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  • After husband forgets lunch, wife throws it from the BALCONY and INTO his car

    Attention NBA! Attention Olympics! Attention everyone on the internet! This woman is destined for athletic greatness after having “swished” a sandwich into a…

    Hello Giggles
  • Trump Didn't Mention Bill Clinton's 'Transgressions' Because Chelsea Was at Debate

    Many assumed the billionaire candidate would invoke accusations against President Clinton at Monday's debate.

    Inside Edition
  • Terrifying 'knocker' SCAM: Police issue warning as door-step gangs target YOU in your home | UK | News

    GETTY Police forces across the country have been issuing alerts after a wave of crimes involving gangs of men who claim to be selling cleaning products but actually are scoping out the victims house in preparation for a burglary at a later date.  The scam often involves sellers - also known as Nottingham Knockers - who claim to be a reformed convict trying to make a new life for themselves or to be deaf or dumb and in need of cash to pay for their carer.  The crooks go between houses appearing to offer a range of cleaning products but are secretly checking how much cash may be in the house, whether the home is occupied or empty at certain times, how valuable the belongings are and how well protected

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  • 'Forgotten Man' at Arsenal Set to Make Return From Long-Term Injury

    Arsenal are a team usually afflicted by lots of injuries throughout any given season, but right now, their treatment table is surprisingly bare; well, bare by Arsenal's standards. Per Mertesacker, Danny Welbeck and Aaron Ramsey have recently been joined by Francis Coquelin, but aside from that, the Gunners are doing okay on the injury front. If we were to do something with @Alex_OxChambo & @carljenkinson on @GoldenBoot_TV.. What would you guys wanna see? #arsenalfc #afc...

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  • Brad Pitt CLEARED Of Abuse After New Footage Emerges, As He Begs Angelina To Let Him See Kids

    Brad Pitt is supposedly ‘begging’ Angelina Jolie to let him see their children. According to various sources, Angelina is currently staying at a secret location and is allegedly not allowing her estranged husband to see his children until the FBI investigation is completed. The FBI were said to be looking into an altercation Brad had with son Maddox on a flight last week.

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  • Adele Clears Up Joke About Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Divorce, Does Not Give A "F***ing Sh*t"

    Oh Adele, always bringing us down to Earth with her wisdom and straight up tell it like it is attitude. The singer proudly corrected herself after fans thought she was heartbroken by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce news. Turns out, she couldn’t give a flying flip.

    HollyScoop
  • Stephen Hawking warned us about contacting aliens, but this astronomer says it's 'too late'

    In 2010, physicist Stephen Hawking voiced concern about the possibility that we might contact extraterrestrial life by transmitting signals into space. However, SETI senior astronomer Seth Shostak told us that it's too late to consider whether we should send such transmissions, because we've already been doing it for decades.Follow BI Video: On Twitter

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  • Stars arrive for the Service of Thanksgiving for Sir Terry Wogan at Westminster Abbey

    Today marks a very special day for the late comic star.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Wayne Rooney has finally been dropped and Manchester United fans are having a party

    Rooney was named as a substitute for the Premier League clash against Leicester.

    SNAPPA Sports
  • Fans in stitches over X Factor Irina's mid-song strip

    X Factor viewers weren’t all that impressed with Irina’s Bucks Fizz-style moves.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Fabric found in search for missing Ben Needham in Kos

    Police searching for missing toddler Ben Needham say they have found items of "slight interest", including fabric. A 19-strong team of Yorkshire Police officers, forensic specialists and an archaeologist are investigating the site and digger teams started work on Monday afternoon to break up the clay-like ground.

    Sky News
  • Roger Moore’s son is a dead ringer for his father in Bond costume

    It seems the next generation of the Moore family has continued to keep the British end up, so to speak. The Daily Mail shared an image of Geoffrey Moore, 50-year old son of the third 007 actor Roger, dressed as his father for a party in Mayfair this week. Geoffrey Moore was 7 years old when his father inherited the mantle of 007 with 1973’s ‘Live and Let Die,’ going on to be the most prolific Bond actor with seven films in the role before retiring in 1985 (by which time, most would agree the then 57-year old actor was far too old for the part).

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  • It’s about to get even harder to win EuroMillions - and more expensive

    The EuroMillions lottery is about to get even more expensive for Brits - and it’s going to be even more impossible to win the jackpot. The price increase comes despite the fact that participation dropped by a staggering 40% the last time Camelot raised their prices for the National Lottery. In October 2013, ticket prices for the weekly National Lottery draws increased from £1 to £2, with the operator saying at the time that it predicted that the amount of money that it passes on to good causes would increase as a result.

    Yahoo News
  • 12 cars that depreciate in price quickly and are good to buy used (12 photos)

    If you’re in the market for a new car, you may be tempted to drive a brand new one off the lot. After all, many manufacturers are already releasing their feature-packed 2017 models, and the weather hasn’t even turned cold yet. But, before you do, consider this: a new study by iSeeCars.com, an automotive data and research company, found that buying a new car is not always going to get you the best bang for your buck. In fact, the company discovered that purchasing some cars that are just a year old can provide consumers with substantial savings. To establish the savings, iSeeCars.com analyzed the more than 14 million cars sold from August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016, excluding models with fewer than 250 new and 250 used cars sold. The average asking prices of year-old cars were compared to those of new cars from the same model, according to the release, with the difference in price expressed as a percentage of the new model average price. This percentage was then compared to the overall percentage difference across all models. Using this data, iSeeCars.com researchers found that the average price difference between a new car and a lightly used car was 21.2 per cent, ranging from $6,099 to $19,966 in savings. (Note: For this study, a lightly used car is defined as a vehicle from the 2014-2015 model years with mileage within 20 per cent of 13,476, the average annual miles traveled in the U.S., according to the Department of Transportation.) But it isn’t all cars ? iSeeCars.com established a dozen vehicles that offer the best value when purchased lightly used instead of brand new, with price differences between 31.2 per cent and 34.6 per cent ? at least 1.5 times more than the overall average. Click through to see those 12 cars. The content of this slideshow originally appeared as a Credit.com story found here. All figures in U.S. dollars.  

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  • Football - Sam Allardyce: What did he say, and how bad is it?

    England manager Sam Allardyce has been caught in a sting operation run by undercover reporters from the Daily Telegraph.

    Eurosport
  • Some Yahoo users close accounts amid fears breach could have ripple effects

    Many Yahoo users rushed on Friday to close their accounts and change passwords as experts warned that the fallout from one of the largest cyber breaches in history could spill beyond the internet company's services. After Yahoo disclosed on Thursday that hackers had stolen the encrypted passwords and personal details of more than 500 million accounts in 2014, thousands of users took to social media to express anger that it had taken the company two years to uncover the data breach. "We're probably just going to dump Yahoo altogether," said Rick Hollister, 56, who owns a private investigation firm in Tallahassee, Florida.

    Reuters
  • You will not believe how much The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon earns

    The Big Bang Theory cast are the highest paid actors on TV.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Brexit could make Britain highly attractive, says Axel Springer chief

    Brexit will be more painful for the rest of Europe than for Britain which could emerge stronger and better off than its European neighbours, Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of Axel Springer, told the Financial Times. Doepfner, head of one of Europe's largest media companies, said Britain was bound to experience short-term pain as a consequence of its June 23 vote to quit the EU. Doepfner said he saw Britain moving towards a "more free market-oriented model, while Europe is step by step transforming into a transfer union" where funds were being channelled from successful states to the struggling ones.

    Reuters
  • Jurgen Klopp earns widespread praise for fascinating guest stint on Monday Night Football

    As if one really needed yet another reason to like Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. The affable German, widely beloved for his honesty, charisma and zany character, was the toast of footballing social media on Monday night (26 September) after giving a typically thoughtful and fascinating insight into his philosophy while appearing alongside Dave Jones and Reds legend Jamie Carragher as a special guest prior to Sky Sports' coverage of the final week six Premier League clash between Burnley and Watford at Turf Moor.

    International Business Times
  • My sister hid my mom in a nursing home and cheated me out of my inheritance

    Her elderly mother went missing for seven years.

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