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  • 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Star Sawyer Sweeten Dies of Suspected Suicide

    Everybody Loves Raymond star Sawyer Sweeten has died by suspected suicide, his manager Dino May confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Sweeten starred in Everybody Loves Raymond from 1996 to 2005, playing Geoffrey Barone. The CBS series starred Ray Romano as their onscreen father.

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  • Just Look What She Did!


    Walmart Security Cameras Captured The Whole Thing! [30 Photos]

  • Why Two of the Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Don't Speak with Third Victim

    Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were abducted by Ariel Castro between 2002 and 2004. "We're two different people," Berry, who hasn't spoken to Knight, tells PEOPLE in an exclusive interview.

  • Toddler gets pulled over by police

    Officer Bill Mayo pulled over Jaxon Arbuckle, 2, at his mother’s request. Photo: Ashley Crawford/FacebookFor most parents, watching their child get pulled over is a nightmare.But when Ashley Crawford saw the flashing lights of a police car behind her

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  • Rich wife faces jail for dole rorts

    The wife of a millionaire resources boss has been warned she is facing the prospect of jail after pleading guilty to using a false name to fraudulently claim tens of thousands of dollars in social security payments. Julie Bohannan married the former chief executive of Bathurst Resources Hamish Bohannan in 2006, the year after he had made just over $1.8 million in taxable income. The court was told Mrs Bohannan claimed more than $65,000 in fraudulent payments up until 2009, despite her husband earning nearly $3.8 million in the preceding five years — a fraud Commonwealth prosecutors said was motivated by “greed not need”.

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  • Elle Macpherson carries around a urine tester kit

    Elle Macpherson carries around a pH balance urine tester kit wherever she goes. Elle said: "(The most surprising thing in my handbag is) a pH balance urine tester kit to check that I'm in an alkaline state. Having been labeled 'The Body' since the 1980s, Elle has had to make sure her physique is in peak condition at all times, and the 'Britain's Next Top Model' host puts her figure down to "variation" and "consistency".

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  • 'Top Gear' host James May says won't return without Clarkson

    LONDON (Reuters) - "Top Gear" host James May said Thursday he would not return to the top-rated motoring show without co-host Jeremy Clarkson, who was sacked by the BBC last month for attacking a colleague. You can't just put a surrogate Jeremy in and expect it to carry on. Earlier in the day, the BBC said on its website that "Top Gear" producer Andy Wilman "has quit the BBC show in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's departure".

  • Ali? I'm the best, says Mayweather

    With just over a week to go before his super fight in Las Vegas against Manny Pacquiao, Mayweather said his career and flawless record -- he has never been beaten -- speak for itself. "I feel like I have done just as much in the sport as Ali," Mayweather said. Mayweather pointed out that while Ali lost to the unheralded Leon Spinks in 1978, among others, he has a perfect 47-0 record.

  • Saudi prince offers 100 Bentleys to fighter pilots?

    A Saudi billionaire has caused a storm on social media, after reportedly offering 100 luxury cars to 100 Saudi fighter pilots who took part in a bombing campaign in Yemen, according to a report by the BBC. On Tuesday, Saudi Arabia announced the end of the first phase of its military campaign of airstrikes in Yemen -- called "Operation Decisive Storm" - which had the aim of preventing Houthi rebels, backed by Iran, taking over the country. The tweet - which was subsequently deleted -- caused a frenzy on Twitter, with more than 28,000 people sharing his post and over 5,000 liking it, the BBC reported.

  • Chinese smartwatch makers say clock ticking for Apple

    The Apple Watch goes on sale on Friday but Chinese factories are already churning out cheaper alternatives, to the delight of local consumers. "Our product has all the functions Apple Watch has, and even surpasses them," said Zheng Yi, founder of a firm whose electronic watches can make phone calls, browse the Internet and play movies. Apple has been hugely successful in China and industry analysts expect its new "smartwatch" will be a hit with status-conscious consumers in the world's most populous country.

  • What really happened when this plane nosedived 20,000 feet for an emergency landing?

    Passengers aboard a SkyWest Airlines flight got the scare of their lives when the plane took a sudden eight-minute nosedive. According to Marissa Snow, spokeswoman for SkyWest, the pilot made the rapid descent “out of an abundance of caution.” But this choice left passengers scared and holding on for dear life. After the descent, the Chicago-to-Harford flight made an emergency landing in Buffalo.

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  • Woman misdiagnosed with cerebral palsy for 33 years

    Jean Abbott was misdiagnosed with cerebral palsy at age four. Jean Abbott spent decades battling cerebral palsy, only to discover she had been misdiagnosed. For more than 30 years, Jean Abbott was unable to control her limbs.

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  • Kate Upton Speaks Out Over Nude Photo Scandal

    Model Kate Upton has opened up about the nude photo hacking scandal, saying she was tempted to delete all her social media accounts as a result. Along with celebrities including Amber Heard and Jennifer Lawrence, 22-year old Upton was the target of hackers who revealed intimate images of the model online without her consent. "It was very difficult," Upton told the Evening Standard.

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  • $53m for 800 Roebourne Aboriginals

    More than $53.6 million was spent last financial year on services for about 800 Aboriginal residents of Roebourne in the Pilbara, according to a State Government report. The expenditure review by the Department of Premier and Cabinet, which included the provision of most general services such as police, health care, education and welfare, details a failure to improve outcomes for a community with entrenched social and health issues. Aboriginal Affairs Advisory Council chairman Michael Hayden said the report proved the need for the Auditor-General to investigate the $4.9 billion spent by the Commonwealth and State governments on Aboriginal West Australians each year.

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  • Mother pushed to death by three-year-old son

    A mother found dead at the bottom of an elevator shaft was reportedly pushed by her three-year-old son. Chinese media reports Xie Hong Feng, from Ningbo, had been looking for a set of keys when she fell to her death on Saturday. Building manager Yang Shao said Ms Feng had asked her to help force open the elevator doors so she could see if they were at the bottom.

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  • Selfie sparks hijacking fear on flight

    What started as a request for a selfie on board an Air India flight from Dubai to Hyderabad, India ended up sparking hijacking fears. Yousuf Sharif, 35, was travelling in the business class cabin when her asked the air hostess if he could take a selfie with the pilot or even with her. When the air hostess rejected his request and started walking away, Yousuf told her that he would hijack the flight and she immediately alerted the pilot.

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  • Tom Hardy: I bored Mel Gibson

    Tom Hardy thinks Mel Gibson was "bored" by him during a recent meeting.The 37-year-old actor, who appears in 'Mad Max: Fury Road', has confessed that Mel - the original Max Rockatansky - wasn't impressed by him, despite his best efforts.Tom told Details

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  • My foe's enemy is my friend

    Once again, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has found herself in an extraordinary moment in time. What began as a narrow, domestic-focused mission to return thousands of failed asylum seekers to Iran has unexpectedly placed her at the heart of a realignment in the West’s relationship with the Middle East. The rise of Islamic State has turned everything on its head.

    The West Australian
  • $A benefiting from $US and $NZ weakness

    The Australian dollar is higher, getting support from weak US housing and manufacturing data and a falling New Zealand dollar.The Australian dollar was worth 77.74 US cents at 1200 AEST on Friday, up from 77.28 US cents on Thursday.US new home sales

  • Indon execution date nears: last appeals

    Lawyers for a Filipina on death row with Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan say they've filed an appeal with only 10 minutes to spare that could potentially stall their imminent executions. Mary Jane Veloso was moved to Nusakambangan before dawn on Friday, signalling the executions of 10 drug offenders are close. "Mary Jane is a victim of human trafficking," he told AAP of the Filipina, who says she was tricked into bringing drugs to Indonesia in 2010 after being promised work as a domestic helper.

  • Aussie living standards falling: report

    The living standards of Australians are falling with annual real wages dropping on average by more than $100, new research shows. Progressive think tank Per Capita wants immediate reform and investment in infrastructure to mitigate the threat to middle-income living standards. It finds Australia is coming off the back of a decade-long productivity and resources boom that put an extra $484 in the pockets of workers each year.