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  • The Bachelor's Elora spills on 'abusive' ex

    'My first boyfriend, was a little obsessed.'

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  • Scorned wife kills herself, two kids and husband's new girlfriend

    Jessica Edens became the third wife in the small community of Pickens County to kill her children in the past six years.

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  • No entry to Jerusalem holy site before inspection: Muslim official

    Jerusalem (AFP) - A top Muslim official said Thursday worshippers should maintain a boycott of a sensitive Jerusalem holy site until an inspection has been completed after Israel removed more new security installations overnight.

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  • US police granted warrant to search Justine Ruszczyk Damond's home

    It's been revealed Minnesota Police were granted a warrant to raid the home of Justine Ruszczyk Damond shortly after she was fatally shot.

  • A Japanese doctor who studied longevity -- and lived to 105 -- said if you must retire, do it well after age 65

    Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, credited with building the foundations of Japanese medicine and helping make Japan the world leader in longevity, often practiced what he preached. The physician, chairman emeritus of St. Luke's International University, and honorary president of St. Luke's International Hospital recommended several basic guidelines for living a long, healthy life in an interview with Japan Times journalist Judit Kawaguchi. In the interview he explained that the retirement age in Japan was set at 65 years old back when the average life-expectancy was 68 years old.

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  • Cara caught perving at Rihanna's boobs

    You can't look away.

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  • Highest ranking retired transgender officer slams new plan: I think Trump is 'being influenced by Pence'

    Retired Col. Sheri Skowkowski -- the highest ranking transgender military officer ever -- is worried that President Trump is being swayed by outside influences after he announced Wednesday that the US military would not accept transgender people. Trump's announcement is a reversal of President Barack Obama's decision in 2016 to allow transgender people to openly serve, though the implementation of that policy had been delayed.

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  • This $60 Japanese watch is the best value out there -- here's why

    When someone asks me what to buy for a starter automatic watch, my answer is always the same: the Seiko 5. It's not only one of the cheapest automatics out there, it also comes with an in-house movement developed by Seiko: the 7S26. It also includes Seiko's "magic lever" technology, which increases the effectiveness of winding.

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  • McDonald's swift to respond in China after moldy ice cream maker pictures go viral in U.S.

    Viral photos and news reports in the United States allegedly showing a moldy ice cream maker at a U.S. outlet of McDonald's Corp have prompted swift action from the fast-food giant thousands of miles away: in China. The firm's China unit posted a statement late on Wednesday on its Chinese microblog reassuring customers about the safety and cleanliness of its ice cream machines and other food-making tools, responding to reports and pictures swirling online. The statement, which also appeared at the top of the burger chain's China website, underlines the sensitivity to potential food safety concerns in China, one of the most important markets for McDonald's and rival Yum China Holdings.

  • USA beat Jamaica 2-1 to win sixth CONCACAF Gold Cup

    Santa Clara (United States) (AFP) - Jordan Morris's late strike lifted the United States to a 2-1 victory over Jamaica on Wednesday in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final.

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  • Jury clears four men of raping 15-year-old girl

    Four men have been cleared of gang raping a teenage girl at a house party in the NSW Blue Mountains. The group was accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl at a home in Hazelwood in October 2012.

  • This chart shows why higher electricity prices present a threat to Australian retailers

    Australian electricity prices are rising sharply, and that will likely present a problem to Australia's retail sector. According to analysis from ANZ Bank, the average Australian household power bill will increase by around $200 in the current financial year, placing further pressure on household budgets that, in many instances, are already struggling with record-low wage growth and high levels of indebtedness. "Given that electricity is largely a non-discretionary expense, any rise in electricity bills is likely to be matched by a reduction in discretionary spending, adding further pressure to already-struggling retailers," she said in a note today.

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  • 'True love': Elderly man photographed feeding wife ice cream in heatwave

    An elderly man has won hearts worldwide after he was spotted feeding his wife ice cream during a northern hemisphere heatwave.

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  • 10 things you need to know in markets today

    1. The Wall Street banking giant JP Morgan is drawing up plans to merge its UK-based private banking arm into its wider European wealth operation ahead of the UK's departure from the EU, according to Sky sources. JP Morgan is reportedly working on the merger, which would then see its UK wealth management arm become a branch of its new EU parent. 2. Stocks, bonds and commodities were all on a roll in Asia on Thursday as bulls scented a softening in the Federal Reserve's confidence on inflation that promised to keep U.S. interest rates low for longer, Reuters reports. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 0.5% to heights not seen since January 2008. 4. Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a deal with Brussels that will finally allow the lender to call off its sale of the Williams & Glyn business, the Times reports. RBS said yesterday that it would provide a total of £775 million in support to smaller banks, consisting of a £425 million investment fund and £350 million to encourage customer switching.

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  • Aust Day rape accused no 'idiot': court

    A jury has been urged to acquit one of three men accused of raping a teenager with a glass bottle at an Australia Day party in 2015.

  • 'Living Ken Doll' in danger of killing his lips

    Bigger is definitely not better in this case.

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  • Mum’s post about her breastfeeding boobs is so relatable

    Married at First Sight’s Zoe Henrix gets real.

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  • 'Gifted' student is the fifth to commit suicide at the same university in a year

    Elsa Scaburri, 21, took her own life while she was a student at Bristol University after she started "slowly unravelling" with depression, an inquest has heard.

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