• 18 Selena Gomez Bikinigrams That Prove She's Definitely a 10

    If there's one thing we love about Selena Gomez, it's that she's always game to show off her stylish swimsuits. After all, she's hot and she knows it. In fact, when the star called the TJ Show and was asked to rate her hotness on a scale from one to 10, she said, "On a good day, I would say - like a premiere day - I would be a good nine. And then, on my every day, I feel like a six. Gosh, that sounds so bad! I feel like a six or a seven." But from the look of Selena's sun-kissed bikinigrams, for which she changes her style based on the prints, colors, and cuts of her suit, we'd say she's a definite 10 - even when she's on the beach with no makeup on. Scroll to find 18 times Selena proved she

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  • Final Goodbye - 'She Was The Love of My Life'

    Burt Opens Up Finally About Sally Relationship.

  • Austin Police Chief ‘Sickened and Saddened’ at Arrest of Breaion King

    Two Austin Police Department officers are now under investigation after dash-cam video shows one of the officers throwing a black woman to the ground during a traffic stop. Although the incident occurred in June 2015, Austin's police chief Art Acevedo said that it only came to his attention on Tuesday, when Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg called him and advised him that a reporter from the Austin American-Statesman was working on a story on the incident. Video from the traffic stop, publicly released by police today, shows the woman, identified by police as 26-year-old Breaion King, stepping out of her car.

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  • Oil is a 'perfect match' to 2008-and a technician says that's not a good thing

    If you're looking for clues as to where oil could be heading next, one technician says to look no further than charts from the financial crisis. In a recent interview with CNBC's "Fast Money," Cornerstone Macro's Carter Worth described the current chart of crude oil as a "perfect match" to that of the turbulent 2008-2009 period.

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  • China Rolls out World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft

    An official news agency says China has unveiled the world's largest amphibious aircraft that Beijing plans to use for marine missions and fighting forest fires. The Xinhua News Agency said the AG600 rolled off a production line in Zhuhai in southern China on Saturday. It measures 37 meters (121 feet) in length with a wingspan of 39 meters (128 feet). The report cites Chinese state aircraft maker, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China, as saying the plane is nearly as big as a Boeing 737. Last week, a Cessna 208B seaplane making its inaugural flight in China crashed into a highway bridge outside Shanghai, killing five people on board.

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  • Abandoned Hitler Hospital

    An abandoned German hospital which treated Adolf Hitler had been left to decay since 1994 when the last patients left. Beelitz-Heilsttten admitted wounded German soldiers during the First and Second World Wars, including future Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in 1916. The original grandeur of the 19th century hospital is still striking despite paint peeling from every ceiling and wall. Urban-obsessed photographer, 29-year-old Roman from The Netherlands crept around the complex before work started on renovating the buildings. The hospital in Brandenburg, Germany was designed by the countrys best architects of the time to house 600 elderly patients separated by gender. (Caters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • News anchor slips from waterfall, dies day before 25th birthday

    Local morning news anchor Taylor Terrell died Thursday after falling from the peak of a waterfall in North Carolina on the evening before her 25th birthday, officials said. Terrell, of Conyers, anchored 41NBC News at Daybreak and 41Today. “Taylor was a hard worker with a bright smile. She rose through the ranks from intern to reporter, to weekend anchor, to morning anchor and was eager to prepare for her next chapter,” News Director Brandon Long wrote in an email to The Telegraph. “This is a devastating loss for us here at 41NBC and most definitely for her family.” In celebration of her birthday Friday, Terrell and a friend visited Rainbow Falls, a 150-foot-tall waterfall in North Carolina’s

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  • Woman who died on Appalachian Trail has a lesson for us all: Keep moving

    “A trail is a happy promise to the anxious heart that you are going somewhere and are not aimlessly wandering in a circle.” - Novelist Ernest Ingersoll, quoted in “On Trails” I’ve been thinking a lot about the story in the news of a woman who got lost while hiking the Appalachian Trail. She died after 26 days, zipped up in her sleeping bag in her tent. Despite an extensive search by Maine authorities, the woman, Geraldine Largay, was not found for two years. Her body was finally found at her campsite just 2 miles from the trail. How could that happen? New details are coming out. Apparently, Largay had no compass, no GPS beacon and a terrible sense of direction. Her cell phone couldn’t get a signal.

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  • There's a mad rush for housing like we haven't seen since the end of the financial crisis

    It hasn't been this tough to be in the housing market since the financial crisis. To recap the problem, the supply of housing, especially in the affordable entry-level segment, is not keeping up with huge demand from first-time buyers and existing home owners looking to upgrade.  Zillow's latest Real Estate Market Report released on Friday shows that homes are selling faster than they have at any time since 2010. In June, the median number of days a home stayed on the market was down to 78 - eight fewer than the same time last year.  "If you're looking for a home, be prepared to move quickly," said Svenja Gudell in a release on Friday. She noted the vicious cycle where even though rising home

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  • Why Can’t Hillary Stop Fudging the Truth?

    What is it with Hillary Clinton? What is it about this brilliant and accomplished woman-described by Barack Obama as possibly “more qualified” to be president than anyone in history-that makes so many people certain she is an incurable liar? More than anything else about Clinton - her occasional tin ear for politics, her seeming inability to connect with large crowds, her ultra-cautiousness - it is the trust issue that could yet cost her a general election she should otherwise win, given her opponent’s vulnerabilities. Plainly put, Clinton herself has kept the issue alive over 25 years of public life, with long-winded, defensive, obfuscating answers to questions that - in politics, if not in law - cry out for a crisp yes or no reply.

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