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  • First Trump press moment was a catastrophe and puts US lives at risk: Analyst

    The first full day of the new U.S. presidency was a "catastrophic" moment for President Donald Trump in terms of media relations, an analyst told CNBC.

    CNBC
  • The Clintons are hatching a plan for their comeback

    The Clintons are already plotting their comeback, a new report details. Hillary Clinton is looking for a path to return to the political fray, as both she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, examine how the former secretary of state suffered the most surprising, epic political defeat in recent memory, Politico reports. “[D]espite the grave disappointment, resilience is in the Clintons’ DNA. So, while I certainly don’t expect to see them trying to assert their authority, I think there will be natural and welcome opportunities for them to engage,” said Mack McLarty, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff. Hillary Clinton is receiving briefings from her former campaign manager, Robby Mook,

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  • Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid Brought Every Sheer Shirt They Own to Paris

    After walking at Givenchy’s combine menswear and couture show in Paris, the two models joined the brand’s creative director, Riccardo Tisci, for dinner. Bella wore a completely sheer turtleneck bodysuit tucked into a black mini skirt with just an oversized black bomber jacket providing some coverage, then finishing off the look with a pair of thigh-high white patent leather boots. Likewise, Kendall also chose something very transparent – a black fishnet long sleeve crewneck top worn under a white knit tube top – and kept the ensemble seasonally appropriate thanks to a black fur jacket, leather pants and strappy heels.

    People
  • Sweet thank you card from ball girl to tennis pro Jo-Wilfried Tsonga goes viral

    There isn't always room for niceties in the world of professional sport, but French tennis player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has bucked the trend. You might remember him helping out a ball girl who was in tears after being struck by a ball at last year's Australian Open, stopping the match to accompany her off the court. SEE ALSO: Tennis pros: Don't hit ball kids 'cos your hopes and dreams will be dashed Here's a video of the moment to help jog your memory. Well, twelve months on, the ball girl — real name Giuliana — penned a thank you card to the Frenchman, which he shared on Facebook while back in Melbourne for the tennis tournament. "Dear Mr Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, I wanted to take the opportunity to say thank you for helping me out on court during your round 2 match of the Australian Open 2016," the letter reads. "I'm not sure if you remember me but I was the ball girl you escorted off court. I would also like to take this opportunity to apologise for all the times when you asked for the ball but I didn't service it to you or acknowledge you." The card revealed Giuliana had a virus on the day that also affected her hearing and vision, hence inhibiting her performance on the court. The expectations for these ball kids are understandably set quite high. "Thank you so much for the kindness you showed me. I really appreciate that you were able to see that I needed some help and were kind enough to escort me off court," Giuliana added. She signed off the card with her name and her ball kid number, #180. At the time, Tsonga told reporters that he "didn't do anything special" by helping her off the court, but he did thank Giuliana for her letter Sunday. What a guy, hey. BONUS: Lazy sea lion decides this car roof is a great place for a nap

    Mashable
  • Tom Brady’s Big A– Sideline Coat Draws Hilarious Comparisons

    Kellyanne Conway isn’t the only one getting called out for her cold weather attire.

    The Wrap
  • Father and son accused of rape want ‘only law book that truly matters’ at their trial: The Bible

    A father and son accused of raping a teenage girl over a three-year period and keeping her shackled in a basement have made it clear that they don’t have faith in the law or in the people who practice it. When they face an Ohio jury as they defend themselves against criminal charges that carry long prison sentences, they will rely on one book: The Bible. Timothy Ciboro and his son, Esten Ciboro, both of Toledo, are each charged with multiple counts of rape. The trial is scheduled to start this week, months after the girl, who is Timothy Ciboro’s stepdaughter, managed to unshackle herself and escape while her alleged abusers were gone, authorities said. During a hearing Friday, the Ciboros made

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  • Reggie Bush Name Dropped in His 'Alleged' Baby Mama's Divorce Papers | B. Scott

    We told you a few weeks ago that Reggie Bush ‘allegedly’ had a baby outside of his marriage, but now we’ve learned the woman claiming to be his mistress is married — and her husband wants a divorce. via TMZ: As we previously reported, a Miami nightclub waitress named Monique claims Bush (who is also married) sperminated her last year and approached him about child support. The baby is due in February.  Now, we’ve learned Monique was married at the time of the alleged tryst — and her husband is PISSED. He’s filed for divorce and it’s clear from the docs he’s convinced Bush is the father of her unborn kid.  He’s named Bush several times in his divorce papers and is demanding she hand over any documentation

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  • 12 Reasons You Will Go Broke in Retirement

    Retirement is a major milestone that brings many life changes. According to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, the most frequently reported retirement worry is outliving savings and investments. Across all ages, 51% of respondents cited this concern, and 41% of retirees claim the same fear.

    Kiplinger
  • Carly Fiorina reacts to the Women's March on Washington

    Former presidential candidate suggests on 'Sunday Morning Futures' that demonstrators give the new president time

    Fox Business Videos
  • More Amazing Photos You Missed From the Women's March in Washington, D.C. (70 photos)

    On Saturday, women, men, children, and even pets , from all walks of life, on all seven continents ( yes, including Antartica ) joined together in solidarity for the Women’s March. While the marches took place in cities worldwide, Washington, D.C. was the epicenter for the movement, where hundreds of thousands descended upon the city in attempts to stand up not only for women’s rights, but for human rights, and to send a message that climate change is real, and it is up to us to stop it. High estimates for D.C.’s march state up to 680,000 people rallied on the streets of the nation’s capital. The crowds were reportedly so large , that folks couldn’t use the original protest route, and instead they clustered in the streets, marching to the White House, dispersing through the capital, a sea of pink cat-eared hats and picket signs. No arrests were made . It signifies that, even though many say the country is divided, there is still clearly a lot of unity still in the land. Click through the slideshow above to see some of the sights from the demonstration. Related: Princess Leia and Wonder Woman Emerge as Icons in Women's Anti-Trump Marches Pink Pussy Hats Unite Millions at Women's Marches Around the World Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.  

    Yahoo Style
  • A tech exec's story about his 16-year-old daughter sums up the world's jobs problem

    DAVOS, Switzerland — Richard Lumb, the CEO of Financial Services at Accenture, told Business Insider a story about his 16-year-old daughter that summed up the problem Britain has with finding enough skilled workers to take up newly created jobs in highly-skilled areas such as STEM (science, tech, engineering, and maths.) If companies cannot find workers skilled enough to take on roles in these sectors, then a lot of employees will become displaced. As an example of how the governments, especially the UK's, need to step up and create new policies and programmes to get more young people into STEM, Lumb told us about how his daughter's situation is a prime example of the problem happening to many

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  • Trump claims 1.5 million people came to his inauguration. Here's what the evidence shows.

    On Saturday, President Donald Trump excoriated the media for — in his view — massively understating the size of his inaugural crowds. “I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field,” Trump said at a speech Saturday afternoon at the CIA. “We had 250,000 people literally around in the little ball we constructed.” In other words, 250,000 people had been given tickets to the swearing-in ceremony, which is what the Joint Congressional Committee for Inaugural Ceremonies told CNN.

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  • Patriots are in the Super Bowl, so Wilson Football reminded everybody about Deflategate

    The Patriots and Falcons are set to face off in Super Bowl LI, with the Patriots looking to force Commissioner Roger Goodell to hand Tom Brady the Lombardi Trophy after handing him a suspension for Deflategate. It kept Brady out of the first four games of the season, and the Patriots are looking for revenge. Sunday night, Wilson tweeted out a photo of some deflated footballs, showing that the footballs for the Super Bowl are made by their company.

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  • This is the iPhone 8 we’ve been waiting to see

    For Apple fans, the arrival of a new year means a few things. First, it means that new iPads are on the way — at least, they're on the way if recent rumors of delays aren't accurate. But beyond that, it means the start of a fresh new cycle of rumors and leaks that will continue right up until September, when Apple finally takes the wraps off of this year's new iPhone models. For the iPhone's tenth anniversary, the rumor cycle kicked off early this time around. In fact, iPhone 8 rumors first started popping up months before the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus even debuted. We've seen and heard plenty of intriguing things so far about Apple's upcoming redesigned iPhone, and now all of the rumors have been visualized in what may very well be one of the sleekest iPhone concepts we've ever seen. YouTube channel "ConceptsiPhone" has posted a video that attempts to visualize many of the iPhone 8 rumors and reports we've seen so far. Multiple sources have claimed that Apple's 2017 iPhone will Apple go back to a design similar to the one used on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5, with a glass face and a glass back joined by stainless steel edges. With a few exceptions (like that camera... oof ), the concept phone shown off in the video below is a gorgeous modernization of Apple's earlier iPhone designs. It features curved glass on the front and back with lines that are continued by the stainless steel wrapped around the phone's edges. The display on the front stretches all the way to either side of the device, and the home button has been removed, just like we expect. Replacing it is a next-generation Touch ID scanner embedded in the screen, and the rest of the button's functions are expected to be replaced by 3D Touch gestures. Here are some more iPhone 8 specs envisioned in the video: High quality Gorilla Glass Liquid metal frame 6.9mm thin 5.8 inch OLED edge to edge display Wireless Charging Touch ID built into display Second touch sensitive display on lower bezel Smart connector 10nm A11 chip Dual 12mp wide angle + telephoto lens 3D camera technology Will this iPhone 8 concept come anywhere close to representing the real thing Apple has planned for us later this year? No one know, but we can certainly hope that's the case. The full video is embedded below, and check out this post for a rundown of some of the biggest changes we're expecting in the iPhone 8.

    BGR News
  • Texas mall shooting: Good Samaritan guns down suspect after botched robbery kills bystander

    The shooting occurred moments after two suspects attempted to rob the Kay Jewelers at Rolling Oaks Mall in San Antonio just after 3.30pm, police said. Two bystanders tried to intervene, leading to one being shot dead by one of the suspects. The other bystander, who was licensed to carry a concealed firearm, shot and wounded that suspect, Police Chief William McManus said.

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  • No More Boring Cars: Lexus Goes Bold With the LS500 Luxury Sedan

    Lexus comes to Detroit with its bold LC500 luxury sedan. With its sights set on the best from BMW, Mercedes, and Audi, Lexus isn't being bashful.

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  • Protesters take control of Mexican border crossing with US

    TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — Protesters took control of vehicle lanes at one of the busiest crossings on the U.S. border Sunday to oppose Mexican gasoline price hikes, waving through motorists into Mexico after Mexican authorities abandoned their posts.

    Associated Press
  • 'Mariah's World': Mariah Carey Convinces Boyfriend Bryan Tanaka to Stay on Tour with Sexy Lap Dance

    Plus, seven more can't-miss moments -- crowns! weed brownies! homoeroticism! -- from the latest episode of the diva's docu-series.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Did Karen Pence and Her Blue Dress Steal the Show at the Inauguration Ball?

    All eyes were on the presidential procession during President Trump’s inauguration, and that includes getting a first look at some of the fashion choices of the new first family. However, it was Vice President Mike Pence’s wife, Karen, who according to some observers stole the show in a dazzling blue number at the evening inaugural ball.

    Yahoo Style
  • PHOTOS: Peek Inside a SoulCycle Exec’s Bright and Girly Bedroom (7 photos)

    “Waking up and falling asleep every day in a joyful space is so much more important to our physical and mental health then we realize.”

    People 42 min ago