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  • Red Bull heir enjoys jet-set life 4 years after hit-and-run

    BANGKOK (AP) — The Ferrari driver who allegedly slammed into a motorcycle cop, dragged him along the road and then sped away from the mangled body took just hours to find, as investigators followed a trail of brake fluid into the gated estate of one of Thailand's richest families.

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  • Fake Florida doctor who ‘enhanced’ buttocks with cement, caulking gets 10 years for manslaughter

    From a Florida prison in November 2011, Shatarka Nuby penned a letter to the state’s health department about her cosmetically enhanced buttocks. Her rear end had hardened and turned black, she wrote. Side effects from the years-old injections left the mother of three feeling sick. And she claimed her surgeon — Oneal Ron Morris — was the same faux cosmetic doctor that police had arrested and accused of pumping a near-lethal formula of cement, mineral oil, bathroom caulking and Fix-a-Flat tire sealant into other women’s bodies. Her patients called her “Duchess.” Officials began investigating and interviewed Nuby. But four months later, she was dead. The official cause of death was respiratory failure

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  • Trump’s intriguing idea: Cut debt by selling off federal assets

    One of the president’s more intriguing ideas: why not sell off some of those rights and pay down part of the debt?

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  • Kristin Cavallari Shows Off Her Bikini Body on Vacation with Husband Jay Cutler

    Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler jetted off to Mexico for a romantic getaway

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  • Investor burned by Bernie Madoff jumps to death from Manhattan hotel

    Charles Murphy's Fairfield Greenwich fund had invested more than $7 billion with Madoff before it became known that Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme.

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  • WWE's Paige: 'I wanted to physically harm myself' after photo leak

    "Not only for what millions was telling me but because my family and my husband were suffering the same fate from the internet because of my mistake," she wrote in a statement released on Twitter on Monday night. Paige, a two-time Divas champion who has been sidelined following neck surgery, acknowledged last week that "personal and private photos of mine were stolen" and shared without her consent. In Monday night's tweet, she spoke about the harm and the hurt the incident brought. "The one thing that was the hardest was thinking 'my husband is going to leave me' 'my family will disown me' but I'm blessed beyond words to have a family and a husband that stuck by me because they know who I am," she wrote.

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  • ‘Toxic tush’ doctor sentenced to 10 years in prison

    A transgender woman, who served more than a year in prison for injecting toxic materials — including Fix-a-Flat and superglue— into the rear-ends of several women in Miami-Dade, will once again be behind bars. Oneal Ron Morris, 36, was sentenced to 10 years in prison, followed by five years probation, a Broward judge decided, Miami Herald news partner CBS4 reported. Monday’s sentencing comes a month after Morris pleaded no contest to manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license, according to the Sun Sentinel. Among those who attended the hearing: Juanita Nuby, whose 31-year-old niece Shatarka Nuby died during one of Morris’s procedures. “There’s no closure,” she said at the hearing,

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  • TSA Under Fire After Mother Posts Video of Her Son’s ‘Horrifying’ Pat-down

    The TSA is under fire after a video of a teenage boy getting patted down at a Dallas airport went viral after being posted by the boy’s mother.

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  • NASA just captured a photo of Jupiter that you won’t believe is real

    NASA has managed to capture some pretty stunning photos of all the cool stuff they've spotted over the years, and rarely does it fail to amaze. There's images of planet surfaces, the rings of Saturn, and even black holes flying through space totally unchecked . Rarely, however, does a photo look so unreal that at first glance you'd be likely to mistake it for a work of Earthling art. A new photo captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft falls into that category, and oh what a sight it is. The image, originally taken by Juno's "JunoCam" camera, was taken in early February and shows Jupiter's ever-swirling mass of storm clouds from an altitude of roughly 9,000 miles. The storms which continually rock the planet take on a milky appearance when captured up close, and a citizen scientist named Roman Tkachenko took the liberty of enhancing the photo's colors to bring out even more of the defining lines and edges. The Juno craft, packed with all kinds of fancy monitoring equipment, made its fifth flyby of the planet on Monday, which is also the fourth "science orbit," which is the name they give the flybys when all the instruments on board are up and running. The craft's next flyby won't happen until late May 2017, so it's a rare and exciting event when one of these close passes goes by without a hitch. The craft's data is currently being sent to Earth where researchers will continue to mine it for precious information about our solar system's most intimidating planet.

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  • Reheating Rice Can Give You Food Poisoning If You Don't Do This

    Although reheating takeout when you're too busy to cook is one of life's great pleasures, leftover rice can actually be scarily bad for you, the NHS say. Because if you didn't already know, you can get a pretty grim case of food poisoning from eating reheated rice; it's not the reheating that causes the problem, but instead the way the rice has been stored after being cooked the first time. So uncooked rice often contains spores (cells capable of reproducing quickly) of Bacillus cereus — a bacteria strand that can cause food poisoning — that can survive when rice is cooked. And if the rice is left standing at room temperature after it's been boiled, the spores can grow into bacteria, which will

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  • Eminem’s daughter Hailie is all grown up, because time is the weirdest

    If you came of age in the late ’90s or early-aughts, then you heard an Eminem song or two (or 50) in…

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  • Trump rails against Hillary Clinton in a late-night tweetstorm amid Russia investigation

    President Donald Trump went on a tweetstorm Monday night, railing against a bipartisan committee...

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  • Outraged mom says TSA treated family "like dogs" during son's pat-down

    Jennifer Williamson posted a video to Facebook on Sunday that shows a TSA agent thoroughly patting down her 13-year-old son

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  • Will Smith and the 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' family got together for a nostalgic '90s reunion

    This is a story all about how the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.... had a reunion and look as dope today as they did on the legendary sitcom.  On Monday, Alfonso Ribeiro, who played the iconic Carlton Banks, posted a photo on Instagram that got the hearts of every 90s television fanatic racing.  SEE ALSO: Will Smith gets flipped, turned upside down while bungee jumping at Victoria Falls Tatyana Ali, Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, Will Smith, Daphne Maxwell Reid (the second Aunt Vivian) and Joseph Marcell were all smiles for the reunion. "Always amazing to spend an afternoon with my Fresh Prince family," Ribeiro wrote on Instagram. "Wishing that James Avery was still with us to make this complete." Avery, who played Uncle Phil, passed away in 2013.   A post shared by Alfonso Ribeiro (@therealalfonsoribeiro) on Mar 27, 2017 at 5:27pm PDT Whether or not this has something to do with the Fresh Prince reboot Smith is cooking up, we're not sure, but our fingers and toes are crossed.  WATCH: This spinach leaf is actually a tiny, beating human heart

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  • I Did Intermittent Fasting For 1 Month and This Is What Happened

    After six months of CrossFit, five days a week, my transformation wasn't as dramatic or amazing as I had hoped. As someone who's been trying to lose weight on and off since I was in high school, I hated the fact that I was constantly thinking about food.

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  • The Best Seafood Dives in South Carolina (12 photos)

    With nearly 200 miles of coastline, it's no surprise that South Carolina plays host to dozens of must-try seafood restaurants. Here, we've rounded up the best seafood the Palmetto State has to offer.

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  • Hidden changes in iOS 10.3 will give your iPhone a speed boost

    After releasing a few hundred different beta versions over the past month or so, Apple on Monday finally released iOS 10.3 to the public. Eager iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users rushed to download and install the update, and they were greeted with some nifty new features. In a post on Monday afternoon, we went through the eight best new features in iOS 10.3 , including a new Find My AirPods feature, updates to the Maps app, Apple's new file system and more. There was one feature in particular that we listed in the post that deserves more attention though, and not many people realize it's even there. When Apple releases any new iOS software, hardcore Apple fans always rush to download and install it immediately, regardless of what new features Apple adds. This is a good thing for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that new iOS software always includes security updates that are crucial. iOS 10.3 is no different — it's packed full of security fixes that users should be eager to install immediately. Of course, the user-facing features are typically the main draw for new iOS updates, and iOS 10.3 has a few nice additions and changes. One set of changes in particular is worth noting, but it's hiding in plain sight so most iPhone and iPad users won't even notice it's there. Apple engineer Renaud Lienhart‏ tweeted on Monday afternoon about something that we mentioned in passing in our post covering the best new features in iOS 10.3 . "iOS 10.3 feels 'snappier,'" he said, "because many animations were slightly tweaked & shortened, for the better." https://twitter.com/NotoriousBUGS/status/846539233305124865 Long story short, Apple has made a number of small adjustments to the animations that are played when the user does things like opening an app, closing an app, or switching from one app to another. Longtime iPhone users may recall that Apple did something similar back in 2014 with iOS 7.1 . The speed difference back then was much more dramatic and noticeable, but the improvements in iOS 10.3 are still nothing to scoff at. If you have an iPhone or iPad and haven't yet updated to iOS 10.3, a faster UI should be reason enough to install the update as soon as you can. iOS 10.3 is available to download in iTunes, or as an over the air (OTA) update accessing in the Settings app by navigating to General > Software Update.

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  • Maryland teen was plotting mass school shooting, police say

    There was never a weapon or explosive device on school property, officials said.

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  • Sean Hannity Blasts CBS, Ted Koppel as ‘Total Waste of My Time’ (Video)

    Fox News host Sean Hannity used his opening monologue on Monday night to defend himself against a recent interview with CBS’s Ted Koppel, who called Hannity “bad for America.”

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