• Ben Affleck Meets With Ex-Nanny: See the Pic That Sparked the Scandal

    More details are now coming out about Ben Affleck's late-night meet-up on July 17 with his ex-nanny, Christine Ouzounian. Both Ben and Christine smile big in this photo taken at a rental house, where Ben was staying at the time. The 42-year-old actor is seen coming out of the house to greet 28-year-old Christine, who was driving his car.

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  • Bride Asks Her 89-Year-Old Grandmother To Be Her Bridesmaid – And She Steals The Show

    At the dear old age of 89, Nana Betty is fast winning the heart of the nation after acting as her granddaughter’s bridesmaid. Elizabeth Govern (or Nana Betty as her family call her) was asked by her granddaughter Christine to be one of her four bridesmaids because they’re BFFs and by the looks of things she stole the show. Christine and Nana Betty are ‘best friends’.

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  • Groom ‘Sues New Wife For Fraud’ After Seeing Her Without Make Up For First Time

    (Rex: Pic posed by model)A man who saw his new wife for the first time without make up is reportedly SUING her for trauma, after being shocked at her appearance.The unnamed couple had just got married in Algeria and after spending the night together,

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  • Why Ronda Rousey's biggest rival was rooting for her against Bethe Correia

    Ronda Rousey has been so dominant as a UFC champion that talk now focuses not on how you beat her, but how long you last. Just ask Miesha Tate. “Cupcake” actually made it out of the first round against undefeated “Rowdy” in their second fight at UFC 168 in 2013.

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  • Malaysian PM's critics unbowed despite anti-graft agency support

    A senior member of Najib's party also broke ranks over the scandal, suggesting that the prime minister's moves to oust dissenters from positions of power and effectively delay an investigation into the fund had failed to put his government out of danger. On Monday, the Anti-Corruption Commission acknowledged that 2.6 billion ringgit ($675.15 million) was transferred into Najib's private accounts but said the money was a donation, not from 1Malaysia Development Berhad. "Malaysians and the world are watching the country being seized by a madness where the government is warring against itself," said Lim Kit Siang, parliamentary leader from the opposition Democratic Action Party (DAP).

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Goliath gates: Entrance to famous biblical metropolis uncovered

    A massive gate unearthed in Israel may have marked the entrance to a biblical city that, in its heyday, was the biggest metropolis in the region. The town, called Gath, was occupied until the ninth century B.C. In biblical accounts, the Philistines — the mortal enemies of the Israelites — ruled the city. The Old Testament also describes Gath as the home of Goliath, the giant warrior whom the Israelite King David felled with a slingshot. The new findings reveal just how impressive the ancient Philistine city once was, said Aren Maeir of Bar-Ilan University in Israel, the lead archaeologist on the current excavation.

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  • Are Katy Perry And John Mayer Back Together Again For The 234th Time?

    Forgive us if you think you’ve heard this one before, but Katy Perry and John Mayer are - you’ve guessed it - back ON. The pair were spotted on holiday in Yellowstone National Park, which isn’t your usual celeb holiday hotspot, and witnesses told The Sun that the on-off-on-off-we’velosttrack couple appeared “head-over-heels” in love. The couple - that’s Katy and John - have been together since 2008, but have broken up more times than we’ve had hot dinners (well, nearly, this is the fourth time they’ve split/reunited and we’ve had at least six hot dinners in that time).

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  • Experts say pieces of missing Flight 370 may still be afloat

    If a wing fragment found in the western Indian Ocean turns out to be part of missing Flight 370, experts say, there are probably other pieces of the aircraft that floated off rather than sinking to the bottom of the ocean. John Page, an aircraft design expert at the University of New South Wales in Australia, said the discovery of the fragment last week on Reunion Island leads him to conclude the missing Boeing 777 broke up, most likely when it hit the water nearly 17 months ago.

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  • Soudelor targets Japan, China as most powerful storm of 2015

    Super Typhoon Soudelor developed into the world's most powerful storm of the year Tuesday as it took aim at Japan, Taiwan and China after trashing the Northern Marianas. The storm was roaring across the western Pacific Ocean packing wind gusts up to 220 miles per hour (354 kph) according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center which rated it a maximum category five. It was stronger than Cyclone Pam, the previous strongest storm of 2015, which killed at least 15 people when it slammed into Vanuatu, also in the Pacific, five months ago.

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  • Zayn Malik & Perrie Edwards Split!

    Ben and Jen, Gwen and Gavin, Blake and Miranda, Reba and Narvel – and now, Zayn has joined the celebrity summer split list! Zayn Malik has called off his two-year engagement to Perrie Edwards, Zayn's rep confirmed to Access Hollywood on Tuesday. Perrie

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  • Watch: Virgin Atlantic Plane Overtaken By ‘UFO’ Over Skies Of New York

    This is the spooky moment a jumbo jet taking off from New York was seemingly overtaken in the air by a UFO. The incredible footage shows the Virgin Atlantic plane flying from JFK airport before a mystery object is seen in the distance flying quickly past it.

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  • Unbeaten Mayweather names Berto as September foe

    Unbeaten welterweight world champion Floyd Mayweather will try to match the iconic 49-0 career record of Rocky Marciano against fellow American Andre Berto on September 12, promoters announced Tuesday. In what Mayweather claims might be his final fight, and what is the last bout on his rich six-fight Showtime television deal, the reigning World Boxing Association and World Boxing Council champion will risk his crowns against a two-time world champion who has lost three of his past six fights. "I'm ready to get back in the ring on September 12 and prove again to the whole world why I'm 'The Best Ever,'" Mayweather said.

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  • Apple slump deepens on iPhone, China concerns

    Apple is slumping as the usually high-flying tech stock struggles with the burden of raised expectations. The world's most valuable public company saw its stock price drop for a fifth straight day on Tuesday, falling as much as $5.19, or 4.4 percent, to $113.25 as investors fret over China's economy and whether Apple can keep growing at the pace it's maintained over the last few quarters. Apple shares closed Tuesday at $114.64 — down 14 percent since hitting a record $133.60 in February.

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  • Under pressure over 1MDB probe, MACC seeks divine intervention to save people ‘going to hell’

    PUTRAJAYA, Aug 4 ― Troubled by uncertainty over its future investigations into state-owned 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), the country’s graftbusters held a special Islamic prayer session here today seeking Allah’s guidance to perform their duty and prevent people for the sin of corruption that would land them in hell. Datuk Seri Zakaria Jaffar, the retiring deputy chief commissioner of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC), said today that their work is all part of their duty to abide by Allah's will to shield people from the sin of corruption. “The Prophet said givers and takers of bribes will go to hell... so we can prevent people from going to hell,” he told journalists briefly after leading MACC officers in a special prayer session for divine intervention here.

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  • Love no longer blossoms for Miss Piggy and Kermit

    Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog shocked Muppets fans Tuesday by announcing the end of their long-running and often tortured love affair. Thank you for your understanding." Miss Piggy and Kermit have been something of an item for years, with the pushy porcine diva typically lording it over the more conciliatory amphibian. News of the breakup coincided with a promotional event in Los Angeles on Tuesday for the upcoming ABC program, simply titled "The Muppets." There, Kermit revealed that he now is dating another pig named Denise who works in marketing at the Disney-owned television network, TVLine.com reported.

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  • Five youngsters eyeing Premier League stardom

    From Ryan Giggs to Harry Kane via Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, the Premier League has proved a breeding ground for some of European football's biggest stars. Brendan Galloway (19, Everton) Everton supporters got their first glimpse of Galloway at the back end of last season when he started their final two league matches. Born in Zimbabwe, he moved to England at the age of six and joined Everton in 2014 following a spell with Milton Keynes Dons, for whom he made his debut aged just 15.

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  • Head of $11 bn Chinese state firm found hanged amid graft probe

    The head of a multi-billion-dollar state-owned Chinese heavy machinery manufacturer was found hanging in his office as anti-corruption investigators probed his firm, state media said Tuesday. Police believe Wu Shengfu, 51, the general manager of China First Heavy Industries (CFHI), killed himself, the official Xinhua news agency reported. CFHI makes machinery for purposes ranging from nuclear power equipment to petrochemical and auto manufacturing.

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  • ISIS' last words before releasing me were 'follow Islam', says Libya detainee

    Bengaluru, Aug. 4 (ANI): One of the four Indians detained in ISIS-controlled territory in Libya, Vijay Kumar, on Tuesday said that although he was not harmed during his detention, the last statement made by ISIS before releasing him was a request to 'follow Islam'. "They told us since we taught their students they released us but asked us to follow Islam. Two of the four Indians detained in ISIS-controlled territory in Libya have been released, according to the Ministry of External Affairs.

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  • Three-Man Weave: Which Western Conference contender is most vulnerable?

    With the draft and the bulk of free agency now behind us, it's time to start taking stock of what's transpired this summer and how it all figures to impact the upcoming NBA campaign. First up for consideration: Which Western Conference contender looks most vulnerable heading into next season? Kelly Dwyer: Last October I picked the Memphis Grizzlies to miss the playoffs, not because I’m a complete and utter idiot (I totally am, never forget this), but just because I chose them as the Random Western Team That Can’t Afford a Major Injury.

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  • How to turn your smartphone into a simple holographic projector

    TechnologyHow to turn your smartphone into a simple holographic projectorTurning your smartphone into a sort a budget holographic projector is much easier than you’d expect, and it’s a fun project if you find yourself bored enough. We rarely advise you

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