Winners of New York Lottery’s biggest jackpot used loophole to stay anonymous

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have let lottery winners stay incognito, but a group of recent winners found a loophole and decided to form an LLC to stay anonymus. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) Thanks 437 million, Andy! The winners of the largest-ever New York Lottery jackpot have pulled off the even more historic feat of collecting their checks […]

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Glossier Dropped A New Product That Is PERFECT For Makeup Removal

There’s a new innovation from the internet’s favorite minimalist and millennial pink beauty brand and it’s headed right for the top shelf of your medicine cabinet or vanity. Glossier’s Milky Oil waterproof makeup remover arrives on Tuesday, Feb. 19 via the brand’s website, which serves as its main sales platform. Let the "Top Shelfies" commence. Milky Oil, which costs $12 […]

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See Miranda Lambert and New Husband’s Simple and Unique Wedding Rings

AceShowbiz –Miranda Lambert and her new husband Brendan McLoughlin flaunted their wedding bands in New York City after the singer surprised everyone over the weekend by announcing their secret marriage. The newlyweds were spotted out and about in the Big Apple on Saturday, February 16. Walking hand-in-hand, they both rocked their matching and unique wedding bands. The rings have simple […]

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Iran launches new 'cruise missile' submarine that can hit targets from 1,250 MILES away

The battle sub – named Fateh (Farsi for Conqueror) – was launched by hardline President Hassan Rouhani in the port of Bandar Abbas and can hit targets 1,250 miles away. "From this moment, the Fateh Submarine joins Iran's naval force with my order," Rouhani said in a ceremony broadcast live on the state-run English-language Press TV. Reporters claimed the Fateh […]

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‘New evidence’ prompts release of two men questioned in Jussie Smollett case, Chicago PD says

Chicago Police Department disputes reports that alleged attack on Jussie Smollett was a hoax Citing “new evidence,” the Chicago Police Department announced Friday night that two men held for questioning in connection with an alleged attack on “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett have been released, with no charges filed against them. The news came shortly after 10 p.m. ET in a […]

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Report: Embarrassing NBA Franchise Fires Embarrassing GM In Embarrassing Fashion

The New Orleans Pelicans have fired general manager Dell Demps, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowki. This is richly hilarious. You may recall Demps as the administrative and managerial brain genius who: Spent six-plus seasons flailing cartoonishly in various and uniformly failed efforts to build a stable, credible team around lottery-granted superstar Anthony Davis; and Responded to Davis’s announcement that he’d […]

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New stumbling block emerges in talks to avert another US shutdown

Washington: The top four Democratic and Republican negotiators in the US Congress on border security funding plan to meet on Monday in a bid to reach an elusive deal by a Friday deadline to avert another partial government shutdown. The talks were scheduled to resume in Washington hours before President Donald Trump plans a rally in the Texas border city of […]

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Thousands flee New Zealand’s worst wildfire for more than 60 years

Thousands flee New Zealand’s worst wildfire for more than 60 years with no end in sight to week-long blaze Up to 3,000 have had to leave Wakefield and Pigeon Valley areas on South Island Today 155 firefighters on the ground and 23 helicopters helped to fight the blaze State of emergency declared on Wednesday and no deaths have been reported Thousands […]

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New York Post's front page headline about Jeff Bezos' nude selfie scandal gets online applause

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer’s publisher of blackmail Bezos claims a lawyer for the National Enquirer emailed his counsel with a threat to post sexual pictures he had sent to his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez. The New York Post is getting kudos for its front page, double entendre headline about Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' beef with American Media Inc. […]

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China welcomes Lunar New Year with lantern shows, dragon dances

China welcomes Lunar New Year with colourful lantern shows, traditional dragon dances with molten iron and dazzling charcoal-spinning performances Cities across China are ushering in the Year of the Pig with lavish celebrations Spring Festival is a time for people to return to hometowns and be with families People gather for dinners, exchange red packets of money and light firecrackers […]

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