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The 24-year-old billionaire heiress to the Dell fortune left social media after exposing her family to security risks - here's her advice for teens on apps
Alexa Dell, the daughter of computer magnate Michael Dell, once posted an image to Instagram of her younger brother aboard the family's private jet. The "Rich Kids of Instagram" Tumblr blogged the image, and it went viral. Dell was forced to leave social media after exposing her family to security risks.
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The Bizarre Food Vladimir Putin Eats For Breakfast Every Morning (and the Surprising Reason He Avoids Alcohol)
While people are drawing connections between U.S. president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin, one thing stands out as a major difference between the two: their diets. Trump may have a serious problem with fast food and Diet Coke, but Putin starts his day with a stricter diet than you can imagine. Here’s what Putin eats every day for breakfast, including one bizarre food you may not have ever heard of. We’ve even found his favorite food he’ll indulge in from time to time, how he eats when he travels, and the No. 1 reason he avoids alcohol. He eats breakfast around noon You’d think someone with such a strict routine would be an early riser. Putin, instead, sleeps into the late
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Trump campaign-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica reportedly collected info on 50M Facebook profiles
Facebook said on Thursday it had suspended a data analytics firm associated
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How this adorable black cat made his way back to his home five years after he went missing.
Democrats Offer Sacked Former FBI Deputy Chief Andrew McCabe a Two Day Job so he Can Collect His Pension
Democratic lawmakers have stepped in to offer sacked former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe a job so he can collect his pension. Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe testifies before the House Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Subcommittee on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 21, 2017.