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Hailey Baldwin Says Husband Justin Bieber Is IncredibleSports NBC Sports
According to a Boston Metro report, a man claiming to be with the Astros was escorted out of Fenway Park on Saturday after being seen using a camera and texting frequently next to the Red Sox dugout.U.S. Good Morning America
'I don't forgive this woman, and she needs help': Black child wrongly accused of grabbing 'Cornerstore Caroline'
With tears streaming down his cheeks, a 9-year-old black child spoke out at a community meeting in New York about being wrongly accused of grabbing a white woman's backside in a corner store -- an incident disproved by security-camera footage. Jeremiah's emotional response came six days after Teresa Klein called the police and claimed the boy had grabbed her butt in a Brooklyn corner store Wednesday. Klein issued an apology after viewing surveillance video of Jeremiah's backpack brushing her backside as he passed her in the store.Politics HuffPost
Massachusetts senator (and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful) ElizabethLifestyle Yahoo News UK
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Winning images revealed. ‘The golden couple’: A male Qinling golden snub-nosed monkey rests briefly on a stone seat. He has been joined by a female from his small group. Both are watching intently as an altercation takes place down the valley between the lead males of two other groups in the 50-strong troop. It’s spring in the temperate forest of China’s Qinling Mountains, the only place where these endangered monkeys live. (Wildlife Photographer of the Year/ Marsel van Oosten) ‘Bed of seals’: A small ice floe in the Errera Channel at the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula provides barely enough room for a group of crabeater seals to rest, and the cracks are starting to show. Crabeater seals are widespread in Antarctica and possibly the most abundant of all seals anywhere. But they are also dependent on sea ice, for resting, breeding, avoiding predators such as killer whales and leopard seals, and accessing feeding areas. (Wildlife Photographer of the Year/ Cristobal Serrano) ‘Pipe owls’: Huddled together at the opening of an old waste-pipe, two spotted owlets look straight into Arshdeep Singh’s lens in Kapurthala, India. (Wildlife Photographer of the Year/ Arshdeep Singh) ‘Kuhirwa mourns her baby’: Kuhirwa, a young female member of the Nkuringo mountain gorilla family in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, would not give up on her dead baby. What Ricardo first thought to be a bundle of roots turned out to be the tiny corpse. (Wildlife Photographer of the Year/ Ricardo Nunez Montero) ‘Mud-rolling mud dauber’: It was a hot summer day, and the waterhole at Walyormouring Nature Reserve, Western Australia, was buzzing. Georgina had got there early to photograph birds, but her attention was stolen by the industrious slender mud-dauber wasps, distinctive with their stalk-like first abdominal segments. (Wildlife Photographer of the Year/ Georgina Steytler)Politics People
Donald Trump Leaves Wife Melania in the Rain While He Uses UmbrellaBusiness MarketWatch
After two consecutive quarters of missing the mark on its own forecasts for subscriber growth, Netflix Inc. hopes to put an end to the big swings in its stock with some changes in its accounting. In kicking off tech’s earnings season Tuesday, Netflix (NFLX) reported better-than-expected subscriber growth in the quarter, leading to an 11% jump in its shares in after-hours trading. Three months ago, Netflix reported weaker-than-expected subscriber growth, sending its stock tumbling around 12% in the next trading day.More on Yahoo View »The VoiceSeason 15 Episode 7The Blind Auditions, Part 7 / The Battles PremiereRelSeason 1 Episode 4One Night StandSaturday Night LiveSeason 44 Episode 3Seth MeyersThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonSeason 6 Episode 15Alec Baldwin, Meghan Trainor, LeClerc Andre
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The transcendence of a deeply ingrained habit can be turned into a bit of a game now. When approached as a fanciful experiment, breaking patterns becomes trial-and-error fun. Spice up the ho-hum routi...