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Hilary Thornton made headlines when her neighbor, D'Arreion Toles, recorded her blocking his entry into their building. Now she's defending her actions.Celebrity People
Hailey Baldwin Says Husband Justin Bieber Is IncredibleWorld HuffPost
Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who has not been seen publiclyEntertainment Mashable
Okay, fine, I guess I'm going to have to watch The Haunting of Hill House . Ever since the nightmare-inducing trailer came out I've been half-intrigued, half-wary (I'm embarrassingly easy to scare when it comes to supernatural, jumpy stuff). But now Stephen King has waded in, so I guess that seals it. SEE ALSO: The real terror of 'Hill House' lies in family trauma On Tuesday night, the King of horror posted the following tweet. THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, revised and remodeled by Mike Flanagan. I don't usually care for this kind of revisionism, but this is great. Close to a work of genius, really. I think Shirley Jackson would approve, but who knows for sure. - Stephen King (@StephenKing) October 17, 2018 "Close to a work of genius, really." You can't get much higher praise than that, can you? Here's another look at the trailer, just so you can make sure you're fully prepared: *Gulp*... WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?Sports Yahoo Sports
What do you think Lonzo Ball's new shoes look like?Business Business Insider
The Bay Area is so expensive that employees at Apple, Uber, Google, and other tech giants are putting off having kids - and it's a sign of a much larger trend
The San Francisco Bay Area is getting so expensive that more than half of its tech employees, from Amazon to Apple, say the increased cost of living has caused them to delay starting a family, according to a survey by the app Blind. Despite earning six-figure salaries, tech employees in the Bay Area can barely afford a place to live, let alone start a family. The Bay Area is a notoriously expensive place to live - even for high-earning tech employees.U.S. ABC News
Idaho's Fish and Game commissioner has resigned amid growing backlash after he shared photographs of him smiling and posing with animals he killed during a hunting trip to Africa. In an email sent to more than 100 friends and colleagues, Blake Fischer attached 12 pictures of himself and his wife posing with various kills in Namibia: an oryx, a giraffe, a waterbuck, a leopard and a group of four baboons, The Idaho Statesman first reported on Friday.
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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...