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A San Francisco couple that parked their car for decades on a paved part of their property in front of their home has been banned from doing so unless they want to risk steep fines. KGO-TV reported Monday that city officials sent a letter to Judy and Ed Craine telling them they can't park on the pavement on their property on a hilly street even though they have for 36 years. With the letter came a notice of a $1,542 fine and the threat of a $250-a-day fee for continued parking on their propert
Well after Ashton Kutcher, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kristen Bell and the Rock made headlines everywhere for openly discussing their bathing habits, it’s still sparking debate: Is it possible to shower too much? Not...
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The airport doesn’t have to be a stressful bookend around your vacation. Learn to travel like a pro with these brilliant insider tips.
People Are Sharing The Unexpected Ways They Found Out Their Partner Was Cheating On Them, And I'm Gonna Need Help Picking Up My Jaw From The Floor
"Her dad played a video from their home security footage of her kissing another man."View Entire Post ›
A rustic private island in Maine is on the market, but the owner will only sell to someone willing to stay overnight—despite perilous weather
Owner Billy Milliken told Insider that Ducks Ledges Island has dangerous conditions in the winter and no running water. It's not for everyone.
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Canadian clinical psychologist and YouTube personality Jordan Peterson said he would “rather die” than delete the tweet he posted about actor Elliot Page last month. Speaking to the National Post, Peterson, 60, said Twitter had temporarily suspended most of his account's features on June 28 after he tweeted about the 35-year-old actor. In his now-deleted post, Peterson referred to Page using his former name and claimed he had his "breasts removed by a criminal physician."