• We’re confused: Six Flags didn’t let this girl back in to the park because she was wearing a…t-shirt

    A few weeks ago, 22-year-old Bina Ramesh was celebrating her birthday in what should have been a fun-filled, relaxed afternoon at Six Flags (located in Jackson, NJ). “I was re-entering the park with my friends after I was already admitted earlier that day,” Ramesh told Seventeen.

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  • A Homeless Kitten Showed Up on a Family’s Doorstep so They Took Him In … But They Never Could Have Guessed How Their Dog Would React! (VIDEO)

    Alto is a handsome, fun loving white German Shepherd who loves riding skateboards and playing in the waves at the beach. He knows that he is very lucky to have humans who love him very much. So when a homeless kitten showed up on the family doorstep one day, Alto knew that this little fella would need all of the licks and snuggles that he could give! Meet Apache, a tiny grey striped kitten who showed up one day and never left. Despite being different sizes and species, Apache and Alto are best pals. As you can see from this precious pair, there is no need to rehome the dog just because a kitty joins your family. With time and patience everyone can learn to get along. This little guy loves his

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  • When 3 Women Disappear, Suspicion Falls on the Same Man They All Loved

    No one can forget how beautiful Mary Horton Vail was. "Mary was one of those people, when she walked into the room, she made everybody feel good," Will Horton, Mary's younger brother, told ABC News' "20/20" for a story in partnership with The Clarion-Ledger/USA Today Network. "She was a beauty for sure," Cathy Robbins, Mary's sorority sister, said. Felix Vail said his wife Mary Horton Vail, pictured here with her and Felix's son Billy, fell into the river when they went fishing, on Oct. 28, 1962.

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  • Tom Cruise Has Found Himself a Hot New MILF

    "We all went to Duane Reade and picked up...bandages and wrapped it around me," cracked Boutella, who can currently be seen in Star Trek Beyond as the Jennifer Lawrence-inspired character Jaylah. "Dipped it in tea first, you know, to give it like this very Egyptian authentic look." Boutella gushed about working with Cruise, 54. "He is such a hard worker, he just knows everything," she said. "I remember being on set with him and he's like, 'No, guys, this is a comedic frame.' I was like, 'Tom, what the hell is a comedic frame?' I was like I don't know any of these things. And then he just teaches me things all the time." Directed by Alex Kurtzman, The Mummy is set to release in June 2017 and also

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  • Ex-NFL player Antonio Armstrong and wife killed by their teen son

    Former NFL linebacker Antonio Armstrong and his wife were shot and killed by their teenage son in their home in Houston on Friday, police say. Police were called to the Armstrongs’ home around 1:30 a.m. in response to shots fired, the Houston Chronicle reports. Daun Armstrong died at the scene and Antonio Armstrong died in the hospital a few hours later. KTRK reports that the couple’s 16-year-old son has been charged with murder. The couple’s two other children were at home at the time but were not harmed. Relatives described the Armstrongs as a loving family and say they can’t imagine what could have led to such a situation. “They kept them busy and they supported them in everything that they

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  • Brazilian drug lord turns jail cell into luxury suite

    Paraguayan authorities got a surprise when they raided a Brazilian drug lord's jail cell... and found a three-room luxury suite complete with library, kitchen, conference room and plasma TV. Jarvis Chimenes Pavao, considered one of South America's most dangerous drug traffickers, had been serving an eight-year sentence for money laundering at the Tacumbu prison in the Paraguayan capital, Asuncion. Chimenes Pavao, who was due for release next year but facing extradition back to Brazil on drug charges, had allegedly planned to use the plastic explosives to blow a hole in the prison walls and escape.

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  • US military plane has unplanned landing in Russia

    Washington (CNN)At the same time that political tensions between Washington and Moscow were raging this week, the US and Russia calmly handled the emergency landing of a US military aircraft in western Siberia, according to the Pentagon. The incident occurred Wednesday when the landing gear of a US observation flight malfunctioned and the plane had to make an unplanned landing in a Russian airstrip near the Chinese border. The OC-135B observation aircraft had taken off from a Russian airfield at Ulan Ude for a scheduled observation flight conducted under the terms of the Open Skies Treaty.

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  • You're eating a lot of fake, rotten olive oil - here's how to find the real stuff

    Olive oil is perhaps one of the most delightful food staples on the planet. But unfortunately, it's also one of the most commonly counterfeited foods. As Larry Olmsted, author of the new book "Real Food/Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating and What You Can Do about It," explained to Tech Insider in a recent interview, this is a real problem because people buy olive oil both for its amazing flavor and health benefits. So if you're not getting the real thing, you're missing out - big time. There are all kinds of ways that people either pass off lower quality (or even rotten) oils for true extra-virgin olive oil. In the book, Olmsted writes that it has become less common recently to

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  • Neighbors say Universal's Volcano Bay water park is all wet

    Ugly. Obnoxious. Eyesore. Those are the words residents use to describe Universal Orlando's new Volcano Bay water park rising across Turkey Lake Road from their homes. "I really hate that project," said Sanjiv Chokshi, who lives in the Toscana subdivision across the street. Neighbors fear noise, more traffic and decreased property values when the park opens next year. They especially don't like the 50- to 70-foot water slide tubes, one so close to the street that it gives the illusion of jutting out over the road. A few families in Toscana also complain their homes have cracks that they think were caused when the buildings shook from pile driving and other construction for the water park. Universal

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