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Kandi Burruss’ Ex Block Reacts To ‘Golden Shower’ With Porsha Williams Claim

Porsha Williams can’t get away from a golden shower! This story is literally growing legs and walking out of the shower and down the street. Now Kandi Burruss’ ex, Russell “Block” Spencer, is getting in on the controversy by telling people to “leave him out of the” pee. On Sunday night’s episode of The Real […]

Redmond Barry’s house in East Melbourne

There’s a couple of derelict mansions in Clarendon Street. When I first read about the neglect of Valetta, I thought that it was the increasingly ramshackle mansion down near Alexandra Pde that I had assumed that belonged to the Pullman … Continue reading ?

Watch Marshawn Lynch nearly get hit by bus while popping wheelie in Scotland

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Marshawn Lynch is no longer dodging linebackers, but the former all-pro running back has found other ways to flirt with danger while in retirement. Such as dodging buses while riding bikes down Scottish streets. Video emerged Tuesday showing Lynch popping a wheelie before returning to two wheels, just in time to swerve left and miss an […]

United Airlines beat fourth quarter earnings estimates, but income taxes dragged down profits (UAL)

On Tuesday, United Airlines reported fourth-quarter 2016 profits of $397 million at $1.78 per share. According to AP, this beat Wall Street estimates of $1.65 per share. In addition, the airline generated $9.1 billion in total revenue...Show More Summary

Obama Seen as One of the Better Presidents

A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds a combined 55% of Americans believe Barack Obama – compared with the past several U.S. presidents – will either go down as one of the very best or be better than most.

Dow Ends Day Down 58

Stocks are ending slightly lower on Wall Street, led by declines in banks and industrial companies, the AP reports. Comerica fell 6.5% Tuesday and Citizens Financial lost 6%. The dollar fell sharply against the pound after Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledged for the first time that Britain's Parliament will...

Earnings Preview: What To Expect From Netflix On Wednesday

Netflix ($NFLX) is scheduled to release earnings after Wednesday's close. The stock is prone to big gaps (up and down) after reporting earnings so to help you prepare, here is what the Street is expecting.

Virginia Flaggers Led By Stonewall Jackson in Lexington

I think it is perfectly fitting that the Virginia Flaggers were led down the streets of Lexington, Virginia this past weekend by an individual portraying Stonewall Jackson, who (as of […]

TRUMP: The strong dollar is 'killing us'

The dollar is tumbling. The US dollar index is down by 1% at 100.51 as of 7:44 a.m. ET. The index's drop follows two comments from President-elect Donald Trump in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. Trump said that the border-adjustment...Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen Cover Band Quits Inauguration Gig Out of Respect for the Boss

The B Street Band is backing down. After catching flak for their booking at the Garden State Inaugural Gala, the elite Bruce Springsteen cover band is bailing on the Donald Trump inauguration festivity. And no, it's not your nagging that did the trick, but, rather, the group's ultimate deference to ... More »

Flying cars are real, and Airbus is making them this year

If there's one thing that the year 2000 and beyond really let us down on it's the unfulfilled promise of flying cars. Sure, there are airplanes that can be driven on city streets, but they're not exactly commonplace, and definitely not as impressive as what 80s sci-fi movies had led us to believe. Show More Summary

Must Read: British Prime Minister to Appear in 'Vogue,' Luxottica Merges With Essilor in $48 Billion Deal

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.British Prime Minister Theresa May to appear in American VogueMay was photographed at her country retreat by Annie Leibovitz, and a spokesperson for 10 Downing Street has confirmed that the images were taken for the April edition... Continue reading

ON: Plan Aims to Create 'Complete Streets'

The transportation master plan lays out how the city could look several years down the line and it looks like things could be more pedestrian- and cycle-friendly.

TV Club: The frustrating, brilliant Sherlock stays frustrating right to the end

If this is the end of Sherlock—and all protestations aside, this felt every inch a series finale—then the show went down just as 221B Baker Street did: in flames. If this is the last we’ll see of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Holmes and Watson, it makes for a lousy farewell. Show More Summary

D.C. Strip Clubs Get in Inauguration Spirit!!!

Donald Trump will be dressing up for his inauguration as the 45th Prez, but just down the street a bunch of strippers will be dressing down and making their bank accounts great again. We surveyed the D.C. landscape and found most of the big…

You Never Really Know

You never really know who people are. For example, just yesterday I was walking down the street when I saw a homeless man holding out a cup and begging for change. But when I got closer I realized that the man was not homeless, and that...Show More Summary

'Forgiveness' in black and white: A mural makes a positive point in South L.A.

Ivan Harrison drove down West Slauson Avenue in South L.A. recently and noticed something new. The wall of a warehouse facing the street had been painted white with black block letters that spelled out “forgiveness.” Harrison, 81, who has lived in the area for decades, told himself he had to meet the artist. Show More Summary

Jeremy Corbyn decries 'social care crisis made in Downing Street'

Labour leader says entire system is at serious risk of breakdown unless government invests more money Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to take failing care homes into public ownership under a Labour government in a major speech slamming the Tories for “spectacularly” failing to spread Britain’s wealth evenly. Show More Summary

ROBERT HARDMAN visits Davos, the five-star Swiss resort

They’re taking down their knickers on the swankiest street in the Swiss ski resort of Davos — as the real global elite get into the party spirit.

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