Tyra Banks And ME!!! Life Size 2! I’m The New Lindsay Lohan!! – Perez Hilton

Surprise!! So happy the Eve doll is out of the bag!!! We are beyond excited to share with you all that Perez is going to be acting in the new Life Size 2 movie!!!! And it’s a very interesting story how it all came to be! Plus, some details about…

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Then & Now Pictures Of 7 Buildings That America Has Lost Forever

America would surely have a different culture to share if some of its most iconic buildings hadn’t met their demise. The original Penn Station in New York, the pre-modernist railway mansion Mark Hopkins – to name a few – America has lost quite some luster in their architectural culture department.…

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EU to move ahead with cultural quotas for streaming services

The European Union is set to move ahead with a plan to enforce pan-European quotas on streaming services like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix to support production of locally produced film and video content. Roberto Viola, the European Commission’s directorate general of communication, networks, content and technology told Variety that the new rules…

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Titanic treasure could return to Belfast

“The sinking of the Titanic was a heart-breaking moment in history,” he said. “Securing the irreplaceable collection of artefacts, protecting and preserving them for future generations, by placing them in the public trust, is a unique and important opportunity to honour the 1,503 passengers and crew who died.” Report End…

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Build-A-Bear shops stuffed amid offer chaos

Image copyright Paul Shaw Image caption Police were called to the White Rose Centre in Leeds due to the popularity of the “pay your age” event Many of the company’s stores – including Sheffield’s Meadowhall shopping centre, Birmingham’s Bullring, Telford and Basingstoke – had to shut for the rest of…

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg shared some serious hope for the future both hers and ours.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants to stay “at least” another five years. Ginsburg, 85, was attending a play on Sunday, July 29, about her former SCOTUS colleague Antonin Scalia when she was asked how much longer she expects to stay on the nation’s highest court. She pointed to…

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A Decision That Will Live in Infamy

In what may be the worst decision since the infamous Trump v. Hawaii elevates legal formalities as a way to avoid addressing what everyone understood is really at issue here — namely, prejudice. Chief Justice John Roberts’s majority opinion downplays Trump’s anti-Muslim bias, focusing instead on the president’s legal power to…

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Texas billboard tells liberals to keep driving until they leave the state

A photo of the sign was posted to Facebook by Kyle Mccallie, of Fritch. He wrote the billboard was six miles east of Vega, a city roughly 35 miles west of Amarillo, on the eastbound side of the highway. Mccallie’s post, which was uploaded earlier Tuesday, had more than 8,000…

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Australia Will Now Fine Parents Twice A Month If They Fail To Vaccinate Their Kids

The Australian government has beefed up its already relatively strong vaccination laws in a bid to push inoculation rates up to record highs around the country. According to a statement by MP Dan Tehan, the Minister for Social Services, as of July 1, parents who don’t vaccinate their children will…

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HTC is gone

Gather around, campers, and hear a tale as old as time. Remember the HTC Dream? The Evo 4G? The Google Nexus One? What about the Touch Diamond? All amazing devices. The HTC of 2018 is not the HTC that made these industry-leading devices. That company is gone. It seems HTC…

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Here’s Why You Should Put A Spoonful Of Sugar In Your Backyard This Summer

Bee lovers around the world have been sharing photos of the world’s pollinators drinking sugar water from spoons after a post on a Facebook page dedicated to the English broadcaster David Attenborough asked fans to work together to save the world’s bees with an extremely simple gesture: offer up a spoonful…

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Canada Votes To Legalize Cannabis For Recreational Use

Canada is now set to become only the second country worldwide to legalize the recreational use of cannabis after the Senate voted overwhelmingly to change the laws. The new legislation could see marijuana sold legally in shops as early as September. The new bill, known as The Cannabis Act, controls and…

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Theranos Founder Holmes, Ex-President Charged With Fraud

claims by the U.S. stepping down as chief executive officer of the blood-testing company that has unraveled amid revelations that her main product was a fraud. After the testing device that Holmes claimed would be able run hundreds of medical tests on a single drop of blood was shown not…

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North Korea agrees to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula’ after Trump-Kim summit

Video Highlights of President Trump’s summit with dictator Kim Jong Un After much anticipation, President Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Here’s a look at some of the highlights of the historic meeting. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document on Tuesday…

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Salad Cream ‘to be renamed Sandwich Cream’

Skip Twitter post by @SamWiseSW Just heard the news that #Heinz is changing the name of ‘salad cream’ to ‘sandwich cream’. This is not okay with me. I feel attacked. 😒 — Sam Willey🏳️‍🌈 (@SamWiseSW) June 5, 2018 Report End of Twitter post by @HarrisonClan76 According to the Grocer (£),…

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How Canada’s Sacred Cows and 270% Tariffs Set Trump Off at G-7

The Group of Seven ended with an explosion — Donald Trump unloaded on Justin Trudeau and washed his hands of the summit. And he blamed Canadian milk. Trump spent much of the G-7 complaining about Canadian dairy tariffs, mentioning it repeatedly Friday during a leaders’ session on trade, one official…

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North, South Korea agree on denuclearization of peninsula after historic meeting

Video Kim Jong Un crosses into South Korea North Korean leader crosses DMZ line in effort to reduce hostility In a dramatic early Friday announcement, North and South Korean leaders agreed to a framework that could finally bring peace to the peninsula and potentially end decades of tension between the…

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The benefits of having friends who aren’t ‘just like us’

The impact that our social networks have on the strength of our opinions is an area that researchers are investigating. The attitudes we hold most strongly guide the way we see the world and are more resistant to being changed by the persuasion of others. Often, we seek out, process…

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Boy Scouts to change name, drop ‘Boy’ and accept girls in 2019, organization says

Video Charlie Kirk reacts as girls begin joining the Boy Scouts Thousands of girls have joined the Boy Scouts, but at what cost? Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA founder and an Eagle Scout, speaks out on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’ After 108 years, the Boy Scouts program is set to drop…

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Facebook to exclude North American users from some privacy enhancements

There’s no way to sugarcoat this message: Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg believes North America users of his platform deserve a lower data protection standard than people everywhere else in the world. In a phone interview with Reuters yesterday Mark Zuckerberg declined to commit to universally implementing changes to the platform that…

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