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These Fisherman Were Stunned at the Monstrous Creature They Had Caught

A Terrifying Catch Source 1 Source 2 For these Russian fishermen, their day couldn’t have been more ordinary. It was business as usual for them, but they couldn’t have been less prepared for the jaw-dropping creature from the depths that they pulled in. It was as astounding as it was horrifying, but their biggest surprise came when they learned what it actually was…. Comments

Kenya Moore and Hubby Hit up Barbados and Get Splashy

Kenya Moore Makes a Splash w/ Hubby in Barbados!!! 11/22/2017 11:50 AM PST Kenya Moore‘s a kid at heart … especially when she’s trying to have a kid. The ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta‘ star and her husband, Marc Daly, hit the beach in Barbados for some fun in the sun on the Caribbean island. Not sure what looks bluer … Marc’s outfit or the water. As we reported … Kenya and Marc are there trying to get pregnant with help from the world-renowned Barbados Fertility Centre. Kenya looked stunning in her bikini … not that you need another view, but damn. Look.

Lil Peep Talks Favorite Rappers, Offers Words of Advice to Struggling Kids in Newly Released Interview

Lil Peep, the flourishing emo rapper who died last week at age 21, had a lot to say in a short amount of time. In a posthumous interview with MONTREALITY, recorded in April and released Tuesday, the MC spoke about his childhood hobbies, the rappers who influenced him and his advice for kids struggling with depression. Before the angsty punk-rap hybrid dominated SoundCloud and Spotify, he paid his dues in the service industry as a teenager. “I was a kitchen bitch at a local seafood restaurant where I did a lot of really disgusting shit early in the morning,” Peep recalled. One day, the horrors of killing sea creatures got the best of him. “I’m a mass crab murderer. I cut the faces off of 300 crabs that day and I never went back,” he said, flashing a thumbs-up to the camera. Peep also confes...

What's at stake with the FCC's net neutrality vote

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Texas Representative Barton Apologizes After Lewd Photo Emerges

Texas Republican Representative Joe Barton apologized Wednesday after a lewd photo of himself surfaced on the internet, but a spokeswoman said he has no plans to resign. Barton, a senior member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said in a statement that while he was separated from his second wife he had consensual sexual relationships “with other mature adult women” that are now over. “I am sorry that I did not use better judgment during those days,” Barton said. “I am sorry that I let my constituents down.” Barton, 68, released the statement after a nude photo of himself and graphic text message were circulated on social media. The congressman, who was first elected to Congress in 1984, was quoted by the Texas Tribune as saying he is deliberati...

Education Department considers narrowing civil rights work

The Education Department wants to narrow the scope of civil rights investigations at schools, focusing on individual complaints rather than systemic problems, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press. Under the Obama administration, when a student complained of discrimination in a particular class or school, the education agency would examine the case but also look at whether the incident was part of a broader, systemic problem that needs to be fixed. Proposed revisions to the department’s civil rights procedures, distributed last week among civil rights officials at the department, remove the word “systemic” from the guidelines. The changes would also allow schools a greater say in how a case is handled, compared to the student or parent who filed the com...

Key GOP senator backs Obamacare individual mandate repeal

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said she supports repealing the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate — a key provision in the Senate Republican tax bill — but she refrained from offering a full endorsement of the tax package. “I believe that the federal government should not force anyone to buy something they do not wish to buy in order to avoid being taxed,” Murkowski wrote in an op-ed for The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. “That is the fundamental reason why I opposed the Affordable Care Act from its inception and also why I co-sponsored a bill to repeal the individual mandate tax penalty starting as early as 2013. And that is why I support the repeal of that tax.” Murkowski, who was one of three GOP senators to vote against a partial repeal of Obamacare this summ...

32 companies Amazon could ruin (AMZN) has brought pain and misery to numerous companies since its founding in 1994. This well-documented phenomenon really picked up the pace over the past decade, with many organizations simply unable to beat the dot-com company in terms of price and delivery speed. The conversation isn’t new, but it gets more interesting by the day. Amazon not only is chipping away at these companies’ businesses, but it also keeps adding new targets. The e-commerce icon is leveraging its entry into new businesses such as groceries, where Amazon is using storefronts to gather customer data, bring consumers into the fold and eventually extract revenue from them – one way or another. The “long game” is working. While Amazon has already dealt plenty of damage, the suffering isn’t over. Doze...

Secrets only divorce lawyers know

It’s no secret that divorce is a stressful experience. While it’s natural to feel grief about the dissolution of a marriage, spouses also need to consider the more practical implications when a household dissolves. From divvying up assets to creating custody arrangements, the path from wedding bliss to peaceful divorce can be a long one. Here are 40 divorce secrets from the experts to help you on your journey and keep you from losing too much money on your separation.