• Gal Gadot and Lynda Carter unite at ‘Wonder Woman’ LA premiere

    Girl power was in full force at the LA premiere of Wonder Woman on Thursday (May 25) as Gal Gadot reunited with Lynda Carter on the red carpet. Upon seeing each other, the two leading ladies were quick to share an embrace as they celebrated the latest instalment in the Wonder Woman franchise. Gal turned heads in a sparkling red Givenchy dress, while Lynda looked equally as stunning in a chic black pant suit.

  • She's lovin' it: N.L. woman sues McDonald's and wins

    Esther Brake, originally from the Bay of Islands, was managing a store in the Ottawa area when she was given an ultimatum — take a demotion or lose her job. "I think, at the end of the day, they wanted to get rid of me because of my age, and I think that they just wanted to push me out," Brake told CBC Radio's Corner Brook Morning Show. "Basically, I was left on my own to do [it]," said Brake, who added she was working more than 60 hours a week at the time.

  • Should You Save Everything for Retirement, or Have Fun With Your Money Now? -- The Motley Fool

    Saving for retirement is often a matter of making sacrifices. After all, the money you lock away in savings could otherwise be used for discretionary purposes while you're young. You might, for example, opt to use that money for travel, or buy yourself more flexibility in covering your living expenses during your working years. But if you're willing to forego some instant gratification in favor of a more responsible approach to savings, you stand to benefit tremendously when retirement rolls around. You'll need more retirement income than you think Giving up near-term luxuries to save for retirement is a hard sell for 20- and 30-somethings. And it makes sense. When you're staring down a hefty

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  • Drug gangs take aim at police officers amid coca crackdown

    With a shot to the chest, Alejandro Caro fell from his motorbike while on patrol in a small town in northern Colombia, another victim of criminal gangs who have killed 11 officers over the past month, mostly in gang-dominated regions. Colombia's largest illegal organization, the Gulf Clan, has distributed leaflets that call for killing police, and police intelligence officials say the gang members are offering would-be assassins up to $600 per death — nearly triple the nation's monthly minimum wage. Authorities compare the killings to Pablo Escobar's "pistol plan," a strategy the drug kingpin devised in his final years to target officers.

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  • UK police show photo of concert bomber, ask public for info

    British police on Saturday released surveillance-camera images of the Manchester concert bomber on the night of the attack as they appealed for more information about his final days. Armed police officers and soldiers were deployed at soccer matches, concerts and other big events. Abedi, a 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent, died in Monday's explosion, which killed 22 others and wounded nearly 120 as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert.

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  • Mom's Hilarious Photo Puts an End to Obnoxious Questions About Her Twins

    "Oh, are those twins?!" "Uh, yes, those two same-sized babies in my stroller are, in fact, twins. For the thousandth time." That's what Australian mom Annie Nolan was likely thinking when she drafted two signs answering 12 of the most-asked, most obnoxious questions she's gotten about her 2-year-old twin girls, Delphia and Cheska. Although she didn't dare keep the signs affixed to her stroller while out and about, she did snap a photo to share on Facebook. "As a twin mum, you get asked a series of questions [or] hear a series of statements every time you go out," she wrote on her Facebook post. "I know most people are coming from a great place and are just curious, however many can be quite intrusive

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  • 41 Photos of Shakira and Gerard Piqué Proving They Are a Match Made in Heaven

    Shakira and Gerard Piqué were destined to be together. The two are head over heels for each other, but that's not all. The couple shares a birthday 10 years apart, have two little ones, and are extraordinarily charitable people, making them a match made in heaven. Gerard is a hottie with a body, and don't get me started on Shakira. Just take a moment to think about her belly dancing skills. We'll wait! Back? OK, time to look at the best photos of the hot couple. Keep scrolling to see these two lovebirds in action.

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  • Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert

    Following the horrific attack outside of her Manchester concert, Ariana Grande has released a statement, revealing her plans to perform at a benefit concert to raise money for the victims and their families.

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  • It Might Be Spring, but You'll Want to Shop Selena Gomez's Sexy Swimsuits

    You might think of celebrities on perma-vacations like Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima when you're looking for swimsuit inspiration, but we're telling you

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  • Report: Chris Paul signing with Spurs 'legitimate concern' for Clippers

    The Spurs might be interested in Chris Paul, the interest might be mutual, and the Clippers are taking all that smoke pretty seriously.

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  • Is Melania Trump Stealing Kate Middleton’s Style? (8 photos)

    Although Melania Trump has plenty of former first ladies to look to for fashion inspiration, it seems that her mood board has more pictures of Kate Middleton than Jackie Kennedy. It’s even possible that the former model is going so far as to emulate some of the Duchess of Cambridge’s most iconic looks. Want proof? Click through above for photographic evidence. Read more from Yahoo Beauty + Style: • Melania Trump Wears Incredible $51,500 Floral Jacket for Final Day Abroad • How Kate and Pippa Middleton Dress for Weddings • Did Queen Maxima Steal Melania Trump’s Style? Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleand @YahooBeauty.

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  • Federal judge tosses out life sentences for DC sniper Malvo

    A federal judge on Friday tossed out two life sentences for one of Virginia's most notorious criminals, sniper Lee Boyd Malvo, and ordered Virginia courts to hold new sentencing hearings. In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson in Norfolk said Malvo is entitled to new sentencing hearings after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that mandatory life sentences for juveniles are unconstitutional.

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  • 3 Mortgage Tricks Every Homeowner Should Know About -- The Motley Fool

    Whether you're new to homeownership or have been making mortgage payments for years, it never hurts to find ways to slash your costs. Here are three tips that can help you save thousands. 1. Accelerate a 30-year loan when you can't afford a 15-year term One major advantage to getting a 15-year mortgage, as opposed to a 30-year loan, is that you'll generally be eligible for a much lower interest rate. For example, last week, 30-year fixed mortgage rates averaged 3.97%, while 15-year fixed rates averaged 3.23%. The downside, however, is that because you'll be paying off your loan in half the time, despite the lower interest rate, your individual monthly payments will be considerably higher. If

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  • AP source: Kushner sought secret communications with Russia

    Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a top White House adviser, proposed a secret back channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team during a December meeting with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Kushner spoke with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about creating that line of communication to facilitate sensitive discussions aimed at exploring the incoming administration's options with Russia as it was developing its Syria policy, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press. The intent was to connect Trump's chief national security adviser at the time, Michael Flynn, with Russian military leaders, said this person, who wasn't authorized to publicly discuss private policy deliberations and spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  • Princess Charlotte's Net Worth Is More Than Prince George's, And Here's Why

    Harper Beckham, Blue Ivy and North West have some serious competition.

  • Bullet tests clear Detroit man in prison since 1992

    A man who claims Detroit police framed him for a 1992 slaying walked out of prison for the first time in 25 years after new tests showed bullets taken from the victim's body didn't come from a gun that was presented at trial as the murder weapon. "Justice prevailed," Desmond Ricks, 51, told The Associated Press after enjoying a grilled turkey-and-cheese sandwich with his legal team at a restaurant in Marshall, Michigan. The Innocence Clinic at University of Michigan law school asked Judge Richard Skutt to reopen the case after prosecutors in 2015 turned over photos of two bullets removed from the victim, Gerry Bennett.

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  • Taiwan's 'forest bus' charms passengers

    With moss-covered seats and an explosion of lush plants and flowers throughout its interior the "forest bus" offers a fragrant leafy ride for passengers used to crammed public transport in Taiwan's capital. The ordinary single-deck city bus has been converted into a travelling green house decorated with orchids, ginger lilies and a variety of ferns is running on a special route through Taipei, with stops including an art museum, a popular temple and a night market. Florist Alfie Lin, who created the temporary installation, said he wanted to bring a touch of nature to commuters' busy routines.

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  • I Drank a Nearly 4 Litres of Water a Day For 3 Weeks (and Why I'll Never Do It Again)

    I'm not sure where I heard about this "drinking a gallon of water a day" thing, but I thought, hey, I'll give it a try and see what happens. I'd heard it creates radiant skin, but I wanted to see if it would help curb my appetite and help with weight loss.

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  • Phaneuf says it will 'take a while' to get over loss to Penguins in East final

    The Ottawa Senators weren't quite ready to go their separate ways. Emotionally drained after a deep playoff run came to an end with a Game 7 double overtime loss this week in Pittsburgh, the Senators cleaned out their lockers Saturday still thinking about what might have been. "I think it's going to take a while to get over to be honest with you," said defenceman Dion Phaneuf.

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