• What 1 Woman Ate 2 Weeks Before Her Wedding to Successfully Shed Those Last 5 Pounds

    Instead of accepting it, I took about four private workout sessions per week with celebrity trainer David Kirsch. The pro is responsible for sculpting the bodies of celebrities (like Jennifer Lopez and Heidi Klum) and has a wealth of fitness and health knowledge (to recap, he's written five books, has his own line of shakes and supplements, and owns a top-notch NYC gym).

    Pop Sugar UK Fitness
  • Vegas Golden Knights play long game at NHL expansion draft, focus on future

    The Vegas Golden Knights played the long game in constructing the base of their first very NHL roster. Knights general manager George McPhee went heavy on defenders and short on high-end help in selecting 30 players at the first NHL expansion draft in 17 years. Marc-Andre Fleury and James Neal were among the few high profile picks, which were revealed Wednesday evening during the NHL awards show in Las Vegas.

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  • Satan himself couldn’t design a more devilish dragster than Dodge’s Demon

    Dodge has introduced a new variant of the Challenger SRT named Demon at the New York Auto Show. Developed as a dragster for the road, the model is faster, lighter, and more powerful than the 707-horsepower Hellcat.

    Digital Trends
  • Dwight Howard's image hits a new low in Hornets deal

    Dwight Howard is well past his days of stardom, but he now looks to have no escape from life as a punchline.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Former RCMP worker alleging sex assault recounts 'shocking' washroom encounter

    A former RCMP employee says she will never forget the sound of the door being locked behind her by a now-retired inspector who is alleged to have sexually assaulted her in a washroom at their Vancouver workplace. Tim Shields, who was the public face of the RCMP in British Columbia as the department's spokesman, has pleaded not guilty to one count of sexual assault. The woman, whose identity is protected by a publication ban, told provincial court she was confused when Shields said he had something to tell her and led her into a unisex washroom at the Mounties' former headquarters in Vancouver in the fall of 2009.

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  • Funeral, vigil reveal depth of sorrow at Muslim girl's death

    Whether a mourner in a black robe at a mosque or a soccer mom in a T-shirt and shorts at a community vigil, reaction to 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen's death carried a common refrain: That could have been my daughter. More than 5,000 people attended Hassanen's funeral Wednesday in suburban Washington, grinding traffic to a halt and forcing attendees to walk more than a mile to join the overflow crowd at All Dulles Area Muslim Society, one of the nation's largest mosques. Another crowd of several thousand attended a community vigil Wednesday evening.

    The Canadian Press
  • 10 Little Things That Mean SO Much to Women

    Grand gestures and gifts aren't unwelcome — who doesn't like to be spoiled every now and then? But it's not the material objects that truly prove to us how much you care. As much as this is said, actions really do speak louder than words (and flowers!). The occasional present doesn't outweigh the more regular, subtle acts. The things women find meaningful are what significant others typically don't think about or plan. Simple, sweet gestures are often most cherished. So the next time you're looking to impress a woman, look to the following 10 things ahead.

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  • The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Exercising, According to a Trainer

    I have some tough love for you today, fitness friends. It's about your workouts. Can we speak frankly? You go to the gym several times a week, sometimes twice in one day. You attend classes, you get your sweat on, and yet something is missing. You aren't as fit as you should be. What is happening?

    Pop Sugar UK Fitness
  • Canadian charged in US airport attack investigated as terror

    A Canadian man from Tunisia shouted in Arabic before stabbing a police officer in the neck Wednesday at a Michigan airport, and referenced people being killed overseas during the attack that's now being investigated as an act of terrorism, federal and court officials said. Amor Ftouhi, 49, of Montreal, was immediately taken into custody. A criminal complaint charging him with committing violence at an airport says Ftouhi asked an officer who subdued him why the officer didn't kill him.

    The Canadian Press
  • House Dems pressure WH on Kushner, Flynn security clearances

    Democrats on a House committee are pressuring the White House to release a wide array of documents about the security clearances granted to former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and top aide. In a letter Wednesday, 18 members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said they have "serious concerns" about how the White House is handling classified information and who is being allowed access to such sensitive material. The letter, citing press reports, singles out Kushner for failing to disclose numerous contacts with foreign officials on his security clearance questionnaire.

    The Canadian Press
  • The Rockets want to give James Harden more money, and maybe some All-Star help

    The first step in the Rockets' plan to reload for a title run this summer? Pay James Harden as much money as possible.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Could cryptocoin miners be driving demand for Radeon RX 570/580 GPUs?

    AMD's lineup of Radeon RX 500 Series graphics cards are just two months old, but the high-end models are now hard to find and very expensive. The bloated price tags are mostly found on Amazon, such as a $210 card inflated to $700.

    Digital Trends
  • ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Back On

    “Bachelor In Paradise” is back on after Warner Bros. announces they have concluded their internal investigation into allegations of misconduct and have confirmed there was no sexual assault. Production is set to resume and the series will air as scheduled this summer.

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  • Senators defy Trudeau, propose amendments to federal budget bill

    The Senate voted Tuesday to delete a so-called escalator tax on booze from the federal government's budget, defying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's insistence that only the elected House of Commons has authority over budgetary matters. Senators voted 46-32 late Tuesday to accept the report of the Senate's national finance committee, which earlier in the day passed a series of amendments aimed at removing the government's plan to increase the federal excise tax on beer, wine and spirits automatically by the rate of inflation each year. The House of Commons would have to concur with any changes approved by the Senate, something Trudeau has made clear is not in the cards.

    The Canadian Press
  • Coroner still probing death of US student held by N. Korea

    A cause of death hasn't been determined for a 22-year-old college student who was detained for nearly a year and a half in North Korea before being sent home in a coma, an Ohio coroner's office said Tuesday. Hamilton County 's Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco's office released a statement saying Otto Warmbier's family objected to an autopsy so only an external exam of his body was done. "No conclusions about the cause and manner of Mr. Warmbier's death have been drawn at this time as there are additional medical records and imaging to review and people to interview," the coroner's office statement said, expressing "deepest sympathies" for his family and friends.

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  • Back-to-back Alaska fatal black bear maulings seen as flukes

    Back-to-back fatal maulings of people by black bears in Alaska appear to be flukes by rogue animals, experts said Tuesday. In the first attack, a black bear killed a 16-year-old runner Sunday who got lost competing in a mountain race south of Anchorage. A second worker was injured by the same black bear.

    The Canadian Press
  • Kim Kardashian Hasn’t Spoken to Caitlyn Jenner in the ‘Last Couple’ Months

    There may be a bit of tension between the Kardashians and Caitlyn, but Kim thinks it’ll blow over eventually.

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  • The Right and Wrong Way to Eat Chia Seeds

    There's good reason chia seeds are on so many healthy eating Pinterest boards. In one patient case study, one man experienced intense dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing, after ingesting a tablespoon of dry chia seeds and chasing it with water. One of the reasons chia seeds are touted for weight loss is because they expand multiple times their size in water and help you feel full for longer.

    Pop Sugar UK Fitness
  • Smartphones with the Longest Battery Life

    The latest phone from Asus may boast dual rear cameras with an optical zoom, but the phone's true standout feature is its long-lasting battery life. Put simply, the ZenFone 3 Zoom is the longest-lasting smartphone we've ever tested.

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  • The Latest: Suspect in train station blast confirmed dead

    A spokeswoman for the Brussels prosecutor's office says the suspect in the explosion at a train station in the Belgian capital has died. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch said early Wednesday the man had been lying still since soldiers shot him on Tuesday night. Van Wymersch says authorities only could confirm his death once a bomb squad had finished its work.

    The Canadian Press