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Forensic scientist becomes UK pole dancing champ

Forensic scientist becomes UK pole dancing champ

Newsteam / SWNS Group Amy Cowles says pole dancing has changed her life, and she is proud to take part in it. Newsteam / SWNS Group Cowles will compete in the Miss Pole Dance UK Professional competition on Oct. 4. ...

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Olive Garden offers $100 unlimited pasta pass

Olive Garden offers $100 unlimited pasta pass

Alan Diaz/ASSOCIATED PRESS A Never Ending Pasta Pass will get buyers unlimited pasta, salad, bread sticks and Coca-Cola soft drinks over a seven-week period at Olive Garden. Can’t get enough Olive Garden? The chain is offering a Never Ending Pasta ...

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Airbnb wants nothing to do with investigation into its users

Airbnb wants nothing to do with investigation into its users

Airbnb has been asked to provide data on its users to the Attorney General Airbnb has decided not to rat out its own customers to the Attorney General’s office for allegedly leasing their apartments illegally to tourists via the internet ...

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One in 10 girls raped or sexually abused worldwide: U.N.

One in 10 girls raped or sexually abused worldwide: U.N.

Larisa Lofitskaya/Getty Images/iStockphoto More girls reported sexual abuse in sub-Saharan Africa than in other areas of the world. One in 10 girls around the world — or about 120 million in total — have been forced to have intercourse or ...

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Fashion community remembers icon Joan Rivers

Fashion community remembers icon Joan Rivers

Brian Bowen Smith/E! “Fashion Police” icon Joan Rivers was remembered on social media by designers and celebrities after her death on Thursday. The death of Joan Rivers on Thursday sent shock waves through the entertainment and fashion communities alike. The ...

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Bruce Ratner wants to take control of Brooklyn factory

Bruce Ratner wants to take control of Brooklyn factory

ANDREW KELLY/REUTERS Bruce Ratner is desperate for construction to restart at the project Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner’s fight with his contractor is getting ugly. The real estate titan, who is building the city’s largest ever modular building at the ...

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More U.S. households smoke-free, study says

More U.S. households smoke-free, study says

newphotoservice/Getty Images/iStockphoto Homes are the primary source of secondhand smoke for children and non-smokers, the CDC said. Nearly twice as many U.S. households are smoke-free compared to 20 years ago, reflecting an increased awareness of the health hazards from secondhand ...

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Cotton could be the best weapon in fight against BO: study

Cotton could be the best weapon in fight against BO: study

crdjan/shutterstock.com To minimize body odor, studies point to cotton as the top choice material for workout clothes. A study conducted in Belgium confirms what your workouts may already have taught you: that polyester attracts and captures odor-causing bacteria more than ...

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Blood of Ebola survivors may help patients

Blood of Ebola survivors may help patients

As West Africa struggles to contain the biggest ever outbreak of Ebola, some experts say an unusual but simple treatment might help: the blood of survivors. The evidence is mixed for using infection-fighting antibodies from survivors’ blood for Ebola, but ...

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USPS Bronx post office sold to Manhattan developer

USPS Bronx post office sold to Manhattan developer

HARBUS RICHARD/FREELANCE NYDN The proposed sale of the Bronx General Post Office raised the ire of local lawmakers and area residents. Plans to convert the building into a marketplace with a United States Postal Service hub could keep everyone happy. ...

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