Logan Paul tries to tackle suicide crisis in return to YouTube

Logan Paul is back on YouTube after a three-week absence, and he’s pledging to make a difference. The social media star sparked international outrage this month when he filmed an apparent suicide victim in Japan’s Aokigahara forest. On Wednesday he posted an unmonetized video where he speaks with suicide prevention activists. He says he plans to donate $1 million toward suicide awareness organizations. “It’s time to learn from the past…

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How The Super Blue Blood Moon Will Affect Your Relationship And Life Based On Your Zodiac

Ryan Holloway “Skywatchers are in for a special treat: Early Wednesday morning (Jan. 31), a Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a supermoon coincide to create a rare lunar event that hasn’t been seen in North America in more than 150 years.” Aries (March 21st to April 19th) Relationships: You’re conflicted about your relationship not because you’re unsure but because you are afraid of what you are without it….

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Sean Hannity Has Been Advising Donald Trump on the Nunes Memo, Because Of Course He Has

President Donald Trump is at odds with his own chief law enforcement officers over a controversial memo fueling Republican allegations of a conspiracy against the Trump presidency. But by all indications, the president is less amenable to the concerns of his own FBI than those shared by a less formal, more bombastic adviser. That adviser is Sean Hannity, who has been hyping the so-called Nunes memo all week, and with…

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Bride-To-Be Accuses Photographer Of Fat-Shaming Her In Photos, But Photographer Has A Story Of Her Own

“Didn’t really need the engagement session, but it was in the package so we did it,” Liepold told 5 News Cleveland. The shoot with photographer Linda Silvestri seemed to have went well. “We laughed, we talked, we joked, we shared stories.” “That wasn’t asked for, and I just felt like that was really hurtful and my pictures weren’t good enough to be left alone.” Silvestri responded by telling Liepold she…

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Emily Ratajkowski Forced To Apologise After Insulting And Insensitive Instagram Post

Emily Ratajkowski is without a doubt one of the most beautiful women on the planet. Her flawless features and jaw-dropping physique have seen her become one of the most sought-after models in the business, after she shot to fame after appearing nude in the music video for Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’. But in a recent attempt to promote the company on her Instagram account, Ratajkowski came under fire from users after suggesting…

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Disputed GOP-Nunes memo released with Trump’s approval

(CNN)House Republicans, with the approval of President Donald Trump, on Friday released a disputed GOP intelligence memo that alleges FBI abuses of its surveillance authority. Speaking in the Oval Office Friday, Trump implied the memo revealed political bias at the FBI. He said he believed the purported bias was a “disgrace” and said certain people should be “ashamed of themselves.” Asked whether he retained confidence in Rosenstein or if he…

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The Unpleasant Side-Effect Of Not Having Sex That Could Be Harming Your Vagina

Sex is a risky business. Even if you’re in a monogamous relationship and both you and your partner are certified STI free, it can lead to pregnancy, and, depending on what your bedroom activities involve, injuries (although, admittedly, the latter is rare). If you absolutely want to avoid the downsides of sex, like STIs and unwanted pregnancy, abstinence is recommended as the best course of action. However, it turns out that…

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Ivana Trump says the US President is ‘definitely not racist’

(CNN)US President Donald Trump may occasionally say “silly” things but he’s “definitely not racist,” his first wife Ivana Trump said Monday. ‘Stable genius’ Ivana Trump told the ITV network’s morning show that she didn’t think Trump “is going to do anything irrational,” adding “he’s a stable genius, definitely.” Why journalists are asking ‘Is Trump racist?’

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Princess Eugenie announces engagement

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said Princess Eugenie’s grandparents, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, were “very pleased and wish the couple all the best”. Royal Family tree and line of succession Prince Andrew denies rift over daughters Engagement pictures of the couple, taken in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace, have been released following the announcement. What is a padparadscha sapphire? The 27-year-old is the second daughter of Prince…

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Tesla Expands Sales of Solar Gear at Home Depot

Tesla Inc. is planning a major expansion of its much-anticipated solar roof, said one of the people, who asked not to be identified because the deliberations are private. Tesla, Lowe’s and Home Depot declined to comment on those plans. Home Depot had a previous relationship with SolarCity Corp., the company Tesla acquired in 2016 and has since retired as a brand — with salespeople in some stores trying to generate…

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All The Best Signs We Saw At The Women’s March This Weekend

ICMYI: A couple pretty important things happened this past Saturday, January 20th: 1. Trump, against all odds, managed to reach the first anniversary of his inauguration. 2. The government shut down. (But it’s back open now so we’re chill.) 3. Hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets to protest the molding orange that rots away lives in the White House for the second year in a row. As…

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Fusion co-founder: Dossier author feared Trump was being blackmailed

Washington (CNN)Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the author of the opposition research dossier on then-candidate Donald Trump and Russia was acting on his own volition when he went to the FBI because he was concerned that a presidential candidate was being blackmailed, according to the 312-page transcript of his testimony. “Chris said he was very concerned about whether this represented a national security threat…

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This dystopian photo pretty much sums up the Trump presidency

Sure, things are bad, but it’s not like we’ve gone full dystopia yet.  I mean, our Great Leader isn’t lavishing praise on kowtowing corporations from giant screens while his dutiful lackey looks stone-faced into the distance … Image: MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Ah, yes, I see I spoke too soon. Welcome to just another day in 2018, which is turning out to be as batshit crazy as 2017.  During a press briefing…

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Intel’s CEO sold off $39 million in stock after company was told about security flaw

Intel CEO Brian KrzanichImage: Getty Images Intel’s CEO reportedly sold $24 million worth of company stock and options after being informed of a serious security flaw in its chips — but before the flaw became publicly known.  The stock sale was first reported by Business Insider. SEE ALSO: The most useless gadgets of 2017 In late 2017, Brian Krzanich, who has been chief executive of Intel since May 2013, sold…

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For Trump, this time bankruptcy won’t get him out of a mess

(CNN) “When the going gets tough, the tough get going,” the saying goes. But in Donald Trump’s case, that expression could be amended to: “When the going gets tough, Trump files for bankruptcy” — at least with respect to his ventures that hit especially hard times. All told, Trump-owned companies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection four times between 1991 and 2009. Asked about this during the presidential campaign, Trump…

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I Dated 5 Men At Once And Heres What I Learned About Modern Romance

God & Man When I was in my early twenties, I did something I had never done before: date more than one guy at a time. It all started when I discovered that a film director I had been dating had been dating multiple women (while I was only dating him). He claimed it was due to “insecurity,” said that he felt I was out of his league and told…

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Artie Lange Is Not Ready to Die: F*ck Em All

Its hard being friends with the notoriously demon-plagued comedian Artie Langewhich, full disclosure, I am. This is in no way objective. I truly want the guy to live. I first interviewed Lange in 2006 as part of the New York Posts item about his visiting Crash and Burn). When I interviewed him again on Oct. 30, 2009, it was a longer talk this time, with a few insights that surprised…

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