• Kim Zolciak's Waist Is Tinier Than Cinderella's Thanks to Waist Training

    Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak is the latest celeb to get in on the super-popular waist training trend. The 36-year-old reality star and mother of six took to Instagram on Wednesday to show off her unbelievably tiny waist, which she credits to No Waist Clique. "Soooo you guys finally talked me into trying a waist trainer!" she wrote. "I can't believe how tiny it makes my waist I'm obsessed with @nowaistclique waist trainer and it doesn't show through my clothes!" PHOTOS: Biggest Celebrity Weight Loss Transformations But keep in mind that Zolciak has been open in the past about getting a tummy tuck and breast augmentation after giving birth to twins Kaia Rose and Kane Ren in November 2013. Still, she's one of many stars to recently swear by the corset trend. Kim Kardashian started waist training last August, and her sister Khloe raised eyebrows just last week when she showed off her own colorful Waist Gang Society waist trainer. The super-slim Jessica Alba was an early proponent of the trend, revealing that she wore a double corset for three months to get her famously toned body back after giving birth to her two daughters, Honor, 6, and Haven, 3. "I wore a double corset day and night for three months," Alba told Net-A-Porter magazine in April 2013. "It was sweaty, but worth it. ... It was brutal; it's not for everyone." Though not everyone is a fan. Cinderella star Lily James has come under fire in recent weeks for her tiny waistline in the Disney movie and promotional materials. Critics are crying Photoshop, but the actress claims that it's her natural slim look -- with the aid of a corset of course. "I naturally have a really small waist and then the corset pulls it in and the skirt makes it bigger so I think the perspective makes it look even smaller," James told ET correspondent Jason Dundas at the film's Los Angeles premiere last Sunday. PHOTOS: Kim Zolciak Shows Off Flat Stomach in Incredible Bikini Selfies Watch below:

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  • A grocery chain no one talks about is becoming Whole Foods' biggest threat

    Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are often praised...

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  • Vogelsong allows slam in Giants' win; Hunter Pence hurt

    Ryan Vogelsong gave up a grand slam to Kyle Schwarber, the Cubs first pick of last June's draft, but the San Francisco Giants rallied to beat a Chicago split-squad 8-6 on Thursday. Giants' outfielder Hunter Pence left the game after getting hit by a pitch in the sixth inning. Jeremy Affeldt allowed a run in one inning as the Giants won their first in three exhibition games between the teams.

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  • Which United States Presidents have run the largest budget deficits?

    Take a look at which presidents were in office for the largest budget deficits in U.S. history and how the responsibility for the spending is determined.

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  • Photos: Single mom's $1,000-a-month garage home (20 photos)

    Meet Nicole Jones, single and pregnant, living in a one-car garage in Silicon Valley with her 18-month-old daughter. Click here to read more about her on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • States where the middle class is shrinking fastest • After the panic: How one New Yorker lives happily in 90 square feet • 'Vandog Traveller' converted a van to a home and roams Europe in it

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  • Daughter's Brilliant Response to Parents Trying to Marry Her Off

    It’s not uncommon for Indian parents to write “want ads” for their daughter’s arranged marriage, in an aim to root out the perfect husband. Indhuja Pillai, 24, did just that recently, noting that she’s a “tomboy” who is “not marriage material.” It swiftly went viral, garnering awe, praise, media attention — and more than a few marriage proposals — from all around the world.

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  • Double the Trouble Found Under Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

    Hawaii's big, booming eruptions are born from just under Kilauea volcano's peak, a new study confirms. The results suggest that Kilauea volcano also taps a deeper source, because the shallower magma chambers are too tiny to account for all of the lava that has streamed across the island's surface since 1983. "The amount of magma is very small," said lead study author Aaron Pietruszka, a U.S. Geological Survey geologist based in Denver. The size of both magma chambers adds up to less than half a cubic kilometer (0.12 cubic miles) of molten rock, Pietruszka told Live Science.

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  • The iPad Pro’s display might be unlike anything available on the market

    A plethora of 12.9-inch iPad Pro reports have hit the web in recent days, including reports that Apple has postponed the launch of the device in part because it’s working to fit the larger iPad with a full-sized USB port. That wouldn’t be the only new feature the larger iPad might offer, as Digitimes has learned more details about a different iPad component Apple plans to change — its display. FROM EARLIER: 12.9-inch iPad Pro production reportedly pushed back to September According to the publication’s sources, the company is currently seeking IGZO displays for the 12.9-inch iPad. IGZO, short for indium gallium zinc oxide, could be a very important display technology for the iPad Pro, as such screens can offer improved power efficiency. Improved power efficiency will be

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  • Houston family gives Bobbi Kristina update

    Whitney Houston's family checks in on Bobbi Kristin Brown's 22nd birthday

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  • It's Better to Struggle at a Good School Than to Ace Community College

    Borderline students with marginal SAT scores often have two choices: They could scrape their way into a four-year public university, or they could enroll in community college. "Students should go to the highest-quality institution that is available to them," he says.

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  • Portland woman sues restaurant over treatment during solo Valentine's dinner

    By Shelby Sebens PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - A Portland woman is suing a local restaurant owner and business manager for $100,000, saying she was booted out of the establishment on Valentine's Day because of her race and for dining alone, the woman said on Thursday.  Kathleen Hampton, who filed the lawsuit in Multnomah County Circuit Court last week, said she made reservations for two at Enzo’s Caffe Italiano on Valentine's Day in northeast Portland but ended up going alone when her husband was not hungry.  Hampton said she was seated at a table and given a complimentary glass of wine because she had to wait. Hampton also said she believes she was treated rudely because she is African-American.  “I was just in tears. I’ve never had anything like this happen to me before, especially in my community.”  Restaurant owner Enzo Lanzadoro, who is named in the suit along with business manager Nick Lanzadoro, said that is not what happened.  “Whatever she’s saying is totally fabricated and not true at all,” he told Reuters, adding that he established a policy for Valentine’s Day that the restaurant could have no open seats and so she was asked to move to the bar or outside seating.

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  • Kristin Cavallari Calls Out NFL Player Kyle Long After He Says Olivia Munn is Hotter

    Kristin Cavallari called out her husband's Chicago Bears teammate Kyle Long after he said Olivia Munn was hotter -- read her response here!

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  • 7 Ways to Skimp on a Kitchen Renovation (8 photos)

    Who doesn’t love the idea of a brand-spanking-new kitchen filled with gleaming appliances, flawless cabinets and pristine countertops? Kitchen remodeling top homeowner renovation wish lists—and for good reason. Not only do they make daily living more comfortable, but they increase the resale value of your home. Unfortunately, a full kitchen remodel rings up at a premium. Luckily, budget-friendly DIYers can shave substantial dollars off kitchen renovations, and get a new look at a fraction of the cost. Here's a handful of creative ideas for your next project. | By Donna Boyle Schwartz, BobVila.com

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  • Mexico running out of drug cartel big fish

    One by one, the Mexican government is taking down the country's most notorious drug cartel capos, leaving very few recognizable names on the most wanted list. Big fish with nicknames such as "El Chapo," "La Tuta," "Z-40," "El H" and "El Viceroy" have been captured since President Enrique Pena Nieto took office in December 2012. Zetas drug cartel leader Omar Trevino, alias "Z-42," joined the motley crew of captured capos Wednesday when he was arrested in a wealthy suburb of the northern industrial hub of Monterrey, leaving his gang without a clear successor. His arrest came just five days after the last known leader of the Knights Templar gang, Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, was detained by police in the western state of Michoacan.

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  • This is why we already love MLB's new batter's box rule

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    Batters have to keep one foot in the box this year. Some don't like it. But it's been entertaining so far.

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  • Plane Skids Off Runway and Crashes at NYC Airport

    A plane from Atlanta skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport while landing Thursday, crashing through a chain-link fence and apparently losing its right wing.

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  • 'The gram gotta chill'

    Nahhhhh jo the gram gotta chilleven I'm crying off this oneA photo posted by iMan Shumpert (@imanshumpertthe1st) on Mar 5, 2015 at 7:54am PST

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  • Dad's Text Proves You're Never Too Old to Be a Parent

    Seven years ago, I gave birth to my son, Jack — as a single mom (with no help from his father). When friends came to visit in those early weeks, we all joked that I would get to have my Eat-Pray-Love moment in eighteen years. But that’s bullsh—t.

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  • Whoops! Ryan Howard forgets new batter's box rule, quickly remembers

    If you've tuned in for the first few Philadelphia Phillies games from down in spring training, two of the biggest changes to the rules this season have been on display. The pitch clock out in the outfield takes some getting used to for all involved in watching and playing the game and the not-stepping-out-of-the-batter's-box rule is proving tougher for hitter's to remember. Ryan Howard had a quick slip up yesterday but quickly remembered the new rule.

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  • PFT Live: Adrian Peterson’s Twitter may give hints to future

    Adrian Peterson’s Twitter page now sports photos of him in Vikings gear – which apparently wasn’t there before his meeting with the Minnesota brass. Mike Florio wonders if this is a cryptic hint to the running back’s future and if he’s secretly made a decision about his playing career.

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