• Employee Sent Home After Shorts From Her Own Store Deemed 'Too Revealing,' She Says

    A former JCPenney employee has taken to Twitter to illustrate just how hypocritical dress codes for women can be. “Boss sent me home for wearing 'too revealing' shorts that I bought from the store I work at in the career section,” Sylva Stoel tweeted on Friday. She included a photo of herself in a pair of red shorts that hit at about...

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  • Prince Charles Gave Prince George Possibly The Best Present Ever For His Second Birthday

    The gardens at Highgrove House are certainly big enough for George’s playground. It’s thought that Prince George’s hut looks something like this one.

  • 2016 BMW M6 GT3 Detailed In New Photos And Video

    BMW’s Z4 GT3 race car remains as competitive as ever, having managed to win overall during this past weekend’s Spa 24 Hours and come second overall during May’s Nürburgring 24 Hours. BMW first announced the M6 GT3 racer late last year, and now we have a close look at one of the prototypes. Power comes from the twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 fitted to the M6 road car and several other M-badged machines, with BMW confirming that the engine has only been slightly modified for its outings on the race track.

  • A 2004 email from Jeff Bezos explains why PowerPoint presentations aren't allowed at Amazon

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is not a fan of PowerPoint presentations. Anytime an Amazon worker has an...

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  • Photos: Trump's Park Avenue penthouse (18 photos)

    Billionaire presidential hopeful Donald Trump just sold this penthouse unit of his building Trump Park Avenue for $21 million -- 40 percent less than he'd originally sought a couple of years ago. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Elderly heir marks down mansion $60M, even agrees he'll move out when it sells (36 photos) • From high school teacher to his own private island (43 photos) • Joan Rivers' Marie Antoinette penthouse sells to Mideast royalty (19 photos)

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  • Why Men Become Sexist After Birth of Their First Baby

    Having a child really does change gender roles, says science.

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  • Tom Brady destroyed his cell phone, told NFL he destroys cell phones all the time

    Tom Brady's four-game suspension for the DeflateGate scandal was upheld by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, in part because Brady deliberately destroyed his cell phone, in spite of the fact that the NFL's investigation had requested the phone. On or shortly before March 6, the day that Tom Brady met with independent investigator Ted Wells and his colleagues, Brady directed that the cell phone he had used for the prior four months be destroyed.

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  • Yankees use 11-run inning in 21-5 comeback win at Texas

    New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi figures he will never see another game like this one, especially after trailing 5-0 in the first inning. The Yankees charged back in a hurry, with an 11-run second inning and 8 1-3 hitless innings of relief to overcome the Texas Rangers 21-5 on Tuesday night. ''Strange,'' Girardi said.

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  • 'Full House' All Grown Up! This Is What Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse's Twins Look Like Now

    Fuller House is filling out nicely! Filming for Netflix's Full House spin-off is underway, and while Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have not signed on to return (at least for now!), Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit are apparently back to reprise their roles as Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse's twins, Nicky and Alex! The two brothers have also turned into fine young gentlemen in the years since the show aired. WATCH: 'Fuller House' Begins Filming! Which Star Broke Down in Tears On Set? For 10k followers! I know I'm late but thanks guys <3 you all @DC_Wilhoit pic.twitter.com/x0OPF79HfG— Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (@BlakeTW) March 26, 2014 Dylan broke the news that he would be returning on his Instagram, posting a picture of a Fuller House script, with the caption, "What?" Instagram PHOTOS: The '90s Are Back! Retro Reboots Coming to Your TV And since we can't imagine Nicky without Alex, many presume his brother, now a firefighter, will be back as well. So, I saved a turtle. I named him Broseidon pic.twitter.com/l1rGRE0bKG— Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (@BlakeTW) December 16, 2014 John Stamos also posted a script picture confirming what true believers have always known, writing, "Becky and Jesse together Forever." WATCH: The 'Full House' Cast Performs the Classic Theme Song Oh, and the sideburns are back, too. "And we're back! Same sideburns- different decade," Stamos wrote. The cast has been getting pretty emotional, especially now that production has started. Candace Cameron Bure, who is back as D.J. Tanner, talked to ET about all the memories she experienced when filming began. NEWS: Jodie Sweetin on 'Fuller House': 'We're Going to Breathe Life Into Their Characters' "I went in and opened that door and I smelled that smell – it was like the floodgates of memories from being 10 to 18 just washed over me, and I just cried!" she said. "It was sensory overload and nostalgia and memories. It was incredible." Check out all the cast photos below!

  • House to Obama: Fire the Head of the IRS or We’ll Impeach Him

    The continuing war of words between the Republicans in the House of Representatives and the leadership of the Internal Revenue Service escalated dramatically late Monday, when the Chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued an ultimatum to President Obama: Fire IRS John Koskinen, or the House will move ahead with Contempt of Congress charges and, perhaps, impeachment. The Oversight Committee has since 2013 been investigating the targeting of conservative groups by the IRS in the year prior to the 2012 presidential election. The agency has been accused of singling out conservative-leaning groups that applied for tax-exempt status, thereby making it difficult for them to organize opposition to President Obama and other Democratic candidates.

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  • Fallin: Daughter's trailer at governor's mansion must go

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said Tuesday she was trying to be a good mother when she let her daughter park a "nice trailer" on the grounds of the governor's mansion, but that the vehicle runs afoul of an obscure state regulation and Christina Fallin must move the home on wheels.

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  • VIDEO: Houston Parents Break Into Locked Daycare to Rescue Son, Center Later Apologizes

    A daycare center in Houston accidentally locked a baby inside after closing, and the boy's frantic parents broke in to rescue the tot, the boy's mom told ABC News, an incident for which the center reportedly later apologized.Sharonda Ross, 30, said she was "in shock" to discover that her 10-month old son, Jordan, was alone inside Joann's Day Care around 6:45 p.m. Monday."I was thinking this isn't happening. I'm dreaming," she told ABC News. "I'm going to wake up and it's going to be a dream. I'm just at a loss for words. ...

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  • Want to Be a Billionaire? Solve One of These 5 Problems

    The next batch of billionaires will make their fortunes by solving some of humanities biggest problems. And there are a lot of them to swing at.

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  • Seattle officer who arrested black man with golf club should be fired: watchdog probe

    A white Seattle officer should be fired for biased and improper policing after she arrested an elderly black man using a golf club as a cane during a walk last summer, the director of a police watchdog group said on Tuesday. The Office of Professional Accountability found Seattle patrol officer Cynthia Whitlatch engaged in biased policing, among other policy violations, when she arrested William Wingate, now 70, last July, the group's civilian director Pierce Murphy said. The recommendations come after a U.S. District Court approved new de-escalation policies for the Seattle police department, which has been under federal monitoring for excessive force.

  • Rumored threats of gang violence in South Los Angeles spread on social media

    Rumored threats of gang violence are spreading on social media under the #100Days100Nights.

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  • AT&T says it didn’t do anything wrong when it throttled your ‘unlimited’ data

    AT&T is as mad as hell and it’s not going to take it anymore! The Hill reports that AT&T this week hit back at the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to fine the carrier $100 million for deceiving consumers when it throttled their “unlimited” data plans. RELATED: T-Mobile will slow down your ‘unlimited’ LTE data in some circumstances – here are the details “The Commission’s findings that consumers and competition were harmed are devoid of factual support and wholly implausible,” AT&T wrote in a filing with the FCC. “Its ‘moderate’ forfeiture penalty of $100 million is plucked out of thin air, and the injunctive sanctions it proposes are beyond the Commission’s authority.” AT&T may deny that its network management practices harmed consumers but

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  • 10 simple tips for making your home wifi network faster

    You might only have a network connection in one spot, but long network cables can be pretty cheap, and moving your router can dramatically improve performance. If they're both slow, then talking to your ISP or upgrading your plan might help.

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  • Lightning Round: It will bounce back hard with oil

    Jim Cramer provides his opinion on caller favorite stocks, including this popular oil play.

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  • Heartwarming: Policewoman Buys Homeless Man Breakfast And Sits On Kerb To Eat With Him

    This is the moment a kind-hearted policewoman sat down to eat at the side of the road with a homeless man she had just bought breakfast for. Sitting on a kerb at a petrol station in Ocala, Florida, Sergeant Erica Hay looks over at her eating partner as he unwraps his food. Sgt Hay had just left a meeting at her headquarters when she spotted the man and bought an extra sandwich and coffee from Dunkin Donuts to give to him on the way back.

  • Ancient Huts May Reveal Clues to Earth's Magnetic Pole Reversals

    The fiery demise of ancient huts in southern Africa 1,000 years ago left clues to understanding a bizarre weak spot in the Earth's magnetic field — and the role it plays in the magnetic poles' periodic reversals. Patches of ground where huts were burned down in southern Africa contain a key mineral that recorded the magnetic field at the time of each ritual burning. "It has long been thought reversals start at random locations, but our study suggests this may not be the case," John Tarduno, a geophysicist from the University of Rochester in New York and lead author of the paper, said in a statement.