• Kylie Jenner Posts Her Raciest Bikini Pictures Yet

    If you thought Kylie Jenner's strappy monokini earlier this month was pushing the limits, you haven't seen anything yet. The 17-year-old reality star posted weekend pics of her hitting the pool at Scott Disick's mansion on Sunday, and it's safe to say all eyes were on her in the skimpy black Issa de' mar bikini she sported for the occasion. "Thanks @goldteethgod for the necklace of my G wagon," she wrote alongside this selfie of her bikini bod. But it's pretty safe to say nobody's looking at her jewelry right? PHOTOS: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Bods The part-time model was clearly feeling her latest look, posting another bikini selfie of her an hour later, this time a full-body angle. "Ok I'm done," she acknowledged. Kylie's mature appearance has caused controversy before, particularly when it comes to the rumors that she's dating 25-year-old rapper Tyga. The two haven't done much to dispel the romance rumors, with Tyga recently Instagramming that the youngest Jenner sister "captured heart." But despite Kylie's young age, one thing's for sure -- she's already making great business decisions. Earlier this month, she and her big sister Kendall announced their own mobile game, no doubt hoping to follow in the footsteps of their half-sister Kim's amazingly successful Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app. NEWS: It Takes Kylie Jenner 40 Minutes a Day to Get Her Famous Lips Watch below to find out all about the Jenner sisters' new venture.

  • Rematch with Kentucky 'another 40 minutes' for Badgers

    Kentucky knocked Wisconsin out of last year's NCAA tournament in a classic Final Four game that ended when Aaron Harrison hit a game-winning 3-pointer with seven seconds remaining to advance his Wildcats to the national championship game and end the Badgers' great run. One year later, the game will be played in Indianapolis, not Dallas, but it's still Wisconsin, it's still Kentucky and it's still the Final Four. The Badgers have been on a mission to return to this spot, and so far, the mission has been accomplished. So maybe it shouldn't have been too surprising when Bo Ryan walked into the locker room after an Elite Eight win and saw a team ready to move on to the next step.

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  • Lincoln Continental, the car of presidents, is returning

    DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — Elvis Presley had one; so did Clark Gable. It was even the sedan of presidents. Then the name vanished amid an invasion of newer luxury cars from Europe and Asia.

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  • 7 Life Events That Can Lead To Divorce

    The life events that can sometimes lead to divorce—and how to protect your relationship from their harmful effects.

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  • Brock Lesnar just destroyed EVERYBODY on Monday Night Raw

    WWE needed to get creative with Monday Night Raw following Wrestlemania and they somehow found a way to keep the energy level at a max following the Sunday night show. Brock Lesnar thought he was getting a Championship rematch, then ABSOLUTELY LOST IT when that didn't happen. He flipped the announce table, delivered an F5 to commentator Michael Cole, then set his sights on a ringside cameraman who got TWO F5's for his trouble. Lesnar was "suspended" by WWE for his actions, according to Stephanie McMahon.

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  • Outrageous Public Pensions Could Bankrupt These States

    Some of the worst public-sector pension problems in America are playing out in states and cities where legislation or local court rulings have granted extraordinary protections to workers’ retirement benefits—far beyond those enjoyed by private-sector employees. Illinois officials, for instance, are awaiting a ruling from the state’s Supreme Court on a suit by workers seeking to overturn the legislature’s 2013 pension reforms. If the court, which has previously refused to allow any changes to retirement plans for retirees or current workers, throws out the reforms, Illinois will face $145 billion in higher taxes over the next three decades just to pay off the debt, according to a report by the Civic Committee of Chicago. One can see a glimpse of Illinois’s possible future in Arizona.

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  • The tech backlash against Indiana is growing as companies pull out of a big conference there

    The Indy Big Data conference is becoming a...

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  • We Just Got Some Ugly Numbers out of Texas

    There's been a lot of debate about how well the Texas economy will hold up in light of collapsing oil prices. The report included several comments from local business executives referencing the drop in oil.

  • Photos: San Francisco house wrecked by squatters (39 photos)

    The listing agent said she "almost started to cry" when she saw the deterioration of this San Francisco house, occupied by squatters in the last year or so. She priced it as a "contractor's special" at $799,000 -- but it sold for $1,210,000, all cash, and not to an investor but to a young family. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Vacationing family stumbles across abandoned French chateau, decides to restore it (55 photos) • Silicon Valley single mom lives in one-car garage for $1,000 a month (20 photos) • Rundown trailer is $1.2M, after price increase (11 photos)

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  • If you don’t like Apple’s new MacBook, Steve Jobs has a message for you

    Though Apple’s recently unveiled 12-inch Retina MacBook has largely elicited positive feedback, not everyone has good things to say about the most recent addition to Apple’s notebook line. Given some of the compromises Apple made in order to get the device so incredibly thin, some of the complaints we’ve seen — it’s underpowered; one USB C port isn’t enough; MagSafe was awesome — aren’t completely out of left field. DON’T MISS: Samsung Galaxy S6 review But as Tim Cook recently stated, part of ensuring success is having the confidence and guts to make bets on the future, even if it means abandoning beloved technologies. Interestingly enough, for anyone taking a pessimistic view of Apple’s new MacBook, an old Steve Jobs interview from 2010 during

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  • WWE In Stranglehold Following Wrestlemania For Second Year In A Row

    Joel Elconin is the co-host of Benzinga's #PreMarket Prep , a daily trading idea radio show. World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: WWE ) 'A' shares were trading lower by $2.15 (14 percent) at $14.37 ...

  • Chile's Villarrica volcano is heating up (12 photos)

    Chile is issuing an alert over increased activity at Villarrica volcano. The 9,000-foot (2,847-meter) volcano is located in Chile's central valley some 400 miles (670 kilometers) south of Santiago. It's one of South America's most active, and it has a lava lake within its crater. Tens of thousands of people live nearby, and it's a popular tourist and skiing destination. National volcanic surveillance chief Luis Lara said Monday that "there's a high chance of active eruptive activity." Meanwhile, the national emergency office says it has been preparing plans in case evacuations are necessary. (AP) Find more news-related pictures in our photo galleries and follow us on Tumblr.

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  • U.S. Supreme Court: If You're Being GPS-Tracked, You're Being Searched

    If the government puts a GPS tracker on you, your car, or any of your personal effects, it counts as a search—and is therefore protected by the Fourth Amendment. The Supreme Court clarified and affirmed that law on Monday, when it ruled on Torrey Dale Grady v. North Carolina, before sending the case back to that state’s high court. The Court’s short but unanimous opinions helps make sense of how the Fourth Amendment, which protects against unreasonable search and seizure, interacts with the expanding technological powers of the U.S. government. Putting that tracking device on a car or a person is a search,” said Jennifer Lynch, a senior staff attorney at the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF).

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  • Khloe Kardashian Rubs Down With Pregnancy Beauty Products, Explains More of Her Makeup Routine

    Khloe Kardashian revealed her top beauty products and techniques to Into the Gloss; find out what she uses maternity cream for

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  • Oil could fall below $30 a barrel, but here’s why that’s a good thing

    Oil futures could fall as far as the mid-$20s before establishing a bottom, but the drop in energy prices is a long-term positive for stocks, says Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Partners.

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  • 9 Gorgeous Photos That Capture The Magical First 24 Hours Of Motherhood

    Over the past five years, British photographer and mom of two Jenny Lewis has been documenting a particularly special moment in motherhood: the first day. Lewis' new photo book One Day Young showcases the stunning pictures of mothers in London's Hackney borough -- all posing with their newborn babies during their first 24 hours of life."Having...

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  • China, Japan, S.Korea halt Thai air route expansion on safety concerns

    By Khettiya Jittapong and Manunphattr Dhanananphorn BANGKOK (Reuters) - China has joined South Korea and Japan in stopping Thailand-based airlines from flying charters and new routes because of safety concerns highlighted by an international audit, Thai officials said on Monday. The move will come as a blow to Thai air carriers that have just begun to recover after a poor 2014 when political protests slashed the number of tourists visiting the Southeast Asian country. About 100 charter flights to Japan alone have been cancelled and some 30,000 tickets either refunded or modified, Somchai Piputwat, the director general of Thailand's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), told reporters on Monday. Budget carriers have been worst hit, Thai officials said, though national carrier Thai Airways International , which is in the midst of a major restructuring, has also been prevented from expanding because of the halt.

  • North Korea threatens strike against UN rights office in Seoul

    North Korea has threatened "merciless punishment" against South Korea if it goes ahead with plans to open a UN field office in Seoul for monitoring the North's human rights record. The United Nations first proposed opening the field office in May last year, following a searing report by a UN commission that concluded North Korea was committing human rights violations "without parallel in the contemporary world".

  • Here's Everything the Galaxy S6 Edge's Curved Screen Does

    What does the "Edge" on the Galaxy Edge actually do? Four things.

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  • WATCH: Usain Bolt's 2-in-1 Decline Sit-Up with Bench Press

    Among other things, the "World's Fastest Man" is gearing up to race in New York City in June. It will be the first time he races there since he set

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