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Source: Fox News

Group skinny-dip just one tale from NY's 'nastiest' multimillion-dollar divorce

Sunday 13:34 GMT

During visiting weekend at her children’s two camps in Maine, she was moaning to her well-heeled friends about the divorce.

It was Fourth of July weekend, but the fireworks were going off inside David and Libbie Mugrabi’s $3.75 million home in Water Mill, LI. According to a female houseguest, Libbie barged into a bedroom where the woman was packing up her belongings.

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Source: Common Domain

The Tyranny of the Elf on the Shelf: Where to Put Him Tonight?

Sunday 23:39 GMT

In “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition,” a 2005 book by Carol Aebersold and her daughter, Chanda Bell, a “Scout Elf” tells of how he leaves a child’s home each night to report back to Santa.

A beloved Christmas tradition puts pressure on parents to keep coming up with creative scenarios; some adults wish he’d go back to Santa for good.

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Source: Common Domain

HQ Trivia Co-Founder Dies of Apparent Drug Overdose

Sunday 23:39 GMT

NEW YORK—The co-founder of the popular HQ Trivia web app was found dead of an apparent drug overdose Sunday morning in his Manhattan apartment, authorities said.

Mr. Kroll’s HQ Trivia launched in August 2017, quickly becoming a pastime for thousands of people who sought to win cash for correctly answering trivia questions. While the city’s medical examiner hasn’t determined an official cause of his death, officers found cocaine and heroin near Mr. Kroll’s body, leading them to believe he died of a drug overdose.

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Source: Fox News

How Charles Barkley became unlikely friends with cat litter scientist and superfan

Sunday 11:44 GMT

A heartfelt story about the unlikely and enduring friendship between a cat litter scientist and NBA star Charles Barkley has gone viral.

CHARLES BARKLEY SLAMS TIGER WOODS AND PHIL MICKELSON MATCH: ‘THIS IS SOME CRAPPY GOLF’. Lin told his daughter he thinks the two became friends because they had good conversations.


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