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Kate Middleton's plush homes before she was royal revealed

The Duchess of Cambridge splits her time between her homes at Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall, alongside her husband Prince William and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Even before Kate Middleton became a royal, she lived in a number of breathtaking properties. From the student...

Falsely Accused? Here's How to Respond. Most People Do the Opposite, Harvard Study Finds

People who are falsely accused tend to get angry--which makes others believe that they are indeed guilty. Those are the highly frustrating results of a new study from researchers at Harvard. If you're an employer, you need to watch out for your own instincts, which could lead you to assume an innocent person has done something wrong. And, importantly, you should use this information to temper your own reactions if you're ever falsely accused yourself.
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65-inch and 55-inch 4K TVs are so cheap at Walmart it might be a mistake

It’s never a bad time to upgrade your home theater setup with one of the great 4K TV deals now on offer, especially with all the 4K content that’s being released for your viewing pleasure. If you’re in the market for a new 4K TV, you should check out Walmart TV deals, which are one of the most reliable sources for offers that will be perfect for you no matter your budget.

Triple H Gives an Update on William Regal Following NXT TakeOver: In Your House

William Regal left NXT fans in a panic on Sunday night when he closed out NXT TakeOver: In Your House by teasing it was "time for a change." This led fans to believe that he might be getting replaced as general manager of the NXT brand, a position he's held for the past seven and has been widely praised for. There's also a theory going around that Regal's departure will be how WWE brings Samoa Joe in to take over the role. Triple H was asked about Regal's status during the post-show conference call.
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Vikings finally put an end to lengthy Danielle Hunter saga

The Minnesota Vikings have temporarily ended a lengthy contract dispute with star defensive end Danielle Hunter by reworking his current deal. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Hunter will now receive $5.6 million of money owed this year as a signing bonus. The Vikings are also giving Hunter an $18 million roster bonus early in the 2022 league year, which could either result in a nice sum or a new deal, something Hunter has been chasing for quite some time.
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Lakers star LeBron James’ two-emoji reaction to number change

Clearly, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James thought it was time for a change. It was announced last week that he would officially wear No. 6 next season after flaunting No. 23 for the last three seasons. The Lakers acknowledged the change on Monday, with LeBron James responding with two emojis only:
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Passengers and crew scramble to restrain man attempting to open door of Delta flight

Witnesses have described the terrifying moment crew asked for ‘strong men’ to help subdue a passenger who tried to open a door on a Delta flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta.An eyewitness said on Twitter that passenger grabbed the public addresss system in the front galley and made an announcement telling others to take their seats and to be prepared to put on their oxygen masks, before attempting to force open the door.Someone tried hijacking our plane from LAX to ATL— AB (@alifuckingburns) June 12, 2021The passenger appeared to be wearing an orange life jacket.In response, flight attendants asked...
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Valley mother, 2 kids killed in multi-vehicle crash

Courtney Lonergan was driving her two eldest kids to their new job as lifeguards when they were involved in a multi-vehicle crash that killed them on Thursday afternoon. “She was here for the kids,” said Lonergan’s boyfriend Ryan Meeks. Lonergan was everything to her three children, Ali Geer, 18, Almira...
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Nikola Jokic drops truth bomb on who’s to blame for Nuggets’ 3-0 deficit vs. Suns

Nikola Jokic is not playing the blame game even after the Denver Nuggets fell to a frustrating 3-0 hole in their playoffs series against the Phoenix Suns. After Friday’s contest that saw the Nuggets give the Suns a 116-102 win, Jokic instead took the blame and admitted that he needs to be better if they want any chance of winning a game–much more if they want to come back from the deficit.