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BARRINGTON, R.I. (Reuters) - A male reader who sent a letter to a small Rhode Island newspaper criticizing women who wear yoga pants in public found that snug-fitting pants were the least of his problems as hundreds of people picketed his home and thousands rebuked him on social media.

Ricciardo gives Butler the boot
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 21:35:21 -0400
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Australian Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo laughingly handed Scottish film star Gerard Butler a sweaty boot filled with Red Bull on the U.S. Grand Prix podium on Sunday and demanded he drink.

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chilean President Michelle Bachelet had a rocky go of voting in the nation's local elections on Sunday, having to return to the polls twice after leaving her ID behind and forgetting to sign her name.

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian football fans must tone down their dress and resist chanting or any "joyful activities" if they want to support the Socceroos at their World Cup qualifier with Thailand next month.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A woman in Sacramento, California who this week carried a human skull on a stick through the streets has prompted an investigation into the identity of the deceased and the cause of death, police said on Friday.

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Two goats wander across the roof of Prague's famous Lucerna Palace - the first beneficiaries of a new push to open up public spaces high above the packed streets of a crowded city.

(Reuters) - Bao Bao the female giant panda will leave the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. early next year and move to China under a breeding agreement, officials at the zoo said on Thursday.

(Reuters) - An Arkansas man suspected of robbing a bank and arranging ahead of time to purchase a used motorcycle for a getaway ended up behind bars after he was arrested by the person who managed the sale, a police officer in uniform, police said on Wednesday.

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - "No garlic or garlic-scented items allowed, including perfume," read the house rules of Count Dracula's castle to ensure that Halloween night guests cannot avoid the vampire.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two of America's biggest commercial brands - discount retailer Target and fast-food chain McDonald's - have taken steps to tamp down hysteria stemming from a recent spate of creepy clown sightings in the run-up to Halloween at the end of this month.

LOS ANGELES, Oct 25 (Reuters) - "Hacksaw Ridge", the true story of the first conscientious objector ...
(Reuters) - Reality TV star Kim Kardashian on Monday dropped a defamation lawsuit against a website ...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Good Girls Revolt" is set in 1969, just as the women's movement was taking off...
Siemian and Broncos ruin Osweiler's homecoming
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 04:49:45 -0400
(The Sports Xchange) - Quarterback Trevor Siemian threw for a touchdown and guided four other scorin...
(Reuters) - Despite the Cinderella storylines about two of baseball's underdog franchises reaching t...
(The Sports Xchange) - Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster announced his retirement, effective ...
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