Meet The New First Lady Of America, Kim Kardashian West and Her Daughter North West

For the latest cover of Interview Magazine, Kim Kardashian channels Jackie Kennedy Onassis with daughter North West. The mother and daughter are portrayed as the first lady and first daughter in the September issue. In the interview, Kim talks about everything from filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians to raising children in the limelight. Read excerpts: On her raising mix raced children, she shared the following: I’m very conscious of it. Kanye always has his family around and people who look like my daughter—that’s important to me. She’s obsessed with…

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Your Rights as a Tenant in Nigeria

There is a reason why “my landlord problem” is a topic high on the list of prayer points submitted by members in churches across the country. If you have lived in a rental property at some point…or perhaps you are currently living in one at the moment, you know firsthand that selecting and living in a rental property (whether alone or with friends, colleagues or family) is not easy …at all. Even if you have been extremely cautious with your selection, followed all the required steps and moved in smoothly,…

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Taylor Swift Teases Fans With ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ Video

Hours after Taylor Swift dropped her vengeful new track “Look What You Made Me Do,” the singer hit Instagram to preview the single’s video, which will debut Sunday during the MTV Video Music Awards. The short teaser shows four excerpts from the video, including Swift biting into a diamond necklace while sitting on a gold throne, the singer sitting atop and swinging in a giant birdcage, Swift standing in a opulent room with eight dancers behind her and, in the opening seconds, what appears to be a slow-motion car accident.…

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The Truth About Apple Cider Vinegar

Despite the hype in the health and wellness community surrounding apple cider vinegar, a nutrition expert says most of its alleged medical benefits have not been proven. Cindy Lai, a surf instructor and apple cider vinegar enthusiast, told ABC News that she drinks one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar a day for her health, and also uses it in her hair after she goes surfing. “It’s something to get my metabolism going in the morning, but it also makes me feel good,” Lai said, adding that she drinks it “in…

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$758.7 million Powerball Winner Already Broke One Rule

For 53-year-old Mavis Wanczyk, the newly minted winner of Wednesday night’s $758.7 million Powerball jackpot drawing, life is about to get crazy. And that might be putting it mildly. “She better get ready. She’s going to be hit up for investment opportunities, charity requests, even people she knows are going to come to her,” said Jason Kurland, an attorney at Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, a law firm in East Meadow, New York. “She has an insane amount of money now.” Wanczyk’s lucky windfall — the odds of matching all…

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Coincidence, Conspiracy or Confidential? Here Is Why #Buhari444 Is Trending

#Buhari444 is trending on social media as a result of a data analyst’s video and short article and video. Here’s what Jide Ogunsanwo wrote: Analysis of President Muhammadu Buhari‘s Speech on the 21st August 2017 by Babajide Ogunsanwo* The Mystery Code *444* You might have heard of the name Jay Z – King of Hip Hop Exactly 4 years after the release of his last album, his new album is titled – 4:44 Jay Z, born on the 4th, married Beyonce on the 4th day of the 4th month of…

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Microsoft’s Speech Recognition System Hits A New Accuracy Milestone

Microsoft announced today that its conversational speech recognition system has reached a 5.1% error rate, its lowest so far. This surpasses the 5.9% error rate reached last year by a group of researchers from Microsoft Artificial Intelligence and Research and puts its accuracy on par with professional human transcribers who have advantages like the ability to listen to text several times. Both studies transcribed recordings from the Switchboard corpus, a collection of about 2,400 telephone conversations that have been used by researchers to test speech recognition systems since the early 1990s.…

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Veteran Entertainer and Philanthropist Jerry Lewis dies at 91

Comedian, actor, singer, director, and philanthropist Jerry Lewis died on Sunday morning, TMZ reports. He fronted more than 50 movies and directed some of our favorite comedies including The Nutty Professor, The Bellboy, and Rock-A-bye baby. He became the highest-paid person ever to star in a Broadway show at the time, at a reported $40,000 a week. Jerry was also the host of the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon on Labor Day weekend from 1966 to 2010. He was a prominent activist for Muscular Dystrophy patients and from that show, he made raised over…

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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 6: Seeing Is Believing

In a cozy ship’s cabin on Sunday, the two designated world-savers of “Game of Thrones” shared sexy-time gazes and a pledge to fight together for the future of humankind. “You have to see it to know,” Daenerys Targaryen told Jon Snow, referring to the zombie apocalypse preparing to descend upon Westeros. “Now I know.” The thing is, she doesn’t know the half of it. Sunday’s episode, a mostly thrilling 70 minutes of icy battles and tense confrontations, was largely about the various players learning the scale of their adversaries, whether…

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Big Ben to go Silent for 5 Years

Big Ben, the world famous clock located in Elizabeth Tower in the UK will go silent until 2021 while it undergoes repairs. The tower, which was last renovated about 30 years ago, is in dire need of repairs. Officials say it will have to stay silent while repairs go on as its chiming will damage the repairmen’s ears. According to BBC, while the repair work is ongoing, an electric motor will drive the clock hands, so it will continue to tell the time. NBC News reports that the repairs will cost £29m.…

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BBC Launches Pidgin Service

The British Broadcasting Corporation on Monday launched BBC Pidgin, the first African digital service as part of the biggest expansion of the World Service since the 1940s. The new digital service is aimed at younger and female audiences with social media playing a key role and will also feature BBC Minute, broadcasting six times a day, with a round up of the world in 60 seconds. It will provide news, current affairs and analysis of Nigeria, West and Central Africa as well as international news from the BBC’s global network…

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#PresidentialBroadcast: President Buhari’s Speech On His Return From Medical Vacation

Here’s President Muhammadu Buhari broadcast to the nation delivered Monday, August 21, 2017, two days after his return to Nigeria following his medical vacation in London. ** BROADCAST BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI, AUGUST 21, 2017. My dear citizens, 1. I am very grateful to God and to all Nigerians for their prayers. I am pleased to be back on home soil among my brothers and sisters. 2. In the course of my stay in the United Kingdom, I have been kept in daily touch with events at home. Nigerians are…

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