Food

Starbucks’ Polar Bear Cookies Are Not Cute, Thank You Very Much

Starbucks just can’t seem to catch a break on the Internet. This time? It’s for their cookies. Their polar bear treats make a controversial comeback in the US for the scarf the animal is wearing. Instead of its traditional blue scarves, the bears are decorated with red ones—the worst choice their baker could ever make. Netizens pointed out that the […]

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Fashion

Miley Cyrus Ditches Her Birthday Suit for Baby Clothes in “BB Talk”

If you think Miley Cyrus’ wilder ways have gone away as soon as she stripped off that strap-on penis, think again. Over the weekend, Miley Cyrus just released the music video for “BB Talk,” a new single from her surprise album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.  In the video, she came out looking like Wes Anderson’s flirty solution to boring nursery fashion. “BB Talk” follows her second single “Lighter,” an LSD […]

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Entertainment

Netizens Offer Polarizing Parenting Tips to Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera

Netizens have updated their Internet résumés. Just recently, they’ve assumed the new role of child specialists as they question the parenting skills of royal celebrity couple Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera. In a short video posted on Instagram, baby Zia snoozed and smized her way to dreamland as daddy Dingdong patrolled on a Hovertrax. Netizens were quick to note the tablet […]

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Photography

THE most incredible Kingfisher photo ever taken: we spoke to the photographer who took it!

Alan McFadyen has been a wildlife photographer since 2009 and has spent countless hours capturing the incredible wildlife in his native Scotland. But one photo in particular caught our attention … Read more

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Tech

The 12 Best-Sounding Headphones For Everyone On Your Nice List

slack-imgs-1.com Buying someone else headphones is often easier said than done. Audiophiles are a fickle bunch and even kids know exactly what type of brand/sound they want these days. These headphones I’m recommending run the gamut in affordability ($25 to $1,945) but they all offer something distinctly unique and refreshing. As a general rule, buying headphones online is probably not the best move… Read More

Business

Exit polls show Marine Le Pen’s far-right party is losing big in France

marine le penMichel Spingler/AP

PARIS (Reuters) – Tactical voting by Socialist voters kept Marine Le Pen’s National Front out of power in its three main target regions in French regional elections on Sunday, handing power in all of them to the conservatives of former president Nicolas Sarkozy, exit polls showed.

Le Pen’s far-right, anti-immigration FN won more votes than any other party nationally in last week’s first round, boosted by fears about security and immigration after the attacks in Paris a month ago that killed 130 people.

But after that first round result, the best in the FN’s history, the Socialist Party withdrew its candidates in the north, where Le Pen was the main candidate, and in the south-east, where her niece Marion Marechal-Le Pen was running, urging its supporters to vote for Sarkozy to keep the FN out of power.

Sarkozy’s The Republicans and center-right allies took 57.5 percent of the vote in the northern region, where Le Pen was standing, against her 42.5 percent, the Ifop Fiducial poll for iTELE, Paris Match and Sud Radio showed.

In the southeast, where Marechal-Le Pen was the FN’s lead candidate, the conservatives scored 54.5 percent and the FN 45.5, the poll said.

The turnout in both regions was more than 61 percent, up significantly from the first round, the poll showed.

In the eastern region, where the Socialists did not withdraw but where the FN also did well in the first round, the center right won 48.4 percent against the FN’s 36.4 percent, according to a separate poll by TNS-Sofres-One Point.

If confirmed, the results would be a disappointment for Le Pen, who had hoped to use victories as a springboard for presidential and general elections in 2017.

Results in all of the 13 regions of mainland France were expected later in the evening.

The FN’s first-round breakthrough last week drew strength from fears over Europe’s refugee crisis and the Islamic State militant attacks on Nov. 13.

(Additional reporting by Morade Azzouz and Geert De Clercq; Editing by Andrew Callus and Ros Russell)

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