Kylie Jenner Transforms in Paper Magazine: See the Photos!

Years ago, Kim Kardashian posed for Paper Magazine and claimed her revealing photo would break the Internet. Now, Kim’s half-sister has gone ahead and done the same thing for the same publication, but she isn’t trying to break the World Wide Web or anything here. Kylie Jenner is simply trying to break her own mold. The 21-year old mother covers this magazine’s “Transformation” issue, showing off unique and stylish looks that she’s never donned before. Some work out well. Others are a catastrophe. Scroll down to take a glance at all the outfits and then to read some very candid quotes from Kylie as well… 1. The Transformation Kylie Jenner… Read More

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Blue 42: UW Huskies RB Myles Gaskin could see NFL stock rise at combine

Nine UW Huskies are heading to the NFL Combine later this month. Of the nine players going, who would 710 ESPN Seattle’s Jake Heaps invest in? Moore: Franchise tag would be right choice with Frank Clark That was one of the questions answered by the former NCAA and NFL quarterback during Tuesday’s Blue 42 segment on Brock and Salk. Heaps’ answer drew some attention to an ex-Husky that could surprise NFL scouts. “It’s interesting, when you ask this question it’s like OK, who has more room for movement in my opinion?” Heaps said. “That’s the way I look at this. I think Byron Murphy and Taylor Rapp are kind of… Read More

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Manny Machado has agreed to one of the biggest contracts in sports history, but there is growing speculation that Bryce Harper will break the MLB record and surpass $325 million

Manny Machado has agreed to the largest free-agent contract in North American sports history, signing a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres. The record may be short-lived as speculation is growing that Bryce Harper will surpass Giancarlo Stanton’s $325 million contract, the largest for any player in MLB history. Agent Scott Boras may have to get creative to push the final number over the record mark. The Philadelphia Phillies are considered the favorite to land Harper. One of MLB’s major free agents that everybody has been watching has finally signed a contract, and it turns out to be a record, and the next one is expected to… Read More

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Investors are reverting back to the same bad habits that doomed the stock market last year. Here’s what Morgan Stanley says they should be doing instead.

Mike Wilson — Morgan Stanley’s chief US equity strategist — says investors are once again favoring the types of high-flying stocks that were at the forefront of sharp market losses in late 2018. Wilson says that shows investors still have doubts about the health of the global economy, even though stocks have soared this year. While tech and other high-growth industries have surged recently, defensive stocks like utilities are still the top performers since September. Wilson says that’s an additional sign of lingering worries. Stocks have had a stellar start to 2019, and they’ve made a huge recovery since they almost tumbled into a bear market just two months ago.… Read More

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A new iPod is reportedly coming in 2019 (AAPL)

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a new research note over the weekend, detailing upcoming Apple products to be released in 2019. Ming-Chi Kuo is one of the most reliable Apple analysts in the world, and his reports and predictions about Apple’s product pipeline often turn out to be true. Among the many interesting details in the note, Kuo said Apple would release a new iPod Touch this year. The iPod is coming back in 2019. That’s according to Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most reliable Apple analysts in the world. Kuo released a new research note for investors over the weekend, which was obtained by Apple news site 9to5Mac. Kuo’s… Read More

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With just $60, researchers found and tracked NATO troops and even tricked them into disobeying orders

NATO’s Strategic Communications Center of Excellence catfished NATO forces during a military exercise, highlighting key vulnerabilities, Wired reported Monday. Using social media, researchers were able to successfully identify 150 soldiers, locate multiple battalions, track troop movements, and even convince service members to leave their posts and engage in other “undesirable behavior.” The researchers, the so-called “red team” in the exercise, did it all for only $60, demonstrating how easy it is for malign actors like Russia to use online information against allied forces. Enemies can use social media to not only inexpensively find and target NATO forces — but also manipulate them, new research has concluded. Researchers with NATO’s Strategic… Read More

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Israel hosts east European leaders after summit scrapped

JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hosted his Czech, Slovakian and Hungarian counterparts Tuesday in a series of sit-downs that replaced a high-profile summit in Jerusalem that was cancelled over a rift with Poland. The first gathering outside Europe of the Visegrad group was supposed to be a crowning achievement for Netanyahu in his outreach to central and eastern Europe. But it dramatically unraveled over a bitter exchange between Poland and Israel over how to characterize Polish behavior toward its Jewish community during and after World War II. In place of the summit, Netanyahu held back-to-back meetings with Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis and… Read More

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Opioid maker used rap video to push powerful painkiller

BOSTON — Employees at a drug company accused of bribing doctors rapped and danced around a person dressed as a bottle of the highly addictive fentanyl spray in a video meant to motivate sales reps to push the drug. The video was shown to jurors this week in the closely watched trial in Boston of wealthy Insys Therapeutics Inc. Founder John Kapoor and four other onetime executives, including a former exotic dancer who prosecutors say was hired as a regional sales manager even though she had no pharmaceutical experience. They’re charged with scheming to pay doctors bribes and kickbacks in exchange for prescriptions of the opioid meant for cancer patients… Read More

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Bernie Sanders would be the oldest president in US history

Sen. Bernie Sanders announced on Tuesday that he’s running for president in 2020. At age 77, if Sanders were to win he would be the oldest president by seven years – a record that President Trump currently holds. If former Vice President Joe Biden, decides to run, he would also be a contender for oldest president, at age 76. However, there have been rumors that he is concerned about his age affecting his decision to seek the White House. Before Trump, the oldest elected president was Ronald Reagan, who took the oath of office at the age of 69 in 1981. Check out where all the US presidents stand in… Read More

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