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May 20, 2014. TV personality Kim Kardashian holds her daughter North, in her arms as she shops in Paris.Reuters

Kim Kardashian has been house hunting in New York City for properties worth up to $18 million with a serious entourage in tow, including her mother Kris Jenner, sister Kendall Jenner and a reality TV crew reports The New York Post.

Ironically, for someone whose entire life is documented for public consumption, Kim’s home search is “all about privacy,” says the newspaper.

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Nudists, Christina "Tina" and Chris giving an interview on "Buying Naked."TLC/ Discovery Communications

Nudists need homes too, right? Of course, but they may have some unique home specifications.

That’s the premise of TLC’s new show, “Buying Naked.” The series follows nudist real estate agent Jackie Youngblood and her team as they help nudists find homes in the “Nudist Capital of North America,” a.k.a Pasco County, Florida.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers a keynote address during a luncheon in Edmonton, Alberta on Wednesday June 18, 2014.AP

A woman who says she was raped as a 12-year-old girl by an Arkansas man who was defended by a young novice defense attorney named Hillary Clinton says the future presidential candidate smeared her to get her attacker off with a light sentence.

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Beast, the now 52-year-old woman, whose name was withheld by the publication out of concern for her privacy, said she still harbors anger toward Clinton.

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  • Photograph published with 'notorious' bottoms of Khloe and Kim Kardashian
  • Pictures - refused by the British media - were sold to 'highest bidder'
  • European magazines have printed topless and pregnant pictures of the duchess in the past

ByMartin Robinson

Published: 11:01 EST, 26 May 2014 | Updated: 13:36 EST, 26 May 2014

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The backbone of investigative forensics in the 21st Century is the database.1 And of all information gathering techniques, genetic databanking has become the holy grail of prosecutions and the last resort for exonerations. It is both the cause of and solution to many problems in the administration of justice. Thus, DNA forensics highlights the longstanding tension between scientific understanding and legal reasoning.

While DNA's scientific reputation is very near to magic, its forensic applications are subject to the faults and limitations of every kind of evidence offered as proof in a court of law.

PowerballA few weeks ago, I began to think we had given up.

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FBIIt’s soap opera at its best.  Far better than any soap on TV. 


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