Demi Lovato Looks Super Smokin’ In This Sultry Bedroom Snap!

Looking good!

Demi Lovato brought out her A-game on Wednesday as she posed for a sultry snap on Instagram. The Stone Cold singer let her curves do the talking as she left the image (above) captionless. We see you, girl!

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And it appears as though the hitmaker’s fans have also noticed her seXXXy bedroom pic as several of her followers have commented on the picture. One fan put it perfectly as they wrote:

“What a gorgeous babe

Dutch bike lock disables smartphones while on the move

When the lock is open, the phone is well and truly closed

Plenty of time and effort has been dedicated to reducing the number of car accidents caused by smartphones, but drivers aren’t the only road users susceptible to distraction. To keep cyclists focused on the road, Dutch telecom company KPM has teamed up with the Dutch Traffic Safety Association to develop a smart bike lock that disables the rider’s phone while on the move.

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‘I buried my smallest one under a bush': starvation and sorrow in South Sudan | Jason Burke

When Mary Cholil sought food and shelter after her village was torched, her three-year-old daughter died. In a country ravaged by hunger and conflict, such tragedies have become all too familiar

The news spreads fast during the day. The raiders are coming. Two columns of fighters, each thousands strong, armed with assault rifles.

“We will fight them. We will take our guns and defend ourselves,” says Simon Logocho, a stall holder in a scruffy market in Pibor, a remote town in eastern South Sudan.

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50 Stories: On The Air From The Air

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — In this week’s 50 Stories podcast, Wayne Cabot talks about being on the air from the air.

Find more 50th anniversary special features here, and be sure to follow the station on Facebook and Twitter.

He sits down with Chopper 880 pilots Tom Kaminski and Mike Dillon, with cameos from Neal Busch.

PHOTOS: Early Chopper Shots | Modern Chopper Shots

Together, they have been our eyes in the sky for decades, with a bird’s eye view of all the action below.

 

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ICYMI: Arrow’s Stephen Amell SAVAGELY Claps Back At Internet Body Shamers!

Stephen Amell has NO time for body shamers.

Earlier this week, the Arrow actor took to Twitter after haters on the internet started calling him “fat” over one unflattering photo online. Oh snap!

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The TV hunk started getting shade not long after he uploaded THIS pic of himself and his cousin, fellow actor Robbie Amell, playing baseball with the Toronto Blue Jays:

Okay, so the snap isn’t flattering, but Stephen is in NO WAY fat. And it looks like Amell agrees with us as he SAVAGELY clapped back at his body shamers. He wrote:

Well, damn. Remind us to never mess with Stephen. In case you forgot, the 36-year-old more than crushed the American Ninja Warrior course back in May for Red Nose Day.

At the end of the day, it doesn’t appear as though Amell is taking the hate too seriously as he jokingly requested (below) that his trainer send him more workouts.

LOLz. What do YOU think?? Was Stephen’s defense too much or just right??

SOUND OFF in the comments (below)!

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Knicks Select 18-Year-Old Point Guard Ntilikina At No. 8

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Knicks may have found their point guard of the future.

New York used the No. 8 pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft on French import Frank Ntilikina.

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The 18-year-old, who experts believe is capable of playing both backcourt positions, has played this season with SIG Strasbourg of the LNB Pro A in France. At 6-foot-5 and 170 pounds, Ntilikina has a near-7-foot wingspan. Some have said his offensive game will take time to develop, especially within the triangle offense, but his defensive prowess is believed to be among the best in the draft.

“What I will bring to the Knicks, is actually a lot of hope,” said Ntilikina, who was set to return to France for Game 5 of his French league’s championship series. “I think I’m a player who will trust the process, work hard, and definitely try to be the best player I can be, who will give energy. I think I’m a team point guard and shooting guard actually. I’ll just try to make my teammates be better every day, and I think I can play defense, too.”

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Frank Ntilikina walks on stage with NBA commissioner Adam Silver after being drafted eighth overall by the New York Knicks during the first round of the NBA draft on June 22, 2017, at Barclays Center. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Ntilikina started 18 of 31 French Pro A games and averaged 5.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 18.5 minutes. He shot 47.3 percent from the field and hit 40.4 percent behind the 3-point line.

Knicks president Phil Jackson had mentioned the possibility of moving up a couple of spots in the draft with a blockbuster trade, but instead stood pat.

“It was one that I think we had to think about, argue about as staff,” Jackson said of possible trades. “I like (the) size of this young man. I like his aptitude for the game, athleticism and actually the ability to incorporate himself in a winning type of a situation.”

The Knicks also have two second-round picks, Nos. 44 and 58 overall.

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Earlier in the day, the Knicks were reportedly listening to offers for power forward/center Kristaps Porzingis. The Boston Celtics appeared to be in the running, but later dropped out because Jackson’s asking price was said to be astronomical.

In the second round, the Knicks used the 44th overall pick on University of Houston shooting guard Damyean Dotson. The 6-foot-5 Dotson averaged 17.4 points and 6.9 rebounds last season. He began his college career at Oregon, but was dismissed from the team after he was accused of sexual assault. The charges, however, were dropped.

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DJI drone buying guide: Spark, Mavic or Phantom?

Which DJI drone is best for you?

Plenty of companies are jostling to get drones in the air, but in our experience over the last few years, DJI has always managed to keep a step ahead. With the entry-level Spark just launched, the company now has a drone for everyone from amateur aviators to pro pilots. To help you pick which model is best for you, New Atlas is rounding up and comparing the whole DJI line.

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