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Braless Rita Ora yanks down shirt in 'pure filth' exposé

Braless Rita Ora yanks down shirt in 'pure filth' exposé

Entertainment
InstagramBRALESS BEAUTY: Rita Ora flaunted her breast appeal when she yanked down her topThe Your Song warbler threatened to break the internet yesterday when she posted a cleavage-cramming snap of herself wearing sheer lingerie.                                        ** RITA ORA YOUR SONG TOPLESS VIDEO **And Rita has set pulses racing yet again, taking to Instagram with another risqué peepshow.Teasing her 12.1 million followers, the blonde bombshell shared a picture of herself going sans bra in an unbuttoned shirt.Amping up the sex appeal, the former X Factor judge pulled down one side of her top and revealed her bare chest.InstagramBOOBS ON FLEEK: The blonde bombshell isn't afraid to whip out her goodiesRita Ora's sexiest snaps Singer Rita Ora and her sexiest snaps around.InstagramPENSIV
Rafael Nadal: US Open champion puts resurgence down to 'passion' for tennis

Rafael Nadal: US Open champion puts resurgence down to 'passion' for tennis

Sports
Rafael Nadal put his remarkable resurgence down to his "love for the game" after claiming a 16th Grand Slam title at the US Open.The 31-year-old Spaniard beat South Africa's Kevin Anderson 6-3 6-3 6-4 to win his third title in New York.Following his French Open success in June, it is the first time since 2013 that Nadal has won two Slams in a year."I wake up every morning with the passion to go on court and to try to improve things," he said."I still want to compete and still feel the nerves every time that I go on court. While that keeps happening, I will be here."When some day arrives that I don't feel the nerves or that extra passion for the game that I feel, it will be the day to say, 'OK, I do another thing.'"I am 31, I'm not 25, but I still have the passion and the love for the game....
Hurricane Irma bears down on Turks and Caicos islands

Hurricane Irma bears down on Turks and Caicos islands

World
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceHaiti and the Turks and Caicos islands have been preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, which has left a trail of destruction across the Caribbean.Poverty-stricken Haiti is seen as particularly vulnerable as its infrastructure has yet to recover from a devastating earthquake in 2010.Low-lying Turks and Caicos is said to be at risk of a storm surge, with the possibility of destructive waves up to 6m (20ft) higher than usual.Irma is a category five hurricane.This is the highest possible level for a hurricane, and its winds are travelling at up to 185mph (290km/h). At least 10 people have already died in the region.The small island of Barbuda is said to be "barely habitable". Officials warn that St Martin is almost destroyed, and the death tol...
Mayweather vs. McGregor: Study breaks down earnings, social reach for fight

Mayweather vs. McGregor: Study breaks down earnings, social reach for fight

Sports
Aug. 30 (UPI) -- A new study revealed that Floyd Mayweather made $ 59,347 per second for his fight against Conor McGregor and many other interesting statistics from the bout.Casino.org released the study, using the guaranteed purse figures released on the morning of the fight. The Casino.org team broke down the earnings by second, minute and punches thrown. The fight statistics were taken from Showtime's Shoe Stats.Mayweather had an estimated $ 100 million purse from the fight, while McGregor pulled in $ 30 million. The fighters pulled in additional dollars from promotional revenue.While Mayweather won the fight, moved to 50-0 as a boxer and earned nearly $ 60,000 per second fought, McGregor cashed in for $ 17,804 per second in the fight. "Money" earned more than $ 3.5 million per minute w...
Financial anxiety is bringing Millennials down

Financial anxiety is bringing Millennials down

Finance
Money guide for MillennialsLots of folks worry about money from time to time. But there's a difference between fretting over a larger-than-expected bill and spending a huge chunk of your waking hours stressing over finances. Yet the latter scenario seems to characterize a significant percentage of working Millennials. An estimated 28% of Millennials are experiencing so much financial anxiety, in fact, that it's impacting their job performance on a consistent basis, according to a newly released Northwestern Mutual study. That's more than twice the rate of the general population. Furthermore, 23% of Millennials say that financial stress makes them physically ill on a weekly or monthly basis compared to just 12% of workers among all age groups. Talk about extreme. What's worrying Millennia...