Via: TMZ
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Drake and Future were performing at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix Tuesday night when a thief (or thieves) made off with a suitcase containing $2-$3 Million dollars worth of jewelry. The suitcase has been on one of the tour buses that the thieves had broken into.



Drake freaked out when he heard the news, and security footage is being reviewed to catch a glimpse of the criminals.



Good thing Drake has a hotline set up for just these purposes...




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Jackson Hole, Wyoming has blessed us with their live stream webcam of the Jackson Hole Town Square, and people are loving the excitement of downtown Jackson Hole:






...and just when you think you've seen all Jackson Hole has to offer...




trending news ikea food rankings
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Whether you're there for the molded cardboard tables, fighting with your spouse, or the inevitable diarrhea, you will probably stop at the dining room of Ikea at least once during any visit.

So be smart about it and follow these official power food rankings to make sure you eat the BEST of the-cheapest-food-you'll-eat-this-week!











But if you're shopping for your college duds, you might be better off eating on campus first?





trending news website national parks leaf peeping website
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If you're like me, you've wanted to catch the leaves changing on your camping trips, but end up booking right before or after they've fallen.

But now you're in luck!

The National Park's Service has given us a fool-proof way to peep on their website, so you can book your holiday at the right time for the best views!

So you can take a beautiful bike ride...



...stiffly hang out at awesome vistas....



...or take a beautiful drive through the woods on the loudest motorcycles known to man:






But let's be honest, you'll probably still just be doing this:





So maybe just think about supporting our Parks Service here.


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For the first recorded time, on the morning of Sept. 1, 2016, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), caught both Earth and the moon crossing in front of the sun, creating a double eclipse.

Check out the deets here:







I wonder if they could see this in Sweden too...


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