Today: YAHOO News, Dec 27, 2013

Dec 27, 2013

YAHOO News, Dec 27, 2013


Why Miesha Tate Enters UFC 168 With the Most to Lose of Any Fighter

COMMENTARY | On a night where Anderson Silva fights to prove he is still the best in the world, Chris Weidman fights to prove his title win wasn't a fluke, and Ronda Rousey fights to cement herself as one of the UFC's mainstream cross-over stars, it is hard to imagine that Miesha Tate is the…
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10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

Curious about the breeds of dog that can cost the most buck? While the value and expenses associated with a certain breed of dog will vary drastically depending upon your location, the dog’s familial history, etc. Here's the 10 most expensive dog breeds.
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Dean McDermott Cheats on Tori Spelling, Miley Cyrus Hooking Up With Kellan Lutz: Top 5 Thursday Stories

Dean McDermott cheated on wife Tori Spelling, Miley Cyrus is hooking up with Kellan Lutz, and other top stories from Dec. 26
Us Weekly
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'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson Buys Wife Lavish Christmas Gift

It took half a century, but Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” has bought his wife, Marsha Kay, a wedding ring for Christmas. “After 50 years of marriage Papaw Phil finally gave Mamaw Kay a wedding ring for Christmas,” granddaughter Sadie Robertson tweeted Wednesday. READ: Phil...
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Miley Cyrus Is Hooking Up With Kellan Lutz

Twilight hunk Kellan Lutz, a good friend of Liam Hemsworth’s, is having a fling with Miley Cyrus, a source confirms to Us Weekly
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'The Little Couple' Star Jen Arnold Shares Chemo Photo

Just three weeks after she revealed she had a rare form of cancer, TV personality and neonatologist Jen Arnold has begun chemotherapy. Today, she tweeted a pic of herself – after already losing all her hair – saying, “Day2 inpatient chemo- sleeping alot, liking new...
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Study: Women who ride are happier, more fulfilled

Freud asked, "What does woman want?"
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NFL WEEK 17: Here Are Our Official Predictions For Who Wins This Weekend

The last week of the NFL regular season. Seems...
Business Insider
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Kate Middleton, Prince William Celebrate Boxing Day With Prince George: All the Details!

Get all the details of Kate Middleton and Prince William's Boxing Day celebrations with baby Prince George
Us Weekly
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Miley Cyrus' Sexiest Video Yet, 'Adore You,' Leaks Early

Her VMAs performance looks tame compared with her new video, which might be Miley’s raciest display yet! With fans eagerly awaiting the release of Miley Cyrus’s new music video “Adore You,” which is supposed to come out today, they got an early gift yesterday on Christmas....
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Miley Cyrus Pleasures Herself in 'Adore You'

Miley Cyrus' racy new clip for "Adore You" leaked online yesterday, one day early of its scheduled release. The pop star shrugged it off. "We all know Smilers would break another record if it wasn't f[...]
Rolling Stone
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Naya Rivera Receives Diamond Necklace From Fiance Big Sean For Christmas: Picture

Glee actress Naya Rivera received a diamond necklace from her fiance Big Sean for Christmas -- see the new bling
Us Weekly
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5 Legendary Rebounders in NBA History

Though rebounding is largely under-appreciated, it’s one of the most significant aspects of the game. Here are five of the best rebounders in NBA history.
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600 People Involved in Movie Theater Brawl, 5 Arrested

Five teenagers were arrested when a 600-person brawl broke out in a Florida movie theater’s parking lot on Christmas night. Described by police as a “melee,” the fight occurred around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday outside the Hollywood River City 14 movie theater in Jacksonville when...
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A Facelift Without Surgery

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After James Harden sets a record, Zach Randolph blasts the officiating amid rumors about his future

The Houston Rockets are a potential Western Conference championship contender, and the team was coming off of an impressive road win over the defending Western champs in San Antonio on Wednesday night prior to its pairing with the Memphis Grizzlies. … Continue reading →
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The 8 Most Divisive Movies of 2013

The team at Yahoo Movies goes head-to-head on the eight most divisive movies of the year. What's your strongest opinion?
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So This Is How the Kardashians Spent Christmas

So, their holiday card was a little ... eccentric, but the Kardashians still know how to get into the Christmas spirit. It seems that this year, the clan's festivities involved a combination of receiving gifts, partying with loved ones, and giving back. On Monday, December 23, Kim kicked off…
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“Miracle” Puppy Beats the Odds

A Colorado veterinarian is crediting a holiday miracle with the unlikely survival of a puppy at the Aurora Animal Shelter. Dr. Nicole Bartley said a small dog was brought in to the shelter on Monday, struggling with labor. After a quick examination, Bartley determined that an emergency C-section…
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‘Duck Dynasty’: Will ‘I Stand With Phil’ petition work?

Will Phil Robertson be back on “Duck Dynasty” after all? The suggestion by the bearded Louisiana duck-call entrepreneur that gays are akin to swindlers, drunkards, and adulterers – and the subsequent decision by A&E, partly owned by Disney, to put Mr. Robertson on hiatus – has generated lots of…
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Celeb Winners and Losers of 2013

Check out our breakdown of the celebs who were winning and those who didn't fare so well in 2013!
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The Top Five WWE Superstars of 2013

COMMENTARY | Many WWE professional wrestlers will look back at 2013 with fond memories.
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11 Trendiest Dog Breeds of 2013

The Cane Corso is an Italian Mastiff bred to hunt wild boar. Dogue de Bordeaux (No. 160 in 2002, No. 118 in 2012) The wrinkled Dogue de Bordeaux can weigh up to 160 pounds, which means he's likely to turn heads, but he's calm and gentle (if a bit stubborn) enough to handle the attention.
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Family buys Beats by Dre headphones at Walmart, but finds cans of tuna instead Odd News
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Family finds something fishy with a sealed box of Beats by Dre headphones bought from Walmart: yhoo.it/1kN32St 3 hrs ago
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'Knockout game' attack leads to hate crime charge

HOUSTON (AP) — A white Houston-area man was arrested Thursday on federal hate crimes charges for allegedly shooting video of himself sucker-punching a 79-year-old black man in a "knockout game"-style attack.
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1.3 million losing unemployment benefits Saturday

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 1 million Americans are bracing for a harrowing, post-Christmas jolt as extended federal unemployment benefits come to a sudden halt this weekend, with potentially significant implications for the recovering U.S. economy. A tense political battle likely looms when…
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For GOP, It’s Time to Stop Criticizing Obamacare

The politics of Obamacare are changing, and the Republican Party is well aware of that reality.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
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Mayweather taunts Khan, Pacquiao with Christmas KOs

Floyd Mayweather still has not said who his next opponent will be, but the unbeaten US boxer has taken to social media to taunt potential foes Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan. Mayweather posted drawings of himself Wednesday on Twitter and Instagram delivering hard punches to Filipino icon Pacquiao…
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Protean Electric rolls towards making in-wheel electric motors a reality

In 2012, Protean Electric—a Michigan-based company with $84 million in Chinese funding—announced it was reinventing the wheel, so to speak. The idea was to create in-wheel electric motors that would eliminate many traditional components—like axles—while freeing up the interior space normally…
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Katy Perry's Post-Divorce Diet Meant Ditching This Surprising Food

After a devastating breakup, what do you do? Invest in boxes of Kleenex, curl up under the covers, and pop open a bottle or two of wine, right?
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Kanye West Commissioned An Artist To Paint A $40,000 Birkin Bag As Kim Kardashian's Christmas Gift

It was a good Christmas for new mom Kim...
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Beyonce Releases Part 3 of Behind-the-Scenes ‘Self-Titled’ Doc, ‘Run ‘N Gun’ (Video)

Beyonce released the third part of her “Self-Titled” featurette series, “Run ‘N Gun,” on Christmas Day, where she shared behind-the-scenes footage of her secret album. Rapper-husband Jay Z joined in on the fun in the mini-documentary, where the two discussed the creation of their “Beyonce”…
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Leaked! Miley Cyrus ‘Adores’ Herself in Racy Music Video for ‘Adore You’ (Video)

As if Miley Cyrus didn’t already love herself enough, the pop star loves herself all over the bed in the new NSFW music video for her sexy ballad, “Adore You.” After much rolling around alone between the sheets, at some point in the music video, the former “Hannah Montana” actually puts more…
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20 Foods that Ruin Your Workout

Flaxseeds: While they are great for your body (and weight loss), flaxseeds are full of fiber, which could impede your workout efforts by causing gas and/or bloating, says Stella Metsovas, a clinical nutritionist and diet expert in Los Angeles, Calif. In addition to flaxseeds, stay away from fiber…
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The Lakers are coming to grips with reality

A quick fix for everything that ails the Lakers doesn't appear to be on the horizon. The weight of those expectations were lifted when Kobe Bryant tore his Achilles and Dwight Howard opted for the greener pastures of Houston. The Lakers are mediocre, and there doesn't appear to be an obvious…
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US welcomes deal on relocating air base in Japan

Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel on Friday praised a decision by Japanese officials to allow the relocation of a US air base in Okinawa, calling it a "milestone" for relations with Tokyo. Hagel welcomed the approval of the long-delayed move of the US Marine Corps base, which he said would permit a…
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Utah, growing desperate, to ask Supreme Court to halt gay marriages

Utah could file its request to the Supreme Court for a stay by early next week. In the meantime, county clerks' offices have been flooded with requests for marriage licenses from same-sex couples. Some counties are also defying the court order and refusing to grant same-sex marriage licenses…
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NFL hot seat watch: Jason Garrett gets one more chance

Out of all the coaches on our hot seat watch, Jason Garrett is the only one who is really fighting for something in Week 17. If the Cowboys make the playoffs, he could save his job. Before Week 16, we took a look at three NFL head coaches who needed the playoffs to secure their jobs. Those three…
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China must retaliate for Japan PM shrine visit: media

China's state media on Friday urged "excessive" counter-measures after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's inflammatory war shrine visit, as analysts warned against the dangers of provoking smouldering regional resentments. The comment came after China summoned Tokyo's ambassador on Thursday to…
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Duke Grad Student Secretly Lived In a Van to Escape Loan Debt

Ken Ilgunas chronicles his journey out of debt.
Business Insider
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6 Secrets for a Faster Metabolism

Yes, your metabolism is partly ruled by genetics. But everyone can make the most of what they've got to be their slimmest, fittest self. Here's how.
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Who Needs What on NFL's Final Sunday

On Sunday—the final Sunday of the NFL regular season—13 of the 16 games bear playoff implications. In other words, it's complicated.
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Why the UFC Needs Chris Weidman to Defeat Anderson Silva (Again)

COMMENTARY | When Chris Weidman knocked out Anderson Silva earlier this year there may have been a slight sigh of relief let go from the lungs of the UFC upper brass. Which is why when the two meet again on December 28, the UFC may be silently rooting for Weidman to prove that his first victory…
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Okinawa approves relocation of US airbase in Japan

Japanese officials in Okinawa on Friday approved the long-stalled relocation of a controversial US military base, a breakthrough that could remove a running sore in relations between Tokyo and Washington. More than 17 years after the two allies agreed to move the US Marines' Futenma Air Station…
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Why You Shouldn't Delay Retirement

Rules of thumb suggest that to live comfortably you will need 80 percent of your pre-retirement earnings or enough saved to allow you to comfortably withdraw 4 percent or less per year for the duration of your retirement years. I would like my retirement to include a mix of doing nothing with…
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'Home Alone' Cast: Where Are They Now?

Catch Up With Macaulay Culkin and the Rest of the McCallisters.
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Breakfast Mistakes that Are Causing Weight Gain

We know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but what we don't know about the morning meal could inadvertently be packing on the pounds! We consulted with health expert Dr. Lisa Davis, Vice President of Scientific and Clinical Affairs at Medifast, to expose 15 of the biggest breakfast…
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'Man Of Steel,' 'Elysium' And The Worst Films Of 2013 Forbes
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"'Man Of Steel,' 'Elysium,' Worst Films Of '13"-- Saw "MOS." Rooted for Earth to finally blow up--so I could leave. tinyurl.com/knlevu9 December 26, 2013
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10 classic Sesame Street moments we wouldn't show today's kids

When the Children's Television Workshop unleashed Sesame Street on the world in 1969, it sparked a revolution in television programming. For the first time, TV was supposed to educate children as well as entertain them — make learning fun, using techniques developed through years of rigorous…
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BeyoncĂ© Will Make You Cry as She Fulfills Dying Kid’s Wish

Warning: You will need tissues to watch this BeyoncĂ© video. Queen Bey proves once more why she deserves to wear that "Halo" as she fulfills the dying wish of a 12-year-old girl with an inoperable brain tumor. Taylon Davis's last … Continue reading →
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Obamacare Whac-A-Mole

The wheels began to come off Obamacare in 2011 when the administration announced that the "CLASS Act," a provision to provide long-term disability care, was, in the words of Kathleen Sebelius, "totally unsustainable," and would be discontinued. The White House website had boasted: "No taxpayer…
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Police Found An NRA Certificate In Adam Lanza's Home After The Sandy Hook Shooting

Authorities in Connecticut on Friday released a...
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Masahiro Tanaka rumors: Japanese ace wants $17 million annually

Major League Baseball received one Christmas present early, when it was learned that NPB's Masahiro Tanaka would indeed be posted by his club, the Rakuten Golden Eagles. Thanks to the changes to the posting system, Tanaka is much more like a regular free agent than, say, Yu Darvish was, and…
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Cowboys may find out what they can do without Romo

For years, Tony Romo's defenders have answered his penchant for costly late-game mistakes with a rhetorical question: What would the Dallas Cowboys do without him? It appears they will find out in their fourth playoffs-or-bust season finale against an NFC East rival since 2008 - and their first…
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Wild finish looms as teams eye final playoff spots

By Mark Lamport-Stokes (Reuters) - One of the wildest and most unpredictable regular seasons ever in the National Football League will conclude in gripping 'what next?' fashion on Sunday with 10 teams still in the hunt for the last four playoff spots. In the American Football Conference, the…
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Jay Z's Brand Is Suffering Because People Don't Trust Him Anymore

In July, the rapper and business mogul Jay Z...
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10 things not to buy in 2014

It’s not just dying technologies that prove an unnecessary drain on our wallets. How to shop smarter in the year ahead.
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Roger Federer Hires Stefan Edberg, Novak Djokovic Hires Boris Becker - is This Becoming a Trend?

Novak Djokovic, who surrendered his No.1 ranking on the men's side to Rafael Nadal in 2013, recently hired six-time grand slam singles champion Boris Becker as his coach entering 2014. And on Thursday, Roger Federer announced he had hired six-time grand slam singles champion Stefan Edberg as his…
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5 NFL Quarterbacks Drafted by Baseball Teams

Let's take a look at five National Football League quarterbacks who had the opportunity to play Major League Baseball.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
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Unhealthiest Fast-Food Fries in America

It's highly likely that the menu at a fast-food restaurant will include french fries, and it's also quite likely that you will order them.
The Daily Meal
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Game on (and on and on) – Here’s the best of 2013

Whether you're into shooters, role-playing games, sports simulations or head-scratching puzzlers, 2013 served up a ton of selection and quality for the discerning gamer. In fact, therein lies the problem: With so many games released each year -- for consoles, computers and handheld devices – it can…
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Shh, It’s a Secret: Check Out This Hush-Hush McDonald’s Menu

Taking a page out of Panera's book, McDonald's reportedly has its own Secret Menu that consumers can request at the chain's many locations.
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The 9-19 Brooklyn Nets are a bickering, broken mess of a basketball team

The Brooklyn Nets lost badly to the undermanned Chicago Bulls at home on Wednesday, dropping a very winnable game by a 95-78 score. The Nets looked listless in defeat, something that has been commonplace since their mess of a season … Continue reading →
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Miesha Tate fantasizes of KO over Ronda Rousey at UFC 168

Former Strikeforce women's champion Miesha Tate has told all who would listen that she is staying unemotional and detached as she prepares to rematch the woman who took her title away from her in 2012, Ronda Rousey. Tate believes that her hate for Rousey back then distracted her and ultimately…
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Is Hulk Stronger Than Superman? (Video)

Can Marvel's Jade Giant smash DC's Man of Steel? A series of fan videos presents a convincing case that, no matter who would win, a fight between Superman and the Hulk could be a very violent, fun confrontation.
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The Biggest Mistakes You're Making with Your Dishwasher

When it comes to convenience, dishwashers can't be beat, but it's all for naught if you're not using it right. Use these tips to get the most out of your machine and say goodbye to stuck-on messes for good.
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Mark Cuban ‘hated’ the sleeved jerseys, didn’t like how the NBA promoted them

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has never been shy when it comes to going against the NBA league office’s grain direction of choice. He’s gone on record regarding just about anything league-related that interests him, so it makes complete and … Continue reading →
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Who makes U.S. Olympic hockey team for Sochi 2014? Yahoo Sports picks the roster

The U.S. Olympic hockey roster will be named on Jan. 1, 2014. The writers of Yahoo Sports and Puck Daddy have compiled their picks, with justification, for who will make up the U.S. and Canadian rosters in Sochi for the … Continue reading →
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Jesse Jackson Calls ‘Duck Dynasty’ Dad ‘More Offensive’ Than Rosa Parks’ Bus Driver

Time is running out on the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s demand for a meeting with A&E executives about “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson, a man he says has done something “more offensive” than the bus driver who ordered Rosa Parks to move to the back of his bus. On Monday, Jackson, head of the…
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Police file to be released on Newtown shooting

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — The planned release of thousands of pages of state police documents from the investigation into last year's Newtown school massacre could shed light on the world of the 20-year-old gunman.
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America’s hidden retirement crisis is racial

A troubling new study, Race and Retirement Insecurity in the U.S., reveals that America’s retirement crisis is particularly dire for blacks and Latinos. Richard Eisenberg looks at the striking racial differences ...
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4 Bills You May Be Able to Eliminate

You want to be insured against relatively common, expensive hazards. But you don't want to throw money away. Here are four bills you can cut out.
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Farewell, How I Met Your Mother: The Sitcom's Top 10 Most Memorable Song Moments

CBS’ How I Met Your Mother is as synonymous with music as it is with questions about Ted’s future wife. From Robin Sparkles to “You Just Got Slapped,” the show has served up plenty of its own original songs. But […]
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Resilient Broncos weather one crisis after another

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — DWIs. Drugs. Injuries. Illnesses. Ambulances. Surgeries.
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Millionaire Twins prospect Alex Meyer making $63 a day as a substitute teacher

Some say baseball is a bore, but for ballplayers, the offseason is an even bigger snooze. Just ask Alex Meyer, Baseball America's No. 59 rated prospect, who took his mother's advice and decided to become a substitute teacher rather than sit around the house all winter, as detailed in a fantastic…
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10 TV Shows Most Likely to See Another Season

Here are ten TV shows from the five major networks that are most likely to get a series renewal, but have not yet received one.
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Police: 4 dead after La. shootings, 2 injured

RACELAND, La. (AP) — A southern Louisiana man attacked his former in-laws and the head of a hospital where he'd worked, killing three — including his wife — before killing himself, authorities said.
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Stephen Drew rumors: Red Sox have all the leverage in negotiations

The Boston Red Sox feel they have all the leverage in contract negotiations with free-agent shortstop Stephen Drew and may soon offer a one-year, take-it-or-leave-it deal, Boston.com's Peter Abraham reports. While bringing back Drew would likely help the team, they don't necessarily need him,…
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Floyd Mayweather on Facing Pacquiao: 'You’re Telling Me I Got to Eat Marquez’s Leftovers?'

However, this year, at least for Team Mayweather, there seems to be no momentary, warm and fuzzy truce for the season. Mayweather and his crew are still actively hunting for Mayweather's May 3 opponent and would probably like to come up with a bankable, competitively viable foe and begin the…
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49ers place Mario Manningham on injured reserve

SANTA CLARA -- Wide receiver Mario Manningham will miss his second postseason with the 49ers, as the club placed him on injured reserve Friday. Manningham originally sustained tears to his ACL and posterior cruciate ligament on Dec. 23 of last season against the Seattle Seahawks. After spending…
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Alien Planet May Lurk Around Nearby Failed Stars

If confirmed, the alien world would be one of the closest to our sun ever found. Scientists only discovered the pair of failed stars, known as brown dwarfs, last year. It's actually so close that "television transmissions from 2006 are now arriving there," Kevin Luhman, of Penn State's Center for…
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Is This the Week You Get Pregnant?!

September 16 is the most common birth date in the US, according to government records. Why talk about this now? Because if September 16 is the date on which the most babies are born, then basic due date calculations can tell you that the date on which the most babies are conceived is December 24.
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Team Report - SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Seahawks may not get Harvin after all
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A&E Lifts Phil Robertson’s Suspension; ‘Duck Dynasty’ To Resume Filming In Spring

Facing a firestorm of criticism that has shown little signs of subsiding, A&E parent company A+E Networks just issued a statement announcing that the flagship A&E reality series Duck Dynasty will resume filming in the spring with the entire Robertson family — including patriarch Phil Robertson. The…
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The Most Dangerous Energy Drinks Around the World

Energy drinks have become both polarizing and ubiquitous in the past decade.
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Kyle Orton appears set to start for Cowboys

Kyle Orton and Jon Kitna sat at opposite ends of a couch in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room Wednesday, turned toward each other and started chatting. They probably were talking about Dallas' offense. Orton will make his first start at quarterback in his two seasons with the Cowboys on Sunday…
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Evelyn Lozada Is Engaged — See the Ring!

Evelyn Lozada might want to start a spinoff show called "Baseball Wives." That's because the star of VH1's "Basketball Wives," who exclusively first confirmed the identity of her future baby's daddy to "omg! Insider's" Nina Parker earlier this month, announced … Continue reading →
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Snowboarding teen catches wild moose chase on Montana mountain

A Whitefish (Mont.) High sophomore snowboarding sensation was just broing and GoProing out with his buddy on Montana's Whitefish Mountain Resort when the two came upon a moose, and the rest is the stuff of snowboarding legend (h/t Deadspin). Continue reading →
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UFC 168 Sold Out for Second Biggest Gate in UFC U.S. History

The rematch between UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva was expected to be one of the biggest mixed martial arts fights of the year, and UFC president Dana White revealed on Thursday that Saturday’s event is sold out. “We're so sold out on this fight, it's insane,” said…
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'Top Gun' and 'Braveheart' among movies disappearing from Netflix on January 1st

Over the years, Netflix's customers have grown accustomed to a revolving selection of movies and TV shows. The company's licensing deals often result in some films disappearing after spending time in Netflix's streaming library. Netflix displays an "expiration date" whenever content is added to…
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For Your Dog's Health: 5 Common Dog Medications

Learn about the five most common dog medications so you are always prepared in case your dog becomes ill and needs one of these meds. Safety first when it comes to your pet.
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Team Report - PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Steelers face offseason of defensive retooling
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Nebraska DE Moss and three others out for Gator Bowl

Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has confirmed that defensive end Avery Moss will sit out of the Gator Bowl on New Years Day after returning home for a personal matter. According to Pelini, three other players will also be missing the Gator Bowl against Georgia due to violations of team rules.…
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8 Easy Party Appetizers

Just when you need some no-hassle party bites, here are our all-time favorites.
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Nnamdi Asomugha to retire with Raiders, according to report

Former Raiders standout Nnamdi Asomugha is hanging up his cleats. The team announced Asomugha's retirement will be made official on Friday after the 11-year veteran was released by the San Francisco 49ers earlier this year. He totaled 356 tackles and 15 interceptions in his career, and was once…
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Apple asks US court to ban Samsung phones, tablets

Apple has asked a federal judge to bar US sales of Samsung smartphones and tablet computers in the blockbuster patent case involving the two electronics giants. In a court filing in California, Apple said the smartphones and tablets were found to have violated patents in a jury trial held last…
AFP
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10 Most Dog-Like Cat Breeds

Looking for a pet with all of the low-maintenance care of a cat but the affectionate personality of a pup? Consider one of these breeds that'll be sure to please even the most devoted dog people with their playful, friendly personalities.
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Tesla to be Acquired by GM?

Tesla might become an acquisition target in 2014.
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Wonder Woman Speaks! Gal Gadot’s First Comments on Joining ‘Batman vs. Superman’ (Video)

Israel’s top entertainment show “Good Evening with Gai Pines” landed a huge get when Israeli model-actress Gal Gadot stopped by to give her first public comments since being cast as Wonder Woman in “Batman vs. Superman.” While the interview was conducted in Hebrew, a helpful reader at Batman News…
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Team Report - NEW YORK YANKEES

Yankees plug second base hole with Roberts
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Will aluminum Ford F-150 be a rolling beer can?

Ford is trying to manage image as it rolls out giant changes in a top vehicle
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This Dividend Machine Has Increased Its Payout For 55 Years In A Row

Common sense doesn't always lead to profitable investing decisions. In fact, making an investment based on what feels good or appears to be common sense can often lead to losses. #-
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Abbrederis walks off on top for No. 19 Wisconsin

Like a good receiver looking for an opening, Jared Abbrederis made a point to deliver an important message to the new Wisconsin coaching staff soon after they settled into their offices. Abbrederis told offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig he planned to earn every second of playing time in 2013 - a…
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New York Knicks Hoping Rajon Rondo Forces Trade as Carmelo Anthony Did

COMMENTARY | While the Boston Celtics have been pleasantly competitive so far this season, the team is still awaiting the return of star point guard Rajon Rondo. Jordan Crawford has done well filling in as the team's primary ball handler, but there's no doubt Brad Stevens will be very happy to…
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Jackson Compares 'Duck' Star to Rosa Parks' Driver

Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson has weighed in on the controversial comments by Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson regarding gays and African Americans and compared the outspoken reality star to the bus driver who ordered iconic civil rights figure Rosa Parks to give up her seat to a white…
ET Online
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20 Unexpectedly Helpful Household Uses for Baking Soda

Baking soda can be used for deodorizing, cleaning, cooking, beauty rituals, science projects, putting out fires and more.
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‘12 Years a Slave’ Star Backs Out of Italian Premiere Following Poster Controversy

The Italian premiere of “12 Years a Slave” officially kicked off Italy’s 18th annual Capri Hollywood film festival on Friday without talent in tow, following controversy sparked by the pic’s teaser posters that placed the focus on Brad Pitt and Michael Fassbender rather than Chiwetel Ejiofor, the…
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Target says PINs stolen, but confident data secure

Target Corp (NYS:TGT) said PIN data of some customers' bank ATM cards were stolen in a massive cyber attack at the third-largest U.S. retailer, but it was confident that the information was "safe and secure." The stolen PIN data was "strongly encrypted" when it was removed from Target's systems,…
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Hand-Formed Parmesan Tater Tots

Frozen tots get a major overhaul in this recipe for made-from-scratch tater tots featuring Parmesan and garlic (and only 3 other ingredients!).
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440-Pound Woman Trapped in Basement By Obesity

In "My 600-Pound Life" women like Olivia tell stories of how they became morbidly obese, why they decided to make the change, their traumatic surgery and recovery and how all those who love them, including their enablers, have coped.
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This Bugatti belt buckle costs more than the Chevrolet Corvette and Ford Mustang

What do you get for the person who owns a Bugatti Veyron? A solid gold, mechanized belt buckle that costs $84,000, of course.
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Inside Look at Baby George's First Christmas

ABC News’ Lama Hasan reports: The queen has spoken…with new royal baby details that everyone wants to hear. Accompanied by a video of Prince George at his christening, the queen’s annual Christmas Day message said, “The arrival of a baby gives everyone the chance to...
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This Scary Map Shows Where Pregnant Women Smoke The Most

"Smoking by Pregnant Women May Result in Fetal...
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Chiefs' Daniel, other backups ready for chance

The Chiefs are paying Chase Daniel more than $4 million in salary and bonuses this season, yet the backup quarterback has not taking a meaningful snap in a game. There's an argument to be made that fact won't change Sunday, when the Chiefs head to San Diego to play a game that can't affect their…
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Why North Korean Defectors Keep Returning Home

For years, the South Korean government has been...
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5 Easy Ways to Cleanse After Unhealthy Eating

You may think the jolt of caffeine is just the thing to get you out from under the covers, but it'll also build up carb and sugar craving for the entire day. Skip the sweets and processed foods (which can pack in hidden sugars) in favor of veggies, fruit and whole grains.
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Obama signs defense, budget bills into law

Kailua (United States) (AFP) - President Barack Obama signed into law the compromise US budget bill recently negotiated by feuding lawmakers and a massive defense measure that takes a step toward ultimate closure of Guantanamo. After signing the legislation while vacationing in Hawaii with his…
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Playoff performances will set values for Harbaugh, Kaepernick

SANTA CLARA -- Now that the 49ers have wrapped up a spot in the NFC playoffs, the important stuff begins. Really, nothing that happened up to this point -- or, even, through Sundays regular-season finale at the Arizona Cardinals -- will matter all that much when the season is looked back upon. …
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Anderson Silva: “The Last Fight is in the Past… Everything is Going to be Different Now”

On July 6, the crowd inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas sat stunned as Chris Weidman dethroned the greatest champion in UFC history, Anderson Silva, by knockout in the second round of the UFC 162 main event. Silva had his hands down and was acting like he was hurt by a left hand that…
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Lack of customers dooms many Cuban businesses

HAVANA (AP) — The dented metal pizza trays are packed away, so too the old blender that never worked when it was needed. Gone is the sweet smell of rising dough that infused Julio Cesar Hidalgo's Havana apartment when he and his girlfriend were in business for themselves, churning out cheesy pies…
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Spotlight on Cutler with Bears eyeing playoffs

There will be no shortage of eyes on Jay Cutler this week, even with Aaron Rodgers returning to the field. The season comes down to a playoffs-or-bust finale for the NFC North title when the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers meet at Soldier Field on Sunday, and the quarterbacks will be in the…
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Vigil Held as 'Cop Killer' Manhunt Goes Nationwide

Mississippi Residents Held a Candlelight Vigil for the Gunned-Down Officer
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Traffic cops love Jadeveon Clowney, and the feeling is mutual

Fresh off his second speeding ticket in December, the South Carolina football star is now just hanging with the law.
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Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer rolls into Jay Leno's Garage

After waiting four years to drive the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer, we finally got our chance to review it from behind the wheel earlier this year. Every auto writer is familiar with salivating over the chance to ...
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Cowboys expect Tony Romo will be ready for OTAs

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had back surgery on Friday morning, ending his season and leaving Kyle Orton to lead the offense in their NFC East title showdown with the Eagles on Sunday night. With Romo done for however long the Cowboys play this season, owner Jerry Jones was asked if he’ll be…
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Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Getting Rich Carefully

Over the past five years Cramer has learned a few things from the market. Here are some of the big ones.
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That health care law, by the numbers

The government churns out tons of numbers, but here's one you won't see: 0.0002. That's the percentage of estimated online visitors to healthcare.gov who actually signed up for coverage the first day. ...
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We've Got Good News for Diet Soda Drinkers

To put it in perspective: A 150-pound woman could drink 20 12-ounce cans of diet soda a day without exceeding the safety threshold for the artificial sweetener.
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Exit Interview: First-round busts, rookies story of 2013 RBs

Throughout the week, the Yahoo! fantasy team will review each of the four major positions, with an eye toward 2014 drafts. Taking a Q&A approach, we're looking at trends, sleepers, rookies, free agents, potential busts and breakouts, priming the pump for plenty of offseason debate. Today we analyze…
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Former interns give us an inside look at what it’s like to work at Google

Google’s internship program is one of the most sought-after and widely discussed in the United States, so it’s no wonder that Hollywood deemed the experience worthy of an overblown film adaptation. Although the interns admit that their internships weren’t quite as eventful as Owen Wilson’s time…
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In Egypt, Posting This Symbol On Facebook Can Now Get You 5 Years In Prison

Egypt has passed a law that could sentence...
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Blake Griffin ejected for tangling with Andrew Bogut, Warriors and Clippers skirmish after final buzzer

For three quarters, the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers were locked in a tight battle in what was quite likely the most purely entertaining contest of the NBA's five-game Christmas schedule. Then, for a few moments at the … Continue reading →
Ball Don't Lie
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Blake Griffin shouldn't have been ejected, NBA says in statement

The NBA has admitted that the referees got it wrong with Blake Griffin and Andrew Bogut's brief Christmas scuffle. The NBA has released a statement on Thursday with Rod Thorn, the league's president of basketball operations, saying that Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin should not…
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Bears-Packers Viewer's Guide: Earning right to rush Rodgers

When the Bears went up to Green Bay and came back with their win on Nov. 4, one group maligned for much of this season was at the core of the victory: the Bears defensive line. The Packers ran the ball well with Eddie Lacy and James Starks, but the Bears front four was able to disrupt enough to…
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This Is The Man Security Experts Believe Runs The Black Market For Hacked Target Credit Cards

Brian Krebs, the web security blogger who has...
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7 Relationship Resolutions Every Couple Should Make for 2014

I've considered 2013 the year of improving my marriage. After a rather rocky start to learning the rules of writing about love and relationships (short lesson: don't write about any problems about your marriage online), I started to get in the swing of things a bit. In all honesty, after three kids…
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7 Tips to Go from Mindless Eating to Mindless Losing

A couple of extra bites at dinner. A second cookie nibbled with your afternoon tea. In the grand scheme of overeating, these tidbits don't seem like much.
Healthy Living
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Denver gives out recreational pot sales licenses

DENVER (AP) — The first batch of Denver businesses approved to sell recreational marijuana got their licenses Friday, the owners mugging for pictures and saying they never thought they'd see the day when they'd get a permit to sell pot.
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Deron Williams: Brooklyn Nets’ season ‘a nightmare’

When he traded Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to the Brooklyn Nets, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge explained how he got enough assets to make the deal worthwhile to Boston. Ainge, via Mike Petraglia of WEEI: “Brooklyn showed a great deal of interest in putting…
NBC Sports
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Where does McDonald’s food come from? Exploring the supply chain

Through its supply chain, McDonald’s serves almost 1% of the global population each day of the year. The company sells over 75 hamburgers a second. McDonald’s claims that it has…
Market Realist
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China’s big warning for US markets

Is China's stock market's decline in 2013 a sign of things to come for the US in 2014? The US stock market may be having a good year but the same cannot be said for China's. While America's benchmark index, … Continue reading →
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Keep an Eye on These 3 Revolutionary Cancer Treatments in 2014

Let’s take a closer look at 3 revolutionary new cancer treatments from Inovio, Roche, ImmunoGen, and Gilead Sciences.
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Tony Gonzalez honored Sunday with special helmet

The future Hall of Famer will be honored this Sunday with a special gift. This Sunday will be the last game for Tony Gonzalez. The future Hall of Fame tight end is calling it quits after 17 seasons of record-breaking work in the NFL. Drafted in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft by the Chiefs,…
SB Nation
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Mets still shopping Ike Davis to Orioles, Brewers, Pirates

Not much going on today, but Mike Puma of the New York Post has an interesting tidbit about the Ike Davis trade speculation. According to Puma the Mets asked the Orioles for minor league left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez in exchange for Davis and were turned down, but New York continues to talk to…
NBC Sports
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Gunman waits patiently before robbing a CVS

A patient gunman was so calm and and quiet that customers around him continued shopping without being aware they were witnesses to a holdup.
Odd News
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Mom's Promises To Kick Drug Habit Are Only Empty Words

DEAR ABBY: I am a 15-year-old girl and a caring person. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)
Dear Abby
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10 Stunning Concept Cars of 2013

We love concept cars, and we love designers and design students who spend hours behind their computer screens detailing some of the most stunning virtually engineered vehicles we’ve ever seen. It’s like Christmas every day of the year for us! For 2013, we’ve featured some stunning designs, with…
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The Yankees have already spoken to Masahiro Tanaka’s agent

Lots of teams are going to be in on Masahiro Tanaka, but the Yankees are moving quickly: Marc Carig of Newsday reports that the team has reached out to Tanaka’s agent, Casey Close. Close, of course, is Derek Jeter‘s agent, so there’s an existing relationship there. And the Yankees could use a…
NBC Sports
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Curiosity's Wheels Look Like They Are Falling Apart

The Curiosity rover has only driven about three...
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Curran: Brady over Manning for MVP

Throwing an NFL record 51 touchdown passes is obviously a tremendous accomplishment and Peyton Manning deserves the accolades he been getting for it. Just not the MVP, says CSNNE.com Patriots insider Tom E. Curran on Quick Slants. That honor, says Curran, should go to a quarterback who threw less…
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Making sense of the NFL playoff picture, with 16 games to go

Here’s a look at the most likely playoff seeds in the AFC and NFC, heading into the final Sunday of the 2013 NFL season: AFC Home-field advantage: Denver, with a win on Sunday or a New England loss. New England would clinch home-field advantage with a win and a Denver loss. 2 seed: New England,…
ProFootball Talk on NBC Sportsa
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Blazers need OT to nip Clippers

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Facts of life in the NBA so far this season: The Portland Trail Blazers win close games, and they win games in which they take a lead going into the fourth quarter. The Trail Blazers did it again Thursday night at the Moda Center, though the Los Angeles Clippers took them to the…
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Vintage Find: 1,000-Year-Old Vineyards Discovered in Spain

Traces of ancient vineyards that date back 1,000 years were discovered in the terraced fields of a medieval village in Spain, according to a new archaeological study. Researchers from the University of the Basque Country found evidence that fields within the medieval settlement of Zaballa were…
LiveScience.com
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Wow! Space Station Crosses Crescent Moon in Amazing Photo

The International Space Station can be seen cruising in front of a crescent moon in this stunning night sky photo recently sent to SPACE.com.
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Flagship failures haunt struggling smartphone vendors

Apple and Samsung continued to completely crush smartphone their smaller smartphone rivals in 2013. Despite their best efforts, companies like LG and HTC launched huge misses this year that will continue to haunt them moving into 2014, according to a new report. Digitimes on Friday noted that…
BGR News
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NFL picks and predictions, Week 17: Packers vs. Bears 2013

NFL experts are picking the winner of the NFC North-deciding matchup between the Packers and the Bears.
SB Nation
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The NCAA’s Big Gay Choice

Tuesday is the Chick-fil-A Bowl, which in 2014 will be part of the new college football playoff system. But how can the NCAA keep partnering with an anti-gay marriage poster child?
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Case of Czech Gangster Reveals South Africa’s Dark Criminal Underworld

Even as the country was in mourning for their beloved hero Nelson Mandela, Radovan Krejcir, a Czech businessman and fugitive, made headlines this month when he was denied bail. He appeared in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court, just outside Johannesburg, alongside his co-accused Desai Lupondo, an…
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Federer adds 'childhood hero' Edberg to coaching team

(Reuters) - Former world number one Roger Federer has made his "childhood hero" Stefan Edberg part of his coaching team and will use him on an occasional basis next year, the Swiss said on Friday. "I am happy to announce that beginning in Melbourne, Stefan Edberg will join Severin Luethi on my…
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Jerry Jones: Cowboys won’t be using a high pick on QB

Even though their $108 million, 33-year-old franchise quarterback will be coming off his second back surgery in eight months, the Cowboys aren’t thinking about finding a long-term replacement. Owner/General Manager Jerry Jones said on one of his radio shows that using a high pick on another…
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How To Jailbreak Your iOS 7 iPhone Or iPad

Video If you've never tried to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, then there's a whole world of tweaks and add-ons that await you. Despite misinformed accounts, jailbreaking will not void your warranty and it's simple to uninstall a jailbreak too - you just restore your device in iTunes. You can also…
Forbes
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US judge rules NSA phone surveillance lawful

A US judge ruled Friday that the National Security Agency's mass surveillance of telephone calls is lawful, igniting a legal conflict that the Supreme Court may ultimately have to resolve. Federal judge William Pauley in New York threw out a petition from the American Civil Liberties Union and…
AFP
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The world's best beach hotels (15 photos)

If it's sand and sun you're hankering for, look no further than these beach hotels in the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Australia, Mexico and beyond. Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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