Today: YAHOO News, Feb 17, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

YAHOO News, Feb 17, 2014



Miley Cyrus follows and tweets at Gus Kenworthy after the silver medalist asked her to be his Valentine

It has been a pretty good week for American skier Gus Kenworthy. Not only did he make plans to adopt adorable Sochi stray puppies, he also won a silver medal in slopestyle skiing and landed on the front of a Corn Flakes box with his Team USA buddies (and fellow medal winners) Joss Christensen and…
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Jesus Movie ‘Son of God’ Cuts Obama Lookalike Who Played Satan in ‘The Bible’ Miniseries

“Son of God” producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey have cast Satan out of their upcoming Biblical epic about Jesus Christ, an individual familiar with the 20th Century Fox project has told TheWrap. “Son of God” is a reshaped version of last year’s hit History Channel miniseries “The Bible,” which…
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Champions League 2014: Round of 16

The Champions League’s phoney war is over, and now things are really getting serious. The action gets underway with perhaps the tastiest clash of them all, as Spanish giants Barcelona aim to prove they’ve still got what it takes against Premier League favourites Manchester City. Meanwhile over in…
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How To Do Meditation - May Cause Miracles!

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Girlfriend's Texts To Stepfather Throw Family Out Of Whack

DEAR ABBY: My youngest grown son discovered that his girlfriend -- his possible future wife -- was texting pictures of herself to his stepfather. Needless to say, he told her the relationship is over. Now, for obvious reasons, he no longer wants to be around his stepfather, and is deeply concerned…
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Ravens await details on Rice arrest

The Baltimore Ravens intend to talk to Ray Rice before deciding how to deal with the running back's arrest in a New Jersey casino. Atlantic City police say Rice was arrested early Saturday morning after an argument with his fiancee turned physical. Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said Monday…
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Celebrating Black History Month: African-American contemporary artists of note (26 photos)

Trenton Doyle Hancock (b. 1974 in Texas) Influenced equally by the history of painting as by the pulp imagery of pop culture, Texas-born Trenton Doyle Hancock transforms traditionally formal decisions—such as the use of color, language and pattern—into opportunities to build narrative, develop…
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Katy Perry Sports a Ring on Her Left Hand

Fans Are Wondering: Is She Engaged to John Mayer at Last?
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Islam, the American way

Listening to immigration attorney Muna Jondy talk about growing up in Flint, Mich., it's easy to imagine her as a teenager, eyes ablaze, hands on hips, confronting her Syrian-born parents with her all-American attitude. They have never met, but they echo each other as they tell of raising…
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Feb. 17, 2003: London introduces congestion charge to decrease car traffic in central city

Like any big city, London has its share of traffic problems. Or maybe it has more than its share, given the narrow, crowded streets in the center of a city that’s both historic and bustling. For years, city officials had tried to come up with ways to reduce congestion, and in 2003, London adopted…
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Alabama RB Dee Hart arrested for marijuana possession; university said he’s no longer with the team

Alabama running back Dee Hart was arrested Sunday and charged with possession of marijuana and giving false information, but in a statement released by the university, the football team is saying Hart’s actions are no longer their problem. Alabama said … Continue reading →
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Gebrselassie to set pace at London marathon

Haile Gebrselassie will be lead pacemaker for the elite men's race at the London Marathon, organizers announced on Monday. Ethiopian Gebrselassie, a multiple Olympic and world champion over 10,000 meters as well as a former marathon world record holder, will pace the first 30 km at world-record…
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Germany and France are working together to keep internet traffic away from the US

Germany in particular has been talking about keeping its internet traffic and email messages private within the country for some time, and now the country is planning to work with France to help build a network throughout Europe that keeps data away from the United States. According to Reuters,…
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Islam: Five pillars explained

"Prayer is the act that is most mentioned in the Quran," Zayneb Sayiljan, a doctoral candidate in religious studies and chaplain at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., tells a group of Muslim women in Alexandria, Va. They gather every two weeks for a meeting coordinated by MakeSpace, an…
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Young Singer's Astounding Performance is the Reason This YouTube Video Got 11 Million Hits in 5 Days

In an Internet practically manufacturing covers of "Let It Go," 11-year-old Lexi Walker and the One Voice Children's Choir managed to stand alone with their rendition, a video reenactment with a tribal spin that amassed nearly 11 million views on YouTube over the weekend. The standout element of…
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Is Harley-Davidson the Worst Motorcycle Money Can Buy?

No. But Consumer Reports says it's darn close to it.
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Vinyl Renaissance: 10 Flooring Looks You Won't Believe(11 photos)

Though it’s gotten a bad rap in past years, vinyl flooring is making a comeback. Although relative ease of installation has long been one of the material's selling points, it's now the range of design options that is putting vinyl once again underfoot. Innovative and creative patterns let…
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Froome pulls out of Milan-San Remo

British reigning Tour de France champion Chris Froome said Monday he will not take part in next month's Milan-San Remo classic after plans to change the route fell through. "I thought I might try my luck because the organisers had decided to make the race more difficult by adding a climb in the…
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Stop whining! The US economy is in good shape

While operating more than an entire percentage point below its potential growth rate, the U.S. economy still raised its business sector employment by nearly 2 million people over the last twelve months....
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Two skiers lost in Colorado avalanche are confirmed dead

By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - Two skiers missing after an avalanche swept them and five others away in a slide-prone area of Colorado were confirmed dead on Sunday, authorities said. The Sheriff's Office in Lake County, Colorado confirmed the two fatalities in the avalanche that occurred late…
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The NRA Reveals Who's to Blame for Ammo Shortage: You

The NRA explains why you are the reason you're paying high prices for ammunition.
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Study Clouds Relationship between Debt and Growth

At a time when arguments over national debt and budget deficits are raging both in Washington and around the world, a group of economists at the International Monetary Fund decided to ask a provocative question: Does the amount of debt a country carries matter for its economic growth? Using a data…
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Jamaica aims to revive economy with port hub

This hardscrabble harbor town on Jamaica's southern coast seems an unlikely contender in an emerging regional competition over the shipping routes that carry global trade. But as Jamaica joins a rush to ...
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Vote Now: Who is the best president as ranked by historians?

In honor of Presidents Day, we take a look at the small group of presidents consistently ranked among the best, and ask your opinion in this online vote.
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EU would find a way to keep Scotland: Salmond

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond said Monday that the European Union would find a way to keep Scotland in the bloc should it vote for independence from the UK. He also claimed Edinburgh could assume no share of the United Kingdom's national debt if London, as planned, snubbed a formal currency…
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US Navy ready to deploy laser for 1st time

BATH, Maine (AP) — Some of the Navy's futuristic weapons sound like something out of "Star Wars," with lasers designed to shoot down aerial drones and electric guns that fire projectiles at hypersonic speeds.
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2014 Buick Regal GS Review: You Better Regalize

I have a thing for Buicks. Back in the day, my Grandfather was man about town in Brooklyn. He drove a 1979 Buick LaSabre. Everyone saw him coming in the gleaming sedan and oftentimes, I was the youngster riding shotgun, keeping a tab on the goings in and around around Flatbush. He bought a matching…
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10 Car Models With the Highest Resale Value: You'll Never Guess What's No. 1!

According to Kelley Blue Book, these 10 car models offer the highest resale value. You'll be shocked at which automakers dominated this list.
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Billy Ray Cyrus Takes a Pathetic Leaf Out of Miley’s Book

Billy Ray Cyrus has taken inspiration from daughter Miley and released a rap version of his 1992 hit "Achy Breaky Heart."
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The 'Walking Dead' Brain-Dead Move of the Week: Make Up Your Mind, Tyreese

Sending out mixed messages is no way to survive a zombie apocalypse, dude.
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Rescued Miners in South Africa Face Charges

At least 21 miners in South Africa who were trapped in an abandoned mine shaft and later rescued face charges of illegal mining, authorities said Monday. An unknown number remain underground refusing to come out for fear of being arrested. (Feb. 17)
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The company Apple ‘should fear most’ isn’t the company you’d expect

When asked to name Apple’s top competition, most would likely rattle off names like Google, Samsung and Microsoft — massive, established technology giants that compete in numerous core areas of Apple’s business. These huge companies constantly play off of each other and always look to one-up rivals…
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Woman Expecting Triplets Births 4 Babies Instead

(Newser) – Pretty much everything about Kimberly Fugate's pregnancy was surprising. The Mississippi woman had no intention of getting pregnant again, only to learn, at age 41, that she was expecting. The day before she turned 42 came the second shock..
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These Little Planes Are Going the Way of the Dodo Bird

Small 50-seat jets are still ubiquitous in the U.S., but not for long.
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One mind-blowing fact shows you how much Comcast gouges its customers

In addition to figuring out ways to shaft cord cutters, Comcast also seems to love thinking of new ways to gouge its customers by vastly overcharging for things it should be offering for free, such as HD service for basic network television channels. Writing in The New Yorker, Tim Wu similarly…
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Social Security Reform: 4 Surprising Solutions Americans Favor

Some think Social Security is impossible to reform, but a recent survey found that people strongly favor several solutions.
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Lil Wayne reminds America’s teachers not to use his lyrics in junior high classrooms The Daily Caller
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Damn! & I was just about to go into teaching, thnx for ruining my whole lesson plan Weezy! news.yahoo.com/lil-wayne-remi… 4 hrs ago
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Warming from Arctic Sea Ice Melting More Dramatic than Thought

Melting Arctic sea ice has contributed considerably more to warming at the top of the world than previously predicted by climate models, according to a new analysis of 30 years of satellite observations. Because of its light color, sea ice has what is known as high albedo, which is the percentage…
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China calls for fair handling of escalating solar dispute with U.S.

China urged the United States on Monday to "objectively and fairly" handle an ongoing trade dispute between the two countries after Washington signaled last week it could extend import duties on Chinese solar panels to a wider range of products. The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on…
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Maia and Alex Shibutani overcome wardrobe malfunction in Olympic free dance

Maia Shibutani's dress somehow got stuck in her brother's costume, forcing Alex to think on his toes.
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Bill Maher Targets Iowa Loon

TV’s ‘Real Time’ host has promised to target one awful incumbent in the next congressional election and drive that person out of office. This is an excellent idea.
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Quarter of Americans Convinced Sun Revolves Around Earth, Survey Finds

National Science Survey Reveals Dismaying Results.
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Olympic rings around Sochi - Presented by Carnival Cruise Lines (30 photos)

It seems as if every inch of Sochi has been branded with the Olympic rings; some subtle, some scenic, and some sunglasses. - Presented by Carnival Cruise Lines
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How the last members of a species were stuffed, archived, and forgotten

When an entire species dies out there is, inevitably, mathematically, a last one. Over at the Krulwich Wonders blog on NPR, the host of Radio Lab, Robert Krulwich, examines three stories of the final, solitary living example of an extinct species. The very last auk, passenger pigeon, and Tasmanian…
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Social Security Benefits: When Waiting Doesn't Pay

Often, delaying benefits is smart. But with these provisions, it's smarter to get while the getting's good.
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Details of castaway's Marshalls arrival emerge

Majuro (Marshall Islands) (AFP) - Fresh details have emerged of castaway Jose Salvador Alvarenga's first encounter with other people after months at sea -- including how Marshall Islands residents communicated with him in broken Spanish learned from popular children's television show Dora the…
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Undeniable proof that Facebook knows way too much about your life

There are times when we think that Google and Facebook really want to be Santa Claus, i.e., they see you when you’re sleeping, they know when you’re awake, they know when you’ve been bad or good, etc. Facebook data scientist Carlos Diuk late last week revealed that Facebook has come up with a way…
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Conan O'Brien Tweets Support For Jimmy Fallon 'Tonight Show' Premiere

Conan O'Brien shows some class by Tweeting his support for Jimmy Fallon as he goes on to host "The Tonight Show"
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More Snow for U.S. Northeast as Winter Storm Moves From Midwest

Major cities including Chicago and Pittsburgh may see as much as six inches of snow from a storm that’s already canceled more than 1,000 flights and left thousands without power, AccuWeather.com and the National Weather Service said today. New York may get 1 to 2 inches before the storm switches…
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50 States Ranked for Highest Motorcycle Ownership: You Won't Guess Who's No. 2

The No. 1 state for motorcycles is a no-brainer, but second and third may come as a shock.
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Warren Buffett Reveals the Biggest Mistake We Make When It Comes to Money

According to Warren Buffett, there are two simple and costly mistakes most of us make when managing our personal finances. Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway is the third richest man on the planet, and knows a thing or two about success when it comes to money and investing. When he first took…
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Bulgarian minority honours age-old wedding rites

Ribnovo (Bulgaria) (AFP) - The communists tried hard to stamp out the culture of Bulgaria's rural Pomak minority, and since then tough times in the European Union's poorest country have made many leave, but one village is keeping traditions alive. Nestled in the southern snow-capped Rhodope…
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UAW legal test of Volkswagen vote would be problematic

Tennessee U.S. Senator Bob Corker, other Republican politicians in the state, and several anti-union pressure groups from Washington slugged it out with the United Auto Workers in the campaign to win over employees at the Chattanooga plant. Even though VW management allowed the UAW to have limited…
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Heisman Winner Winston Records 1st Save of 2014

Heisman winner Jameis Winston gets 1st save of 2014 season for FSU, retires 6 batters in a row
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Film icon Mirren gets Bafta accolade from 'grandson' William

British film queen Helen Mirren on Sunday thanked her former teacher after receiving Bafta's highest accolade from Prince William at a glittering ceremony in London on Sunday. Mirren, who has played Queen Elizabeth II on stage and film, fittingly received the British Academy of Film and Television…
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Co-pilot hijacks Ethiopian plane to Geneva, exits cockpit by rope

* Co-pilot lands in Geneva, jumps down rope, demands asylum * Ethiopian Airlines plane had been bound for Rome GENEVA/ ADDIS ABABA, Feb 17 (Reuters) - A co-pilot who hijacked an Ethiopian Airlines flight to seek asylum in Switzerland on Monday surrendered to police at Geneva airport after jumping…
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Top 10 Breaking Bad Scenes

This series made "chemistry teacher" a badass profession. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 scenes from "Breaking Bad." As you may have guessed, a SPOILER ALERT is in order.
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Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski pick items to bring to deserted island

Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski are known for their quick wit just as much as the colorful style, but when posed with the question of what three things they’d bring with them on a deserted island, the duo seems stumped. They get the essentials down, despite it being Hershey’s, Chablis and a harpoon,…
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Three Reasons Edward Snowden Can’t Stop the NSA

The hard-to-believe story of Edward Snowden got a little more unbelievable last week, when an NSA memo revealed that a civilian employee at the agency resigned after it was learned Snowden had persuaded him to share his security password. Unbeknownst to the civilian, Mr. Snowden was able to…
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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 4 Trailer: Dragons, White Walkers And – Ugh – More Joffrey (Video)

The latest trailer for “Game of Thrones” season four gives fans a few things to be excited about: 1) Arya Stark is going to kick some serious butt. We haven’t seen the White Walkers in almost two years.
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Man Pulls $1 Million from Bank of America But Completely Misses The Point

What do checking accounts at Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo have in common? They're all backed by FDIC insurance and are completely safe.
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10 States Where Cancer Incidence Is the Highest

According to the CDC, these 10 states have the highest age-adjusted cancer incidence rates. Find out what some of the biggest risk factors are in these states as well as what therapies are being introduced ...
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Nigeria military outgunned by Boko Haram, governor says

The governor of Nigeria's embattled Borno state warned President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday that the military is outgunned in its fight against Boko Haram and more troops are urgently needed. Governor Kashim Shettima travelled to the capital Abuja for talks with Jonathan and Nigeria's security…
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The best perk ever?: Unlimited paid vacation

It sounds too good to be true, but companies are starting to let employees take as much time off as they want ... and it's all paid.
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11 S.African miners rescued, none still trapped AFP
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11 South African miners rescued; nearly 200 remain trapped in illegal gold mine - @AFP yhoo.it/1cMEN0h February 16, 2014
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Cate Blanchett Dedicates BAFTA Award to "Monumental Talent" Philip Seymour Hoffman

Cate Blanchett dedicated her Best Actress BAFTA to "the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman" on Feb. 16 -- see what she said about him in her speech
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Photographer Olivier Grunewald captures Cano Cristales: 'River of Five Colors' (30 photos)

For a few weeks every year, Cano Cristales a small river flowing through the Sierra de la Macarena in Columbia’s province of Meta, dons an dazzling array of colors. By attracting Colombian tourists, the artist responsible for this unique phenomenon, an endemic aquatic plant, gives life and hope to…
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10 Monstrous Dog Breeds

With hearts as big as their bodies, extra-large dog breeds have been used as guard dogs, working animals and trusted companions of humans for centuries across the world. Here are the top 10 monstrous breeds.
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10 Most Iconic Cars of the Past 25 Years

A car doesn't have to be famous or particularly well-liked to be iconic, it just has to be tough to drive out of drivers' memories. The Prius and Hummer fall on opposite ends of that spectrum.
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Closing arguments underway in Hayes trial

Prosecutors say woman and her husband killed 27-year-old Laura Ackerson at their Raleigh apartment during a custody battle
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HTC’s answer to the Galaxy S5 revealed in leaked pics

We now know exactly what HTC’s followup to the HTC One will look like. @HTCFamily_RU has posted a pair of leaked pictures showing the real HTC M8, the next flagship phone that HTC will unveil in the hopes of taking on Samsung and its Galaxy S5. The new pictures look much the same as the leaked HTC…
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Waffle House Shows Atlanta How to Handle a Snowstorm

Most businesses made the decision on Monday — long before the “storm” hit — to send everyone home.
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Mitt Romney: Bill Clinton 'embarrassed the nation'

But if Hillary Clinton becomes the 2016 nominee, she "will have plenty to discuss about her own record."
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George Zimmerman: 'I certainly was a victim'

The former neighborhood watchman says he wishes he would've stayed home on Feb. 26, 2012, the night he fatally shot Trayvon Martin. But Zimmerman still maintains he was a victim.
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How To Stop Paying For Cable Television

If you have an Internet connection, you can...
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Residents Baffled by Terrifying Loud Booms in Oklahoma

Answer to Mystery Comes From Deep Within the Earth
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Updated: Kyle Busch wonders if there’s a conspiracy theory to put 88 and 3 on Daytona 500 front row

Update: Kyle Busch‘s belief in a conspiracy theory to put the 88 of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the No. 3 of Austin Dillon was half right. Dillon earns the pole, with a surprising effort that puts Martin Truex Jr. on the outside pole. Meanwhile, after sitting atop the speed charts for much of the…
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25 Horrible Things That Happen If You Don't Get Enough Sleep

In our 24/7 culture, sleep loss is a major...
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CORRECT: Rooney to Stay With Man Utd After GBP70.2m Deal: Sun

(Corrects currency in headline) To contact the reporter on this story: Whitney McFerron in London at wmcferron1@bloomberg.net More from Bloomberg.com: Cruz Senate Stunt Goes Unpunished as Old Tools Don’t ...
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Playing the field: Russian women leaving Russian men on the sidelines in Sochi

Because of the Winter Games, Russian women are getting to meet men from around the world.
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2015 Subaru WRX STI: First Drive

And does it remain one of the most capable performance cars on the market, short of exotic-car compromises (and price tags)? But after spending most of a day with the new STI, first over back roads in California's Monterey Peninsula, and then out for hot laps on Laguna Seca, we found that the key…
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McLaren 650S (6 photos)

When it was introduced, the McLaren 12C drew some criticism for lacking emotion in its design. Here's McLaren's solution, the 650S, a 641-hp variation of the 12C that will be sold as a separate model, with improvements throughout — beginning with a more expressive design.
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Justin Guarini Reveals ‘Lovesick’ Kelly Clarkson Affair in Confessional One-Man Show

Rumors regarding a more-than-platonic relationship between original "American Idol" finalists Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini have swirled since Season 1's finale, when Justin reacted to the news of Kelly's victory by exclaiming, "Baby!" and dramatically swooping her into his arms. Both Idols,…
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Do Americans Even Care About Immigration Reform?

Immigration reforms placed on Congress's to-do list are uncertain to see action soon -- but how do Americans feel about the topic?
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Top Skier Abruptly Pulls Out Of The Olympics, Claims Sochi's Construction Made Him Sick

Norwegian skier Aksel Lund Svindal is pulling...
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Bill Nye 'The Science Guy' Debated A GOP Congresswoman On Climate Change, And It Was Surreal

Bill Nye ("The Science Guy") squared off with U...
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Hello, Mr. Nice Guy! See Pics of Softy Simon Cowell With His Baby

The former "American Idol" judge and TV producer once known for his painfully honest (and occasionally a bit mean) persona is a father now, and based on the black and white photos he shared on Twitter on Sunday, he's basically one Big. Giant. Softy.
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Angels pulled $52 million Matt Garza offer because he was on vacation

Garza was on vacation with his wife and didn't want to be bothered when the Angels' deal came in.
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Microsoft Corporation’s Xbox One Looks Like a Total Failure

Sony's PlayStation 4 is outselling Microsoft's Xbox One. Electronic Arts could suffer.
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Toyota, Hyundai and Volkswagen lose ground in California sales

Korean automakers, Toyota and Volkswagen all had a rough time with the California auto market last year.
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North Korea Report Will 'galvanize Action'

A United Nations panel has concluded "abundant evidence" from from scores of witnesses shows that North Korean officials have committed crimes against humanity in that country, the chairman of a United Nations commission told reporters Monday. Michael Kirby, chair of the Commission of Inquiry on…
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NBA All-Star Game: East 163, West 155

NEW ORLEANS -- Defense in an NBA All-Star Game is such a missing commodity it probably belongs on a milk carton, but this was video-game scoring gone wild. Behind 31 points and 14 assists by Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving and 30 points by New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, the East…
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Palestine President To Meet John Kerry

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will meet US Secretary of State, John Kerry this week in Jordan's capital Amman to discuss the recent developments in the peace process. Sources expected that Kerry, who mediates the peace talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis, will discuss with Abbas a…
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'Nashville' Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley Opens Up About Mother's Dementia

For years, Kimberly Williams-Paisley has also had to watch her mother succumb to primary progressive aphasia, a form of dementia for which there is no cure. Williams-Paisley, an actress whose credits include the film “Father of the Bride” and in the hit TV series, “Nashville,”...
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Vikings: Free agency snapshot

Quarterback Matt Cassel has exercised his right to opt out of the final year of his two-year deal he signed with the Vikings last year. With his decision to void the final year of his contract, Cassel will become a free agent on March 11.
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Iran says may send forces to Pakistan to free border guards

Iran said on Monday it would send forces into Pakistan to free five border guards said to have been kidnapped by militants if Islamabad did not take measures to secure their release. According to Iranian media reports, the guards were seized on February 6 in the Iranian province of…
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Why So Many Retirees Don't Tap Their IRAs

IRAs are for retirement, but a recent study found that many use them as a last resort. Find out why.
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Russian fans meme their outrage over ‘no goal’ vs. Team USA (Photo)

This set off outrage among Russian fans … outrage that was soon channeled into Internet mockery, as is hockey fan traditional across the globe.
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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Wear Matching Tuxes on BAFTA Carpet: Picture

At the BAFTA Awards, Angelina Jolie sported stunning menswear and gazed lovingly at her fiance Brad Pitt -- see the picture
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Passenger plane carrying 18 missing in Nepal

Rescuers in Nepal's mountainous west searched on foot Sunday for a missing Nepal Airlines plane carrying 18 people, as officials called off a helicopter hunt due to poor visibility. The plane carrying 15 passengers including an infant and three crew lost contact with air traffic controllers…
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Xbox One’s first big software update has been released

Microsoft on Friday released the first big Xbox One software update, which may have already rolled out to certain users. “For the vast majority of Xbox One owners who use ‘Instant On’ (the low power state that allows you to instantly power up your console by saying ‘Xbox On’), the console…
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Mike Ditka thinks Matthew Stafford needs to turn his hat the right way

There's a lot to criticize about Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford's game. He is careless with the ball, he doesn't seem particularly fond of fundamentals and also doesn't appear too eager to improve what's holding him back. One thing that never … Continue reading →
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Transgender Italian held for second time in Sochi

Vladimir Luxuria said she was led away by two men in plain clothes on Sunday when she held up a sign saying "Gay is OK" in Russian in the Sochi Olympic Park and was held for about three hours. She was allowed into the Olympic Park again later on Monday but barred from watching an ice hockey match…
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Here's An Early Look At McLaren's New Supercar

The latest news comes from McLaren, which brings us a brand new supercar: the 650S. The British automaker has been on a roll in recent years, and says the new ride "learns from" its two most recent products.
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Evolve (11 photos)

From the creators of Left 4 Dead, Turtle Rock Studios, comes Evolve, a team-based shooter pitting a squad of soldiers against one human controlled monster. It's set to release this fall on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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Why It’s Still a Big Deal When Ellen Page Comes Out

We’ve seen stars of TV shows come out of the closet, morning and evening news anchors announce they are gay, and actors of all different ages reveal their sexual orientation. But when Ellen Page announced that she is a lesbian, in a speech in Las Vegas at an event sponsored by the Human Rights…
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Crash in Sprint Unlimited eliminates six cars, including Gordon, Stewart, Edwards and Patrick

The big one struck with a vengeance during the second segment of Saturday's Sprint Unlimited. Eight cars were involved in a crash in the Daytona International Speedway tri-oval that started when Matt Kenseth ran out of room changing lanes and … Continue reading →
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Tim Lincecum rented a warehouse in Seattle this winter so he could train like never before

In years past, he would show up at spring training having never thrown off a mound since baseball season ended. This year, however, he rented a warehouse in Seattle, installed a synthetic mound and tried to change things up.
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How the Devil Did Will Smith End Up in ‘Winter’s Tale’? About That Cameo

There is a special surprise hidden in the movie "Winter's Tale" and it has nothing to do with how audiences will react to the fairy tale love story, or the fantasy of a flying horse, or the idea of a man who lives for 100 years and does not age a day. This particular surprise [...]
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College Basketball Talk’s Latest Top 25

When it’s late-February, you play in the ACC and you’re undefeated, you’re the No. 1 team in the country. That’s just the way that it works. But does that mean that Syracuse is the best team in the country? Well, that’s a different story. I hate using the term “luck” when it comes to sports.…
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Off-Duty Officer Saves The Day While Out with Family

Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva is usually the face of the police department when FOX40 reports on police-related incidents. But on Valentine`s Day night, Silva became the story himself.
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Rosie Perez Slams Jennifer Lopez in New Memoir: She "Went Off" Like "Some Ghetto Biatch"

Rosie Perez's new memoir features the Puerto Rican actress slamming Jennifer Lopez, claiming she discovered her -- read the details!
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The Hidden Asset Retirement Investors Rely On

401(k) balances don't tell the whole story of whether you're ready for retirement.
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How the 113th Do-Nothing Congress Lived Up to Its Name

The 113th Congress last year was arguably one of the least productive bodies in history. Like a dysfunctional family writ large, the Republican-controlled House and Democratic-dominated Senate talked past each other on critical issues that included immigration reform, gun violence, food stamps and…
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Antonio Brown did not enjoy the Pro Bowl draft

Count Steelers receiver and return man Antonio Brown as one player who did not like the new draft format of the Pro Bowl. Asked on SportsCenter for his thoughts on the new format, Brown said, “It was a little bit off.” Brown said he didn’t think the draft itself — in which players were chosen…
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Crisis-hit S.African mines seen drawing bargain hunters

While African mining firms continue to enjoy the fruits of the commodities super-cycle, weaknesses in South Africa's crisis-hit sector are attracting the attention of bargain hunting investors. After a century of extraction, Africa is still the place to be for mining firms, according to Mark…
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Beyonce Shares Kanye West 'Drunk In Love' Remix Teaser

Someone's been drankin' again! Beyonce treated fans to a teaser clip featuring a Kanye West-infused remix of her hit "Drunk in Love" on Saturday.
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Jonathan Toews confident in Team Canada chemistry

With three wins in as many preliminary games under their belt, Team Canada anxiously awaits their next step at the Olympic Games. With two regulations wins and one overtime victory in Sochi, Team Canada will face off against either Switzerland or Latvia in their first elimination round. And…
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The Biggest Threat to Apple Inc.’s Dominance Is This $80 Smartphone

Until now, Apple's only competition has been Samsung. But this new phone running Google's operating system changes everything.
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UN recommends North Korean be brought to International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity

The UN issued a damning report cataloguing crimes against humanity in North Korea which they said should be brought to the International Criminal Court. Mana Rabiee reports.
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Christina Aguilera's Fiance: 5 Things to Know About Matt Rutler!

Christina Aguilera recently got engaged to boyfriend Matt Rutler and announced it on Valentine's Day -- here's 5 things to know about him!
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Brazil's worst nightmare: Argentina wins World Cup

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — For Brazilians, not winning the World Cup would be bad enough.
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Saints: Free agency snapshot

METAIRIE, La. -- After cleaning house last week of several high-priced defensive veterans, the next order of business for the New Orleans Saints is determining which of their 15 unrestricted free agents they plan to try and re-sign.
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Schumacher Ski-Crash Investigators Say Resort Wasn’t at Fault

The ski resort in the French Alps where seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher suffered a near-fatal accident wasn’t to blame for the crash, investigators said. “There were no breaches by anybody. ...
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Babcock: Hamhuis, Subban don’t have chance of cracking top six

Canada appears to be committed to its current pairings.
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Malin Akerman Alters Tattoo For Estranged Husband, Now Reads Son's Initials: Picture

Actress Malin Akerman altered her wrist tattoo from a large "Z" for her estranged husband Roberto Zincone to a "SZ" for her son Sebastian Zincone
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New Scirocco breezes into Geneva

VW's latest generation Golf-derived coupé will be making its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which is quite fitting seeing as the company chose the same event to unveil the original Scirocco some 40 years ago. The two cars share the same engine and the Scirocco will be lighter and more…
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China concerned at Japan holding weapons-grade plutonium

China said on Monday it was "extremely concerned" by a report that Japan has resisted returning to the United States more than 300 kg (660 lb) of mostly weapons-grade plutonium, the latest dispute between the two Asian neighbors. Japan's Kyodo news agency said that Washington had pressed Japan to…
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Overturned tanker truck burns on I-45

It happened Sunday morning at the Gulf Freeway NB near the Loop, killing the driver
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This robot band has a guitarist with 78 fingers

British record label Warp Records will soon be releasing an album performed entirely by a three-piece band of Japanese robots called Z-Machines — the guitarist has 78 fingers, while the drummer rocks out with 22 arms. "In this project familiar instruments are used in ways which till now have been…
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Packers: Free agency snapshot

Head coach Mike McCarthy said in his season-ending news conference that tight end Jermichael Finley was doing rehab work in his continued recovery from spinal-fusion surgery Nov. 14, a little more than three weeks after he sustained a bruised spinal cord after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit on a…
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Raleigh police officer involved in crash

A Raleigh police officer was involved in a head-on crash at Poole Road at St. George Rd.
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Lupita Nyong'o Wows in Green Dior at BAFTA Awards: See the Pic

Lupita Nyong'o stunned on the red carpet at the BAFTA awards in London on Feb. 16 in a green Dior gown that is similar to the red Dior Haute Couture that fellow Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence wore to the Golden Globes 2013
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Ravens RB Rice, fiancee charged with assault

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his fiancee both were arrested early Saturday morning following an altercation at a casino, according to Atlantic City, N.J., police. Rice, 27, and Janay Palmer, 26, reportedly were captured on security cameras engaging in a physical struggle. "The…
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Report: David Beckham aims to bring superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to Miami

Becks is aiming to splash the cash and make Ronaldo Miami's first signing:
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7 of the Most Shocking Sci-Fi Film Deaths

The science fiction genre of movies is especially replete with sudden and unexpected film character deaths.
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Larry Brown: 'God put me here to coach' Allen Iverson

Larry Brown accepted one question about his team's poor foul shooting, lauded Fran Dunphy, briefly discussed rebounding differential, and then, after only one minute and 40 seconds, put his palms on the table and asked: The joke drew laughter from the media assembled for Brown's…
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Buffett's massive losses detailed

We have discussed Warren Buffett's option trading at length in the past, but a flurry of recent news stories has prompted us to take another look at the Oracle of Omaha's practices. The articles are primarily ...
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Forget Obamacare. Today's the 5-year anniversary of the Obama stimulus!

With all the talk of Obamacare these days, it's easy to forget President Obama's first big signature law: the $800 billion-plus stimulus package to boost the ailing U.S. economy in his second month in ...
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Inheriting Cano's spot, Roberts hopes for health

Brian Roberts remembered back a decade ago, when he was standing on second base and Derek Jeter approached. ''But for some reason when he tells it to you, you think you're the most important person in the world.'' Now they're teammates, and Roberts has a locker next to Jeter's in the New York…
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Bob Costas Returns To Sochi Olympics Coverage Monday (Photo)

Bob Costas returned to the NBC Olympics studios at the International Broadcast Center in Sochi, Russia, today to prepare to resume his primetime and late night hosting duties tomorrow night. Matt Lauer is back tonight as NBC’s Sochi Olympics primetime anchor for one more night before Costas returns…
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Record-breaking Davis, White dance to gold for USA

Sochi (Russia) (AFP) - Meryl Davis and Charlie White finally claimed a first Olympic ice dancing gold for figure skating powers the United States as they surged to victory with new world record scores on Monday. The Vancouver silver medallists led all the way to seal the title by a comfortable…
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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Welcome Daughter Hazel

Comedic actors Emily Blunt and John Krasinski welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Hazel, on Sunday.
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Curry upset in All-Star three-point shootout

NEW ORLEANS Warriors point guard Stephen Curry entered All-Star Weekend as the league's newest celebrity and the betting favorite to win the 3-point shootout. After earlier draining all three of his warmup 3-pointers, Curry was eliminated in the first round of the 3-point shootout Saturday night…
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3 Pop Culture Headlines You Missed: Jim Parsons to Host SNL, Big Bang on the Move, and Seth Meyers to Reteam with Fred Armisen

With news breaking every day in Hollywood, a number of stories get overlooked that should be a bigger deal than reported. This is a look at the top three from last week.
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That UAW Defeat Wasn't As Bad As It Looked

By now everyone has heard the disappointing news (among the adjectives used to describe it are "devastating" and "disastrous" and "crushing") out of Chattanooga, Tennessee, where workers at a Volkswagen plant voted, by a margin of 712-626, to reject membership in the United Auto Workers (UAW).…
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Peace talks between Pakistan and Taliban collapse after killings

By Maria Golovnina and Amjad Ali ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Peace talks between the Pakistani government and Taliban insurgents broke down on Monday after insurgents said they executed 23 soldiers in revenge for army operations in the volatile tribal regions on the Afghan border. Pakistan watchers have…
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John Jerry may be even more toxic than Richie Incognito

There’s been some talk around the NFL that Richie Incognito, the purported ringleader of the bullying in the Dolphins’ locker room, may not be able to find another team willing to sign him this offseason. But Dolphins guard John Jerry, who was also implicated in the bullying of Jonathan Martin, may…
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Can ‘Beetlejuice 2’ Work 27 Years Later?

The rumor mill has been churning about a possible "Beetlejuice" sequel, but now the rumors are being fed by the stars of the original. Could a sequel be on the way? And will it be a hit if it ...
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will not hold out to obtain new contract

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s positive attitude epitomizes why he deserves a new contract. Newton is eligible for a contract extension for the first time since he was drafted in 2011. Despite clearly being Carolina’s franchise quarterback, he does not … Continue reading →
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COLLAPSE IN SOUTH KOREA

Eight university students died and about 10 were feared trapped after the roof of a building collapsed in a South Korean city during a welcoming ceremony for freshmen.
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'Walking Dead': Can the Survivors -- and Their New Friends -- Find Sanctuary?

The AMC zombie drama introduces three pivotal characters from the comic series -- and touched on a potential chilling location from Robert Kirkman's graphic novels.
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SOCHI SCENE: Too hot for Lolo

KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) — Lolo Jones remains on a quest for Olympic gold. For now, she'd settle for cold.
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Simon Cowell Shares First Photos Of Son Eric

"Mr. Nasty" definitely has a soft side!Simon Cowell became a father to son Eric (with Lauren Silverman) on Friday, and now, the doting dad has shared photos of his baby boy.
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Wenger slams 'silly, disrespectful' Mourinho

The French boss, whose Arsenal side booked its place in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup just a day after Chelsea was knocked out, has hit back at the Portuguese's taunts
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Ice Dancer Calls Olympic Judging 'Fishy' After Top Pair Gets Surprisingly Low Score

There's a judging controversy in the Olympic...
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Matt Damon Gets Back at Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel for Twitter Jabs With Butt Fax: Picture

Matt Damon got back at Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel for heckling him about not having Twitter by sending them a funny fax -- see it now!
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No hard feelings between Dale Jr., Ambrose

NASCAR's most popular driver said it with a wry half-smile, after contact with Marcos Ambrose put the No. 88 car into the frontstretch wall and ended Earnhardt's pursuit of a victory in the season-opening Sprint Unlimited exhibition at Daytona International Speedway. Earnhardt repaid the…
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Eva Samkova - Natural beauty on and off the slopes, Presented by Carnival Cruises (10 photos)

Czech snowboarder Eva Samkova drew a fake mustache on herself as a good luck charm before the snowboardcross final, and walked away with the gold medal. Samkova is an elite athlete, but she is also a natural beauty. See photos of the Czech snowboarder without her lucky mustache. Presented by…
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Josh Radnor Cries Prepping for Final How I Met Your Mother Episode, Details From the Cast's Final Table Read

Josh Radnor cried reading the script for the final episode of How I Met Your Mother -- details here on the cast's emotional final read through!
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Conan O'Brien Congratulates Jimmy Fallon on Tonight Show Premiere Day

Conan O'Brien congratulates Jimmy Fallon for his Tonight Show debut; Plus, Fallon writes a heartfelt message via Instagram on his premiere day -- read their comments
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Colin Farrell’s ‘Winter’s Tale’ Is His Third Box-Office Flop in Row

With “Winter’s Tale” misfiring over the weekend, leading man Colin Farrell has suffered another box-office bummer. The romantic fantasy from Warner Bros. is going to take in less than $10 million over the four-day Presidents Day weekend. That makes three movies in a row in which Farrell has…
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Here's How Obama Completely Dismantled The Debt Ceiling As A Political Weapon

If there was any doubt after the government...
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Vanessa Mae ready for bow on Olympic stage

Rosa Khutor (Russia) (AFP) - Vanessa Mae will trade in her violin for skis and poles when she makes her bow on the Olympic stage in the women's giant slalom on Wednesday. However, strict British Olympic Association rules on team selection for alpine skiing saw Mae, who competes under her birth…
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Katy Perry, John Mayer Not Engaged Despite Valentine's Day Rumors

Katy Perry and John Mayer are not engaged, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly; engagement rumors surfaced when Perry stepped out wearing a ring on that finger with Mayer on Valentine's Day -- get the details
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Reality Check: Biggest Injustices of Idol's Top 30! Plus: Four Singers Who Must Advance This Week

It’s “Rush Week” on American Idol — which is quite possibly just a nice way of saying “brace for a bloodbath.” Indeed, while J.Lo, Harry and Keith whittled the Season 13 field to just 30 hopefuls last Thursday, the next […]
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Kevin Durant extremely tired of LeBron James comparisons

Kevin Durant and LeBron James have pulled away from the field, setting up what could be a thrilling head-to-head finish down the stretch for Most Valuable Player. Durant is having the better season so far. There’s little question about that. With Russell Westbrook out, Durant has put the Thunder on…
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Cowboys: Free agency snapshot

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has no intention of firing Jerry Jones the general manager.
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What it would mean if a 'man off the street' knocked off one of the UFC's best

Pat Cummins, who hasn't fought in nine months, is a huge underdog against Daniel Cormier at UFC 170, but if he wins Saturday it could change the sport forever.
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UAW's Devastating Defeat in Tennessee: Four Blunt Points

The union, which had VW's support, was crushed by conservative outsiders bent on weakening labor's political spending. Exploiting the legacy of Detroit helped Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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