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Sep 24, 2013

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U.S. Senate Republicans start closing ranks on spending bill

By Richard Cowan and Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday appeared to fall in line with their leaders who want to pass an emergency spending bill by September 30 and avoid government shutdowns, even if it means failing in a drive to destroy "Obamacare."…
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Miley Topless & Tongue Out For Rolling Stone

Miley Cyrus doesn't have much left to bare! The Wrecking Ball singer covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine and poses with her trademark tongue-wagging, but sans the clothes.
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Man City voted team of week in AP poll

LONDON (AP) -- Manchester City is first in this week's Associated Press global soccer poll after beating city rival Manchester United 4-1, and Sergio Aguero's two goals earned him the top player vote.
The Associated Press
Soccer
Cristiano Ronaldo
Manchester City F.C.
Real Madrid C.F.
Lionel Messi
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Watch a Fox News host's unhinged rant about Muslims, mosques, and Kenya

Forget the Ground Zero mosque.Fox News co-host Bob Beckel doesn't want any more mosques anywhere in the U.S., until American Muslims denounce the Kenyan mall attacks.
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The 5 Barkiest Dog Breeds

Some dog breeds are more inclined to bark than others. Check out Pet360's list of the 5 breeds that tend to bark the most!
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Prince George's Official Portrait Displayed in Queen Elizabeth's Sitting Room at Balmoral Castle

Queen Elizabeth II has a portrait of Prince George displayed prominently in her sitting room at Balmoral Castle
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Four Charged in Mass Chicago Shooting

CHICAGO – Four people have been charged in the gang-related Chicago shooting involving an assault-style rifle that injured 13 people last Thursday night, including a 3-year old boy, police announced today. “As of right now we have four offenders charged in this shooting, including the...
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Carnival results still affected by earlier mishaps

Lingering images of passengers stranded at sea for days as toilets back up and air conditioners fail have been enough to keep vacationers away from Carnival Cruise Lines, even as the company continues ...
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Big storms hit Mexico (82 photos)

Human nature is sharing the blame with Mother Nature in Mexico for the destruction spawned by twin storms, with critics pointing to shoddy construction, endemic corruption and political wheeling-and-dealing. The country was thrashed last week by a rare tag team of tropical storms on opposite…

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Is It Really Lincoln? Gettsyburg Photo Stirs Debate

In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln stirred the soul of an embattled nation with the famous speech he delivered in Gettysburg, Pa. And now, 150 years later, Lincoln has again aroused passions by appearing in a stereoscopic photograph taken on the day of the Gettysburg Address.
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Ibrahimovic extends PSG contract until 2016

The Swede wants to play the rest of his prime at Parc des Princes, while club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi hopes the player and PSG can conquer the Champions League together.
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We Homeschool Because Religion Doesn’t Belong in Public Schools

For many people, the fact that praying/religion is no longer allowed in public school is upsetting. Why shouldn't we start the day with a prayer or religious reading in our public schools?
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Kelly to Peyton: 'We'll go play in a parking lot'

Peyton Manning leads the league in passing yards, touchdowns and quarterback rating, among other categories. The Broncos are 3-0 and they’ve looked dominant in each game. On Sunday, they’ll host the Eagles, who have lost two straight. Early lines in Vegas have installed Denver as a double-digit…
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ID Theft Ring Scammed Thousands Of Cell Phones From Verizon, AT&T, Apple

According a government lawsuit, the Secret Service has seized more than $800,000 and 5,300 phones from three locations and a bank account associated with iBuy Express of Michigan.
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Why Ted Cruz will spend the rest of the day speaking on the Senate floor about Obamacare

Texas lawmaker begins filibuster-esque speech over the health care law.
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Archaeologists uncover Brazilian artifacts including thought to be toothbrush of Emperor Pedro II (13 photos)

An ivory toothbrush thought to have belonged to Brazil's Emperor Pedro II and a minty toothpaste made by a European chemist for the Portuguese queen are among more than 200,000 pieces dating from the 17th through 19th centuries that archeologists have unearthed from a site in Rio de Janeiro…

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Deleted! Khloé Kardashian Drops ‘Odom’ From Her Instagram Name

Khloé Kardashian Odom's fourth wedding anniversary is just days away and she's doing some, um, housekeeping. The 29-year-old "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star, whose marital troubles with Lamar Odom have made headlines for the last month, has dropped the … Continue reading →
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Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels Learn to Read in First Look From ‘Dumb and Dumber To’ Set (Photo)

Fresh off his first Emmy win for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “Newsroom” star Jeff Daniels is dumbing himself down alongside co-star Jim Carrey in the first on-set picture from “Dumb and Dumber To.”
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Week 4 fantasy waiver wire acquisitions

23 names to consider entering Week 4 in the NFL.
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Cherokee girl transferred to adoptive parents

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The South Carolina couple who adopted a Cherokee girl at the center of a yearslong custody dispute came to Oklahoma last month vowing not to leave without the child.
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2 popes reach out to atheists in apparent campaign

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI has emerged from his self-imposed silence inside the Vatican walls to publish a lengthy letter to one of Italy's most well-known atheists. In it, he defends his record on handling sexually abusive priests and discusses everything from evolution to…
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'Get a boat!' Venezuela flights booked full for months

By Girish Gupta and Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - If you live in Venezuela and want to fly abroad, get in line. Flights are booked solid months in advance, not from a new interest in exotic destinations but because locals are profiting from a play on the nation's tightly controlled currency…
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Police: Boy, 2, Fatally Mauled by Pit Bulls

A 2-year-old boy died Monday after being attacked by as many as five pit bulls in Colton, police said. Wendy Burch reports.
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Red Wings seem set up for success in shift to East

DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Red Wings seem to have set themselves up for success as they shift to the Eastern Conference.
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Top 10 Community Colleges

Using data from the National Center for Education Statistics, we ranked more than 900 public two-year institutions to determine the best and brightest schools.
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Effects of Ancient Meteor Impacts Still Visible on Earth Today

More than 35 million years ago, a 15-story wall of water triggered by an asteroid strike washed over Virginia from its coast, then located at Richmond, to the foot of the inland Blue Ridge Mountains — an impact that would affect millions of people should it occur today. Yet despite its age, the…
SPACE.com
Science, Social Science, & Humanities
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Egyptian Dog Mummy Infested with Bloodsucking Parasites

A dog mummy has revealed the first archaeological evidence of bloodsucking parasites plaguing Fido's ancestors in Egypt during the classical era of Roman rule.
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[video] Obama to United Nations: 'America is Exceptional'

Addressing the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, President Obama said the world is a "better place" for America's involvement in resolving foreign conflicts and to scale back that involvement ...
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6 more people found alive, well after Colo. floods

DENVER (AP) — The final six people who were unaccounted for after massive flooding in Colorado have been found safe and well, authorities said Tuesday, but new spills were reported in water-damaged oilfields.
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M&M's Newest Flavor

M&M's to release exciting new flavor next may!
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NYPD: More Police Around Shopping Malls

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the NYPD has increased its visible presence around malls and shopping areas. He also says the NYPD is closely watching the situation in Kenya. (Sept. 24)
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Canceled Wedding Turns into Dinner for Homeless

(Newser) – Willie and Carol Fowler were prepared to lose their deposits. Their daughter canceled her Georgia wedding with just 40 days' notice, and the venue, food, and entertainment were already paid for.
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Watch a retired F-16 fighter return as a target practice drone

When old fighter jets are retired from service, they're not necessarily mothballed — sometimes, they're turned into unmanned planes for test pilots to shoot down. And that's precisely what's happened with this F-16 retrofitted by Boeing, which was recently tested at Florida's Tyndall Air Force…
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Drinking habits linked to partner violence

By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men's and women's drinking habits could provide hints about their risk of being in a violent relationship, a new study suggests. Men who regularly drank at parties at their friends' houses were more likely to be violent toward their partners, researchers…
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Al Qaeda-Linked Syria Group Enjoying USAID? You’ve Got to See This to Believe It

Are terrorists enjoying the small comforts of U.S. equipment and supplies meant to aide legitimate rebels?
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Search under way for Italy cruise wreck's missing bodies

ROME (AFP) - The search for two bodies still missing 20 months after Italy's Costa Concordia cruise ship tragedy began Tuesday off the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy's civil protection agency said.
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Cazorla: Ozil has given Arsenal a big leap in quality

The Spanish international believes the club's record signing has taken Gunners to the next level, and hopes to return from injury in time to face Napoli in the Champions League.
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Teen Punches Out Window to Rescue Man from Sinking Car

A teenager plunged neck-deep into a river and punched open a car window to save a man from the sinking vehicle. Remarkably, he didn’t even bruise his fist. Peter Schioppo II, a 19-year-old from Guilford, Conn., was at a dock on the East River at...
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How to Build Your Perfect Fall Wardrobe with Just 11 Pieces(11 photos)

by Alison Syrett Cleary Blame it on all the talk about minimalism this season, or Garance Doré's tips on dressing like a French girl (rule number 1: always stay true to your style, even if it's not on trend), but I'm really trying to whittle my wardrobe down to the essentials. Hopefully, once…

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Warren Buffett on Obamacare

A week ago, billionaire investor Warren Buffett denied he wants to “scrap” Obamacare, calling such reports “totally false.” But that has done little to stop some Republicans from spreading the [...]
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Alex Rodriguez Buys New Condo in Miami Beach for $2.1 Million

The embattled MLB star purchased the condo in late June.
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Real Estate
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New York Yankees
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Report: Brandon Jennings punched by rapper The Game at L.A. club

This post must start with a disclaimer: Take all of this with plenty of salt. Reports of what celebrities did in a club late at night are as reliable as milk a week past the use by date. But if you choose to believe the reports, apparently rapper The Game got fed up with Brandon…
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What Sony's PlayStation Timetable Says About the Industry

A 2014 PlayStation 4 launch suggests things are not right in the homeland.
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Wookiee? ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Casting Call Suggests Hairy Biped

So you want to be a Wookiee? This could be your lucky day! That is, if you're extremely tall, relatively thin, and have good posture. British casting service Spotlight has reportedly put out its feelers for actors who fit the … Continue reading →
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30-Year Fixed Mortgage Rates Plunge to Lowest Level in 3 Months

Mortgage rates for 30-year fixed mortgages fell this week, with the current rate borrowers were quoted on Zillow Mortgage Marketplace at 4.17 percent.
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'The Dark Knight' Trilogy

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Investors Are Buying High, Yet Again

Sell low, buy high. Wash, rinse, repeat. Investors have indulged that predilection time and again—most recently piling into the stock market just ahead of collapses in 2008 and 2001. Now it seems as if ...
BusinessWeek
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The 2014 Chevy Impala: A Game-Changer for GM?

GM has two sparkling new Chevy cars coming out at the same time in the 2014 Corvette Stingray and the 2014 Impala. What makes the new Impala a game-changer?
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A Walk Down Memory Lane: 5 Incredible Vintage Wedding Cakes

Travel back in time and see what brides of yesteryear served on their big day
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Get Cozy with This Chicken and Potato Hash

Looking for a meal that's hearty enough for dinner, but stress-free enough for breakfast? Why not try a hash? It's a perfect way to use the leftovers taking up space in your fridge, while creating something that's incredibly delicious in the process.
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Penn State's softened sentence is an admission that the NCAA went too far

The Jerry Sandusky scandal was always a criminal and civil case, and an athletic governing body should never have involved itself in punishing the school.
Yahoo Sports
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The World's First Typewriters (12 photos)

In this age of blinking lights and personal communication devices, we have a strong collective experience towards typing and nostalgia for the typewriter. The QWERTY keyboard, which first appeared in 1874, is remarkably one of the most important communication tools today. One must see these early…

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Israel delegation to snub Iran president's UN speech

JERUSALEM (AFP) - The Israeli delegation will boycott Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's address to the UN General Assembly later Tuesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office announced.
AFP
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Foreign Policy
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
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5 Things You Need to Know About E-Cigarettes

Sales of E-Cigarettes Are Expected to Top $1 Billion This Year
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12 Gadgets Ahead of Their Time

A piece of technology doesn't have to be a hit for it to be a milestone. In fact, some of the most important gadgets flopped, as it takes years of refinement for any given product category to resonate with mainstream consumers. For pioneering companies, it's about pointing the way for an industry…
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Prosecutors to SAC: Let's settle for $2 billion

Prosecutors have proposed settling a insider trading case against SAC Capital Advisors for $1.5 billion to $2 billion, Dow Jones reported Tuesday.
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Upcoming Marvel, Star Wars Movies Should be Focus for Disney

Why does Disney keep slipping up in the movie business when it has so many lucrative franchises at its disposal?
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Report: Dodgers player boasted of urinating in Diamondbacks pool at Chase Field

As reporter Tony Jackson writes in his blog, new information coming to light regarding the Los Angeles Dodgers taking their NL West-clinching celebration into the Chase Field pool takes the story to "a whole … Continue reading →
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Special Report: The struggle Pakistan does not want reported

By Matthew Green KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Abdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make…
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Why babies smell good enough to eat

It turns out that when a new mom says her baby is so sweet, so deliciously cute, that it is good enough to eat, she is expressing an urge linked to the survival of the species.
The Week
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How I Hire: Got Any Questions?

Jay Goltz and Eilene Zimmerman, You’re the Boss bloggers, are standing by to answer them.
New York Times
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LinkedIn
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How High Will Sea Levels Go by 2100?

Rising sea level is among the most potentially catastrophic effects of human-caused climate change. Increases in sea level strengthen the destructive power of storms, and threaten to swamp major coastal cities, as well as small-island and low-lying nations. In the United States alone, more than 8…
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Wonder Bread Returns to Shelves With New 'Old' Look

Wonder Bread and 3 Former Hostess Favorites Back in Stores
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This is the No.1 reason why Apple is replacing the iPhone 5 with the 5c

When it launched the iPhone 5c this year, Apple broke its long-standing tradition of keeping its most recent high-end iPhone model on the market and selling it out a discount. And now we have a good idea of why: It’s all about money. AllThingsD points us to a recent iPhone teardown conducted by IHS…
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New York Yankees Fan Fired After Missing Work To Keep Incredible Attendance Streak Alive

Joseph Neubauer, who hasn't missed a contest in the Bronx in 40 years, lost his job after attending a recent game. Keywords: Baseball, New York Yankees, MLB
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Deputy accused of starving horses

A 17-year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff's Department is under investigation after being accused of neglecting two horses
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NFL power rankings 2013, Week 4: 49ers, Packers tumble in composite rankings

Plenty of preseason favorites to be deep contenders in the postseason find themselves in a precarious place in the NFL standings after three weeks. The San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons all entered Week 3 as in the top 10 of the composite rankings, but are now on the…
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Atlanta Falcons
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The 7 Best Cookies for Kids (And Adults)

7 fun-to-make and fun-to-eat cookies for kids and kids at heart
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Court: Applicants wrongly denied US citizenship

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — For more than two decades, Sigifredo Saldana Iracheta insisted he was a U.S. citizen, repeatedly explaining to immigration officials that he was born to an American father and a Mexican mother in a city just south of the Texas border.
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The Case For Skipping Meals

Researchers are finding evidence that periodic fasting is beneficial
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4 men charged in Chicago shooting that injured 13

CHICAGO (AP) — Two suspected gunmen and two others have been charged in last week's shooting of 13 people including a 3-year-old boy in a crowded Chicago park, police said Tuesday.
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Sept. 24: A look at the Overlook in honor of ‘Shining’ sequel’s release today

"Doctor Sleep," Stephen King's long-awaited sequel to "The Shining," was released today (and, full disclosure, at least one of us here at Yahoo Homes is already several chapters into it). So we thought we'd use this excuse opportunity to explore the terrifying setting of "The Shining": the Overlook…
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Ratings: Voice and Castle Return Up, Blacklist Beats Down Hostages, Sleepy Hollow Still Strong

Premiere week is upon us, and thus are many Monday numbers to crunch. Let’s go network-by-network, ‘K? RELATED | The Voice Season 5 Premiere Recap: You Know We’re Here for the Party NBC | The Voice kicked off Season 5 […]
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Casual carpoolers robbed at gunpoint

Casual carpoolers waiting in line at an Oakland pickup stop were the victims of a brazen armed robbery Monday morning.
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This Map Shows Where You're Most Likely To Die From Air Pollution

The bane of the industrial revolution.
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Golf-Kuchar assesses 'best year', fatigue and Woods

By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Just like Tiger Woods, Matt Kuchar did not play well at the season-ending Tour Championship after succumbing to a hectic schedule but the American can still reflect on the "best year" of his career on the PGA Tour. Kuchar won two big events on…
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Harley Earl’s custom Corvette Sting Ray runs to auction — and a potential record

As a gift for retired long-time General Motors design chief Harley Earl, the GM design staff he had once overseen plucked a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray from the St. Louis factory and customized it to his tastes — from sporting side exhausts to a second instrument panel. Next month, that Corvette will…
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5 Things to Know About the Flu Shot

5 Flu Shot Facts to Keep in Mind for Flu Season
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The Easiest Apple Pie Recipe Ever

Follow this simple recipe and you'll have a delicious homemade apple pie in just over half an hour.
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2 Things to Look For in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Debut Tonight

How to know whether Marvel’s big TV bet will pay off.
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Relay nabs Schierholtz at home

PIT@CHC: Pirates' relay cuts down Schierholtz at home
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Apple's iOS vs Android -- Learning From the PC Wars

Will the Android mobile operating system eventually marginalize Apple's iOS?
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Should My Foster Daughter Call Me "Mommy"?

Friends frequently ask me "What's she going to call you?" in reference to my my 10-month-old foster daughter. I usually shrug and hold out hope that they will give advice, or at least an opinion, but no such luck. She is my fourth foster child and I still don't have the answer.
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Honeywell seeks clarity on U.S. airline display panel proposal

Honeywell on Tuesday said it wanted U.S. air safety regulators to explain a new proposal to compel airlines to change cockpit instrument panels the company makes for Boeing planes over concerns that Wi-Fi ...
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Dina Lohan Gets Probation and Driver’s License Suspended for DWI

Dina Lohan should consider herself a lucky woman. The troubled mother of actress Lindsay Lohan made her case in court Tuesday morning and got off relatively unscathed. Dina pleaded "not guilty" to the charge of Driving While Intoxicated stemming from … Continue reading →
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A Dream Come True: Bride with Cancer Receives Fantasy Wedding

Last December, San Jose, CA hairstylist, Jen Bulik, received the worst news possible and was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. She and her boyfriend of six years, Jeff Lang, a yoga instructor, decided to marry as soon as possible. Due to time constraints, her illness and limited finances, they…
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Should the Emmys Have Honored Cory Monteith?

Cory Monteith's acting career didn't warrant the special recognition he received on last night's broadcast, some in the industry say.Five stars who died this past year were honored by colleagues as part of the traditional "In Memoriam" segment of the show. Rob Reiner spoke for his All in the Family…
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Photoville 2013: 'Photography-focused pop up village' comes alive in Brooklyn (19 photos)

Photoville 2013 is a 74,000 sq. ft. photography-focused pop up village in Brooklyn, New York that fills more than 45 shipping containers repurposed into photo & multi-media galleries. Photoville features over 40 exhibitions from great names such as Ann Curry of NBC, Tyler Hicks of the New York…

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 said to feature metal case as Apple turns to plastic for iPhone 5c

Sometimes the tech industry is just too poetic. Samsung is once again rumored to be prepping a huge change for its flagship Galaxy S5 that will debut in the second quarter next year. The smartphone giant has been widely criticized for releasing high-end smartphones that feel cheap and flimsy due to…
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Obamacare Countdown: Americans Still in the Dark about Health Insurance Exchanges

Few Americans know what they are and how they will work.
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Report: Blake Griffin Had A Child With Brynn Cameron, The Mother Of Matt Leinart's Son

The Los Angeles Clippers superstar had a son with the ex-girlfriend of the Heisman winner. Keywords: Basketball, Football, NBA, NFL, Matt Leinart, Blake Griffin, Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Clippers, USC Trojans
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10 Surprising Uses for Honey Outside the Kitchen

Bees make it and we get to enjoy it. But honey is good for more than just sweetening recipes.
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2 charged after burning bodies found in Palos Park forest preserve

Murder charges have been filed in the death of a mother and daughter in Palos Park.
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Cash Kings 2013: The World’s Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Artists

Sean “Diddy” Combs hasn’t always agreed with FORBES’ evaluations of his wealth. “[Screw] the Forbes list,” he rapped on a Rick Ross song three years ago. “Let’s tell the truth: I ate more.” These days, however, the hip-hop mogul is changing his tune. “You started learning how to count right, I…
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There's A Huge Password Security Quirk In iOS 7 That Lets Siri Control Your iPhone

You're phone is never really locked.
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Blame the Brain: Why Psychopaths Lack Empathy

Psychopaths are usually described as lacking empathy, and a new study reveals the neurological basis for this dearth of feeling.
LiveScience.com
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Mortgage rates lay a cold hand on housing sector

Over the past few months there's been a sneaking suspicion among investors and home buyers that an extended spell of low mortgage rates and spiking home prices were laying the groundwork for another calamitous ...
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NBA may have Heat, Nets wear nicknames on jerseys

MIAMI (AP) -- So long, James, Allen, Pierce and Garnett.
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Weight loss tied to knee arthritis benefits

By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Intensive weight loss together with regular exercise did more to ease knee arthritis than exercise alone for overweight and obese adults in a new U.S. study. Knee inflammation, pain and functioning all improved more among people who cut back on…
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3 hurt in Juniata school bus crash

Three people are hospitalized after a four vehicle collision in Philadelphia's Juniata section.
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China tries ex-banker with many homes on ID fakery

A former Chinese banking official accused of amassing a real estate empire of at least 45 properties under multiple fake identities stood trial Tuesday for forgery, state media said, in a case that has ...
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Bethenny's Mediterranean Quinoa Recipe

Quinoa can be used in so many different ways! Bethenny talked about the grain on the show today and included it in this easy recipe.
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Study: Pentagon could cuts thousands of employees

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department could shed 60,000 more troops than planned and 50,000 civilian employees without hurting U.S. fighting power, four former members of the Pentagon's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a new report on military strategy and spending.
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Ranking Jon Jones Among the Top Five Light Heavyweights in UFC History

COMMENTARY | At UFC 165, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones defeated challenger Alexander Gustafsson to successfully defend his title for a sixth time, a UFC record. Considering that the light heavyweight division has long been the most marketable and exciting in the UFC, Jones' dominance has…
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Beer Belly? Man's Gut Brews Own Alcohol

A 61-year-old man in Texas didn't have to drink alcohol to get drunk — his gut bacteria brewed the alcohol for him, according to a recent report of the unusual case.
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iOS 7 officially replaces iOS 6: Apple ends signing old OS

If you’d planned on downgrading from iOS 7 to iOS 6 on your iPhone or iPad this week using the official restore method from Apple, you’ll be out of luck starting this week. This is because as of the start of this week, Apple has stopped “signing” old versions of restore points for the operating […]
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NCIS: How Will Ziva Say Goodbye? And 7 Other Burning Questions for Season 11

In case you haven't heard, big changes are underway at NCIS.
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3-alarm fire destroys church in West Oakland

A fire at the Zion First Church of God in Christ on Center Street almost completely destroyed the church Monday afternoon.
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New England Patriots: Team’s Most Disappointing Player Thus Far

COMMENTARY | Although there have been some bumps in the road, the New England Patriots have zoomed out to a 3-0 start this season. Along the way the team has encountered a number of things they weren't expecting; some good and some bad.
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Update: Charges dropped against dad arrested for objecting to Common Core

On Monday, the Baltimore County state’s attorney’s office took one look at the case against the father in suburban Baltimore who was violently arrested for objecting to the implementation of the Common Core at a public forum and promptly dropped all charges, reports The Baltimore Sun.
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Piers Morgan Says ‘It’s Over For Jon Stewart’

Longtime rivalry between hosts.
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Christian Ponder: An Unpleasant Surprise

COMMENTARY | As the Minnesota Vikings are in London in search of their first win of the season in Sunday's "home" game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, there are plenty of questions as to what has gone wrong in the early going of the season. The primary reason the Vikings have stumbled out of the…
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Are Burger King's New Satisfries Healthy?

by Mike Roussell, ph.D., SHAPE Diet DoctorQ: OK, what's the deal with BK's new Satisfries? Are these a healthier option than regular fries?A: Satisfries, a new French fry from BK, are made with a batter that absorbs less of the frying oil so the finished product is slightly lower in fat. They are a…
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Jon Hamm to Undergo Throat Surgery to Remove "Single Polyp"

Mad Men star Jon Hamm is set to undergo throat surgery, his rep confirms to Us Weekly
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Pro Wrestling Debate: Long Title Reigns or Many Title Reigns?

COMMENTARY | Many contemporary fans consider Ric Flair to be the greatest professional wrestler in history because of his numerous World Heavyweight Championship title reigns.
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6 Things Your Pee is Trying to Tell You

You know that you've had your share of water/beer/coffee by the frequency in which you need to use the bathroom, but what else can pee tell you about your health and habits? A lot, it turns out. We asked R. Mark Ellerkmann, M.D., director for the Center of Urogynecology at the Weinberg Center for…
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Valvoline to partner with Hendrick Motorsports from 2014

Valvoline, a longtime partner of Ford teams in NASCAR, will switch to Chevrolet’s longtime flagship team Hendrick Motorsports in 2014. The new multiyear agreement through 2017 will see Valvoline featured as a prominent associate sponsor on the four cars driven by Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Dale…
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IRS official at heart of tea party scandal retires

Facing a possible firing, the Internal Revenue Service official at the center of the agency's tea party scandal retired Monday, ending one chapter in a ruckus that has engulfed the tax-collection agency ...
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Redesigned $100 Bill Coming in October (7 photos)

The Federal Reserve will begin circulating a redesigned $100 bill this fall, more than two years after its initial target. The Fed has set a target date of Oct. 8. The redesigned note incorporates added security features, such as a blue, 3-D security ribbon and a disappearing Liberty Bell in an…

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Cubs, White Sox close out losing seasons

CHICAGO (AP) -- Three-year-old Nolan Kogut made his first visit to Wrigley Field last Sunday and his father, Kevin, carefully handled a certificate heralding the occasion while his son shouted ''Go Cubs!'' long before the start of the game.
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Kanye West: I Was Defending Myself During Paparazzo Throwdown

Kanye West has come out swinging. The 36-year-old rapper is responding to a civil lawsuit filed against him by paparazzo Daniel Ramos stemming from a physical altercation the men had July 19 at Los Angeles International Airport, which was memorably … Continue reading →
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Jimi Hendrix’s Ex-Girlfriend Forces Director to Re-Edit New Film

A new movie about the early years of late guitar hero Jimi Hendrix went back to the editing room for modifications, and the director even had to reshoot some footage after one of Hendrix's ex-girlfriends complained to the Irish Film Board, which subsidized the movie. All Is By My Side stars rapper…
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NASCAR has been turned upside down in 2 months

These are strange times in NASCAR, where everything has turned upside down in the blink of an eye. Michael Waltrip Racing is fighting for its survival in the wake of a race-fixing scandal and a driver ...
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Lions trade rumors: Detroit shopping for wide receivers after Nate Burleson injury

The Detroit Lions are reportedly pursuing a trade to acquire a wide receiver to replace the injured Nate Burleson, according to Lions beat writer Tim Twentyman. The Lions lost Burleson early Tuesday morning after the wideout broke his arm in a car accident while driving home from watching Monday…
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ICC refuses to postpone Kenyan president's trial

THE HAGUE (AFP) - The International Criminal Court on Tuesday denied a request to postpone Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta's trial for crimes against humanity.
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Ravenswood Exclusive: Watch the Official Trailer!

Be afraid for Caleb, Pretty Little Liars fans. Be very afraid. TVLine exclusively has obtained the first official official trailer for the ABC Family saga’s spin-off Ravenswood (bowing Oct. 22 at 9/8c), and it finds Tyler Blackburn‘s Rosewood export in a […]
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Under Pressure: Ryane Clowe

No, not to spell his first name normally.
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Unemployed Man Finds $200 Tucked into Boxes of Cookies at Walmart

A man was surprised when he found a $100 dollar bill sticking out of a box of cookies at Walmart. When he returned to the store to give the money back, he noticed another bill sticking out of the box. Walmart let him keep the money.
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Can the St. Louis Cardinals Hold On and Win Again?

COMMENTARY | It has been one of the most exciting races of the 2013 baseball season, and it doesn't even involve pierogies or sausage.
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Emmy Awards 2013 After-Party Fashion: 5 Looks You May Have Missed

Last night we showed you our favorite picks from the Emmy red carpet, but there are five more after-party looks I think you all should see.
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Rashad Johnson on Missing Fingertip: 'This Type of Stuff Happens'

Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson said he has no idea how he lost the tip of his middle finger in Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. “It probably wasn’t getting used for anything good, anyway,” the 204-pound safety said. Johnson, who is in his fifth...
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Miley Cyrus vs. ‘Breaking Bad’: ‘I Could Literally Cook Meth Because of That Show’

Miley Cyrus doesn’t really get why people get offended by her behavior — but not, say, by “Breaking Bad.”
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Part two of Justin Timberlake's 'The 20/20 Experience' is now streaming on iTunes

One week before it hits shelves, part two of Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience is now streaming on iTunes. The album can be streamed in its entirety on Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS. It's presented as one long audio file clocking in at an hour and 14 minutes, so you'll need to do some manual…
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Cleveland Indians: Three Reasons Why a Wild-Card Spot Is Theirs to Lose

COMMENTARY | With each passing day, it's looking more and more like there will a party crasher in the American League playoffs this fall.
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Venezuela: where used car salesmen are king?

For the past nine months, Luis Medina, a building caretaker, has scoured new car listings, searching for a light truck or SUV. Despite having the cash in hand, he's regularly turned away from dealerships due to years-long waiting lists.
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When up is down and down is up: the political paradoxes of Obamacare

The Republican intraparty warfare over Obamacare is just one part of the confusion the health care law has triggered.
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`Steve Jobs Time Capsule` is Finally Unearthed

A time capsule buried nearly 30 years ago has finally been unearthed, and the most sought after bounty was put in by the late Steve Jobs, one of the founders of Apple Computers. An old mouse that was used for an early Apple Computer was put in the capsule by Jobs.
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Here are 12 kind-of euphemisms for how rough the Orlando Magic’s season is going to be

Reasonable people can differ as to whether the Orlando Magic fielded the worst team in the NBA last season. On one hand, they finished with a record of 20-62, which gave them the lowest winning percentage in the league; on … Continue reading →
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Top 10 Video Game Consoles

These are the devices that best put us in the game. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down the top 10 greatest video game consoles.
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CBS to Test a Third Version of ‘NCIS’ Franchise

The possible new show would be based in New Orleans and would be introduced the way “NCIS: Los Angeles” was introduced: as a “planted spinoff.”
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Jimmy John's to sponsor Harvick in 2014

Jimmy John's will follow Kevin Harvick to Stewart-Haas Racing as a sponsor for the No. 4 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning in 2014.
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SC man wins $400M Powerball jackpot, keeps private

The winner of a $400 million Powerball jackpot cashed in his ticket Monday in South Carolina, but he told lottery officials that he wants to remain anonymous. The lottery released a few details about last ...
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Egypt: No immediate move to dismantle Brotherhood

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's military-backed government on Tuesday signaled it was in no rush to dismantle the Muslim Brotherhood, preferring to wait for a ruling outlawing the ousted president's group to be upheld by a higher tribunal.
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Fantasy football waiver wire: Five quarterbacks to target for Week 4

There are a few quarterbacks who haven't lived up to the hype. While there's no reason for anyone to worry about Colin Kaepernick, patience could be wearing thin on a guy like Eli Manning after his dud in Carolina. Ben Roethlisberger also looks like a lost cause, so fantasy owners could be on the…
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Real Madrid claim Manchester United was in for Gareth Bale

"Bale has come cheaply," Perez said.
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NFC East: Fred Smoot calls RG3 a 'brat'

Fred Smoot think it's time for one of the biggest couples in Washington to break up.The couple, of course, is Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and head coach Mike Shanahan.Appearing on a local radio show on 106.7 The Fan (via The Washington Post), Smoot — a Redskin for seven years who…
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Split between college football's upper and middle classes endorsed by faculty

Earlier in September, the Faculty Athletics Representatives Board of Directors recommended to the NCAA's Division I Board of Directors a new governance structure, which includes a separate division that most likely would be made up of the five current power conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12,…
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Lakers not talking extension with Kobe (as if that was a surprise)

Kobe Bryant could walk away from the Lakers as a free agent next summer. That’s not at all likely — Kobe has said repeatedly he is a Laker for life and team management has said they want to keep him in the Laker family as long as he wants to play — but how unlikely…
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Kaley Cuoco's Sister Briana Cuoco Scores Audition for The Voice

Kaley Cuoco's younger sister, Briana Cuoco, scored a blind audition for The Voice during the show's season premiere on Sept. 23; Mayim Bialik says "she has a beautiful voice"
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Italian court orders new search of Costa Concordia wreck

ROME (Reuters) - An Italian court on Tuesday called for a new expert examination of the Costa Concordia cruise liner to seek further evidence related to its sinking, accepting a request from the lawyers of the ship's captain and civil parties. Last week the Concordia was raised off the rocks where…
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Tassotti: Balotelli was in the wrong

The Milan assistant believes the Italy international deserved to be red carded following Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Napoli.
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Ratings: NBC’s ‘Voice’ Roars, ‘Blacklist’ Hits; CBS’s ‘Hostages’ and ‘Mom’ So-So

A rising “Voice” and big debut for “The Blacklist” helped NBC win the first night of the new TV season, while CBS’s “Hostages” and “Mom” debuted to so-so numbers.
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Dragon and the Moon: Autumn Harvest Festival in Hong Kong (12 photos)

The autumn harvest festival, which is a cross between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day, is celebrated on the 15th day of the eight month of the Chinese lunar calendar, when the moon is at its roundest and brightest.

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Cowboys sign Drake Nevis

The Cowboys may be without defensive end Anthony Spencer for the rest of the season and the team made a move on Tuesday to shuffle up the options available to them on the defensive line. The team announced that they have signed defensive tackle Drake Nevis, who worked out for the team last week.…
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Terrelle Pryor says he can’t remember much of Oakland Raiders’ loss to Denver Broncos

Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor reportedly suffered concussion in Monday's 37-21 loss to the Denver Broncos. He then tweeted about the experience — what he remembered, anyway — on Tuesday morning. Sorry about the loss RaiderNation. I don't remember much … Continue reading →
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Humbled Netflix Made a Bonehead Mistake

Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos miscalculated when they compared Netflix to HBO.
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Cleveland Browns nose tackle Phil Taylor takes exception to Adrian Peterson’s Browns-bashing tweet

It doesn't matter if the whole world — including Adrian Peterson — thought the Cleveland Browns were tanking after they traded away Trent Richardson. Phil Taylor, the team's proud nose tackle, didn't like what Peterson said on Twitter about his … Continue reading →
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The festival of Sukkot in Israel (12 photos)

Thousands of religious Jews travel to Jerusalem during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, or the feast of the Tabernacles, which commemorates the Israelites journey through the desert after their exodus from Egypt. In 2013 the holiday began in the evening of September 18 and ends at sundown on September…

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Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg to Make R-Rated Animated Comedy for Megan Ellison, Sony

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg will make a raunchy animated comedy for Megan Ellison and Sony, the studio announced on Tuesday. Rogen, Goldberg, Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir have written the screenplay for the movie, titled “Sausage Party,” based on a story by Goldberg, Rogen and Jonah Hill.
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Obamacare: Cheaper Costs May Mean Fewer Options

Health insurance will cost customers less than originally expected because many insurers will limit the choices of doctors and hospitals available.
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Congress' shutdown fight is nothing. Stay tuned

Odds are rising that congressional inaction could lead to a government shutdown, but that's not the biggest worry Washington has dealt markets.
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‘Downton Abbey’ Season 4: The British Reviews Are In

“Downton Abbey” returned to British TV screens Sunday for the premiere of the drama’s fourth season.
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Belichick well aware of Jones' value to Atlanta

If Bill Belichick didn't think Julio Jones was worth the picks Atlanta spent in the 2011 draft, he has since changed his mind.
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Wisconsin-Ohio St. Preview

(AP) -- - The first few moments after an Ohio State victory is usually a time for celebration and recognition.
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How I Met Your Mother Final Season: 10 Things You Should Know

It's the beginning of the end for "How I Met Your Mother." With Monday night's premiere upon us, AccessHollywood.com's Laura Saltman has 10 things every "HIMYM" fan should know about the final season!
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Redskins Are Their Own Worst Enemy

COMMENTARY | Through the first two games of the 2013 National Football League season, the defending NFC East champion Washington Redskins have been blown out of the stadium. Even though they came back to make a game of it in their Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and put up some cosmetic…
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Chicago Bears: Three Reasons Henry Melton's Injury Can Be Overcome

COMMENTARY | When the Chicago Bears' Henry Melton went down against the Pittsburgh Steelers, everyone seemed to know it was a bad one.
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Census for Detroit's Stray Dogs (9 photos)

Detroit became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy protection in July. The more than 30,000 vacant houses and buildings that once were homes for Detroit residents now provide havens and shelter for the stray dogs. State-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr says the city needs to find…

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New York Giants: Eli Manning Has Been Worst Surprise for G-Men This Season

COMMENTARY | An 0-3 start certainly isn't how the New York Giants envisioned the beginning of the 2013 NFL season, and more importantly, neither is the dismal performance of Eli Manning through Week 3.
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Feds urge judge to allow Armstrong case to proceed

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Justice Department lawyers urged a federal judge not to dismiss the government's fraud lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, arguing the U.S. Postal Service was tainted by its sponsorship of his team while he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France.
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