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Florida Man Dies of Bacterial Infection After Crabbing in River

Florida health officials have warned beach-goers to avoid wading into the water with open wounds and eating raw or undercooked seafood after a man died of a bacterial infection hours after crabbing. Henry “Butch” Konietzky, 59, was crabbing in Halifax River when he was exposed...
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Sunday Assembly: A Godless Service Coming to a 'Church' Near You

Atheists Seek the Megachurch Experience
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7 Lousy Excuses for Not Saving for Retirement

When my mom was in her forties, she considered going back to college to get an education degree. I recall her wondering if she was too old to go back to school. My response: "Mom, God willing, some ...
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Taylor Swift: Cheating Isn’t Necessarily a Deal Breaker

True love has been elusive for Taylor Swift. The country singer, 23, has had a string of high-profile relationships with some of Hollywood's biggest heartthrobs. However, despite those cute PDA pix and the sweet love songs she's written (not to … Continue reading →
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Dwyane Wade says don’t put LeBron’s decision on his shoulders. Or knees

It will be one of the two big storylines that follow the Heat all season (along with can they three-peat): Will LeBron James bolt next summer for a new team? He can and almost certainly will opt out of his contract at the end of this season, seeking the security of a longer deal (the…
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An Obama-Cruz Shutdown

The President is refusing to compromise on anything.
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Traders say Kenyan forces looted mall during siege

By Richard Lough NAIROBI (Reuters) - Store owners in the upmarket Nairobi shopping mall where 67 people were killed this month in Kenya's bloodiest militant attack in years said on Monday soldiers sent in to end the four-day siege looted electronics, jewelry and cash tills. The government said it…
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Halloween Hotspots: The Top 7 Spookiest Haunted Houses in America (7 photos)

Looking for a thrill? How about taking a trip to one of the most terrifying haunted houses in the United States? After extensive research I've rounded up the spookiest haunted houses in America and I have to say, just writing this post has given me the creeps. Some of the experiences available…

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6 Mouthwatering Ways to Cook Chicken for Dinner

A bunch of different ideas to snap you out of your chicken rut
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Scientists may have invented the lightsaber

A team of Harvard and MIT physicists liken their discovery to the iconic weapon wielded by Jedi and Sith alike in the George Lucas films.
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5 Hollywood Remakes Aiming to Crush Their Originals

Here are the five biggest remakes to come out over the next several months and a look at how they might perform.
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Baby Joy! Rachael Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies Welcome a Girl

It's a girl for Rachael Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies! After several news outlets falsely reported that the duo had welcomed their baby girl last week, the "Vampire Diaries" hunk, 37, corrected the reports on September 29 with a tweet … Continue reading →
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Why Employers Won't Name a Salary Range First

It's one of the biggest frustrations of job-seekers: employers who advertise a job but refuse to say what it pays. Adding to the frustration, many of them expect job-seekers to name the salary they're ...
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No survivors in crash of small jet at Santa Monica, California, airport

By Dana Feldman SANTA MONICA, California (Reuters) - The fiery crash-landing of a small jet at the Santa Monica, California, airport killed all aboard, though the number of victims has yet to be determined, airport and federal safety officials said on Monday. The twin-engine Cessna Citation swerved…
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Amanda Knox's Lawyer Asks if She Can Be Tried 'Endlessly'

Amanda Knox Will Remain in Seattle for the Retrial
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Fashion Faceoff: Jessica Alba vs. Nicky Hilton

What is more rare than seeing Superman? Seeing Nicky Hilton and Jessica Alba in the same comic book-inspired sweatshirt! What they wore: A grey, red, yellow, and black Boom! sweatshirt from the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target line, retailing at … Continue reading →
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[video] Leaving School for Video Games

In the world of pro video gamers, younger is better. Fresh faced teens all over the world are heading to video gaming academies, hoping to go pro.
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'Enjoy the Silence' - The haunting beauty of Zurich amid its 9th annual film festivaT (13 photos)

While the 9th Annual Zurich Film Festival is underway, photographer Vittorio Zunino Celotto presents 'Enjoy the Silence', beautiful yet haunting images of a 'silent" Zurich. Zurich is the capital of the canton of Zurich and is the largest city in Switzerland. Zurich is usually named as one of the…
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Five Training Camp Questions for Uncertain L.A. Lakers

COMMENTARY | Most teams in the NBA start the season with some hope for a championship run. It doesn't matter whether it's a team of young guys or veterans -- they feel there's a chance that this season could be the season.
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6 Automobiles That Define Poor Value

Even great brands produce flops. Here are six vehicles that represent the epitome of poor value from otherwise accomplished automakers.
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2nd Phase of Gulf Oil Spill Trial Resumes (9 photos)

Top kill. Junk shot. Cofferdam. Top hat. Capping stack. Those terms, obscure industry jargon before BP's massive 2010 oil spill, became familiar buzzwords as the company scrambled to find a way to plug its blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico. More than three years later, the methods that BP…

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Royal Corgis and Fashionable Cats Shine at AKC's Meet the Breeds

Every year, New York City plays host to more than 200 dogs and cats at Meet the Breeds. The American Kennel Club and The International Cat Association hosted the fifth annual Meet the Breeds event this weekend at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
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Cardinals to begin reform summit with pope

By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Eight cardinals will begin closed-door meetings with Pope Francis on Tuesday to help him reform the Vatican's troubled administration and map out possible changes in the worldwide Church. Francis, who has brought a new style of openness, simplicity and a…
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ObamaCare May Be a Dud, but Democrats Will Win

I would like to share Daniel Henninger's confidence that ObamaCare is a doomed entitlement that will collapse under its own weight, but historical precedents for an orderly dismantling of welfare-state ...
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Titans' Locker remains hospitalized

As the Tennessee Titans began preparation for Sunday's showdown with the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, quarterback Jake Locker remained hospitalized awaiting word on the severity of his hip injury.
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Cook One-Pot Meals in One-Third of the Time (Seriously!)

Easy, speedy, and made in a single pot: That's what we call a dinner triple threat. One way to achieve the mealtime trifecta is to use a pressure cooker, which utilizes steam and a tightly sealed lid to create a high-pressure cooking environment.
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Chicago train accident injures 33

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Two Chicago Transit Authority trains collided in a western suburb of Chicago during Monday morning's rush hour, resulting in 33 injuries, the agency reported. The incident happened at the Harlem Station in Forest Park, Illi...
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South Carolinians raising millions to protect centuries-old Angel Oak

By Harriet McLeod JOHNS ISLAND, South Carolina (Reuters) - A group trying to preserve the centuries-old Angel Oak near Charleston, South Carolina, is racing against a fall deadline to raise the $3.6 million needed to protect surrounding land from development that environmentalists contend would…
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The Wildest Restaurants on Earth

A whimsical who's who of the world's wackiest restaurants
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Nokia Lumia 929 rumored for November alongside new Lumia 525

Nokia is expected to launch a new flagship Windows Phone on Verizon shortly. WPcentral claims Verizon will launch the Lumia 929, which is expected to replace the existing Lumia 928 that the carrier currently offers. The Lumia 929 has been previously pictured as a large-screen Windows Phone,…
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Top-Rated TV Finales of All Time

Here's a Look At The Top 10 TV Finales of All Time
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Muammar's Moscow mother lode? Russian tabloid says $27 billion hidden in airport.

The dark recesses of Moscow's cavernous Sheremetyevo airport, which shielded runaway former NSA contractor Edward Snowden from the prying eyes of the world for 38 days last summer, might be concealing a much more tantalizing secret: nearly $27 billion in unclaimed cash, which could be the lost…
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Turkey to lift ban on Islamic headscarves

Ankara (AFP) - Turkey on Monday announced it would lift a ban on women wearing headscarves in most public offices, following other measures critics say are aimed at Islamising the staunchly secular country.
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Trial begins 2009 murder of police officer Alex Valadez; Kevin Walker, Christopher Harris accused

It was more than four years ago that Chicago police officer Alex Valadez was shot in the head, killed in the line of duty.
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The Most Popular NFL Jerseys in London

The Count stood outside Wembley and tabulated which jerseys were the most popular. The New England Patriots topped the list for fans in Old England, followed by the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants....
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John McAfee wants to sell you a $100 gadget that blocks the NSA

Part-time fugitive and antivirus software founder John McAfee has a new invention he's working on. After spending some of his time filming a drug-fueled video tutorial to uninstall the antivirus program he helped create, McAfee now believes he can outsmart the NSA. Speaking at the San Jose McEnery…
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7 Unisex Names that Are Truly Unisex (7 photos)

Not all supposedly unisex names are created equal (Ashley, anyone?), but these 10 stay true to their word and sound equally awesome when used for a girl or a boy. -By Esther Carlstone MORE ON BABYZONE 14 beautiful Italian girl names 25 adorable baby names found in Beatles' songs 8…

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Israel honours Egyptian Holocaust rescuer

Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel has posthumously honoured an Egyptian doctor for his role rescuing Jews during World War II, the first time a citizen of the Arab country has received the award.
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JCPenney Crashed, Best Buy Is Next

Take what the market gives you, but consider JCPenney's demise a warning to Best Buy investors.
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Retired Military Working Dog Meets Kitten In Viral Video

A retired military working dog meets a kitten for the first time in a heartwarming video.
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How to Save Your Marriage After Having Kids

And by marriage, I mean common-law relationship. Minor technicalities aside, we have what many paper marriages have. A partnership built on love, trust, respect, kindness, commitment, and family.
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Michael Mann: Climate-Change Deniers Must Stop Distorting the Evidence (Op-Ed)

"Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Third Scientific Assessment ReportLiveScience's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.
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‘Breaking Bad’ Finale: 5 (Sort of) Loose Ends

(Spoiler alert: Don’t read this if you haven’t seen the “Breaking Bad” finale, which hasn’t yet aired on the West Coast.)
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MadC paints massive mural in Leipzig (13 photos)

German artist MadC painted alone a 550 square meter mural in only 7 days at the Alte Messe on September 29, 2013 in Leipzig, Germany. The mural is one of the largest ever completed by a single artist in such a short amount of time. (Getty Images)

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College football weekend news: Fallout from USC's firing of Lane Kiffin

After the school fired head coach Lane Kiffin in the wee hours of Sunday morning, defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Ed Orgeron was named interim head coach. Athletic director Pat Haden held a press conference to announce the move, but he refused to discuss the coaching search or any…
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Japan's luxury fruit masters grow money on trees

Tokyo (AFP) - With melons that sell for the price of a new car and grapes that go for more than $100 a pop, Japan is a country where perfectly-formed fruit can fetch a fortune.
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Worst Paying College Majors

College majors affect earning power and employability, but knowing which skills have market power can turn a low-paying major into a good job.
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Here comes the DC shutdown: What you need to know

Here's a comprehensive look at the impact if the federal government really gets shut down.
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Billionaire Republican donor Adelson loses libel lawsuit

Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate and prominent Republican donor, has lost a $60 million libel lawsuit in which he claimed a Democratic group spread a false accusation that he had condoned ...
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Swedish Gypsy file brings racial profiling fears

STOCKHOLM (AP) — In his suburban Stockholm apartment, Marcello Demeter sits at the kitchen table with his two daughters, Isabelle and Sandra — and wonders how they got on the list that has sent Sweden into an uproar.
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Fast Fixes for the 10 Most Common DIY Mistakes

By Arricca Elin SanSoneYou thought you'd save a few bucks by fixing up your home yourself. But you didn't count on making that big boo-boo. Now what? "Almost every mistake can be fixed by someone," says Jodi Marks, a licensed contractor and author of Fix It in a Flash: 25 Common Home Repairs and…
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Want to Make Better Mac and Cheese? Add Bacon..

Not only can this recipe feed your entire family, but all of the ingredients are cooked in a single pot -- that's right, even the pasta -- making cleanup a cinch.
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President Obama: I am not resigned to a government shutdown

This story is developing. Please check back for further updates. Click here for the latest on the markets.
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Does a Dog's Breed Really Dictate Its Behavior? (Op-Ed)

Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.
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Private Plane Crash at Santa Monica Airport “Unsurvivable,” Say Officials

An eight-seat private plane crashed at the Santa Monica Airport on Sunday evening and burst into flames, causing an unknown number of fatalities, according to the Santa Monica Fire Department.
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Social Snaps: Week of September 30, 2013 (11 photos)

Check out some of the best personal pics stars are sharing on Twitter and Instagram this week!

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Video: Leaked iPad 5 compared to iPad 4 and iPad mini in hands-on video

Apple is widely expected to unveil a completely redesigned full-size iPad next month and a new video takes an in-depth look at what is claimed to be the casing from Apple’s fifth-generation tablet. We saw leaked pictures of Apple’s iPad 5 housing in space gray emerge for the first time last week,…
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2013 PGA Tour Money List: Tiger Woods, Henrik Stenson add to their riches

Tiger Woods, Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar headlined the PGA Tour earnings list for 2013.
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Can Ford Steal Corvette Thunder With This New Mustang?

The Ford Mustang is a natural Camaro competitor. Could the new Shelby snatch some of the spotlight from the Chevy Corvette as well?
Wall St. Cheat Sheet59 mins ago
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How the Stock Market Is Now Priced by the Fed

When I first started to look at the stock market several decades ago, my primary analysis was based on the market fundamentals and how well companies were doing. Now it seems like it’s all about the Federal Reserve, and government debates on the debt ceiling and where to cut and find money to…
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New brand rankings show select automakers on top

According to a consumer-brands ranking, autos again heavily influenced the list. See which automakers posted double-digit gains in the annual survey.
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Interbrand
Tokyo Stock Exchange
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Nissan Motor Company
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Analysis: From Syria to South China Sea, navies cruise back into vogue

By Peter Apps LONDON (Reuters) - After a quarter century of Middle Eastern land wars and a sharp fall in big powers' naval spending after the Cold War, sea power is back in vogue in response to the rise of China and Western reluctance to deploy ground troops in conflicts like Syria. The greater…
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See the very first images of a hydrogen bond

Chemists have long known what a hydrogen bond should look like, but until last week, most hadn't actually seen an image of one. Now, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have been able to visualize a hydrogen bond using atomic force microscopy, a technique that can deliver higher…
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IKEA starts selling solar panels for homes

Swedish flat-pack furniture giant IKEA will start selling residential solar panels at its stores in Britain, the first step in its plan to bring renewable energy to the mainstream market worldwide. The ...
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NHL Awards 2013-14: Puck Daddy picks the winners for this season’s hardware

(The 2013-14 NHL season is upon us. Puck Daddy’s writers are previewing the teams, conferences, playoffs, awards and various other things until the puck drops.) In looking over the 2013-14 Puck Daddy Staff Prognostications for the NHL Awards, one thing … Continue reading →
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The Crossing Extras: Gordon goes viral

Want more of The Crossing? Check out this extra where Jeff Gordon and Ron Howard discuss Gordon's viral video successes.
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Golden State Warriors preview: The help Stephen Curry needs

OK, we're convinced: Stephen Curry is a star. His performance for the Warriors in the 2012-13 season erased most of the doubts that had survived his first three seasons in the NBA. The most important part was that he stayed healthy; that concern, the one about the longevity of his ankles, survives,…
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review (global edition)

Samsung makes a great many products, even if you just consider the mobile ones. However, since it burst into existence in 2011, the Note has been up there with the Galaxy S series on the flagship pedestal. So, it'd be fair to say that we're expecting big things from this big phone, but with a…
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Ratings: Once, Good Wife and Everyone Else Return Down, Betrayal Opens Low

All nine of Sunday’s returning broadcast shows came back to numbers smaller than their previous premieres, though there was a silver lining for at least two of them. RELATED | Once Upon a Time Creators Talk Casting Pan, Emma’s Focus, […]
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Bears think Israel Idonije gave their line calls to Lions

Lions defensive lineman Israel Idonije didn’t have a single tackle on Sunday, but he may have played an important part in Detroit’s win over Chicago anyway. Some players on the Bears told Michael C. Wright of ESPN that they think Idonije, who played for the Bears from 2004 to 2012, tipped off the…
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Bigger Apple buybacks? What Icahn may be cooking

Some Apple shareholders are betting that a bigger share buyback program will follow Tim Cook's expected meeting with activist investor Carl Icahn.
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DeAndre Jordan randomly smells woman in store, wins at Vine

What kind of winning DeAndre Jordan does on the court this season remains to be seen. The Clippers are a very good team on paper but to make themselves contenders on the court it’s going to come down to Jordan (and Blake Griffin) being a defensive front line force, and Jordan staying on the court…
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Cubs fire manager Dale Sveum after 2 seasons

CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Cubs fired manager Dale Sveum on Monday after finishing last in the NL Central for the first time in seven years, ending a two-year run that produced more losses than any other in the team's cursed history.
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Store Clerk Beaten Over A Cigar?

Authorities in Lakewood were searching Thursday for a man who viciously punched a store clerk in the face during a dispute over the price of a cigar. Surveillance video shows the man standing in a long line at the register about 1:15 PM.
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American Airlines plans to hire 1,500 pilots

American Airlines says it will hire 1,500 new pilots over the next five years and offer jobs to the remaining pilots who are still furloughed. American said Monday that it would begin posting the new jobs ...
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7 Absolutely FREE Things to Do in New York City

New York for free, is it possible? Although I can't help you with free accommodations, I can help you in the attractions department. You see, there are plenty of free things to do in New York City that won't cost you a single cent. Museums, activities, attractions, churches and parks are numerous…
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10 things Obamacare won’t tell you

Health insurance marketplaces are the centerpiece of the Affordable Care Act. They are also its most misunderstood aspect.
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3D Map of Milky Way Galaxy Reveals Peanut-Shaped Core (Video)

The best 3D map yet of the center of the Milky Way galaxy has revealed a tasty surprise: the heart of our galaxy looks like a cosmic peanut.
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Yuck or Yum? 5 Surprising Delicacies Around the World

Dare to dine on worms, tarantulas, snake blood, and other daunting eats
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West Virginia beats Oklahoma State, fans start 10 fires

The West Virginia Mountaineers pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the college football season Saturday, beating then-No. 11 Oklahoma State 30-21 after entering the game as a nearly three-touchdown underdog.
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There’s A Decent Chance Stocks Will Crash: Henry Blodget

I think there's a decent chance that the stock market will crash in the next year or two — maybe dropping 30% or more. Even without a crash, I think it's likely that stocks will deliver poor returns from today's level over the next 10 years. Not negative returns, mind you, but poor returns — [...]
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Pics or it Didn't Happen: 7 Creative Ways to Display Photos at Home (7 photos)

When I received my very first digital camera, I was in awe of the technology. I loved all the conveniences this new digital gadget offered, such as deleting the 150 family photo shots that didn't make the cut. And my procrastinating self loved the ability to store pictures - lots of pictures. But I…

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Obama administration sues to block North Carolina voter law

By David Ingram and Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration sued North Carolina on Monday to block newly enacted voting rules that it says violate federal civil rights law, including a requirement for voters to show photo identification at the polls. The challenge is the…
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UFC Cuts Okami, Discredits Own Ranking System

COMMENTARY | The UFC implemented a ranking system for its weight divisions in Jan. 2013, but that hasn't stopped the company from releasing fighters who were ranked highly in its own system. Yushin Okami became the second mixed martial artist, the first being Jon Fitch, to lose his job with the UFC…
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Mentalist Creator Bruno Heller on the Shocking Season 6 Premiere: "It's the Final Showdown"

[Warning: This article contains major spoilers from the season premiere of The Mentalist . Read at your own risk!]
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Jon Hamm Ready for Throat Surgery

Jon Hamm is ready for throat surgery. “I’m talking with a limp. That’s the best way I can put it,” the “Mad Men” star told ABC News Radio. “It’s a very simple, easy procedure to have done… and I’ll sound like me again in a...
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Apple Resumes Personal Pickup for iPhone 5s

After halting it without explanation last week, Apple is once again offering a Personal Pickup option for aspiring buyers of its iPhone 5S. The service, which allows customers to purchase the device online ...
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Pope Francis Wants Sainthood For Two Papal Predecessors

The Vatican said late popes John Paul II and John XXIII would be made saints at an unprecedented joint ceremony on April 27, 2014 in a bid to unite Catholic conservatives and liberals. "John XXIII is generally a hero to the church's progressive wing while John Paul II is typically lionized by…
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Couple in Baby Veronica Case Want Legal Fee Help

Capobiancos Were Awarded Custody of the Child After a Two Year Fight
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Comcast to bid for Houston sports network if court forces sale

By Tom Hals (Reuters) - Comcast Corp is prepared to bid if it can force a sale of the financially troubled, regional-sports network that carries the games of the Houston Astros baseball team and the Houston Rockets, the city's basketball team, court papers show. Affiliates of Comcast, which owns…
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How to See Planet Uranus In the Night Sky

Here is a trivia question: Not including our own planet Earth, how many planets are visible without using any optical aid, be it binoculars or a telescope? Most people will usually answer five: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
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New York Yankees: Five Reasons They Didn't Make the Playoffs

COMMENTARY | The New York Yankees failed to make the playoffs this season for the first time since 2008, and only the second time since 1995.
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Metallica Tries to Keep Up With Boy Bands at the Box Office

More than a concert movie, it raked in nearly as much, on its opening, as One Direction: This Is Us
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5 Slimming Bottoms that Basically Work Magic (5 photos)

By Gina Marinelli, Refinery29 No matter what size you are, it can sometimes be a challenge to find a look that's truly streamlined. And, while we totally dig a great boxy shape and an oversized piece, those silhouettes may add more bulk than we're comfortable with. So, in search of wardrobe…

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South Africa to review security after Kenya attack

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South African security measures are coming under scrutiny in the wake of the Westgate mall attack in Kenya and reports that Briton Samantha Lewthwaite, wanted by Interpol in connection with a 2011 plot to bomb holiday resorts in Kenya, fraudulently obtained a South African…
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Indulging in These Treats is No Big Deal

There may be certain yummy foods that you've completely banned from your diet, but experts say that there's no need for this type of black-and-white thinking. Every so often, enjoy one of these totally guilt-free. By Jane Bianchi, REDBOOK.Frozen blended coffee beverageYou may assume that all…
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Does Concentrated Solar Pose a Threat?

A large concentrated solar power plant just came online in California, but investors in traditional solar manufacturers should not run for the hills just yet.
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Seeing Double! Katie Holmes, Alicia Keys, and Will.i.am All Hit Two Events Without Changing Their Outfits!

Who really needs to change clothes in the car? Apparently, not Katie Holmes, Alicia Keys, and will.i.am, who proved on Saturday that they tend to keep it simple when it comes to their wardrobes. The three stars, who all participated … Continue reading →
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Nigeria beefs up school security after attacks: sources

MAIDUGURI/DAMATURU, Nigeria (Reuters) - After Islamists killed 40 students in a dormitory attack, Nigerian authorities are taking measures to improve security around schools, including stepping up patrols and putting armed soldiers outside them and guarding school buses. Government sources told…
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FDA approves first pre-surgical breast cancer drug

A biotech drug from Roche has become the first medicine approved to treat breast cancer before surgery, offering an earlier approach against one of the deadliest forms of the disease. The Food and Drug ...
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‘Breaking Bad’ Finale: Just Perfect

(No, seriously, spoiler alert: Don’t dare read this if you haven’t seen the finale of “Breaking Bad,” which hasn’t yet aired on the West Coast.)
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Rewriting Wrestling History: Roddy Piper Was a World Champion

COMMENTARY | Roddy Piper was such an amazing professional wrestler that he never needed titles to get over with fans.
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Quick-Fix Supper: Parchment-Baked Fish and Tomatoes

Aluminum foil can be subbed for parchment to make the packets.Parchment-Baked Fish and TomatoesIngredients1 (8-oz.) package haricots verts (thin green beans)1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced2 large tomatoes, chopped2 tablespoons drained capers1/3 cup green olives,…
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Government shutdown not inevitable: Carney

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - It is not a foregone conclusion that the government will shut down at midnight, said White House spokesman Jay Carney on Monday. Carney said that Obama is likely to talk with ...
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Egypt Allows Partial Opening of Gaza Crossing (14 photos)

Egypt partially reopened its border crossing with the Gaza Strip for three days on Saturday, September 28, 2013, for the humanitarian needs of patients seeking treatment, and students studying outside of Gaza, a Palestinian official said. (Reuters)

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Health Tip: Waking Up at Night

(HealthDay News) -- Teaching healthy sleep habits is among the most beneficial things parents can do for the lifelong health of their children. The Cleveland Clinic offers this advice to help children sleep well all night long: Create and follow a...
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Justin Tuck pledges to punch anyone in the mouth who turns on Tom Coughlin

It's getting a bit feisty around the New York Giants. They are 0-4, and this talented but flawed team is starting to grasp for answers — and apparently are ready to resort to violence to prevent a mutiny. What? Yep. … Continue reading →
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‘Breaking Bad’ Finale: What Hollywood Thinks of the Series’ Swan Song

“Breaking Bad” dominated the conversation on Twitter this weekend, as celebrity fans of the AMC series weighed in on the show’s finale and bid farewell to the addictive drama.
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Stop asking me how to fix Congo, says Rwanda's Kagame

By Dan Williams NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rwandan President Paul Kagame says he doesn't understand why people keep asking him how to end decades of conflict in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo, despite accusations by U.N. experts that Rwanda backs Congolese rebels. "It's like, you know, the…
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Nadal breathing down Djokovic's neck in China

(Reuters) - Rafa Nadal starts the final push to what he hopes will be a return to the top of the world rankings when he gets under way at the China Open on Tuesday. The Spaniard has played only one singles and a doubles match since winning the U.S. Open earlier this month, during a crushing Davis…
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Ex-US Sen. Brown puts Mass. home on market

WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Former Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown has put his Massachusetts home on the market, further fueling speculation about his political future.
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Knicks pick up Mike Woodson’s option for 2014-15 season

When surprising word came down last week that Glen Grunwald was out and Steve Mills was in as president and general manager of the Knicks, one of the first questions was what does this mean for the future of coach Mike Woodson? Grunwald and Woodson were college teammates and friends. New GMs like…
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High School Heartbreak: 7 Important Tips for Parents on Teen Dating (7 photos)

I have a few years before I have to really worry about my kids starting to date, but I know that as school starts up again, there are many parents and teens having this dating debate in their own house. It's a scary thought for me - my kids out in the world as teenagers trying to have fun and…

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Aaron Paul Hosts 'Breaking Bad' Finale Party at Hollywood Cemetery

The party is over. There’s going to be some major withdrawal for “Breaking Bad” fans. “Well, this is it. The last episode ever of ‘Breaking Bad.’ Thank you for sharing this ride with me. Without you we never would have lasted,” Bryan Cranston tweeted yesterday...
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2013 NASCAR standings: Kenseth still leads, but Johnson closes gap

Jimmie Johnson cut Matt Kenseth's 18-point lead in half Sunday at Dover International Speedway, leapfrogging Kyle Busch to move to second overall following his fifth win of the season.
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Yemen's army retakes base seized by Qaeda militants

ADEN (Reuters) - Yemeni special forces retook an army base and freed several hostages hours after al Qaeda militants disguised as security personnel seized the site in southeast Yemen, killing at least four soldiers, a military official said on Monday. Dozens of militants had stormed the…
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AP Source: Twins keeping Gardenhire

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Ron Gardenhire isn't going anywhere.
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Go Nuts! 7 Mouth-Watering Recipes Featuring Peanut Butter and Chocolate (7 photos)

It cannot be denied that peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven! Even I, the one who hates peanuts and the smell of peanut butter, am totally over the moon for this magical flavor combination! This collection of peanut butter and chocolate recipes is to die for and will literally…

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Exclusive: Alec Baldwin Sounds Off On Hollywood

In the HBO documentary Seduced and Abandoned (debuting Oct. 28), Alec Baldwin travels to the Cannes Film Festival with director James Toback to pitch an Iraq-set romance and is repeatedly told he can receive only a limited budget because he's now considered a TV star, not a movie star. So does he…
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MLB season awards: AL MVP once again comes down to Miguel Cabrera vs. Mike Trout

The AL MVP debate once again highlights an age-old discussion that even applies to the top two NL candidates.
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Boston Celtics roster 2013: A puzzle not yet put together

Predicting what the Boston Celtics rotations will look like before training camp is like blindly throwing darts. There are a few established NBA players on the gutted roster, but after that, it could be a free-for-all for minutes.
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CW Network Will Give 'Arrow' Superpowers for Second Season

The CW Network is making changes to "Arrow," including a shift in genre, from action-adventure series to superhero-driven drama.
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Al-Qaida gunmen overrun major Yemen military base

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Suspected al-Qaida gunmen dressed in fatigues and riding in military trucks overran a key army base in Yemen's largest province on Monday, security officials said, holding captive high-ranking officers and soldiers inside in the latest bold attack by militants there.
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Brian Hoyer will start for Browns on Thursday

Brian Hoyer is still the Browns’ starting quarterback. Hoyer will start on Thursday night against the Bills, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. That will make it three consecutive starts for Hoyer. There’s no word on whether the thumb injury suffered by Brandon Weeden, who opened the season as…
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Guy Stuff: 10 Must-Haves for the Ultimate Garage Makeover(12 photos)

Enter to win $25,000 in the Dodge RAM CAVE renovation and start shopping for some big boy toys. | By Michael Franco, BobVila.com

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Oracle sailors learned flying for America's Cup comeback

By Alden Bentley SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The come-from-behind victory of Larry Ellison's America's Cup team is a tale of learning how to fly a boat - and pushing the equipment, the rules and the crew to the very limit in the process. Ellison's Oracle Team USA fought back from an 8-1 deficit…
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Reds leave disappointment behind, set for rematch with Pirates

PITTSBURGH -- The Cincinnati Reds had a chance to secure home field for the National League Wild Card game, but they failed miserably. They lost the first two games of the season-ending series with Pittsburgh, ensuring a trip to play the Pirates at PNC Park Tuesday.
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Returning Shows Take a Tumble On Busy Sunday Night

On a Sunday night with options for just about every television viewer — from NBC’s dominant “Sunday Night Football” and the premiere of Fox’s animated comedies to the series finale of AMC’s “Breaking Bad” — the returning series on the broadcast networks were all low, and ABC’s new drama “Betrayal”…
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Vancouver claims Chicago’s Stanton off waivers

Minor league defenseman has one game of NHL experience.
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It Increasingly Looks Like Obama Will Have To Raise The Debt Ceiling All By Himself

With no movement on either side and the debt...
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Atlanta Braves: Who's Hot and Who's Not Heading Into the Playoffs?

COMMENTARY | The Atlanta Braves did not exactly steamroll their way into the playoffs down the stretch.
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'The Simpsons' Cartoon Slowly Becoming Real as Season 25 Premieres

"The Simpsons" has been around so long (the show's 25th season premiere is Sunday, September 29) that the line between fantasy and reality has basically become nonexistent. Not only can you now drink at Moe's, eat at Krusty Burger, and get flung around on the end of the tentacles of Kang (or is it…
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ObamaCare Arrives

Higher costs and fewer choices mean Republicans will have a chance to replace it.
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'Captain Phillips' Clip: Pirate Attack

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Five Problems the Utah Jazz Need to Fix

COMMENTARY | Legendary basketball coach John Wooden said: "I'm not a strategy coach. I'm a practice coach."
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Dwight Howard explains in detail his reasons for leaving Lakers to join Rockets

Both the Lakers and the Rockets have opened their training camps for the upcoming season, which means the summer’s drama involving Dwight Howard and his free agent decision is now officially behind us. At media day in Houston, Howard made the cold but realistic statement that he left the Lakers…
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Dallas Cowboys' Defense Breaks; 8-8 Season Looms

COMMENTARY | On a day that saw the Browns beat the Bengals and the Bills beat the Ravens, it's easy to overlook the upset that happened in San Diego.
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Snoop Dogg's son, 2015 four-star WR: Kiffin should have been fired 'a while ago'

Four-star 2015 wide receiver Cordell Broadus, also known as Snoop Dogg's son, told 247Sports that USC should have fired head coach Lane Kiffin "a while ago".
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Rays vs. Rangers, A.L. Wild Card 2013 tiebreaker: Time, TV schedule, starting pitchers and more

The Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays both finished the season 91-71, and will need to play a tiebreaker game on Monday to determine who will face the Cleveland Indians in the AL Wild Card Game.
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7 Sweaters to Take You Straight Through Spring (7 photos)

by John Jannuzzi At long last, Mother Nature has graced us with a taste of cooler temperatures. A few days this week have merited the ever-loved light sweater. The thermometers read lower in the morning, temperate in the afternoon and once again cooler at night, making the light sweater your…

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Small Businesses Say They're Confused by Obamacare Exchanges

Despite the backdrop of a potential government shutdown, the new health care exchanges are set to launch Tuesday, and many small-business owners still haven't figured them out.
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Chip Kelly: ‘Is there a leadership issue in the Eagles lockeroom?’

The Eagles are playing the “if” game about the once-explosive offense that their past two opponents have successfully detonated. If they protect better up front, Michael Vick can be a dynamic playmaker. If they stop committing penalties, they can sustain … Continue reading →
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Rick Santorum Explains Why the GOP Has Done So Badly — and Gives Details About His Big Movie Project

"...it's all about receiving the miracle of Jesus and understanding the great gift that the Christmas season is."
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U.N. chemical weapons inspectors leave Syria

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. A convoy of four United Nations vehicles carrying the team departed from a…
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USC Fires Lane Kiffin

Southern California coach Lane Kiffin was fired as soon as the Trojans returned to Los Angeles after their 62-41 loss at No. 22 Arizona State. Plus NFL has a Sunday of upsets, near-upsets and head-scratchers....
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Cowboys vs. Chargers 2013: Philip Rivers 'fantastic' in win

The San Diego Chargers evened their record with a 30-21 upset win at Qualcomm Stadium over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
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'China Beach': Cast Reunites, Reflects on Series' Impact

“China Beach,” the drama that told the story of Vietnam from a different perspective, was a favorite of fans and critics alike during its four-season run on ABC. The series, which ran from 1988 to 1991, was known for its unique and dramatic portrayal of...
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Tina Fey Gets ‘Saturday Night Live’ Off to Fast Ratings Start

Alum Tina Fey got the 39th season of “Saturday Night Live” off to a fast ratings start.
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India's Growth Problem: Creaking Infrastructure (7 photos)

India will finalise a policy within two months to provide long-term debt for infrastructure projects, senior finance ministry official Arvind Mayaram said on Friday. India needs to modernize creaking infrastructure to help pull the economy from a deep slowdown, but many projects have been held up…

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The Patriots are still Brady's bunch

ATLANTA – A subdued Tom Brady dressed quietly in the Patriots locker room, speaking to no one.Thirty points on the road against the Falcons. A game that was a test of Brady’s patience, talent and resolve didn’t leave him jubilant. It actually seemed to leave him exhausted.His postgame comments were…
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Report: Vince Wilfork likely out for season with torn Achilles tendon

New England coach Bill Belichick has done a masterful job of blending a lot of new faces to start the season 4-0. His job will only get tougher from here. Vince Wilfork limped off the field in the first half … Continue reading →
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Former popes to be made saints on April 27

Vatican City (AFP) - The Vatican on Monday said late popes John Paul II and John XXIII would be made saints at an unprecedented joint ceremony on April 27, 2014 in a bid to unite Catholic conservatives and liberals.
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RG3, Redskins glad to take ugly win over Raiders

It wasn’t pretty and it was closer than the final score looked but the Redskins surely don’t care. They got their first win of 2013 by rallying from a 14-0 first-quarter deficit to beat the Raiders 24-14. They don’t care … Continue reading →
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10 things you need to know today: September 30, 2013

1. Shutdown looms for U.S. governmentThe U.S. government appears to be on the verge of shutting down for the first time in 17 years. The slow-motion budget crisis will continue Monday with Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) set to reject measures the House approved early Sunday to delay…
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Seahawks vs. Texans 2013: Seattle 'flipped a switch' in comeback win over Houston

The Seahawks made a courageous comeback on the road against the Texans, eventually picking up an overtime victory.
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7 Ways to Support the Stepfamilies in Your Life (7 photos)

Building a stepfamily (or blended family) comes with so many unforeseen challenges . I've heard many families say that they felt "blindsided by" or "sucker punched by" or "unprepared for" the emotional roller coaster that they experienced when they brought two households together. And the last…

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Vikings HC Leslie Frazier: 'Our quarterback is Christian Ponder'

Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier is looking to avoid any quarterback controversy by stating that Christian Ponder is still his starter, according to Ben Goessling of ESPN.
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Week 4 Rewind: Raiders miss opportunities

Programming note: Watch Monday's Raiders press conference with head coach Dennis Allen today at 1p.m. on Comcast SportsNet California and streaming live online
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Obamacare Could Mean Steep Rate Hikes in These Four States

Despite reports of delays, Tuesday, October 1st is the kickoff for new exchanges (or online markets) where individuals can buy healthcare insurance under Obamacare. Related: Gullible Americans Fuel Obamacare's Bad Rap But what will this mean for the prices individuals pay for their premiums? To…
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Bears vs. Lions 2013: Detroit makes up for the loss of Nate Burleson

The Lions hosted the Bears in Week 4 and produced a high-scoring victory over their NFC North rivals. The 40-32 victory by Detroit put the Lions in a tie for first place in the division with the once-undefeated Bears and gave them an advantage in the head-to-head standings. Detroit was able to…
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Aggie O-line proves it's not subtle - Texas A&M

Arkansas wanted to play physical with Texas A&M. Thanks to the Aggie offensive line and running backs, the Hogs got more than they bargained for.
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Golf-Penpix of United States Presidents Cup team

Sept 30 (Reuters) - Brief profiles of the 12-man United States team which will take on the Internationals in the 2013 Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio from Oct. 3-6: Tiger Woods Age: 37 World Ranking: 1 PGA Tour victories: 79 European Tour victories: 40 The best player…
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The Toronto Raptors' franchise savior: Drake?

The Toronto Raptors will announce possibly the biggest personnel move in team history Monday. Not a player, but rather, Drake, everybody's favorite Toronto-raised soap opera star-turned-mega-rap sensation.
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Facts, figures about the partial government shutdown

It now seems all but certain that part of the federal government will shut down starting on Tuesday, as Democrats and Republicans can’t reach a deal on short-term funding in Washington. So what will remain open and closed, and how long will the partial shutdown last?
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Marlins Henderson Alvarez throws no-hitter (21 photos)

Miami's Henderson Alvarez throws a no-hitter vs. Detroit. Alvarez pitched nine scoreless innings, Miami scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth to seal the deal. Catch photos of Alvarez's historic day.

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AP Top 25 college football rankings: Georgia rises after big win over LSU

The top of the Associated Press Top 25 poll remains mostly the same, with LSU falling to No. 10 and Georgia climbing to No. 6 after the Bulldogs beat the Tigers in Athens. Oklahoma State also takes a big drop, from No. 11 to No. 21, after losing to a West Virginia team that had been blown out of…
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A Season of Yankee Story Lines

Sunday's win was just another that didn't matter; Instead, this year was about everything else.
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NHL odds: Blackhawks favored to repeat as Stanley Cup champions

After rolling over their competition en route to a Stanley Cup championship last year, the Chicago Blackhawks will enter their season-opening game against at home against the Washington Capitals as the favorites on the updated NHL futures.
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'Roar' With Katy Perry Contest: High Schools Show Their Stripes

Video submissions from high schools across the country have poured in online.
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