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Jaimie Alexander Goes Without Underwear in Shocking Sheer Dress With Body-Flashing Cutouts: Pictures

Peter Facinelli's girlfriend Jaimie Alexander went without underwear for the Hollywood premiere of her film Thor: The Dark World, hitting the red carpet in a sheer dress with shocking, body-exposing cutouts
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Suspect in Missing Mississippi Family Case Leads Investigators to Bodies

Bodies of 'Quiet' Mississippi Mother, 'All-American' Son and Husband Found in Old House
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Jada Pinkett Smith Shows Off Drastic Shaved Hairstyle at Event: Picture

Forty-two-year-old mom Jada Pinkett Smith stuns in her first red carpet appearance since shaving both sides of her head -- see a picture
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Could the Chevy Silverado Cheyenne concept be headed for production?

Just a few days ago Chevy dropped the news of its Silverado Cheyenne concept truck, a high-power pickup with Camaro Z/28 parts that looks an awful lot like the spiritual successor to hot-rod trucks like the the GMC Syclone. Theoretically, a performance pickup like the Cheyenne could do serious…
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Christina Aguilera Wears Sheer Bodysuit, Shows Off Slim Figure on The Voice

See a photo of Christina Aguilera wearing a sheer bodysuit and showing off her slim figure while performing "How I Feel" on The Voice Nov. 4
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UFC contender Tim Kennedy has sense of humor to go along with sense of purpose

The light-hearted Kennedy fights tough guy Rafael Natal on Wednesday in the main event of the UFC's Fight for the Troops 3.
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Biracial Teen Changes Name from “Keisha” to “Kylie” After Racist Bullying

Cristy Austin, of Kansas City, thought she was giving her baby a gift when she named her "Keisha," 19 years ago. Last week, after years of racially charged teasing, Keisha legally became "Kylie." More on Yahoo: Is it Sexist to Recruit Women in Tech? Cristy, who is white, raised Kylie as a single…
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Lindsey Vonn calls Tiger Woods ‘dorky-goofy’ during her Katie Couric interview

If there is one thing we know about Tiger Woods, it's the man will cut you off at a drop of a hat if you cross him, but apparently that doesn't exactly hold true if you're dating him. Lindsey Vonn, … Continue reading →
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'Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine,' says Mayor Rob Ford

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has admitted to smoking crack cocaine. “Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine but … am I an addict? Probably in one of my drunken stupors, probably approximately about a year ago," Mr. Ford said during a City Hall scrum on Tuesday. All I can do now is apologize and move on,” the…
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Obamacare and you: How much does Obamacare cost?

Their cheapest “bronze” plans are supposed to cover 60 percent of your health costs. Generally speaking, younger and healthier people will pay more under the Obamacare system than they would have in the past.
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Brad Paisley, Wife Come Forward as Victims of Dying Daughter Hoax

Brad Paisley and his wife, the actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, recently experienced first-hand the dark side of online communication as they were drawn into an elaborate hoax that started with an email from a total stranger. A mother said that her daughter was dying of a neuroblastoma, a type of…
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Galaxy S 4 has best battery life, iPhone 5s well behind other smartphones in new tests

Maybe Apple should invest more in better battery life
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“I left shaking”: Teacher Chris Christie yelled at unloads to Salon

Chris Christie gets talked about in the national media often as a moderate Republican, as a contrast to Ted Cruz, and as a potential presidential candidate. Do you think there’s anything for other politicians to learn from Chris Christie? What impact do you think Chris Christie has had in your…
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Chris Bosh and Wife Adrienne Welcome a Baby Girl!

NBA player Chris Bosh and wife Adrienne welcomed their second child, a daughter named Dylan Skye on yesterday at 5:55 a.m. According to US Weekly, the couple’s new addition weighed 6 lbs., 14oz. and was 19 inches tall. “Mother and baby are doing great and her...
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Charlie Sheen Slams Ex Brooke Mueller as "Chubby Weirdo," Tweets Photo of Grenade Cake

Charlie Sheen's feud with Brooke Mueller took an ugly turn on Twitter when the Anger Management star slammed his third ex-wife as a "chubby weirdo" -- see what else he wrote
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Government awards more contracts to company that created glitchy ObamaCare website

The Commerce Department did not respond to inquiries from FoxNews.com about why they made the deal. “CGI continues to deliver technology services and support under an existing contract agreement with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Patent and Trademark Office,” Linda Odorisio, Vice President of…
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5 Habits of Successful Content Marketers, New Research

Do you want to take your content marketing to a new level? Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs just published their latest report, B2B Content Marketing: 2014 Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends – North America. The report shows two sides of content marketing. What’s clear from the report is…
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These Chicken Enchiladas Are Tasty (and Healthy!)

"Let's talk about comfort food. With the arrival of shorter days and cooler temperatures, I'm craving meals that are warm and satisfying."
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Anonymous clashes with D.C. police during Million Mask March

Tensions appear to be high in Washington, D.C., the focal point of the hacktivist collective's global day of protest.
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Gary Kubiak sent home after suffering TIA, vows to ‘make a full recovery’

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak was released from Houston Methodist Hospital Tuesday and is expected to make a full recovery after suffering a transient ischemic attack (TIA). There is no word yet when Kubiak will return to coaching duties, … Continue reading →
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The Six-Minute Guide to Making Better High-Stakes Decisions

Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
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Giants kicker Josh Brown describes former teammate Richie Incognito as ‘a tortured soul’

The majority of people who are learning about Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito’s alleged treatment of teammate Jonathan Martin are shocked. Those who know Incognito are not surprised at all. New York Giants kicker Josh Brown played with Incognito at … Continue reading →
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Rob Ford admission reveals other mistakes done #inadrunkenstupor - Your Community

CBC News Community team, from left to right: Andrew Yates, Lauren O'Neil, John Bowman If you're part of the CBC News community, you're likely to meet one of us: we're the folks working to produce and promote your stories. Read more about us.
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Is AOL Finally Making Money From Content? Maybe!

One of the perennially weird things about AOL is that it’s a content company that doesn’t actually make money from content: All of its actual profit has come from subscribers to its old Internet-access business, which still has 2.5 million customers,* who pay $20 a month to get online. In AOL’s Q3…
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Rocker Lou Reed leaves estate to wife, sister

Rocker Lou Reed, the frontman of the 1960s band The Velvet Underground who died last week, left his estate to his wife and his sister, according to a will filled in a New York court. Reed's wife, performance artist Laurie Anderson, will receive most of the estimated $15 million estate, including…
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Hundreds of River Clyde shipbuilding jobs 'under threat' in Glasgow

Hundreds of River Clyde shipbuilding jobs in Glasgow are under threat. BAE Systems is expected to announce later this week it is cutting around 1000 posts at its bases in Govan and Scotstoun in Glasgow, as well as in Portsmouth. It is not yet known whether the cuts will include compulsory…
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Bumblebee Camaro gets a facelift for Transformers 4

Michael Bay may have already shown pictures of the Bumblebee Camaro, set to debut in his latest installment of the hit movie franchise Transformers, on his website. But now we get to see it in the flesh. Revealed at the SEMA add-on parts convention as part of Chevy's unloading of tricked out whips,…
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Tens of billions of planets out there are like Earth, study finds

Astronomers used Kepler telescope data to extrapolate number of planets in Milky Way 22% of sun-like stars have possibly habitable planets, research shows Astronomers at the University of California-Berkeley and the University of Hawaii, using data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, estimate there…
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It wasn’t just Obama: Red state Dems said ‘if you like your plan, you can keep it,’ too

American Crossroads is out with a set of videos and a press release showing how Senators Mark Begich (D-Alaska), Kay Hagan (D-North Carolina) and Mary Landrieu (D-Louisiana) ”joined with President Obama to lie to the American people about Obamacare.” Sen. Begich, for example, said: “If you’ve got…
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You Need $2.5 Million To Retire

NEW YORK (MainStreet) A big reason why people avoid saving for retirement is that the challenge just seems to daunting: they aren't sure even where to begin, and they have no idea what they should be doing. To gain insight into the proper steps, we sat down with Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, president…
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HealthCare.gov ducked final security requirements before launch

As HealthCare.gov was being developed, crucial tests to ensure the security and privacy of customer information fell behind schedule. CBS News analysis found that the deadline for final security plans slipped three times from May 6 to July 16. The House Oversight Committee released an Obama…
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The 5 Best Reasons For Buying The Xbox One Instead Of A PS4

It’s November, and that means that next-gen consoles are finally on their way. Both consoles have their strengths and weaknesses, and both consoles are going to appeal to different kinds of gamers. In that spirit, I’m running a mini-series on whether you should by the Xbox One, the PS4, or…
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That Guy with a Thousand Inconsequential Objections

Normal Colleague: “I think the new guy is really getting up to speed quickly.” Normal Colleague: “He just seems to be doing a good job so far.”
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One Principal's Honest Letter to Parents About the Reality of Standardized Test Scores

All of the above are excellent notions but none are at the top of my wish list when it comes to sending my children to public school. I want a school environment that encourages free-thinking, that isn't so wrapped up in reading, writing and arithmetic that creativity and innovation are sorely…
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Waiver Wire: Week 10

Adam Levitan has notes on 31 players to consider adding to your squad, including Patriots rookie Aaron Dobson.
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A Look at How GT Advanced Makes Sapphire Glass for Smartphone Displays

Yesterday, the State of Arizona and GT Advanced announced that Apple is building a new 700-employee factory in Arizona to make sapphire glass. Apple will contract with GT Advanced, with that company owning and operating furnaces and related equipment at the facility. Back in April, Pocketnow went…
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Why Open Zion is Closing

Open Zion will be closing at the end of the year. And that one day, young American Jews will be able to plant themselves smack in the center of our community, ask the hardest, most fundamental questions, advocate fiercely for Palestinian rights and dignity, and be told by their elders what they…
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Hassle expands its UK mission to make booking a cleaner as simple as a few clicks

Hassle is a UK startup that wants to make it easy and fast to book a cleaner in the UK. Hassle launched in London earlier this year (originally under the name Teddle) and this week it’s expanded to Manchester. The startup offers a simple pricing model (£10 per hour and a £10 deposit) and easy…
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No federal plan for biodiversity, environment watchdog warns - Politics - CBC News

Canada’s environmental watchdog says that while the federal government talks a good game about biodiversity, and the protection and restoration of ecosystems, creating and executing a plan to follow up on those priorities remains a challenge. “The challenge of protecting Canada’s natural heritage…
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Says He Has Smoked Crack Cocaine

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, facing mounting calls to resign after allegations of drug use, admitted for the first time publicly he had smoked crack cocaine, likely when he was drunk. “Yes I have smoked crack cocaine,” Ford, 44, said today at city hall in a media conference broadcast by CP24 television.…
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Cheating on Your Spouse Might Just Save Your Marriage

In the hands of the right therapist, an affair can be what saves a marriage. In her paper, “After the Storm,” she describes the types: Some constantly relive the trauma and bitterness of the affair, some just revert back to the stasis they had before it, and for some couples, she writes, “the…
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Quote of the day: "Drunken stupor" joins pantheon of great political excuses

Toronot mayor Rob Ford explains why he smoke crack cocaine.
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Women Around The World Do More Work Each Week And Have Less Time For Themselves

Within the 34 countries that are part of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), women do 50 percent more unpaid work a week while doing 30 percent less paid work. But they put in 2.3 more total work hours in both paid and unpaid tasks than men each week, according to a…
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Dem poll: Wendy Davis down by 15 in Texas - Elizabeth Titus

Republican Greg Abbott leads Democrat Wendy Davis by 15 points in a new Democratic poll of the Texas gubernatorial race, an improvement over his 8-point lead in the same poll in July. The state attorney general holds a 50-35 advantage over the state senator in the survey, released Tuesday by Public…
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Married Man Writes Viral ‘Marriage Isn’t for Me’ Blog and Gets Hammered for It — But Not for the Reason You’re Thinking

Seth Adam Smith said he was “astounded” when his widely shared blog post, “Marriage Isn’t for You” went viral over the weekend and also sparked a fair bit of debate. In the opening line, Smith admits that he’s been married for only a year and a half, but says, “I’ve recently come to the conclusion…
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Julian Robertson offshoot crushed by rising market

Firm co-founders Marc Andersen and Eliav Assouline declined to comment. "The equity market rally, driven in part by multiple expansion, over the last few years has been a very difficult environment for funds operating with a dedicated short bias," said Peter Laurelli, eVestment's head of research.…
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Map: What industry owns your state's elections?

See where the biggest corporate political contributions in your state come from.
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'Dancing With the Stars': Actor Brant Daugherty Booted From Ballroom

Actor Brant Daugherty was eliminated from “Dancing With the Stars” tonight. The audience booed when co-host Tom Bergeron announced Daugherty’s name. The “Pretty Little Liars” actor was emotional when he talked about his experience on the show. “I’ve learned something I never thought I’d be...
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No, Obamacare Might Not Cover Your Preexisting Condition

How many times have we heard, over the last three and a half years, that one of the primary and most popular features of Obamacare is that no one could be denied coverage for a preexisting condition? It turns out that this is just another one of the false claims used to sell the public on a health…
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Restaurant Icon Charlie Trotter Dead - CBS Chicago

Charlie Trotter outside his now closed restaurant. CHICAGO (CBS) — Iconic Chicago chef Charlie Trotter has died, sources tell CBS 2 and WBBM Newsradio. Trotter, 54, was found unresponsive at his Chicago home in Lincoln Park on Tuesday morning. He was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital around…
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Rough Trade NYC's initial show schedule! -- DIIV, Ida Maria, Courtney Barnett, Arthur Beatrice, Shabazz Palaces & more

DIIV @ Osheaga 2013 (more by Toby Tenenbaum) As you may know, record store/cafe/venue Rough Trade NYC is set to open November 25 in Williamsburg. The venue part is 21+ and will be a mix of free and ticketed, evening...
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GM Looks To Plug Holes In Its Model Lineup

A small commercial van to compete with Ford's Transit Connect is one of Mark Reuss' top priorities.
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16 Genius Quotes From Eccentric Billionaire Elon Musk

The best Elon Musk quotes
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Why Kraft Cutting the Classic Neon Orange Dye from Its Mac and Cheese is Just Wrong

When my five-year-old daughter was just a baby, I gave her a bite of macaroni and cheese. It was organic whole wheat shells and white cheddar cheese. Then one day we were at a friend's house for a playdate and they served Kraft mac and cheese. Since that day, if she had her druthers, she would live…
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Control Is for Beginners

We experimented, learned, applied, and iterated until it was flawless; AT&T wouldn’t release anything into the market until it was absolutely perfect. In its quest for perfection, for example, AT&T acquiesced creating and leading the cellular industry. Even though Bell Labs invented cellular…
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The Koch Brothers are secretly funding the anti-choice movement’s worst offenders

The way the Koch Brothers tell it, they are only interested in promoting “free enterprise” and try not to get muddied up in other issues that the Republican Party has built its brand around, like the assault on women’s reproductive rights. But their tax records tell a very different story. Adele M.…
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Doctor convicted of killing patient

David Sellu is to be sentenced later Surgeon David Sellu was found guilty at the Old Bailey of manslaughter by gross negligence of a patient. James Hughes, 66, died in 2010 at the Clementine Churchill Hospital in Harrow. Sellu was found not guilty of perjury after he was accused of lying to the…
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Whose Wedding Was It: Justin Timberlake or Chris Kirkpatrick?

Chris Kirkpatrick, 42, got married this weekend to his longtime girlfriend Karly Skladany and is the newest ‘NSYNC member to tie the knot. Last year, frontman Justin Timberlake, 32, wed Jessica Biel to a lot of fanfare. They might have shared the stage at one time, but Timberlake and...
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A Blog Post to Help You Write Blog Posts [+5 Free Blogging Templates]

Learn how to write a blog post easily with five free blog post templates.
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Hourman Added to The CW's Superhero Roster

The CW's heroic plan continues to unfold. The network that brought you Arrow is developing Hourman, a drama based on a DC Comics character who can see flashes of terrible things that will happen an...
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Stephen Curry records triple-double in 29 minutes as Warriors smoke 76ers (Video)

Y'know, for a second there, after he'd missed his sixth straight 3-pointer without a make, it kind of seemed like Stephen Curry was having an off night against the NBA's opening week darlings, the Philadelphia 76ers, on Monday night. It … Continue reading →
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Oscars: 19 Films Submit for Feature Animation Oscar

A total of 19 films have submitted themselves for consideration for the upcoming animated feature Oscar. This includes films that have not yet had their required Los Angeles qualifying runs this ca...
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Say What?! Don Lemon Endorses Stop & Frisk, Asks "Would You Rather Be Politically Correct Or Safe & Alive?" (DETAILS)

Don Lemon is doing what he loves to do most……pissing people off. During the Tom Joyner show on Tuesday, Lemon admitted that the police aren’t always fair or respectful of the people they stopped, but suggested to dissenters that they should ignore that fact because the “formula has reduced crime in…
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‘Just living their lives and BAM!’ Larry the Cable Guy shreds Obamacare lies [pic]

What did Larry the Cable Guy retweet? RT @MyCancellation: Common cancellation language: Your current plan does not meet all requirements of #ObamaCare & will be discontinued htt…— As Twitchy has exhaustively reported, millions of Americans are receiving, and will continue to receive, cancellation…
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» Jay Mariotti recalls fights at the ‘insane-asylum’ Chicago Sun-Times JIMROMENESKO.COM

Low in his column about Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, former Chicago Sun-Times columnist Jay Mariotti writes that his ex-colleagues at the “dying, insane-asylum newspaper” often tried to pick fights. Jay Mariotti A couple of my sportswriting … Any * Earlier * * comments
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Fantoo Raises £450,000 On Crowdcube To Put The AI Into Corporate Email | TechCrunch

Fantoo, based in London, is another that’s picking up the mantle. Fantoo’s cloud-based email client will use machine-learning to anticipate and automatically categorise a user’s email, presenting it as an optional tapestry of images — Pinterest-meets-email! The idea is that by intelligently…
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Oprah Reveals Her 2013 'Most Favorite Things'

You know it's the start of the holiday season when Oprah Winfrey reveals her "Most Favorite Things!" This year, Oprah shares the amazing O, The Oprah Magazine December cover with one of her most favorite things -- comedian Jimmy Kimmel -- who, dressed like an elf, dutifully goes to work on the 15…
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What's The Difference Between Me And You? The 10 Challenges Rappers And Tech Entrepreneurs Endure | Elite Daily

Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg all dropped out of college, albeit among the finest institutions in the world, to become legends–just as Nas moved back to Africa in Belly. On the same note, Steve Jobs in his 2005 Stanford Commencement Address remarked how he slept on floors when he…
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Gretchen Carlson: LGBT rights are a “distraction” from real issues like jobs

Gretchen Carlson honestly believes that guaranteeing transgender students the right to safely use the bathroom is dangerous policy that will result in lots of locker room “pranks,” so it comes as absolutely zero surprise that she thinks the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is a cheap political…
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Barrymore on Baby No. 2: It's Really for Olive

Drew Barrymore, 38, is opening up to People about her second pregnancy, speaking out for the first time about her big baby news that broke Monday. Drew says that the main reason her and husband Will Kopelman are "overjoyed" about baby number two being on the way, is the fact that their daughter…
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The ObamaCare speech he never gave

It’s now a matter of bipartisan consensus that President Obama should have been more honest and forthright in selling his health-care plan. Here is the transcript of the speech he…
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Tiny Type on Ballots Leaves Voters Squinting - Forest Hills - DNAinfo.com New York

A voter studies his completed ballot at a polling station on November 5, 2013 in Brooklyn. "We had one person who, because of the darkness of the polling site coupled with the font size, just gave up," said NYPIRG spokesman Gene Russianoff.
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How the world is failing at its climate goals, in one giant chart

Every time world leaders get together and talk about climate change, they tend to agree on one big thing: We shouldn't let global average temperatures rise more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Then those same world leaders fly back home and... don't do enough about it. The U.N.'s Environment…
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A Dictionary of Baby Boomer Definitions of 'Millennial'

Tuesday dawned with another deeply delusional attempt to chronicle this elusive yet pervasive species known as the millennial, but just as the media slur "hipster" lost all meaning through overuse, we're starting to notice that no one knows what millennial means. Employed by everyone and embraced…
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What Causes Cancer in Pets?

Hearing the news that your pet has been diagnosed with cancer can be both devastating and terrifying at the same time. It is natural to have many questions about exactly what the diagnosis means, what might happen to your pet as the cancer progresses...
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Everybody Panic: Corgis Are On Their Way to Becoming Endangered | TIME.com

The club said only 241 Pembroke Welsh Corgis were registered this year, and it seems unlikely that they’ll reach the 300 registrations needed to stay off the vulnerable breeds list. The club says this decline correlates with the rise in popularity of smaller foreign breeds, like French bulldogs.
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Roadmap 2013 live coverage

For a little more background on why we think this is so important, check out this post from Gigaom founder and conference co-organizer Om Malik, or this post from his partner in crime, Katie Fehrenbacher. We’ll update this post through each day with coverage of each session, and a livestream of the…
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Toronto mayor: ‘Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine’ - Chicago Sun-Times

Toronto mayor: ‘Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine’ “The police chief believes he’s the judge, the jury and the executioner.”
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Forget Chris Christie: 5 under-the-radar races to watch today (from pot to schools)

Chris Christie will boost his case to 2016 presidential primary voters – and donors – by scoring a decisive re-election in a solidly blue state. And Terry McAuliffe will best Ken Cuccinelli in a race between two of the most unlikeable candidates in American politics.
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Jane Austen: The Massive Online RPG Game

As you can probably guess, this Jane Austen-themed video game is not about smashing monsters with magic and swords, but about demolishing your enemies with gossip and bolstering your reputation by dancing with the elite.
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Cox plans to launch internet TV service

After running a trial in Southern California earlier this summer, Cox is now working on a commercial pay TV offering that would stream live TV over the internet, according to a report by LightReading. Details on that upcoming service are still scarce, but delivering TV over the internet as opposed…
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Cleveland kidnap victim says was hung on the wall like ornament

By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - One of the three Cleveland women who survived years of imprisonment after being kidnapped by Ariel Castro gave details about her ordeal in a television interview on Monday including being tied up and hung on the wall like an ornament. That's the only way I can…
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Canadian government blocked potential Lenovo bid for BlackBerry over security concerns

The BlackBerry of today could've been a Chinese-controlled company -- if the Canadian government hadn't put its foot down, that is. A report in The Globe
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7 Major Benefits of Unexpected Pregnancies

My pregnancy with my oldest daughter was completely unexpected . In September of 2009, just a few days short of our second wedding anniversary, we welcomed our first child into the world. We knew we always wanted more kids and started actively trying once our oldest was nearing 2 years old. We were…
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There’s a traffic jam at the International Space Station

It's a busy week in orbit at the International Space Station. Three members of the six-person Expedition 37 climbed into the Soyuz TMA-09 spacecraft Friday to bring the vehicle from the Rassvet cargo and docking module to the Zvezda service module, which has another Russian docking port on the…
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Why It’s Okay to Break the Rules of Dating and Relationships

I was raised to live by the rules. My mother ruled with an iron fist and so I never lived on the edge.
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NFL power rankings 2013, Week 10: Broncos snag top spot from undefeated Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs kept their undefeated streak alive with a ninth consecutive victory on Sunday, but the unimpressive win against the Buffalo Bills caused the team to drop in some power rankings. With FOX, Yahoo! and SB Nation all ranking the Chiefs third or lower, the team fell from the top…
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HS2 minister corrects budget muddle

Robert Goodwill joined the government in September The minister overseeing the HS2 rail project has issued an official correction after getting muddled over the size of his department's budget. Robert Goodwill suggested in the Commons last week that the transport department's overall budget was…
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J.J. Abrams wants to take 'Star Wars: Episode VII' back to the series' grittier roots

In a recent interview with the UK’s The Times Magazine, director J.J. Abrams hints that Star Wars: Episode VII may return the saga to its gritty, "space western" roots. Kasdan is well-known as the writer of The Empire Strikes Back (which is typically regarded among fans as the best film in the…
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Lawsuit: Morgan Stanley employee, on his way out, leaves bank with a stack of wrong phone numbers

A financial adviser at Morgan Stanley was about to quit his job. When he did, the bank alleges, he left the bank holding a bunch of wrong phone numbers for clients.
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Fully Loaded ‘Baked’ Potatoes that Never Go in the Oven

Why spend hours in the kitchen when your slow cooker can do the work? This hearty, potato-topping chili takes only 20 minutes of prep time and comes guilt-free with merely 346 calories. Credit: Tina Rupp; Food styling by Christine Albano; Prop styling by Marina Malchin
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Acer's CEO is just the latest victim of the PC industry's struggles | PCWorld

The PC industry's hemorrhaging continued on Tuesday, as Acer announced that it lost nearly half a billion dollars in the last three months—an utter disaster that prompted the company to boot CEO J.T. Wang out the door, along with 7 percent of Acer's staff. Financial statements and personnel…
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Toronto Mayor Admits Having Smoked Crack Cocaine

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said Tuesday he smoked crack "probably a year ago" when he was in a "drunken stupor," an admission that follows months of accusations during which he has refused to step down. The allegations that he had been caught on video smoking crack surfaced in May. Ford initially…
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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Martin ‘Just As Much To Blame’ As Incognito - CBS New York

"Richie Incognito, is he wrong? Absolutely," Rolle told Joe & Evan. "But I think the other guy is just as much to blame because he's allowed it to happen."
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Military families need more home-front help, ombudsman says - Politics - CBC News

Canada's military ombudsman says the Canadian Forces need to provide more support to spouses and children of military personnel to minimize the disruptive effect their career has on fundamental aspects of family life, such as employment, health care, housing and child care. In a report released…
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Administration will launch campaign to get young people into exchanges

The administration will spend December through March on a campaign to encourage people to enroll in the health-care exchanges, specifically targeting young people and the uninsured. On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the average age of enrollees in the insurance exchanges has thus…
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Spotted: Rare Cat Species Captured on Camera in Borneo

Several rare and endangered bay cats were spotted on camera in a heavily logged section of rainforest in Borneo, where scientists didn't expect to find them, a group of researchers announced today (Nov. 4). The bay cat, or Bornean marbled cat, has only been recorded on video a handful of times…
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Humans Are On The Verge Of Losing One Of Their Last Big Advantages Over Computers

According to a Rybka computer chess forum, computers may have recently gotten to the point where they're so good that those advantages don't matter. They work so rapidly that humans really can't add value.
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Burger King to bring back Big Mac copycat

NEW YORK (AP) — What has two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions on a sesame bun? Burger King's latest sandwich.
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Six-week 'pause' for lobbying bill

The government has agreed to calls from charities to hold fresh consultations over its plans to regulate the lobbying industry. The government has already made a series of concessions to its proposed legislation, which will also establish a statutory register of lobbyists. The bill, brought forward…
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Women who follow a Mediterranean diet live longer and thrive: study

Now you've got even more good reason to eat a heart-healthy Mediterranean diet. Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston evaluated the diets and medical records of 10,670 women who were in their late 50s or early 60s between 1984 and 1986. After tracking…
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4 Steps to Quickly Figure Out Your Retirement Number

We're all going to retire, and that means we're all going to need some money put aside for retirement. The problem is that when we think broadly about saving for retirement, it seems impossible. Here's the catch: None of those retirement articles out there - the ones that talk about having to save…
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Amazon Replies To Author’s Reply To Amazon Founder’s Wife’s Criticism Of Book About Amazon | TechCrunch

Early this morning, author Brad Stone replied to a one-star review given his book The Everything Store, about the meteoric rise of Jeff Bezos and Amazon. Because the review was written by none other than MacKenzie Bezos, Jeff's wife. The review called out inaccuracies in Stone's book, claimed that…
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Mets interested in Rafael Furcal

The New York Mets have contacted free agent Rafael Furcal and are interested in signing him to be their 2014 shortstop, reports the New Jersey Star-Ledger.Amazin' Avenue: The Mets current 40-man roster
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Apple Patents Home Automation Technology That Adjusts Settings Based On Device Location | TechCrunch

Apple has just been granted a new patent (via AppleInsider) which describes a very comprehensive system for controlling connected home devices. The elaborate setup would make it possible for Apple to use location data fed from things like your iPhone and iPad, as well as use of credit cards or RFID…
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Outgoing Nigeria negotiator says Islamists want talks

The head of a panel tasked with seeking an amnesty deal with Boko Haram said Tuesday that key members of the Nigerian extremist group wanted peace talks but the credibility of the claim remained in doubt. Kabiru Tanimu Turaki, chairman of the amnesty committee which was created in April, was…
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Knick owner James Dolan reportedly erupts during a bad loss, benching the Knick City Dancers

It’s fair to say James Dolan is not much of a basketball man. Apparently it’s also fair to assume that he is no fan of the art of the dance, at least when things aren’t going his way. The New … Continue reading →
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NCIS Boss Previews Tony vs. Tim, an 'Emotional' Gibbs, Bishop's Debut, Three Returns and More

There’s much more to CBS’ NCIS this November sweeps than just the introduction of a new team member. Showrunner Gary Glasberg gave TVLine a preview of what’s on tap this month (starting tonight at 8/7c) as well as peek at […]
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Exactly How Pregnant Are You?

Persistent nausea drove me to take a pregnancy test, and that double-lined stick raised more questions than answers. Was that last period actually just implantation bleeding?
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Google Now updated for iOS, brings notifications, reminders, new cards and hands-free voice controls

Google Now's been bringing all kinds of handy new features to Android in recent months, and now its time for iDevice users to get a slew of new functions too. With today's update to the Google Search app, the iOS version has gained notifications, reminders and several new types of cards. Plus,…
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Man in stable condition after set on fire aboard AC Transit bus

Oakland: AC Transit bus passenger set on fire Monday evening OAKLAND -- An 18-year-old man was in stable condition with second and third-degree burns Tuesday after someone set a piece of his clothing on fire as he slept Monday evening on an AC Transit bus in East Oakland, police said. The attack…
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The NFL's disastrous lack of an anti-hazing policy

In the Marine Corps, hazing is a crime punishable by at least seven different articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, according to Marine Corps Order 1700.28, first issued in 1997 and regularly updated since then. The Marines define hazing as "any conduct whereby one military member…
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Races say as much about future as Election Day

(CNN) -- Welcome to Election Day 2013, where two gubernatorial contests and the race for mayor of the nation's biggest city will be settled and a GOP primary battle for a U.S. House seat in Alabama is getting outsized attention. In New Jersey, public opinion polls indicate tough-talking Gov. Chris…
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Selena Gomez Says She's the Girl You Take Home to Meet the Parents, Not A One Night Stand

Selena Gomez shared in the December/January issue of Teen Vogue that she's the girl you "want to take home to your parents, not for the night," she also dishes on the big difference between herself and friend Taylor Swift
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Gut Bacteria May Be Implicated in Rheumatoid Arthritis - Wired Science

Now, a new study adds one more potential malady to the list: rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a mysterious disease. Scientists aren’t sure what causes rheumatoid arthritis, but they do know that it’s an autoimmune disorder, meaning that the body’s immune system is attacking its own…
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Top Five Dream Matches for Wrestlemania XXX

COMMENTARY | Although we're still months away from Wrestlemania XXX in New Orleans, wrestling fans are already looking forward to the yearly sports entertainment extravaganza. Depending on what you value most as a fan, a Wrestlemania XXX dream match could involve a great wrestler from the past.…
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11 Hidden Features in Android 4.4 KitKat [VIDEO]

Besides the tentpole features of improved power efficiency and more sophisticated voice recognition, Android 4.4 "KitKat" has several hidden tidbits.
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NetAppVoice: The Augmented Organization: Wake Up To This Huge Competitive Threat

Here’s controversial Cybernetics Professor, Kevin Warwick, on the future of worker productivity. Emma Byrne finds out…… Professor Kevin Warwick believes that cognitive augmentation is only a few years away. The push to treat more conditions and reach more patients has begun in earnest, with…
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Whoops! U.S. Slipped in Four Freedom Rankings This Year.

It's not yet time to break out the phony passports or head for the secret compound in the mountains, but the United States is taking a bit of a drubbing this year when it comes to assessments of the country's freedom and, more specifically, the direction in which the government is moving in terms…
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Kristen Bell Felt No Connection With Baby Lincoln During Pregnancy: "I Didn't Know Her"

Kristen Bell admits to Flare magazine that she felt no connection to daughter Lincoln during her pregnancy, and she worried she wouldn't love her baby as much as she loves her dogs; "It could've been a water bottle in my belly," she says of the pregnancy
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Steve Nash is still battling nerve damage stemming from his 2012 leg fracture

Steve Nash is not playing on the second night of back-to-backs, he’s playing limited minutes, and he’s shooting 29 percent from the field over the first three games of his 2013-14 season. The NBA’s oldest player has not looked particularly … Continue reading →
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Rep. Steve Daines to run for Montana Senate seat

Freshman Rep. Steve Daines (R) will enter the open Montana Senate race Wednesday, GOP aides said Tuesday. Rob Collins, executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, confirmed that Daines will run, as was widely expected. "Montana, tomorrow, Steve Daines is going to get in the…
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Michelle Malkin | A quick reminder about those Guy Fawkes masks Occupiers are fond of wearing «

A quick reminder about those Guy Fawkes masks Occupiers are fond of wearing
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27 Ways to Know You're Part of the MMA Media | Cagepotato

(The MMA media in a nutshell, except replace Jade Bryce with Dana White and Eric Holden with any credentialed “journalist” in the business. The MMA media is a diverse bunch, ranging from actual professionals to despicable bottom-feeders like us. 1. You’ve been called a Zuffa shill whenever you say…
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Incredible Technology: Laser Space Communications for Interplanetary Travel

Since the dawn of the space age, NASA probes have beamed data home to Earth using radio-frequency communication. The space agency is working hard to develop laser-based space communications systems, which officials say are key to ensuring rapid and accurate transmission of information from…
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Sen. Tom Coburn diagnosed with prostate cancer

Oklahoma Republican Sen. Tom Coburn has been diagnosed with a recurrence of prostate cancer and is seeking treatment.
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Ira Glass is in Yoko Ono's new music video | This American Life

I was asked to dance in Yoko Ono’s new music video. Here’s what it’s like: a car service picks you up and takes you to a nondescript building that’s set up for a video shoot. She’s Yoko Ono! I stand in front of the camera and 20 handlers and hipsters and publicists and crew and Yoko Ono and I think…
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Ron Paul: 'Insane' to Vote for Libertarian Candidate in VA - Conservative Byte

Nice to see Ron helping to fix the Republican party. On Monday, former Congressman and staunch libertarian Ron Paul (R-TX) campaigned for Virginia Republican Governor candidate Ken Cuccinelli and said Virginias would be giving up on liberty if they voted for Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Tuesday’s…
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Power Rankings: A flip flop at the top and Junior moves to third

It's time for Power Rankings! After every race, we'll opine about who we think is at the top of the Sprint Cup heap and how and why they got there. Remember, this isn't scientific, as our formula is the perfect … Continue reading →
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‘Purge surge’: Obama fires another commander

WASHINGTON – After multiple top generals described to WND what they regard as a full-scale “purge” of the U.S. military by the Obama administration, the commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan was summarily relieved of duty and his civilian deputy reassigned, pending a “misconduct” investigation.…
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Nadal close to sealing top spot after beating Ferrer

Rafael Nadal is on the verge of finishing the year as the world number one after opening his ATP World Tour Finals campaign with a 6-3, 6-2 win over David Ferrer on Tuesday. Nadal arrived at London's O2 Arena still smarting from a surprise loss against fellow Spaniard Ferrer in the semi-finals of…
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Making a difference: All the finalists for the Press Gazette British Journalism Awards 2013 | Press Gazette

Press Gazette, Britain's Journalism Weekly: news, analysis and jobs
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SOMETHING IN THE AIR | Girl, 8, is China's youngest lung cancer patient

SOMETHING IN THE AIR | Girl, 8, is China's youngest lung cancer patient By: Agence France-Presse BEIJING -- An eight-year-old girl has become China's youngest lung cancer patient, reports said, with doctors blaming pollution as the direct cause of her illness. The girl, whose name was not given,…
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Doping athletes targeted by new anonymous phone tip line - Ottawa - CBC News

Bal Gosal, the minister of state for sport, announced nearly $1 million in new funding for a telephone tip line to report athletes suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is running the Report Doping Hotline (1-800-710-CCES), funded by Ottawa,…
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Authorities look at LAX shooter's government view

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal agents are investigating the possible ties of a suspect in the fatal shooting at Los Angeles International Airport to a widely circulated conspiracy theory that the U.S. government is preparing to establish a totalitarian state.
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Rob Ford : 'Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine.' | Toronto Star

“Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine,” Mayor Rob Ford admitted at a surprise news conference just after noon. You didn’t ask the correct questions,” Ford explained to why the admission was so long in coming. Full transcript of Mayor Rob Ford admitting he smoked crack cocaine Ford said he smoked crack…
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The CW Clocks in With DC Comics' Hourman

The CW is looking to add another DC Comics character to its stable of superheroes
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Red Sox, Yankees trios receive qualifying offers

The World Series champion Boston Red Sox made $14.1 million qualifying offers to free agents Jacoby Ellsbury, Mike Napoli and Stephen Drew on Monday, the first deadline day of baseball's offseason. Thirteen free agents received the offers, up from nine last year. The Yankees also extended offers to…
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‘Game of Thrones’ casts Styr in season 4 — EXCLUSIVE | EW.com

But wait, there's more!Just when you thought HBO's Game of Thrones had finished announcing its season 4 cast, there is one more role left: Styr, the Magnar of Thenn.He will be played by Russian actor Yuri Kolokolnikov. You've probably seen him in V tvoikh glazakh and Schastlivyy konets.
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Dwight Howard: 'They can boo me a million times, I don't care'

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was roundly booed on Monday in his return to the Staples Center to face to the Los Angeles Clippers. It happened in pregame introductions, it happened when he touched the ball. It was evident that the former Laker is a villain in L.A, even when in front of a…
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Public School Dawah: Hundreds of Parents Protest Pro-Islam Indoctrination Florida school textbook - Atlas Shrugs

Mosqueing the public school. Public school officials must be called out and exposed. Whether they are clueless or complicit is irrelevant; the outcome is the same. Islamic history must be taught -- 1,400 years of jihadi wars, cultural annihilation, land appropriations, and enslavements up to and…
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"Game of Thrones" Season Four Hints

If you thought for one split second that HBO would go easy on Game of Thrones viewers—still grief stricken over that Stark-slaying last season—with a comparatively fluffy fourth season, or even just lighten up on the mass throat slittings, you are sorely
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Fantasy football waiver wire, Week 10: Hot players with potential downside

Week 9 of the regular NFL season is in the books and fantasy owners are looking for bye week and/or injury replacements. We bring you our weekly list of players who might be potential waiver wire busts or who have downside. It was the Chris Ivory show Sunday when the Jets faced his former team, the…
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits he smoked crack cocaine

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted on Tuesday that he has smoked crack cocaine, probably "in one of my drunken stupors," but insisted he's not an addict. Facing a raucous group of reporters, Ford said he smoked crack, perhaps about a year ago. The admission came days after Toronto's police chief…
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Jennie Garth, Daughters Drop Off Peter Facinelli at Airport: Picture

See a photo of Jennie Garth driving ex-husband Peter Facinelli to the LAX Airport with their three daughters on Nov. 3
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Obama denies ‘you can keep it’ videotaped promises

President Barack Obama told his enthusiastic supporters Monday night that he never promised what video recordings show him promising at least 29 times. But that’s not what he really said, Obama announced Monday in a speech to about 60 Organizing for Action supporters. But the hidden exception is…
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Report: Aaron Rodgers' Injury Isn't As Bad As First Feared, Could Be Out Three Weeks

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers...
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Jason O'Mara to Star in USA Network's Matt Nix Pilot (Exclusive)

Jason O'Mara is headed to USA Network. The Vegas and Terra Nova alum has been tapped to star in the cable network's Matt Nix drama pilot Complications, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Nix's Complications tells the story of a disillusioned suburban ER Dr. John Ellis (O'Mara) whose…
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Tempest in a toilet costs New York restaurant workers their jobs

By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - Restroom attendants at Balthazar, the trend-setting French-style bistro in New York City, will soon be relieved of their duties watching others relieve themselves after a customer wrote on his influential business news website that it is a demeaning job. Henry…
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PRACTICE REPORT: Nate Burleson back on the field for the Lions

For the first time since breaking his arm in a freak car accident Sept. 24, veteran receiver Nate Burleson had a helmet and participated in the portion of practice open to the media today. Burleson broke his forearm in an early-morning car crash just two days after catching six passes for 116 yards…
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8 Reasons Twitter Still Lags Behind Facebook

Twitter has not reached Facebook's level of influence just yet. This infographic shows how Twitter stacks up to Facebook in eight different ways.
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Former South Carolina running back Kenny Miles shot during attempted robbery

Kenny Miles, a former South Carolina running back, was shot in Columbia, S.C. on Monday during an attempted robbery. From The State: Sgt. Curtis Wilson with the Sheriff’s Department said the shooting occurred about 1 p.m. in the 100 block … Continue reading →
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Kate Bosworth Opens Up About New Family, Moving to Montana with Michael Polish

In a matter of months, Kate Bosworth has become a new wife, new mom and resident of a new town. The actress recently moved from California to Montana with her husband, director Michael Polish, and his 15-year-old daughter, Jasper. Bosworth appears on the cover of...
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Aaron Rodgers injury: Where will the Packers go from here?

In a best-case scenario, Rodgers would be able to play through the injury and start next week. If his collarbone is fractured like Zach Zaidman of WBBM Newsradio 780 reported on Monday, it could keep Rodgers out of the lineup for six weeks or more. More on Rodgers and the Packers: Acme Packing…
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Annie Lennox Honored With Music Industry Trusts Award

Annie Lennox was honored with the 22nd Annual Music Industry Trusts Award at an event last night. Annie received the award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to British music and tireless charity work at a gala dinner on November 4. David Munns OBE, chairman of the MITS Award committee,…
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2014 People's Choice Awards: Glee, Grey's, Sons, Good Wife, Castle, NCIS, Gellar Among Nominees

Glee may not be the phenomenon it once was, but it’s still a hit with The People. Nominations for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards were announced Tuesday, and the Fox musical scored a leading eight nods. The Big Bang Theory […]
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Last Night, We Got Our First Look At Chris Christie With The Woman He Might Pick For Vice President

UNION CITY, N.J. — In his whole...
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'Dancing With the Stars' 2013: Chelsie Hightower's Take on Week 8, Brant Daugherty's Elimination

“Dancing With the Stars” pro Chelsie Hightower blogs on season 17 of the hit ABC show. Hightower gives her take on the dances, the judges’ scores, and the eliminations. You can find her on Twitter @chelsiehightowr. Well, America, here we are again, starting our week...
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‘Wolverine’ Sequel in Works, With James Mangold in Talks to Write Treatment

Hugh Jackman better shine up his claws: A new “Wolverine” film is in the works, with James Mangold in negotiations to write the treatment.
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Admits He Smoked Crack, "Probably In One of My Drunken Stupors"

TORONTO, CANADA - JULY 24: Toronto mayor Rob Ford watches the Toronto Blue Jays MLB game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 24, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Rob Ford fessed up this afternoon, finally admitting that he has indeed smoked crack. "Yes, I have smoked crack…
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Jeanne Tripplehorn Remembers 'Basic Instinct'

The actress talks about working with Michael Douglas then and working with her real-life husband now in a new film called 'Morning.'
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Faking college football injuries: 'It's a concern,' says officiating coordinator Rogers Redding

Increasingly, that's a question being asked in college football about pretending to be injured. "It's a concern," said Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of officiating. The latest happened Saturday when Auburn linebacker Anthony Swain abruptly fell to the ground and grabbed his knee after…
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Is Hans Zimmer, Movie Composer Extraordinaire, Repeating Himself?

When audiences settle in for the unsettlingly gorgeous horrors of Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave, they are treated not only to Chiwetel Ejiofor’s acclaimed portrayal of Solomon Northup, a free black man who was tricked into slavery and eventually wrote a memoir about his experience, but also to a…
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People’s Choice Awards 2014 Nominations: FULL LIST of nominees – People's Choice Buzz Blog

You voted, and voted, and voted, for your favorite People’s Choice Awards pre-nominees. Now, it’s time to reveal which contenders made it on to the ballot. On Tuesday, 2 Broke Girls stars Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings— who were just crowned hosts So Take Next: The Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite…
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Golf-Curse of the kids hampers Tiger's Turkish countdown

By Tony Jimenez ISTANBUL, Nov 5 (Reuters) - World number one Tiger Woods will have to overcome the 'Curse of the Kids' if he is to challenge for the first prize of 848,930 euros ($1.14 million) at this week's Turkish Airlines Open. The 14-times major champion is back in action at the European Tour…
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NY Times’s Sudden Aversion to Calling the President a Liar « Commentary Magazine

Barack Obama’s election neatly coincided with the liberal left’s rediscovery of the value of civility in the public square. And, as evidenced by the New York Times’s rather amazing Sunday editorial on ObamaCare, giving the president the benefit of the doubt is back in vogue. The Times explained…
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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Watch an extended sneak peek

With the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug just a month away, the film's promotional campaign has kicked into high gear. At a live-cast fan event on Monday, director Peter Jackson and the film's cast debuted a special surprise: A new, three-minute trailer that offers the most complete…
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Kyrie Irving: Is the Cleveland Cavaliers' Point Guard a Superstar?

COMMENTARY | Kyrie Irving is a former No. 1 overall pick, Rookie of the Year and NBA All-Star in just his third professional season. While few would argue that Irving is a young star in the association, can he really be considered a superstar at the age of 21? Players in the NBA who fit this…
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Lea Michele Recorded Song "You're Mine" For Cory Monteith on Debut Album: "It Makes Me So Happy"

Lea Michele revealed to Elle for its December 2013 issue that she recorded a song last-minute, called "You're Mine," for her late boyfriend Cory Monteith for her debut album; "It makes me think so much of Cory. It was ours"
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Houston Rockets: Four Early-Season Concerns for James Harden, Dwight Howard and Company

COMMENTARY | Most people who looked at the Houston Rockets' schedule before the season realized that their first real test would come in their fourth regular-season game against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Rockets failed their first test miserably. The Clippers tied a franchise record with 78…
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