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MSNBC Host Makes Fun of Mitt Romney’s Black Grandson

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry concluded the “What’s So Funny About 2013?” segment of her Sunday show with a chorus of laughter at the black grandson pictured in former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s family Christmas photo. The chuckles were directed at baby Kieran – who was adopted by Romney’s…
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Dolphins caught chewing on fish to get high

The fish secrete a toxin that gives the dolphins a buzz, and the crew on the upcoming show filmed male bottlenose dolphins passing around a puffer fish before acting "most peculiarly." The program's executive producer John Downer notes the dolphin were in a trancelike state, "hanging around with…
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Missouri Bar Gets Cease-And-Desist Order From Starbucks, Responds With Hilarious Letter And $6 Check

Starbucks is known for aggressively going after...
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Dwyane Wade Fathered Child While on Break From Gabrielle Union

Dwyane Wade confirmed Monday, Dec. 30 that he fathered a son during a brief hiatus from his now-fiancee Gabrielle Union
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More Controversial Comments From Duck Dynasty Star

Phil Robertson is no stranger to controversy. Just days after his anti-gay and racially insensitive comments appeared in GQ magazine, he was temporarily suspended from his popular A&E show "Duck Dynasty." When fans complained, the network reinstated him. Now, he`s back in the headlines for a newly…
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Ranking the NFL playoff coaches from 1-12

Some of the most important Super Bowl moments have happened in coaches' meeting rooms well before the games. In Super Bowl XXV, Bill Parcells' tremendous game plan slowed down the Buffalo Bills' offense, controlled the clock and gave the Giants … Continue reading →
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Hangover Cures that Really Work (and the Ones that Don't)

"There are a lot of myths about hangover cures," says Ruth C. Engs, RN, EdD, a professor at Indiana University who has done extensive research on the effects of drinking. Hangover symptoms are a product of dehydration, hypoglycemia, and the poisonous side effects from toxins in our drinks (sounds…
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EMT suspended, then resigns after breaking rule to help 4-year-old

Stephen Sawyer of Ellenville, New York was a volunteer EMT and squad leader with the Ellenville First Aid and Rescue Squad until very recently.
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Robin Roberts Addresses Sexuality

As she reflected on her condition last year in recovery from a bone marrow transplant, Good Morning America host Robin Roberts publicly acknowledged her sexuality for the first time. Roberts, 53, posted a flashback photo on her Facebook page from exactly a year ago, when she was 100 days in…
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10 Coolest Archaeology Discoveries of 2013

Archaeologists dig through the faint traces of the past to learn more about human history. From royal tombs to the mysterious vanished inhabitants of Europe, here are some of the strangest and most exciting archaeology finds of the year. It turns out Richard III may have been a control freak who…
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Kate Middleton's Christmas Day Outfit: Alexander McQueen Tartan

This Christmas, in honor of baby Prince George's first holiday, Queen Elizabeth II invited all her nearest and dearest royals to her country house, Sandringham, in King's Lynn, Norfolk.
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Mother Arrested in Christmas Day Killing of Teen Daughter

Connie Villa, 35, is Accused of Murdering her 13-Year-old Daughter
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HACK ATTACK SETS UP POLICE RAID

The Derp hacking group took down several gaming servers Monday. They overloaded U.S. and European servers with lots of data, knocking them offline. They then turned their attention to pro-gamer, James 'PhantomLord' Varga. They posted his personal info, eventually leading someone to prank call the…
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Wii U Outsells Xbox One The Week Before Christmas According To VGChartz

According to estimates provided by VGChartz, the Wii U outsold the Xbox One the week before Christmas.
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Netflix tests new price tiers for video service

Netflix is testing new price plans for streaming video as it tries to lure more viewers.
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The Secret to Losing (Woah!) 175 Pounds

I started working with a registered dietitian, Manuel Villacorta, who created the 'Eating Free' weight-loss plan. I told him all the crazy rules I had about food: no bread, no bananas, no food after 7 p.m. I confessed to 'saving up calories' by eating nothing but a granola bar for breakfast and a…
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Report: Lakers, Cavs have discussed a trade involving Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum

Pau Gasol is wearing out his welcome with the Lakers, having his effort questioned while recently sitting out games some felt he could have played in and not playing well or being happy with his fit in Mike D’Antoni’s system. The situation is far worse with Andrew Bynum and the Cavaliers, who…
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Just In: 2014 Chevrolet SS sedan with a NASCAR silhouette and a Corvette engine

When General Motors announced that it would offer a rear-drive, full-sized sedan powered by a 415-hp, 6.2-liter Corvette V8, we had to start budgeting. While the Chevrolet SS may essentially be a...
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What’s In, What's Out for Kitchens in 2014

Already picking out granite countertops and espresso floors for your next kitchen remodel? Think again.
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UFC’s Anderson Silva looking towards return to training

On a recent media conference call (audio below), the orthopedic surgeon who performed surgery on Anderson Silva's injured leg on Sunday said that the former UFC champion had a return to training on his mind before even undergoing surgery. "He has spontaneously mentioned me in the pre-op area, his…
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The Downside of Early Retirement

A lot of my fellow baby boomers, in their 50s and early 60s, find they have an option to take early retirement. Some are teachers or other public employees who can opt for retirement after a certain number of years of service, which often puts them in their 50s. People who take early retirement…
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Top 10 iPad Alternatives

Not everyone wants an iPad Air or iPad Mini. In fact, many Apple haters would argue no one needs an iDevice, when there are so many other great options. Happily, if you're looking for an alternative there truly are plenty of compelling options -- many that cost less than Apple's slates. Google and…
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Beyoncé Receiving Negative Feedback For Use of Challenger Disaster Audio

Beyoncé currently is receiving some negative backlash from the NASA community. She used a sound byte from the 1986 Challenger Shuttle disaster in her song 'XO', and it's being called insensitive.
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Man Feared Dead After Going Overboard on Royal Caribbean Cruise

It’s unlikely that the Canadian man who went overboard near the Puerto Rican coast while on a Royal Caribbean cruise is still alive, authorities said today. Tien Phuoc Nguyen, 26, was with his family aboard the ship Adventures of the Seas Saturday, en route to...
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Over 2.1 million have signed up for Obamacare: officials

By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 2.1 million people have enrolled in private health insurance plans through new federal and state websites since they were launched in October as part of President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul, U.S. officials said on Tuesday. Sign-ups for…
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WWE: Despite Being an All-time Great, Why Do Fans Continue to Hate John Cena?

COMMENTARY | At any given WWE show, on any random night, in any random city around the country, if John Cena is performing at a WWE event you can count on one thing. At any of these shows, you can count on the crowd offering dueling chants from those who support Cena and those who hate his…
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Better Than A Facelift?

Women across the country are saving thousands of dollars on plastic surgery by reducing the appearance of wrinkles from the comfort of their own home.AdChoicesLifeCell SkinCareSponsored



Dunkable Pizza Pinwheels Will Send the Veggie Plate Packing

When it comes to food, I always like to have a little fun. I mean, I'm a parent of a 4-year-old who thinks she is one day going to be a rock climber/paleontologist/ballerina and a wife to a husband who thinks running 100 miles is a fun sport - it's required of me to be uniquely entertaining. These…
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Stevie Nicks Dedicates "Landslide" to Katy Perry, John Mayer at Fleetwood Mac Concert

John Mayer tweeted on Katy Perry's handle after Stevie Nicks dedicated the hit "Landslide" to the couple at a recent Fleetwood Mac concert
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Why Gas Stations are Disappearing in Brooklyn

Gas stations are disappearing in a booming Brooklyn neighborhood and drivers are blaming one thing.
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Momma Cat Adopts Pit Bull Puppy, Wins $25,000

When shelter workers took in a day-old pit bull puppy, they placed him with a litter of kittens where he was welcomed as part of the family.
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Patrick Swayze's Widow, Lisa Niemi, Engaged ABC News
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The widow of actor Patrick Swayze, who died in 2009 of pancreatic cancer, has found love again: abcn.ws/1cQABRZ December 30, 2013
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Obama's tarnished health care law at a crossroads

WASHINGTON (AP) — All things good, bad and unpredictable converge with the new year for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul as the law's major benefits take effect, along with an unpopular insurance mandate and a risk of more nerve-wracking disruptions to coverage.
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Black Bear Visits Florida Man's Home Twice

Tramaine Gaines was in the kitchen of his Florida home this week eating pizza when he noticed something big searching through his things just a few feet away. “I look to my right and to my disbelief I see two eyes looking at me in...
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10 most innovative electronics products of 2013

The advance of personal technology is typically measured in increments of innovation, but this year saw some fascinating leaps forward, including wearable technology to fingerprint-scanning phones to cheap, plug-and-play smart television sticks. At Consumer Reports, we place a priority on…
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Macklemore Says He's Worried About Relapse

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis had a wild run in 2013. Their record sold more than one million copies, the videos for “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us” had a combined 700 million views, they’re nominated for seven Grammys, they just wrapped up a triumphant tour...
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25 Things Babies Born in 2014 May Never Know

In late 2010, I wrote a post called ” 30 Things Babies Born in 2011 Will Never Know .” It was one of my first successful online articles, appearing on the front page of Yahoo, along with a few other major ...
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LeBron James taps a pass full-court to get Mario Chalmers to the line (Video)

The basketball world has become accustomed to seeing ridiculous things from LeBron James. The man is so talented in so many ways that he's liable to put forth a spectacular play with no notice. Sometimes, it's obviously so, as in … Continue reading →
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'Body Atlas' shows where emotions hit the hardest

Finnish researchers have attempted to pinpoint the ways in which our emotions affect our bodies. The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, asked 773 participants to indicate how certain emotionally charged materials made them feel. The researchers argue that…
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Giant yellow duck explodes in Taiwan...again

A giant yellow duck on display in a northern Taiwan port exploded Tuesday, just hours before it was expected to attract a big crowd to count down the new year. It was the second time that a giant inflatable duck -- a bath toy replica created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman -- had burst while on…
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Pot, guns and paparazzi: New laws run gamut in US

The new year is bringing a host of new laws taking effect in January or thereabouts. A look at some state and local laws that are making news:
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‘Duck Dynasty’ Clan to Discuss Phil Robertson Controversy on Fox News

Fox News isn’t ducking the controversy over Phil Robertson’s recent anti-gay comments. “Duck Dynasty” stars Willie and Korie Robertson will discuss the firestorm over family patriarch Phil’s comments to GQ magazine during a previously scheduled appearance on Fox News Channel’s All-American New Year…
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The 10 Decorating Trends You Think Are so Over (10 photos)

From chevron to keeping calm, House Beautiful Facebook followers weigh in on the worst design fads that they wish would go away in 2013. More from House Beautiful : How to Get Your Dream Bedroom Decorating Secrets No One Has Ever Told You 10 Amazing Room Before-and-After…
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Anderson Silva receives six month medical suspension after UFC 168

Anderson Silva broke his leg in two places Saturday night at UFC 168 and has received a six month medical suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) unless he is cleared by an orthopedic surgeon earlier. As per usual, many other fighters on the card also received medical…
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War Over ‘Wolf of Wall Street’: Scorsese’s Latest Ignites Online Brouhaha

If your social media networks contain film critics, film fans or filmmakers, it’s likely you spent the week after Christmas reading less about what people received from Santa and their resolutions for 2014 and more heated posts about “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Martin Scorsese’s latest epic of male…
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An All-Soup Diet: This Is What Happens to a New Year's Cleanser

A first hand account of what happens to you when you binge on soup in the name of detox
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10 worst cars of 2013

Each year Consumer Reports buys and tests more than 80 vehicles on our track (see how we test), and while there were some cars really impressed us this year (ahem, Chevrolet Impala and Tesla Mode...
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5 Tools to Get Your Kitchen Organized in the New Year

Maximize the space in your kitchen with these simple products.
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The World's 8 Best Places to Retire in 2014

Specifically, here are the best, most comfortable, affordable, convenient and rewarding spots worldwide for retirement in 2014. Panama caters to foreign retirees like no other country in the world. The country boasts perhaps the world's most generous incentive program for retirees and uses the…
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Solange Rocks Super-Straight 'Do, We're Obsessed

Did you guys see Solange at the Falls Festival in Australia? I swear I did a double take at her gorgeous, butt-length strands.
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'Sudden Orders' Send Gold Higher, Reversing Early Loss

The price of gold is all over the map on the last trading session of 2013 -- and most recently it's higher. Traders are crediting "sudden orders" for pushing the metal's price to a midmorning ...
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Housing could be facing another bubble: Shiller

The U.S. housing market could be in the early stages of yet another bubble, warned Robert Shiller, co-founder of the Case-Shiller index.
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15 Life-Changing Storage Ideas for the Kitchen

If you've perused Pinterest lately in search of kitchen storage ideas, you know there are thousands of space-saving tricks floating around. Here's a roundup of our current favorites (we're filing them away for any future kitchen remodels).
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10 budget cities where you can retire in comfort

If you live in a low-cost area like one of these, retiring on $30,000 a year is manageable, the AARP found.
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Silvestre Diaz's stepdaughter speaks about man decapitated on Christmas Day

Angela Edwards, the stepdaughter of a man found decapitated on Christmas Day, is speaking out about the tragic end of Silvestre Diaz's life.
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Why Robin Roberts Coming Out as Gay Isn’t News — But Is Still Significant (Analysis)

Robin Roberts coming out as a lesbian this weekend is not really news, but it’s still significant. Roberts’ sexuality was a barely disguised secret — like Anderson Cooper and Jodie Foster before her, she never exerted much energy holding the closet door shut. Indeed, when Roberts scored a…
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It's official: Pope has not abolished sin, says Vatican

The Vatican felt compelled on Tuesday to deny that Pope Francis had "abolished sin", after a well-known Italian intellectual wrote that he had effectively done so through his words and gestures. The singular exchange began on Sunday when Eugenio Scalfari, an atheist who writes opinion pieces for…
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Steal This Look: A Spanish-Inspired Black and White Kitchen

In her overhaul of a Portland, OR, kitchen in a 1926 Mediterranean-style building, designer Jessica Helgerson took inspiration from the building itself, called, appropriately enough, the Alhambra. But more than architectural flourishes were required: "The original kitchen was a narrow galley with…
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NORTH KOREA SKIING

North Korea held an opening ceremony for a luxury ski resort costing millions of dollars. Kim Jong Un inspected the site earlier this year and ordered that his pet project be open to the public as soon as possible.
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NHL sells 105,500 tickets for Winter Classic; but why aren’t LA, NY selling?

ANN ARBOR, MI – The Guinness World Record for largest crowd to watch a hockey game is 104,173, set at the Michigan State vs. Michigan “Big Chill” game at the University of Michigan in Dec. 2010. If everyone who purchased … Continue reading →
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Redskins to interview Sean McDermott this weekend

The first rule of coaching searches is that if the last guy was fat, the next guy will likely be skinny. So after firing an older, offensive-minded guy with a glorious head of hair and tan, the Redskins have now turned their sights to Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott. According to Joe…
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Big Space Missions to Watch in 2014

Two new probes are expected to make it into Martian orbit in September and NASA's Curiosity and Opportunity rovers are still sending science back to Earth from the surface of the Red Planet. Both India's Mars orbiter Mangalyaan and NASA's MAVEN mission are expected to get into their orbits around…
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2014 Could Start Off With A Massive Snow Storm

Well that didn't take long. 2014 hasn't even...
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Can Paying Off Debt Hurt My Credit?

Whether you recently repaid a loan or are starting a plan to reduce your debt, you might wonder what paying off debt means for your credit score.
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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Exclusive Sneak Peek: Talk to the Hand Yahoo TV
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#AgentsofSHIELD Exclusive Sneak Peek: Talk to the Hand yhoo.it/1luPKrr cc@ABCNetwork 23 hrs ago
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Signs accumulating that Texans “closing in” on O’Brien

While it’s short of what you might call a traditional “report,” the strongest indication to date that the Texans are about to get their man has surfaced. Longtime Houston Chronicle writer John McClain just tweeted a vaguely cryptic missive which indicates that it’s close, if not all the way in the…
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5 Stocks I'd Buy and Hold for the Next 10 Years

These five insurance companies are poised to deliver consistent and solid returns.
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5 Ways Cook Healthier in 2014

If you’re resolving to eat healthier this year, consider starting in the kitchen. Here are a few simple tips to get you started.
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6 Things One Mom Wished She'd Known Before Having a Second Kid (6 photos)

You know how people know a lot of things about parenting before they have kids? Well, I knew a lot about parenting before I had my second child. Ever wish you could go back in time and give yourself a lecture? If I could go back to myself before I had my second child, here is what I would say. --By…
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Whoopsie! Chelsea Handler Injures Herself Skiing (but Jokes About It)

Looks like somebody should have gone to Cabo instead!
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Apple Closes 2013 In Grand Fashion With Truly Innovative, Easy-To-Service Mac Pro

When the cylinder-shaped Mac Pro was announced back in October many scoffed that it was just another glitzy, even odd Apple product, that was no doubt over-priced for what it could potentially deliver in value proposition. At first glance, it's easily dismissed as such I suppose but customers at…
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Meet the Arms Program That Dwarfs Lockheed's Trillion-Dollar Super-Fighter

$1.1 trillion used to sound like a lot of money ... before we heard about this.
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Jerry Jones on coordinators: They’re under contract

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gave head coach Jason Garrett a vote of confidence a while back and hasn’t wavered from it whenever questioned about Garrett’s status over the last few weeks. Jones hasn’t been so solid when it comes to queries about offensive coordinator Bill Callahan and defensive…
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7 Things My Husband and I Do Before the Start of a New Year

We have the opportunity to travel through life together - as a family. We end the year together and look forward to starting it together.
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Bus drivers disciplined for praying

The drivers were reprimanded after praying with a coworker who had lost her daughter
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Secret to Ancient Roman Sundial Revealed in 3D Simulations

Using NASA data and new computer simulations, researchers say they've discovered how the sun would have lined up with an Egyptian obelisk and the famed Ara Pacis in ancient Rome. The Ara Pacis, or "Altar of Peace," was dedicated in the year 9 B.C. to honor the Pax Romana, an era of relative peace…
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Is It Time to Bring Back Pensions?

With Americans struggling to build retirement portfolios in 401(k) plans, why can't we just bring back pensions?
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The 700% Increase in Obamacare Enrollments Doesn't Tell the Whole Story

Obamacare enrollments soar as the Jan. 1 coverage cutoff date approaches, but it's anyone's guess whether that portends good or bad things for Obamacare as a whole.
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Final Sandy Hook Report Paints A Disturbing Early Picture Of Adam Lanza

The final report from authorities on the Sandy...
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Microsoft Is Getting Serious About A Strange New Operating System That Won't Run Windows Apps

Microsoft is creating a brand new computer...
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'Neanderthal' Remains Actually Medieval Human

Instead, the new study reveals the bones to belong to modern Homo sapiens. The teeth and the bone were found in the San Bernardino Cave in the 1980s in a rock layer dating back to Neanderthal times, approximately 28,000 to 59,000 years ago. But location alone is not enough for a firm…
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5 Stocks That Will Probably Make Huge Moves Next Year

Every year has it's big movers, but rarely can investors tell beforehand which ones they will be.
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At 20 years, NAFTA didn't close Mexico wage gap

Looking around a Mexico dotted by Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Krispy Kreme outlets, it's hard to remember the country before the North American Free Trade Agreement, which has dramatically expanded consumer ...
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‘47 Ronin’: The Inside Story of Universal’s Samurai Disaster

The $175 million production was plagued by post-production fights, countless rewrites and a revolving crew
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Flu Outbreak Spreads Across US, Affects Young Adults

Ten states reported widespread flu activity this week, mostly in the Southeast, but flu is now fanning across the rest of the nation, according to the weekly report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it’s a once-familiar strain — the H1N1...
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Photos of the day - December 31, 2013 (34 photos)

The best news photos of the day for December 31, 2013. An Indian roadside vendor keeps herself warm near a small bonfire on a cold day in New Delhi, a man pushes his handcart through a snow-covered street during snowfall on a cold winter morning in Srinagar, fireworks explode over the Harbor Bridge…
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Kapalua shows it's getting harder to win on tour

The Tournament of Champions has all the PGA Tour winners from the previous year, but that doesn't translate into the strongest field. Only six of the top 20 at are Kapalua to start the new year, led by Masters champion Adam Scott at No. 2. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are sitting this one out,…
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2013: In Asia, growing rivalry between Japan and China

Asia ended the year as it had begun, stirred by fears of a territorial dispute between the region's two economic and military giants – China and Japan – that could spin dangerously out of control. At the end of the year, Japan was complaining bitterly about China's declaration of an "air defense…
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Warren Buffett's Super-Simple Retirement Advice

Hear what the best investor of all time has to say about planning for retirement.
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Ryan Seacrest Reveals What to Expect From Miley Cyrus's 'Rockin' Eve' Performance

The host and other stars provide a preview for tonight's TV event.
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Make a Restaurant-Perfect Omelet

With these chef tricks, yours will come out fluffy and flawless every time. Add a Bloody Mary and home may become your new favorite brunch place. REDBOOK.
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Serena Williams opens season with win vs Petkovic

Serena Williams did a quick little dance behind the baseline to remind herself to move her feet. Top-ranked Williams' first competitive match of the season, on New Year's Eve, was by no means perfect, but the 6-4, 6-4 win over Andrea Petkovic at the Brisbane International was a decent start…
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11 Must-See Skywatching Events in 2014

During the overnight hours, it will be a night first for Mars and later for the full moon. As a bonus, later that very same night (actually the early hours of April 15), North America will have a ringside seat to a total lunar eclipse when the full moon becomes transformed into a mottled reddish…
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Another secret weapon from Samsung’s Galaxy S5 possibly revealed

Shipments of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 may have fallen a bit short of the company’s lofty expectations in 2013, but 2014 is shaping up to be an entirely different story. In our review, we said that the Galaxy S4 had a feature spam problem. The phone was all over the place, packed to the gills…
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Does This Latest Obamacare Poll Surprise You?

With Obamacare enrollments surging over the past week and Healthcare.gov working for a majority of Americans, does this latest CNN/ORC poll shock you?
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'What's Your Excuse' Mom's 2014 Swimsuit Calendar, Featuring Fit Fans (9 photos)

For anyone who thought that Maria Kang — a.k.a. the opinionated, oft- criticized "hot Facebook mom" — would ride off quietly into the sunset with the close of 2013, we've got news: She's back. Again. And this time she's got a posse of supporters with her. Kang, who first entered the national…

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Top vehicles in our head-to-head tests this year

Domestics, imports split wins in our six head-to-head comparisons in 2013.
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Gay couples sue over Kansas tax filing policy

Two married gay couples in Kansas are suing to overturn a state policy preventing them from filing joint state income tax returns, arguing that the requirement is discriminatory and puts the couples "in ...
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The Netflix price test

Netflix is set to test a new pricing strategy that offers lower quality video streaming for $6.99 a month. Todd Spangler, Variety digital editor, provides perspective.
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It’s Your 2013 Exit Interview: No. 7 Clint Bowyer

Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. Gosh, we have to talk about this don't we? Or do we. By now … Continue reading →
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Ariana Grande Opens Up About Romantic First Date With The Wanted's Nathan Sykes

Despite rumors the couple may have split, Ariana Grande is opening up about her romance with The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes. Grande, 20, said Sykes, who she began seeing this past summer, was the perfect gentleman on their first date. “We were going back to his...
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Cholesterol linked to Alzheimer's protein, unclear why

By Shereen Jegtvig NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Patterns of "good" and "bad" cholesterol usually associated with heart risks also predicted the levels of Alzheimer's-related beta amyloid protein seen in the brains of study participants. "One of the important themes emerging from dementia research…
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10 Cutest Baby Animals of 2013

They wanted to keep open the option to reunite her with her parents, so they kept the baby in an incubator and moved her mom and dad to a spot where they could see her through a window. They finally got to see the fluffy white chick when it took a seat in the opening of the nest box in April.
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Gammons: Yankees won't sign Stephen Drew

Peter Gammons says on Twitter:
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7 Cars Collectors of the Future Will Crave

Whether it's a first-of-its-kind hybrid or a last-of-its-kind American muscle car, collectors are going to be craving some of these rides in the future.
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Roy Halladay went as ex-teammate Jamie Moyer for an '80s party

Because Jamie Moyer played in the '80s ... and also played in 2012. Roy Halladay enjoyed his retirement by going to an '80s costume party. Most people go to '80s parties in the typical '80s gear -- tight neon clothes, hairbands, etc. -- so what better to represent the 1980s than a guy you played…
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Stevens thinks Rondo will spend time in D-League

BOSTON -- Celtics coach Brad Stevens said that if Rajon Rondo is going to spend any time in the D-League with the Maine Red Claws before returning to Boston's lineup, it's going to be the point guard's decision. "It's not really a rehab assignment as much to get your wind," Stevens said on Tuesday…
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Luke Grimes Exits HBO’s ‘True Blood’; Role Will Be Recast

Brooding vampire James will be back on True Blood next season, but the actor who plays him, Luke Grimes, won’t. The role will be recast. Ever since production on Fifty Shades Of Grey was pushed by a month to December 2, there had been concern whether Grimes — who was cast as Christian Grey’s…
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4 Need-to-Know Facts About Low-Carb Diets

Think you know all there is to know about carbs? Think again. Here's what you need to know why you should keep them in your diet.
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Egypt seizes Brotherhood, Islamist leaders' assets

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's interim government has ordered the assets of more than 500 Muslim Brotherhood and Islamist leaders seized - including those of the country's ousted president — as part of an ever-tightening crackdown on the group, senior judicial and security officials said Tuesday.
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2014 Hall of Fame profile: Sammy Sosa

Does Sammy Sosa belong in the Hall of Fame? With a host of fantastic candidates on the docket, it will be tough for Slammin' Sammy to draw overwhelming support. Conversely, his status as a PED suspect is likely to alienate him from the old-school voters who might appreciate his home runs and RBI,…
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The Stylish Generation: 5 New Electric Cars for 2014

Green cars are typically not known for their style. Many of the 2014 releases by the world's top automakers are changing that perception.
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Jon Gosselin Slams Kate Gosselin's "Disgusting and Awful" Behavior

Jon Gosselin is not afraid to tell the world what he really thinks of his ex Kate Gosselin.
TV Guide
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Jay Leno Gears Up For 'Tonight Show' Departure

The "thanks" and "goodbyes" have already begun as Jay Leno prepares to leave the "Tonight Show," again, in 2014. Despite consistent dominance atop the ratings, Leno will be passing things off to the current host of "Late Night" – Jimmy Fallon, who will be moving the show back to New York City for…
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Girls basketball brawl mars Skylar Diggins’ prep jersey retirement party

It's not easy to turn Skylar Diggins' jersey retirement into a sidebar at a prep girls hoop game, but a punch thrown by a member of the WNBA star's alma mater did just that. Diggins, a First Team All-American at Notre Dame and the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 WNBA draft, watched from the stands…
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Arrow EP Shrugs Off S.H.I.E.L.D. Comparisons, Instead Hails 'Golden Age' of Comic Book Fare

Among the effusive reactions to Arrow‘s fall finale, one TVLine reader assigned Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to “study every episode” of The CW’s super drama over the winter break “and learn how a great comic book show is done.” And […]
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Soccer-Ozil, Ramsey, Giroud and Gibbs out for Arsenal

* Four missing and five doubtful for league leaders * Wenger unsure whether Walcott and Wilshere will play (Adds quotes, details) LONDON, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Arsenal will be without midfielders Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey, defender Kieran Gibbs and striker Olivier Giroud for the home game with…
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UFC 168: A Night Full of Bad Breaks, Epic Fights and a Bizarre Passing of Gas

COMMENTARY | UFC 168 was easily one of the most unique nights in mixed martial arts history that left us with much to discuss. It might even be considered slightly bizarre that the contingency was teetering heavily towards Brazilian even though UFC 168 took place on American soil. Nevertheless,…
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Brody Jenner on Past Relationship With Kris Jenner: "Tension Was Real," Says Reality Star

Brody Jenner is on much better terms with Kris Jenner, although this was not always the case, the reality star recently revealed
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Brady: I've never been part of a year like this

Tom Brady has been a part of Super Bowl-winning teams and record-setting teams, but this year's Patriots squad stands out for reasons all its own. That shows really the mental toughness of the team that weve got. Following New England's 34-20 victory over the Bills on Sunday, the Patriots…
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Britney Spears' Opening Night in Vegas Draws Rave Reviews

Pop icon Britney Spears‘ new 90-minute Las Vegas show, “Britney: Piece of Me,” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino drew raves from the sold-out crowd of A-list celebrities, reporters, die-hard fans and family members. Spears, 32, announced her two-year deal to perform her own show...
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Jon Gruden: I don’t want to be considered for any of these jobs

For the last few years, Jon Gruden has been one of the most popular names to come up whenever a team fired its coach or was thinking about firing its coach. It’s Black Monday, which means Gruden’s name has popped once again despite reports last month that the former Bucs and Raiders coach was “not…
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Chris Weidman Set to Be UFC's Next Top Star After Beating Anderson Silva

COMMENTARY | After the main event of UFC 168 on Saturday night, the focus of the MMA world was on Anderson Silva's gruesome leg injury that stopped the bout. The attention is understandable, considering that the career of the most dominant fighter in UFC history likely ended with one of the most…
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Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones Seen Together After Split

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones were photographed out together for the first time since the couple announced their separation. Wearing their wedding rings, Douglas, 68, and Zeta-Jones, 44, reunited for a holiday family outing with their children, Dylan, 13, and Carys, 10, Dec. 22 in...
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Ship trapped in Antarctica ice (5 photos)

Passengers and crew aboard a Russian ship trapped for eight days in ice off Antarctica planned to ring in the New Year with dinner, drinks and song as they waited for a break in a blizzard to allow a Chinese helicopter to rescue them. But they can't party too hard because the rescue could come at…
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11 Movies You Should Watch Before Netflix Purges Them

Netflix regularly removes and adds entertainment titles to its streaming lineup, but the company is purging nearly 100 titles by Jan. 1, leaving only two days before Netflix subscribers can log into their computers to watch these 11 titles:
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Amir Khan exclusive: 'I would definitely fight Manny Pacquiao; Mayweather deal agreed'

British boxer Amir Khan has admitted in an exclusive interview with Yahoo Maktoob that he would "definitely" fight Manny Pacquiao in the future, adding "let's get it on".
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Carey Mulligan on the Coen Brothers: They Pushed Me to Be Nastier and Say More Swear Words

She may have a certain girl-next-door appeal that has made her a hot property over the last four years, but Carey Mulligan shreds that image in her first few scenes of Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Inside Llewyn Davis.” As Jean, a Greenwich Village folkie, she drops F-bombs and S-bombs and spews vitriol…
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NFL playoffs should be seeded without regard to division championships

Three years ago, the 7-9 Seahawks hosted the 11-5 Saints in the wild-card round of the playoffs. After the Seahawks won, some actually argued that the victory validated the notion that the Seahawks were the better team.
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1,000 classic console games now available to play online for free

In addition to cataloging the Internet, the Internet Archive has launched a new project called Console Living Room that will let gamers play classic console video games online directly in a web browser. The best part is that the games are available to play legally, as their respective intellectual…
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Jason Hatcher isn’t giving any hometown discounts

The Cowboys defense was not good this season, leading some to wonder whether defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin would return for a second season with the team. There was at least one player on the team who took to life with Kiffin at the controls, though. Defensive tackle Jason Hatcher thrived on…
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The 7 Top Fitness Trends for 2014 (7 photos)

Last week the ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal released its worldwide top fitness trends survey for 2014, and I was surprised at the lack of any Hollywood-type exercise fads or celebrity videos on the list; in fact the trends revealed were a refreshing look ahead at not just fitness, but overall…
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Keira Knightley on Marriage, Guarding her Privacy

Keira Knightley surprised the world this past May when she tied the knot with husband James Righton in a low-key intimate wedding ceremony in southern France. Now the fiercely private star is speaking out about married life. Though she never thought of herself as the...
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This is the one reason Android users are actually jealous of iOS users

Android users are a proud group and are typically not fond of admitting that they’re envious of iPhone users. However, there’s one area where even the most diehard Android fan has to admit that iPhone users have it better: Software upgrades. AppleInsider notes that 78% of iOS users have now…
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‘Today’ Scores First Weekly Ratings Win Against ‘GMA’ Since July

Christmas came early for NBC’s morning show “Today” this year.
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Speaker Boehner ends rough year on a high note

WASHINGTON (AP) — It says a lot about House Speaker John Boehner's rough 2013 that even friends debate when the low point hit.
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Brown out: Ducks rout Texas in Mack Brown's finale

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Mack Brown came to Texas in 1998 and told a frustrated fan base to "Come early, be loud and stay late." Sixteen years later, many obeyed him again one last time, sticking around even after another pummeling in an underachieving season.
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Cracker Barrel Fires Back At Activist Investor

Despite its recent Duck Dynasty product debacle, Cracker Barrel is standing by its business strategy and defending itself against activist investor Sardar Biglari
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Beyonce Reveals She Went from 195 Pounds to 130 Post-Pregnancy: See the Slimdown in Photos!

The singer has put in major work to get her body back and she wants the world to know it!
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Ravens dealt tough schedule for 2014

With the regular season over, the Ravens home and away opponents for 2014 have been determined. The dates have not been set. But here are the Ravens opponents for next season, both home and away.
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All the Best News Anchor Bloopers of 2013 in One Glorious Supercut

With the Internet and more specifically YouTube, local news is no longer restricted just to the municipalities that it serves. It is easier than ever for someone to capture a funny clip from television and upload it online. If you’re bored on the Internet searching for these clips – rest easy. A…
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Keeper Of The Flame

War correspondent stumbles on a little known fact that an honored American war patriot had in fact worked for the Fascists wife urges writer to expose the facts for history.
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Dec. 30: On Tiger Wood's birthday, a look at his major home project to save from sinking

What a wild ride Tiger Woods has been on since becoming the best professional golfer in the world, and then destroying his reputation through a series of affairs.
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Gold sees biggest annual loss in 3 decades

Gold's loss of luster in 2013 is confirmed as the precious metal registers its worst annual fall in over 30 years.
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Leonardo DiCaprio Addresses ‘Wolf’ Controversy: ‘We’re Not Condoning This Behavior’

No year-end film has stirred up as much talk as Paramount’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which looks at American greed and excesses. The three-hour film has earned $34 million since it opened Christmas Day, with supporters embracing its originality and daring, but some fretting that the film…
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And the Obamacare Approval Rating Is?

This percentage of Americans approve of the Affordable Care Act. What does that say about its success?
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Melissa Harris-Perry apologizes for Romney grandchild jokes: Sincere?

On Sunday MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry ran a segment that has landed her, her employer, and her guests in a lot of trouble. It involved a panel of comedians commenting on photos of the year, and things went off the rails when a picture of former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and…
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Tennis- Top seeds win first round matches in Qatar

Top seed Rafael Nadal, second seed David Ferrer and third seed Andy Murray opened the new tennis season with first round wins on the last day of 2013. The only other time Nadal faced the Czech native was a five-set loss in the second round at Wimbledon in 2012.
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Plus-Size Barbie Sparks Online Debate Over Body Image

Should toymakers abandon Barbie’s pencil-thin physique for a double chin? That question, posted to Plus Size Modeling.com’s Facebook page, has created a social media firestorm with people weighing in on female body image. The photo of a fuller Barbie with the words “Should toy companies...
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Rick Pitino: Kevin Ware unlikely to play again this season

If Kevin Ware is ever going to play an integral role for Louisville again, it's probably not going to be this season. Rick Pitino revealed Monday it's likely Ware will not play the remainder of this season while trying to … Continue reading →
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US oil train derailment brings call for safety

A U.S. town narrowly escaped tragedy when a train carrying crude oil derailed and exploded nearby.
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Ronda Rousey's nemesis, Miesha Tate, facing unknown future after UFC 168

After losing to her rival for a second time, Tate will have to work her way back up the ladder before she can even try to climb 'Mt. Everest' again.
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Source: Greg Schiano, Mark Dominik were 'deceived' by Buccaneers

The coach and GM were caught off guard by the team's decision to part ways Monday, according to the source.
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President Barack Obama's Hawaii vacation: Day 10

KAILUA, Hawaii (AP) — How President Barack Obama spent Day 10 of his holiday vacation in Hawaii on Monday:
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Monday night NBA grades: Shawn Marion jumps in hot tub time machine

Our quick look around the NBA, or what you missed while getting sucked into a replay of Shawshank Redemption… Shawn Marion, Dallas Mavericks. Apparently pregame Marion hopped in the Hot Tub Time Machine and the 2003 version of himself showed up for this one — 32 points on 14-of-19 shooting, plus he…
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Netflix (NFLX) Announces New, Cheaper Streaming Plan

Netflix (NFLX) now offers a $6.99 streaming plan with a one-stream at a time limitation.
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Beyonce Responds to NASA Astronauts Angry Over Challenger Sample

Beyoncé has responded to complaints from a NASA employee and a widow of astronaut who died in the 1986 space shuttle Challenger explosion about her use of a sample from that fated mission in th[...]
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Endless summer: 8 American islands that are warm NOW(16 photos)

The snow is piling up and all you want to do is escape to a warm island? You don't need to splurge on a trip to the Caribbean to spend time on the beach this winter. These eight U.S. islands have the sandy shores, seafood shacks, and sunny skies that will have you thinking it's summer—even when…

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Team Report - PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Eagles' 7-1 surge nets NFC East title
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Packers’ Super Bowl odds make a big move

The strongest Super Bowl candidates playing in the wild-card round will meet Sunday in Green Bay. That’s how oddsmaking firm William Hill U.S. sees the NFC first-round game pitting the 49ers and Packers. Despite being the No. 5 seed in the NFC, the 49ers (13-2) have the third-lowest Super Bowl odds…
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A&E’s ‘Duck Dynasty’ Headache Continues Despite Phil Robertson’s Return; FNC Snags New Year’s Eve Interview With His Kin

A&E’s Duck Dynasty headache might not be over: Fox News Channel officially announced it will ring in 2014 with Willie and Korie Robertson during its All-American New Year special, which starts at 9 PM Eastern on Tuesday. Appearing live via satellite from Steamboat Springs, CO, for their first…
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Redskins confirm eight assistants leaving with Mike Shanahan

The Redskins have confirmed the eight members of Mike Shanahan’s coaching staff that will not be retained by the team after they decided to terminate head coach Mike Shanahan on Monday. As mentioned while discussing General Manager Bruce Allen’s press conference, the two biggest names on the list…
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The top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store

App Store Official Charts for the week ending Dec. 30, 2013: Top Paid iPhone Apps: 1. "Minecraft - Pocket Edition", Mojang 2. "Cut the Rope 2", ZeptoLab UK Limited 3. "Heads Up!", ...
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Year-End Late-Night TV: ‘Tonight’s Move To NY May Give NBC More Clout With Talent, But Digital May Make Booking War Obsolete

The year 2013 will go down as a big one for late-night TV, and not because Saturday Night Live was shamed into hiring a black woman for its cast – though that was pretty big. Decades from now, in Theory and Practice of Post-11 PM Programming classes at USC and NYU, aspiring network execs will study…
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Team Report - OAKLAND RAIDERS

Allen expects to stay with Raiders
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Dwyane Wade Fathers Baby Boy

NBA star Dwyane Wade recently spent time with his new baby boy he fathered with a woman while on a break with now-fiancée Gabrielle Union, a source close to the couple tells ET. According to the source, Wade has never taken his fatherhood responsibility lightly and has no intention to do so now.
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Eight predictions for 2014

With the U.S. toning down its stimulus and tensions likely to return to the euro area, the next 12 months should see a more sobering state of affairs. Here are eight predictions for 2014 from columnist ...
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Here Are The New Movies Netflix Will Be Adding In The New Year

Last week, a Reddit thread...
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10 Worst States for College Graduates in Student Debt

Although there are many variables to consider during the college process, here’s a look at the 10 worst states if you are a recent college graduate with debt and a job.
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Evan Turner dunks at the buzzer, immediately apologizes to Lakers opponents (Video)

NBA teams typically believe in winning at any cost, but the sport has a few unwritten rules that players should not break. One of the most obvious dictate that a team not try to score when the game is in … Continue reading →
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Cosmic Horsehead Dances with Flame Nebula in Amateur Astronomer's Photo

The iconic Horsehead and Flame nebulas paint the night sky in this beautiful image recently sent to SPACE.com. Amateur astrophotographer David Ellison Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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