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Two-sport star suffers freak season-ending injury during team photo

A two-sport star in Iowa had her prep girls basketball season cut short by a horrific accident while participating in team photos in the locker room prior to a game. Continue reading →
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Bethenny Frankel Vacations With a Mystery Man

New year, new man? Bethenny Frankel kicked off 2014 by vacationing in Miami with a new mystery man. On Jan. 1, the two hit the beach, with Frankel, 43, grinning in a skimpy black and white bikini. However, the night before, things really heated up....
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Alyssa Milano Responds to Jay Mohr After Comedian Takes Jab At Her Weight

Alyssa Milano kept her cool as she responded to Jay Mohr's jab about her weight via Twitter on Christmas Day
Us Weekly
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Missing Doctor's Video Raises More Questions About Teleka Patrick

ABC News’ Anna Wild reports: New video obtained by a TV news station of Teleka Patrick, a Michigan doctor who mysteriously vanished nearly one month ago, may be the clue investigators have been searching for to help discover her whereabouts. The video shows Patrick, 30,...
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'Walking Dead' Won't 'Look Back' in Season 4B -- But Who's Ahead?

AMC has released the poster for the zombie drama's return and THR takes a look at who will (and won't) join the top-rated series.
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'Baboon Syndrome': An Unusual Complication of Antibiotics

A 40-year-old man with a sore throat and fever was diagnosed with tonsillitis, and was prescribed penicillin, a common antibiotic. But several days later, the man developed a rash over his armpits, groin and buttocks — an unusual condition known as "baboon syndrome." The condition, more formally…
LiveScience.com
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The 3 Most Corrupt Countries in the World

No nation is perfect, but these three countries take the corruption cake.
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9 (almost) free travel deals to grab right now (9 photos)

While there may be no such thing as a free lunch, no-cost travel goodies do exist. Smarter Travel rounded up some nifty freebies and near freebies like hotel parking, museum visits and even cruises. Check out these deals for the coming year, but book fast—free doesn't last forever. | By Dara…

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Chris Kluwe blasts Vikings coaches, GM

Former Vikings punter says activism led to his dismissal.
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Ronda Rousey and the Top Three 'Heels' in UFC History

COMMENTARY | Despite an event that featured the confirmation of the UFC's new star middleweight, the end of an era and the establishment of a new heavyweight contender, much of the talk after last Saturday's UFC 168 revolved around a rejected handshake. After UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey…
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The "Ideal Age" to Have Babies Vs. When We Actually Have Them

According to a new government report from The National Center for Health Statistics, pregnancy rates have been declining in every category since 1990, except for women in their 30s. Since 1990, the report said, pregnancy rates are down in almost every category.
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Kaley Cuoco Tied the Knot — See Her Wedding Dress!

Kaley Cuoco rang in 2014 as a Mrs. — bazinga! The Big Bang Theory star, 28, married 26-year-old tennis player Ryan Sweeting in Southern California last night.
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Johnny Manziel’s sister got fired up over an abusive Duke fan

The family of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is no stranger to fan harassment, but during Tuesday’s Chick-fil-A Bowl, Manziel’s sister Meri Manziel had hit her boiling point. Duke jumped on A&M in the first half and led 38-17 and … Continue reading →
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New Clues in Search for Missing Doctor

Nearly a month after her disappearance, new video of Teleka Patrick has surfaced.
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6 Food Products You Can’t Find Anymore in the Grocery Store

See if you recognize and miss any of the following six discontinued food products.
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Taylor Swift Riles Neighbors With Work at R.I. Mansion

Some of pop star Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island neighbors are angry about construction work on her property, which they claim is restricting access to a public beach. Swift, 24, paid $17 million for the 11,000 square-foot historic mansion located in the exclusive Watch Hill neighborhood...
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Now Republicans Have to Prove They Can Do Better Than Obamacare

On Jan. 1, millions of people got coverage through Obamacare and made outright repeal impossible
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‘Breaking Bad’ Super-Fan Busted for Allegedly Going Heisenberg

A “Breaking Bad” fan in Florida, who watched the series finale of the AMC meth drama with the show’s cast after winning a contest, has been arrested after perhaps mimicking the show’s characters a bit too much, Florida television station WPTV reports. Ryan Lee Carroll, who attended a Los Angeles…
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Fierce winter storm bearing down on northeast US

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Light snow was falling Thursday in parts of the Northeast, making commutes hazardous for the first work day of the new year and giving some students an extra day off school following Christmas break, as a winter storm promising significant snowfall, strong winds and frigid…
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5 Most High-Energy Dog Breeds

We polled 122 veterinary experts to get their opinions on which dog breeds are the most energetic. No. 5: Australian Cattle Dog The Australian Cattle Dog, who hails from Oz, is also known as a Blue Heeler or Queensland Heeler. No. 4 Boston Terrier (Photo credit: Karin Newstrom, Animal…
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Again, Christmas Proved Google's Guilty Secret: Androids Are Basically Used As Dumbphones

From Black Friday through Christmas Day, one of...
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Why Hasn't Pippa Middleton Confirmed or Denied Her Rumored Engagement? (We're Dying Over Here!)

When Kate and Will tied the knot, the world fell in love with ... Pippa Middleton. And as the years passed, we watched the littlest Middleton's dating life unfold and, yes, secretly hoped she'd have her fairytale ending like her big sis. And now, it looks like she might! Rumors are swirling that…
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Greg Maddux has 100 percent of the Hall of Fame votes counted so far

In the eyes of the known electorate for baseball's Hall of Fame, right-hander Greg Maddux is — at the moment — a perfect candidate for Cooperstown. The Baseball Think Factory's Primer blog attempts to track HOF voting every season and, … Continue reading →
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Thoughts of Americans with Israel over Sharon: Kerry

Jerusalem (Undefined) (AFP) - US Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that the thoughts of the American people were with Israel and its comatose former leader Ariel Sharon, whose health was rapidly deteriorating. "Our thoughts, my thoughts are with the Sharon family," Kerry said ahead of a…
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Hedo Turkoglu is attempting a comeback to prove all the Hedo-haters wrong

Hedo Turkoglu wants to play basketball again. The journeyman forward, currently with the Orlando Magic, hasn’t played a single NBA minute since the first week of February in 2013, but he’s apparently champing at the bit to return to live … Continue reading →
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1.3 Million People Lost Unemployment Benefits. It Could Get UglyBusinessWeek
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On Dec. 28, 1.3 million people lost federal unemployment benefits. Here's what will most likely happen | buswk.co/1dW8f5h 7 hrs ago
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Kim Kardashian's Daughter North West Holds Her Engagement Ring On NYE: Picture

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North West holds her famous mom's massive Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring in a New Year's Eve photo -- see the picture
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The phablet tragedy will bring HTC and Nokia to tears

One day we will tell our grandchildren how the phone market was revolutionized by Samsung’s Galaxy Note, which debuted in October 2011. Its 5.3-inch screen size shocked and titillated handset experts, dividing them deeply over the sales prospects of such a monstrosity. In a couple of quarters it…
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Best & worst values

We think that real value is not necessarily how much you spend but what you get for your money. Vehicles that are reliable, perform well, and don't cost much to own represent the best values. Ove...
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Microsoft almost fatally sabotaged the Xbox One

Microsoft made a lot of terrible public relations mistakes when it rolled out the Xbox One, but thankfully none of those mistakes were reflected in the actual console, which has lived up to the hype and was a hot seller over the holiday shopping season. But in an interview with the Official Xbox…
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Mexico subway dig turns up unusual Aztec offering

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Archaeologists announced Tuesday that excavations for a Mexico City subway extension have turned up what appears to be an unusual Aztec offering: a dog's skull with holes that indicate it was displayed on a ritual skull rack normally reserved for human sacrifice victims.
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New Kia Concept For The Detroit Auto Show Is The GT4 Stinger

Kia’s sporty concept for the 2014 Detroit Auto Show has turned out to be the new GT4 Stinger. The concept is for a striking race car built to GT4 specifications and featuring a 2+2 layout. Kia says the car "is intended to turn heads while delivering superb driving enjoyment on both road and…
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Inside Keira Knightley's London Love Nest (13 photos)

Actress Keira Knightley and her rocker husband, James Righton, are starting the new year with a new address. While the couple is still looking to unload their current abode (a colorful, bohemian-style home in East London), they've found another London pad to hang their hats. Though the…
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Three Women Lose Half Their Body Weight

Every New Year, many people vow to get in shape. It’s a vow that Ginger Stauffacher, Marqkria McMiller and Kait Ekstrom made to themselves and kept. In fact, the three women were so determined that they each lost half their body weight. Their stories are...
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'Duck' son Robertson makes nice in Fox interview

NEW YORK (AP) — "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson chose not to quack back.
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Walmart’s donkey meat recall shows challenge of global expansion

Walmart, the world's largest retailer, was forced to recall donkey meat in some of its stores in China after tests revealed that the meat contained DNA of other animals, including fox.
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These GIFs Show How Sriracha Sauce Is Made

Sriracha has taken our taste buds hostage....
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T-Mobile CEO Hints At Family Plan Disruption As Part Of 'UnCarrier 4.0'

According to a tweet from the company's CEO John Legere, T-Mobile USA may soon offer wireless consumers on family plans an incentive to ditch their current service providers for T-Mobile as part of its next phase of its 'UnCarrier' strategy.
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Malaysia's Islamic authorities seize Bibles as Allah row deepens

By Niluksi Koswanage KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Islamic authorities in Malaysia on Thursday seized 321 Bibles from a Christian group because they used the word Allah to refer to God, signaling growing intolerance that may inflame ethnic and religious tension in the Southeast Asian country. That…
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What would a U.S.-China war look like?

Imagine this: In the early morning, a barrage of more than 1,000 Chinese ballistic and cruise missiles bombard Taiwanese civilian and military targets.
The Week (RSS)
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Woman eats only Starbucks items for a year

One Seattle-area woman just gave the phrase "Starbucks junkie" a whole new meaning.
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All passengers rescued from ship stuck in Antarctic ice

By Maggie Lu Yueyang SYDNEY (Reuters) - A rescue effort to remove 52 passengers on board a research ship that had been trapped in Antarctica ice for nine days was successful, and they were evacuated safely by helicopter, the expedition leader said on Thursday. A helicopter from the Chinese…
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The 10-Minute Dividend Plan That's Earning $1,339 A Month

I counted twice, just to be sure. $16,074. That's the amount in "daily paychecks" -- more commonly known as dividends -- I've received from my investment portfolio
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Jessica Simpson: Wedding Dress Motivates Weight Loss

Jessica Simpson has a big reason to be serious about her weight loss: she’s getting ready to walk down the aisle. “Knowing that I have the wedding coming up is an incentive to stay on Weight Watchers, count my points and stay in the gym,”...
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Legalized Marijuana Sales Rock the Rockies

Recreational pot sales begin in Colorado with high demand.
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Ripple effects from Cuter deal will reach Redskins

The Chicago Bears have announced that they have signed quarterback Jay Cutler to a new seven-year contract. Cutler was slated to become an unrestricted free agent in March. The deal takes Cutler out consideration for teams looking for a quarterback this offseason. And since the Redskins might…
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When Was the Last Time Volcanoes Erupted on the East Coast?
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A Fresher, Better Hot and Sour Soup

A Chinese restaurant classic strips off its winter coat, and you get the post-holiday soup you've been waiting for.
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NFL wild card weekend picks: Predictions for all four games

The postseason is right around the corner, presenting our experts with four tough contests to make a call on.
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Wal-Mart recalls donkey product in China after fox meat scandal

By Adam Jourdan SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's largest retailer, has recalled donkey meat sold at some outlets in China after tests showed the product contained the DNA of other animals, the U.S. company said. Wal-Mart will reimburse customers who bought the tainted "Five…
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Vegas officer retires after Guns N' Roses inquiry

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas police captain who helped a rock star pull off an elaborate wedding proposal by arranging a flight on a department helicopter has retired rather than face demotion, and the pilot's flying wings have been clipped, the agency confirmed.
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6 products on deep discount in January

But Consumer Reports product research experts, who track prices all year long, have compiled a list of items that are typically discounted most deeply in January.
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Lovie Smith’s hiring could end Revis experimentProFootball Talk on NBC Sportsa
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The hiring of Lovie Smith could end the Darrelle Revis experiment in Tampawp.me/p14QSB-9npo 16 hrs ago
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'Fresh Prince' Star James Avery Died at 68

Avery played Uncle Phil in the '90s sitcom.
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This truck is made almost entirely from ice (24 photos)

Canadian Tire had a mission: Prove its MotoMaster Eliminator battery could withstand being frozen to -40° Fahrenheit and still start a vehicle. To do that, it utilized a 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500. But this isn't your average pickup. Taking the concept a step further, Canada's retail giant decided…
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N. Korea's Kim vows to build 'world-class' structures

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on Wednesday called for the construction of "world-class" structures, praising the speedy completion of his pet ski resort project. "The construction sector should set up world-class structures ... and build many other structures that could contribute to improving…
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Ford's aluminum F-150 about to bow in Detroit

Ford is expected to unveil a new version of its best-seller at the annual auto show, but can it convince pickup buyers that lighter is better?
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Health Care Payments Now Require This

Obamacare has made this timely act all the more essential.
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Two-woman ticket in Texas goes for history in 2014

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Forget whether Hillary Clinton could win the White House in 2016. Women still have yet to run many statehouses, but in 2014 two Texas Democrats are going for a new kind of history: Winning as an all-female ticket for governor and lieutenant governor.
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Worst product flops of the year

For every hot product launch in the past year, there has also been a high-profile launch that was a miserable failure — some costing many millions of dollars. From movies to game consoles and even yoga ...
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Police: Father charged in fatal shooting of son

A man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for killing his son.
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New Oregon Data: Expanding Medicaid Increases Usage Of Emergency Rooms, Undermining Central Rationale For Obamacare

For years, it has been the number one talking point of Obamacare supporters. People who are uninsured end up getting costly care from hospitals’ emergency rooms. “Those of us with health insurance are also paying a hidden and growing tax for those without it—about $1,000 per year that pays for [the…
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Why My Parents Have a Closet Full of Lightbulbs
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5 Unexpected Decorating Tricks to Try in 2014

The rules of decorating are so deeply ingrained in our consciousness that we rarely consider challenging them. Keep colors complementary. Follow the architecture. Don't mix periods or pedigrees.
At Home
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1 Billion PCs At Risk As Windows Error Reporting Sends Reports In Clear

This sounds like a remarkably alarming warning: as many as 1 billion networked PCs around the world are allegedly at risk because Windows Error Reporting (aka Dr. Watson) sends its report in the clear. And those reports do include machine type, OS, version of OS, which system packs have been [...]
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Before and After: Women Shed 'Half Their Size'

Ginger Stauffacher, Marqkria McMiller and Kait Ekstrom discuss their weight-loss journey.
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Gay Wedding on Float Featured at Contentious Rose Parade

One hundred twenty-five years of tradition collided with change and controversy as the Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif., today included a gay marriage ceremony on a float. The theme of the parade was “Dreams Come True,” and they evidently did for Danny LeClair and Aubrey Loots....
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Tori Spelling Cuddles with Husband Dean McDermott

Tori Spelling rung in the new year with her husband Dean McDermott and their four children. In a photo Spelling posted on her blog Wednesday, the actress-turned-reality star cuddles up next to McDermott and their two oldest children while displaying a handmade sign with the...
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Bottlenose Dolphins Oiled By Deepwater Horizon Spill are Dying (Op-Ed)

The dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico are sick and dying. Captain Lori DeAngelis told me this last Christmas. She is more commonly known as the Dolphin Queen by the folks in Orange Beach, Ala., because she captains a boat named the Dolphin Queen and is so conversant with the local dolphins that,…
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5 things you should worry about in 2014

1. The retirement crisis. Talk about a ticking time bomb: Some 38 million working-age households have next to nothing saved for their so-called "golden years": just $3,000, says the National Institute on Retirement Security. It used to be that retirement — a goal of every working American — was…
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Who's left? Looking at best MLB free agents available

There are six weeks left until pitchers and catchers report to 2014 MLB spring training, but still there remain several big name free agents left on the market. This year there is no Rafael Soriano or Edwin Jackson out there ready to fill a vacancy on the Nats' roster.
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Bill O’Brien grew frustrated with Penn State politics

The Texans knew they’d be in the job market around a month ago, when they fired Gary Kubiak. But Kubiak’s official departure came two days after his replacement confided to a reporter that he wasn’t long for Penn State. In a comprehensive look at Bill O’Brien’s departure from the college ranks for…
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Aaron Rodgers denies rumor regarding his sexuality

Over the past few days, an online rumor has emerged regarding the question of whether Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is gay. We’ve ignored them, for a couple of reasons. First, it doesn’t matter if he is. Second, he hadn’t personally addressed the rumor. On Tuesday, Rodgers tackled the topic…
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Homeowner Tax Breaks Expire

Time to say goodbye to the deduction for private mortgage insurance premiums.
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Today Is Our Opportunity To Make A Fresh Start

DEAR READERS: Welcome to 2014! It seems like the world spins faster every year. With each new year comes our chance for a new beginning. It's an opportunity to discard destructive old habits and create healthy new ones. With that in mind, I will share my often-requested list of New Year's…
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Dad's $130M Suit: Son Unknowingly Put Up for Adoption

An unmarried Utah father has filed a $130 million lawsuit against his son's biological mother, claiming she put their son up for adoption with his knowledge.
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Witness describes horrific crash scene

An eyewitness to the crash told ABC11 that he saw the driver charged driving recklessly just minutes before the crash.
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9 Things to Know Before Smoking Marijuana (Legally) in Colorado

In Colorado and Washington, smoking a joint is now legally indistinguishable from drinking a beer.
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Team USA Olympic snubs react to roster announcement

There were plenty of questions and head scratching when USA Hockey announced its roster for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. Jamie Langebrunner? Chris Drury? That seemed to turn out OK in the end. Four years later, there was plenty … Continue reading →
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Chinese iron trade fuels port clash with Mexican drug cartel

LAZARO CARDENAS, Mexico, Jan 1 (Reuters) - When the leaders of Mexico and China met last summer, there was much talk of the need to deepen trade between their nations. Down on Mexico's Pacific coast, a drug gang was already making it a reality. The Knights Templar cartel, steadily diversifying…
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California court lets undocumented immigrant practice law

The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that an undocumented Mexican immigrant should be licensed to practice law in a closely watched case on immigration rights. The unanimous ruling in favor of Sergio Garcia came after California legislators passed a bill last year that specifically…
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Wolves Must Not Lose Their Endangered Status (Op-Ed)

Andrew Wetzler is director of the Land & Wildlife Program at the NRDC. This Op-Ed originally appeared on the NRDC blog Switchboard. Wetzler contributed this article to LiveScience's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Tuesday marked the official end of the public comment period on the U.S. Fish and…
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Incredible Technology: How to Mine Water on Mars

The bone-dry desert of present-day Mars may seem like the last place you would look for water, but the Red Planet actually contains a wealth of water locked up in ice. Evidence that Mars once supported liquid water has been mounting for years, and exploratory missions have found that water ice…
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Baby Food Around the World

There has been much debate over what should be a child’s first solid meal. Fresh fruits and vegetables? Finely chopped well-cooked meats? Homemade purées and porridges?
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Miley Cyrus Wears Gold Ensemble, Has Three Women Hold White Fur Coat On NYE: Picture

Miley Cyrus rocked out in Times Square in NYC for New Year's Eve on Tuesday, Dec. 31 while wearing a gold ensemble and having her three dancers hold up her white fur coat -- see the pictures
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Shape Shifting: The Best Workouts for Every Body Type

If you're stuck in a workout rut or find yourself flat-out uninspired to get in shape, perhaps a fitness mismatch is to blame.
Healthy Living
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Is this the best smartphone bargain of 2014?

The world is filled with dirt-cheap smartphones but how many of them are actually worth buying? Nokia’s Lumia 520 has shown itself to be a very good option for budget-minded smartphone buyers but Motorola’s recently released Moto G might be the best bargain yet. Engadget notes that Best Buy has…
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9 Tricks to Pick a Better Paint Color (9 photos)

Nothing transforms a room like paint , so we've gathered our top tips to help you select paint colors like a pro. -By Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com MORE FROM HGTV FAMILY OF SITES Are You Making These Common Home Decorating Mistakes? 14 Easy Ways to Organize Your Kitchen in 2014…
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Matchups: Wild Card Round

Evan Silva breaks down every Wild Card playoff game and predicts all four outcomes in his Week 18 Matchups column.
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Candace Cameron Bure Talks Motherhood, Marriage, 'Full House' Reunion

By Kelly McKelvey Candace Cameron Bure grew up before America’s eyes as the lovable D.J. Tanner on the hit ’90s show “Full House” alongside co-stars John Stamos, Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin, Jodie Sweetin, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, and more. Now, at 37, Bure is opening...
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Taylor Swift's Rhode Island Neighbors Angry Over Construction

Residents living near singer claim her new seawall restricts access to public beach areas.
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Boehner Takes Aim: Is Immigration Reform Imminent?

Immigration reform has been part of House Speaker John Boehner's rhetoric for a while, but he may now be getting serious.
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Hospital won't aid transfer of girl on ventilator

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A California hospital is unwilling to allow an outside doctor to fit a 13-year-old declared brain dead after tonsil surgery with the breathing and feeding tubes that would allow her to be safely transferred to another facility, its lawyer said Tuesday.
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2013 MMA Awards: Fight of the year

Yesterday we kicked off 2014 by presenting our awards for 2013 MMA Male & Female Fighters of the Year. Today, we award the 2013 MMA Fight of the Year. Tomorrow, and each day after that through Jan. 8 there will be more awards, so stay with us. The full awards schedule to come is below: Jan. 3: KO…
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3 Foods You Should Never Eat in 2014

Forty-five percent of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions – and 38 percent of their resolutions are weight related, according to StatisticBrain.com. Losing weight actually tops the list of most frequent resolutions, while “staying fit and healthy” clocks in at number five:
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Netanyahu gloomy as Kerry returns for peace talks

By Arshad Mohammed JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered a gloomy assessment of peace prospects with the Palestinians on Thursday as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry began his 10th visit to the region in pursuit of a deal. "There is growing doubt in Israel that…
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Nokia’s first Android phone purportedly shown again in leaked pic

An image purportedly showing the Nokia Normandy Android prototype has been published online on Chinese social network Weibo (via WPCentral), with user WPDang saying that the rumored Android phone does not have Nokia branding on the front and back, as a previous image leak from @evleaks suggested.…
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Perfect serve sets up Williams-Sharapova semi

Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) - Serena Williams Thursday served a perfect first set on her way to setting up a blockbuster semi-final against bitter rival Maria Sharapova at the Brisbane International. The top-seeded Williams did not lose a point on serve during the opening set during her…
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Kim Kardashian Recalls Whirlwind Romance With Kanye West

In case you forgot what a big year Kim Kardashian had in 2013, a photo she posted on New Year’s Eve, of her baby North holding her engagement ring, serves as a reminder. “It was an amazing year!!!” Kardashian wrote in the caption in the Instagram...
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The Constitution in 2014: the state of same-sex marriage

In this fourth article of a five-part series, Lyle Denniston looks ahead to the constitutional issues that will unfold in the campaign for same-sex marriage. The final article in the series will deal with election law. Earlier articles covered the war on terrorism, abortion, and health care.
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Easy Mind Tricks to Help You Lose Weight

Calories and exercise are key, of course, but these research-backed workarounds can help you reach your goals.
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Jim Cramer says Buy Shares of Apple on Any Weakness in the Share Price

TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should pick up shares of Apple on any weakness following the Wells Fargo downgrade because the tech giant had a 'remarkable selling season' and there does not appear to be any margin pressure from wireless carriers such as Sprint.
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Ten things we hope happen in 2014

The golf media is a biased place. Sure, we're supposed to sit around in the media room without a dog in the fight, but inside we are still fans hoping to see this happen or that go down. When Tom … Continue reading →
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Stanford band ruins 2014 Rose Bowl (for boring people)

For the second straight year, people are mad that some college kids had fun.
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Many Women Still Have Pain One Year After Breast Cancer Surgery

THURSDAY, Jan. 2, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- One year after breast cancer surgery, many women continue to experience pain, according to a new study. Researchers revealed that the factors associated with the women's pain included...
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Marcos Ambrose, Richard Petty Motorsports facing crossroads

As he seeks his first oval track win, the 2014 season is shaping up to be a pivotal one for Marcos Ambrose. Following a decent but rather unfulfilling season, if there is an organization that needs to hit the reset button this offseason it would be Richard Petty Motorsports. After a solid finish…
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12 Fitness Trends that Really Make Us Want to Work Out

It's New Year's resolution season, which, let's be honest, usually means vowing to break a sweat five days a week, religiously lacing up our sneakers for a month (if we're lucky), and then calling it an exhausted, who-really-has-time-for-this day.
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The Koch Brothers Are Still Trying to Break Wind (Op-Ed)

Elliott Negin is the director of news and commentary at the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS). As Congress dithers for the umpteenth time over extending a key subsidy for wind energy, the fate of the industry once again is up in the air. Given that the planet needs to transition as quickly as…
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Commentary: Should your MLS club make a move for USMNT star Jermaine Jones? Proceed with caution

Jermaine Jones is a proven international, a UEFA Champions League veteran, a beast of an athlete and an inspiring presence for teammates and fans alike. He's got all the tools to prosper in MLS – and just as importantly – a keen desire to do so after years of admiring his father's country amid a…
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10 Things You Didn't Know About Xbox

Everyone knows they're made by Microsoft, but here are 10 things you probably don't know about Xbox. Music = Neon Dreams by Gareth Johnson
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Chart Watch: The Top 10 Albums and Songs of 2013

Justin Timberlake may have been shut out in the marquee categories at the Grammys, but he cleaned up on the music charts. The multi-media star has the year's best-selling album, "The 20/20 Experience." And he's the only artist with two albums in the year-end top 20. (The sequel, "2 of 2," ranks…
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Here's How To Find The Cheapest Health Care Possible If You're Unemployed

If you're one of the 10.9 million Americans...
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College Athletes Should Be Paid Exactly This Much

How much do college athletes deserve for the enormous windfalls they generate? It's time to let the free market decide
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Egypt airs what it claims is terror confession

CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian authorities produced on Thursday what they said was a confession by the son of a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, trying to bolster accusations that the Islamist group has links to al-Qaida-inspired militants.
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TVLine Items: Breaking Bad Prequel Status, Louie End Date Talk, Bruce Rocks Good Wife and More

Breaking Bad‘s Saul Goodman-centric spin-off will “by and large” be a prequel — yet could also flash-forward to the legal lizard’s aprés-Walter White existence. As series creator Vince Gilligan explains to Entertainment Weekly, “[T]he wonderful thing about the fractured chronology we […]
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Latest Nets embarrassment: Leaving court early at end of loss to Spurs

As expected, the San Antonio Spurs blew the Brooklyn Nets out Tuesday night, 113-92, but things got a little strange at the end. The Spurs were just trying to dribble out the clock, but the shot clock was not off and there was 0.2 seconds left after their possession. The referees whistled a…
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Gabrielle Union And Dwyane Wade Reunite For New Year's Eve Party In The Bahamas After Baby Scandal

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade enjoyed a romantic New Year's Eve together, just a few days after news broke that the sports star fathered a child with another woman that isn't his bride-to-be. Union, 41, and Wade, 31, who got engaged just over a week ago, jetted down to the Bahamas to party at the…
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'Jumping Genes' Linked to Schizophrenia

Some so-called jumping genes that copy and paste themselves throughout the genome may be linked to schizophrenia, new research suggests. The new study, published today (Jan. 2) in the journal Neuron, suggests these jumping genes may alter how neurons (or nerve cells in the brain) form during…
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Olivia Palermo Got Engaged on New Year’s Eve

Well, we can't say we're surprised since we saw this one coming - but Olivia Palermo and her model boyfriend Johannes Huebl are engaged! Huebl proposed on New Year's Eve while the couple was vacationing in St. Barts. The two took to instagram to share the news with their friends. "Happy New Year to…
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McDaniels could finally get the quarterback he wanted

With momentum building for Josh McDaniels to become the next head coach of the Cleveland Browns, plenty of quarterbacks have been mentioned as possible targets for the team. No, not Jay Cutler. While the Tebowmaniacs are quick to point out that it was McDaniels (not McDonald’s) who drafted the…
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Justice delays health law's birth control mandate

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has thrown a hitch into President Barack Obama's new health care law by blocking a requirement that some religion-affiliated organizations provide health insurance that includes birth control.
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Prince William Poses for Selfie With (Very Happy) Teen Girl

The Duchess of Cambridge may have made headlines for her fashionable tartan outfit on Christmas Day (and all year long for her en-vogue style choices for that matter), but it’s her husband Prince William who was really on trend closing out 2013.
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Pique: Barcelona's success frustrates Real Madrid

The Spain international has urged the Santiago Bernabeu side to accept the situation as it is and has voiced his dismay with the smear campaign against Lionel Messi.
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TV Review: ‘Downton Abbey’

The major-character deaths that rocked the third season of “Downton Abbey” have left series creator Julian Fellowes with considerable work to do as the fourth flight begins, and he responds with a slow-going premiere that quickly escalates in the second chapter. Not all the new or new-ish…
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Penn State, Texas coaching searches complicated by power structures

Two of the biggest jobs in college football, and the two biggest vacant ones at the moment, require coaches who aren't just good at winning football games. If you have any doubt whatsoever that the top of college football belongs in its own division, that it has become its own separate sport, its…
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Put a Stop to These 5 Dog Behavior Problems

Having guests over can be stressful if your pets aren't properly prepared for company. Consider Jackson the Papillon who shakes, cowers and paces when company arrives. Or Katie the Westie, who growls and bares her teeth when table scraps fall near her. Or Bosque the Goldendoodle, who jumps, barks…
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Duck Dynasty Family: We All Learned A Lot

The Duck Dynasty family says there is no bad blood with A&E after the controversy surrounding patriarch Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments. During Fox News' New Year's Eve special, Willie Robertson told anchorsBill Hemmer and Elisabeth Hasselbeck, "A&E and us are fine [and] we're looking forward to…
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Chicago Snow Costs Jeweler $151,000

Chicago jeweler Rich Bennett tried to drum up business during the Christmas season by promising that the holiday bling would be free if it snowed more than 3 inches by noon on New Year’s Day. The flakes started falling this morning and the National Weather...
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ABC Limits Next-Day Availability of Full Episodes

ABC — which to date among broadcast networks has offered perhaps the most regular and wide availability of full episodes via streaming — is set to enact some limitations. The network announced on its Watch ABC portal that starting Monday, […]
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49ers, Packers prepare in different ways for the conditions

In January 2012, 49ers coach Jim Harbaughs team prepared in damp conditions on the teams Santa Clara practice field that were expected later that week for the NFC Championship game. Admiral Bull Halsey once said, 'If you're going to fight in the North Atlantic, then you've got to prepare in the…
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Brewery responds to Starbucks letter with $6 check

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A small Missouri brewery has responded to a cease and desist letter from Starbucks by sending the coffee chain a check to cover what it calls the profit from use of the word "Frappicino" — a check for $6.
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R.I.P. Oscar Nominee Juanita Moore

The groundbreaking actress who scored an Academy Award nom for Imitation Of Life died yesterday at her LA home. Juanita Moore was thought to be 99. She was the fifth black actor to get an Oscar nomination, for her supporting role as the friend of star Lana Turner’s character in the 1959 tearjerker.…
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M.I.A. Leaves Jay Z's Roc Nation

M.I.A. is leaving Roc Nation, according to a New Year's Eve tweet from the rapper/singer. She signed with Jay Z's management company a year and a half ago. "Thank to everyone who supported the M.I.A. [...]
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Best Budget Space Heaters Under $35 to Help Keep You Warm (4 photos)

By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com Related: Top inexpensive portable generators In the winter months, curling up under heavy blankets and sipping hot drinks may not be enough to stay warm. But with central heating comes the constant struggle between turning up the temperature and not…
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Orange Bowl: Tajh Boyd and Braxton Miller are set to duel in Miami

Orange Bowl Ohio State vs. Clemson Miami, Fla. Jan. 3, 2014 The Orange Bowl features two teams who are very similar. Ohio State (12-1) and Clemson (10-2) both have dynamic offenses with tons of speed and bend but don’t break … Continue reading →
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Legalized pot: Coming to a state near you?

"Rocky Mountain High" just got a whole new meaning.
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Samsung Gets Whacked

Samsung's stock got crushed. Find out what's going on with this South Korean smartphone giant!
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5 Movie Trailers That Signal a Promising New Year

Here's a look a five new movie trailers giving promise to the new year.
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5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Target

After news broke that credit and debit card data was stolen from 40 million of Target's customers, it seems that everywhere you look there is something new cropping up about the iconic retailer. You still ...
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Elementary Preview: Moriarty Returns With a 'Big Secret'… and a Joan Obsession?

As CBS’ Elementary resumes its second season this Thursday at 10/9c, Sherlock’s biggest foe — and love — is back, and with a whopper of a secret. But first, there’s a case to be solved that may have ties to […]
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Twenty Years of NAFTA (18 photos)

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 choice and trade since it took effect 20 years ago on Jan. 1. While it changed the country in…

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China's first aircraft carrier completes South China Sea drills

China's first aircraft carrier has successfully finished a series of tests during a training mission in the disputed South China Sea and has returned to port, state media reported. Last month's drills off the coast of Hainan Island marked not only the first time China has sent a carrier into the…
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'Fresh Prince' actor James Avery dies, aged 68

US actor James Avery, most famous as Uncle Phil in hit 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," died on New Year's Eve aged 68, his publicist said. With a deep baritone voice, Avery regularly played judges, professors or doctors in TV shows in the 1980s and 90s, as well as extensive voice work,…
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Corey Hill talks he and Anderson Silva’s leg injuries

Few people could understand what Anderson Silva has and is going through after his nasty leg injury last Saturday at UFC 168 than Corey Hill. The former UFC lightweight injured his leg in an almost identical manner as Silva did when he kicked Dale Hartt at a UFC event in December, 2008. In an…
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Fans are up for 'Downton Abbey' starting season 4

NEW YORK (AP) — As it returns for its much-awaited fourth season, "Downton Abbey" remains a saga about elegance, tradition and gentility — and the pressures of preserving them.
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Consumer Reports reveals top home exercise equipment

Consumer Reports has partnered exclusively with 7 On Your Side to reveal the top home exercise equipment.
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Sights from Colorado pot industry's opening day

DENVER (AP) — The nation's first recreational pot industry opened in Colorado on Wednesday, kicking off a marijuana experiment that will be watched closely around the world. Already, it is attracting people from across the country.
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How the Beatles Took America: Inside the New Issue of Rolling Stone

Fifty years ago, the Beatles landed in the U.S., generating the biggest explosion rock & roll has ever seen. In the new issue of Rolling Stone (on stands Friday, January 3rd), contributing editor Mika[...]
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What Is the Current State of Pro Wrestling Heading Into 2014?

COMMENTARY | Depending on your perspective, professional wrestling is either still big business or it's in a quagmire at the outset of 2014. The naysayers point to the fact that only one American wrestling promotion is currently doing great business. Although the WWE is still successful, other…
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Study finds Medicaid expansion drove up ER visits

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A new study has found that people enrolled recently in Medicaid went to the emergency room 40 percent more frequently than others, often seeking help for conditions that could be treated less expensively in a doctor's office or an urgent care clinic.
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Belichick thinks extra points are a waste of time

Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn’t like extra points. And he wants the NFL to do something about them. Asked on Wednesday about the importance of special teams in the playoffs, Belichick veered off into a discussion about how special teams have been de-emphasized in today’s NFL. Specifically,…
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Chris Pine Reveals His Politics Amid High-Risk 'Jack Ryan' Play

Star of a second franchise? Few have ever done it as the 'Star Trek' actor attempts to double down – all the while expressing doubts about fame, Hollywood friends, and President Obama's use of drones: "We crossed the line."
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Despite Losses and Holes, the New York Yankees Are a Better Team Heading Into 2014

COMMENTARY | As hard as the New York Yankees fought throughout the 2013 season -- battling injuries, competing in the best division in baseball, and playing good American League teams on a daily basis -- the end result was a third-place finish in the AL East. Whether or not the 2014 Yankees can…
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Beyoncé sample of Challenger disaster prompts NASA response

NASA has responded to Beyoncé's use of an audio clip from the Challenger disaster on her new album, which has had critics labeling the singer as insensitive. "NASA works every day to honor the legacy of our fallen astronauts as we carry out our mission to reach for new heights and explore the…
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4 Ways to Keep Baby Warm & Snug in a Car Seat or Stroller This Winter (4 photos)

Baby, it's cold outside! If you've got a little one to tote through the snow, ice, and frigid temps of winter, here's how to keep your baby warm, safe and snug in the car seat or stroller. -By Jacqueline Tourville MORE ON BABYZONE 11 adorable knitted goods that will keep baby warm The best…
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Carmelo Anthony Sparks Twitter Frenzy After Calling Frustrated Fan 'Glazed Donut Face'

The Knicks superstar receives an angry tweet and he responds with a diss of his own.Keywords: NBA, NHL, Basketball, Hockey, Carmelo Anthony, Twitter, Jim Schoenfeld, Don Koharski
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Justice Sotomayor blocks Obamacare contraception mandate

President Obama’s besieged Affordable Care Act has suffered another setback with a US Supreme Court justice issuing a temporary injunction late Tuesday preventing enforcement of the law’s contraception mandate against a group of Roman Catholic nuns who provide care to low-income elderly patients. …
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2013 MMA Awards: Fighters of the year

2013 was a momentous year for mixed martial arts. So, for the next week we here at Yahoo! Sports are presenting our 2013 MMA Awards. Each day, now from January 8 (full schedule below), we will present at least one award. We've got awards for Fight of the Year, KO of the Year, Comeback of the Year,…
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Galaxy S5 Design Could Look Like This

It may be quite a while before we see Samsung's Galaxy S5 hit store shelves, but that hasn't stopped us from dreaming up what we may see in the S4's successor. A newly published Samsung design patent provides some insight as to what the S5 could look like. There's no telling whether or not any…
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Report: Norv speaks up during meeting with Haslam

As the Browns continue to trudge through the early stages of a coaching search, it’s becoming more and more obvious that they’ll be replacing the offensive and defensive coordinators. Norv Turner, a three-time head coach who once served as former Browns coach Rob Chudzinski’s mentor in San Diego,…
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Injury report: Justin Smith has not practiced this week

SANTA CLARA Carlos Rogers did not practice Wednesday and remains questionable for the 49ers NFC playoff game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
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Team Report - CHICAGO BEARS

Swift action: Bears re-sign Cutler, three others
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Harvick, Dale Jr. drop in on New Year’s Day bowl games (VIDEO)

New Year’s Day is a traditionally big afternoon for college football, and two of NASCAR’s most popular competitors have gotten in on the pigskin fun. Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick brought out his new No. 4 Outback Steakhouse/Budweiser Chevrolet (pictured) onto the field at Raymond James…
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A Stoner's Guide to Legalized Marijuana Sales in Colorado

Closely watched around the world, state becomes the first to sell pot recreationally.
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Alabama vs Oklahoma betting: Sugar Bowl odds, prediction, trends, preview

This post was provided to SB Nation by OddsShark.com
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Murray beaten by Mayer at Qatar Open

Third-seeded Andy Murray, playing in his first tournament since back surgery in late September, was upset by Florian Mayer of Germany 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the second round of the Qatar Open on Wednesday. Top-ranked Rafael Nadal was also taken to three sets but emerged with a 6-3, 6-7 (3), 6-3 win over…
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Jay Cutler Gets A Monster Seven-Year Contract From The Bears

The Chicago Bears have re-signed Jay Cutler to...
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Japan rescues Chinese balloonist trying to reach islands

A Chinese man who tried to fly a hot-air balloon hundreds of kilometres to islands disputed between Beijing and Tokyo was rescued by Japan's coastguard after ditching in the sea, an official said Thursday. The 35-year-old took off from China's Fujian province on Wednesday morning in an attempt to…
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Meet Pantene's Gorgeous New Supermodel Brand Ambassador: Gisele

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