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Robin Roberts Shares First Photo of Her Girlfriend

Robin Roberts can't stop gushing about her girlfriend! The "Good Morning America" anchor shared the first photo of her longtime love, Amber Laign, on Monday's segment of the hit morning show. The 53-year-old host and fellow anchors Lara Spencer, Amy … Continue reading →
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David Copperfield, 57, Engaged to Chloe Gosselin, 28

Magician David Copperfield, 57, is engaged to Chloe Gosselin, 28, who is the mother of his 3-year-old daughter Sky
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Grading the Luol Deng-Andrew Bynum Trade for Bulls, Cavaliers

COMMENTARY | The Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls have kicked off trade season in the NBA in dramatic fashion. The two teams exchanged Luol Deng for Andrew Bynum and draft picks in a deal that signifies hope now for the Cavs, and a promising future for the Bulls. While Chicago wanted to keep…
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Does Hot Water with Lemon Really Help You Detox?

You've no doubt heard countless people and experts suggest that you begin your day with a big glass of lemon water. So where does the idea that drinking lemon juice improves digestion come from? I have read online that the acidic nature of lemon juice is supposed to support an optimal acidic…
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Legalizing Pot Makes Mexican Cartels Even More Dangerous

The growing movement to legalize marijuana is radically altering the way Mexican drug cartels do business, forcing them to seek other revenue streams through increased illegal activity. Right now, only Washington State and Colorado have decriminalized pot. Peter Reuter, a professor at the…
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9 Foods You Should Never Eat Raw (Slideshow) (8 photos)
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10 "Manliest" Dog Breeds

We all know a dog is a man’s best friend, but determining exactly which type of dog fits the “manly” mold can be a bit trickier. Here are our picks for guy-friendly breeds.
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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Helps Bravo Log Its Best Night Ever

Powered by the hot “Real Housewives of Atlanta” franchise and the premiere of “Blood, Sweat & Heels,” Bravo delivered its highest-rated night ever in key demos Sunday. The 8 p.m. episode of “Real Housewives” averaged a 2.1 rating/6 share in adults 18-49 and a series-best 4.52 million viewers…
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Report: RGIII bragged to teammates he could influence Redskins owner Daniel Snyder

The Washington Redskins' season has been over for a few weeks, and they have turned the page on the Mike Shanahan ugliness. But they still have Robert Griffin III and Daniel Snyder to deal with. Yes, deal with. Snyder we've … Continue reading →
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Swirling 'Polar Vortex' Over Northern US Seen From Space

A whirling onslaught of frigid air, known as a polar vortex, moves menacingly over the northern United States in a new photo from a weather satellite in orbit. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's GOES-East satellite snapped the telling photo today (Jan. 6) at 11:01 a.m. EST (1601…
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Howard Stern Dishes on Vacation With Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

What is it really like to vacation with one of the world's most high-profile couples?
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NBC News Keeps Busy Refuting Reports On Ann Curry, David Gregory, Rachel Maddow

2014 is getting off to a tough start for NBC News. No sooner does the division announce its priority is getting Today back up on its feet with a new tagline “Rise to Shine” that will help viewers forget its bungled dumping of show co-anchor Ann Curry, than a report surfaces that NBC News will not…
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Watch another high school student take down Common Core like a boss

Another high school student at Farragut High School in Knox County, Tenn. is receiving widespread attention for an eloquent speech he made against Common Core at a school board meeting. This time the student, Kenneth Ye, gave a rousing speech before the Knox County school board urging it to drop…
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'Twice Blown', the twin-engine, 2500-hp hot rod (8 photos)

This 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery pushes 2,500 hp, thanks to its two 1,250 hp HEMI motors. It's for sale in Grand Rapids, Mich., for $209,900.
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Hit the Jackpot in Your Search for a New Car

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Obama-backed jobless bill clears Republican roadblock

* President Obama urges swift passage * McConnell says costs should be covered by cuts in Obamacare WASHINGTON, Jan 7 (Reuters) - A White House-backed bill to extend jobless benefits for 1.3 million Americans narrowly cleared a Republican procedural roadblock in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, the…
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Sony's PlayStation 4 Versus Microsoft's Xbox One: A Timeline

A review of the dramatic run-up to the latest generation of video game systems.
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Pretty Woman With 'Worst Online Dating Profile Ever' Still Got Dates

Los Angeles Writer Experiments with Alter Ego in Attempt to Repel Men
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NCIS Boss Talks an Evil Encore, Four Returns, Bishop's Welcome and Casting New Orleans

CBS’ NCIS resumes Season 11 tonight at 8/7c with the renewed threat of terrorist Benham Parsa, whose handiwork first targeted Gibbs’ team in the fall premiere. As part of TVLine’s midseason preview special, we invited showrunner Gary Glasberg to tease […]
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9 Hilarious Things People Tweeted About the Record-Breaking Cold

Simply put, it’s cold out there, and people are doing some crazy things to keep warm. Thanks to Twitter, you can find some of the funniest effects of the freezing weather that people shared from across the country. Some people posted a few of their...
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Couple Wonders If Parenting Is Worth It Second Time Around

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are happily married and will celebrate 15 years of marriage next year. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)
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Charlie Sheen Tells Ashton Kutcher to "Quit Barfing" on Two and a Half Men

Charlie Sheen took a jab at Ashton Kutcher -- his replacement on CBS' hit sitcom Two and a Half Men -- on Monday, Jan. 6 via Twitter
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Experts: challenges remain for 'brain dead' teen

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The family of a 13-year-old California girl who was declared brain dead after suffering complications from sleep apnea surgery has achieved its goal of moving the girl to a new facility for long-term care, but medical experts say the ventilator she's on will not work…
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8 Kid Things I Do as an Adult (Because I'm Now the Boss)(8 photos)

When I was a little girl, I always wanted my mother to cut the crusts off the sandwich and then cut the sandwich diagonal across the bread. Sandwiches always seemed tastier that way, and with peanut butter and jelly, less likely to end up on your face thanks to points to begin chomping on, versus…
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A Salmon-Avocado Super Salad

Quinoa! Salmon!! Avocado!!! We're so excited about this trio that we can hardly contain ourselves.
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The 20 Best Foods for Weight Loss

This time of year, many people have resolved to lose a pound or 2. Maybe 5. Maybe more. Why? That's easy: to feel better, look better, improve their health, and run farther and faster.
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Jessica Simpson Says She and Fiancé 'Need to Get Married'

For those counting the days until Jessica Simpson and her fiancé of three years, Eric Johnson, finally tie the knot, 2014 will be the year. “We don’t have an actual date but we do know that we want it to be this year,” Simpson, 33,...
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'Duck Dynasty' Family Welcomes New Puppy Gizmo

Just because they hunt ducks, doesn't mean they don't love other furry friends. The "Duck Dynasty" clan just expanded its family with an aodrable new dog Gizmo.
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New Bigfoot Claim from Old Bigfoot Hoaxer

Rick Dyer claims to have shot and killed Bigfoot in the woods near San Antonio, Texas, and he released a photograph of the legendary beast. He says he actually shot the creature over a year ago, but it was undergoing DNA testing in Washington, DC. Polly Kreisman has the story.
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7 changes to tax form 1040

Bill Bischoff on what you need to know about your 2013 return.
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Here's Why The Republican Party Doesn't Have An Anti-Poverty Agenda

Many different members of the Republican Party...
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Kaley Cuoco Takes Husband Ryan Sweeting's Last Name, Reveals Groom's Cake: Picture

After her New Year's Eve wedding to Ryan Sweeting, Kaley Cuoco has changed to her Twitter name to Kaley Cuoco Sweeting and shared a picture of the dog-themed groom's cake
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Tiny Ancestor of Lions, Tigers & Bears Discovered (Oh My!)

Lions, tigers, bears and even loyal pups and playful kitties all come from the same line of carnivorous mammals, a lineage whose origins are lost in time. It wasn't dreadful," said study researcher Floréal Solé, a paleontologist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels. "It…
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Fisher kicked Winston out of practice before BCS

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was thrilled with the way Jameis Winston ran the two-minute drill to win the BCS national championship. Fisher says he kicked the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback out of the final practice before the Seminoles left Florida to travel to California. Fisher says he…
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Panama named best place to retire

In the 2014 edition of its annual Global Retirement Index, American magazine InternationalLiving.com places Panama at the top of the list of the best places to spend retirement. Panama is a particularly attractive destination for retirees moving from the US, as the American dollar is the official…
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Rumors Swirl About The Possible Demise Of Kim Jong-un's Aunt

Fresh from the news that North Korean leader...
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Greg Maddux, Not a Hall of Famer?

One baseball writer decided to leave Greg Maddux off his Hall of Fame ballot. He had a point but not for the reasons you may think.
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OJ SIMPSONS' PLEA TO OBAMA

HERE WE GO AGAIN: Two months after being denied a new trial, O.J. Simpson has written a plea of clemency to President Obama saying he has terminal brain cancer.
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Venus Williams Braces For Loss on Newly Listed L.A. Home

Click here to view the full photogallery. Looks like tennis star Venus Williams could have a bit of bad real estate luck with the L.A. pad she's owned since September 2005. While she originally purchased the Hollywood Hills property...
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These New Posters For 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Sequel Are Works Of Art

Sony Pictures and Marvel rolled out a few new...
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Snowden has more U.S.-Israel secrets to expose: Greenwald

Former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden has more secrets to reveal that relate to Israel, the journalist who first brought his leaks to the world's attention said on Monday. Among allegations aired by Snowden last year were that the U.S. National Security Agency and its British…
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Jon Stewart Mocks Donald Trump for Denying Global Warming (Video)

In his first show of 2014, Jon Stewart tried to turn the page on the fights over gay marriage and state house Christmas displays that made last year among the most politically divisive ones in recent memory. His New Year’s resolution lasted for less than a minute, however, with “The Daily Show”…
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Watch this R/C Jeep Wrangler plow snow

There's no denying the fact that the Jeep Wrangler is one tough and rugged vehicle, and there is apparently little lost when the SUV is shrunk down for a 1:10th scale radio-controlled version. Proving that the Axial ...
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iOS 7.1 beta 3 released by Apple

Following BGR’s exclusive report revealing that iOS 7.1 beta 3 was made available to Apple’s carrier partners on Monday, December 23rd, the company has now released its new iOS 7.1 beta build to developers. iOS 7.1 beta 3 comes following the December 13th release of iOS 7.1. beta 2, and it includes…
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Bachelor Premiere Recap: Juan Pablo Eliminates Nine Ladies, Lauren H. Has a Breakdown

The Bachelor's season 18 premiere featured a shirtless Juan Pablo Galavis, 27 ladies, nine eliminations, and one very tearful breakdown from jilted Lauren H. -- get the full recap!
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Will John Cena Break Ric Flair's Record for Most World Title Reigns?

COMMENTARY | Many of Ric Flair's loyal fans consider him to be the greatest professional wrestler of all time because of his 16 world heavyweight championship reigns. Of course, other pro wrestling fans counter that the only way Flair could have 16 separate title reigns is if he were to lose the…
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Puppy Bowl X: Meet the Starting Lineup (10 photos)

By Laura Cross This year, Animal Planet is pulling out all the stops for Puppy Bowl X . The tenth-anniversary extravaganza promises penguin cheerleaders, canine first responders singing the National Anthem, and special appearances by Lil Bub and Keyboard Cat , who will be performing a…
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What would a U.S.-China war look like?

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More Cuts In Store For Medicare Plans -- Here Are The Options That Will Shrink Most For Seniors

The privately run Medicare plans known as “Medicare Advantage” have been in the political crosshairs of the Obama White House. Even after facing steep cuts under Obamacare, the Advantage plans are now slated to take a brand new round of reductions in 2015. These new cuts will cause the private [...]
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Unemployment benefits bill clears hurdle

WASHINGTON (AP) — White House-backed legislation to renew jobless benefits unexpectedly cleared an initial Senate hurdle on Tuesday, raising the prospect of a mid-winter compromise to ease the impact of the recession on the long-term unemployed.
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Cavs acquire Luol Deng in trade with Bulls

There's some shifting going on in the Eastern Conference, and when the Wizards face the Chicago Bulls on Monday at United Center they'll look different. Luol Deng, two-time All-Star forward who hadn't received the max extension he wanted from the Bulls in his 10th season, won't be there. "We have…
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Make Indian-style Chickpeas on the Cheap

This is one of my favorite tricks: how to use a simple slow cooker and the easiest recipe imaginable to make almost any type of bean incredibly delicious, super-easy to adapt, and really, really cheap. A lot of people think 50-99 cents for a can of beans is a good price, but if you have a slow…
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A GOP Congressman Is Going After A Fellow Republican For His Frivolous 'Political Stunt' On Obamacare

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) tore into...
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5 Things Sandra Bullock Learned While Googling Herself

Sandra Bullock played a computer savvy professional in 1995′s “The Net,” a movie that took a look into the future and power of the Internet. So of all people, Bullock should know better than to ever Google herself, right? Wrong. The Oscar winner, 49, admitted Saturday while accepting her...
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Insecure? You're Not Alone. These Poignant Photos Prove It. (9 photos)

“I think my biggest flaw is my insecurity,” Madonna once said. And as hard as that is to believe, it’s not at all difficult to relate to, which is why the photos of Steve Rosenfield’s “ What I Be Project ” land like punches (albeit pretty ones) to the gut. In his ongoing series, the California…

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Robin Roberts Shares Photo of Girlfriend On Air

A week after coming out on Facebook, Robin Roberts talked about her girlfriend on air for the first time.
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Pope set to name cardinals to reflect his vision of the Church

By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis is set to make the most important decisions of his young papacy in the next few weeks by naming new cardinals - the "princes of the Church" who will help him set its future course and one day elect his successor from their number. A pope's…
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15 Disappearing Middle-Class Jobs

A startling number of middle-class jobs may be...
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Delta retires last DC-9, oldest plane in US fleet

Delta Air Lines is retiring its last DC-9s, the oldest passenger plane in the fleet of the big U.S. airlines. Delta operated the final passenger flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta Monday evening. McDonnell ...
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Glenn Beck Defends MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry: ‘I Don’t Think She Said Anything Bad’

Melissa Harris-Perry has already given a tear-filled apology for joking about Mitt Romney’s black grandchild on her MSNBC program in December, but conservative radio host Glenn Beck doesn’t know why because he doesn’t think she “said anything bad.” She apologizes for what?” Beck said on his radio…
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5 Best Luxury Cars Under $40,000

They may be considered entry-level, but they're driving a comeback among deep-pocketed car buyers.
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Mystery of Bizarre Amazon Web Formations Unraveled

About six months ago, a graduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology first spotted a mysterious web unlike anything scientists had seen before: Each one of the weird webs was a tiny sphere surrounded by a circular fence less than an inch (2 centimeters) in diameter. The student, Troy…
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5 Things You Don't Know About Cameron Diaz

She just opened up about to ET about her views on undergoing Botox treatments and recently published her own nutrition and fitness book. Here are five things you may not know about Cameron Diaz.
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7 Sexy Female Stars Over 60

Jane Seymour, 62, Leads Group of Hollywood Women Getting Better With Age
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Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG (6 photos)

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG arrives with the most powerful series-production four-cylinder engine in the world. How powerful? 355-hp and 332 lb.-ft. of torque, good for a 0-60 mph run of 4.8 seconds. That power is now routed through Mercedes' AMG 4MATIC four-wheel drive system, and while it's…
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Storms on 'Failed Stars' Rain Molten Iron

WASHINGTON — Violent storm clouds and molten-iron rain may be common occurrences on the failed stars known as brown dwarfs, new research suggests. Astronomers used NASA's infrared Spitzer Space Telescope to observe brown dwarfs, finding changes in brightness that they believe signify the presence…
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Boy George Confronts Evander Holyfield for 'Homophobic' Comments ABC News
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2013 Submission of the Year: Rose Namajunas’ Flying Armbar at Invicta FC 5

There’s something special about a submission win. If there’s one thing Chael Sonnen has been susceptible to throughout his career, it has been losing by submission. While his submission defense may not have always been there for him, he showed he has submissions in his arsenal when he tapped out…
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The Five Most Essential Vitamins to Take in 2014

We sat down with Dr. Frank Lipman-fashion's favorite wellness doctor (he treats Gwyneth Paltrow and Donna Karan amongst others)-to figure out what the five most important vitamins/supplements to take are and why in order to kick off the healthiest 2014 possible. Health-supporting nutrients, like…
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Is Android’s iPhone finally here?

Android phones are big — “big” in the sense that they’re hugely popular and “big” in the sense that it many cases, they’re physically gigantic. Various vendors have recently added smaller devices to their lineups, often carrying “mini” in their monikers, but these devices aren’t just smaller…
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First Formula E car dazzles Las Vegas

The first Formula E car -- part of an upcoming motor racing competition to put electric vehicles on the map -- made its dazzling debut on Monday in Las Vegas. The sleek Spark-Renault SRT-01E, capable of speeds above 225 kilometers (150 miles) per hour, will compete in the first Formula E…
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Qaeda-linked group urges Iraq Sunnis to keep fighting

Ramadi (Iraq) (AFP) - An Al-Qaeda-linked group called on Iraqi Sunnis who have seized one city and part of another to keep battling government forces, as fighting and attacks killed 56 people Tuesday. Parts of Anbar provincial capital Ramadi west of Baghdad and all of Fallujah have been outside…
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Monster waves slam into UK after US storm

LONDON (AP) — Waves up to 27 feet (8.2 meters) high slammed into Britain's southwestern coast on Monday, as lashing winds and heavy rain battered parts of the U.K. and coastal residents braced for another round of flooding.
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For Kristi Yamaguchi, Ice Skating Is A Family Event

Kristi Yamaguchi captured the nation's attention back in 1992, when she figure skated her way to a gold medal at the Deauville, France, Olympics. She'll return to the games this year, though not as a competitor, when they begin in Sochi, Russia, next month. Kristi, who's helping launch P&G's short…
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A Social Security 'split' that pays off

With this seldom-used retirement-timing strategy, married couples can stretch their savings much farther.
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Hot to Chop! Jenny McCarthy Debuts New Haircut

Jenny McCarthy is joining the brigade of Hollywood women who are lopping off their long locks. "The View" co-host debuted a face-framing new bob on Monday morning on Twitter. She tweeted a photo with the caption, "Glad u like the chop! Thanks!" The new look definitely has a 1960s feel with its…
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12 Pancakes Around the World

Some prefer them thick and fluffy, others like them thin and crisp — pancakes, a traditional breakfast food in countries all around the world, come in many shapes and forms.
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Why Hugging is Essential to Your Relationship

But as it would turn out, I am actually doing the very worst possible thing a woman can do when her relationship times are tough. According to Patient.co.in, hugs are important on so many different levels, but most importantly, on a relationship level. I choose you." Not only are you opening…
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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford asked to meet with coaching candidates

If a coaching candidate wants to lead the Detroit Lions, he better bring Matthew Stafford’s favorite donuts to the interview. Detroit fired Jim Schwartz after another disappointing season, and the organization has been interviewing potential replacements. Stafford was asked by … Continue reading →
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One-Minute Fitness Challenge: Gate Swings

You can do anything for 60 seconds! Try our first Get Fit 2014 challenge and see how many gate swings you can do in one minute. First we will teach you this great cardio move that also tones the inner thighs and butt, then we will lead you through the challenge. Lace up your sneakers, and press…
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Self-Insurance: Business Savior or Obamacare Nightmare?

Loopholes in the law could enable companies to lower their health care cost burden by shifting more expensive-to-insure workers to the individual exchanges.
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T-Mobile CEO crashes AT&T party, is thrown out

T-Mobile's CEO John Legere is taking his "bad boy" image and feud with AT&T to the next level: he crashed a party thrown by AT&T at the International CES gadget show in Las Vegas, and was thrown ...
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A look at unemployment benefits by state

A look at unemployment rates, the maximum number of weeks that unemployment benefits are currently available and the total number of weeks that would be available for each state if Congress renews federal ...
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10 Colleges With the Most Older Students

The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Unlike their younger peers, these…
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The Bachelor's Chris Harrison: We've Never Had Anybody Get to Second Base on Night 1!

Going into the season, how were you feeling about Juan Pablo as a choice for The Bachelor? Chris Harrison: I was hesitant in that culturally it's a very different show with him. He's also very family-oriented and his daughter is very important to him so I was worried he wouldn't give in to the…
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Healthy, Creamy Mustard Chicken Without a Drop of Heavy Cream

Without using any heavy cream, this recipe for Creamy Mustard Chicken delivers on velvety goodness while being kind to your waistline. In fact, it’s even heart-healthy!
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The best laptops of CES 2014

We're seeing wild devices like the Asus Transformer Book Duet, a laptop tablet hybrid that runs both Android and Windows 8, and expect to see better touchscreens, faster processors, and better specs across the board. Stay tuned for all the can't miss laptop announcements from Lenovo, Asus, Vizio,…
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The State of One Mom's Baby Weight

When I got pregnant with Olive, I had these dreams of having a fit pregnancy, unlike my pregnancy with Abigail. I enjoyed my pregnancy. I didn't want the fear of gaining a lot of weight to make me resent my pregnancy. I refused to fixate on my weight gain the same way I had fixated on it with my…
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Projecting the USA World Cup XI: January Edition

As the U.S. national team kicks off its first training camp of 2014 on Tuesday, here is the latest Goal USA look at the 11 American players who could start at the World Cup.
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'The Big Bang Theory' Star's Pink Wedding Dress Is All the Buzz

Kaley Cuoco wore a nontraditional gown in her marriage to Ryan Sweeting.
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Immigration Reform Unlikely To Pass Before 2015, Says Rep. Issa

In a wide-ranging interview on congress’s next session, Representative Darrell Issa, who drafted the high-skilled version of immigration reform, says there’s too much “animosity” on the issue within the government to find a meaningful compromise before the next election. “Comprehensive immigration…
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'PlayStation Now' Video Game Streaming Service Brings Old Games To Your TV, PS4 [Updated]

Sony announced 'PlayStation Now' at CES Tuesday, marking a huge new direction for the PlayStation brand.
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Poll: Who is the best remaining free agent?

Which of the remaining free agents do you believe is the one you would be most elated about to see your favorite team has signed them? With many of this year's top free agents having already found new homes (or old ones), few top-tier names are still available. So, out of the remaining free…
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U.S. Cancer Deaths Decline Again: Report

TUESDAY, Jan. 7, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The rate of cancer deaths among Americans continues to decline, according to a new report. Over the last 20 years, the overall risk of dying from cancer has dropped 20 percent, researchers found. The faste...
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Rouhani defends Iran nuclear deal against hardliners

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani defended Tuesday a landmark nuclear deal with world powers that promises modest sanctions relief, saying his government did not fear "the few" domestic critics. Rouhani's defence came after repeated criticism by hardliners in parliament and the powerful…
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Prince William Commutes by Train to University of Cambridge

As thousands of Londoners made their way back to work today after the holiday break they were joined by an unlikely fellow commuter, the Duke of Cambridge. Prince William began his first day of a special 10-week course at the University of Cambridge and the...
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Neil Young Stuns With a Spellbinding Carnegie Hall Show

When Neil Young walked onstage for the first of his four-night stand at Carnegie Hall, nobody in the audience had any idea what sort of show he was about to present. His previous theater tour in 2010 [...]
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Android is about to get a whole lot sexier

On the surface, Timely is a simple alarm clock app for Android. But as it turns out, this beautifully made Android application could ultimately lead to a gorgeous makeover of Google’s mobile operating system. This past weekend, Bitspin announced that it has been acquired by Google. The deal was…
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One-pot Meal: Moroccan Chicken from Your Slow Cooker

Slightly sweet and exotic, your family will love this Moroccan chicken! Inspired by an apricot chicken tagine I once had, this slow-cooker meal is one of my family's favorites. It takes no time at all to prepare as it's one of those "throw in a pot" recipes that will be ready once you walk in the…
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WWE: The Rock Reveals Original WrestleMania 30 Plans and Why Fans Should Be Disappointed

COMMENTARY | Last week, during a special question-and-answer session on Twitter, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson disclosed that he was originally supposed to be part of WrestleMania 30. In the discussion, he also revealed that he and Vince McMahon had discussed a potential blockbuster match that would…
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Tea Party Groups Awaken From Holiday Slumber to Fight IRS Rules

After getting off to a slow start, conservative tea party groups are pushing back on the Internal Revenue Service’s new proposal to regulate tax-exempt groups. It’s the latest chapter of a saga over the targeting of conservative groups throughout the 2012 election that exploded over the...
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The Best Things to Do when You've Had Too Much to Drink

A recent study from China showed that a carbonated, sugary, lemon-lime beverage (similar to Sprite or 7Up) helped liver enzymes metabolize alcohol faster, reducing the production of acetaldehyde, the toxic byproduct of alcohol and a suspected cause of hangovers. Keep in mind that this study was…
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Rodman Lashes Out During CNN Interview

Dennis Rodman defended his controversial visit to North Korea with a group of former NBA players during a combative exchange Tuesday with interviewer Chris Cuomo on CNN`s "New Day." This story appeared on the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014.
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Team Canada 2014 Sochi Olympics men’s hockey roster: The final odds

On Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. ET, the wait will be over and we’ll finally know the 14 forwards, eight defensemen and three goalies that Hockey Canada and GM Steve Yzerman have selected to go for the gold in the … Continue reading →
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Galaxy S5, Note 4 concepts envision a gorgeous future for Samsung phones

Two of Samsung’s biggest releases this year will undoubtedly be the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note 4, but we still haven’t seen any official images of the devices. Although the Galaxy S5 is rumored to be revealed this quarter, it could still be months before Samsung is ready to actually launch the…
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Turkish graft scandal deepens with more arrests, police dismissals

By Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's government purged hundreds of police officers overnight, media said, as part of a crackdown on a rival he accuses of trying to usurp state power by tarring him with a specious corruption investigation. Some of the…
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Emma Roberts Wears Diamond Ring Amid Reports of Engagement

Looks like Emma Roberts is going to be a young bride!
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PlayStation 4 Sales Beat Xbox One Sales in 2013

Sony says it sold 4.2 million PlayStation 4 consoles in 2013, surpassing sales of Xbox One
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Serena should surpass 20 grand slam titles: Navratilova

World number one Serena Williams shows no sign of slowing down with age and should win more than 20 grand slam singles titles, former great Martina Navratilova has said. The 57-year-old Navratilova who won 18 grand slam singles titles, and 41 in women's and mixed doubles, is also confident the…
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The Syria effect: Lebanese Sunnis begin to strap on bombs

When Qutaiba Satem, a 19-year-old engineering student, drove an explosives-laden car into a Shiite suburb of Beirut last week and blew himself up, he became the first Lebanese Sunni to commit an apparently sectarian-driven suicide bombing against Shiite civilians in Lebanon. But Lebanon remained…
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Photos of the day - January 7, 2014 (29 photos)

The best news photos of the day for January 7, 2014. A bicycle is caked with volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Indonesia, a visitor stands near LED lighting drums while touring a showroom of Samsung Electronics in Seoul, white whales and their trainers present a show for visitors…
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The Obamacare Effect: Creating the Millennial Precariat Class

For those unfamiliar with the word, 'precariat' is a portmanteau of the words 'precarious' and 'proletariat.' It is used to describe those who have little or no job ...
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Here's the worst Hall of Fame ballot you'll see all year

There's been plenty of hand-wringing in recent years about the Baseball Hall of Fame, with voters eschewing players who have even the mere whiff of a PED taint to them. Hence, the voting members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America proudly elected no one to the Hall last year.But one…
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Report claims to reveal new details on upcoming iPhone 6

A new report from South Korean publication ET News says the iPhone 6, which it calls “iPhone Air,” will be just 6 millimeters thick when it is unveiled later this year, making the handset significantly thinner than its predecessors. Comparatively, the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 have a 7.6 millimeter…
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Swan’s NASCAR pair have their car numbers set

One of the key details that hadn’t emerged after Swan Racing announced it would expand to two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams full-time for Cole Whitt and Parker Kligerman was their car numbers. Whitt will drive the No. 26 Toyota Camry, Kligerman the No. 30 Camry that was raced in 35 of 36 races…
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How to Make Girl Scout Cookies at Home (Slideshow) (7 photos)
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Lorde, Katy Perry, Robin Thicke Added to Grammy Awards Show

Katy Perry, Lorde, Robin Thicke and Metallica will take the stage at this year's Grammy Awards, Billboard reports, joining an already stacked lineup that also includes Daft Punk, Pink, Kendr[...]
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GameStop hit on new Sony game service, rating cut

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- GameStop Corp. shares fell as much as 8%, to $44.32 on Tuesday, after Sony Corp. unveiled a new streaming game service at the Consumer Electronics Show. Sony showed off the ...
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Vanderbilt ranked in final AP poll - Vanderbilt

The Vanderbilt football program has experienced a number of firsts over the last two seasons, and the team accomplished another on Monday with the release of the final Associated Press poll for 2013.
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Matthew McConaughey Thanks Wife Camila Alves, Kids: "I Know I Wasn't That Easy to Live With" During Dallas Buyers Club Filming

Matthew McConaughey thanked his stunning wife Camila Alves and their kids as he received an award for his role in Dallas Buyers Club on Saturday, Jan. 4: "I know I wasn't that easy to live with at that time," he confessed
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Lionel Messi cleared to play after 2 months out

Lionel Messi is set to return from a two-month injury layoff after being cleared by Barcelona team doctors and included in the squad for the Copa del Rey match against Getafe on Wednesday. Messi hasn't played since tearing his left hamstring on Nov. 10, his fourth leg injury last year. He…
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A Beginner’s Guide to Cutting Carbs: 7 Realistic Tips to Get You Started

7 easy tips to help you cut back on carbs in a healthy way.
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Kourtney Kardashian Supports Grieving Scott Disick in New York

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian venture out in New York after the passing of Scott's father, Jeffrey.
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This iOS 7 controller makes your iPad feel like an Xbox One

Many of the game controllers that have been announced for the iPhone and iPad have doubled as cases, but standalone controllers are the new trend emerging from CES this year. On Monday, SteelSeries showed off the Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller, a device with fairly compact design featuring a…
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The Surprising Way Courteney Cox Reacted to David Arquette's Baby News

Courteney Cox explained how she reacted to David Arquette's baby news and reveals the baby's gender!
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Radwanska upset by Mattek-Sands at Sydney

SYDNEY (AP) -- Top seed and defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland was defeated by American qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands 7-5, 6-3 in the second round of the Sydney International, a key warm-up tournament for the Australian Open.
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Hedonistic high of 'Wolf' provokes debate

NEW YORK (AP) — In "The Wolf of Wall Street," out-of-control stock broker Jordan Belfort is initially furious when a Forbes magazine profile turns out to be a hatchet job labeling him a "twisted Robin Hood who takes from the rich and gives to himself and his merry band of brokers."
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16 Detoxing Cleanse Foods that Jumpstart Weight Loss

I always suggest that my clients get a jump-start on weight loss and a new way of eating with a short "cleanse," to help prepare the body for healthy eating. Here are 16 best "cleanse" food choices. Here are some of my faves and why they just might work!
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Gay couples' rush to marry in Utah grinds to halt

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — More than 1,000 gay and lesbian couples in Utah have exchanged wedding vows over the past two weeks in jubilant celebrations — but the rush on same-sex marriage licenses has come to an end.
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The 2014 NFL Draft Was Supposed To Be One Of The Best Quarterback Drafts Ever — And Then It Fell Apart

Back in October, everyone was excited about the...
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Tina Fey Reacts To New 'SNL' Casting

Saturday Night Live finally announced that they've added their first black female cast member to the show since Maya Rudolph's exit in 2007. SNL alum Tina Fey commented on the casting decision, but her Golden Globes co-host Amy Poehler, 42, was not so apt to react.
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'Polar Vortex' Creates Huge Temperature Difference Across US

A blast of Arctic air pushing south as far as Atlanta has caused air temperatures across the United States to plunge, creating a massive 140-degree Fahrenheit (77 degrees Celsius) temperature difference between the chilly Dakotas and balmy Florida yesterday (Jan. 5).
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New England Patriots Lose Another Key Defensive Player

The New England Patriots are certainly not strangers to this. On the defensive side of the ball alone, there have been plenty of bad injuries for New England. Jerod Mayo and Vince Wilfork, two of the team's best defensive players and run stoppers, suffered season ending injuries. Aqib Talib, the…
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10 Easy-to-Follow Rules for Healthy Eating

"Loading your diet with vegetables will naturally crowd out things you shouldn't be eating," says Joel Fuhrman, MD, author of Eat to Live Cookbook, who recommends this amount after analyzing studies connecting vegetable consumption with overall health. Aim for one pound raw and one pound cooked:…
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Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Ratings: Can Coulson's Big Reveal Deliver?

A new episode tonight of Marvel's top-rated "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." promises big things. Here's what you need to know.
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American Airlines takes key step in merger with US Airways

A month after the merger of American Airlines and US Airways became official, the new carrier took steps Tuesday to give passengers access to the loyalty rewards programs and airport lounges for the two ...
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Giant Ship Turned Into Vacation House

The Benson Ford was built in 1924, with state rooms designed by Henry Ford himself, and was used to ship coal and iron ore for the Ford motor company until it was decommissioned in 1981. So, it used to be a giant ship. Now, it's a 7,000 square-foot vacation home perched on a cliff 19-feet above…
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Poll: Brady most hated quarterback in the NFL

A recent poll organized by Public Policy Polling found that New England's golden boy, Tom Brady, is actually the quarterback most hated by voters around the country. Brady may have more rings than any of his fellow QB's, but he also inspires more animosity. 18% say he's their least favorite QB to…
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South Korean maritime helicopters to be armed with Israeli Spike missiles
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Chip Kelly loves Michael Vick, but Vick ready to move on

The Eagles cleaned out their lockers on Monday, which may have been the last time that quarterback Michael Vick was in the room as an active member of the team. Vick’s set for free agency in March and he hasn’t been shy about his desire to find a starting job in 2014. That won’t come…
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Kim Kardashian's Revealing Selfies; Jessica Simpson's Son Ace at 6 Months: Top 5 Weekend Stories

Read Us Weekly's top stories -- including Kim Kardashian's revealing selfless and Jessica Simpson's adorable son Ace -- in the weekend roundup!
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Sunken Vases Double As 2,000-Year-Old Biology Experiments

CHICAGO — Oysters, barnacles and corals that cling to ancient artifacts strewn about the seafloor are often a scourge in the eyes of marine archaeologists; The RPM Nautical Foundation is starting to document the creatures clung to ancient ceramic amphoras, as they map shipwrecks throughout the…
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Madonna's Son Rocco, 13, Holds Liquor Bottle in Controversial Instagram Photo

Madonna courted fresh controversy via Instagram over the weekend, sharing a photo of son Rocco, 13, proudly holding a bottle of liquor
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Boldin trade more painful by the week

As Anquan Boldin marches on in the playoffs with the 49ers, the Ravens front office and the team's fan base can only lament the one that clearly got away. Each game that Boldin plays from here on out, each catch he makes, each time he outmuscles a defensive back for a key grab, will serve as…
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'Catching Fire' To Pass 'Iron Man 3', 'Frozen' To Top $300m

Two of the biggest films of the year will be passing some pretty impressive and important box office milestones either today or tomorrow. Sometime between today and Wednesday, Disney's Frozen will plow past the $300 million mark at the domestic box office (it was at $296m on Sunday). Either today…
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Boeing to Use Former Space Shuttle Hangar for Secret Space Plane

A former NASA space shuttle hangar will serve as the new home and servicing facility for a fleet of secretive military space planes. The Boeing Company announced on Friday (Jan. 3) it will begin converting Orbiter Processing Facility-1 (OPF-1) at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida to support…
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Prince William starts farm management course

Britain's Prince William started a 10-week course in agricultural management at Cambridge University on Tuesday, in a bid to prepare him for future duties. The 31-year-old Duke of Cambridge arrived at the prestigious institution to begin the course, which is intended to give him an understanding…
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'The Legend Of Hercules' New York Premiere (9 photos)

Stars attend the 'The Legend Of Hercules' premiere on January 6, 2014 in New York City.

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Single Woman Is Losing Touch With Friends Who Have Kids

DEAR ABBY: I'm a 28-year-old woman with a fantastic job, a wonderful boyfriend and many friends whom I love dearly. Shipping and handling are included in the price.
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Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling Comedy Mystery Girls Ordered to Series at ABC Family

Donna Martin investigates! — and Kelly Taylor is going to be right alongside her. ABC Family has greenlit Mystery Girls, starring Beverly Hills, 90210 alums Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth. The project follows a former starlet named Charlie Contour (Garth), a suburban housewife and […]
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Marijuana Legalization: The Experts Weigh In

Two states recently legalized the sale of recreational marijuana, and experts are weighing in on the health effects of this policy shift.
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RNC starts negative ads in 40 media markets

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican National Committee began running ads in 40 media markets Tuesday mostly targeting incumbent senators who supported President Barack Obama's health care program. Billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, meanwhile, gave $2.5 million to help Democrats…
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Will Smith Pays Tribute To ‘Fresh Prince’ Uncle James Avery

Sunday night Will Smith paid tribute to actor James Avery, who passed away Wednesday following complications from open heart surgery. The 68-year-old Avery had played Uncle Phil to Smith’s onscreen alter ego through six seasons (and two Aunt Vivs) on The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, which aired on NBC…
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Sony's new shape for TVs: the wedge

Sony's taking a new approach to TVs this year. While its competitors have been busy making their sets slimmer or giving their displays a gentle curve, Sony decided to focus on another shape. At CES today, it's unveiling a series of TV sets featuring what it's calling a wedge design — sets with…
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Brain-dead California girl arrives at extended care facility

By Laila Kearney SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A California girl declared brain dead following complications from a tonsillectomy, whose case has prompted debate over when to withdraw life support, has arrived at an undisclosed care facility with her mother, a family spokesman said on Monday. Jahi…
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‘12 Years a Slave’ Director Steve McQueen Heckled at New York Critics Circle Awards

The 79th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards turned awkward on Monday night when CityArts editor Armond White started to heckle director Steve McQueen. McQueen had just accepted his prize for “12 Years a Slave,” presented by Harry Belafonte, when the interruption broke out. As soon as…
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Here's Why Edward Snowden Deserves A Long Prison Sentence

Here's why I don't think Edward Snowden should...
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Syrian rebels' fight with al-Qaida group spreads

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian rebels surrounded a compound held by al-Qaida-linked fighters and freed at least 50 people from a nearby prison Monday as clashes between rival factions in the country's northern provinces spread to the largest city controlled by the opposition.
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10 Awesome Baby Names Fit for Your January Baby (10 photos)

It's a new year and, for many people, a new year means a new outlook on life-a life that brings hope, love, and strength. While I'm not a person to make resolutions, I do think that having positive aspirations for you and your loved ones is important. With the birth of my son coming within the next…
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Wayne Brady Is Dating TLC's Chilli

Wayne Brady is dating TLC's Chilli, Us Weekly exclusively confirms; the Whose Line Is It Anyway star supported the singer during a TLC performance in Las Vegas on Friday, Jan. 3
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Iraq moves up tanks, guns for looming Falluja assault

By Ahmed Rasheed BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The Iraqi army deployed tanks and artillery around Falluja on Tuesday, security officials said, as local leaders in the besieged city urged al Qaeda-linked militants to leave in order to avert an impending military assault. Security officials and tribal…
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R.I.P. TV Executive Dennis Johnson

Dennis Johnson, veteran television programming executive and producer, died December 23 while on vacation in Gustavia, Saint Barthelemy, French West Indies. He had suffered a heart attack hours earlier and died at a hospital in Gustavia, according to his longtime partner Russ Patrick. He was 68.…
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Calculate Obamacare penalty before declining coverage, broker advises

If you're thinking about simply foregoing health-care coverage this year and paying the Obamacare penalty, you might want to consider exactly what the penalty will be.
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'American Idol' Sweethearts Ace Young and Diana DeGarmo Team Up for 'Technicolor' Love

No strangers to the stage (or performing shirtless), the newlyweds star in a touring production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" this spring.
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Samsung unveils Retina-busting Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

Samsung is going big with two new 12.2-inch tablets this year, but it also has no plans to leave the smaller tablet segments unchecked. During its big CES 2014 press conference on Monday, Samsung took the wraps off of its brand new Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, which features cutting-edge specs and an…
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United in decline as Moyes faces crunch time

Moments before Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford for the final time as a coach, he issued a defiant message to the Manchester United fans who were so used to hanging on his every word. ''I'd like to remind you,'' Ferguson said as he stood inside the center circle, getting lightly coated with…
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Inside Ric Flair's betrayal of the Panthers

Ric Flair is kind of a big deal in the Charlotte. The former WWE superstar locked the figure four on the city's heart long ago, and since has become a rallying cry for professional sports around the state. The Panthers never should have trusted "The Dirtiest Player in the game." Flair took a heel…
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Charlize and Sean Don't Shy Away From Romance Rumors, Spend Weekend Together in L.A.

If those romance rumors bothered Charlize Theron and Sean Penn, they sure aren't letting on!
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Hostages' Quite Finite Finale Raises the Question: Should TV's 'Limited' Series Be Exactly That?

When all is said and done, CBS’ Hostages may not have held captive the largest audience, but its true success may be in demonstrating what a limited Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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