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Ireland Baldwin Wears Cleavage-Baring Dress In First Red Carpet With Boyfriend Slater Trout: Picture

Alec Baldwin's daughter, Ireland Baldwin, stepped out with her boyfriend Slater Trout for their first red carpet outing as a couple on Tuesday, Jan. 14; the model stunned in a cleavage-baring ensemble -- see the picture
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Here's the List of the 33 Stores J.C. Penney Is Closing

J.C. Penney Co., the struggling retailer that said it was "pleased with its performance" during the holiday season, announced late Wednesday that it will close 33 stores as part of a strategic ...
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Former MLB All-Star Will Make $21 Million In 2014 Even Though He Doesn't Have A Job

The New York Yankees have released outfielder...
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7 Things You Should Never Say to a Dog Owner

Some things are better left unsaid. No matter how good something might sound to you—before you utter it aloud—there are some basic “no no’s” when it comes to talking with a dog owner. Here are 7 definite comments you should never say.
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Spying plunges U.S.-German ties lower than Iraq war: Merkel ally

By Noah Barkin BERLIN (Reuters) - Relations between Germany and the United States are worse now than during the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq a decade ago, a leading ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, in a sign of mounting anger in Berlin over American spying tactics. Philipp…
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The weirdest and wildest cars of Barrett-Jackson (13 photos)

With some 1,400 vehicles up for sale this week, the Barrett-Jackson auction not only draws thousands of spectators and potential buyers but some of the oddest cars in the land. With the help of Fox Sports collector car analysts Mike Joy and Steve Magnante, who will host a live Fox broadcast on…
Yahoo Autos24 mins ago
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5 Things That Could Ruin the Oakland Athletics' 2014 Season

COMMENTARY | The Oakland Athletics are going to be among the top teams in all of baseball this upcoming season. Coming off a second consecutive AL West title and a second consecutive early playoff exit, expectations will be set much higher for Bob Melvin's squad. Oakland did rid itself of one…
Yahoo Contributor Network50 mins ago
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Oscar Nominations: ’12 Years a Slave,’ ‘Gravity,’ ‘American Hustle’ Lead the Pack

“Gravity,” “American Hustle” and “12 Years a Slave” will face off against one another at the 86th Annual Academy Awards this year. Nominations for Hollywood’s highest honor were announced in the wee hours of Thursday, and along with those three, buzzed about productions, it was a very good…
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Ozil: Rosicky one of the best in Premier League

The club's record signing says himself and the Czech midfielder are similar in their approach to football, hailing him as one of the top performers in England.
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Martin Freeman On Working With His Wife On Masterpiece's Sherlock Season 3

"Sherlock" returns to PBS' Masterpiece on Sunday night and viewers will get to see actor Martin Freeman paired up opposite his real-life wife Amanda Abbington.
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Syria's Assad slams Saudi ideology as 'threat to world'

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warned during a meeting in Damascus on Wednesday with Iran's foreign minister that Saudi Arabia's political and religious ideology is "a threat to the world," state television reported. He was referring to Wahhabism, an ultra-conservative Sunni Muslim tradition…
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Wrecked Camaro ZL1 owner getting new car thanks to GM and different dealer

Last week, we told you about the saga of Delaware couple Debbie and John Hooper, who were engaged in a battle with First State Chevrolet over their wrecked 2012 Camaro ZL1. The car was sent to the ...
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The Lakers are finally broken enough to be reborn

It's finally happened: the Lakers are horrible and have a lottery pick. The 121-114 defeat in Phoenix dropped L.A. to 14-25 on the season and was the fifth straight Lakers loss. The Lakers' sole win of 2014 came against the Jazz, the only Western team with a worse record than L.A. right now. …
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Netflix earns first Oscar nomination; 'Her' and 'Gravity' in best picture race

This morning the nominees for the 86th Academy Awards were announced — and the list contains many expected names and an Oscar newcomer. Netflix continued its awards season run with its first Oscar nomination for the documentary The Square, while science fiction films made an impression as well.…
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Healthy Takeout Cheat Sheet: How to Order 6 Types of Food Without Gaining Weight

Enjoy takeout, without the consequences!
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Kanye West Not Charged for Misdemeanor Battery… Yet

It looks like Kanye West will have to sweat it out for at least another day, as police are still investigating after the 36-year-old rapper was named as a suspect in what is presently labeled as a misdemeanor battery incident. … Continue reading →
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Israel's Yaalon risks isolation after Kerry slur

Israel's defence minister may have apologised for his offensive comments about US Secretary of State John Kerry but his outburst could see him marginalised by Washington, commentators warned on Wednesday. A furious diplomatic row erupted between Israel and its closest ally on Tuesday when Defence…
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Shia Unretires to Become Jenny McCarthy's Whipping Boy

Retirement isn't all golf games and sleeping in for Shia LaBeouf. He's now feuding with two new celebs: Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy.
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Funeral held for Mass. teen who had aging disorder

SHARON, Mass. (AP) — Hundreds of people, including New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, attended the funeral Tuesday of a Massachusetts teenager whose battle with a rare genetic condition that accelerates the aging process inspired professional athletes and spurred medical research.
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Exercise Addicts: Pushing Ourselves Too Far?

Kathryn Schreiber says she's addicted to something most people would praise her for: exercise. She’s been known to hit the gym obsessively. Two hours before work. An hour at lunch. Another hour after work. Kathryn is an exercise addict. But rather than make her happy, she sees her need to work out…
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9/11 mastermind says Koran 'forbids' violence to spread Islam

The self-proclaimed mastermind of the September 11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, has released a manifesto claiming that the Koran forbids the use of violence to spread Islam. The document, published Tuesday by The Huffington Post and Britain's Channel 4 News, marks Mohammed's first public…
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Wife Of Miami Dolphins QB Leaves A Rifle In A Rental Car, Horrifies Family

Lauren Tannehill, the wife of Miami Dolphins...
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How to Wear Leggings in Public (9 photos)

By Connie Wang, Refinery29 Let's cut to the chase here: Leggings are not pants. Do not treat them as such, do not pretend that they're more opaque than they actually are, and do not, under any circumstances, sport them with just a tank top. Leggings operate in their own world, and you need to…
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Asiana crash aftermath video shows firefighters warned about teen

By Laila Kearney SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Firefighters responding to an Asiana Airlines plane that crash-landed in San Francisco in July were warned about the presence of a teenage passenger who was later fatally struck by an emergency vehicle, new video footage of the aftermath shows. Ye…
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Taylor Armstrong Explains 'Couples Therapy' Only Months After Engagement

Taylor Armstrong’s fiance John Bluher said he would “wake up in the morning and Taylor will be completely in a horrible state of anxiety.” Bluher wondered if he was the problem. So, even though the two only got engaged last August, they decided treatment on...
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MLS reportedly balking at Philadelphia Union's contract offer to Maurice Edu

It would appear as though MLS has created quite a mess, a somewhat predictable off-shoot from Maurice Edu is reportedly prepared to return to MLS. As simple and straightforward as that may sound, we have been reminded once again that very little in MLS is ever quite as simple as it seems: This…
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Your Unemployment Benefits Are Up. Now What?

However, for the approximately 3.9 million U.S. workers facing long-term unemployment - which is comprised of those who have been unemployed for more than 27 weeks - the temporary financial relief provided by the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program is in peril. On Dec. 28, the extension…
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The biggest threat to U.S. growth is in the classroom

The lack of a talented workforce pipeline, ready to compete in today’s global economy, poses a great challenge to U.S. competitiveness, writes Vince Bertram.
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Relative Says She Believes Walt Disney was Racist

The grandniece of Walt Disney is weighing in on Meryl Streep's recent comments about the entertainment mogul, saying she has no doubt that Disney was racist, anti-semitic and misogynistic. During a recent speech given during an awards gala, Oscar-winner Streep referred to Walt Disney as a "gender…
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Academy Award President Cheryl Boone Issacs Talks Oscar Nominations

After the 2014 Oscar Nominations, Academy President Cheryl Boone Issacs stopped by Yahoo to talk nomimations and the 2014 Academy Awards Race. Tune into the Osacrs on March 2, 2014.
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Amy Robach Debuts Empowering New Haircut

"Good Morning America" correspondent Amy Robach shows off new look.
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US carmakers use aluminum, carbon fiber to cut weight

More vehicles than ever on display at the Detroit auto show are using non-traditional materials -- aluminum, carbon fiber, magnesium -- as US automakers fight to get vehicle weight down and gas mileage up. Ford's introduction of aluminum body panels for its workhorse F150 pickup truck was a…
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Get Ready for One-Party Rule If GOP Wins the Senate

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered an extraordinary floor speech last week in which he essentially auditioned for the job of Majority Leader – the one currently held by Democrat Harry Reid of Nevada. For 40 minutes, the Kentucky Republican who is up for reelection this year railed…
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Is China the World's Ticking Time Bomb?

China's possible slowing 2014 GDP growth raises worrisome thoughts of an economic domino effect.
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Apple Widens Smartphone Gap Over Samsung In U.S., Now Has 42% Ownership: NPD TechCrunch
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Apple Widens Smartphone Gap Over Samsung In U․S․, Now Has 42% Ownership: NPDtcrn.ch/1j215zU by @ingridlunden 1 hr ago
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NSA can spy on computers via radio, Snowden leaks show

That’s a takeaway from a big New York Times story Wednesday on NSA technical capabilities. They allow the NSA to connect to computers which users believe to be safely insulated from Internet-based hacker attacks. All told, the US has implanted spy software in some 100,000 computers around the…
Christian Science Monitor
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Cadillac Has Changed The Logo On All Its Cars

Cadillac is in the midst of a resurgence, and the debut of the gorgeous ATS Coupe at the Detroit Auto Show today makes its future look even brighter.
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Here There Be Alligators: In the rivers and swamps of Mississippi, something huge lurks below the surface

Here There Be Alligators In the rivers and swamps of Mississippi, something huge lurks below the surface In September, a man named Lee Turner caught something very big in Bayou Pierre, near the Mississippi River. The moment it did, an alligator vanished into the depths.
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Top Kenyan runner predicts tough marathon debut for Farah

Former London marathon winner Emmanuel Mutai has played down excitement over Mo Farah's debut marathon challenge in April, saying the Briton may struggle to adapt to the gruelling event. Mutai, who holds the course record of 2:04.40 he set in winning the race in 2011, said double Olympic and world…
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Here Are The Two Most Annoying Restaurant Menu Practices

This menu, from "Top Chef" alum Michael...
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Photos of the day - January 15, 2014 (55 photos)

The best news photos of the day for January 15, 2014. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne addresses a conference on EU reform in London, heavy fog settles onto the Brooklyn Bridge, Ernests Gulbis smashes his racket during the Australian Open and ellection workers look at a tablet…
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NCIS: Why Aren't Tony and Ziva Staying in Touch? Show Boss Addresses that 'Valid Issue' and More

A second goldfish is nice and all, sure, but why isn’t NCIS‘ Tony keeping Ziva in his life in a more literal way, either through Skyping (on an encrypted line, of course) or any other 21st-century technology available to him? […]
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Fake Coachella Posters (9 photos)

See a gallery of some of our favorite faux Coachella Music Festival posters made on CreateLineup.com.

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What do liberal Catholics want?

A few months ago, I wrote a cover story for The New Republic about Pope Francis, assessing what reforms, if any, we could expect from the Roman Catholic Church under his leadership. I was impressed with the new pontiff's gestures of modesty and expressions of loving acceptance for all — for gays…
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A Dog Walks Into A Hotel Lobby: The Greatest Hospitality Story Ever Told

Forbes: A story of hospitality and customer-centricity featuring a dog and a displaced hotel guest, from hospitality speaker and customer experience consultant Micah Solomon: hyatt ...
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Flaming orange to camouflage, pickups invade Motown

Detroit has lots of nicknames: Hitsville, Hockeytown, Motorcity, Good-Luck-Finding-Parking-Here. (OK, I made that last one up). Perhaps we should also call it “TruckTown.” This year’s show had pl...
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House Republicans defy conservative groups, vote for $1.1 trillion spending bill

Most House Republicans bucked conservative groups' demands that they vote "no" on a $1.1 trillion spending bill on Wednesday.
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Japan scientists test tether to clear up space junk

Japanese space scientists are set to trial a tether they hope will help pull junk out of orbit around Earth, clearing up tonnes of planetary clutter, they said Thursday. Researchers at The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have developed what they called an electrodynamic tether made from…
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Eat Carbs, Lose Weight: It's All About Timing

Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper tells his clients on the ranch to "front load their carbohydrates." Many people ask Bob if they should be cutting carbs entirely, but he completely disagrees, since "your body needs carbs for fuel." When you eat carbs earlier in the day, however, "you'll know you'll…
Healthy Living
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What It's Like to Owe $20K in Credit Card Debt

Living with $20,000 in credit card debt probably isn’t in most people’s financial plans, nor does it sound particularly enjoyable. But you can dig out.
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How this family of four lives 'off the grid' in the middle of the desert

You have to see these photos.
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RAW VIDEO: 2014 Academy Award nominations

Watch raw video of the nominations for the 2014 Academy Awards.
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Southwest: 3rd person authorized to be in cockpit

DALLAS (AP) — A third person in the cockpit of a Southwest Airlines plane that landed at the wrong Missouri airport was a company dispatcher who had authority to be there, airline officials said Tuesday.
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Ratings: American Idol Returns to Premiere Low, Arrow Dips, Chicago P.D. Drops, CSI Rises

American Idol‘s Season 13 premiere was no recipe for Nielsen love, delivering a series low — even placing behind Season 1′s summertime bow — in the demo. Drawing 15 million viewers and a 4.6 rating, Idol was down 17 and […]
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Nancy Pelosi loves Colin Kaepernick's 'big arms'

Get in line, Congresswoman.
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Mazda RX-7 Revival Scheduled for 2017?

Mazda been pretty quiet on future production plans for many of its vehicles, especially with regards to its sportscars. Obviously, we’re way overdue for a new MX-5 Miata (coming soon), but much hasn’t been said regarding an RX-7/RX-8 replacement. That is, until now. According to Autocar, Mazda…
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Why we shouldn't raise the minimum wage

Much has been made about why we should raise the minimum wage - but here's the reason why we shouldn't, says Brian Brenberg from The King's College.
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Find Out Why Endangered Tortoises Are Being Defaced

Some of the rarest tortoises in the world are a hot commodity on the black market for their unique golden shells which can sell for tens of thousands of dollars. In an effort to obstruct poachers, conservationists have made the bold move to carve into...
ABC News
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10 must-haves for the luxury kitchen

When it's time to remodel this vital space, be sure to consider current trends and new innovations
Bob Vila
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Report: Could NASCAR’s Gene Haas enter an F1 team?

File this in the “out of left field” and “we’ll see if this actually happens” categories, but judging by Gene Haas’ pursuit of Kurt Busch last summer, you can’t rule anything out with his ambitions or desires for his race team. A German report from Auto Motor und Sport identifies Haas’ Haas Racing…
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Watch: Cat Gives Baby a Bath

A 1-year-old California girl trying to take a nap got an unexpected bath from her family’s pet cat instead. The adorable moment was caught on camera by Dennis and Jen Wijnker, the parents of Hazel, the 1-year-old girl, and Hoover, the cat. “When she goes...
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Top 10 Reasons to Call the Vet, Now

Just like us, our animal companions certainly aren't immune to diseases or mishaps. Unfortunately, they can be masters at masking their aches. By knowing the early warning signs of trouble, you can step in and help your pet maintain good health.
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Initial jobless claims 326,000; CPI up 0.3% in December

CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest data on unemployment and consumer prices. And a look at its likely impact on the markets, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and Jeff Cleveland, Payden & Rygel chief economist.
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The 5 Biggest Mistakes You're Making Washing Your Jeans

Some swear you should never machine wash jeans (or wash them at all for that matter), but most of us toss them in the washer every week. To keep your basic blue and black denim looking as new as possible, be sure to steer clear of these mistakes.
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'Duck Dynasty' Returns: Your Ultimate Guide to the Cast

A breakdown of who's who and what to expect in the series' season premiere.
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Goodbye, Gym: 5 Exercises to Do At Home

With the cold weather plaguing many different cities across the nation, exercising outside has become out of the question.
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Archaeologists uncover new pharaoh in Egypt

By Tom Perry CAIRO (Reuters) - Archaeologists in Egypt believe they have discovered the remains of a previously unknown pharaoh who reigned more than 3,600 years ago. The skeleton of King Senebkay were uncovered at South Abydos in Sohag province, about 500 km (300 miles) south of Cairo, by a…
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Student of New Mexico shooting: 'Blood everywhere'

ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — Students escaping chilly winter temperatures in southeastern New Mexico were congregated in the Berrendo Middle School gym, waiting for classes to start when they heard a loud pop.
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Microsoft Ending Anti-Virus Protection for Windows XP

The end is near for Microsoft's widely used operating system, Windows XP. However, another Microsoft decision regarding XP may startle those die-hard XP users who refuse to upgrade. This week, the company announced that on April 8, it will also end support for the Windows XP version of Microsoft…
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8 Winning Disney Films That Use the Princess Niche

Here's a look at how the past eight Disney princess films have fared over over the past two decades.
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Acura refines its largest SUV, the MDX

Acura's luxury MDX sport utility vehicle is redesigned for 2014 with quieter interior, more cargo space, a new, more powerful engine, better fuel economy and improved handling. The starting retail price ...
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Angry Dad Wants To Learn How To Control His Emotions

DEAR ABBY: I'm a dad in my 30s and I have a problem. I have been battling anger issues since I was a kid. I have been finding myself getting more and more worked up with my kids. When they misbehave, I lose it and yell at them. It is the way I was raised; however, I feel even worse afterward. I…
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Test Flight of the Drone (14 photos)

The next big thing in American aviation sounds and looks like an oversized leaf blower with wings and a tail, has duct tape keeping some of its pieces in place and must be carried to a catapult that sends it into flight. About two weeks after winning approval as one of only a handful of federal…

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Afghan president attacks U.S. over military operation

Afghanistan's president attacked the United States over a military operation that killed civilians on Wednesday, underlining his growing rift with Washington. Hamid Karzai said U.S. forces were responsible for an air strike that left a woman and seven children dead. Relations between the two…
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John Daly thought he won a car with pro-am hole-in-one, was denied

Leave it to our man John Daly to make a hole-in-one during a pro-am with a free car involved and not land the new wheels. That is exactly what happened on Monday at the Humana Challenge Pro-Am, when Daly knocked … Continue reading →
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A fresh take on the traditional seven-layer dip

Everybody seems enraptured by seven-layer dip. And not that it's bad, but it's been done. And done again. And again.
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Top 10 Most Expensive States for College

New research shows that the cost of obtaining a degree could receive a more modest inflation rate, but there still schools with high price tags.
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Anne Hathaway Left Jennifer Lawrence's Silver Linings Playbook Role Over "Creative Differences" With Director

During an interview on Howard Stern's radio show, Harvey Weinstein revealed that Anne Hathaway had originally been given Jennifer Lawrence's role in Silver Linings Playbook, but dropped out over "creative differences" with director David O. Russell
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Kia Reinvented The Dashboard For Its New Concept Sports Car [PHOTOS]

Kia unveiled its new concept sports car at the Detroit Auto Show this week, and the GT4 Stinger is a far cry from the low-end models (advertised by dancing hamsters) the brand is best known for. Kia's California-based U.S. design team threw out the usual instrument panel setup, and mounted the…
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Avoid getting scammed on rodeo tickets

RodeoHouston tickets go on sale Saturday, and some concerts may sell out. Here's how to avoid getting scammed on resale tickets
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The 15 Best Weight Loss Tips, Ever!

If you've ever tried to lose weight (and who hasn't), you've got to be mindful of whose advice you take. Your colleague says you need to cut out carbs. Here, the 15 best diet tips of all time. Say buh-bye to hunger and hello skinny jeans.
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Thousands of fish dead in Nevada marina mystery

SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — State wildlife officials are trying to figure out why all the fish have died in a northern Nevada marina where the stocked fishery has flourished since the man-made lake was created nearly 15 years ago.
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Wis. governor to propose 'significant' tax cuts

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker plans to propose "significant" income and property tax cuts in his State of the State address next week, reductions made possible by tax collections that far exceed ...
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Even in New York, Petty remains the King

NEW YORK -- Patsy's is a New York institution, an Italian restaurant whose bar area is adorned with autographed photos of famous customers, the names and faces spanning the decades from Carl Reiner to Selena Gomez. This was Frank Sinatra's place, and there's a hidden secret stairwell that leads up…
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Does This New Data Mean That Obamacare Will Fail?

The Department of Health and Human Services reports alarming new data on young adult enrollments. Is it time to be concerned, or are these fears overblown?
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10 worst-selling cars of 2013 (10 photos)

Our colleagues at Autoblog recently scoured automakers’ year-end sales reports and compiled a rogue’s gallery of the 10 absolute worst selling cars of the year. How bad were they? Their 12-month combined sales volume (13,118 units) wouldn’t fill a big-city stadium parking lot. The field was limited…
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Nadal thrives, Del Potro beaten in scorching Melbourne

By Nick Mulvenney MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rafa Nadal swept into the Australian Open third round under the Rod Laver Arena roof on Thursday but Juan Martin Del Potro was sent packing as sweltering temperatures, lightning and rain caused chaos on the outside courts. Fifth seed Del Potro, whose match…
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2014 Porsche 911 Targa Is a Foul-Weather Friend

Until the 2014 Porsche 911 Targa debuted at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the automaker offered buyers of the 911 a choice between a fixed-roof coupe and a folding-roof convertible. Sitting in between, equipped with Porsche Traction Management all-wheel drive (AWD), is…
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No earmarks in U.S. spending bill, but plenty of money for folks back home

By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Earmarks may be a thing of the past for Congress, but lawmakers still tout their ability to deliver the bacon through a $1.1 trillion federal spending bill that won passage in the House of Representatives on Wednesday. The 1,582-page bill is officially free…
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Messi ready for return to Barca starting line-up

Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino could put Lionel Messi back into the starting lineup for the King's Cup game against Getafe on Thursday as he continues to ease him back from injury. The Argentine forward suffered a series of hamstring strains last year and Barca have tried to ensure he is not only…
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'Dracula' Actor Cast As Villain In 'Avengers' Sequel

Thomas Kretschmann ("Dracula") will play...
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Inside California's $25 billion plot to save its water supplyThe Verge
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Inside California's $25 billion plot to save its water supply. bit.ly/1j7kSjPJanuary 15, 2014
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EU drops dinner with Putin to show 'not business as usual'

By Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has canceled a traditional dinner with President Vladimir Putin at an EU-Russia summit in Brussels later this month to show there is no "business as usual" after a tug-of-war with Moscow over Ukraine. Putin will visit Brussels on January 28…
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Suspect's family 'heartbroken' over NM shooting

ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — The 12-year-old boy who opened fire on a crowd of students in a New Mexico middle school gym had planned the attack and warned some classmates to stay away moments before the gunfire rang out, investigators said Wednesday.
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Dr. Saturday’s Too Early Top 10: No. 5 Ohio State

The 2014 season might be eight months away, but it's never too early to start thinking about the teams that could challenge for the new College Football Playoff. This week, we'll count down Dr. Saturday's Top 10 teams for 2014. … Continue reading →
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4 Best Diet Plans for Tight Budgets

Weight-loss plans come in all shapes and sizes. Choose one that offers a well-balanced and easy-to-follow regimen that includes frequent exercise.
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Craft Brewing with Trappist monks (19 photos)

For more than a century, Catholic Cistercian monks known as Trappists have been brewing and selling what many beer lovers consider some of the best in the world. Eight monasteries — six in Belgium and one each in Holland and Austria — produce the only beer recognized by the International Trappist…

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Ten Reasons Mercedes’s CLA Is Potent Weapon Against BMW: Review

Last year Mercedes-Benz edged out BMW as the top-selling U.S. luxury brand. The company’s not-so- secret weapon? The brand-new CLA, a $30,000-plus, entry-level sedan that’s being called the Baby Benz.
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How Dolphins See The World Compared To Humans

Dolphins are recognized for their natural...
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Willow and Jaden Smith Collaborated on a Ridiculously Cool New Song

by Casey LewisWhen it came time to find the perfect collaborator for her latest single, Willow Smith kept it in the family (because when your nearest and dearest are that talented, why would you do otherwise?!). She tapped big bro-and budding rapper-Jaden to guest on her new song, "5," on which he…
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The Timing is Perfect for the WWE to Turn Daniel Bryan into the Company's Next Megastar

As Daniel Bryan sidestepped a charging Bray Wyatt at the end of the Jan. 13 edition of Monday Night Raw, Bryan threw a couple quick punches before utilizing the basic, yet effective move. With one simple dropkick, Bryan made it clear to the WWE Universe that he was no longer part of the Wyatt…
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Osborne lays down challenge to EU

Britain's Finance Minister, George Osborne, issues a stark warning that failure by the European Union to reform will condemn it to a future of economic crisis and decline. As David Pollard reports, his vow to "not go on like this" may not make him very popular abroad.
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Do These 7 Things on Sunday to Lose Weight All Week Long

Source: Do These 7 Things on Sunday to Lose Weight All Week Long
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11-term Calif. Rep. McKeon announces retirement

WASHINGTON (AP) — Joining an exodus from Congress by both Democrats and Republicans, veteran Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon tearfully announced Thursday that he's retiring after 21 years, stepping down as House Armed Services Committee chairman.
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2015 Chrysler 200 Debuts the "New Face of Chrysler"

Serving as a building block for a future filled with competitive products sold on their merits rather than legacy, the redesigned 2015 Chrysler 200 Sedan should prove to be an appealing alternative to the front-runners in the midsize family sedan class.
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Sergio Garcia ‘Can’t Apologize Anymore’ to Tiger Woods for Fried Chicken Remark

COMMENTARY | Eight months ago, Sergio Garcia made an insanely stupid remark regarding Tiger Woods and fried chicken. As Josh Sens of Golf.com points out today, Garcia was once again asked about his infamous remarks during a press conference at this week's HSBC Golf Championship in Abu Dhabi.
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Ashlee Simpson is Engaged to Evan Ross! Will She Beat Sister Jessica to the Altar?

We saw this one coming: Ashlee Simpson is engaged to her boyfriend of almost a year, Evan Ross. Simpson gleefully announced the news on her Twitter account last night with the photo seen above and the caption, "My baby love and I are ENGAGED!!! Hallelujah Hawaii !!!!!" By the sound of it, Ross…
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Milwaukee Brewers Likely Rebuilding Without Specifically Articulating It

COMMENTARY | In Brewer country, it's starting to feel like ages ago since the magical 2011 season in which the Milwaukee Brewers nearly played themselves into the World Series. It's rarely enjoyable for a team and its fans to endure a rebuilding process, but that appears to be the precise road on…
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Warren Haynes on Leaving Allmans: 'It's Not as Big a Surprise'

Warren Haynes stunned Allman Brothers Band fans last week when the guitarist announced that he'd be exiting the band at the end of 2014. It was a move that's placed the future of the group in question[...]
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Endangered turtles face new threat in Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Green sea turtles remain a rare sight in many parts of the world, but one Indonesian island tasked with protecting them is being overrun by far too many.
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Matt Leinart: Warner, not Whisenhunt, got us to a Super Bowl

Matt Leinart played for Ken Whisenhunt for three seasons in Arizona. Leinart was not impressed with his coach. Asked on FOX Sports Live whether Whisenhunt will succeed in Tennessee, Leinart expressed skepticism, saying that Whisenhunt is wrongly credited for getting the 2008 Cardinals to the Super…
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Mexico vigilantes refuse to lay down arms in troubled state

By Simon Gardner NUEVA ITALIA, Mexico (Reuters) - Vigilante groups battling a powerful drug cartel in a troubled region of Mexico on Tuesday rejected a government call to lay down their arms, raising the risk of an increased security headache for President Enrique Pena Nieto. On Monday, Mexico's…
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Acura Considering Honda Vezel-Based Compact Crossover

Acura’s SUV-X concept from the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show and based on the Honda Vezel is an example of what’s possible. A production version of the SUV-X concept has been confirmed for a Chinese market launch in 2016, though Acura engineer Naohisa Morishita sees the vehicle being popular elsewhere.…
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Elizabeth Banks Kisses with Pride in 'Walk of Shame'

Most actors will say that filming love scenes is uncomfortable, awkward, and not at all romantic. Elizabeth Banks believes otherwise. In "Walk of Shame," Banks plays a tightly-wound L.A. news anchor whose friends convince her to get glammed up for a night on the town. She hits it off with a…
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Ducks blast Canucks 9-1 for 8th straight win

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Although Teemu Selanne has been playing in the NHL for more than two decades, he had never seen anything he could even compare to the goonery in the Anaheim Ducks' latest victory.
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"American Hustle" and "Gravity" led the Oscar race

The films both earned 10 Oscar nominations, including nods for best picture. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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When Stars Spread Hate

What does Phil Robertson's return to 'Duck Dynasty' mean for the future of controversial pitch people?
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic asks Jurgen Klopp "when are you bringing me to Dortmund?"

All hail Dortmund Zlatan.
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Title game big for Broncos vets Bailey, Phillips, too

FOXBORO The Broncos storyline for the week has been distilled to one thing. Champ Bailey, believe it or not, has been the gold standard corner in the eyes of Tom Brady the past 10 seasons. Nobodys been more consistently excellent for as long as Bailey. And even though injuries have slowed him…
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Jose Mourinho’s got a hot sports take on Moyes in Manchester

Mourinho says Manchester United is unhappy, but calm. Revelatory.
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Lone Survivor Review

With a title like "Lone Survivor," clearly this war drama will not end well. And since it’s a documented case of 19 Navy SEALs on a mission to take out isolated, high-level hard target Ahmad Shahd in Afghanistan in June 2005 narrated by the last man standing, Marcus Luttrell, the blood, sweat, and…
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Blown away? US suspends wind power subsidies, for now

Historic subsidies propping up US wind energy ended on January 1 and Congress refused to renew them, despite supporters arguing that the aid has made renewable power cheaper than coal. Last year, billions of dollars in wind production tax credits, or PTCs, amounted to some 2.3 cents per kilowatt…
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C.Africa Republic Religious Hatred Was Underestimated -France

France's U.N. envoy said the level of hatred in Central African Republic between Muslims and Christians has been underestimated and is creating a "nearly impossible" situation for African Union and French forces to combat. Speaking at a U.N. event about early warning signs for mass atrocities,…
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Stephen Colbert: Listen to Fox News’ ‘The Five’ Kids – ‘Just Do Drugs’ (Video)

Stephen Colbert is “as mad as a man who is too angry to finish his similes,” he declared during a special Tuesday show. Last night’s “Colbert Report” episode was a dedicated “Sport Report” (the “T”‘s are, of course, silent), where the Comedy Central host opined on Alex Rodriguez, the Sochi Olympic…
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Frazier hints that Freeman didn’t get a fair shake in Minnesota

Former Vikings coach Leslie Frazier now works for the team that drafted most-likely-soon-to-be-former Vikings quarterback Josh Freeman. And while a return of Freeman to Tampa Bay remains extremely unlikely, Frazier had positive things to say about Freeman in Frazier’s first press conference as…
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JCPENNEY TO CUT 2,000 JOBS, CLOSE 33 STORES

JCPenney is cutting 2,000 jobs and closing 33...
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Pot debates continue even where it's legal

DENVER (AP) — Recreational marijuana may be legal in Colorado and Washington, but debates over the drug are far from over. Here's a look at debates emerging in the states where the drug is already legal without a doctor's recommendation:
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‘Despicable Me 3′ Set For June 2017 Release; ‘Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ Arrives Five Months Later

That’s just what the marketplace needs — more sequels and remakes. Universal Pictures has announced dates on three upcoming high-profile projects: the third installment of its incredibly successful animated franchise Despicable Me 3, and a “newly imagined” version of Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole…
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10 Sad Oscar Facts

Did you know that Jonah Hill now has more Oscar nominations than Robert Redford? That, and 9 other reasons to be sad today.
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Ecclestone built Formula One into a global business

By Alan Baldwin and Keith Weir LONDON (Reuters) - Bernie Ecclestone's eye for a deal has made him a fortune and turned Formula One motor racing into a global money-spinner, but a bribery trial threatens to end his long reign as the head of the business. Ecclestone, who is 83, has been ordered to…
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Global soccer rankings - Top 10 players of the week ending Jan. 14 (10 photos)

AP Global Soccer Rankings have released their list of the top soccer players for the week ending Jan. 14. Scores are based on 23 voters: 10 points for first, 9 for second, etc. Find out who made the top spot this week!
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Sony's PlayStation Now Service Is the Latest Attack on GameStop

After ending 2013 on a positive note with two successful console launches, the beginning of 2014 looks to remind GameStop of darker days. Is Sony's new game streaming service about to shake up the industry?...
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Hilary Duff, Mike Comrie Tried Counseling Before Split: "The Spark Was No Longer There"

Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie tried counseling for 18 months before splitting but ultimately realized "the spark was no longer there," sources tell Us Weekly
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US Supreme Court reviews gun law for domestic violence offenders

The US Supreme Court heard arguments as it struggles to determine whether domestic violence offenders could be barred from possessing a firearm even if they have only committed minor offenses. The high court's nine justices took up the case of James Castleman, who argues that his domestic assault…
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Game Of Thrones Season 4: Finn Jones -- 'It's About To Explode!'

"Game of Thrones" dropped its first trailer from Season 4 on Sunday night, and Finn Jones, who plays the Knight of the Flowers, has promised big things ahead when the show returns to HBO this spring.
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A 'Seinfeld' Movie? 7 Signs It Might Actually Already Be in the Works

Get OUT! A "Seinfeld" movie would be pretty, pretty, pretty amazing, right?
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Kerry becomes punchbag in Mideast peace drive

Snide Israeli criticism of John Kerry's Middle East peace bid has finally triggered US anger after a weeks-long whispering campaign, but his secretive, solo diplomacy has exposed him to attack. As Kerry has shuttled between Palestinian and Israeli leaders, seeking painful compromises from both…
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Washington, D.C., panel approves decriminalizing marijuana

By Lacey Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The District of Columbia stepped closer to decriminalizing marijuana on Wednesday when a city council panel approved a measure that would make smoking a joint in the U.S. capital a violation comparable to a parking ticket. Approved unanimously by the city…
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PHOTOS: A Winter Pastel Wedding Palette (10 photos)

By Carly Totten , Lover.ly White has become more than appropriate long past Labor Day thanks to the introduction of winter white -- an ever-so-slightly warmer hue of our favorite summer staple. We love softening the look even more by pairing it with various shades of winter pastels . The…
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Taylor Swift Talks Social Media, Style, and Her Latest Collection for Keds

It's no secret that Taylor Swift loves a good pair of classic kicks. The songstress recently debuted her fourth collection for Keds. "When I was a little kid, I had a pair of white Keds I wore everywhere," Taylor told us.
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3 Predictions on How Docs Will Treat You Under Obamacare

The Obamacare rollout has reached its third month, with some 2.2 million people signing up for plans, marking the continued reinvention of the American health care system. The White House contends that Obamacare will reduce the number of uninsured, reign in health care costs, cut the deficit and…
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Cristiano Ronaldo scores by nutmegging goalkeeper with free kick

Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring in the second leg of Real Madrd's Copa del Rey round of 16 tie against Osasuna — his first match since winning the Ballon d'Or on Monday. Perhaps a little too starstruck by Ronaldo's latest … Continue reading →
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Does Marvel Want Johnny Depp to Join Superhero Universe?

It was only a matter of time before Marvel Studios started courting Johnny Depp to play one of its superheroes. Sources have told Latino Review that the Mouse House’s main man is in very early discussions with Marvel to take on the role of eccentric magician Steven Strange in “Doctor Strange,”…
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"Lebroning" Becomes Hit on the Web, Teens Now Faking Fouls Everywhere

We have a new viral verb to add to the list of “Tebowing” and “planking.” Please welcome “LeBroning” to the stage. Inspired by Miami Heat star LeBron James, the word is defined as “the action of throwing yourself to the floor after a light brush by a player, person, or animal; followed by an angry…
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Zing! Conan O'Brien Responds to Illegitimate Son Claim

Most of the time, Conan O'Brien is telling jokes about the news. Except for the whole "Tonight Show" debacle, he's usually not in the news. But even when he is in the headlines, you can count on the 50-year-old redhead to handle the situation with a one-liner, which is exactly what he did on…
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Congress Won't Extend Jobless Benefits

Senate Republicans successfully blocked two bills to extend emergency unemployment benefits from coming up for a vote Tuesday, significantly dimming prospects that the program will be renewed. Federal benefits for the long-term unemployed expired at the end of December, cutting payments to 1.3…
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Car rail delays could impact METRO services

Documents reveal warnings about hiring the Spanish company, and now METRO says it may need to cut service on existing line
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U.S., India meet to get ties back on track after dispute

By David Brunnstrom and Lesley Wroughton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior U.S. diplomat met India's ambassador to the United States on Tuesday with the aim of getting bilateral ties back on track after the arrest and strip search of a female Indian diplomat and tit-for-tat expulsions. Deputy…
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Lions DT Suh set for massive payday

Two-time All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lions are outlining parameters of a new contract. Suh has two years remaining on his five-year, $64 million rookie contract as the No. 2 overall pick in 2010. The Lions have every reason to push for a long-term deal. Suh is regarded…
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Kate Middleton's Search for the World's Best Nanny

No pressure at all, but Prince George needs a nanny. Kate Middleton and Prince William are looking to fill the royal role during the couple's tour to Australia and New Zealand in April. According to a report published recently in the Daily Mail, Prince George's current nanny, 71-year-old Jessie…
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Netanyahu hardens settlement demands in peace talks: report

Israel's prime minister has increased the amount of occupied territory he wants to keep after any peace deal with the Palestinians, state media reported on Thursday, a move that could complicate U.S.-backed efforts to reach an accord. Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesman declined to comment on the…
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CW Boss Talks Inevitable Supernatural Renewal, Breaking Pointe Cancellation

Supernatural will outlive us all. The veteran CW series appears poised to return for Season 10 — and possibly beyond, network president Mark Pedowitz told reporters Wednesday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “As a fan of the […]
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Off the record: Majority of PGA Tour pros would try PEDs if they were legal

One anonymous respondent tells Golf Magazine that ‘literally every guy out here’ would pound down performance-enhancing drugs if the PGA Tour allowed it. As Alex Rodriguez continues to fight for his baseball legacy (sorry, A-Rod;
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The Worst Superhero Movie You Never Saw

There's a new "Fantastic Four" trailer, but, no, it's not about that "Fantastic Four," Fox's planned reboot that's been penciled in for a 2015 release. The trailer is about the other "Fantastic Four," the Roger Corman-produced version from the 1990s — the one you've never seen.
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Destiny’s Child Reunites – Sort Of

Destiny's Child has reunited! But don't get your hopes up, fans — this time it wasn't to make music. The triple threat got together for BeyoncĂ©'s daughter Blue Ivy's second birthday party and, of course, took a second to pose … Continue reading →
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OF Coghlan signs minor league deal with Cubs

Five years after winning National League Rookie of the Year, Chris Coghlan signed a minor league contract with the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday. Coghlan became a free agent last month when the Miami Marlins did not tender him a contract at the deadline, choosing not to go to salary arbitration with…
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5 Things That Could Ruin the Houston Rockets' Season

COMMENTARY | The Houston Rockets came into the season with two main expectations: gaining home-court advantage in the first-round of playoffs, and advancing to at least the Western Conference semifinals. While some people believe that those expectations have not been met so far this season, the…
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2 Hot 2 Handle: Week of (1/13/2014) (9 photos)

A former "Twilight" hottie, a pregnant pop singer, and a school nerd steal the show this week.

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'NCIS,' 'Person of Interest' Showrunners Like the 22-Episode Broadcast Model

At a time when most EPs espouse the benefits of cable, and even the Big Four shifts to shorter orders, the producers behind top CBS dramas insist it works just fine for them.
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Jenny McCarthy Wanted to Be The Bachelorette After Her Divorce, Was Rejected By ABC

On Tuesday's episode of The View, Jenny McCarthy revealed that she was rejected by The Bachelorette after her 2005 divorce
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Why Marvel's Riskiest Superhero Movies May Be Good Bets

In the next few years, Marvel Studios will release a couple of movies that lack the instant name recognition of its current blockbusters. While this move seems risky, films such as "Guardians of the ...
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CBS Sets Premiere Dates for Survivor (Brawn Vs. Brains Vs. Beauty) and All-Star Amazing Race

Strong, smart or beautiful? That will be the central question hanging over the 28th edition of Survivor, set for a two-hour premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 26 (8/7c). CBS has also set a launch date for the 24th season of The […]
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U.S. judge upholds subsidies pivotal to Obamacare

By David Ingram WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A judge on Wednesday upheld subsidies at the heart of President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul, rejecting one of the main legal challenges to the policy by conservatives opposed to an expansion of the federal government. A ruling in favor of a lawsuit…
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Olympics-Britain expects three medals at Sochi Games

Britain is targetting its best Winter Olympics since 1936 with UK Sport setting a minimum target of three medals for the looming Sochi Games on Thursday. Of the six winter sports funded to the tune of 14 million pounds by the government agency, Britain's best chance of podium finishes is in…
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'Arrow' EP on Slade's Destructive Plan, 'Olicity' Obstacles and Laurel's Dark Spiral (Q&A)

Ahead of The CW comic-book drama's return, Marc Guggenheim tells THR that it's "just a matter of time before Oliver discovers that Slade is in Starling City."
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Manchester City secures Watford clash - the FA Cup fourth round draw in full

Manuel Pellegrini's men needed a replay to overcome Blackburn Rovers but will now host the Hornets at the Etihad Stadium in the next round, while Kidderminster meet Sunderland.
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Ahead of the Bell: US Unemployment Benefits

The Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week. The report will be released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Thursday. SLIGHT DROP EXPECTED: Economists expect ...
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Israel warns Hamas over upsurge in rocket fire from Gaza

By Crispian Balmer JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Islamist Hamas movement is probably not responsible for a recent upsurge in rocket fire out of Gaza where it rules, but will be made to suffer if the salvoes continue, a senior Israeli military official said. The official, who declined to be named,…
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Heat giving Williams, other players nightmares

Just the thought of playing in the sweltering heat at the Australian Open is keeping Serena Williams up at night. So to combat the soaring temperatures, the 17-time Grand Slam champion is doing her best to stay indoors, rolling through her matches as quick as possible. On Wednesday, the American…
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Lakers’ Nick Young pissed no teammates jumped in to help him after hard foul

The Lakers’ Nick Young has a right to be pissed about the hard foul to the head from Alex Len Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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