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Demi Lovato and Idina Menzel Fans Face Off Over ‘Frozen’s’ “Let It Go” Oscar Performance

The nominations for the 86th Academy Awards have already stirred several passionate reactions, but maybe none so much as the face off between two artists who performed the very same Oscar-nominated song. Demi Lovato and Idina Menzel have both performed versions of the Oscar-nominated tune "Let It…
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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Are Engaged!

The rumors are true — Johnny Depp proposed to Amber Heard!
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Broncos’ Eric Decker and pregnant wife Jessie James take provocative pictures for GQ Magazine

Denver Broncos receiver Eric Decker loves his wife, country singer Jessie James. Decker is also not afraid to display his attraction to the future mother of his child. Decker and James spoke with GQ Magazine about their reality show “Eric … Continue reading →
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Oh 'Happy' day: Pharrell speechless over Oscar nod

NEW YORK (AP) — A week before his big night at the Grammy Awards, Pharrell is happy — and speechless — over his Oscar nomination.
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10 Messiest Dog Breeds

Looking for a pup but not sure if you can handle the mess that comes along with certain dog breeds? Steer clear or fully prepare yourself for the following 10 messiest dog breeds.
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Will Jennifer Lopez Marry Boyfriend Casper Smart? She Says..

Jennifer Lopez has been dating back-up-dancer-turned-boyfriend Casper Smart for nearly three years-and in Hollywood, that's practically a lifetime! For a celebrity couple, especially one that's as cozy as these two look on the red carpet, that kind of relationship staying power could indicate…
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German lawmaker says relations with US at new low

BERLIN (AP) — Relations between Germany and the U.S. are at their lowest point in more than a decade because of revelations about American spy programs that reportedly included Chancellor Angela Merkel among their targets, a senior German lawmaker said Thursday.
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Man gives change to homeless person, is handcuffed and held by police for an hour

Greg Snider was in a Houston, Texas parking lot, on the phone making a business call. While in the lot, a homeless man approached his car and asked for change. Snider gave him 75 cents and then drove off. KPRC Local 2 News reported on the shocking thing that happened next.
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Country singer Trace Adkins enters rehab

Adkins reportedly got into a fight at a bar on the ship with a Trace Adkins impersonator who was doing karaoke.
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Why Didn’t ‘The Butler’ Land a Single Oscar Nomination?

In another year, “The Butler” would have been a shoo-in for multiple Oscar nominations, but it was completely shut out by Academy on Thursday morning. Not only were Oprah Winfrey, Forest Whitaker and its director Lee Daniels all snubbed, it didn’t even show up in categories like makeup (despite the…
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Freed Qaeda hostage pleads for husband's release

A South African woman freed by Al-Qaeda last week after nine months in captivity appealed Thursday for her husband's release, after negotiations with the captors collapsed. Yolande Korkie, 43, launched the appeal on the eve of a deadline issued by Al-Qaeda to pay a $3 million (2.2 million euro)…
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Chelsea Hoping to Add to Manchester United's Moyes Misery

COMMENTARY I David Moyes and Manchester United could not pick a worse time to travel to London and face Chelsea. Chelsea struts into Stamford Bridge on Sunday confident it can earn a result. In the Premier League this season, the Blues have nine wins, one draw and no losses at home. Along with…
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U.S. Job Openings Now More Than 4 Million: Opportunities Galore

The Labor Department's Job Openings and Labor Turnover report for November showed that job openings in America had reached 4 million, nearly a six-year high.
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2015 Ford Mustang Video: 2014 Detroit Auto Show

The new 2015 Ford Mustang wasn't the company's biggest introduction at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show--those honors would have to go to the aluminum-intensive 2015 Ford F-150. But with 420 horsepower in GT form, a sleek new body, and an independent rear suspension, the Mustang may be better than ever.…
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Hit the Jackpot in Your Search for a New Car

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Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper Drop F-Bombs at Critics’ Choice

What else do you expect with a live telecast, people? Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper both dropped f-bombs onstage at the 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night. But! At least for Sandy … she sort of had an excuse? [Related: 2014 Oscar Nominations: By the…
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'The Walking Dead' Midseason Trailer: 'We'll Never Get Things Back to the Way They Used to Be'

Just when you think life can't get any tougher in the zombie apocalypse …
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James birthday message to Wade highlights uncertain future

LeBron James added fuel to rumours he may leave the Miami Heat in a birthday message he sent over Instagram to teammate Dwyane Wade on Friday. James, a four-time NBA Most Valuable Player, left the Cleveland Cavaliers to join Wade, 32 on Friday, and Chris Bosh in Miami in 2010. But James, Wade and…
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Foreign Policy Faceplant

It was a tough week for Shlemiel of State John Kerry, who was topped by a dwarfish North Korean baller and made one Kremlin princess very, very unhappy.
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Kanye West Inspires New 'Yeezianity' Religion

Kanye West has inspired an anonymous founder to start "Yeezianity," a new religion focusing on creativity claiming to be the "best church of all time."
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More than 1,000 rhinos poached in South Africa last year - Government

By Ed Stoddard JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - More than 1,000 rhinos were poached for their horns in South Africa in 2013, a record number and an increase of over 50 percent from the previous year, the country's department of environmental affairs said on Friday. The data is sure to ring conservation…
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Dog Adopts Paralyzed Cat

Everyone needs a friend like this. Back in October, Seminole County Animal Services in Florida found a 2-year-old Dachshund protecting a 7-month-old paraplegic kitten by a gated driveway.
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Pope Francis Replaces Vatican Bank Board

Continuing a crackdown on corruption, Pope Francis replaced four of five supervisory board members and capped spending in support of sainthood candidates
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Here's the List of the 33 Stores J.C. Penney Is Closing The Wall Street Journal
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List of JCP closing. Does this mean the NYC Penney's is doing well?blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2014… 46 mins ago
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President Obama announces limitations on use of NSA-collected data, puts database in the hands of third party

The scandal surrounding the NSA's data collection and surveillance programs seems never ending. Almost every week there are new revelations as to the extent of the spying, which covers everything from ...
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Wolves’ Ricky Rubio on his continued struggles: ‘I’m just not having as much fun as it used to be’

Despite Kevin Love's historic numbers, Nikola Pekovic's continued beastliness and the recent return to the lineup of role-playing reserves Ronny Turiaf and Chase Budinger, the Minnesota Timberwolves continue to chase good with bad, following up strong performances (blowout wins over … Continue…
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41 and Pregnant: So What?

On Friday, British columnist Ashley Pearson, who had her first child at 41, described her discomfort about being part of a recent BBC radio program debating whether older mothers are selfish. A recent study showed that a staggering 70% of women over the age of 55 are opposed to and uncomfortable…
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Paul Revere And The NSA: Who Knew?

Wondering why Paul Revere was trending while President Obama was announcing NSA changes? "At the dawn of our Republic, a small, secret surveillance committee borne out of the "The Sons of Liberty" was established in Boston," he began. One reference to Paul Revere and his famous ride, and Twitter…
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Netflix Could Crash -- Hard -- Next Week

It's worth asking where Netflix management has been hiding.
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Boeing Faulted by Norwegian Air on 787 Short Circuit

Boeing Co. engineers lacked the expertise needed to diagnose a fault on a 787 Dreamliner, causing them to short-circuit the marquee plane and leave its passengers stranded, operator Norwegian Air Shuttle ...
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Social Security Cheats Bilk Taxpayers in the Billions

Congress is demanding a “top-to-bottom” investigation into the Social Security Administration after a spate of high profile fraud cases have resulted in the loss of billions of tax dollars. During a hearing Thursday morning, Rep. Sam Johnson (R-TX), the chairman of the House Ways and Means…
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Soccer-Champagne set for FIFA presidency bid

* Frenchman Champagne to hold news conference on Monday * Blatter's former assistant ready to bid for top job * Blatter yet to confirm if he will stand again (Adds reaction, background) By Mike Collett LONDON, Jan 17 (Reuters) - FIFA president Sepp Blatter's former right-hand man Jerome…
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Who Robert Redford Blames for Lack of an Oscar Nomination

Robert Redford wanted to “speak frankly” on how he felt about his Oscar snub for his role in “All is Lost.” During an opening news conference for the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday, Redford, 77, said the domestic distributor, Roadside Attractions, didn’t really get “All...
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NY Methodist clergyman charged over gay wedding

NEW YORK (AP) — The United Methodist Church has formally charged another clergyman for presiding at the same-sex wedding of his son.
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Raw: Animals Blessed in Vatican City

Hundreds of faithful followers bring animals across Europe to church's to be blessed with holy water. Cardinals at the Vatican and Saint Anthony's church in Madrid blessed the flocks of animals. (Jan. 17
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'Walking Dead' Fan Pulls Zombie Prank on Norman Reedus: See Daryl Dixon Scream!

Andrew Lincoln and producer Greg Nicotero teamed up with "TWD's" ultimate fan for a prank that induces a scream from Norman Reedus.
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Nissan Promises IDx for Production by 2016

If you like sporty coupes, and you love Nissan, prepare for some of the best news all week. The lovely IDx concept we saw back in Japan, and then again in Detroit, will actually go into production sometime in 2016. ‘Tis truly the age of the sportscar. This news comes from Australia’s CarAdvice,…
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How to retire early — 35 years early

For many Americans, the idea of an early retirement is pure fantasy — many surveys suggest that a good portion of us are convinced we’ll never be able to retire at all. But what if retirement saving isn’t ...
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2015 Ford F-150 brings big aluminum to the Rust Belt [w/video]

Just when you thought you'd figured the fullsize truck market out, Ford goes and throws us a massive curve ball with the 2015 F-150. The big headline news aren't tow or payload ratings, though we're sure those figures will be fully competitive if not class leading, they haven't yet been announced.…
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America's 25 Best Pizza Chains

Late last year, we asked our readers to vote for their favorite pizza chain, out of a
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Tesla: As Batteries Go, So Does Growth

Tesla Motors (TSLA) spent the last months of 2013 talking about fires, potential recalls and other subjects it most likely would have preferred to avoid. Now, it seems to have put the conversation back ...
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Jon Gosselin Reacts to Kate's TODAY Interview: "I Feel Horrible" For My Kids

Jon Gosselin has reacted to ex-wife Kate Gosselin and their twin daughters' awkward interview on the TODAY show Thursday, Jan. 16; "It all blew up in everyone's face and I feel horrible for my children"
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The Target Data Breach Is Becoming A Nightmare

Over the past month, details about the breadth of the Target data breach have continued to emerge. It’s not a pretty story. Bad enough when it appeared that through some means, hackers had gotten data all the way from credit card swipe machines out the other side of Target’s systems, [...]
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Is 'Duck Dynasty' played out?

I'm as surprised as anyone to hear that the ratings for the "Duck Dynasty" fifth season premiere were down about 27% from the fourth-season opener last summer. I would have thought that the publicity ...
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Israel hits back at EU over settlement protest

Israel called in European ambassadors in a tit-for-tat move on Friday after four EU states lodged formal protests against the rightwing government's drive to expand settlements in the occupied West Bank. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the European Union of a "hypocritical" attitude…
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2013 Dodge Dart long-term test: Final thoughts

After one year and 17,392 miles, our long-term 2013 Dodge Dart test car is heading back home to Michigan. Like a loyal hound, the car proved to be a versatile companion for Yahoo's staff, who between us, utilized the four-door compact sedan for road trips, daily commutes and even a bit of spirited…
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Illarra: I've got more to offer Real Madrid

The summer signing has stressed he must continue to improve under Carlo Ancelotti as he looks to secure a regular place in the starting XI.
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Colby Fire: Crews Continue to Fight Hot Sports

Fire crews are battling hot spots in a brush fire burning north of Glendora. The Colby Fire has burned 1,700 acres, destoryed 5 homes and injured three people. It was 30 percent contained as of early Friday morning. Chris Burrous reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.
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Defiant Dog Just Says 'No' to Going in His Kennel

An amazing video shows Blaze, an 11-month-old husky, appearing to verbally express his unhappiness about the prospect of going into his kennel.
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Study: It's Not McDonald's Fault Our Kids Are Fat

(Newser) – Fast food isn't making your kids fat—not really. What's truly behind the trend of childhood obesity are the sodas, frozen pizzas, and cookies consumed at home, school, and whenever kids aren't in a McDonald's or Burger King booth...
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7 Things You Need to Know About Costco

Many people shop at Costco because they want good value on the more than 3,700 items in stock. Yet few people know just how Costco is able to give its customers such quality and value, or what makes Costco different from other wholesale companies. We spoke with regular Costco shoppers -- or…
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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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Sad Pictures of a Sears Store That Will Make You Angry (Update 2)TheStreet.com
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It looks like @rocco_thestreet (and a San Francisco newspaper) got @Sears to act in Oakland ... DETAILS on Page Five: trib.al/4V6v466 9 hrs ago
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China Launches Hypersonic Missile Test, Downplays Fears

China's recent test of a hypersonic vehicle should not unduly alarm the United States or any other nation, Chinese military officials say. The test of China's new "hypersonic glide vehicle," which apparently took place Jan. 9, was not designed to advance the nation's ability to penetrate American…
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The Wii U is officially a disaster: Nintendo slashes sales forecast by 70%

There’s no longer any debating it: Nintendo’s Wii U is an absolute disaster. People were shocked when we talked about what a tremendous failure the Wii U would be following its launch back in 2012, but it’s now a matter of public record. While anyone who has tried the console will tell you that…
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2014 Sundance Film Festival - Park City Sightings (8 photos)

Celebrities spotted around town attending events during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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7 Foods to Buy When You're Broke

The challenge mirrors what someone can get through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, the federal program that helps low-income people buy groceries. They would then receive up to $632 a month in SNAP benefits, which equates to about $5.25 a day per person for food.
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Thousands flee storm, persistent floods in Philippines

Thousands of people fled rising floods and an approaching storm in a fresh round of evacuations in the Philippines, officials said Friday as the death toll from a week of foul weather rose to 37. Nearly 13,000 people left their villages along the flooded banks of the Agusan river on the southern…
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Europe's Comet-Chasing Spacecraft Gets Big Wake-Up Call Monday

A European spacecraft will emerge from 2.5-year hibernation Monday (Jan. 20) to begin preparing for a long-awaited encounter with a comet in May. The European Space Agency's Rosetta probe is scheduled to wake up at 5 a.m. EST (1000 GMT) Monday after sleeping in deep space for the past 957 days. …
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Pretty easy baseball question stumps Jeopardy!

Quick, name a baseball player you've heard of!
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Microsoft employees reportedly call Windows 8 ‘the new Vista’

We’ve argued in the past that it wouldn’t be fair to compare Windows 8 to Vista, in part because Vista was widely hated by many Windows users while Windows 8 is merely polarizing. In other words, even though Microsoft surely wishes more people liked Windows 8, it can at least take solace in the…
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NSA MONITORING TEXTS

TOUCHPOINT: Britain's The Guardian newspaper published another NSA leak on Thursday. The article details how the NSA has been monitoring and filtering 194 million text messages from foreigners every day. SOURCE: The Guardian
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‘Daily Show’ Correspondent Kristen Schaal Apologizes to Brit Hume for ‘Feminized’ Culture (Video)

“Daily Show” correspondent Kristen Schaal and host Jon Stewart dove into the long legacy of workplace sexual harassment and they have Fox News’ Brit Hume to thank for inspiring their penetrating look at the bad blood between the genders. Hume has theorized thatNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is in…
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[video] McDonald's responds to loitering elderly customers

McDonald's does not like customers who come and sit for too long without really buying any food. A location in Queens has even called police to have elderly customers removed. McDonald's released a statement ...
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Dogs Vs. Cats: Which Makes the Best Pet?

Some people prefer dogs and others prefer cats. Each type of pet comes with rewards and responsibilities.
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Newly discovered pictures of the Challenger shuttle disaster (27 photos)

Last week, Michael Hindes was going through the attic of his grandmother, who had recently passed away, when he made a startling discovery. Deep in a box that had been forgotten was a plastic baggie full of original photographs of the 1986 Space Shuttle disaster that killed seven Americans,…
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Sleek New Breed of Boat Takes to Lake Powell

One company bets that the future of houseboating in America is this next-generation lake yacht.
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Harley-Davidson's Street 750 Debuts In India

India is the second largest motorcycle market in the world behind China with over 10 million motorcycles sold in a year and has a great appetite for mid-range motorcycles.
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Japan’s biggest carrier just bailed on Samsung’s Android rival

Bad news for Samsung’s somewhat anticipated Android rival: Japan’s biggest carrier reportedly wants nothing to do with it. Recent rumors suggested that NTT DoCoMo would finally launch a Samsung smartphone powered by the new Tizen platform this coming March. It turns out that those were indeed the…
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Cancer Survivor Documents Her Hair Growth After Chemo in Awesome Time-Lapse Video

Annmarie Bowen from Wales was just 21 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After her last session in August 2011, Annmarie began what she calls her "Everyday Photo Journey," taking one photo every few days as she grew her hair back. "I was exhausted through my cancer treatment," she told…
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7 Benefits of Exercise You Might Not Know About

After I finished banging my head on the desk (since I had been urging him to exercise for several months for those exact reasons), it dawned on me that we all know that exercise is good for us, but many people do not realize exactly why. Sure, exercise can help us burn calories and sculpt our…
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BMW Could Learn From this Gorgeous M9 Concept by Radion Design

Do you recall the BMW 8 Series? The wonderful, long-nosed BMW flagship coupe is still a rare and special sight to this day. Perhaps that was the inspiration behind Razvan Radion’s M9 Radion Concept. The swoopy bimmer concept conjures up thoughts of previous BMW forays into the supercar realm–…
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Archaeologists might have found bone of England's King Alfred the Great

By Michael Holden WINCHESTER (Reuters) - A team of archaeologists said on Friday they believed they might have found part of the remains of ninth-century monarch King Alfred the Great, one of the best-known and most important figures from early English history. Tests have shown that a pelvic bone…
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Video: Lionel Messi scores an amazing goal against Getafe

Lionel Messi Be Like Whoa, volume 2,394.
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The U.S. speed skating suits are crotch-tastic

"Welcome to the Winter Olympics! Here is my crotch."
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How to Wear Leggings in Public

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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15 Olympians to watch at the Sochi Games (15 photos)

With the 2014 Winter Olympics just weeks away, brush up on your knowledge of the athletes poised to make the biggest splashes in Sochi.
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Obama Administration Mandates Racism in Schools

The Departments of Education and Justice have teamed up to make the lives of students in tough neighborhoods even tougher. Framed as a measure to combat discrimination against black and Hispanic children, the guidelines issued by the Obama administration about school discipline will actually…
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Look At All Of The Awesome Supercars In Fort Lauderdale

It's no secret that South Florida is home to wealthy people leading lives of luxury. They also happen to drive some pretty amazing cars.
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Has Kate Middleton’s Dog Lupo Been Kicked to the Curb?

Kate Middleton's dog Lupo was sitting on top of the world as recently as this past August, as the cocker spaniel-speculated to be a 2011 Christmas present to Kate from her parents-was included in one of the two official photographs released after Prince George's birth. Tongue drooping in a manner…
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Widower Pays it Forward to a Couple Who Reminded Him of His Marriage

A week after his wife of 43 years, Carol, lost her battle with lupus and lung cancer, Lee Ballantyne, 65, dined alone for the first time— and ended up paying the check for couple reminded him so much of his relationship with his late wife.
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Obamacare: Small Business Owners Dismayed By Options

The small business health insurance program implemented by Obamacare has not proven to be a popular option.
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Wisconsin budget surplus hits $977 million

Wisconsin's net budget surplus grew to nearly $1 billion, money that Gov. Scott Walker and Republican legislative leaders are eyeing for income and property tax cuts. The net total surplus of $977 million ...
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Japan WWII soldier who hid in jungle until 1974 dies (10 photos)

A Japanese soldier who hid in the Philippine jungle for three decades, refusing to believe World War II was over until his former commander returned and ordered him to surrender, has died in Tokyo aged 91. Hiroo Onoda waged a guerilla campaign in Lubang Island near Luzon until he was finally…
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8 'Healthy' Foods that Are Secretly Loaded with Sugar

Dr. Oz & Dr. Roizen share the surprising facts about the foods and condiments that might look innocent, but are actually full of unhealthy amounts of sugar.
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Massive Antarctic Glacier Uncontrollably Retreating, Study Suggests

The glacier that contributes more to sea level rise than any other glacier on Antarctica has hit a tipping point of uncontrollable retreat, and could largely collapse within the span of decades, a new study suggests. Pine Island Glacier accounts for about 20 percent of the total ice flow on the…
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Why Now is the Perfect Time for Brock Lesnar to Come Back to the UFC

COMMENTARY | Following this past Wednesday night's UFC Fight Night 35, UFC President Dana White told the media that he has recently had conversations with former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar about a potential return to the octagon. Notwithstanding the fact he is currently under contract as a…
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You can now download your tax return transcripts from the IRS

A small part of doing your taxes might not be so daunting anymore. An official from the United States Department of the Treasury announced today that Americans can now download their tax returns directly from the IRS from the new service Get Transcript. The announcement was made at the White…
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"Empty Nest" Syndrome: When You and Your Husband Have Nothing to Talk About

To remedy the dreaded "empty nest" syndrome, or even the "kids growing older" syndrome, Dr. Carla says it is ideal for couples to make time and space for nurturing their relationship as their own children grow. Fortunately (or unfortunately?), Dr. Carla says most couples often lose touch as their…
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Santelli Exchange: Economy a big block engine

CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the JOLTS data and weighs in on Fed programs and the U.S. economy.
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Introducing Jennifer Nettles as a solo artist

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country singer Jennifer Nettles is a bit nervous about starting over. She's spent years drawing fans and accolades as a part of Grammy Award-winning Sugarland, but now that duo is on hiatus while she sets off on her solo career.
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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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2014 Sundance Film Festival (13 photos)

Stars and filmmakers attend various premieres at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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2015 Subaru WRX STI Preview

The latest version of The Car Formerly Known As Impreza WRX STI debuted at the 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, decked out for the occasion in limited-production Launch Edition livery.
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Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts Wear Sunglasses on the Critics' Choice Awards Red Carpet: Pictures

August: Osage County costars Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts had a girls' night out wearing coordinating sunglasses for the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet on Jan. 16 in Santa Monica
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Why is the recovery so agonizingly slow?

When the recession officially ended in June of 2009 the unemployment rate stood at 9.5 percent, and it peaked at 10 percent a few months later. In the four and a half years that have passed since, the unemployment rate has fallen to 6.7 percent. That is still quite a bit above the full employment…
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Sergio Garcia strongly denies cheating, makes cut after rules question arises in Abu Dhabi

‘Cheating is something I would never do,’ Sergio Garcia says after rules officials in Abu Dhabi cleared him of any wrongdoing. Sergio Garcia just squeaked into play for the weekend after officials queried and cleared him of a rules violation that took place during Thursday’s opening round of the…
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George Clooney Pulls Off Another Great Prank on Matt Damon

What's one of the best pranks around? The "making your friends feel fat" prank, obviously — at least, that's what George Clooney thinks. Oh, and if your friend also happens to be a world-famous actor, it's just that much better. So it came as no surprise when Clooney's co-star, Matt Damon, admitted…
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Snow Leopards Photographed for the 1st Time in Uzbekistan

A camera trap snapped the first-ever pictures of the elusive snow leopard in Uzbekistan. Even better, it caught not one, but two of the endangered cats on camera. The new images of the cats released by conservation groups Panthera and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) confirm that there are at least…
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Seahawks-49ers: And the NFC Championship winner is

On one level the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks are mirror images in championship keys. Both run the ball very well: San Francisco third in rush yardage, Seattle fourth. Both are elite defenses: San Francisco No. 5 in yardage, No. 3 in scoring; The two times the 49ers have beat the…
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Exclusive: Russia steps up military lifeline to Syria's Assad - sources

By Jonathan Saul LONDON (Reuters) - In recent weeks Russia has stepped up supplies of military gear to Syria, including armored vehicles, drones and guided bombs, boosting President Bashar al-Assad just as rebel infighting has weakened the insurgency against him, sources with knowledge of the…
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Ram Country Live! Jennifer Nettles Behind The Scenes(16 photos)

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Djokovic through as Williams smashes record

Defending champion Novak Djokovic charged into the Australian Open fourth round Friday and Serena Williams smashed the 39-year-old record for wins at the tournament as a sweltering heatwave finally eased. Djokovic, gunning for a fourth straight victory at the season's first Grand Slam, simply had…
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Two women arrested in Britain on terror grounds

British police arrested two women on Thursday on suspicion of terror offences, including one who was about to catch a flight to Istanbul, Scotland Yard said. Counter-terror police arrested the women aged 26 and 27 "on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation and instigation of…
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ABC’s ‘Agent Carter’ Books Hayley Atwell, and ‘Resurrection’ Duo as Showrunners

ABC’s “Captain America” spinoff “Agent Carter” is gaining momentum, landing commitments from Hayley Atwell, who played the World War II government agent in the movie, and showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas. The announcements came at the Television Critics Association winter press tour,…
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3 DIY Countertops For Kitchens and Beyond

If you were blown away by Manhattan Nest blogger Daniel Kanter's kitchen makeover, you weren't alone. If you're looking to get rid of your butcher block countertops, you might want to take notes from Buckets of Burlap blogger Becky.
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Movie Review: Does Chris Pine Make a Convincing Jack Ryan?

If you’re going to reboot a franchise, you might as well call Chris Pine. In “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” he slips into Ryan’s shoes as easily as he did Captain Kirk’s in the “Star Trek” reboot. Tom Clancy’s titular character has previously been played on...
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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 - or 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 that allowed…
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Fire In China's Shangri-la Caused By Heater

The fire in the ancient Tibetan town of Shangri-la, a resort area in China's Yunnan province last Saturday, was caused by a heater, authorities said Friday. According to a statement of the fire-fighting and disaster-relief agency, the blaze broke out in a hotel after the owner forgot to turn off a…
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Low Libido: Should You Blame Your Birth Control or Your Boyfriend?

Each week Em & Lo answer your relationship advice questions at EMandLO.com . I am trying to figure out if perhaps it could be due to hormonal birth control, as I am now on the P.O.P, or due to the fact that I am in a long-term relationship of the "love but not IN love" kind (that's its own issue…
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Five Big Myths About Green Cars And Gas Mileage, Debunked

(1) Boosting gas mileage from 33 to 50 mpg saves more gasoline than replacing a 10-mpg vehicle with one that does 20 mpg. But if you swap your old 33-mpg economy car for a new 2014 Toyota Prius (rated at 50 mpg), that only saves 1 single gallon over the same distance--down from 3 to 2 gallons. …
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Ukraine chides West for criticism of new anti-protest law

Ukraine on Friday rebuked the West for what it called foreign interference in its internal affairs after an outcry over legislation rushed through parliament to curb anti-government unrest in the ex-Soviet republic. The U.S. State Department and senior European Union politicians voiced deep…
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World Cup: Chris Wondolowski nets as USMNT fall to Sao Paulo FC 2-1 in closed-door scrimmage

The US national team fell 2-1 in its first closed-door scrimmage with São Paulo FC in Brazil on Thursday, U.S. Soccer confirmed to MLSsoccer.com. Chris Wondolowski scored the USMNT's lone goal in its first of two scrimmages with the six-time Brazilian Série A champions, who are also playing hosts…
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Beyond Hillary Clinton: Eight Democrats who might run if she doesn't

If former Secretary of State Clinton runs, she will scare away most if not all serious challengers for the Democratic nomination. On Election Day 2012, while waiting in line to vote in his home state of Delaware, he was asked if this was the last time he’ll vote for himself. Biden has been…
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See how many more majors PGA Tour players think Tiger Woods will win

No matter if you love or hate Tiger Woods, every golf fan is sure to have an opinion on his quest to break Jack Nicklaus' major championship record. The number is something Tiger famously pinned on his wall as a … Continue reading →
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How Can You Not Love Zac Efron After Reading This Facebook Note?

Zac Efron, 26, encountered one of his loyal supporters on Wednesday and was so touched that he posted a kind message on Facebook about it afterward.
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13 Oscar Shockers

The 2014 Oscar nominations were announced and—surprise!—there were several shockers. From Oprah’s snub to little ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ love, here are the biggest head-scratchers.
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Eek! Why it Might Be Time to Step Away from the Kale

For the past few years, kale has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the superfood world akin to Jennifer Lawrence's ascendency in Hollywood. Apparently, researchers have known about the deleterious effects of very high intakes of cruciferous vegetables like kale, cabbage, and turnips for years. "It's the…
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NASCAR owner Gene Haas applies for Formula One team

The co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing has applied for ownership of a Formula One team. Formula One may soon have a United States-based team, and that team could be owned by someone with a NASCAR championship on their mantle. Gene Haas, the co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing, confirmed Thursday he…
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Liverpool strike major blow against Man United in escalating doughnut war

Liverpool have announced a partnership with Dunkin Brands, parent company of Dunkin Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Because when you think finely tuned professional athletes, you really should be thinking about doughnuts and ice cream. From the PA: "We're delighted to be … Continue reading →
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Wenger: I rate Berbatov but there's no Arsenal bid

The Gunners boss admitted he admires the Bulgarian but reiterated that he is not a January target, and insists he is not close to signing anyone in this window.
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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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8 Baby Naming Traditions from Around the World (8 photos)

Ever wonder how baby names are chosen around the world? Here are a few global baby naming traditions and trends that might inspire you. -Vanessa Bell MORE ON BABYZONE 9 spice-inspired baby names The 25 worst baby names of 2013 10 excitingly exotic baby names
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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class First Look Video: 2014 Detroit Auto Show

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is closer than ever to being a mini-E or mini-S-Class, and it's not just because of its latest growth spurt. The latest C has its most evocative styling ever, and an interior that's nothing short of beautiful. The 2015 C-Class also is more powerful, lighter than…
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Cutest News We've Heard All Day: Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky Are Expecting Twins!

Remember back in November when we found out Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, were expecting another baby this spring?
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The lost topic in Georges St. Pierre’s war of words with the UFC

You likely have and will continue to read and watch a lot about Georges St. Pierre's sudden criticism of the UFC as well as his employers' responses. St. Pierre recently told Canadian media members that a big factor in his deciding to take a leave of absence from fighting was the UFC's less than…
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US Sen. Coburn to resign after current session

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Sen. Tom Coburn has announced he will resign at the end of the current session of Congress, nearly two years before his term is scheduled to end.
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Photographer captures amazing aerial views of Hawaii (12 photos)

Aerial photographer Cameron Brooks captures the beauty of our 50th state from a helicopter. His fine art photography adorns the walls of many hotels and restaurants throughout the Hawaiian islands. (Photography by Cameron Brooks/ PhotoResource Hawaii ) Find more news related pictures in our photo…
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Shia LaBeouf Re-Emerges Into Public Life With Bar Fight, Drunken Ramble About Being ‘Normal’ (Video)

Shia LaBeouf announced his retirement “from all public life” last week, but must have gotten drunk and forgot about it on Thursday when he was caught on camera getting into a fight at a London pub, and then apologizing for it. Like, I’m really just trying to make peace,” LaBeouf told a group of…
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Reactions to nominations for 86th Academy Awards

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Reactions to nominations announced Thursday for the 86th annual Academy Awards:
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Why Rob Ryan Doesn't Cut His Hair Even Though It's Keeping Him From Getting A Head Coaching Job

NFL teams won't consider New Orleans Saints...
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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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Mercedes bringing back the Maybach

Gangster rappers and royalty rejoice -- two years after the brand was axed due to poor sales, the ultra-luxury limousine marque is making a return. The new ultra-luxury cars will be ultra-long-wheelbase versions of the company’s new flagship S Class model and will take the comfort up to 11. When…
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Jessica Simpson Joins Instagram, Shares Adorable Family Photos of Ashlee Simpson and Maxwell Drew: Top Stories

Take a look at the top 5 stories -- including Jessica Simpson's adorable photos of daughter Maxwell Drew and sister Ashlee Simpson -- in the Jan. 15 Us Weekly roundup!
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10 Sad Oscar Facts

Did you know that Jonah Hill now has more acting Oscar nominations than Robert Redford? That, and 9 other reasons to be sad today.
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'Seinfeld' Cast Returns to Monk's for Super Bowl Ad

This week, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Larry David reunited at their old haunt Monk's – or rather, New York City's Tom's Restaurant, which served as the visage for the Seinfeld diner. Wh[...]
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Rhino poaching deaths reach record high (11 photos)

More than 1,000 rhinos were poached for their horns in South Africa in 2013 , a record number and an increase of over 50 percent from the previous year, the country's department of environmental affairs said on Friday. Rhino hunting is driven by soaring demand in newly affluent Asian countries…
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Queen's granddaughter Zara Phillips gives birth to a girl

The Queen's granddaughter, Zara Phillips, gave birth to a girl on Friday who becomes 16th in line to the British throne, Buckingham Palace said. It is Phillips' first child with her rugby-player husband Mike Tindall and the Queen's fourth great grandchild. The pair are known in Britain for their…
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St. Louis Cardinals' Young Trio Look to Improve National League's Best Team

Fans and pundits have been split on the issue for years, but for a team that boasts both the National League Championship pennant and the league's best record at 98-64, the 2013 St. Louis Cardinals are content to let you take your pick. The 2013 Cardinals were far and away the best team in the…
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Stars don't shop retail, Hayden Panettiere learns at Golden Globes

Hayden Panettiere wanted to wear Tom Ford to the Golden Globes so badly she paid for her own dress. At a store. Public shaming, of course, ensued.
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UFC’s Ronda Rousey wants to have 57 of Fedor Emelianenko’s babies

UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is a tough chick and not much can fluster her. That's why it was funny to see her go all, "aww shucks" when the topic of former Pride heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko came up recently during a scrum with reporters (video above). The two-time…
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What Windows 9 Must Do To Avoid Flopping Like Windows 8

Windows 8 is a flop. It is a painful thing to say about one of the most ambitious operating systems ever released, but the stats don’t lie. It has taken half the OS market share Windows 7 did in its first 12 months (10% vs. 20%) and now the adoption [...]
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How the Los Angeles Dodgers Can Land Masahiro Tanaka, Even After Extending Clayton Kershaw

COMMENTARY | Wednesday was a great day for the Los Angeles Dodgers. They signed Clayton Kershaw to the biggest deal a pitcher has ever received -- seven years, $215 million. Despite being prepared to spend $30-plus million per year on Kershaw, the team can still find a way to bring in Japanese…
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GT4 Stinger Concept Previews New Kia Sports Car

Kia rolled out a striking sports car concept at this week’s Detroit Auto Show, which is believed to be a preview of the automaker’s first sports car. Talk of a Kia sports car has been making the rounds for several years now, and the GT4 Stinger unveiled in Detroit this week brings us a major step…
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Climax to CBS series filmed 8 years ago

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Producers filmed the climactic scene of CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" finale eight years ago, fearing the actors involved would become unrecognizable, and have kept it under wraps ever since.
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Sergio Garcia’s caddie, and girlfriend, ‘fired’ him with perfect winning percentage

Their personal relationship is still intact, but the business relationship between Sergio Garcia and girlfriend Katharina Boehm is done for now with a perfect team winning percentage. Boehm, a former collegiate golfer at the College of Charleston, decided to loop … Continue reading →
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House passes bill requiring health care numbers

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House on Thursday backed a bill that would require the Obama administration to report weekly on how many Americans have signed up for health care coverage as Republicans maintain an election-year spotlight on the troubled law.
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Doug Nussmeier left Alabama for Michigan because of what Brady Hoke ‘stands for’

When Doug Nussmeier decided to leave his position as offensive coordinator of Alabama to take the same position at Michigan, the decision raised a few eyebrows. After all, Michigan has lost 11 games in the past two seasons. In Nussmeier’s … Continue reading →
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Jon Stewart Eggs on Justin Bieber … and Congress (Video)

“The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart put together the pieces and made the connections between the Justin Bieber house-egging scandal and the brewing nuclear treaty with Iran during his show Wednesday night, identifying the common ground between a puppy-eyed pop singer accused of vandalism and a…
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Metallica's Kirk Hammett Promises 'Insane' Grammy Performance

At this year's Grammy Awards, Metallica will play their song "One" with Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang, and the band is hard at work preparing for that moment. "It's gonna be completely insane," gu[...]
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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 of the Suns — Len should get a game suspension for that. But when Young bounced up he threw punches and that is going to get him in more trouble with the league than Len…
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Ryan Sweeting Gets Wife Kaley Cuoco's Name Tattooed Across His Forearm: See the Picture

Ryan Sweeting got his new wife Kaley Cuoco's name tattooed across his forearm Wednesday, along with other romantic designs: see it here!
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Teen Facebook exodus reportedly real as 11 million young users flee

There has been plenty of back and forth over the past year or so regarding whether or not teens and other young users are abandoning Facebook in favor of rival services. The theory is that parents and other family members use Facebook too often to keep tabs on their children, so children are moving…
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What Your Favorite Shoe Says About You (11 photos)

By Connie Wang, Refinery29 Like it or not, if fashion is a big part of your life, you do pay attention to people's shoes. And, we don't just mean in a way where you merely notice them. You make snap judgments based on what others are wearing on their feet. For example, just like you might…
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The Royal Baby Smugglers

Starving the press of pictures of Prince George and smuggling him in and out of royal boltholes may ultimately prove counterproductive for William and Kate.
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There's A Major Problem With That Glorious Toyota Concept Car

Toyota stole a lot of the spotlight at the 2014...
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Grammy Predictions: The Country Categories

Even if it comes up short for Album of the Year, Taylor Swift's "Red" is the front-runner to win a Grammy for Best Country Album. Swift won in this category four years ago with "Fearless." She's vying to become the first female solo artist to win here twice. The only other artists to take Best [...]
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Joanna Krupa on Waiting to Have a Baby: "I Think I'm Going to Freeze My Eggs"

Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa, 34, tells Us Weekly she's not quite ready to have a baby with husband Romain Zago, and is planning to freeze her eggs
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Lionel Messi evades all of Getafe to score brilliant solo goal

In his first start since returning from a two-month layoff with a hamstring injury, Lionel Messi scored both goals in Barcelona's 2-0 Copa del Rey round of 16 second leg win against Getafe. Messi also scored twice during his half-hour … Continue reading →
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Kevin Durant responds to LeBron James’ ‘jealous’ comment: ‘LeBron can do whatever he wants’

LeBron James recently expressed his jealousy of how much Kevin Durant shoots. LeBron attempts 16.2 shots per game (19th in the NBA) to Durant’s 19.5 (third in the NBA), so there is a certainly a significant difference for the leading MVP candidates. Neither player is putting up empty numbers –…
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Capt. Cragen Says Goodbye: Dann Florek Exits 'Law & Order: SVU'

Oh, captain, my captain … no longer. After 15 seasons on "Law & Order: SVU" and three seasons on the original series, Capt. Donald Cragen (Dann Florek) retired from the force in Wednesday night's episode.
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Dana White says Brock Lesnar return to UFC possible

In a media scrum Wednesday after UFC Fight Night 35, UFC president Dana White spoke about the chances retired former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar could one day come back to MMA and the promotion. The former Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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