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Taylor Swift Thought She Won Album of the Year Grammy, Beyonce and Jay Z Open Show With "Drunk in Love:" Top 5 Stories

Take a look at Us Weekly's most-read stories -- including Taylor Swift mistakenly thinking she won the Grammy for Album of the Year -- for Monday, Jan. 27
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The guy who turned down a $4 million shark offer

Joseph K. Moore made "Shark Tank" history when he refused Robert Herjavec's $4 million offer. How has First Defense Nasal Screens been doing since then?
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Meet the Beatles…Again in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of Their First U.S. Visit

It was 50 years ago in February that the Beatles forever changed popular music and culture. On Feb. 7, they arrived at New York's JFK Airport to a surprisingly shocking throng of new fans. Two days later, they performed for the first time ever on "The Ed Sullivan Show." These landmark events are…
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7 Ways to Decorating a Girls Bedroom that She'll Never Outgrow (7 photos)

As much as I love the idea of completely redoing my little girl's bedroom (and my whole house, for that matter) every year, it's definitely not the most practical of ways to go. I've learned as they've gotten older that sometimes the most minimal route works best, but that's not to say we don't…
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Soccer-English premier league results and standings

Jan 28 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Tuesday Tuesday, January 28Crystal Palace 1 Hull City 0 Liverpool 4 Everton 0 Manchester United 2 Cardiff City 0 Norwich City 0 Newcastle United 0 Southampton 2 Arsenal 2 Swansea City 2 Fulham 0 Standings…
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Iran-Saudi relations: A new Cold War heating up?

Tension is rising between long-term rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia in what commentators are likening to a "Cold War" scenario which is increasing geostrategic risk in the Middle East.
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Stars line up to pay tribute to The Beatles

LOS ANGELES (AP) — There's an easy way to give pop music's most performance-hardened stars a case of the butterflies: Ask them to perform in front of The Beatles.
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The Proposed Republican Replacement For ObamaCare Is A Big Tax Hike

Yesterday, three Republican Senators -- Tom Coburn (Okla.), Richard Burr (N.C.), and Orrin Hatch (Utah) – put forward a plan to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. They call it the Patient CARE Act, and my colleague Avik Roy says it is “the most credible [...]
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Teen's Parachute Fails to Open on First Skydive

A Texas teenager’s skydiving trip to celebrate her 16th birthday turned nearly fatal when her parachute failed to open and she spun 3,500 feet to the ground. Mackenzie Wethington, 16, traveled from her home in Joshua, Texas, to Chickasha, Okla., with her father, Joe Wethington,...
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Twin Brothers Act as Guinea Pigs in Sugar V. Fat Experiment

Chris adopted a super low fat diet, consuming only the 2% he would need to maintain his health. Xand opted for a high protein diet that ditched all forms of sugar (i.e.
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Miley Cyrus's Makeup Artist Spills the Details of Her Good-Girl Transformation This Weekend

It's pretty clear Miley Cyrus has officially established a signature look: the platinum pixie cut, the red lip, those spidery lashes, that perfect skin. So we reached out to her makeup artist Pati Dubroff to hear how the pretty beauty moment came about. Dubroff began with a crucial step: A light…
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10 Surprising Things Divorced Men Have in Common

"Women tell me, 'I've been warning him for years.' The husband responds, 'But I didn't know she was serious!'" says Michelle Crosby, a family attorney in San Francisco and co-founder of Wevorce, a company dedicated to amicable divorces. Lesson: Air grievances before they fester, suggests Kimberly…
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The 2014 Grammys Winners List

The 2014 Grammy Awards air tonight on CBS, and ET is bringing you the winners!
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Kate Upton’s tribute to Victor Cruz

Kate Upton and sports go hand-in-hand. After all, the 21-year-old supermodel first gained notoriety when she was named Rookie of the Year in the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Since then, she's had an on-again-off-again relationship with Detroit Tigers pitcher … Continue reading →
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Three Injured in Boat Crash off Catalina Island

At least three people were injured, two critically, after a boat crashed into an isthmus just west of Catalina Island.This segment aired on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014 on the KTLA 5 News at 10.
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'Boss Hog' of 'Duck Dynasty' TV show to attend big Obama speech

"Duck Dynasty" reality television star Willie "Boss Hog" Robertson is on the invitation list to attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night, compliments of a congressman from his home state of Louisiana. Newly elected Representative Vance McAllister, a Republican, said…
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Will 600 sick passengers sink cruise prices?

What Royal Carribbean’s recent on-board outbreak means for prices.
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2015 Kia K900, a grand bargain: Motoramic Drives

There are two things everyone should take away from this review: The 2015 Kia K900 is a true luxury car, and yes, it is a Kia. And no, those two things are not mutually exclusive. The big K900 sedan is the most opulent car Kia has ever built. It’s essentially an Americanized version of the [...]
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Harbaugh denies he was forced to hire Kubiak

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh denied that he was forced to hire Gary Kubiak as offensive coordinator. ESPN reported Tuesday that owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome influenced Harbaugh's decision. The Ravens reportedly narrowed their search to two candidates before…
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NSA, GCHQ siphoning personal information from Angry Birds and other apps
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Porsche's first vehicle found in shed after a centuryThe Verge
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US scales back military exercise with S.Korea

The US military is scaling back an annual exercise with South Korea next month and will not deploy an aircraft carrier or fly strategic bombers for the drill, officials said Tuesday. Last year Washington put on a show of military might for the exercise in response to saber-rattling by North Korea.…
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New 'Walking Dead' Midseason Trailer: 'I Ain't Afraid of Nothin'!'

Bet you can guess who uttered those words…
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Guardiola undecided on Mandzukic

The Croatia international was left out of the squad for Friday's game against Gladbach and his boss has refused to give him assurances over his future.
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Sapp says Strahan doesn’t belong in the Hall of Fame

Warren Sapp was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year. He doesn’t think Michael Strahan deserves to join him this year. Sapp said at Super Bowl Media Day that Strahan simply wasn’t good enough to make it. “I don’t think his résumé stacks up,” Sapp said, via Neil Best of Newsday. “He…
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Fed poised for another taper of big stimulus

The Federal Reserve opened its last policy meeting chaired by Ben Bernanke on Tuesday, with another stimulus cut by the US central bank widely expected. Bernanke, whose eight-year tenure as Fed chairman has included the deepest US economic and financial crisis since the 1930s, is stepping down…
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The 10 Worst States for Taxes in 2014

For upper middle income earners, high net-worth individuals, retirees, and certainly the “one percent” – where you live can make a huge difference in how much of your money you get to keep at the end of the year and how much you need to fork over to your state. To help individuals and businesses…
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The Shocking Thing Women Don't Know About Baby-Making

New research shows that a startling number of reproductive-age women still need to be clued-in about the basics of reproductive health. A study published in the January 27 issue of Fertility & Sterility found that about 50 percent of reproductive-age women had never discussed their reproductive…
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Popular destinations to skip in 2014 – and places to go instead (6 photos)

Travelers often find themselves on the path most traveled because – amid the brush and bramble of advertisements, trend pieces, and magazine features – it's the only passage they can imagine. And that's fine: Popular destinations tend to be popular for a reason. But there is a singular joy in…

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Jennifer Aniston Praises Friend Courteney Cox: "She's Been There for Me Through Thick and Thin"

"She's been there for me through thick and thin," Jennifer Aniston says of Friends costar and real-life best friend Courteney Cox, adding, "I've slept in her guest bedroom a lot"
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Walk on the Wild Side: 14 Amazing Painted Floors (15 photos)

Does your floor need a new look? Instead of replacing it with costly broadloom or hardwood, consider painting it. Today’s homeowner has a lot options for painted floors. Painting is no longer restricted just to wood floors—concrete and linoleum are also good candidates for a paint makeover, which…
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This is the most awful thing Sony has ever created

Sony was founded more than 60 years ago and it has been a consumer electronics leader for decades. During that time it has created some of the most fantastic and important consumer devices the world has ever seen, and it has also built some devices that are better off forgotten, never to be spoken…
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VL Buying Leftover New Fisker Karmas To Yank Out Electric Parts

The idea of converting Fisker Karma range-extended electric luxury sedans into Corvette-powered V-8 hot rods is moving forward. VL Automotive is snapping up Karmas from leftover dealer stock for conversion into Destino performance sedans, according to a report in industry trade journal Automotive…
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Food stamps: how House, Senate negotiators agreed to cut $800 million a year

House and Senate negotiators have reached an agreement on a new farm bill that includes a roughly $800 million reduction in annual food stamp funding, a 1 percent cut to the $80-billion-a-year program. The 949-page agreement, announced on Monday by members of the House and Senate Agriculture…
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The Secret to Keeping Avocados and Guacamole Green (Not Brown)

Over the years I’ve heard all kinds of tips for how to keep a cut avocado or guacamole from turning brown.
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Ford to shut F-150 plant lengthy 11 weeks for aluminum re-do

Ford to shut F-150 plant lengthy 11 weeks for aluminum changeover
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Kentucky man drives coast-to-coast in his Tesla Model S

John Glenney just became the first person known to drive coast-to-coast in a Tesla Model S. Not only that -- he used only the company's network of free Supercharging stations for fuel.
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Khloe Kardashian on 'KUWTK': 'I'm Kind of Living Out of My Car Right Now'

More Inside Details Emerge About Kardashian And Lamar Odom's Split
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Steve Cohen's ex-wife sues him, offers a glimpse of how the super-rich live

Steve Cohen's ex-wife accuses him of fraud. Her lawsuit gives a glimpse into the world of the super-rich: 28-room apartments, trips to the Beverly Hills Hotel.
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13 Signs You Decorate like You Live in Beverly Hills (13 photos)

You live like you're somebody (and you are!). Find out if you live the Beverly Hills lifestyle at home. More from House Beautiful : Find Your Dream Bedroom Here Unexpected Color Combos That Work 101 Easy Home Makeover Ideas
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Definitely Buy These 15 Things at a Dollar Store

Dollar stores lure us in with rock-bottom prices. Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson talked to a savings expert to find out what types of items you should definitely buy at a dollar store. Watch the video and then keep reading for more dollar store deals. There is no reason to spend $4 to $5…
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Thieves steal Pope John Paul's blood from Italy church

By Philip Pullella ROME (Reuters) - Thieves broke into a small church in the mountains east of Rome over the weekend and stole a reliquary with the blood of the late Pope John Paul II, a custodian said on Monday. Franca Corrieri told Reuters she had discovered a broken window early on Sunday…
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Latest Pack of Racing Engines Set to Raise MPG of Future Road Cars

Auto racing is not for everyone. I would not ask an enthusiast to sit through a whole NASCAR race– let alone someone who is not automotive-inclined. Racing is a tough nut to crack, but once you are “in,” it is as thrilling as any football or hockey game. The difference is– auto racing actually has…
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Former Champs Frank Mir and Alistair Overeem Face Potential Release at UFC 169

COMMENTARY | At UFC 140 in December 2011, Frank Mir scored one of the most impressive submission wins in MMA history when he broke Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira's arm with a kimura. Three weeks later at UFC 141, Alistair Overeem needed less than three minutes to stop former heavyweight champion Brock…
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The 4 Legs of a Retirement Easy Chair

But if you're not prepared for this new stage of life without a job, but perhaps with more physical constraints, then retirement can seem like a heavy burden rather than a walk in the park. Whether you're planning for retirement, or have already cut the company cord, here are the four main issues…
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Greta Van Susteren Explodes at Fox News’ Contributor Erick Erickson: ‘He’s a Jerk’

Fox News host Greta Van Susteren lit into fellow network colleague Erick Erickson in a post on her blog GretaWire after he tweeted harshly about Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, characterizing her as “Abortion Barbie.” Van Susteren posted a large, sweaty photograph of the conservative…
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Metra North Central Service shut down by freight train derailment

A freight train derailment Tuesday morning caused Metra to suspend all North Central Service trains.
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Here’s What’s Going on With Snowden, the NSA, and the DoJ

Edward Snowden recently gave a lengthy interview to German public station station ARD TV.
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Maradona's most controversial Pele quotes

The pair have been at loggerheads for years, with the Argentine particularly critical of his South American rival. Goal picks out some of the Napoli icon's harshest barbs.
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Richard Sherman's Dad Still Wakes Up At 3:45 AM To Drive A Trash Truck, Refuses To Live Off His Son

While Richard Sherman grew up in Compton, he...
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Black Holes Get Even Weirder with New Stephen Hawking Theory

Black holes may be even weirder than scientists had thought, according to a new paper by famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. In the article, Hawking contends that the notion that even light cannot escape a black hole's gravitational pull once it passes a certain point — known as the event…
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Study: Women most attracted to guys in trucks

If you find yourself without a date this Valentine’s Day, maybe it’s not you. Maybe it’s your car. According to a new survey by Insure.com, women say that attractive men tend to drive black Ford pickup trucks. Men report that attractive women drive red BMW sports cars.
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Students at Wis. college have cozy walk to class

MEQUON, Wis. (AP) — While many Midwestern college students pile on layers to brave the frigid walk to classes in subzero weather, those attending one Wisconsin university on the windy shores of Lake Michigan can leave their coats in their dorms and take a much cozier trek.
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Married But Sleeping Apart to 'Protect Each Other's Solitude'

Arianne Cohen and her husband, Nate, have been married for one and a half years, and sleep in separate rooms. The couple says having their separate spaces has brought them closer together. They’re apart for about half the week, and use that alone time to...
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We Tested Oreo's New Cookie Dough Flavor, And Were Sadly Disappointed

Oreo is debuting two new flavors next month...
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Michael Parkhurst on his return to MLS and fight for a World Cup spot

Michael Parkhurst sheds light on his return to MLS with the Columbus Crew and his eagerness to earn a World Cup spot with the United States Men's National Team.
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Ratings: How I Met Your Mother 200 Hits Season Highs, The Following Eyes a Low, Blacklist Rises

You like the Mother. You really like her! How I Met Your Mother‘s Mother-centric Episode 200 — which TVLine readers gave a resounding grade of “A” — drew 10.7 million total viewers and a 3.8 demo rating on Monday night, […]
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Welker explains collision with Talib

NEWARK, N.J. -- I asked Wes Welker on Tuesday if his collision with Aqib Talib in the AFC Championship could be equated to a game of chicken. In a big game like that, of course, said Welker, the former Patriot whose collision with the Patriots corner knocked Talib from the game and deeply irked…
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Cats Are Obliterating Florida's Endangered Wood Rats

That has largely continued to be the case in Key Largo, Fla.—with disastrous results for wildlife. The Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge there is one of Florida’s last remaining stands of hardwood hammock forest and home to two highly endangered mammal subspecies—the Key Largo wood rat and…
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Last new VW Buses sold by camper converter USA TODAY
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Off to the old Volks home: Last new VW buses sold by camper converter.usatoday.com/story/money/ca… 10 hrs ago
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Tiger Woods works out too much and got too big, says former coach Hank Haney

You would think after a 2013 Player of the Year season, it would be some time before Tiger's swing was critiqued in the 2014 season. It didn't take long for the swing of Tiger Woods to come under scrutiny in the 2014 season. Woods' motion is always the subject of debate, particularly during this…
SB Nation
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Amanda Knox's Countdown to Yet Another Verdict

An Italian Court Is Expected to Render a Verdict and Possible Sentence Thursday
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Brain-dead pregnant woman's husband names fetus

DALLAS (AP) — The husband of a pregnant, brain-dead Texas woman who was taken off life support over the weekend named what would have been the couple's second child before his wife was removed from machines.
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3 Financial Mistakes You Don’t Know You Are Making

Here are three warning signs your financial health is not as good as you think.
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Report: Patriots asked about acquiring Larry Fitzgerald

The Patriots’ search for wide receiver help continued throughout last season. But they tried to make a sizable splash to address the problem. According to Tom Curran of CSNNE.com, the Patriots “sent out feelers“ to the Cardinals last year to see if Larry Fitzgerald happened to be available…
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Pedroia: Ortiz should get 'whatever he wants'

Dustin Pedroia thinks David Ortiz is worth "whatever he wants" in terms of a contract extension. Everyone doubts David, Pedroia said.
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Music breathes life into lung transplant recovery

A Broadway musician who underwent two lung transplant surgeries is breathing life into his recovery with harmonica therapy. Larry Rawdon's condition has improved to the point where he is now teaching fellow transplant patients how to exercise their lungs by bringing music into their lives. Ben…
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Wingels: Brown declined fight, ‘doesn’t want to own up’ to Hertl hit

Sharks and Kings, like cats and dogs.
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Should You Tell Your Spouse Everything? Follow This Map to Help You Decide

If you read advice for a happy relationship, you'll encounter a jumble of seemingly conflicting pointers: Compromise! Speak your truth! Be willing to give in! Accept your partner for who he or she is! Ask for what you want! Practice patience! Don't be a doormat! Walk a mile in your spouse's shoes!…
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New Telescope Will Be World’s Largest

The Hubble Space Telescope has produced some jaw-dropping images from space, such as the famous “Pillars of Creation” and the Horsehead nebula. But the Hubble will soon encounter some stiff telescoping competition from a ground-based telescope so large it has been dubbed “E-ELT,” aka the European…
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The iPhone 6 may have a different kind of wireless charging

Apple has been recently rumored to run a trial production of iPhone models that have sapphire glass displays, but there may be another reason the company is interested in such panels for future devices, aside from increasing the durability of the screen. At a time when the competition is offering…
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Dad Looking To Relocate Hates To Leave Needy Parents Behind

DEAR ABBY: My two children and I have lived with my parents for a few years because I had some health problems. Now that I am healthy again, I'm ready to return to work and move to a new home, but I am encountering severe resistance from my parents. As I have recovered, our situation has gone from…
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Marshawn Lynch wins Super Bowl Media Day

The Seahawks running back is a man of few words, which is exactly what you'd expect from someone known as "Beast Mode."
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Dog Doesn’t Understand the Concept of a Window

Before Porkchop joined the Heller household, Lola didn't even know a window existed, let alone that you could look outside. She still hasn't quite figured out how it works, but all things in time.
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Top 10 James Bond Theme Songs

These musical pieces are inextricably linked with 007. Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 James Bond Theme Songs.
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Baldness Cure May Have Inched a Bit Closer

TUESDAY, Jan. 28, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists might be able to offer "hair-challenged" males a new glimmer of hope when it comes to reversing baldness. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania say they've gotten closer to being able...
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Exclusive: Democratic senators to file amicus brief in Hobby Lobby birth control case

In a brief to be filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, 19 senators are siding with the Obama administration against evangelical Christian businessmen who argue that paying for their employees’ birth control, a requirement under Obamacare, violates their company’s religious freedom.
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Doctors fear Michael Schumacher may remain in vegetative state for rest of life

Michael Schumacher has been in a medically induced coma since hitting his head while skiing on December 29, and his condition is not improving. Reports from Mirror in the UK have doctors saying that each day in the coma puts Schumacher in danger of never emerging from it. However, they have no…
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Is This the Best Animal Photobomb Ever?

Female tourists aiming their cameras at the animals in front of them at a wildlife center in Zimbabwe had no idea the real “Kodak moment” was happening directly behind them. A bull elephant executing the ultimate photobomb was just at the tourists’ backs as they...
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Jay Leno Definitely Done on 'Tonight Show,' Doesn't Want to Be 'Creepy Old Guy'

Why His Departure is Different This Time Around
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This tiny 1.5L engine from Nissan makes 400 horsepower

Back in 2012, Ford packed its tiny 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder in a carry-on suitcase, destined for use in the Fiesta here in the US. In June, Nissan will pack its tiny new three-cylinder engine in a 24 Hours of Le Mans racecar. Nissan's don't-call-me- DeltaWing ZEOD RC racecar will still be…
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'Long-term unemployment' _ one mom's story

AURORA, Ill. (AP) — Down the road from an emergency food pantry where a small crowd waits for the chance to gather free groceries, there is a church sign that reads: "If you need help, ask God. If you don't, thank God."
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Insider: Xbox One has no hope, will lose this generation of console war to PS4

Most would agree that the console war for this generation of video game systems is far from over… but it may have been over before it even really started. According to comments made by well-known industry insider Ashan Rasheed, who goes by the name “Thuway” on Twitter and video game forum NeoGAF,…
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'Unemployed Long-term' - a Mom's Story

Debbie Jurcak, a mother of three from suburban Chicago, never thought she'd be among the "long-term unemployed." Then, just after Christmas, she got a letter cutting off her unemployment benefits, six months after she lost an administrative job. (Jan. 28)
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10 Weird Things Dogs Do

As much as we love them, dogs do disgusting and puzzling things. Why and how can such a sweet, innocent-looking ball of fur act so weird? Here we investigate 10 strange things our pooches do and the evolutionary origins of their behavior.
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First drive: 2015 Subaru WRX returns larger, more powerful, and more mature

Face it. Everyone has to grow up sometime. One day you turn around and your shorts, beer, and group house living situation are swapped for a suit, a martini, and a mortgage. Fortunately, some car...
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Ask Stacy: Will Canceling Credit Cards Hurt My Credit Score?

I have an excellent credit score of 835 and zero debt. I want to know if I should now consider canceling credit cards that I have not been using? I had heard that if I let the card company cancel the card for lack of use, it will hurt my credit score. If the card company cancels your card for…
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UFC’s Roy Nelson applies for NSAC executive director position

UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson has never been shy about expressing his opinions. Now, he wants his voice to have greater impact as the executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) The commission's director for the past eight years, Keith Kizer, resigned from the post on Monday.…
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Why Counting Calories Isn’t the Only Key to Losing Weight

I was grateful, then, to come across the book The Calorie Myth, in which author Jonathan Bailor argues that it's not the number of calories we eat that matters, but the kinds of calories - and that eating calories from high-quality, nutrient-dense food will not only make our bodies and brains…
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A to Z of Surviving Baby's First Year (13 photos)

A lot happens during baby's first year of life. They reach a variety of milestones and transform us along the way. Reaching the first birthday is a big deal and is really your chance to celebrate. Yes, you! The first birthday doesn't need to be fancy for your baby, but you deserve a party. Heck, a…
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Buckingham Palace seeks housekeeper to run baths

Buckingham Palace was advertising Monday for a new housekeeping assistant, whose duties include running the royal baths and arranging serving the tea. The successful applicant for the £14,400 ($23,800, 17,400 euros) a year post will be responsible for "high quality cleaning, presentation and…
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Cincinnati Reds Get Their Nelson -- But He's Not Named Cruz

COMMENTARY | Just when it looked like the Cincinnati Reds wouldn't be able to pull off another blockbuster offseason deal like the team has in recent years with the international free-agent theft of Aroldis Chapman, the daring trade for Mat Latos, and the brilliant one-year rental acquisition of…
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John Elway has some advice for Peyton Manning

The Broncos' Hall of Fame president has a simple plan for winning the Super Bowl: Peyton Manning.
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Metallica's Lars Ulrich Recalls 'F---ed Up' 1989 Grammy Loss

Metallica's electrifying rendition of "One" last night, which featured classical pianist Lang Lang, was intended to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the metal icons' first performance on the awards s[...]
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'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Husband Charged With Fraud, Identity Theft

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” is known for the over-the-top lifestyles and personalities of its leading ladies. But lately, it’s the real drama off-camera that has everyone talking. The most recent scandal involves potential jail for one of the star’s husbands. Phaedra Parks’ husband,...
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7 Seemingly Harmless Things We Should Stop Saying to Kids

There's this episode of Louie where Louie C.K. describes bending over his small daughter and yelling with his finger wagging in her face. And suddenly he realizes, "I'm her first [a-hole]." Haven't we all been there? When we realize that we're acting a little jerky to our kids? Maybe you never…
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The Pretty Skin Diet

When it comes to having a gorgeous complexion, you truly are what you eat.
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Sting Headed to the WWE? Three Sizzling Angles for the Incoming Legend

COMMENTARY | The widely-reported rumors of Sting finally coming to the WWE have sent fans into a tizzy and have old-timers considering a full-time return to watching pro-wrestling. It's not just that Sting is a WCW/NWA/TNA legend with twenty-nine years invested into the sport. The real intrigue…
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A New Service Will Let You Borrow Your Neighbor's Wi-Fi for a Stronger Connection

We’ve all been there: Your Wi-Fi goes out and, as you wait on hold with your provider’s customer service rep, your mouse hovers over your neighbor’s networks. Besides, they’re probably not even home! Spanish broadband provider Telefónica has been experimenting with a system to put that temptation…
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Taking religious claims seriously

Lyle Denniston says an order that the Supreme Court issued late last week in a case involving a Roman Catholic order of nuns suggests that the claim has already found some sympathy among the Justices.
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UK's Osborne Says GDP Data Show Recovery Is Broadly-based

Britain's finance minister George Osborne said on Tuesday that new economic growth figures show the recovery is broadly based, and that abandoning the government's economic plan would be the biggest risk to it continuing. Britain's economy grew 0.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013 and recorded…
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Obamacare Replacement Proposed by Republicans

Senate Republicans revealed their vision for health care yesterday. Meet P-CARE.
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Colorado High School Student Sets Self on Fire in Cafeteria

Student, 16, Is in Critical Condition After Setting Himself Ablaze
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The Dark Side Of Broccoli And Kale

New research shows that you need to be careful before eating over-the-top amounts of kale and other cruciferous vegetables.
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‘Captain America 3′ Takes Shape at Marvel (EXCLUSIVE)

Marvel is still focusing on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” which arrives in April, but sources tell Variety that Anthony and Joe Russo will be back in the director’s chair for a third installment, even though the film hasn’t officially been greenlit. Marvel and Russo’s reps had no comment.…
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Badminton-South Korea's Lee banned for missing dope tests

(Adds Korean badminton news conference) By Narae Kim SEOUL, Jan 28 (Reuters) - South Korea's Olympic badminton gold medallist Lee Yong-dae has been hit with a one-year ban for missing doping tests, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) said on Tuesday. Another Korean player, Kim Ki-jung, was also…
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The iPhone 5C Turned Out To Be A Dud

Apple may have reported record-breaking iPhone...
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Alaska's Keystone Canyon (5 photos)

Highway access to the city at the end of the trans-Alaska pipeline has been cut off indefinitely by avalanches , including one that dammed a river and created a lake up to a half-mile long across the roadway in a 300-foot wide mountain canyon. State Department of Transportation officials said…
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Hamilton crashes as F1 starts new turbo era

By Alan Baldwin JEREZ, Spain (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton walked away from a heavy crash after putting in the first laps of Formula One's new turbo era in testing with Mercedes on Tuesday. Mercedes blamed a car failure, on the Briton's 18th lap of the day, for the crash and were investigating. …
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The Top 5 Marijuana Web Sites

Marijuana has left the underground and resurfaced in the World Wide Web. TheStreet has found the top five sites for the cannabis consumer.
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Galaxy S5 gadget spam takes shape: Yet another model uncovered

Samsung launched more than 10 versions of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone in 2013. We’re not talking about different variants with varying antenna configurations for different carriers, we’re talking about completely different models. Samsung has never been afraid of the “gadget spam” label and…
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India close to buying Japan-made military aircraft in $1.65 billion deal

India is set to become the first country since World War Two to buy a military aircraft from Japan, helping Prime Minister Shinzo Abe end a ban on weapons exports that has kept his country's defence contractors out of foreign markets. The two countries are in broad agreement on a deal for the…
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Tony Stewart: ‘We got four alpha drivers here who have alpha personalities’

There is no shortage of star power at Stewart-Haas Racing, but the question is can they coexist peacefully? One of the many fascinating subplots of the 2014 NASCAR season is whether four diverse and self-described "alpha personalities" can coexist harmoniously at Stewart-Haas Racing. A belief…
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Jon Stewart Gives Sean Hannity Some Ways to Leave N.Y. (Video)

Jon Stewart has some suggestions for Sean Hannity on how to leave the great state of New York.
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Police: Mass. teen admitted killing math teacher

BOSTON (AP) — A Massachusetts teen admitted killing his 24-year-old math teacher but denied sexually assaulting her, police said while requesting a search warrant to see if the boy memorialized the crime on his cellphone.
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7 Items Fashion Editors Buy in Bulk (7 photos)

These are the pieces that have us saying, "I'll take one in every color," season after season. By Kerry Pieri

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Famous Amnesia Patient's Brain Cut into 2,401 Slices

At age 27, H.M., whose real name was Henry Molaison, underwent an experimental surgical treatment for his debilitating epilepsy. His surgeon removed the medial temporal lobe, including a structure called the hippocampus. His case brought about the idea that the hippocampus may have a crucial role…
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Two attacks on Hillary Clinton that won't work

In the past 48 hours, two potential Republican rivals of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton found themselves with the chance to take a shot at the presumed Democratic front-runner in 2016.
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Landon Donovan speaks on trip to Brazil, Jurgen Klinsmann’s methods and more

Plenty of interesting elements in the United States’ all-time leading scorer’s latest Q&A:
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Think ahead and drive safely on icy roads

If streets ice and you have to drive, we have tips for staying safe on the road, and some things you should keep in your car
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Tea Party Still Running Strong

Fuller looks at the polls, and finds that Tea Party support has fully recovered from post-shutdown lows: Among the most loyal Republicans, support for the tea party is at 74 percent, hardly changed from a post-shutdown high of 77 percent and about where support was in mid-2013 (73 percent). Tea…
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Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka's Forthcoming Matches Will Provide Context for Australian Open Final

COMMENTARY | The Australian Open final between Rafael Nadal and Stanislas Wawrinka may have lacked the unbelievable quality of recent major championships, but remarks made by both in the aftermath reflected the highest standard in off-court behavior. Wawrinka was extremely complimentary of Nadal…
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'X-Men' Empire Magazine Cover Blitz Is Canny Marketing By Fox

As promised via last week's various Vine and/or Instagram teases, yesterday brought not the second trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past but something much more interesting. From midnight Monday night to midnight Tuesday night, Empire Magazine dropped new "collectible" magazine…
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Nuns Rescue 9-Year-Old Pit Bull

When a group of nuns went to Hi Tor Animal Care Center in New York to look for a pet to live with them, they didn't want the cutest puppy they could find. "I wanted to bring a dog home that might get euthanized if we didn't take her," Sister Veronica Mendez told New York's News 12.
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Pauley Perrette: 25 Things You Don't Know About Me

NCIS star and Grammys 2014 social media correspondent Pauley Perette shares 25 things about herself with Us Weekly
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Chinese ivory smuggler gets record sentence after Kenya trial

A court in Kenya on Tuesday slapped a record sentence on a Chinese ivory smuggler, the first person to be convicted under tough new laws designed to stem a surge in poaching. Tang Yong Jian, 40, was ordered to pay 20 million shillings (170,500 euros, 233,000 dollars) or else go to jail for seven…
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Exclusive: Scandal to Finally Introduce Fitz's Kids

Two-and-a-half seasons into its run, ABC’s Scandal is ready to at long last flesh out the First Family by giving faces to Fitz and Mellie’s two kids. And that includes the son that may also be POTUS’ brother. PHOTOS | Winter […]
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VOD: Members of Alabama’s football team have a snowball fight on the quad

When you're in college, you've got to take advantage of snow whenever you have the opportunity. Members of Alabama's football team seized on the snow blanketing the Tuscaloosa, Ala. area on Tuesday and joined in with other students having a … Continue reading →
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Grammy Awards Best-Dressed Celebrities 2014: Vote for Your Favorite Right Now!

The Grammy Awards red carpet was really something, wasn't it? But then again, we shouldn't expect anything less from the one awards ceremony that requires modesty dress code restrictions--and the excitement of seeing who just barely skirts the rules. But
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Beyonce and Jay Z's Sexy "Drunk in Love" Grammys Opener -- Stars React!

Beyonce and Jay Z opened up the 2014 Grammys with a sexy performance of the couple's smash hit "Drunk in Love" -- see how Lena Dunham, Neil Patrick Harris, Kelly Clarkson and more celebrities reacted via Twitter
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Big Boy locomotive begins California farewell tour (7 photos)

An enormous steam locomotive that has been entertaining train enthusiasts at a California museum for years began a trek of more than 1,200 miles on Sunday with the ultimate goal of putting the engine back on the nation's rails . The 600-ton Big Boy locomotive left the Pomona fairgrounds on its way…
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Brady, Gisele go paddleboarding in the Bahamas

Tom Brady hinted at the fact that he may not watch the Super Bowl this year. Would you if you could be paddle boarding with Gisele instead?
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Rosie O'Donnell Returning to The View as Guest Seven Years After Bitter Exit

Seven years after her fiery exit from the show, Rosie O'Donnell will be returning to The View as a guest
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Heidi Klum, Boyfriend Martin Kirsten Split

Heidi Klum and bodyguard boyfriend Martin Kirsten have split after more than a year of dating, a source confirms to Us Weekly
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Chevrolet Silverado Reaper joins Ford’s SVT Raptor as an Angry Birds truck

Ford's F-150 SVT Raptor stands alone as a beastly off-road truck with a bad attitude. There's nothing else like it on the market, and it was about time someone stepped up to compete. Ram offers a Mopar dealer-installed Ram Runner upgrade that's underwhelming compared to the factory SVT deal, and…
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Mike Ditka, politely, on NY Super Bowl: “I mean, it’s stupid”

Yesterday, we brought you word of Hall of Fame coach Don Shula, who seemed mildly confused as to why anyone would play a Super Bowl in New York in February. As you might imagine, former Bears coach and Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka had a stronger opinion. “The weather’s going to be a…
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Pilot Season 2014: Scoop on This Fall's (Possible) New Shows and Who's Starring In Them

Pilot season is here, meaning the networks are taking stock of their needs for 2014-15 and getting the ball rolling toward filling any gaps. With development season about to get really interesting — meaning it’s time to start booking actors […]
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Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker Over Leaked Movie Script

Quentin Tarantino is taking legal action against Gawker Media who he claims have made the leaked 'The Hateful Eight' movie script more available to the public.
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Audi unveils its Doberhuahua Super Bowl commercial

With Super Bowl Sunday less than a week away, this week is going to be dominated by anything and everything football related. That includes advertising and the auto industry, as some of the biggest players prepare to launch multi-million-dollar spots hawking their latest and greatest products. A…
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Found! 11-Year-Old Kate Middleton in 'My Fair Lady' School Play (Sorry, Kate!)

Long before Kate Middleton would play a real life Duchess, she played a wanna-be one in her school play. As a Cockney-accented Eliza Doolittle in a production of “My Fair Lady,” Kate played a down-with-the-people role even back then.
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Rumor: Xbox One Might Be Getting Graphics Performance Patch

Microsoft may be looking to improve the Xbox One's graphics performance, a new report from Hothardware.com suggests. Currently, 10% of the machine's GPU is reserved for the motion-sensing Kinect, but a new patch could loosen that restriction. Sources say Microsoft could allow developers to make…
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Ousted Egypt leader defiant as second trial begins

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's toppled President Mohammed Morsi stood alone in a soundproof glass-encased metal cage at the start of a new trial Tuesday wearing a white prison uniform, pacing and shouting angrily at the judge in apparent disbelief: "Who are you? Tell me!"
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Demaryius Thomas’s mother, grandma will watch him from prison

Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas won’t be able to bring his family with him to the Super Bowl. Thomas’s mother is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence and his grandmother is serving a life sentence, both for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine. But while they can’t be there to…
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Three Quarterbacks the Oakland Raiders Should Consider in the 2014 NFL Draft

COMMENTARY | Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen isn't sure if his quarterback of the future is on the roster. Does that mean the Raiders will take a quarterback in this year's draft? After all, general manager Reggie McKenzie needs to redeem himself for bombing on that Tyler Wilson pick last…
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'The Bachelor' Season 18 (26 photos)

Juan Pablo Galavis, the sexy single father from Miami, Florida, is ready to find love. He'll have his own opportunity to find his wife and stepmother to his daughter when he stars in the 18th edition of "The Bachelor." The new season airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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Netflix now lets you disable Post-Play to avoid binge watching entire TV seasons

If you've binged on a season of House of Cards or Breaking Bad, you're likely familiar with what Netflix calls Post-Play. Netflix does take some measures to ensure viewers haven't nodded off;
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A month after ski fall, Schumacher fate uncertain

Grenoble (France) (AFP) - Formula One ace Michael Schumacher's stay in intensive care reaches the one month mark on Wednesday with the legendary driver still in a medically-induced coma whose outcome remains unclear. After his December 29 fall at Meribel ski resort in the French Alps, Schumacher…
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Changed Pro Bowl nearly disaster for Browns

The folks in Cleveland might have up until a point. And that point came when they nearly saw a huge chunk of the Browns offense get taken out for next season. In one of the teammate-on-teammate hits during the all-star festivities, Browns safety T.J. Ward flipped Cleveland wide receiver Josh…
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Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey calls Royce White ‘the worst first-round pick ever’

A year and a half after being drafted into the NBA by the Houston Rockets, former first round selection Royce White is on the outside looking in. The former Iowa State standout says he still wants to play in the … Continue reading →
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Ramona Singer, Husband Mario Separated: Real Housewives of New York Star's Domestic Dispute

After 27 years together, Real Housewives of New York's Ramona Singer has separated with husband Mario, two sources confirm to Us Weekly; the warring pair recently had an ugly dispute at their shared Hamptons home
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Beyonce’s Wet Hair Look from Sexy Grammys Performance: Copy the Look!

Beyonce upped the sexiness for her Grammys performance of "Drunk in Love" with Jay Z. Her hairstylist shares how you can copy her wet hair look and wavy bob from the Grammys 2014!
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Should 49ers offer Kaepernick long-term contract extension?

Colin Kaepernick is entering the final year of the rookie contract he signed back in 2011. This offseason, the 49ers have the ability to negotiate a long-term extension with their quarterback before he is scheduled to become a free agent following the 2014 season. On Monday's edition of Yahoo!…
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US Republicans to mull immigration path this week

US Republicans will lay out principles on immigration policy this week at a party retreat, as they debate whether to address the lightning-rod issue ahead of November's congressional elections. On the day after President Barack Obama's Tuesday night State of the Union speech, the 232 Republicans…
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Celebrate Girl's Big Birthday Without Spending Big Bucks

DEAR ABBY: I'm a 14-year-old girl going on 15. I am half-Mexican. In the Mexican culture, a girl's 15th birthday is the year in which she becomes a woman. Most girls have a "quinceanera" party for this birthday. But these celebrations cost a lot of money -- almost as much as a wedding. I have been…
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Queen's household finances under fire

MPs on Tuesday took aim at Queen Elizabeth II's household accountants, saying they must cut their costs and tackle a huge backlog of repairs to the monarch's crumbling palaces. Palace officials must also do more to boost the royal family's income as they are dipping into reserve funds alarmingly…
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Mourinho plans Eto'o contract talks at season's end

The 32-year-old has scored six goals in 12 league games since joining the Blues on a one-year deal in August but has expressed an interest in finishing his career at Mallorca.
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Washington Redskins: Could Kirk Cousins Follow Kyle Shanahan to the Cleveland Browns?

COMMENTARY | The Washington Redskins should be paying very close attention to the Cleveland Browns as they search for a new offensive coordinator. According to recent media reports, the Browns are talking with former Redskins' offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan about a potential job opportunity. …
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The Marvel/DC Comic Book Movie War Intensifies

When "Batman vs. Superman" was delayed by 10 months, Warner Bros. rescheduled it for release on the same day as an unannounced Marvel Studios film. Now Marvel has returned fire by rescheduling ...
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Jude Law Finds Out In Court It Was A Family Member Who Sold Stories About Him, Sienna Miller & Daniel Craig

Poor Jude Law learned that not even his relatives can be trusted when it comes to keeping his private life private! In 2005, The News of the World revealed that Jude’s then girlfriend, Sienna Miller, was cheating on him with Daniel Craig. The paper claimed it was an inside source who leaked it. The…
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RUNAWAY BULL

See a runaway bull charge across a highway and headbutt a biker after escaping from a meat factory.
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North Dakota Cow Thief Is First American Arrested, Jailed With Drone’s Help

The ominously named Predator drone. Look, up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane — it's a Predator drone finding you because you wouldn't give your neighbor his cows back after they wandered onto your property. Rodney Brossart, the farmer from North Dakota, was arrested after being located by…
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Adrian Peterson: Norv Turner the “perfect guy” to get us on right path

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson said Monday that he is “actually feeling pretty good” just a few days after having groin surgery and you can say the same about his thoughts on the team’s decision to hire Norv Turner as their offensive coordinator. Peterson said Turner has “a brilliant mind,…
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Netflix May Change Its Prices

If so, then you should know that the online video service is considering changing prices, establishing “good, better, best” tiers and mulling new streaming combinations (beyond its current $7.99-per-month fee) for new members, reports Bloomberg Businessweek. But don’t hit the cancel button for…
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John Mayer Supports Katy Perry at Grammys After Party, Spends Time With Her Family -- Details

John Mayer was at girlfriend Katy Perry's beck and call at a Grammys after party on Sunday, Jan. 26; the couple spent time with the "Roar" singer's family and took several pictures together -- get the details
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Starbucks Is Already in Front of the Next Specialty Beverage Craze

Starbucks shows the way and McDonald's and Dunkin' Brands fall in line behind it.
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Clark Gregg: What's Coming Up Next On 'Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.'?

Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Coulson, tells Laura Saltman about what's next on "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." What will happen when Jaimie Alexander's Lady Sif visits the show? Plus, what does he reveal about Stan Lee's upcoming cameo?
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El Nino May Develop as Most Models Predict Pacific Ocean Warming

An El Nino weather pattern, which can bring drought to Australia and rains to South America , may occur in the coming months as the Pacific Ocean warms, according to Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology. Most climate models suggest the tropical Pacific Ocean will warm through the southern autumn and…
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Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner!

Nicknamed "Anytime Chicken" by Test Kitchen Specialist Vanessa McNeil Rocchio, this winner of a chicken dinner is our new favorite roasting-pan supper for weeknights or easy entertaining with friends.
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