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Brett Favre shows off big beard on NFL Network, says talk about Peyton Manning's legacy is 'ridiculous'

"I don't think he has anything to prove," Favre said. "I think the thought from anyone that he has to win this game [for his legacy], I think is absolutely ridiculous.
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Controversial Casting for 'Batman vs. Superman' Continues

Warner Bros. has announced additional members of the "Batman vs. Superman" cast, and not everyone is happy with the choices. The new castings aren't as divisive as Ben Affleck or Gal Gadot were, ...
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Kim Kardashian Goes Back to Brunette

Kim Kardashian has finally ditched her blond locks.
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China's unwanted babies once mostly girls, now mostly sick, disabled

By Li Hui and Ben Blanchard TIANJIN, China (Reuters) - Fangfang was just a few days old when she was abandoned on a near freezing New Year's Day in north China. "They will only provide more accurate numbers." Welfare experts and officials note that China has various charity funds and government…
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Justin Bieber Turned Away At 3 Super Bowl Parties; Snuck Into Maxim Bash

Oh, Biebs... sigh... After a long two weeks filled with a DUI arrest, a reported get-help-or-I'm-out ultimatum from manager Scooter Braun, a voluntary surrender to Toronto police, and a reported private plane delay and search, Justin Bieber was turned away at three Super Bowl parties on Friday…
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Punxsutawney Phil predicts longer winter (8 photos)

Emerging from his lair on Super Bowl Sunday, groundhog Punxsutawney Phil couldn't predict the winner of the big game but his handlers said he was sure of his weather forecast: There will be six more weeks of winter. Pennsylvania's famed groundhog was roused from slumber at 7:28 a.m. Sunday and,…
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Israeli premier rejects Kerry's boycott warning

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday rejected U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's warning against a growing boycott movement against the Jewish state should peace talks with the Palestinians fail, saying the stance undermined Israel's legitimacy and the chances of…
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The questions of Ravens Kelechi Osemele

The offensive line is one of the biggest areas of concern for the Ravens -- and their fans -- during the off-season. And one of the questions on the line will involve Kelechi Osemele, who missed the second half of this season after back issues forced him into having surgery. Osemele was shifted…
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Gun debate: Is price of an armed America a more dangerous America?

Charles Ingram and Robert Webster were neighbors in Florida, but friends said the two older men had little love for each other and often quarreled. On a spring day in 2010, the two men, both gun enthusiasts who had state permits to carry concealed weapons, got into another argument across their…
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5 Least Intelligent Dog Breeds

Now we're sharing another result from that survey of 122 veterinary professionals. But we will say that in the opinion of the surveyed veterinary professionals, the breeds named here aren't necessarily known for their cleverness even if they are known for having many wonderful characteristics.
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A 69-Year-Old Man Is Still In The Mental Hospital He Entered After Stealing A $20 Necklace In 1971

In 1971, Franklin H. Frye was accused of...
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The 10 Dumbest Examples of How Government Wastes Taxpayer Dollars

Here are the 10 dumbest ways your tax dollars were spent last year, according to Sen. Tom Coburn's annual Wastebook report.
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Mats Hummels: Bayern players get Germany preference

The Borussia Dortmund defender says "it is easier to get into the national team" with Bayern Munich than with other clubs.
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Philip Seymour Hoffman Gods Pocket Premiere | genConnect

In one of the last interviews before his death, genConnect is on the red carpet with Philip Seymour Hoffman at the premiere of 'God's Pocket'
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7 Most Critically Acclaimed New TV Shows of 2013

Check out these seven shows that debuted in 2013 to much critical acclaim.
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3 Huge Problems With France's Economy

France’s economy is in a funk -- here are three reasons why.
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7 Popular Automobiles Getting Full Redesigns in 2014

For the the 2014 and 2015 model years, automakers came out with guns blazing. Here are 7 redesigns of popular automobiles slated for release this year.
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Do Whole Foods Customers Really Have the Right to Know About Monsanto Foods?

To label or not to label, that is the question. Can a series of Right-to-know laws enforced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provide any clarity on the merits of the GMO Right to Know movement ...
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Could Wal-Mart Be the Next Giant Failure in Retail?

The history of giant retailers going belly-up is long and distinguished, and the red flags are emerging at retail giant Wal-Mart. Will it go the way of Sears, or even Woolworth?
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Girl Found Alone in Burning Home Used as Meth Lab

Florida Couple Faced Court on Multiple Charges
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Husband Destroys Wife's Trust Trying To Shore Up Business

DEAR ABBY: During the past three years, my husband and I managed to save about $45,000 for a down payment on the purchase of a new home. (We each put in about half.) Early last month, I asked my husband if he liked one house we had just seen, and he confessed that he had taken all the money we had…
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Police on lookout for drunk drivers on Super Bowl Sunday

Police are using the big game as a time for a major crackdown; one DWI checkpoint led to nearly 40 charges.
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What Made the Beatles So Unique?

Melting blues, country, pop, music hall, and Broadway into a two-guitar sound called rock’n’roll was something The Beatles did first.
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How to lower your monthly TV bill

Does opening your bill for cable or satellite TV make your blood boil? Downsize. A bare-bones package might not suit you, but perhaps you don’t need everything you're paying for.
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Soccer-English premier league results and standings

Feb 2 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Sunday Sunday, February 2 Arsenal 2 Crystal Palace 0 West Bromwich Albion 1 Liverpool 1 Saturday, February 1 Cardiff City 2 Norwich City 1 Everton 2 Aston Villa 1 Fulham 0 Southampton 3 Hull City 1…
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You'll Never Guess the One Woman Who Owns More of Disney Than Anyone Else

Disney is a household name, and so too is the last name of its largest shareholder, but what that name is may surprise you.
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President Obama's New Plan Could Change Millions of Lives

President Obama has introduced a new retirement savings plan that may set millions on the road to a stable and plentiful retirement.
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Photos of the day - February 2, 2014 (47 photos)

The best news photos of the day for February 2, 2014. Members of the Russia team warm up during speed skating team practice at the Adler Arena in preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympics, Punxsutawney Phil is held by Ron Ploucha after emerging from his burrow and revelers dressed in costumes…
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Designer Envisions First-Ever Rolls-Royce SUV

If a Porsche sedan or the prospect of a Bentley SUV has taught us anything, it is that nothing is sacred when it comes to adhering to traditional vehicle classifications. From compact performance hatchbacks like the Mercedes-Benz GLA 45 AMG, to four-door coupe-wagon “things” like the BMW 328 GT,…
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Italian police find John Paul II relic discarded by thieves

Italian police have recovered part of a religious relic stained with Polish pope John Paul II's blood that was thrown away by thieves thinking it worthless, the Italian press reported on Saturday. The relic was snatched a week ago along with a cross from a small church in Italy's central region of…
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Report: Luol Deng shocked at mess that is the Cavaliers

When Luol Deng was traded from the Bulls to Cleveland, he was coming from the only team he had known in his nine-plus NBA seasons. His Chicago teams, especially under head coach Tom Thibodeau in recent years, have been the epitome of professionalism in pursuing winning above all else. The…
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Could Russian Nuke Tests Start a New Cold War?

In 1987, a treaty signed by President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev prohibited the testing of medium range nuclear missiles. Now, there are growing concerns that Russia is violating the agreement that helped to end the Cold War. The State Department has yet to formally…
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This Little-Known Natural Gas Company Might Have Sparked the Formation of a New, Super OPEC

By finding natural gas off the coast of Israel, Noble Energy stepped on a hornet's nest of global energy, and it's making some very, very powerful enemies.
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AT&T cuts prices for wireless data plan customers

AT&T Inc, the No. 2 U.S. mobile provider, on Saturday announced a price cut for customers who share large data plans in its latest attempt to regain ground lost to market leader Verizon Wireless and No. 4 U.S. operator T-Mobile US. In what the company called its "best-ever prices," AT&T said a…
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Too Soon: 7 TV Shows Unfairly Cut Short

A reminder of shows come and gone, with a couple of hints regarding movies and books to comfort the saddened fan.
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Search on for survivors of Indonesia volcano eruption

Karo (Indonesia) (AFP) - Indonesian rescuers will search through thick ash Sunday hoping to find survivors after Mount Sinabung volcano erupted engulfing victims in scorching clouds, killing 14 people including four high-school students. About 100 rescuers, including from the military and police,…
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Darwin’s Pigeons (23 photos)

These dolly birds are showing off the latest haute COO-ture in a stunning set of images that portray everyday pigeons as fashion models. The series, titled Darwin’s Pigeons, was snapped by British photographer Richard Bailey, who was looking to capture the birds’ photogenic side as a tribute to the…
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Student Injured After iPhone Bursts Into Flames in Pants Pocket

A 13-year-old student from Maine suffered first and second degree burns after the iPhone she was carrying in her pants pocket caught on fire, school officials said. The eighth grader was in class at Kennebunk Middle School when she heard a pop and smoke began...
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Are You Guilty of This Common Tax Misconception?

A majority of tax-filers allow themselves to be fooled by this prevailing tax misconception. Are you one of them?
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Florida Teacher Accused of Being Drunk at School Fights to Keep Job

She Was Staggering Down the Hallway and Slurring, Report Says.
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Justin Verlander and Kate Upton appear cozy at GQ Super Bowl party

The much ballyhooed on-again, off-again relationship between Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander and model/actress Kate Upton is back on. It's official. Well, as official as it can be without either of them actually making it official. The new old couple … Continue reading →
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AT&T Announces “Best Ever” Data Price Plan For Wireless

The price war among cellular service providers in the U.S. has heated up again. Pressured, perhaps, by the incredibly low pricing offered by T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), which is trying to dig out of its place ...
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UAE summons Qatar envoy over cleric's 'insults'

The UAE summoned the Qatari ambassador on Sunday to protest against remarks made by a Muslim Brotherhood-linked cleric who slammed the Emirates for jailing Islamists, the foreign ministry said. The summons was the first of its kind by a member of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council -- Bahrain,…
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Gun Control Leads to Genocide

Conservative members of Congress live-troll the State of the Union, while one Fox analyst prepares for a military coup.
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DNA Of Ancient Human Spawns New Theory Of Why Europeans Became White

The genetic analysis of a male hunter-gatherer...
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Melissa McCarthy Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches

Without going anywhere near those “third time’s a charm” clichĂ©s, it’s safe to say that Melissa McCarthy’s return engagement as Saturday Night Live host carried the burden of great expectations. After all, the Mike & Molly star’s first two outings were widely […]
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GMC Sierra, Chevy Silverado 2500-3500HD First Drive: Crazy Power, Newfound Refinement

Heavy Duty truck owners are real men, that do real men stuff. By comparison, everyone else is just a bunch of puny wimps that cry when we watch “The Notebook.” Ok, that might be a bit of an extreme, but the SUV has given way to the crossover and the light duty pickup has become […]
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Violent protests in a mosque after police raid

Police raid radical Kenyan mosque sparking violent street protests in the port city of Mombasa. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Couple face new charges of alleged imprisonment

FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — A couple accused of imprisoning the wife's daughters in a Tucson home now face new charges in a second Arizona county where they lived previously.
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First Amendment: Freedom of Expression and Religion

As part of the National Constitution Center's 27 Amendments (In 27 Days) project , each day we will look at a constitutional amendment. Today, we look at the First Amendment, which protects religious freedom and the freedom of expression.
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Madrid held as Ronaldo sees red, Atletico go top

Cristiano Ronaldo was sent-off as Real Madrid lost ground in the La Liga title race with a 1-1 draw away to Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. Atletico Madrid became outright leaders for the first time since their double winning season in 1996 earlier in the day with a 4-0 win over Real Sociedad on…
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Gunfire erupts on eve of Thai elections (10 photos)

Gunfire erupted during protests in Thailand's capital Saturday, injuring 7 people, including an American photojournalist, and sending people scrambling for cover. The shooting broke out as government supporters clashed with protesters trying to derail nationwide elections one day before the vote…
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Chris Christie fights back over Bridge-gate. Is he cornered?

It’s no surprise that Chris Christie has come out swinging on the “Bridge-gate” scandal. It’s his nature – rhetorically, at least – and it indicates just how serious the fallout from last September’s shutdown of traffic lanes to the George Washington Bridge has become for New Jersey’s embattled…
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Mexican castaway begins long journey home

Majuro (Marshall Islands) (AFP) - A Mexican castaway who says he survived more than a year drifting at sea pleaded on Sunday to be taken home as he was picked up from the remote Pacific island where he had washed ashore. "I want to get back to Mexico," the castaway, who identified himself as Jose…
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Terry Bradshaw to miss Super Bowl after the passing of his father

Fox has announced that Terry Bradshaw will not take part in the network’s coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII after the passing of his father, William “Bill” Marvin Bradshaw, on Thursday. “On behalf of everyone at FOX Sports, we want to extend our deepest sympathy to Terry, his [wife] Novis, brothers…
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Tesla completes its cross-country world record attempt

A pair of Tesla Model S electric vehicles have crossed the US from Los Angeles to New York City in 76 hours. The journey was completed as part of an attempt to break a Guinness World Record for cross-country energy efficiency, but it's not yet clear if the attempt was successful. What is clear is…
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Dylan Farrow Pens Open Letter: Woody Allen 'Sexually Assaulted Me' at Age 7

Dylan Farrow, the adopted daughter of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, has written a first person account published on The New York Times' website that details her allegation that she was sexually assaulted by the film director at age 7.
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Could This Negative Trend Mean Trouble Ahead for Obamacare?

What the uninsured think about Obamacare is of great importance for the success of the health reform law. But they're not happy campers.
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Furor over student-lunch grab in Utah school district

By Jennifer Dobner SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - A school district in Utah has suspended two people and opened an investigation after lunchroom workers touched off a furor by snatching food trays from several dozen children whose parents were behind on meal payments, a district spokesman said on…
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NFL Helps Rebuild Homes Devastated by Hurricane Sandy

A family in New Jersey still rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy got a helping hand from the NFL`s "Kickoff to Rebuild" project.
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Update: Spied CUV Likely Next Nissan Murano, Not a Chevy

Socrates argued the only way to achieve greater knowledge is to admit that you know nothing. He argued that the man who claims to know everything will never be able to learn more than what he currently knows. We auto writers are no different, and when we stand corrected on a matter, we’ll be the […]
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Brogdon's 3 gives UVa a 48-45 win over Pitt

Virginia coach Tony Bennett installed a new play late last month for end-of-game situations, but he didn't have much confidence in. Maybe Malcolm Brogdon was saving himself for a big moment. ''I guess it's better to make it in a game.'' Brogdon came off screen and drained a 3-pointer with 0.4…
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Your Ride: 1985 Saleen Ford Mustang T-Top

One of our readers, Scott, has an affinity for all things Mustang. The owner of two Mustangs previous, a few years back he picked up one of the rarest of all Mustangs — an 85 Saleen T-Top. Only eight 85 Saleens were ever built with the T-Top, and Scott knew just how lucky he was […]
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Five injured in attack on Philippine church

Zamboanga (Philippines) (AFP) - Five people were injured Sunday when motorcycle-riding men hurled a grenade into a church in the troubled southern Philippines in a city known for Muslim rebel activity, officials said. One of two men on the motorcycle threw the grenade into the Roman Catholic…
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It Is a Mystery: Who Left Knox Home in Coat?

Who was in the coat? Family spokesman says it wasn't Amanda Knox but won't say more
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See Emily Maynard's 4 — Yes, 4! — New Engagement Rings

Emily Maynard's fiancé took the whole "put a ring on it" thing to a new level.
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Should You Sell These Plunging Stocks Before It's Too Late?

Three stocks in the Dow fell more than 10% in January. Is it time to buy or get out?
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The 10 Fastest Growing Jobs in America

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has weighed in, and these 10 jobs are expected to grow the quickest over the next decade. Find out how you can take advantage of this job growth.
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Hindu pilgrims celebrate Magh Mel (30 photos)

Hundreds of thousands of Hindu pilgrims take dips in the confluence, hoping to wash away sins during the month long festival of "Mauni Amavasya," or new moon day, the third and the most auspicious date of bathing during the annual month long Hindu religious fair "Magh Mela". (AP) Find more news…
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Is Boeing's New Submarine-Destroying Warplane a $35 Billion Bust?

Pentagon report suggests the new P-8A Poseidon can't fulfill its two main missions.
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Bill Gates Backs Renewable Battery Startup

Gates and other venture capitalists are betting on the Aquion battery .
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Sonic Reportedly Coming To Xbox One And PS4 In 2015 Forbes
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Sonic Reportedly Coming To Xbox One And PS4 In 2014 onforb.es/1k0iX13 via @forbes5 hrs ago
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This Secret Social Security Strategy Can Get You 6 Months of Benefits at Once

A little-known Social Security option can give you a lump sum of benefits, but it comes at a cost. Find out about it here.
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10 Foods That Aren’t What You Think They Are

Do you know what you're eating? Here's a list of 10 foods that aren't really what you think they are.
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UN slams Israel destruction of Jordan Valley homes

The UN humanitarian coordinator for the Palestinian territories criticised Israel's demolition of 36 homes in the Jordan Valley and urged a halt to such actions in the West Bank. The moves came as fresh opinion poll evidence showed that faith in the Middle East peace process has largely evaporated…
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Anne V, Matt Harvey Split: Couple Ends Relationship After Less Than a Year of Dating

Adam Levine's supermodel ex, Anne V, has ended her relationship with New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey after 8 months of dating -- read about the split
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Florida police find marijuana plants growing in empty swimming pool

By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - Police who found five pounds of pot during a routine traffic stop searched the motorists' house and followed the scent to an empty backyard swimming pool where 82 marijuana plants were growing beneath a thick slab of concrete, officials said on Friday. On…
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Cruise lines with the most reported mass illnesses (8 photos)

These international cruise lines have had multiple reported outbreaks of mass illness in the last five years, according to CDC criteria . Click here for the cleanest cruise lines .
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What Is an LCD or LED TV (and Why Does It Matter to You)?

Trying to figure out what an LCD TV or LED TV is? How do they compare to competing technologies?
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The Biggest Retirement Mistake You'll Ever Make

People make plenty of mistakes with their money, but this one takes the cake when it comes to retirement. Find out what it is.
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Weather service debunks rumors of giant snowstorm

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Meteorologists in the Midwest took to social media on Friday to quell rumors that a winter storm expected to move into the region next week could dump up to 30 inches of snow in some areas.
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China’s Careful Days

The Chinese believe that they can achieve their objective of acquiring islands throughout the South and East China Seas without a fight. It worked against the Philippines. If they try the same strategy ...
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Ohio man buried astride beloved Harley motorcycle

MECHANICSBURG, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man's family has fulfilled his dying wish — to be buried astride his beloved Harley-Davidson motorcycle encased in a see-through casket.
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5 Mind-Blowing Facts About Cigarettes

Altria and Philip Morris would rather these harsh facts about cigarettes not be true.
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Laptop Buying Guide: What's Right for You?

Do you need a new laptop? There are many to choose from. This laptop buying guide will help you get started.
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Tiger Woods wowed by youngster at Dubai golf clinic

Tiger Woods and Mark O’Meara played second fiddle to a kid in a Masters cap who showed the two major champions a thing or two about hitting an iron off the fairway. Tiger Woods, fresh off a disappointing second round 1-over 73 on Friday at the Dubai Desert Classic, joined his friend Mark O’Meara…
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Terrible Tuner: Meet the Worst Toyota Celica of All Time

In order to embrace the tuner genre, you really have to have an open mind. One man’s crap is another man’s prized import hatchback with graphics and oversized exhaust. To each their own, I say– but this is taking things too far. What you see before you is a Toyota Celica Coupe drag car that […]
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'Feral' Movie Stills (3 photos)

A wild boy is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization. Alienated by a strange new environment, the boy tries to adapt by using the same strategies that kept him safe in the forest.
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Don't File Your Taxes Too Soon. Here's Why.

Even if you think you have all the information you need to file your return, there are good reasons to wait.
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Colo. mom acquitted of negligence in SUV deaths

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Jurors delivered a split verdict Friday for a western Colorado woman whose two sons died of overheating after she left them in a running SUV last winter.
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Ill cruise passengers 'felt like prisoners' ahead of Texas docking

By Andrea Lorenz HOUSTON (Reuters) - Several ill passengers who disembarked from a Princess Cruises ship in Houston on Friday said they felt like prisoners forced to their cabins for days when the vessel suffered the second outbreak of a stomach illness to hit a cruise ship in a week. It was…
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Dodgers “very interested” in free agent starter Bronson Arroyo but won’t go three years

Free agent starter Bronson Arroyo expressed frustration last week about the lack of legitimate offers he’s been made this winter. But it seems as though his market is now developing rather quickly. Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that the Dodgers are “very interested” in signing the…
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Why Renewable Energy Won't Save Us from Climate Change

Climate change is real, but leaning on renewable energy alone is a strategy that is sure to fail. Will that affect the investment thesis for SolarCity, SunPower, or NextEra Energy?
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Prince George Has First Family Vacation at Caribbean With Mom Kate Middleton, Prince William Stays Home

Kate Middleton and Prince George are in the Caribbean for the baby boy's first family vacation, a source confirms to Us Weekly; Prince William stayed back to continue his Cambridge studies
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3 Often-Ignored Tax Breaks That Can Save You Thousands

Millions of taxpayers miss out on these tax breaks. Find out about them here.
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What went wrong in Saturday’s U.S. win over South Korea

Let's talk about Omar Gonzales' passing, about more attacking from the outside backs and more ... :
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UFC champ Jon Jones no longer ‘talking junk’ about boxing’s Klitschko brothers Cagewriter
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MT @YahooCagewriter: @JonnyBones was just kidding about boxing the Klitschko's, you guys: yhoo.it/1aQ4BgU via @EliasCepeda February 1, 2014
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'Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall' Movie Stills (2 photos)

A documentary that breaks through the walls of one of Americas oldest maximum security prisons to tell the story of the final months in the life of a terminally ill prisoner, Jack Hall and the hospice volunteers, they themselves prisoners, who care for him.
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Ukraine activists blast police with TV news

Protesters in Kiev have come up with a novel way to torment riot police -- blasting non-stop news from an opposition television channel projected onto a giant white sheet behind their barricade. The screen has been set up between two poles on the edge of a giant protest camp in central Kiev --…
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Review: Suzuki Burgman scooter is an easy rider

The continuously variable transmission takes some hassle out
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1 Massive Dividend for Your IRA

With a yield close to 10%, this is one dividend you’ll want to own in your IRA.
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Washington heartbroken after bus hits beloved snowy owl

A majestic snowy owl that has in recent days captured the hearts of Washington, a city obsessed with its zoo's giant panda cub, was being treated after a bus apparently hit it this week. The large bird that has gained something of a cult following after perching atop landings and monuments near…
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INDONESIA VOLCANO ERUPTS

Indonesia's Mount Sinabung erupted Saturday killing at least 16. Officials had evacuated villagers near the volcano in September after it began rumbling. Resident were allowed to return to their homes one day before it erupted.
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Performer of the Week: Benedict Cumberbatch

A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars THE PERFORMER | Benedict Cumberbatch THE SHOW | Sherlock THE EPISODE | “The Sign of Three” THE AIRDATE | Jan. 26, 2014 RELATED | Pilot Season 2014: Scoop on This Fall’s […]
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Sochi Has Been Poisoning Stray Dogs Before The Olympics

The Russian government has hired a company to...
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Should Marijuana Be Legal?

This morning on “This Week,” with Colorado and Washington State legalizing the sale of marijuana for recreational use, our special panel debates the law’s impact and the future of marijuana policy. On Friday, George asked if marijuana should be legalized nationwide.
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Warren Sapp apologizes to Michael Strahan

One Hall of Famer welcomed another on Sunday morning with an apology.
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Photos: Rachel's boldest colors (10 photos)

We're concluding our Flickr Focus of the Week with a look at Rachel Stuart-Haas' boldest color choices. Click here to read more on Yahoo Homes' Spaces blog.
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BMW 320i review: Basically, perfection

The bare-bones BMW 320i delivers beautifully on everything that matters and obliterates most competitors in the sport sedan segment.
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7 Bad Pieces of Get-Out-of-Debt Advice

Advice from friends can be helpful at times, but here are some pieces of bad debt advice you should ignore.
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The Marvel-ous Mess-Ups of the ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Bloopers

Even superheroes don't always hit their mark. "Thor: The Dark World" is filled with amazing stunts and various acts of derring-do, but don't think all those superheroics are always achieved on the first try. After all, the Gods of Thunder (Thor) and Mischief (Loki) are only human (Chris Hemsworth…
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Tea Party Favorite in 2nd Bid for Senate in Colo.

Tea party favorite in Colorado making 2nd bid for Senate seat in test whether GOP can reboot
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Pro gamers get big, burn out, retire young

Many professional gamers enter competitive gaming early and can make up to six figures, but they burn out after just a few years.
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American Factory Workers Getting $33,029 Yearly Bonuses May Sound Insane, But It's True

One of America's oldest industrial company's huge bonuses should be an example for employee pay at Ford, Cargill, GE, and other American businesses.
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EPA: New Mine Threatens Half World's Wild Sockeye Salmon (Op-Ed)

Christina Swanson, is director of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)'s Science Center and past president of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. She contributed this article to LiveScience's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. As a fish biologist who has worked for years…
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Kanye West Won't Be Charged in Alleged Beverly Hills Attack

Kanye West will not face criminal charges over an alleged attack in Beverly Hills last month. The Associated Press reports that the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office rejected the battery case bec[...]
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Should Banks Be in the Marijuana Business?

Should Banks Be On Board With Pot Businesses?
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RIP Philip Seymour Hoffman: The Many Faces of a Fantastic Actor (20 photos)

Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead at the age of 46 on Sunday of an apparent drug overdose, was one of the most admired actors in film. Here's a look at many of his most memorable roles.

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Another ‘Shades of Gray’ Movie on the Way, Though Title Will Change Due to ‘Fifty’

Sorrento Productions and Tauras Films have teamed to option Ruta Sepetys’ bestselling novel “Between Shades of Gray,” an individual familiar with the indie project has told TheWrap. The producers plan to change the title of the movie because of Universal Pictures and Focus Features’ adaptation of…
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Turkey says open to alternatives to Chinese missile defense system

Turkey's Foreign Minister said on Sunday Ankara had not yet decided which missile defense system it would buy and it was open to bids from other companies besides the current Chinese favorite if these guaranteed joint production. NATO member Turkey's decision last September to choose a $3.4…
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Plus-size tires: When more is less

Larger wheels and tires have taken the fast lane, from street racing to showroom. Tire wheels sized 16- to 18-inch are common place on new vehicles leaving the factory. Older cars still on the ro...
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General Electric Company Expected to Conduct Biggest American IPO Since Facebook

Here's why General Electric investors will be paying attention to 2014's biggest IPO.
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Immigration: Boehner’s Legacy?

A new report suggests the House GOP leadership is finally ready to stand its ground on immigration.
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Have You Seen Costco Wholesale Corporation's Secret Weapon?

Costco has a secret weapon in the eternal war against Wal-Mart and other ultra-traditional retail rivals. Spoiler alert: If you're a Costco member, you've seen it often.
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Report: Kirk Cousins “open” to trade from Washington

After two seasons backing up Redskins starting quarterback Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins reportedly wouldn’t mind an opportunity to start elsewhere. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Cousins is “open” to being traded from Washington. The 25-year-old Cousins completed 81-of-155 passes for 854…
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Hagel calls Air Force nuclear officers in bunkers

ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT (AP) — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has made the rare gesture of phoning Air Force nuclear officers in their underground launch bunkers in Montana to update them on efforts to correct problems in their service.
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David Ortiz pranked with exploding golf ball at charity event

We all know David Ortiz can be a fun-loving and charitable guy with an at times explosive personality. Thankfully, Ortiz was feeling more fun-loving and charitable during his annual Children’s Fund Celebrity Golf Classic in the Dominican Republic this past … Continue reading →
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How Family Guy Got Canceled Twice and Still Made Seth MacFarlane a Star

As 'Family Guy' gets ready to celebrate a milestone, it continues to defy the odds, especially after debuting on what is perhaps TV's biggest stage.
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Nine Stocks that Could Double in 2014

The bull market run in 2013 was so strong that some analysts are concerned the gains of October to December might run out of steam in 2014. And indeed, with such big gains last year, the current stock ...
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'Karama Has No Walls' Movie Stills (5 photos)

An award-winning short documentary that encapsulates the tragic events of a day that changed the course of the 2011 Yemeni revolution.
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Kaepernick thinks timeout cost 49ers Super Bowl XLVII

A year has passed since the 49ers-Ravens Super Bowl XLVII, but Colin Kaepernick is still brooding over a late timeout that he thinks cost his team the game. Kaepernick said in a recent Bill Simmons podcast that he thinks he would have run for a game-winning touchdown had coach Jim Harbaugh not…
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Photos of the day - February 1, 2014 (29 photos)

The best news photos of the day for February 1, 2014. A volunteer rides his snowboard along the practice slope for the alpine ski course of the 2014 Winter Olympics, Fireworks explode over the Victoria Harbor to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year in Hong Kong and a villager runs as Mount Sinabung…
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Katie Couric Says She's Marrying Her Fiance John Molner in Summer 2014

Katie Couric announced that she will be tying the knot with fiance John Molner this summer; the pair got engaged last September
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Strippers, the Super Bowl, and why entertainment should be enough

After being asked a question about strippers, Richard Sherman said women can be anything they want and to not limit themselves to those circumstances. Sherman was this year's Joss Whedon;
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Justin Bieber Deportation Petition Gets White House Attention

The White House is gearing up its diplomatic machinery to respond to the latest international issue — a petition to deport bad boy pop star Justin Bieber. “That response will come I’m sure relatively soon,” White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said today. ”I don’t...
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How to Be Found on LinkedIn

Whether you’re mastering social selling, making yourself easier for future employers and clients to find, or recruiting top talent, it pays to be a LinkedIn power user. But do you know how to be found on LinkedIn? The trick is in understanding how LinkedIn works and how you can take full advantage…
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Phil Mickelson fires footballs into rowdy Phoenix Open crowd at 16th hole

The world's best lefty golfer once again shows off his solid right arm with the football. Phil Mickelson flinging a football isn't really a new thing, but engaging the crowd at the par-3 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale with giveaways is a bit of a departure for the Phoenix fan favorite. During…
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Christians flee attacks in Nigeria's northeast

YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — Before the usher could finish warning worshippers of the gunmen approaching, the attackers were storming into the church, locking the main door, exploding homemade bombs and firing into the congregation.
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7 Common Dog Behavior Myths Decoded

Although dog training has become more of a science than a craft in recent years, some persistent myths still mislead us when reading canine behavior. Don't let a myth harm your relationship with your pooch. Here, we dispel common myths and look at the facts.
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Bo Jackson, Entrepreneur

Anyone who saw Bo Jackson play football or baseball knows that he was the greatest athlete of his generation and one of best of all-time. But few know that Jackson has evolved into an entrepreneur since retiring from professional sports in the 1995. He is an investor in a bank and [...]
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Angie Harmon: Happy to Be Raising a Football-Obsessed Daughter

Her Former NFL All-Pro Husband Is Already Showing Her the Ropes
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Ratings: Blue Bloods Draws Best-Since-Debut Audience, Fox Line-Up Dips, Carrie Finale Ticks Up

CBS had a very good Friday this week, with all of its shows scoring superlatives. Undercover Boss, with 9.2 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating, drew its largest audience since February 2013 and inched up a tenth in […]
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AT&T Cutting Family Wireless Plans $40 in Escalating Price War

AT&T Inc. (T), the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier is introducing service plans aimed at families that use lots of data, cutting $40 a month from premium users’ bills. A similar package under AT&T’s previous plan would cost $200, and Verizon Wireless charges $260 for the same plan. The move…
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Philip Seymour Hoffman : 1967-2014 (19 photos)

Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won a best actor Oscar in 2006 for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote in "Capote" and created a gallery of other vivid characters, many of them slovenly and slightly dissipated comic figures, died Sunday. He was 46. He was found dead in his Manhattan home, police…
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UFC ‘talking about’ free agent Anthony Johnson

After missing weight several times at welterweight, Anthony "Rumble" Johnson decided to give middleweight a shot two years ago. The UFC obliged him and gave him a marquee bout against former champion Vitor Belfort in early 2012 at UFC 142. Despite being allowed fifteen pounds more in his new…
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Gay-marriage debate takes new twist in Oregon: religious exemption

Oregon voters will likely face two questions about gay marriage when they go to the ballot this year: whether to become the 18th state to let same-sex couples wed, and whether the state should be the first to allow florists, cake makers and others to refuse to participate in these weddings on…
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Amanda Knox and the Question of Bias

The recent Amanda Knox verdict and the response by much in the media and public is an interesting lens into how many people allow their own biases to get in the way of objectivity.
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Luis Scola seals Pacers’ win over Nets with inbound pass off the back of Paul Pierce (VIDEO)

The Pacers held on for a 97-96 victory over the Nets on Saturday, and used a crafty move by one of their veterans on the game’s final play to seal it. Leading by one with 0.4 seconds remaining, Luis Scola left nothing to chance. Instead of attempting to inbound the ball to one of his…
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'The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life' Movie Stills(2 photos)

The world’s oldest pianist and holocaust survivor, 109 year-old Alice Herz Sommer, shares her views on how to live a long and happy life.
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‘That Awkward Moment’ Just Behind ‘Ride Along’ at Friday Box Office

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube’s “Ride Along” is heading for a box-office three-peat, after holding off a challenge from the R-rated bro-mantic comedy “That Awkward Moment” on Friday. “That Awkward Moment,” which features young stars Zac Efron, Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan, was in that same range…
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After surrendering, C. African fighters flee in the night

Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - Around 200 fighters in the strife-torn Central African Republic who surrendered to African Union troops at the weekend in a key northern town have fled, a military source said Sunday. They've gone to Kaga Bandoro," an officer in the AU force known as MISCA…
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No. 2 Syracuse beats No. 17 Duke in the Game of the Year

“We’ve had a lot of games in here that have been great, but there’s never been a game as good as this one.” That’s what Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim told Shannon Spake after the No. 2 Orange knocked off No. 17 Duke, which is a strong statement but one that Boeheim could very well…
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US military, Lockheed deem driverless convoy test a success

The US Army, along with defense contractor Lockheed Martin say they've successfully tested an autonomous vehicle convoy system that does away with human drivers in the name of safety and speed. Lockheed ran the test in Fort Hood, Texas earlier this month, and says the driverless convoys…
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‘Superman Returns’ Director Bryan Singer on Why He Cast Brandon Routh Over Henry Cavill

“Superman Returns” director Bryan Singer offered his thoughts on Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” in a recent interview with Empire (via Comic Book Movie). I know how hard it is to make a movie, especially one of these movies and especially a Superman movie, and there was so much I was impressed with…
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Why is there bad blood between Brian Urlacher and Bears?

After 13 years with the organization, you'd think Brian Urlacher and the Bears would be at least on amicable terms. But apparently, that's not the case.
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The Best TVs on the Market Right Now

Looking for the best TVs? Here are five sets to consider.
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Man Stands Up For Groom's Role In Wedding Planning

DEAR ABBY: Why is a wedding always about the bride? Why is the groom often ignored and the occasion not about both of them? I find this offensive as a man who, by tradition, is supposed to "take care of her," but is ignored as a partner in the relationship. The whole deal about the day being about…
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Spurs sign Shannon Brown to 10-day contract

The Spurs have signed Shannon Brown to a 10-day contract, a move announced on Saturday via official release. The team also released Othyus Jeffers, whom they had previously called up from the D-League on a 10-day contract following the injury to Kawhi Leonard. Brown played well for the Phoenix Suns…
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Kristen Bell Wages Twitter War With People Magazine Over ‘Pedorazzi’ Photos of Kids

Kristen Bell is mad at People Magazine.
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President Obama Is Right. The Student Loan Crisis Is Scary and Getting Worse

Now that student debt has eclipsed $1 trillion, President Obama has pledged that more needs to be done to help those trapped by student loans.
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Geno Smith: I’m not a troublemaker

Jets quarterback Geno Smith said Saturday that he expects to have competition for the starting job this offseason, something that coach Rex Ryan and General Manager John Idzik have both intimated since the end of the regular season by resisting offers to name Smith their starting quarterback for…
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Durham police investigate fatal shooting on Liberty Street

Officers found a 28-year-old man lying dead on Liberty Street Saturday afternoon.
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Netanyahu: Boycott attempts won't hurt Israel

JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday dismissed warnings by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel could be targeted by a growing boycott campaign if peace talks with the Palestinians fail.
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Florida QB recruit named Parade Player of the Year

If recruiting honors and accolades mean anything, Florida doesn’t have long to wait until its quarterback woes are solved. Parade Magazine has named Gators quarterback recruit Will Grier — how has already enrolled in school in Gainesville — as its Player of the Year. Grier’s senior season stats at…
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What Are the Odds Bitcoin Soars to $100,000?

Could Bitcoin ever fly as high as $100,000?
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5 Movie Franchises That Gambled With a Reboot and Won

When it comes to rebooting a series or franchise, Hollywood has an uneven track record.
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Top 5 uncommitted recruits heading in to National Signing Day

Decision day looms for college football recruits around the country. A number have already made their decisions through a verbal commitment, but on Wednesday will mark the first time those solid verbals can be become official with the signing of a National Letter of Intent. A handful of recruits…
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Eric Decker's Wife Jessie James: How the Broncos' Wives Got Them to the Super Bowl

Country singer and reality star Jessie James has formed a strong sisterhood with the other wives of the players on the AFC Champion Denver Broncos. Her husband Eric Decker is a star wide receiver for the team and a big reason they have made it...
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Second Amendment: The Right To Bear Arms

As part of the National Constitution Center's 27 Amendments (In 27 Days) project, each day we will look at a constitutional amendment. Today, we look at the Second Amendment, which protects individuals’ rights to possess firearms unconnected to any service in a militia.
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How Facebook changed our lives

In just a decade, the social media juggernaut has transformed the way we interact
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