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Why Ukraine's Former Prime Minister (and Her Hair) Are So Important
A momentous deal signed today by Ukraine’s parliament put an end to weeks of protests and violence in the country and, perhaps as importantly, freed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, she of the famous hair braids. The golden crown on Tymoshenko’s head has become iconic during...
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Miley Cyrus Kissed Katy Perry – And She Liked It – During Bangerz Tour Concert (Photo & Video)

Madonna and Britney’s 2003 MTV VMAs kiss that shook the world may have just got upstaged — figuratively and literally.
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The buzz surrounding Kate Upton’s ‘Zero Gravity’ is still in orbit

Unless you spent the better part of the week in actual orbit or transfixed by balancing goats, you probably caught wind of the groundbreaking photoshoot that Sports Illustrated pulled off with supermodel Kate Upton. If you haven't had a chance … Continue reading →
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UFC 170: Ronda Rousey dominates Sara McMann, bout ends in controversial fashion

What was supposed to be the greatest test of Ronda Rousey's career in the main event of UFC 170 didn't end up being much of a match.
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Hubble Space Telescope Spies Spin of Nearby Galaxy

For the first time, astronomers have precisely calculated the rotation rate of a galaxy by measuring the tiny movements of its constituent stars. Observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveal that the central part of the nearby Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy (LMC) completes one rotation…
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Legal Marijuana Will Soon Be Coming to a State Near You

Colorado's tax coffers are exploding with revenue from the sale of marijuana. With this as an example, it's only a matter of time before other states follow suit.
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Pizza Hut Is About To Face A PR Nightmare

The fast-food industry strikes again when it comes to disgusting. The most recent incident takes place at a Pizza Hut in West Virginia, and it’s probably going to make you lose your appetite.
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Parents' Irresponsibility Could Put Son At Mercy Of The State

DEAR ABBY: When my son was 17, he met an "older girl" who was 21 and began an on-again, off-again relationship with her. Fast-forward two years: He now has a felony and several misdemeanors for fighting with her, and they have a wonderful little baby boy whom neither can take care of. I have been…
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Memory Lane: 15 Household Items From Your Childhood That New Houses Will Never See (16 photos)

As technology continues to evolve all around us, household items that were once commonplace have slowly fallen out of favor to be replaced by the latest and greatest. Whatever happened to the electric bun warmers that Mom and Grandma had? Would a rotary phone even work on the digital infrastructure…
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Former Supreme Court Justice: Second Amendment Must Be Changed

With three cases related to gun control set to be argued before the Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens believes the justices should consider changing the Second Amendment.
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Woman held in tribal shooting known as bully

CEDARVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Practically everyone in this tiny town in the high desert of northeastern California's Surprise Valley knew Cherie Lash Rhoades.
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Could These 2 States Go Tax-Free Soon?

Seven states have no income tax, but these two could be on the road to joining them. Find out about them here.
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Top 10: Which vehicles will last 200,000 miles?

Only one car makes the list, Honda's Accord. The rest are pickups and SUVs
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Source of Stonehenge Bluestone Rocks Identified

Scientists have found the exact source of Stonehenge's smaller bluestones, new research suggests. The work "locates the exact sources of the stones, which highlight areas where archaeologists can search for evidence of the human working of the stones," said geologist and study co-author Richard…
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Yanukovych's wild spending revealed by documents at lavish estat

Lamp fittings worth tens of millions of euros, money transfers for vast sums, lists of critical journalists: more evidence of ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych's pampered lifestyle and paranoia emerged on Sunday. As parliament voted to handover his lavish private estate -- including a…
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13 Dog Breeds Ideal for Small Space Living

Yes, he's a giant breed, but his gentle temperament and moderate activity level can make the adult Mastiff a fine companion for life in an apartment or condo, as long as you can provide him with a daily walk and survive the active, destructive stage of puppyhood. This imperial dog from China has a…
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You won’t believe the lenient punishment for this kindergartener-dragging principal [VIDEO]

NBC Connecticut has obtained damning school surveillance video appearing to show an elementary school principal dragging kindergarteners down school hallways on two separate occasions. The principal is Carmen Perez Dickson. At the time, she was the chief administrator at Tisdale School in…
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Will You Be Hit by This Massive Obamacare Side Effect?

This huge side effect of Obamacare appears poised to impact millions of Americans. Here's how you could win or lose.
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Quote of the Day: Kevin Garnett profanely clarifies his relationship with Glen Davis

There are plenty of teams interested in signing Glen Davis for the remainder of the season after he agreed to a buyout of his contract with the Orlando Magic. The Nets and the Clippers are believed to be the front runners, mainly because of the ties Davis has to Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in…
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Two Arrested in the Heather Elvis Case

Cellphone records lead to a South Carolina couple who spoke with her before she disappeared.
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Mexico captures No.1 drug kingpin 'Shorty' Guzman

By Michael O'Boyle MAZATLAN, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's most wanted man, drug cartel kingpin Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman, was captured on Saturday with help from U.S. agencies in a major victory for the government in a long, grisly war. Guzman, known as "El Chapo" (Shorty) in Spanish, has long run…
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Kiss Says It Won't Play at Rock HOF Induction

Dispute over lineup scuttles plans for Kiss to perform at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction
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Sinatra’s Domestic Confidant

While Ol’ Blue Eyes mingled with mobsters, politicians, and movie stars, his trusted valet was always close by, taking it all in.
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India’s Modi Attacks Chinese ‘Expansion’ in Tougher Border Stand

Indian opposition prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi criticized China for its “expansionary mindset”, signaling he would take a tougher stance in a territorial dispute along their Himalayan frontier. Speaking at an election rally in the remote northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh…
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Nigeria's leader surrounded by 'incompetent' frauds: ex-bank boss

Nigeria's former central bank chief Lamido Sanusi on Sunday described the president who ousted him as a simple man trying to do well who has been undermined by incompetent and fraudulent aides. Sanusi, widely respected by economists in Nigeria and abroad, was suspended by President Goodluck…
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Uh-Oh: Giant Squid Sightings Considered an ‘Omen’ by Japanese Fishermen

Giant squid were once the stuff of sea monster legend. Now, giant squid are turning up with regularity off the Japanese coast. Such was the concern of Shigenori Goto, who “had seen no giant squid before in [his] 15-year fishing career.” Two weeks ago, he caught a 13-footer at Sadogashima Island. …
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Daytona 500 lineup 2014: Starting grid, drivers and more

Austin Dillon remains on the front row, but Martin Truex Jr., forced to a backup car following a wreck in the second Budweiser Duel race, will have to drop back.
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Tonya Harding revisited: Victim or villain?

It's been 20 years since Tonya Harding became one of most notorious names in Olympic sports, but after filmmaker Nanette Burstein profiled the former figure skater in ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary “The Price of Gold,” her story is back in the public eye.
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These 20 Pokemon Prove Nintendo Is Out Of IdeasHuffington Post
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Will China's New Aircraft Carriers Spark a Multibillion-Dollar Weapons-Buying Bonanza?

As China builds a fleet of carriers, Australia is buying a fleet of spyplanes to watch them.
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Handwriting offers clues to early Parkinson’s detection

Israeli researchers have found an innovative and non-invasive method of diagnosing Parkinson's Disease in its early stages. There is no clinical way to diagnose the disease, usually characterised by uncontrollable physical tremors, but the scientists at Gai University say, diagnosis is as simple as…
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Former Va. first lady at heart of gift scandal

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Elaine Kubiak finds it impossible to reconcile the social-climbing, bullying and bizarre-acting former first lady of Virginia being portrayed in federal court papers and the media with the woman she's known for two decades.
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WWE: Hulk Hogan's Return Confirmed by the WWE and Why Monday Night Raw is Now a Must See

COMMENTARY | After six long years, Hulk Hogan is confirmed to return to the WWE. On Friday Feb. 21, the WWE officially announced Hogan will serve as the host for WrestleMania XXX on April 6 in New Orleans and he will be Monday Night Raw this week. "We are thrilled that Hulk Hogan has returned…
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Galaxy S5 Rumors: Everything We Think We Know About Samsung's Next Big Thing

The Galaxy S5 could soon be alive. If the rumors are true, Samsung should be revealing its fifth Galaxy S smartphone — the sequel to the super-popular Galaxy S4 — on Feb. 24, Monday of next week. Earlier this month, we warned you that the S5 was coming. Soon, it’ll probably be real. If you’re…
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Shocking opulence revealed as Ukraine leader flees home

A vast country estate, marble-lined mansions, a private golf course and zoo: the unimaginable luxury of the private residence of departed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was flung open Saturday for all to see. As parliament voted to oust Yanukovych after he fled to a pro-Russian bastion in…
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Lena Dunham Jokes About Finding a Photo of Boyfriend Jack Antonoff and His Ex Scarlett Johansson

Lena Dunham jokes about finding a photo of her boyfriend, fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff, with his ex Scarlett Johansson -- get the hilarious details
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Speedy wide receivers at combine

The wide receivers didn't fail to impress with their speed as six of them broke unofficial times in the 4.3 range at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine.
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Fox's ratings hopes pinned on ex-CNBC anchor Bartiromo

Maria Bartiromo, whose high-profile Wall Street coverage earned her the nickname "Money Honey" during two decades on business channel CNBC, now takes aim at her former employer as host of a new morning show on the rival Fox Business Network. "Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo" will air from 9-11…
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Wal-Mart's warning to the world

Do Wal-Mart's recent results indicate a problem for the economy in the US and abroad?
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A New Poll Showing Why Immigration Reform Probably Won’t Pass This Year

A new poll of Republican voters in Iowa shows why the technology industry may fail to get immigration reform – its top political goal – passed by Congress. The poll shows that 53% of Republicans in Iowa would not vote for a candidate who supported a path to citizenship for the 11 million…
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How to Install Apple's Latest Software Patches Right Now

Apple's latest update to iOS, released Friday (Feb. 21), doesn't seem important at first. But the update actually fixes a serious security flaw, possibly caused by a single stray line of code, which leaves hundreds of millions of iPhones and iPads vulnerable to hackers. If you have a device…
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Blame Canada: Their game, their gold again

Blame the Canadians for being bigger, stronger, faster, tougher, deeper, too in love with a game and maybe even too polite to boot. Sweden was the last domino to fall, but just like all the others, once the Swedes fell - 3-0 in Sunday's gold medal game, though it could easily have been 5-0 and…
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View from the Red Carpet: Do 'SI' Models Really Wear String Bikinis?

On the cover of the new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal, and Lily Aldrich bare their Jessica Rabbit-like back ends covered only by infinitesimal string bikinis
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8 Celebrity Kitchens Better Than a Live-In Chef (8 photos)

It might be impossible not to have hungry eyes when gazing at these celebrity kitchens! State-of-the-art appliances aside, it's the eye candy that's piquing our interest. From Ellen and Portia's cozy, wood-burning hearth to Tom and Gisele's antique Tunisian tile backsplash, these kitchens feel more…
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Brooke Burke-Charvet 'Eliminated' as 'DWTS' Host

Brooke Burke-Charvet not returning to Dancing with the Stars. Brooke Burke-Charvet has announced that she won't be returning as co-host in the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. Burke-Charvet -- who has co-hosted the hit ABC show with Tom Bergeron for seven seasons -- tweeted the news…
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John Elway’s faux pas describing Johnny Manziel is the funniest moment of the combine

INDIANAPOLIS – There's really only one way you should not describe Johnny Manziel at the combine, with all the focus on his lack of height. And general manager John Elway slipped up. "I think he's a great little player," Elway … Continue reading →
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Child Genius, Space Rockets, and $7,093,435,498: Going Inside the Mind of Elon Musk

This Silicon Valley entrepreneur is one of the most successful businessmen of the 21st century, but there is more to Elon Musk than meets the eye.
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Taliban says it suspends talks on US soldier

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Afghanistan's Taliban says it has suspended "mediation" with the United States to exchange captive U.S. soldier Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five senior Taliban prisoners held in U.S. custody in Guantanamo Bay, halting — at least temporarily — what was considered the best…
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Supplements Tied to Higher Prostate Cancer Risk

By Danielle Krol, M.D. A new study might have men thinking twice about taking supplements. The study, published today in the Journal of National Cancer Institute, links the micronutrients selenium and vitamin E to an increased risk of prostate cancer — a disease the supplements...
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USA Hockey players rescue dogs from Sochi

David Backes and his wife have saved and are bringing dogs back to the United States. Melanie Collins gets the story on how they are getting home and what's next for these animals.
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Jim Harbaugh viewed as a “combustible commodity”ProFootball Talk on NBC Sportsa
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2014 NASCAR Daytona 500 race day weather forecast: Rain showers equals possible delays

Will it or won't it rain for the 56th running of the Daytona 500, and if it does will we finish on Sunday or try again on Monday? The unofficial NASCAR weatherman, Meteorologist Brian Neudorff gives us the forecast for the Great American Race.
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Six Myths About Cats and Dogs

Cats will stay home if you butter their paws. I have to judge this one as false, even though every time I write about moving with cats someone will offer this suggestion.
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Why ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Might Be a Financial Disappointment

If one cast member is to be believed, you can forget about taking your kids to see “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”
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7 Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep

There's more to sleep deprivation than exhaustion. Check out these telltale signs that you need even more sleep than you think.
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Sixers’ Thaddeus Young admits to feeling left out of the trade deadline action

Since the beginning of the season, it’s been widely known around the league that the Sixers’ veteran trio of Spencer Hawes, Evan Turner, and Thaddeus Young were all available in trade as the team began its rebuilding process. Turner was involved in the biggest deal of the day, getting sent to a…
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Thirteen billboards, one paint-shop worker helped defeat union at VW plant in Chattanooga

WASHINGTON/CHATTANOOGA (Reuters) - In the aftermath of the United Auto Workers' crushing defeat in a vote to represent workers at Volkswagen's sole U.S. factory, a key question remains unanswered: did conservative politicians and anti-union groups work together to stymie the union? In an appeal to…
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Stunning Ice-Covered Great Lakes Seen from Space (Photo)

A deep freeze has settled in over the Great Lakes this winter and a new image released by NASA shows the astonishing extent of the ice cover as seen from space. NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image of the lakes on the early afternoon of Feb. 19, 2014. At the time, 80.3 percent of the five…
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Microsoft's Xbox One Is Far Weaker Than Sony's PlayStation 4, According to This Legendary Game Creator

A major third-party developer has come out in favor of Sony's latest console, further cementing the notion that Microsoft's Xbox One may be underpowered.
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The Democrats' Koch Problem

With less than seven months until the midterm elections, the biggest challenge Democrats face isn't the Affordable Care Act or the President's popularity, it's the millions of dollars being spent by the Koch brothers' financed groups, most notably Americans for Prosperity.
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Ted Nugent Apologizes for Obama 'Subhuman Mongrel' Comments

Ted Nugent is sorry -- sort of -- for calling President Barack Obama a "subhuman mongrel."
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Food stamp challenge brings awareness to students

Some University of Houston students were given $25 to feed themselves for a week, and now they're sharing what they learned
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Did ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Just Drop a Major Spoiler?

Did he just say what we think he just said?
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Adelina Sotnikova hugs judge moments after winning gold

It is now the hug seen 'round the world. When Russian Adelina Sotnikova dramatically ran through the hallways of the Iceberg Skating Palace, searching for family and friends with whom to celebrate, cameras caught her hugging and receiving warm congratulations from many people, including a woman who…
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Is Citigroup About to Increase Its Dividend by 400%?

With a slew of dividend announcements right around the corner, analysts have begun to speculate that Citigroup could hike its quarterly payout by as much as 400%. Is this accurate? Motley Fool contributor ...
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5 New Superfruits Wowing the World of Nutrition

Here are five superfruits that’ll have you feeling healthy and young.
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Evolution in US cellphone plans over past year

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — In the old days, U.S. wireless customers typically paid $100 or $200 for a phone and agreed to a two-year service contract. Although the phone actually cost hundreds of dollars more, wireless companies made up for it through the monthly service fees for voice, text and data.
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Michael Sam faces a barrage of questions … and many of them were awful

INDIANAPOLIS — The world knew that Michael Sam's press conference on Saturday at the NFL scouting combine would be a circus. We just didn't know what kinds of questions he would get. After all, Sam revealed his sexuality to the … Continue reading →
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8 toys your kids (or you) will soon want

From the Toy Fair in New York, Charles Passy finds toys for the kid in all of us.
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Pope tells cardinals to shun intrigue, cliques of a royal court

By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis urged cardinals, who make up the top echelon of the Roman Catholic Church, on Sunday to shun the intrigue, gossip and cliques typical of a royal court. Since his election nearly a year ago, Francis has often told his top aides not to live…
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Metrodome's outer walls demolished in Minnesota

Crews demolish the outer walls of the Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota, using controlled explosives. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Jimmy Fallon Sticks With His Strengths For Hit ‘Tonight Show’ Debut: Video

One week in, Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show looks a lot like Jimmy Fallon’s old Late Night – and people couldn’t be happier. Biggest difference happened on Monday night when Fallon did two opening monologues – the first in which he introduced himself and set up the show’s storyline for the next (NBC…
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Make the Fried Chicken That 1/3 of San Francisco Orders

Servers are often asked which dish is their favorite on a menu. But what you should be asking is which item is the most popular, which usually points to a signature dish. And when you hear that one-third of all guests order a certain food,...
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Don’t Blame Baby Boomers for the Shrinking Labor Pool

Labor force participation is waning, but it’s not because hordes of boomers are retiring
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Plan to Limit Some Drugs in Medicare Is Criticized

Health care groups and members of Congress are opposing an Obama administration proposal to limit coverage for three classes of drugs.
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Big Photos Of McLaren's Sleek New Supercar

The latest news comes from McLaren, which brings us a brand new supercar: the 650S. The British automaker has been on a roll in recent years, and says the new ride "learns from" its two most recent products.
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The threat of Israel boycotts more bark than bite

By Crispian Balmer JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Though voices are getting louder inside and outside Israel about the threat of economic boycotts for its continued occupation of Palestinian territories, there seems little prospect of it facing measures with real bite. With a number of European firms…
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Tony La Russa thinks “new metrics” are keeping Jeff Bagwell out of the Hall of Fame

137 plate appearances with a 1.078 OPS will have an impact on an opposing manager. Among players with at least 100 PA against the Cardinals between 1996 and 2011 (the years in which Tony La Russa managed the red birds) former Astros first baseman Jeff Bagwell has the sixth-highest OPS against the…
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Unique inventions and self-made projects from China (24 photos)

From homemade Lamborghinis to helicopters and submarines, a look at some unique inventions and self-made projects from China. (Reuters)
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Car Found 40 Years Later, but Not the Owner _ Yet

Bug Mystery: Police don't know where to find man whose car was stolen in '74; found in Detroit
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Boeing's Next-Generation Plane Scores $3.8 Billion

The 737 is one of Boeing’s most popular planes. Here’s what investors should watch.
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Ukraine's Tymoshenko rallies protesters in Kiev

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — In a stunning reversal of fortune, Ukrainian opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko left imprisonment Saturday and spoke to a massive, adoring crowd, while her arch-foe President Viktor Yanukovych decamped to eastern Ukraine and vowed he would remain in power.
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LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. flies in 40-yard dash

LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. ran an unofficial 4.31 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine.
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Justin Bieber Isn’t Welcome in Atlanta Community, Neighborhood Group Plans Protest

Justin Bieber will face some very angry neighbors if he decides to move to an affluent Atlanta-area community. As word spreads that the legally-challenged pop star may be shopping for mansions in Buckhead, its community group plans to stage a protest on Monday morning. “Justin Bieber’s relocation…
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Roth IRA: The Huge Advantage Most Retirees Overlook

Roths are tax-free, but there's another big advantage they have. Find out about it here.
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Whole Foods: Temple of Quackery

Americans get riled up about creationists and climate change deniers, but lap up the quasi-religious snake oil at Whole Foods.
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You'll Never Run Out of Money in Retirement If You Do This

Find out the simple way you can make your money last a lifetime.
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Mysterious Dog Found with Vintage Photo in Collar Finds New 'Forever Home'

It was a situation that stumped the shelter: a stray dog brought into Greenville County Animal Care in South Carolina with no tags, no microchip and no way of knowing to whom he belonged. Except, that is, for one old black-and-white photo, which appeared to...
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Bulls' future tied to Bobcats' present

If youre truly invested in this Bulls season, as focused as you should be on the teams five-game winning streak heading into Sunday afternoons showdown in Miami, you should also keep an eye on Charlottes fate.
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Plan to split California into six states gains ground

Los Angeles (United States) (AFP) - A plan to divide California into six separate US states is closer to making it on to a November ballot, with organizers gaining approval to collect signatures. The seemingly far-fetched initiative, sponsored by Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper,…
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America's 5 Most Indebted States

State debt levels are rising, but none are potentially more perilous than the debt levels in these five states.
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Brooke Burke-Charvet Fired From Dancing With the Stars As Co-Host After Eight Seasons

Brooke Burke-Charvet has been fired as co-host from Dancing With the Stars after eight seasons -- get the details
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Red Lobster's Pot Is About to Boil Over

A hedge fund tries to declaw the restaurant operator in a battle over the chain's future.
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Japan drafts revision of arms exports ban: source

By Nobuhiro Kubo TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan has drafted new guidelines that would reverse a decades-old ban on weapons exports, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday, a move that could further strain ties with neighbors China and South Korea. Tokyo has been reviewing the self-imposed…
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Solid as a Rock: 11 Unbelievable Concrete Homes (12 photos)

The versatility of concrete allows architects and engineers to be innovative in their home designs. While concrete has been around as a building material since the Romans built the Colosseum, technology has improved its durability and applications, making concrete a popular option for building…
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Gareth Bale reminded everyone that he can score ridiculous goals

The Welsh attacker showed up some of the skills that convinced Real Madrid to spend a boat load of money on him over the summer. After dealing with some injuries, the Welsh attacker has finally gotten healthy and been able to get regular minutes for Carlo Ancelotti. Bale scored a lovely goal…
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After back-to-back golds, Yzerman steps down

Canada hadn't accomplished that feat since it won in 1948 and 1952.
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Lamar Odom Opens Up About Khloe Kardashian Filing for Divorce

The Former NBA Star Reveals He Still Hopes His Marriage Will Work Out
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Saudi 'seeking Pakistani arms for Syrian rebels'

Saudi Arabia is in talks with Pakistan to provide anti-aircraft and anti-tank rockets to Syrian rebels to try to tip the balance in the war to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, a Saudi source said Sunday. The United States has long opposed arming the rebels with such weapons, fearing they might…
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Agent believes Ted Thompson doesn’t want James Jones

Three years ago, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers lobbied for the team to keep receiver James Jones. This year, that may not be enough. If it even happens. “I don’t think Ted Thompson wants [Jones],” agent Frank Bauer told Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel at the Scouting Combine. …
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Move Over, Toyota Camry: There's a New No. 1 Midsize Sedan

Toyota's Camry has long been the king of the midsize sedan segment, but a new competitor has emerged on top in terms of retail sales.
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Are You Falling Out of Love With 'The Walking Dead'?

Here are a few trending "TWD" Season 4 criticisms ... and why we disagree with most of them.
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Federal wood burning rule prompts rural backlash

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A federal proposal to clean up the smoke wafting from wood-burning stoves has sparked a backlash from some rural residents, lawmakers and manufacturers who fear it could close the damper on one of the oldest ways of warming homes on cold winter days.
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Major wreck following NNS finish at Daytona

Following the checkered flag, Ryan Reed makes contact with Joe Nemechek to create a massive chain reaction of wreckage.
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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Choose Unique Name for New Baby

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have welcomed a baby boy! He came one day before Valentine's on Thursday. It's their second child together, they are already parents to son Noah, 1. The duo were married in June 2010.
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Nigeria seals state border with Cameroon

Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Nigeria has sealed a portion of its northeastern border with Cameroon to block the movement of insurgents and other criminal groups, the military said on Sunday. The closure has been imposed in Adamawa state, one of three states in the northeast placed under emergency rule…
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Soccer-English premier league results and standings

Feb 22 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Saturday Saturday, February 22Arsenal 4 Sunderland 1 Cardiff City 0 Hull City 4 Chelsea 1 Everton 0 Crystal Palace 0 Manchester United 2 Manchester City 1 Stoke City 0 West Bromwich Albion 1 Fulham 1 West…
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The 1 Legal Way You Could Get Rich From Marijuana

Marijuana is considered an illegal drug by the U.S. federal government, but there's still a way you may be able to legally benefit from it.
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How To Bring Sochi's Stray Dogs Back to the U.S.

Some U.S. Olympians have successfully brought stray dogs met in Sochi back to the U.S. Others are still struggling to cut through the red tape and airline restrictions. What's required to get a dog back to the U.S.? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
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UFC 170 Results: Daniel Cormier Crushes Patrick Cummins' “Rocky” Dream with Quick Stoppage

Patrick Cummins entered UFC 170 on just 10 days notice due to a freak training injury to Daniel Cormier’s original opponent Rashad Evans. Cummins was hailed as the Rocky story come to life as he headed into the Octagon on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Two weeks ago, Cummins was pouring coffee,…
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Anne Hathaway Reveals 4 Biggest 'Brokeback Mountain' Secrets

Anne Hathaway unearths a list of juicy behind-the-scenes "Brokeback Mountain" facts.
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LeBron takes some teasing about his broken nose

LeBron James looked groggy, battled the sniffles as he spoke and wore a large bandage Saturday over the bridge of his swollen, broken nose. None of which stopped James' Miami Heat teammates from ribbing him about the injury, which could keep him out of Sunday's game against Chicago. ''We got a…
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NAACP Image Awards: The Winners List

The 45th Annual NAACP Image Award winners were announced live during a two-hour special on Saturday evening on TV One.
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The 'Glimmer Twins': Inside the closets of Tara and Johnny

Despite the sequined, ruffled and feathered costumes seen on center ice at the Iceberg Skating Palace, figure skating fans found themselves utterly transfixed by the outfits of NBC commentators Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir. Tanith Belbin goes inside the adjoining Sochi hotel rooms of the two…
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It's Looking Like Warren Buffett Will Sell All of This Stock in 2014

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold a couple million more shares of ConocoPhillips. At this rate, Berkshire won't hold any at all by this time next year.
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Pentagon moving ahead with new vertical lift aircraft

By Andrea Shalal HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (Reuters) - The Pentagon is committed to early design work on a new aircraft that will replace thousands of helicopters now used by the U.S. military, its first "clean sheet design" program in years, the Army official heading the effort said on Friday. Dan…
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Will Ford's Risky New 2015 Mustang Decimate Chevy's Camaro?

Ford’s Mustang underwent a complete redesign. Will it be enough to beat Chevy’s Camaro sales?
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Christina Aguilera Latest Star to Fall for Average Joe

Singer Is Engaged to Former Production Assistant Matt Rutler
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Anquan Boldin, 49ers close to contract

Boldin was the team's leading receiver in 2013, his first year with the team. The San Francisco 49ers are getting close to a deal with wide receiver Anquan Boldin, as the two sides are nearing an extension, Adam Schefter is reporting. After seven years with the Cardinals and three with the…
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Mike Mayock on Jadeveon Clowney: 'There are red flags all over the place'

Following Jadeveon Clowney's proclamation that he would run a 4.4 40-yard dash, Mike Mayock discusses his uncertainty about the defensive end's work ethic.
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Orioles, Rangers, and a mystery NL West team are very interested in Ervin Santana

With Ubaldo Jimenez off the board, Ervin Santana is the last big name starting pitcher available in free agency. Maybe not for much longer, though. Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes reports that the Orioles, Rangers, and a mystery team from the NL West team are very interested in free agent…
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Teen Is Reluctant To Share Summer Camp With Friends

DEAR ABBY: I'm 14. Last summer I went to camp in a different state with my cousin "Mary." I told my friends at school about our adventures, and a couple of them said they want to go there with me next summer. Mary and I don't get a lot of time together, and camp is one of the only times when I can…
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Teen Mom 2's Adam Lind Crashes Car Into Elderly Women, Pulled From Wreckage Before Massive Explosion

Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind crashed his car into another car with two elderly women inside, he was pulled from the wreckage before his car burst into flames -- details on Chelsea Houska's baby daddy's crash
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Will Social Security Really Run Out of Money?

Is a looming financial crisis for Social Security myth or reality? The answer might surprise you.
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Ted Ligety calls Olympic slalom course setup 'borderline unsportsmanlike'

Croatian coach Ante Kostelic drew the ire of Olympic skiers for his course creation for the second time at the Sochi Games.
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US conservatives praise Russia's anti-gay laws

Two longtime opponents of the U.S. gay-rights movement on Friday announced formation of a coalition that will seek to persuade more countries around the world to follow Russia's example in passing laws that restrict gay rights.
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The Housing Market Is Plunging. Is It Time to Panic?

New data suggests that the housing market is falling out of bed. Why are so few new homes being constructed?
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North and South Koreans reunite (11 photos)

Their backs stooped, dozens of elderly North and South Koreans separated for six decades reunited Thursday , weeping and embracing in a rush of words and emotion. The reunions come during a rare period of detente between the rival Koreas and are all the more poignant because the participants will…
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Venus wins first title for 16 months

Venus Williams, the seven times former Grand Slam champion, won the WTA Dubai Open on Saturday to silence some of the doubters who said she could never make a significant come-back at the age of 33. Williams produced a magnificent performance by outplaying the tournament's sensation, Alise Cornet,…
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Ford may drop Microsoft in favor of Blackberry for in-car sync system

Blackberry is about to get a major new contract, according to a report in Bloomberg. According to sources familiar with the matter, the car company is dissatisfied with Microsoft's voice-activated sync system, and plans to drop it in favor of the cheaper QNX system made by Blackberry. The move…
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Blake Shelton Discusses His and Miranda’s New Singles, Plus ACM Co-Hosting With Luke

Blake Shelton is definitely “Doin’ What She Likes,” if we can refer to the collective country music listenership as a big ole she. He’s currently tied with Brad Paisley for the longest streak of consecutive No. 1 country singles, with 10… and he’s poised to break that record if “Doin’ What She…
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Syrian troops advance near Golan Heights city

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian government forces captured Saturday two rebel-held areas on the edge of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights after days of intense fighting near a decades-old cease-fire line between Syria and Israel, state TV said.
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The Sochi stray dogs who found homes (17 photos)

Photos of stray dogs in Sochi are all over the internet, these heartbreaking images have inspired many to take action. With the Olympics winding down, we have an update on the dogs. Here are the dogs who have been lucky enough to find a home, whether it is through a shelter or being adopted by…
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Report: Harbaugh’s future with 49ers remains uncertain

Friday’s report from Mike Florio that the Browns and 49ers nearly completed a trade that would have placed current 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh in the same division as his brother was a clear sign that earlier signs of uneasiness in the relationship between Harbaugh and the Niners haven’t gone away…
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Avalanche coach Patrick Roy critical of Ovechkin, Malkin for Olympic performance

Not afraid to speak his mind.
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Camila Alves: Husband Matthew McConaughey Isn't as Romantic as His Movie Characters

During her husband's appearance on Inside the Actors Studio Feb. 20, Camila Alves said Matthew McConaughey isn't as romantic as some of his movie characters
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Why is the US spending so much on the F-35 fighter?

Despite incessant technical problems and delays, the US military has no plans to cancel the new F-35 fighter jet, the costliest weapons program in Pentagon history. As the Pentagon prepares to unveil its proposed budget for 2015, the program's survival is not in doubt but it remains unclear how…
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Shad Khan sits in on Jaguars quarterback interviews

The Jaguars are obviously in the market for a quarterback, but they’re casting a wide net in Indianapolis looking for one. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars have already interviewed 10 quarterbacks so far, including the top three prospects — Johnny Manziel, Blake…
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DWTS Drops Cohost Brooke Burke-Charvet — Who Then Comments On Her 'Shocking' Axing

The music has stopped for Dancing With the Stars cohost Brooke Burke-Charvet. As reported by E! Online, Burke-Charvet got word on Friday afternoon that her services would not be needed for Season 18 of the ABC competition series, which premieres […]
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The Top 10 Designers to Follow on Pinterest (10 photos)

Between the gorgeous rooms and amazing products, Pinterest is already a design lover's go-to! If you follow a few top designers, the inspiration is literally endless. That's exactly how we feel following designers like Emily Henderson and Kelly Wearstler each and every time we log into Pinterest.…
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Cris Cyborg Dropping to 135 Pounds to Retire Ronda Rousey, “Like I Did Gina Carano”

There has long been tension between UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and Invicta FC featherweight champion Cris Cyborg, as their willingness to fight each other. Rousey vs. Cyborg was the first big fight that the UFC wanted to try and put together when it instituted the women's…
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Brooke Burke-Charvet Speaks Out On 'Dancing' Exit

Brooke Burke-Charvet will not be returning to co-host the next season of "Dancing with the Stars," and on Friday night, she took to Twitter to make it known that she did not choose to leave. Tom Bergeron didn't even read my name," Brooke Tweeted. I won't be returning to the show this season. --…
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Maduro: Kerry remarks give violence 'green light'

President Nicolas Maduro said Saturday that remarks by US Secretary of State John Kerry on the unrest in Venezuela gave violent groups a "green light" to carry out attacks. In a tweet, Maduro also slammed the remarks made by Kerry late Friday as "arrogant" and "insolent." "John Kerry threatens…
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Grey's Anatomy's Jessica Capshaw on Never Kissing Leah, the One (Plot) That Got Away and a Darker Arizona: 'Something Is Wrong With Her!'

Winning Callie back was a cakewalk compared to the uphill battle Arizona faces reinstating herself in the good graces of Grey’s Anatomy fans. Ever since losing her leg nearly two years ago, the sweetheart of Grey Sloan Memorial has committed multiple acts […]
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On home ice and snow, Russians win medals tally

Russia's post-Soviet athletic decline hit bottom at the Vancouver Olympics, where the once dominant winter sporting nation left with only three gold medals and the daunting task of rebuilding its team in time to host the Sochi Games. After a stunning podium sweep Sunday in the men's 50-kilometer…
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Humphries on Cousins: 'I don't really want to comment on that dude'

Things got just a tad heated last night between the Kings and Celtics. Not only did Boston coach Brady Stevens get ejected, Gerald Wallace was also tossed.
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Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour - New Orleans (22 photos)

Take a look at some of the best photos from the Rvials Camp Series presented by Under Armour at East Jefferson High School in New Orleans.
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How Will Costco Expand Its Members’ Shopping Baskets?

Costco is looking into other ways of growing its revenue other than relying on its membership fees. This will give the giant retailer long-term and sustainable means to grow both its top and bottom-lines ...
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Colorado’s Experience With Legal Pot Has U.S. Governors Curious

Colorado Democrat John Hickenlooper has a firm answer to other U.S. governors asking him about marijuana as source of revenue: Just say no. Hickenlooper said today that about a half-dozen called or asked him at this weekend’s National Governors Association meeting in Washington about his state’s…
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Ozzie Newsome on Ray Rice video: ‘It doesn’t look good’

INDIANAPOLIS — Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome didn't mince words when he was asked about the disturbing video that appears to show running back Ray Rice dragging his unconscious fianceĆ© out of a hotel elevator. "It doesn't look good," Newsome … Continue reading →
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Going it alone gives Obama new sense of purpose

This week, President Barack Obama promoted tougher fuel efficiency standards for trucks. He touted progress on initiatives to strengthen the U.S. patent system. And he signed an executive order intended ...
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5 Best Shortstops to Ever Play in the MLB

A list of the five best shortstops to ever play baseball.
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The Incredible Change That Could Save the Postal Service

A recent paper suggesting monumental change to the Postal Service the has gained the support of Congressmen and that could evolve the service beyond your mailbox.
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Kerrigan looks back, 20 years after Harding drama

SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Nancy Kerrigan stood in front of a group of reporters, voice quivering and hands fidgeting as she described her emotions after watching a one-hour retrospective on the figure skating scandal that shook the Olympic earth 20 years ago.
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Retired Halladay returns to spring training

CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -- Retirement is not keeping Roy Halladay away from baseball.
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Eight board games you never knew existed (8 photos)

Pop culture is a melting pot. Crossovers are common, but occasionally we're still taken off guard (like when eagle-eyed viewers spotted R2-D2 in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek: Into Darkness). Surprisingly, many of the most unexpected crossovers happen in the board game world. Merchandising gone wrong, or…

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Hamas says to privatise Gaza crossing

Gaza City (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - The Gaza Strip's militant Hamas rulers have said they plan to let private contractors take over the running of the Palestinian territory's border crossings with Egypt and Israel. "The government is to give the private sector the opportunity to handle the…
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Nokia Lumia 630 appears in leaked image, first Windows Phone with on-screen buttons

Microsoft detailed some of the hardware aspects of Windows Phone 8.1 earlier today, and now a leaked image is providing an early look at one of the first handsets that will run the new operating system update. Evleaks has posted a photo of Nokia's Lumia 630, codenamed Moneypenny, and it clearly…
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Mexico kingpin's arrest a victory that may fuel violence

By Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government scored a huge victory with the capture of the country's most wanted drug lord but the cartels will remain a powerful force and could unleash a fresh wave of violence as they fight for control of his turf. In a lightning raid early on…
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Andrew Bailey, Yankees agree to minor-league deal

Bailey won't be able to pitch for a few months yet, but could be a boon in the second half for New York. Bailey was non-tendered by Boston this offseason after having surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. He was only able to pitch in 49 games over two years with the Red Sox after…
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Fox’s ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot May Already Be in Trouble

The studio named the cast for next spring's 'Fantastic Four' reboot in a rushed attempt to steal PR momentum from Marvel and 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' and got crushed in the process.
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Hulkamania running wild again in WWE return

Hulkamania is running wild again in the WWE. Hulk Hogan, perhaps the biggest star in the company's 50-year history, is set to bring the red-and-yellow back to the sports entertainment behemoth and will host the April 6 WrestleMania in New Orleans. Hogan will also bring the muscle for the WWE's…
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JR still a presence as 3rd 'Dallas' season opens

J.R. Ewing is gone, but his presence still looms large on "Dallas" — along with the influence of the actor who made the conniving oilman one of television's most beloved characters. The third ...
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Soccer--'Stupid' rule cost Arsenal, not referee, says Platini

(Adds Arsene Wenger quotes) By Mike Collett NICE, France, Feb 22 (Reuters) - UEFA president Michel Platini has repeated his call for the "triple punishment" of red card, penalty and suspension to be dropped following two controversial dismissals in the Champions League this week. On Tuesday…
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Djokovic says Becker hired to improve mental toughness

By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Coach Boris Becker can help Novak Djokovic acquire a greater mental toughness to better his recent record in grand slam finals, the Serb said ahead of the Dubai Championships which begin on Monday. The world number two will return to action this week in what will…
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4 Movie Sequels Primed to Explode in 2014

2013 was the highest grossing year in film history. Can these four sequels help 2014 break last year's record? Alexander Language Schools, Franchise Alexander Language Schools
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