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At Ukrainian base, standoff turns into circus

PEREVALNE, Ukraine (AP) — Just inside the main gate to the military base, four young Ukrainian soldiers stood in the middle of the road, as if somehow they alone could stop what was on the other side.
Associated Press46 mins ago
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Prince George Takes Center Stage on William and Kate's Overseas Tour

Royal Family Visiting New Zealand and Australia
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Report: Jim Harbaugh’s “act has worn thin” in the 49ers locker room

At this rate, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh’s infamous “who’s got it better than us?” victory cry eventually may become a “who hasn’t got it better than us?” lament. With most of the last nine days devoted to a dissection of the dysfunction between Harbaugh and 49ers G.M. Trent Baalke, Ann Killion of…
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Ukraine mobilizes after Putin's 'declaration of war'

By Natalia Zinets and Alissa de Carbonnel KIEV/BALACLAVA, Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukraine mobilized for war on Sunday and Washington threatened to isolate Russia economically, after President Vladimir Putin declared he had the right to invade his neighbor in Moscow's biggest confrontation with the West…
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Kobe Bryant Pays Tribute To Allen Iverson With Instagram Post

Kobe Bryant paid tribute to Allen Iverson on Friday in a moving Instagram post, the same night that the Philadelphia 76ers retired the 11-time All-Star's number and raised his jersey to the rafters at the Wells Fargo Center. "Time has wings my brotha. Your game pushed my then 21 year old self to…
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Uncle Sam Will Give You $2,000 to Save for Retirement

Here's how to get up to $2,000 from the government, just for saving for retirement.
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‘Captain Phillips’ Oscar Nominee Barkhad Abdi Is Broke

Barkhad Abdi is in the running for Oscar gold Sunday, but actual wealth eludes him. Abdi has been widely praised for his role in “Captain Phillips” as the desperate pirate Muse, and even ad-libbed the film’s signature line: “I’m the captain now.” But a New Yorker story reveals that he is now…
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Fatal car accident in Johnston County

A young man is killed in a violent crash, but his girlfriend, riding in the front seat, manages to survive.
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Massive storm system takes aim at winter-weary Midwest, East

By Victoria Cavaliere NEW YORK (Reuters) - A massive winter storm system packing cold air, snow and freezing rain was pummeling the central United States on Sunday and headed for the East Coast, sending temperatures plummeting and causing major delays for weekend travelers. The storm "is going to…
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Tiger Woods Withdraws From 2014 Honda Classic During Final Round

Tiger Woods withdrew from the 2014 Honda Classic during the final round on Sunday after playing just 13 holes. Woods was 5-over par on the day in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. before pulling out of the tournament, citing back problems. Official reason for @TigerWoods WD is a back injury. #pgatour…
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Jim Parsons Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches

“How long is this elevator ride?” Jim Parsons desperately asked, bringing to a close a wretched Saturday Night Live sketch about an executive trying (and failing) to hastily exit his office building while clutching a bag containing his soiled underwear. […]
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Animal-Lover Is Appalled By Camouflage Wedding

DEAR ABBY: My nephew is getting married next year. I was very excited because I love him and I'm a baker. I had planned on making the groom's cake as I did for his brother's and sister's weddings. The problem is, they have decided on a hunting theme for their wedding -- including a camouflage…
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History reburied? NY's 1755 battle site covered up

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP) — The French and Indian War battle won here by green Colonial troops is just a footnote in most history books, but the way Randy Patten sees it, the New England farmers who fell during an ambush that opened the fighting didn't need to be buried a second time, 250 years later.
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Connery says Scottish independence a chance 'too good to miss'

James Bond star Sean Connery urged his fellow Scots on Sunday to vote for independence in their referendum later this year, saying it was an opportunity "too good to miss". The 83-year-old actor, one of the most high-profile backers of the Scottish National Party's campaign for a 'yes' vote in…
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Warren Buffett Gets Away With Paying His Employees Less By Using This One Weird Trick

Yesterday, Berkshire Hathaway's annual...
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4 Spots to Pet Your Cat and One to Avoid

Some things really do get better with age. I have long joked that my hairline isn't one of them, but I know one thing that is: My ability to understand cats better, and to build a stronger, more fulfilling bond with the felines in my life and in my practice.
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10 Most Dependable Cars on the Road

Here are the 10 cars that scored highest in J.D. Power's Vehicle Dependability Study of 2014.
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50 greatest supercars of all time (50 photos)

From Edmunds.com Supercars are the cars that set the standards. Cars built as technological statements by their makers and often with the claim of being the best in the world. They're the cars of which dreams are made, passions are inflamed and imaginations fueled. They are what makes loving cars…
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Paula Patton Looks Stunning in First Red Carpet Appearance After Robin Thicke Split: Picture

Paula Patton looked stunning at her first red carpet appearance at the Independent Spirit Awards on March 1 following her split from Robin Thicke -- see the photo
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5 Modern Vehicles that are Older than You Might Expect

These days, most autos are all about being “new and improved,” with fancy features like continuously variable transmissions and cylinder deactivation. Even in this constantly changing world, however, there’s still a place for vehicles that have a long, established past behind them. In honor of this…
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Here's The Story About The Economy That Liberals Don't Want To Hear

Since the financial crisis, liberals have been...
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California's Dirty Secret Means it Needs Tesla More Than It Thinks

The Sunshine State has a dirty little secret.
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Barcelona vs. Almeria: Final score 4-1, Blaugrana overpower Almeria

Barcelona were tested by Almeria but in the end were simply too much as they pulled away late for a 4-1 victory. Alexis S├ínchez and Lionel Messi scored in the first half and late second-half goals from Carles Puyol and Xavi secured all three points for the home side. Cesc F├ábregas' shot from just…
SB Nation56 mins ago
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6 Insane Land Rover Conversions

We Americans love the Jeep Wrangler for its ability to drive just about anywhere, and its incredible versatility. Some may even call it an automotive swiss army knife. Across the pond, there is another vehicle of equal versatility– the Land Rover Defender. The venerable off-roader is quite useful,…
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Here's what The Flash will look like in his upcoming TV pilot

CW has ordered a pilot for The Flash, and with production set to begin next week, the network is giving us our first peek at the latest incarnation of DC Comics' fastest man on Earth. Little is known about the series so far, but Grant Gustin (Glee) will play scientist Barry Allen. The show's being…
The Verge
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Bring the Outside in with This Colorful Shade (11 photos)

Color is a powerful element in interior design. It can evoke a psychological response, conjure emotion and create a distinct personality for the room. A colorful piece can be used to draw the eye to a particular focal point such as a gorgeous rug, a statement piece of furniture or a stunning…
At Home
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10 Cars That Are Most Likely to Get You a Ticket

These 10 cars are the most likely to be ticketed. You may be surprised by two of the major trends that emerged from this list.
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23-year-old designer creates a way to play the Nintendo 64 over HDMI (interview)

Some of the best games ever made might look better soon thanks to this upcoming HDMI converter for the Nintendo 64.
GamesBeat
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Dramatic Video Captures Big Wave Crashing Through Santa Barbara Restaurant

The full force of this weekend`s powerful winter storm was demonstrated during an incredible video that captured the moment when a huge wave violently crashed through windows of a seaside restaurant in Santa Barbara. This story airead on the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Saturday, March 1, 2014.
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Diet to Reduce Blood Pressure May Also Stave Off Kidney Stones

SATURDAY, March 1, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A diet originally designed to lower blood pressure may also be effective for preventing kidney stones, according to a new study. Researchers say a diet based on the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hyper...
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Ausmus has decisions to make with Detroit lineup

Austin Jackson has already bounced around the batting order a bit at spring training, hitting fifth, sixth and even fourth for the Detroit Tigers. He's hit almost exclusively in the leadoff spot in his first four major league seasons, but the Tigers now have other potential options for the top of…
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After Train Station Massacre Labeled 'China's 9/11,' a Wide Search for Culprits

A band of 10 or more people wearing black face masks and brandishing long knives walked into a busy train station in southwestern China on Saturday night and began to indiscriminately attack civilians. At least 130 people injured in the attack were soon brought to hospitals across Kunming, capital…
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Welcome to the Big 2-0! Justin Bieber Celebrates His Birthday

Justin Bieber rang in his 20th birthday on Saturday and kissed his teen years goodbye surrounded by plenty of love from his nearest and dearest.
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Harley-Davidson Thinks Beyond 2 Wheels, Rolls Out 3-Wheeled Motorcycle In Japan

There are certain American products that seem to do well overseas no matter what, and Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG ) is certainly on that list. The iconic motorcycles seem to occupy a certain place in the ...
Benzinga
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Jamie Dornan Learned To Walk For 'Fifty Shades'

Jamie Dornan may have fought off loads of competition to land one of the most buzzed-about roles this year, but the handsome actor has revealed he has a weakness: walking. In an appearance on the UK's "Graham Norton Show" on Friday, the 31-year-old, who will play Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of…
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Jaroslav Halak may not be long for Buffalo

He was acquired in the Ryan Miller trade Friday night.
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3 Top Tricks of Successful Job Seekers

In a decade of recruiting for countless sales and marketing jobs spanning numerous industries and locations, there is a reliable stable of tricks I’ve seen job seekers use to put themselves ahead of the crowd in any interviewing situation. Below are the top 3 tactics to take your interviewing to…
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The Mass Market Tesla E Will Have A 200 Mile Range, Be Roughly 20% Smaller Than Tesla S

A few new details about Tesla’s upcoming ‘affordable’ electronic vehicle came out of a talk the company’s founder and CEO Elon Musk gave last week. Musk shared info around what we can expect from the upcoming mass market ‘Model E’ from the electric car-maker, and those details suggest we’ll see a…
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Which membership pays off faster: AAA or Amazon?

Paying for a company's annual membership may not save you much money. How to make memberships pay for warehouse clubs, theme parks, Amazon and more.
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If You Want to Buy a Home This Year, Here's Some Really Bad News

A slew of recent reports suggests that the housing recovery is faltering. But there's one that should be of particular concern to prospective homebuyers.
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The Ford GT40: America Takes on the World

Traditionally, US carmakers have a different approach to performance vehicles than our friends across the pond. The Europeans favor what may be called the “supermodel” philosophy: keep the package small and shed as much weight as possible. We Yanks, on the other hand, don’t mind a few pounds as…
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Here's Why Your Dog Listens to You

Dogs and Humans Process Voices Similarly, New Research Shows
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Fake Google Maps listings recorded calls to the FBI, Secret Service The Verge
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The 4-Letter Word That Can Ruin Your Credit

Average American Owes About $225,000 in Debt
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Set to strike it rich

Ndamukong Suh is ready to cash in his chips and become one of the game’s highest paid players.
National Football Post
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10 Gold DIYs That Deserve a Medal (10 photos)

We aren't the only ones with gold fever - design bloggers are gilding everything from trash cans to Home Depot hardware for an instant upgrade. Who knew that a can of metallic spray paint or gold leaf materials could cure a snooze-worthy space? See the 10 home items we're itching to give a gold…
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Germany: Putin accepts Merkel contact group idea

BERLIN (AP) — The German government said Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday accepted a proposal by Chancellor Angela Merkel to set up a "contact group" aimed at facilitating dialogue in the Ukraine crisis.
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‘Son of God’ Was Born Before ‘The Bible’ And Angels Helped Along The Way

They knew what they had was dynamic. They were smart, did their research and worked hard — and the result was the Son Of God big-screen version that is expected to gross anywhere from $25.7M to $26.7M in its debut weekend. People in this world achieve great success for a reason, but not all get the…
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Ancient beasts roam Spain's wilderness

Campanarios De Azaba (Spain) (AFP) - In an oak wood spanning the border of Spain and Portugal, an ancient sight unfolds: wild horses, not saddled or shoed, but roaming free as they did centuries ago. Farming has declined in Spain, leaving the countryside deserted, conservationists say. Now the wild…
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The 'N-Word' and the 'R-Word'

Sometimes you have to listen for the silences to understand what is actually being said. The NFL is considering penalties against players if they utter one of the most despicable racial slurs against African Americans.
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3 Reasons YOU Should Date an Older Guy

by ScrewingTheRules Dating Coach Laurel House
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What Does NATO Do After Crimea?

On the centenary of World War I, Europe's suddenly facing a crisis of Russian aggression. Why NATO must make a show of strength and reassure its Eastern members.
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Joakim Noah frustrated with rookie Tony Snell’s effort on celebration

This may be the most Joakim Noah thing ever — check out the look he shoots rookie Tony Snell when Snell doesn’t give it his all in a run-and-bump post basket celebration Friday night. The Bulls had come from behind and were about to pick up a quality win over Dallas on the road and…
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Airline passengers benefit from a food fight

A food fight is breaking out in the airline industry.
Los Angeles Times
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Delaware skeletal remains ID'd as those of missing man

Police say skeletal remains found in Newark have been identified as those of a man reported missing about a year and a half ago.
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NASA's Planet-Hunting Kepler Spacecraft a 'Gift That Keeps on Giving'

NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space telescope may be down, but it's far from out. Though a glitch ended Kepler's original operations last May, the mission continues to discover distant worlds, adding a whopping 715 new exoplanets to the tally on Wednesday (Feb. 26). "Kepler is the gift that keeps on…
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US Ambassador Ford on what's gone wrong in Syria and where it's headed

In his first public comments since stepping down as US ambassador to Syria on Friday, Robert Ford addressed the failure to contain Syria's bloody civil war, laying most of the blame at the feet of President Bashar al-Assad and his government's international backers. “You have one Al Qaeda faction…
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10 SUVs to Steer Clear Of in 2014

Here are 10 SUVs that Consumer Reports is urging buyers to stay away from.
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6 Heart-Healthy Foods to Lower Your Cholesterol

High cholesterol puts many at risk for a number of related illnesses, and the CDC reports that over 33 percent of Americans are affected.
Y! Health
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Why General Motors Is Putting the 2014 Chevy Silverado on Sale

Sales are down and inventories are up. Now a price cut is coming. This isn't good news for GM.
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The Best Time To Book A Plane Ticket, According To New Study

Finally, there’s a scientific answer to that magic number of days before a flight when tickets are at their cheapest. The answer? Are you ready? Are you reeeally ready? Fifty-four days before takeoff is, on average, when domestic airline tickets are at their absolute lowest price. And if you don’t…
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The Most Despicable Thing Bank of America Has Ever Done

Bank of America has employed a number of questionable business practices over the last few years, but one policy towers over the rest in terms of its moral and ethical offensiveness.
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Dale Weise’s face looks like someone took a skate blade to it (Photo)

In Saturday night's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Canadiens forward Dale Weise took a Nazem Kadri skate to the face while down on the ice. Lucky for Weise, the skate missed anything major on his face, and only cut … Continue reading →
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Steal Sophia Bush's Decorating Style (8 photos)

One look at Sophia Bush's cozy, eclectic home in the Hollywood Hills, and you instantly know it's a diva-free zone. When this jet-setting actress isn't on location shooting Chicago PD or trekking the globe as an activist for organizations like Pencils of Promise, she's probably at home. Since…
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Would the Pistons really hire Isiah Thomas as their GM? SB Nation
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Um… Isn't there anyone else? RT @sbnation: The Pistons may be considering hiring Isiah Thomas as their GM. sbn.to/NJuWSV 6 hrs ago
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Top 5 Easygoing Dog Breeds

When it comes to canine companions, does just the idea of a dog who needs someone to run and play with him for hours on end exhaust you? If so, one of these five dog breeds might be your new best friend. We asked 122 veterinary professionals for their opinions on which dog breeds they considered…
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Hudson gets more than Sunday drive in Giants debut

Programming note: Giants Insider Andrew Baggarly is in Arizona; SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Six months after Tim Hudson fractured his ankle while covering first base, he made his spring debut for the Giants on Sunday. First baseman Brandon Belts throw got past him for an error. And Hudson was able to redeem…
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5 Workouts That Burn 100 Calories in 10 Minutes

You’re feeling guilty. Maybe you shouldn’t have had that extra cookie. Try one of these 10 minute workouts that will burn 100 calories.
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Norman Reedus: 'No Ego' On 'Walking Dead' Set

There's a close camaraderie among the cast and crew of "The Walking Dead."
Access Hollywood
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Jimmy Fallon, Chicago mayor take a chilly dip

CHICAGO (AP) — Comedian Jimmy Fallon took a quick but icy dip in Lake Michigan — dressed in a full suit and tie — eyes bulging as he darted out of the slushy water and headed straight for a pile of dry towels.
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U.S. Government Deals a Devastating Blow to For-Profit Education

In a stunning lawsuit against ITT Educational Services -- the company running the for-profit college ITT Technical Institute -- the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has accused the firm against ...
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Why Saturday's win was Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.'s most important yet

Chavez Jr. delivered against a game Bryan Vera, but was it enough to lure fans back to his fights?
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The 10 Steepest Streets In America

Think San Francisco has a monopoly on hellishly vertical inclines? Think again. Fixr, an online network for small businesses, rounded up the top ten steepest streets in the U.S. into one neat infographic, causing a stir of debate among seasoned travelers, ambitious cyclists and opinionated…
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Incredible Images From Oscar-Nominated Films (12 photos)

Film is a medium that relies upon moving pictures. As such, it's no surprise that many of this weekend's Oscar-nominated films are full of awe-inspiring images. Here are some of the most jaw-dropping examples.
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9 French Toast Recipes That Will Have You Saying ‘Oui!’ to Brunch

Everyone can make French toast, which has endless variations. Here are nine recipes that will have you begging for brunch every day of the week.
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Must-have car features, and those you can skip

We see lots of new features while testing about 80 new vehicles each year. Here are some that are worth getting and some that we definitely wouldn’t pay extra for. Voice controls. Using your voic...
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Birth Control and Obesity Linked to MS

It's not clear what causes Multiple Sclerosis (MS), an immune disorder that is typically diagnosed between ages 20 to 40. But researchers are seeking more clues.
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What Happens When Your Arm Falls Asleep? - Discovery News

You wake up in the middle of the night because you've been sleeping on your arm. You feel a weird, tingly feeling all throughout that limb. Laci is here to talk to you about why you feel this, and if it could ever be dangerous to your health.
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No longer loyal to Scouts, boys join Trail Life

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas (AP) — Chatting in the living room one night, Ron Orr gave his 15-year-old son Andrew a choice: He could stick with the Boy Scouts of America and his mission to become an Eagle Scout, or he could join Trail Life USA — the new Christian-based alternative that excludes…
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Watch Stephen Colbert lambast the NSA and Snowden at security conference

Stephen Colbert delivered his somewhat controversial keynote speech at the annual RSA security conference Friday, and took the opportunity to lambast the NSA, Edward Snowden, and Mt. Gox, and launch his own "Cloud Fog" security service. "We can trust the NSA," explains Colbert, "because without a…
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Joe Biden Mistakenly Tries To Sell Canadian Woman On Obamacare

Vice President Joe Biden delivered a strong Obamacare sales pitch in Arizona on Friday. KTVK-TV captured video of the vice president visiting Butterfield's Pancake House and Restaurant in Scottsdale, Ariz. Before entering the establishment, he sat down next to a woman named "Jackie" out front.
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Venezuelans hit Caracas streets for more protests

Thousands of Venezuelans dressed in white, blowing on whistles and blasting horns, protested in Caracas Sunday against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, the latest in escalating demonstrations that have left 18 people dead. Hours earlier, authorities released dozens of protesters and an…
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The 3 Most Polluting States

Who are the biggest carbon culprits in the nation?
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2014 Spirit Awards: Backstage Twitter Snapshots (12 photos)
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NASCAR Phoenix 2014: Start time, TV schedule for The Profit on CNBC 500

Brad Keselowski will try to finish the job from the pole on Sunday.
SB Nation
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Lupita Nyong'o Shows Off Toned Abs in Cut-Out Dress: Picture

Oscar nominee Lupita Nyong'o looked stunning -- and showed off her toned abs -- in a cut-out dress during the Women in Film Pre-Oscar party in L.A. on Friday, Feb. 28 -- see the picture
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California governor unsure legal pot is good plan

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California Governor Jerry Brown said he is not sure legalizing pot is a good idea in his state because the country could lose its competitive edge if too many people are getting stoned.
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9 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your 401(k) Retirement Plan

401(k) plans are increasingly popular, but they're not foolproof.
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TUF China Finale Results: Dong Hyun Kim Wins with Stunning Spinning Knockout

The “Stun Gun,” Dong Hyun Kim, stole the show at The Ultimate Fighter China Finale on Saturday at the CotaiArena in Macao, China. Kim and John Hathaway both opened ready to end their main event fight early. Hathaway launched some solid knees to the body, but Kim rocked him with a wide right hand…
MMA Weekly
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A Man's Battle Against Bone Cancer Raises Awareness of Rare Disease

By Edo Paz, M.D. It started with mild back pain — a seemingly minor issue that David Munczinski chalked up to a recent hiking trip. That was in the summer of 2011. Munczinski, then a 28-year-old enrolled in business school at Wharton, expected the discomfort...
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Wisconsin Republican lawmakers seek to remove majority leader

By Brendan O'Brien MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Wisconsin Republican lawmakers will attempt to remove Assembly Majority Leader Bill Kramer from his leadership post after two women accused him of sexual harassment last week, according to local media on Sunday. The Republican caucus in the Assembly will…
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In Massive Deal, Lionsgate Pays $7 Million For Jesse Eisenberg-Kristen Stewart Pic ‘American Ultra’

EXCLUSIVE: The appetite for scripts and partially finished films is soaring. Lionsgate is tying up a deal today to pay $7 million to pre-buy U.S. distribution rights to American Ultra, the action comedy that begins shooting in New Orleans in five weeks with Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart…
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Oscars 2014: Behind the Scenes Beauty (6 photos)

See the stars candid snapshots as they get glammed up for the 86th Annual Academy Awards.
Yahoo Movies
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The elaborate cameras that filmed Jean-Claude Van Damme in 'Hard Target'

Hard Target was John Woo's first foray into the world of Hollywood movies, and it looks as though the Chinese director took full advantage of the extra budget afforded him. In the brief clip below, produced by the Los Angeles Times in 1993, you can see some of the many and elaborate moving camera…
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Franchitti: “It’s going to take a while to get back to normal”

The retired three-time Indy 500 winner reveals he can drive a road car again but still has a long way to go in his recovery efforts.
NBC Sports
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Israel's ultra-Orthodox stage huge anti-draft protest

More than 300,000 ultra-Orthodox Jews took to Jerusalem's streets for a mass prayer vigil Sunday in protest at plans to conscript their young men for Israeli military or civilian service. Bearing signs bearing slogans such as "War on religion" and "Military service will not be imposed upon us," the…
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10 Obamacare Facts You Need to Know After 5 Months

No opinions; just facts! The 10 Obamacare facts you need to know after five months.
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Windows Phone 8.1 Start Screen backgrounds revealed in screenshots

Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update will include an option to set a background image on the Start Screen. While the software maker has been experimenting with methods to support this, The Verge understands Microsoft has settled on an option that will allow Windows Phone 8.1 users to skin…
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Myers: Five observations from Stadium Series

The snow was still falling nearly two hours after the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins exited the Soldier Field ice. The Stadium Series reached its inevitable conclusion, the Blackhawks displaying tremendous style through the snow en route to a 5-1 victory. The Blackhawks will get back to…
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Sisters' jail visits to accused Boston bomber not confidential: prosecutors

By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Joint prison visits to accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by his sisters and attorneys should not be treated as confidential lawyer-client meetings, U.S. prosecutors argued in court papers filed Friday. Responding to an October request by defense…
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Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis Are Getting Married, Mary-Kate Olsen Is Engaged to Olivier Sarkozy: Top 5 Stories

Two engagements top Us Weekly's most-read stories from Feb. 28: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are getting married, and Mary-Kate Olsen is engaged to her boyfriend of nearly two years, French banker Olivier Sarkozy
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Putin’s Actions Seen Sparking Demand for U.S. Treasuries to Gold

As Russian President Vladimir Putin ’s threat to invade Ukraine intensifies one of the most serious standoffs since the end of the Cold War, traditional havens such as the U.S. Treasuries, gold and the yen are poised to gain while high-risk assets from stocks to emerging-market currencies fall.…
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Dimitrov wins the Mexican Open

Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov won his second career title by edging South Africa*s Kevin Anderson 7-6 (1), 3-6, 7-6 (5) on Sunday morning to claim the title of the Mexican Open. On the women's side of the tournament, Dominika Cibulkova beat American Christina McHale 7-6 (3), 4-6, 6-4. Dimitrov, fourth…
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VH1 Cancels ‘Single Ladies’

VH1 is breaking up with “Single Ladies.”
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Why Do Gays Scare Conservatives?

The push in Arizona to legalize discrimination didn’t come out of nowhere. It was a response to the imaginary belief in the “homosexual agenda” of “total domination.”
The Daily Beast
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'This Week': U.S. Response to Russia

ABC News' Martha Raddatz and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., on the crisis in Ukraine.
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World Cup: Mix Diskerud, Michael Bradley and Tim Ream off of USMNT roster for friendly

Jurgen Klinsmann got a long look at Mix Diskerud in January, as the Rosenborg playmaker was a key part of the extended USMNT camp heading into a friendly vs. South Korea.
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Gwen Stefani Gives Birth to Third Son

Hey baby, hey baby, hey! There's no doubt about it — Gwen Stefani has brought her third solo project into the world. And no, we're not talking about music. The rock and style icon, 44, gave birth to her third son with husband Gavin Rossdale on Friday, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly.
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5 States Where Pancreatic Cancer Prevalence Is the Highest

Pancreatic cancer has the lowest five-year survival rate and is the most prevalent in these five states. Here are the existing and developing therapies you need to have your eyes on.
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Thousands march in pro-invasion rally in Moscow

MOSCOW (AP) — Thousands marched freely through Moscow on Sunday in support of Russia using military force in neighboring Ukraine, while at an anti-invasion protest nearby dozens were detained.
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Nadal to team-up with Sampras for Mumbai in new league

World number one Rafa Nadal will team up with 14-times major champion Pete Sampras for Mumbai in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) later this year, tournament organizers said on Sunday. Serena Williams, the top-ranked women's player, will headline the Singapore team alongside…
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The End of the Traditional IRA As You Know It

The proposed Tax Reform Act of 2015 would prohibit new contributions to traditional IRAs and open up Roth IRAs to everyone.
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Kerry to visit Kiev as Russian forces control Crimea

Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Kiev on Tuesday to lend support to Ukraine's new interim leaders, US officials said, adding that Russian forces now controlled the Crimean peninsula. "In Kiev, on March 4, Secretary Kerry will meet with senior representatives of Ukraine's new government,…
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Little Girls Recreate This Year’s Best Picture Nominees, and They Win Our Hearts (9 photos)

Sisters Sophia, 3, and Sadie, 2, are too young to have seen any of the movies nominated for Best Picture in this year's Oscar race, but that doesn't mean they can't have a blast recreating scenes from the films. Since 2012, the girls have been staging scenes from the Best Picture nominees on their…
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Joe and Teresa Giudice to Plead Guilty for Fraud, Other Charges

The Couple Was Indicted on Several Counts Last Summer
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Woman Discovers Old Flame Blew Smoke About His Past

DEAR ABBY: I have been single for five years. I recently reconnected with a man I lost contact with 13 years ago. We went out a few times and it was wonderful. Out of curiosity, I began checking him out online, starting with his mother, who he had mentioned was a surgeon. When I could find no…
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10 Most Memorable Oscar Dresses (10 photos)

If the Oscar went to most memorable outfit, all of the following would be winners. Here are some of the standout looks of past Academy Awards nights — the good, the bad, and the bird. -- Claudine Zap
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Calipari loses cool as Cats stunned at South Carolina - Kentucky

John Calipari lost his cool and Kentucky lost to South Carolina on Saturday, looking like a lost team in the process.
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GOP WOULD BAR POOR FROM HEALTH CARE ALTOGETHER

During a Republican primary debate in the last presidential election cycle, there was a dispiriting moment in which tea party audience members cheered at the idea that a comatose uninsured American -- unable to afford health insurance -- would be left to die. That infamous outburst, among others,…
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Kim Kardashian Gets Apology From 'Blackface Kanye' After Vienna Ball Debacle

It wasn't all waltzes and strudel for Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner in Vienna Thursday night. Kim was the victim of not one, but two racially charged incidents at the Vienna Opera Ball, and now one of the comics involved is apologizing for his actions.
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3 things every gold investor should know

Who sets the price and who drives the demand for gold in 2014?
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Oil producers undaunted as Colorado mulls fracking restrictions

While Colorado environmental groups work to put a ballot measure before voters this fall that could severely hobble the U.S. energy industry, Whiting Petroleum Corp is busy figuring out where in the state it can spend $10 billion over the next decade. Whiting has little concern the ballot…
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Seedorf: Conte can't complain about the fixture list

The 37-year-old Dutchman has told his Bianconeri counterpart to accept the fact that a busy schedule is a consequence of success.
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Did Russia just make a huge mistake in invading Ukraine?

The Russian military is reportedly in effective control of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, a move that is bound to have deep repercussions for the region and Russia's relationship with the West. It's early days yet, but so far the sense is that Russian President Vladimir Putin has pulled a fast one on…
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Bellator 110 Results: Rampage Jackson and King Mo Lawal Advance to Tournament Final

The Bellator MMA Season 10 kicked off at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn. on Friday and featured the opening round of the Light Heavyweight and Featherweight tournaments. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and “King Mo” Lawal advanced to the Light Heavyweight Tournament Finals, while Will Martinez,…
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Crimea remains calm despite Russian troop presence

All eyes rest on Ukraine's Crimea territory, where Russian troops remain on patrol in what has quickly escalated into an international crisis. Nathan Frandino reports.
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Oscars Record Holders: Which Hollywood Legend Has 59 Academy Award Nominations?

Which Hollywood legend has 59 Oscar nominations? Which star won a leading actor trophy for just 16 minutes of screen time? Check out these Academy Award record holders
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What Does Putin Want in Ukraine?

Let's put aside the question of whether Putin's interpretation is accurate. That's now irrelevant. What matters is that this is how he sees the drama in Ukraine and that this outlook will shape his actions -- now and in the weeks ahead.
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One Of The Most Important Questions On Afghanistan Is One That No One Is Asking

At this point, The White House has pretty much...
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This is the Godzilla We’ve All Been Waiting For

The new Godzilla has all the ingredients both longtime fans and new viewers can appreciate.
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Bulls sign Jimmer Fredette for remainder of regular season

To no ones surprise, the Bulls signed Jimmer Fredette for the remainder of the regular season after the guard cleared waivers Saturday afternoon, as reported by multiple outlets and confirmed by a league source to CSNChicago.com.
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Amicable Exes: Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie Are Breakfast Buddies

Hilary Duff, 26, and her estranged husband, Mike Comrie, were all smiles as they headed to breakfast with their son, Luca, 21 months, at Nate 'n Al's Delicatessen in Beverly Hills on Saturday.
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Sarah McLachlan sings the National Anthem

Sarah McLachlan recites the National Anthem prior to puck drop of the 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at BC Place in Vancouver.
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Josh McCown: Hard to want to be somewhere else, but I have to be willing

Josh McCown played quarterback in a lot of places over the course of his career before he landed in Chicago, but he never had more success than he did with the Bears last season. McCown said he isn’t sure why everything came together after Jay Cutler was injured last season, but his 13 touchdowns…
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Vt. loves renewable energy, except when it arrives

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Getting energy from the sun, wind and forests fits with Vermont's sense of itself as clean, green and independent. But when it comes time to build and live with the projects that make it possible, things can get complicated.
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Ichiro Suzuki wants to play “many” more seasons after 2014

Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki may be 40 years old but he wants to play baseball for a while longer. Via ESPN’s Wallace Matthews: “Retirement from baseball is something I haven’t even thought about,” he said. Asked how many more seasons he thought he could play, Ichiro laughed. “Not just a few,”…
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Rock Star Restaurateurs: Guess Who’s Coming to a Town Near You?

Two Flamboyant Rockers Are Turning Their Talents Toward Cuisine
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Gay marriage fight pits Texas AG vs. gay friend

WACO, Texas (AP) — When Greg Abbott was paralyzed by a fallen tree in 1984, Mark Phariss flew 500 miles to his friend's bedside. They were law school pals who swapped stories over dinner, job leads and airport rides, and they still exchange Christmas cards today.
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Renee Oteri, The Bachelor Season 18 Contestant, Is Engaged

Bachelor Season 18 contestant Renee Oteri is engaged, Us Weekly can confirm; the single mother was eliminated by Bachelor's Juan Pablo Galavis last month
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Google's Partners Are Pushing Another Radical Feature Apple's iPhone Lacks

Google's hardware partners Sony and Samsung have begun to push a new hardware feature missing from Apple's iPhone.
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Will Smith flop 'After Earth' crowned at Razzies

Los Angeles (AFP) - Sci-fi flop "After Earth" starring Will Smith and son Jaden earned three Golden Raspberries on Saturday at the annual Razzie worst-of film awards, Hollywood's hall of shame.
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Tiger Woods slices, rinses, and implodes early at Honda Classic

The No. 1 player in the world will not be pulling some of the Sunday dramatics he put on chasing Rory McIlroy at PGA National two years ago. The chances of Tiger Woods chasing down Rory McIlroy, who led him by seven shots at the start of the final round of the Honda Classic, were already slim and…
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Pope Francis calls for dialogue and cooperation to end Ukraine crisis

Pope Francis urges Ukrainians to work together to overcome "misunderstandings" and appeals to the international community to promote dialogue and peace. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Oscars 2014: What to Expect Tonight

Who's Nominated, Who's Performing and Who to Watch on the Red Carpet
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Anne V Opens Up About Ex Adam Levine, His Engagement to Behati Prinsloo: "I Will Love Him Forever"

Anne V opened up about her ex Adam Levine and what she thinks about his engagement to fellow model Behati Prinsloo; "I will love him forever"
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Disincentivizing Work and Hurting Seniors: The Reality of Obama's Agenda

As we enter March, the nightmare that is Obamacare continues to seek and destroy the pocketbooks of hardworking Americans. Just recently, Americans have learned that the law will "reduce the American workforce by the equivalent of 2 million full-time workers in 2017," according to a report from the…
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BUFFETT: Here Comes 'A Lot Of Bad News' About Public Pensions

Warren Buffett's most important comments of...
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Chavez Jr. unanimously outpointed Vera

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. unanimously outpointed Bryan Vera in a super middleweight rematch Saturday night at the Alamodome, rebounding from perhaps the worst performance of his career. For sure I proved I'm a better fighter than Vera.'' In September in Carson, Calif., the Mexican fighter struggled…
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SNL's New Weekend Update Team: Grade 'Em!

Saturday Night Live head writer Colin Jost this week made his debut as coanchor of the NBC sketch series’ “Weekend Update” segment, alongside second-year cast member/freshman Updater Cecily Strong. What was your first impression of the new twosome? RELATED | […]
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11 Million Examples of Obamacare's Higher Costs

Who's going to pay more under Obamacare? Millions of Americans -- according to the latest federal report.
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Scouts from the Pirates and Brewers are watching Mike Carp

Mike Carp recently offered to learn third base for the Red Sox, a move not entirely based in altruism as it would give the left-hander some much-needed playing time. Carp had a great 2013 for the Red Sox, posting an .885 OPS in 243 plate appearances, 215 of them against right-handed pitchers. But…
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Charles Harbutt's 'Departures and Arrivals' on exhibit (13 photos)

The Center for Creative Photography is celebrating Charles Harbutt’s photographic work, and its relationship to the printed page. The exhibition features a complete set of prints from Harbutt’s newest publication, Departures and Arrivals, sequenced as they appear in the book, along with a short…
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Rap disrespect of black icons raises concerns

Malcolm X and rap music have always fit together like a needle in the groove, connected by struggle, strength and defiance. But three recent episodes involving the use or misuse of Malcolm and other black icons have raised the question: Has rap lost touch with black history?
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No. 16 Michigan clinches share of Big Ten title

Michigan was without Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary on Saturday. On a night when the Wolverines honored their 1989 national championship team, the current squad clinched a share of the Big Ten title with a 66-56 victory over Minnesota. ''It made this so much better to be able to…
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PARIS: Bad time-keeper Rihanna is early at Dior

PARIS (AP) — After turning up at Balmain's show after everyone had left, Barbadian superstar Rihanna arrived this time at Friday's Christian Dior show before hardly anyone had arrived.
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7 Craziest Oscar Snubs This Year

Here are the seven most striking snubs at the 86th Academy Awards.
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Searchers pass out flyers to locate missing man

Volunteers and searchers passed out flyers Sunday morning in San Rafael hoping to locate a missing at-risk elderly man.
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Mark Teixeira and Michael Pineda will make spring training debuts later this week

MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch is reporting that Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will make his Grapefruit League debut on Thursday or Friday this week. Teixeira, who turns 34 shortly after the regular season begins, is optimistic about the health of his surgically repaired wrist, though he did say…
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3 Questions for Marvel Ahead of Its ‘Age of Ultron’ Reveal

A mid-March special explores the ‘Avengers’ sequel and related projects while delving into the world of ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
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California soaked but little drought help, damage

AZUSA, Calif. (AP) — A storm that brought some of the highest rainfall totals to the Los Angeles area in years, including eight inches on some mountains, was just the beginning of what the region needs to pull out of a major drought.
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14 Things You Didn't See at the Film Independent Spirit Awards

From Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Paula Patton flying fabulously solo, we kept track of all the intimate moments behind the scenes you didn't see. You're welcome.
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Cosell prefers Bortles in this draft class

The NFL Draft doesn't start until May 8, so there's still plenty of time to talk about whom the Texans might take with their first-overall pick. The top three quarterbacks are Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles. And of the three, NFL Films producer Greg Cosell thinks Bortles is the…
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Canada threatens to withdraw from G8 summit in Russia

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper threatened Saturday he may join Washington in snubbing June's G8 summit in Russia over the country's military incursion into Ukraine, and recalled his ambassador to Moscow. The Russian parliament's decision to give Putin the green light to send troops into…
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'Non-Stop' lands at No. 1 at weekend box office

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Liam Neeson has grounded "The Lego Movie."
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Desperate Canucks hoping to loosen up, enjoy themselves at Heritage Classic

VANCOUVER - Amidst all the drama surrounding the Vancouver Canucks this season, with John Tortorella's lengthy suspension, Ryan Kesler's reported trade request, and the newly-announced sequel to the Roberto Luongo goaltending controversy, it can be easy to overlook that, occasionally, … Continue…
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‘Tonight Show’ & ‘Late Night’ Bounce Back

If NBC brass needed another message that they need to fix the disastrous Thursday primetime lineup, they got it this week. Both Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers took a tumble behind the low-rated NBC primetime series on Thursday but rebounded last night. There were…
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Sarah Palin Relishes Her Vladimir Putin 'Told-Ya-So' Moment

As tensions between Russia and Ukraine continued to heighten, former vice presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) took to Facebook to remark how she saw this coming. Back in October 2008, Palin criticized then-presidential-candidate Barack Obama at a Reno, Nev. campaign rally, for…
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Cuaron's Oscar nod leaves Mexico soul searching

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Oscars could be Mexico's big night, with three Mexicans nominated for directing, cinematography and acting.
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Billie Jean King: On Sochi Olympics, gay rights

NEW YORK (AP) — Billie Jean King's taxi ride home after the Sochi Olympics included a revelation.
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Johnny Knoxville surprises at Oscar makeup event

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — "Bad Grandpa" is at the Oscars.
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