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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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Justin Bieber Shares Selena Gomez Oscars After Party Picture: "Most Elegant Princess in the World"

Justin Bieber posted an Instagram photo of Selena Gomez on Monday, Mar. 3 looking stunning at the Vanity Fair Oscars After party and gushed over his ex, "Most elegant princess in the world"
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Is Walmart's WAVE Concept Truck The Fuel-Efficient Future Of Semis?

That's why Walmart is getting into the truck-design business with the WAVE--Walmart Advanced Vehicle Experience--concept. Walmart says this is the first example of a carbon-fiber trailer ever produced, and that its 53-foot side panels are the first single pieces of carbon fiber that large that have…
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Brooke Burke-Charvet Reveals 'Shocking' Part of 'Dancing With the Stars' Firing

Brooke Burke-Charvet called her firing from “Dancing With the Stars” last month one of the most “shocking eliminations” the ballroom had ever seen, but now she has revealed what really surprised her about being let go. “The only shocking thing about it, really, is the...
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Ukraine: Russia demands that 2 warships surrender

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia issued an ultimatum Monday, demanding that the crew of two Ukrainian warships in Crimea immediately surrender or be stormed and seized, a Ukrainian military spokesman said.
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Couple's Long-Ago Abortion Casts Shadow Over Ex-Wife

DEAR ABBY: Before my husband and I were married, I became pregnant with his baby. We decided together that we weren't ready for the responsibility and made the mutual decision to end the pregnancy early in the first trimester. We did marry eventually and had a baby girl a few years ago who is now…
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Corvettes are pulled from museum sinkhole

One by one, eight collector Corvettes that were swallowed by a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in February are pulled out. Gavino Garay reports.
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Keurig is locking down its coffee makers to keep out cheap refills

Green Mountain dominates the single-serve coffee market with its popular Keurig brewers and K-Cups, the little plastic pods that now come in over 200 licensed varieties. The rise of Keurig has even prompted brands like Starbucks, Folgers, and Dunkin' Donuts to release their own K-Cups, which users…
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Kate Upton poses with Tigers' Bryan Holaday with wrong one wearing swimsuit

Kate Upton one-upped by Tigers catcher in swimsuit
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Scariest Tax Form? Skip It, And IRS Can Audit Forever

IRS Can Audit For 3 Years, But Omit This Tax Form From Your Return and the 3 Years Never Even Starts To Run.
Forbes
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Kate Middleton Went to a Bar in a Chic Black Jacket

Josh DuboffImagine that you're waiting at the bar at your friend's birthday party, held in a low-key local restaurant, when a striking woman in a hip black jacket slides by next to you. "I love your jacket," you say, almost automatically. But when she turns to you to respond, "Oh, thanks! I've had…
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Israeli military launches airstrike into Gaza

JERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military says it carried out an airstrike in Gaza against Palestinian militants preparing to launch rockets at Israel.
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Monday morning NASCAR recap: Kevin Harvick rolls; Danica Patrick fumes

It was a stark contrast of emotions for teammates Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick during Sunday’s NASCAR race. All that mattered to Kevin Harvick Sunday was the outcome. The win was Harvick's first with Stewart-Haas Racing having joined the organization this season following a long divorce from…
SB Nation
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What Dating a Man 20 Years Younger Taught Me About Love

Don't call this woman a cougar. Her relationship is nothing like you would imagine. As told to Anna Davies, REDBOOK.
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7 Weird Reasons You're Gaining Weight

If your scale doesn't reflect your healthy lifestyle, there could be a hidden reason you're gaining. Here, seven health issues that could be standing between you and your ideal weight--and how to fix them.
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The New Paint Color Trends for 2014 You Need to Know About (11 photos)

Color trends aren't just for the runway-Benjamin Moore's creative and color team dug into the most popular looks in fashion, textiles, and the arts to find the serene and calming palette of colors that they predict will be gracing homes across the country this year. Click through to see the colors…
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Frightening new Netflix scam looks to steal all your private data

As scammers continue to get more and more creative with their endeavors, it is becoming increasingly important that we keep our guard up at all times. We recently covered a new scam that targets Verizon Wireless subscribers and looks to take over control of their accounts, but a new scam targeting…
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Cruz steering Texas Republicans further right in primary fights

By Jon Herskovitz and Marice Richter AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - The longest shadow in Tuesday's primary election in Texas is being cast by a politician not even in the running, freshman U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican. Cruz, just two years into his first major elected office, has arguably become…
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A trip and fall leads to $8 million in sales

Falling in front of the sharks took guts, but that's what Rick Hopper did when he appeared on "Shark Tank." No he's making millions.
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5 Dog Myths - What You Think You Know May Be Wrong

In the more than 30 years I've been a practicing veterinarian, I've heard every misconception about pets there is. That means I do a lot of myth-busting as I try to help educate people about their pets. A weekly bath not only makes your pet easier to live with (less shedding, less smell) but also…
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Video: Stunning ‘iPhone 6c’ concept takes colorful plastic in a bold new direction

In a world where technology has absolutely no limitations, smartphones are gorgeously slim devices with sleek designs endless battery life. They also don’t always have antennas, as we’ve seen in a number of sexy iPhone 6 concept designs. It’s still fun to look at talented graphic designers’ various…
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What's Causing Our Millennials to Fail at Becoming Adults

Millennials are having a harder time becoming self-sufficient than any other generation in recent history, and college helps and hurts.
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Man arrested after chase across the Bay Bridge

A truck driver was taken into custody on Highway 101 in San Francisco Monday morning after a low-speed pursuit across the Bay Bridge.
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Reeva Steenkamp's Mother Faces Oscar Pistorius in Court

Steenkamp's Father Reportedly Suffered Minor Stroke in January
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24 Bathrooms? The biggest homes money can buy

For those who believe the bigger the carbon footprint the better, look at these homes on steroids for sale in America. They are big, strapping habitations large enough to house a small village.
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'El Chapo' Took Care of His Own, Except in His Birthplace

In his hometown, the drug kingpin's Robin Hood reputation didn't extend much beyond his mother
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'I'm Going To Prison For Working At A Pot Shop That Was Legal In My State' Huffington Post
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"I'm going to a prison for working at a pot shop that was legal in my state"huff.to/1hFJ7TU #FreeRobertDuncan pic.twitter.com/cSa8TZQzzN 5 hrs ago
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Kobe Bryant says Lakers’ revenge will be “sweet” and “quick”

This would be the definition of playing to the fan base. Although I’m sure Kobe Bryant believes it. There has been plenty of schadenfreude around the league — from other front offices to other fan bases — as the Lakers have fallen into being a hot mess this season. They entered the season with a…
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Travolta channels Barbarino, butchers Idina Menzel`s name at Oscars

John Travolta introduces Idina Menzel at Oscars and calls her Adele Dazim - reminds us here at WGN of his as Vinnie Barbarino...
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Make Better Food In Your Slow-Cooker (Yes, It Can Be Done!)

Slow cooking is just about the easiest way to get dinner (not to mention breakfast, lunch, or dessert) on the table, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some nuances.
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McDonald's Has Resorted To 'Chicken Wing Clearance' To Sell Failed Mighty Wings

McDonald's Mighty Wings are such a flop that...
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Ocean's Biggest Current Carries More Water Than Thought

A team of oceanographers reported the results of four years of continuously monitoring the Antarctic Circumpolar Current on Monday (Feb. 24) at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in Honolulu. The Circumpolar Current circles Antarctica clockwise from west to east,…
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Australian drug mule Corby 'broken', says sister

Paroled Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby is "broken", according to her sister, who said she had to be bathed and hand fed during her time in an Indonesian prison. The 36-year-old, whose case has been the subject of huge fascination in Australia since her 2004 arrest in Bali, was released on…
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Bill Murray offers a surprise tribute to Harold Ramis

"We forgot one. Harold Ramis, for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, and Groundhog Day."
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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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Why Are Fire Engines Red?

Do you know why fire engines are red? When I was a kid, my siblings, cousins, and I used to have fun tripping up on the answer to this riddle (or anti-joke, as it’s apparently referred to) about fire engines. Have you ever heard it? It goes like this. Why are fire engines red? Well,...
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Sunken Great Lakes oil pipeline raises spill fears

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A freshwater channel that separates Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas is a premier Midwestern tourist attraction and a photographer's delight, offering spectacular vistas of two Great Lakes, several islands and one of the world's longest suspension bridges.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Shipping with Freebies Worth $575

It looks like Samsung is planning to win over smartphone shoppers with a slew of bundled goodies. The electronics giant is including an array of free apps and subscriptions with its Galaxy S5 that amount to more than $500.
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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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The 4-Letter Word That Can Ruin Your Credit

Four-letter words can ruin a lot of things in life – a nice family dinner, a job interview, your relationship with your mother. But there's one four-letter word that can wreak such havoc on your life that you won't be able to live in the place you want, drive the car you prefer or even get the…
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Farmer builds mini Lamborghini from scrap (10 photos)

For further proof of human ingenuity's boundless potential, look no further than a Chinese farmer who built a scaled replica of a Lamborghini Aventador by hand. Using mostly scrap metals and materials, the farmer named Guo says he can use the battery-powered machine to haul his grandson to school —…
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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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Hyundai Revamps Sonata That Shed Korean Carmaker’s Budget Image

When Hyundai Motor Co. (005380) last overhauled the Sonata in 2009, motorists embraced the curvier exterior and the South Korean company went on to gain more market share than any major automaker for the next half decade. Today, Hyundai is betting on a repeat jolt as the Seoul-based carmaker…
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Hawks: The newest wrinkle in Crawford's 'equipment-gate'

Corey Crawford was already stunned that his Stadium Series mask got...um...lost in the mail prior to Saturday nights game at Soldier Field. On Monday, he broke more equipment news: his leg pads and gloves were taken some time on Saturday night at Soldier Field. Crawford wore new black pads at…
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How Camila Alves Prepped for the Oscars 2014

The Wife of Best Actor Winner Matthew McConaughey Kept a Photo Diary for ABC News!
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Kim, Kourtney, Khloe Kardashian Dazzle at Elton John's Oscars Viewing Party: Picture

Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian showed off their unique style at Elton John's Oscars viewing party on March 2 -- which look is your favorite?
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Putin new Hitler of 21st century?

The rhetoric is heating up as Russian forces move into Crimea, reports CNBC's Steve Sedgwick on the latest details from the escalating conflict between Ukraine and Russia.
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Don’t Listen to McCain on Russia

Two out of John McCain’s three suggestions for how to aid the conflict in Ukraine and Russia are bad—and the US isn’t careful, we may end up more involved than it can afford to be.
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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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With Free Version of Windows, Microsoft Gives In to the Google Way

Another day, another report of a Windows price cut. Having lost the war for mobile computing, Microsoft is finally trading operating system revenue for ubiquity -- Google style.
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Buccaneers unveil new uniforms, which are really somethingProFootball Talk on NBC Sportsa
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Awesome or Awful? New NFL uniforms garner strong reaction online nbcnews.to/1hFIjhCpic.twitter.com/gIknK9DeII 5 hrs ago
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Everett Golson eager to make up for his lost season with Notre Dame

Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson missed all of last season after a suspension for academic improprieties, but he's ready to show the Irish he's learned from his mistakes.
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You’ll never guess which game is the highest-rated on the PlayStation 4

The highest-rated game for Sony’s next-generation PlayStation 4 console isn’t Killzone Shadow Fall or Thief. It’s not a blockbuster game with a multi-million dollar budget. Instead, as noted by Gamer Headlines on Monday, it’s a fun, whimsical and somewhat confusing title that many of you probably…
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The Marijuana Index[tm] Soars 125% in February as S&P 500 Sets Record High of 1859.45

Amidst a media frenzy surrounding marijuana and marijuana stocks which included CNBC’s Marijuana in America: The Colorado Pot Rush , The Marijuana Index™ experienced significant volume and price fluctuations ...
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Corvette ZR1 recovered from sinkhole

The recovery of the ZR1 on March 3, 2014 from the sinkhole that opened up in the National Corvette Museum Skydome on February 12, 2014. (Credit: National Corvette Museum)
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Arby's buys Pharrell's hat on eBay for $44,000

Right before last night's Oscars madness, Arby's managed to "buy back" Pharrell William's now-infamous hat on eBay for $44,100. The money will now go to Pharrell's charity for at-risk youth, From One Hand to AnOther. After the Vivienne Westwood-designed "Mountain" hat made its debut at the Grammy's…
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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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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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What in the hell are the Buccaneers wearing?

The World League is back, er, no, it's just the Buccaneers new uniforms.
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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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Learn to Love Cauliflower

Cauliflower season begins in October and extends through April. However, many markets carry it year-round.
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After Train Station Massacre Labeled 'China's 9/11,' a Wide Search for Culprits

State suspicion is falling on Uighur from the far western territory even if there's no reason to suspect them in the train station massacre
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8 Signs You Need To Be Getting More Vitamin D

The benefits of vitamin D, backed up by tons of research, ring loud and clear: strong bones, improved mood, even more efficient weight loss. But signs that you're low on the nutrient are a bit quieter. If you notice one or more of these issues, head to your physician to get your blood tested.
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5 Ways to Reverse Winter Weight Gain

Registered Dietician Breanna Moore shares her tips for losing winter weight.
Tribune53 mins ago
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8 Lies Interviewers Tell Job Candidates

As a job seeker, you might occasionally think about padding your experience or exaggerating your role on a key project. Interviewers regularly deliver statements to job candidates that aren't entirely accurate and sometimes are outright false. Job seekers usually assume that it means that they'll…
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The right way to legalize marijuana (no, we've been doing it wrong)

Mark A.R. Kleiman is out this week with the single most comprehensive look at the trend toward legalizing pot you're likely to find. He doesn't spend much space on the pros and cons of legalization -- ...
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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…
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'The Walking Dead': Will Daryl Be the Last Man Standing?

This week, we finally find out what Daryl Dixon did before the apocalypse.
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Graeme McDowell supports a PGA Championship played outside the United States

Graeme McDowell drove a dagger through the hearts of all U.S. golf fans by clinching the 2010 Ryder Cup for Europe. But on Friday, he was welcomed to PGA of America headquarters in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., for a "fireside chat" in which he covered a variety of topics both on and off the golf…
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Ellen Insults the Oscars Crowd, Then Wins Them Back With Pizza and Selfies

How did Ellen DeGeneres do as Oscars host? Well, it depends on when you tuned in.
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Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec: 'Don't piss me off!'

Robert Herjavec offers his advice for potential entrepreneurs.
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Leak: iPhone 6 component photo may reveal major design overhaul

An image showing the purported digitizer of the iPhone 6 seems to reveal the size of at least one upcoming iPhone version, although the image can’t be confirmed yet. The photos first appeared on Chinese forum WeiPhone, but it’s not clear exactly how the original poster obtained the images. The…
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Pennsylvania robber's custom-made mask brings swift arrest

(Reuters) - A Pennsylvania man's plan to disguise himself while robbing a post office and bank by wearing a high-end theatrical mask backfired when investigators were able to track him down through the mask maker. Blair Thomas, 29, entered a post office in Darby, Pennsylvania, on January 23, pulled…
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Stana Katic Previews Castle's Darkest Hour Ever — and the Deeply Romantic Moment Within

This Monday on Castle (ABC, 10/9c), Beckett is abruptly called on to help the NYPD’s narcotics division with a seemingly simple sting, by posing as a low-level drug courier to reel in a bigger fish. But when things don’t go […]
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Putin’s Gamble: Crimea Land Grab Will Be Met With Western Inaction

It's an incredibly risky bet, perhaps with the highest stakes of his time in power
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Do You Understand Income Tax Considerations of Rental Properties?

A rental property can generate “taxable losses” that can be used to reduce your normal salary income.
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6 Things I Don't Miss About Being Pregnant (6 photos)

Sure there are things I miss about being pregnant--the sweet baby kicks, the lustrous hair, the excitement about the little one you are soon to meet, the not having a period. But, let's be real--there are things that also really suck about being pregnant. Here are the things I don't miss. -By…
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13 Everyday Habits that Are Aging You

Are you aging faster than your years? If you don't like what you see in the mirror, it may be time to evaluate some of your daily routines.
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Lupita Nyong'o a goddess in pale blue at Oscars

NEW YORK (AP) — Amy Adams wore a strapless, dark blue Gucci couture gown and Hollywood's "it" fashion darling of the year, Lupita Nyong'o, showed up for the Oscars in a goddess look of ice-blue silk Sunday night.
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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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Apple’s New CarPlay System Will Turn Tens Of Millions Of Cars Into iPhone Accessories

Apple’s newly announced CarPlay, which is the rebranded version of iOS in the Car, a system for converting your vehicle’s in-car entertainment system into an iOS-powered dashboard fed content and brains by your phone, is a play that could massively expand the Apple mobile ecosystem – by turning…
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Report: Wings pursuing Ehrhoff in trade

Would fill a need for more offense from the back end.
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The Must-Know Trick for Poached Eggs

Ever crack an egg into simmering water only to watch the white spread out and form wispy tentacles? It happened to me until I came across this game-changing fix: Break the egg into a sieve set over a bowl.
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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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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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Kendra Wilkinson Talks Giving Birth On TV: “You’ll Be Seeing A Placenta”

Kendra Wilkinson has shown it all on the pages of Playboy, so giving birth on camera... that's nothing. The former Girl Next Door star, who is pregnant with she and hubby Hank Baskett's second child, is reportedly determined to “wow” her TV fans even if it means getting personal in the operating…
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U.S. Supreme Court declines immigration cases

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected attempts by towns in Texas and Pennsylvania to revive local laws that cracked down on illegal immigration. The court decided against hearing appeals filed by the towns of Farmers Branch, Texas, and Hazleton,…
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Giancarlo Stanton goes crocodile hunting in Florida

The grind of a seemingly never-ending spring training can leave players searching for unique ways to entertain themselves and ultimately keep their sanity. With that in mind, I‘m pretty sure that in no way explains what got into Miami Marlins … Continue reading →
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N. Korea fires short-range missiles, South says 'provocative'

North Korea fired short-range missiles into the sea off its eastern coast for the second time in a week Monday, prompting a warning from South Korea of "reckless provocation." The missile tests have clearly been timed to coincide with annual South Korea-US military exercises which kicked off a week…
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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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Mary-Kate Olsen is Reportedly Engaged to French Banker Olivier Sarkozy!

Double diamonds! Hot on the heels of news that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are headed to the altar, Us Weekly reports today that another couple on our engagement radar, Mary-Kate Olsen and French banker Olivier Sarkozy, put a ring on it. In December Mary-Kate was spotted shopping for an…
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Danny Granger eyes starting spot with LA Clippers

Danny Granger was all set to make his debut with the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night before coach Doc Rivers accidentally left his new acquisition's name off his list of active players. It was a classic Clippers moment, but Granger is here because the longtime Indiana Pacers star is…
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When Pound Cake Gets a Makeover

This recipe is what happens when pound cake cuts off all its hair and goes on a shopping spree: fragrant coconut oil replaces some of the butter, cocoa powder adds a luscious richness, buttermilk keeps the crumb nice and tender, while toasted coconut flakes adorn the top and add a nutty, crunchy…
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Another Tiger Woods injury overshadows Rory McIlroy collapse, dramatic finish to Honda Classic

Tiger Woods may have quit the Honda Classic hours before its nail-biting finish, but the world No. 1 and his aching back remained the talk of the tourney long after he vacated the venue. Tiger Woods was long gone from the Honda Classic premises by the time Russell Henley dropped the final birdie…
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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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50 greatest supercars of all time (49 photos)

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 such an easy thing…
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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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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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France warns Russia of 'targeted measures' if tensions persist

The European Union will consider "targeted measures" against Russia if tensions do not start easing in Ukraine's Crimea region, France's foreign minister warned Moscow on Monday. "If there is not in the coming hours a very quick de-escalation, then we will decide concrete measures such as the…
Reuters
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iPhone 6 camera will be even better without entering the megapixel war

A new report from China reveals that the iPhone 6’s camera resolution will not go past 8-megapixel, although it will let users take better photos thanks to other improvements including optical image stabilization as well as a larger sensor and aperture. The iPhone 6 camera details were apparently…
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Recipes: 9 New Ways to Use Your Cupcake Pan

Move over, muffins and cupcakes! Here are nine recipes that show the versatility of the muffin pan.
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'X-Men' Mini-Teasers Show Future Of Marketing

It's now been over four months since the last theatrical trailer for 20th Century Fox's X-Men: Days Of Future Past. That first trailer, which dropped in advance of Disney's Thor: The Dark World's international release, was itself basically a variation on the footage that was shown at last year's…
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Best and Worst Things to Buy in March

Every month has deals and duds when it comes to shopping. Here's what you should buy and avoid in March.
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New US World Cup jersey resembles golf shirt

The U.S. Soccer Federation released the Nike design Monday and it has a white polo collar. Midfielders Michael Bradley and Mix Diskerud, and defender Tim Ream have withdrawn from the roster, and defender Jonathan Spector has been added. Bradley stayed with FC Toronto for what the U.S. Soccer…
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Sea Shepherd claims Japan whalers attacked its vessels

Environmental activist group Sea Shepherd claimed Monday that Japanese whalers attacked its vessels in the Southern Ocean, and accused the Australian government of "broken promises" to monitor whaling operations. Sea Shepherd said Japanese harpoon ships, the Yushin Maru and Yushin Maru 3, towed…
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Cubs looking at other options with Starlin Castro injured

MESA, Ariz. It usually gets lost in all the outside noise, but Starlin Castro has been an ironman for the Cubs, playing in 269 consecutive games from the end of the 2011 season through the middle of the 2013 season. The Cubs still expect him to be ready for Opening Day, downplaying the right…
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5 Fitness Goals You SHOULD Be Making (But Probably Aren’t)

One thing we fitness pros are always babbling on about is the importance of having goals. And while there’s no such thing as a bad goal, having more specific intentions can be even more powerful--especially when you can measure that progress along the way
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Melt-In-Your Mouth Peanut Butter Cookies, Because It's Monday

Whether you love the combination peanut butter and chocolate, or simply prefer the kind your momma used to bake, these soft and delicious peanut butter cookies are sure to be a hit.
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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.
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Agassi would like to solve Isner riddle, but in no rush to become a coach

By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - As a player Andre Agassi relied as much on a razor-sharp tennis brain as brute force to collect eight major titles and join a select band of players to complete a career grand slam. No wonder then that the 43-year-old's eyes lit up at the prospect of following…
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Brother pleads guilty in Oakwood home invasion

Brothers accused of entering the East Lane Street home of Jason Beyer in January 2013
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Russell Wilson shows up early for baseball camp appearance

The Texas Rangers spent $12,000 for a photo op. But, as it turns out, they’re getting their money’s worth from Russell Wilson. The Seahawks quarterback is spending a day with the Rangers, using his old baseball skills to run through some drills during Spring Training. But he also showed up earlier…
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Oscars 2014: Stars' Best Quotes From the Red Carpet

The biggest A-listers in Hollywood have arrived for the 86th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in L.A. -- check out the most memorable celebrity quotes from the red carpet
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What to Cook in Your Pressure Cooker

If you aren’t already a loyal devotée of the pressure cooker, chances are you hold it at arm’s length, confused and skeptical of its magical powers.
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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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Lower Medicaid signups seen in health law study

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's one of the most impressive statistics about the new health care law. The Obama administration says more than 8.9 million people have been, quote "determined eligible" for Medicaid from Oct. 1 through the end of...
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U.S. World Cup uniforms unveiled - Simple and sleek (8 photos)

Combining the best in performance innovation with a classic and bold new design, the new 2014 USA home kit is the ultimate expression of American style and patriotism. — Nike
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Li too busy for league, targets more Slams, top ranking

Australian Open champion Li Na on Monday defended her decision to skip the International Premier Tennis League, as she targets more Grand Slams and the world number one spot. The inaugural edition of the IPTL takes place later this year with matches in Bangkok, Mumbai, Singapore and Dubai geared to…
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Maine gov seeks to get rid of wind energy goals

More than five years ago, Maine set ambitious goals to spur wind power development aimed at helping wean the state off fossil fuels. But now Republican Gov. Paul LePage says the targets don't really help ...
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J.Law on Falling at Oscars for Second Straight Year: 'I Can't Believe That Happened!'

Jennifer Lawrence has started a full-fledged awards show tradition, falling at the Oscars again this year.
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Richard Sherman calls NFL's proposed penalty for use of the n-word 'atrocious'

Richard Sherman has spoken out against the proposed penalties for use of the n-word.
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What Yankees' Teixeira learned in 2013

In his lost year, Mark Teixeira learned something fundamental about himself and baseball. Ill say this: As a baseball player, you play every day, so many games, so many years, and you think you know how much you love the game, the New York Yankees first baseman said, as reported by the New York Post.
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Lundqvist calls loss to Bruins ‘Painful. Extremely painful’

Ryan Callahan said "my heart is still here."
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Michigan Boy Serves Up Kindness With School Lunch Deed

8-year-old Cayden Taipaulus is raising money to ensure his classmates receive a hot school lunch.
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Burning Question: What Was the Story With the Oscar Pizza Delivery?

Was that a real pizza joint that delivered to Ellen in the middle of the Oscars telecast?
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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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Report: Kaepernick looking for $18 million per year

As it turns out, coach Jim Harbaugh is a bargain in comparison to quarterback Colin Kaepernick. At a time when it’s believed that Harbaugh hopes to increase his annual salary from $5 million to $6.5 million in 2014, Kaepernick hopes to end in a much higher spot. While starting in a much lower one.
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Will Amazon Web TV Take Out Roku and Apple TV?

For now, Roku enjoys the pole position with about a 37% market share followed by No. 2 Apple TV at 24%. Can it last?
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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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Reality Check: Hits and Misses from Idol's Top 13! Plus: How Pro Is Too Pro on The Voice?

Caleb Johnson’s producer-enhanced rock-god moment. Malaya Watson’s “Runaway” meltdown. Jessica Meuse’s unexpected song choice. And an opening 45 minutes punctuated by mumbled lyrics, botched notes and possibly malfunctioning in-ear monitors. These were the headlines from American Idol Top 13…
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Oscars: ‘In Memoriam’ Starts With James Gandolfini, Ends With Philip Seymour Hoffman (Full List)

The Academy chose to open its oft-criticized In Memoriam segment with James Gandolfini and end the touching tribute with Philip Seymour Hoffman.
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Over-the-top hotel amenities (7 photos)

By Christina Valhouli, Fodors.com Most travelers are content with complimentary bottles of water and a few chocolates left on the pillow after turn-down service, but these days, luxury hotels are upping the stakes when it comes to amenities. Guests today can drive complimentary Porches, use…
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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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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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Michigan's witness in gay marriage trial barred

DETROIT (AP) — A judge barred an Ivy League law student Monday from testifying at Michigan's gay marriage trial, saying he might become an expert witness someday but his opinions wouldn't help sway this case.
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Oscars: Leo DiCaprio Calls ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ A ‘Memoir,’ Is Kind of A Hypocrite

In just six months, Leonardo DiCaprio has invented a new brand of book: the honest novel. On the red carpet Sunday at the Academy Awards, DiCaprio described his obsession with a novel called “The Wolf of Wall Street,” the book on which the Oscar-nominated film is based. That book is a memoir, one…
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Karzai says Afghan war not fought in his country's interest: report

Expressing "extreme anger" toward the U.S. government, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said in an interview with the Washington Post that the war in Afghanistan was not fought with his country's interests in mind. "Afghans died in a war that's not ours,' Karzai said in the interview published on…
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Find Out Who Refereed the End to Lady GaGa, Kelly Osbourne Feud at Oscars

Who played referee for the Lady GaGa and Kelly Osbourne feud? None other than Sir Elton John. The two divas had been going at it for five years, but the battle officially ended at Elton John’s annual Oscar viewing party on March 2. Osbourne, 29,...
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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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Oscars: Pink Sings ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ in ‘Wizard of Oz’ Tribute (Video)

As part of a tribute to the 75th Anniversary of the film musical “The Wizard of Oz” at Sunday’s Oscars, Pink performed the iconic song, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
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Baseball Myths: Should Your Best Hitter Still Be Batting Third?

One of baseball's biggest beliefs is that a team's best hitter should bat third. Can this myth be busted, or is it true?
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Two Years Later, Angelina Jolie Gets in on the 'Angie's Right Leg' Meme

It took a couple of years, but Angelina Jolie had some fun with her 2012 Oscars presentation.
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Oscar Pistorius Trial Witness Heard 'Terrible Screams' the Night of Killing

Neighbor says she has no doubt screaming woman feared for her life.
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Why Are Jesus Movies Always Lame?

When they’re not showing off their ridiculous white casts or Americanized religious themes, Jesus movies are overwhelmed by their self-importance. Maybe it’s time to stop making them.
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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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New Audi TT leaks (6 photos)

The Geneva Motor Show's previews launch on Tuesday, but cars like the new Audi TT wait for no schedule. Here, thanks to a Dutch auto forum, is the first look at the modern Audi sports car, with a few fresh angles on the TT's traditional curves.
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Gus Malzahn, Bobby Bowden agree on slow-down rule

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Auburn coach Gus Malzahn was in his second year leading a high school program when he watched Florida State's Bobby Bowden turn up the tempo with a quarterback who was on his way to the Heisman Trophy.
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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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Russia demands a return to Ukraine unity pact

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia pressed hard Monday for Ukrainian politicians to return to the Feb. 21 agreement that promised a new unity government — with fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych back in power — would rule until an early election no later than December.
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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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Minnesota Wild trade rumors: Another blockbuster on the horizon?

The Wild have not been shy when it comes to the big move, be it at the trade deadline or in free agency. They've traded for Dany Heatley, signed Zach Parise and Ryan Suter in free agency, and traded for Jason Pominville at last year's trade deadline. They're in a pretty good position for a playoff…
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Corey Crawford’s pads make like his Stadium Series mask and disappear

Corey Crawford enjoyed a 5-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in Saturday night's Stadium Series game at Soldier Field. Unfortunately for the Chicago Blackhawks goaltender, he enjoyed it without being able to use a special mask he had painted for … Continue reading →
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FUTURE OF AIR TRAVEL IMAGINED

PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES: The company Airbus is creating radical blueprints for concept planes of the future.
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Jimmer Fredette already a fan favorite in Bulls debut

Judging by the ovation he received upon checking into the late stages of Sunday afternoons 109-90 Bulls rout over the Knicks at the United Center, Jimmer Fredette is already a fan favorite in Chicago. The newly acquired guard, whose signing was officially announced Sunday morning he cleared waivers…
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Paula Patton Dances to "Blurred Lines" at Pre-Oscars Party Following Separation From Robin Thicke

Paula Patton was spotted dancing to her estranged husband Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" at a pre-Oscars party -- read the eyewitness account
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Obama admin drives ahead with new cleaner gas rule

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is driving ahead with a dramatic reduction in sulfur in gasoline and tailpipe emissions, declaring that cleaner air will save thousands of lives per year at little cost to consumers.
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College Basketball Talk’s latest Top 25

Virginia is the perfect example of why unbalanced schedules as a result of conference expansion is lame. The three teams that the ‘Hoos played twice during ACC play were Florida State, Maryland and Notre Dame. They didn’t have to play at North Carolina or at Syracuse. So while I certainly respect…
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Oscars Backstage: Why Brad Pitt Had to Pick Up Dog Poop Before the Academy Awards

Brad Pitt’s Sunday ended with an Oscar for producing “12 Years a Slave.” It began less glamorously. Pitt’s collaborator and fellow Oscar winner Steve McQueen said he was so ecstatic over capturing the biggest prize in the evening that he leaped in the air. “Physicality just takes over, so Van…
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Jared Leto Thanks "Future Ex Wife" Lupita Nyong'o at Independent Spirit Awards: Read More From His Adorable Acceptance Speech

While accepting his award for Best Supporting Male at the 2014 Independent Spirit Awards, Jared Leto thanked his "future ex wife" Lupita Nyong'o
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Creamer wins HSBC Women's with wonder-putt

Paula Creamer of the US produced a miraculous 75-foot eagle putt on the second play-off hole to win the $1.4 million HSBC Women's Champions in dramatic fashion on Sunday. With shades of Tiger Woods at the 2005 Masters, Creamer rolled the snaking putt across the large green, over a ridge, down a…
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Oscars 2014: Ellen's #Selfie Wins Internet, Breaks Twitter

Smile, stars! Oscars attendees cram to get into the host's record-breaking snapshot.
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Why your kids are "economically worthless"

An author urges parents to ease up on their kids' activities and make them do chores.
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Another race at Phoenix, another crash for Danica Patrick after she collides with Justin Allgaier

We can say with pretty good authority that Phoenix is now probably one of Danica Patrick's least favorite tracks. Patrick was caught up in a crash with Justin Allgaier and Travis Kvapil on lap 171 of Sunday's race at Phoenix.
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Russia might lose Czech nuclear deal over Ukraine

PRAGUE (AP) — A Russian company might lose a multibillion-dollar contract to build two nuclear reactors in the Czech Republic following Russia's military intervention in Ukraine, two members of the Czech government said on Monday.
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Oscars: Liza Minnelli Salutes Mom Judy Garland on the Red Carpet (Video)

Liza Minnelli and her siblings, Lorna Luft and Joseph Luft, are at the Oscars to pay tribute to the 75th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz,” but their time on the red carpet was all about saluting the film’s big star — and their mother — Judy Garland. “She was great, she loved her family, and her…
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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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Premier League Playback: Chelsea’s savior, Pardew’s madness, goodbye Arsenal

PST’s lead writer and editor takes an alternative look at all the action from Week 28:
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8 NBA Teams That Spend the Least Cash on Winning

Are the top National Basketball Association teams efficient with their money?
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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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J.J. Watt pushes around a 1,000-pound tire, reminds us he’s a beast

The NFL has some of the greatest athletes on the planet, but how many players in the NFL are more athletic than J.J. Watt? Not too many. We've seen Watt do a 59.5-inch box jump. He has a ridiculous vertical … Continue reading →
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