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James Earl Jones on ‘Driving Miss Daisy,’ ‘Star Wars’ Sequels and Politics

Mention James Earl Jones and the actor’s dramatic baritone instantly begins resonating in the mind. It’s a voice that announced it was CNN the world was watching, taught “The Lion King’s” Simba about the circle of life, and revealed to Luke Skywalker that his greatest enemy was also his father. Its…
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Freed US soldier celebrated Xmas, played badminton with captors

Miranshah (Pakistan) (AFP) - Freed US soldier Bowe Bergdahl developed a love for Afghan green tea, taught his captors badminton, and even celebrated Christmas and Easter with the hardline Islamists, a Pakistani militant commander told AFP Sunday.
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The Bidding For The 2022 Olympics Is A Disaster Because Everyone Figured Out That Hosting Is A Total Waste

Researchers have known for years that hosting...
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Angelina Jolie Revives Her 'Tomb Raider' Look On Our Best & Worst Beauty List

Seriously, is Angelina Jolie aging backwards? The 38-year-old actress/film director/screenwriter has been making the promo rounds for her latest movie, "Maleficent," and she is looking better than ever. At the world premiere in Hollywood, Jolie revived her "Tomb Raider" look with a killer…
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Bourn's walk-off homer gives Indians 6-4 win

Michael Bourn's two-run homer in the ninth inning gave the Cleveland Indians a 6-4 win over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday and a sweep of their three-game series. Mike Aviles singled and took second on George Kottaras' sacrifice before Bourn hit his second home run of the season. The walk-off win…
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McDonald's murder in China sparks outrage

The murder of a woman at a fastfood restaurant in China has sparked a national outcry after it was revealed she was beaten to death for allegedly refusing to give her telephone number to members of a banned religious group. The 37-year-old woman was attacked by a group of people who were described…
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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Hit Friend’s Wedding in Prague

Exactly seven days following their extravagant ceremony, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West attend another wedding.
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'Maleficent' casts spell on box office, takes top spot

'Maleficent,' starring Angelina Jolie, captivates moviegoers over the weekend, bringing in $70 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates. Gavino Garay reports.
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Middle School Teacher Suspended For Showing Video About White Actors Wearing Blackface

A middle school history teacher in small-town southeastern Michigan has been placed on paid administrative leave because he informed students that white entertainers used to paint their faces black to imitate black people and showed kids a video about it. The teacher is Alan Barron, reports the…
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Pope to packed stadium: families are under attack

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis has led a pep rally to boost faith at Rome's soccer stadium, packed with more than 50,000 Catholics who follow charismatic movements, which he jokingly likened to samba dancing.
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5 Germany players to watch at the World Cup

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Germany departs for the World Cup as one of the teams to beat despite having a relatively young squad.
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ISIL kills 102-year-old man, family in Syria: NGO

The most radical jihadist group fighting in Syria on Sunday killed a 102-year-old man along with his whole family in the heart of the country, a monitoring group said. The 102-year-old was shot dead in his sleep, with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) also killing his son, his…
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Photos of the day - May 31, 2014 (43 photos)

A wax figure of actress Audrey Hepburn is displayed at the Madame Tussauds museum in Beijing, a Vietnamese girl rubs an eye during an anti-China demonstration in Tokyo and Kiev's Maydan self-defense members burn tires as they protest in downtown Kiev are some of the photos of the day.…
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The Law Finally Catches Up With Pirate Bay Torrent Co-Founder

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde was arrested late Saturday after being on the lam for nearly two years. Four men linked to Pirate Bay were originally sentenced to one year in prison and a fine of 32 million crowns ($4.8 million). The name of his site, Pirate Bay, has become shorthand for digital…
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As many as four people missing after boat sinks off Chicago

(Reuters) - As many as four people were missing and two others were rescued after a power boat capsized and sank in chilly waters near Chicago, the Coast Guard said on Sunday. The boat capsized on Saturday evening en route to Chicago's Burnham Harbor from New Buffalo, Michigan, a Coast Guard…
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Kuwait's emir makes landmark visit to Iran

Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad Al-Sabah on Sunday started a landmark visit to Tehran focused on mending fences between Shiite Iran and the Sunni-ruled monarchies in the Gulf. The two-day visit comes amid a thaw in ties between Tehran and six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) since the…
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The Easiest And Most Difficult Languages For English Speakers To Learn

If you're thinking about taking up Mandarin...
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MANCHESTER, England: Moyes tempted by offers after United firing - Soccer | Fútbol - MiamiHerald.com

MANCHESTER, England -- Former Manchester United manager David Moyes says he is being tempted by one or two "very good offers" to return to football coaching, almost six weeks after being fired by the Premier League giants. Moyes lasted just 10 months as the successor to Alex Ferguson before he was…
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Dez Bryant’s $55,000 rookie dinner tab was an eye opener

As a rookie with the Cowboys in 2010, Dez Bryant was told that it was his responsibility to pick up the tab for a dinner with teammates. Some of those teammates ran wild with the most expensive items they could find on the high-end steakhouse menu, and when the check came, it was $55,000. Reflecting…
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Does image stabilization make 'Cloverfield' a better movie?

Cloverfield's frantic, hopelessly shaky footage earned the ire of many moviegoers. That's precisely what an unidentified Vimeo uploader has done by pushing the entire 90-minute film through image stabilization software. The resulting video is a truly odd, psychedelic trip through the world of…
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Is It Me Or Is Something Off About The Smith Kids

When I think about my future children I picture open-minded mini-me’s who aren’t afraid to look at life differently and question everything that’s presented to them. They’ll defeat gender stereotypes, read the writings of Kahlil Gibran and maybe even write music or learn how to play an instrument…
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Success! Private Group Makes Contact with 36-Year-Old NASA Spacecraft

Red tape and a moderate earthquake did not deter a private group from meeting its goal of making contact with a 36-year-old NASA spacecraft that has been slumbering in deep space since 1997. The engineers, programmers and citizen scientists — working under the name ISEE-3 Reboot Project — "spoke"…
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Photos of the day - June 1, 2014 (14 photos)

A protester walks on a defaced poster of Thai Army Chief Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha during an anti-coup demonstration in Bangkok, Afghanistan's National Army soldiers stand guard during their graduation ceremony in Kabul and a man with his face painted in the colors of the flag of England poses for…
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This Is Why We Want Heidi Klum To Be Our Best Friend

Heidi Klum turns 41! If you can believe it, because we sure can't. The supermodel has been in the industry for quite some time now, but we would never know it. The German beauty most recently appeared in a campaign (sans clothes, might we add) promoting AmfAR's new tote bag, and it looks as though…
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V. Stiviano Trashes Black People on Tape (Video)

Who says that irony is dead?
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The French national team’s plane is…um…creepy

Looks like this private jet needs a new paint job.
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Box Office: Tom Cruise's 'Edge of Tomorrow' Opens to Soft $20M Overseas

"Maleficent" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past" made life impossible for the sci-fi epic in many of the 28 markets where it opened a week ahead of its June 6 North American launch.
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Moeen hits hundred as Worcs dominate

Moeen Ali hits an unbeaten 138 as Worcestershire pile on the runs to reach 329-4 against Surrey at The Oval.
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Idol's Alex Preston on Flipping Police, No Doubt & Rihanna Tracks, Getting His Feelings Hurt by the Judges

With his radical rearrangements of "Stay," "Every Breath You Take" and "Always on My Mind" (just to name a few), Alex Preston will go down in the American Idol history books as Season 13's resident...
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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban Having Relationship Troubles, Actress Reportedly Having Surrogate Baby to Save Marriage

According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, the only reason why their marriage is still on is because of their children. However, their children may not even be enough to make them tolerate each other anymore. Kidman is currently thinking that a baby boy through surrogacy just might save her marriage,…
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Maya Angleou Dispatcher Suspended

An emergency dispatcher who made disparaging remarks about Oprah Winfrey during the Maya Angelou 911 call has been suspended. An emergency dispatcher who made disparaging remarks about Oprah Winfrey during the Maya Angelou 911 call has been suspended, ET has learned. EMS Director Dan Ozimek gave a…
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Utah high school 'learned lessons' after altering yearbook photos of girls

A group of Utah high school students, including Baum, said they were shocked and upset to discover their school yearbook photos were digitally altered.AP May 29: Wasatch High School sophomore Kimberly Montoya, 16, points to her altered school yearbook photo, in Heber City, in Utah.AP May 29:…
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At least 16 missing after Russian chopper crashes into lake

At least 16 people were missing after a helicopter believed to be carrying top regional officials and businessmen crashed into a lake in northwestern Russia, police and the emergencies ministry said Sunday. According to preliminary information, the Mi-8 helicopter was carrying up to 19 people --…
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The mighty pups of the World Cup (16 photos)

A wildlife photographer has created the ultimate soccer world PUP with each national team matched to a breed of dog. Renowned photographer Eric Isselée has combined the national breeds of each team with their World Cup jerseys. Belgian, Eric pulled together his skill photographing animals and his…
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Why Are These the 3 Best-Selling Cars in the World?

In 2013, two of these three best-selling cars tallied more than 1 million units sold worldwide. Can they keep it up in 2014?
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French Open at a glance

PARIS (AP) -- A look at the French Open on Sunday:
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NSA is collecting millions of photographs daily for facial recognition program

The NSA isn't limiting itself to telephone metadata and email communications. The agency is building a massive database of photos as part of a facial recognition projection to track and identify targets, reports The New York Times. Millions of images are collected per day, according to documents…
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Did Apple accidentally reveal the iPhone 6 during WWDC preparations?

The iPhone 6 really won’t be much of a surprise whenever it’s finally revealed since we’ve been seeing leaks showing us its exact shape and size for the past several weeks. However, Nowhereelse.fr has published a new video that was purportedly filmed during Apple’s preparations for its Worldwide…
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Apple to Make Major Announcement Monday at WWDC

Apple is expected to introduce some new software and possibly updated gadgets Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
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Two Top Cold War Spies Made The Same Troubling Prediction About Edward Snowden

Snowden received asylum and a passport from Russia on August 1. He has been staying in an undisclosed location, presumably protected by the FSB, ever since. Two of the world's top spies during the Cold War, one American and one Russian, recently detailed the probable relationship between Russia's…
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X-Cluded: Why Are All the Minority X-Men Left Out in the Cold?

Here were the X-Men, Marvel’s ambassadors of tolerance and diversity, finally looking the part: There’s Chinese actress Fan Bingbing (Blink) creating time-traveling portals; French-African actor Omar Sy (Bishop) shooting energy blasts from his fingers; It’s a virtual United Nations of mutant-kind,…
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Fundamentalists Protest Harvey Milk Stamp, Accuse LGBT Activist of Pedophilia

The American Family Association, self-declared champion of the “moral foundations of American culture,” boycotts many things. A few years ago, the group slammed doll maker American Girl when it sold “I Can” wristbands in support of a girl empowerment charity, which the AFA called a “pro-abortion,…
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Cops Suspect Foul Play After Tennessee Woman Disappears

Investigators in Nashville, Tenn., believe foul play led to the disappearance of a 37-year-old mother. Nichole Burgess was last seen May 23. Police were called to her home after a friend of Burgess’ said she received a disturbing text from her. Police found her purse...
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Sky Could Fall on North Dakota’s Oil If We’re Not Careful, Shale Boss Says

Oil production from the Bakken shale oil play in North Dakota is increasing at an exponential rate.
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Bibi and the Pope’s Awkward Jesus Moment

A tense exchange between the Israeli prime minister and the pope over Jesus’ language points to the complexity of the Middle East’s history—and suggests a way toward understanding.
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'Maleficent' Casts Powerful Spell Over Box Office

Angelina Jolie concocted quite the potion for theaters this weekend. Her Sleeping Beauty companion film Maleficent enchanted the box office well beyond expectations, taking in $70 million, according to studio estimates from Rentrak. The debut provided a storybook chapter for the film, which marked…
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Zuckerberg, wife gift $120M to California schools

MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are donating $120 million to public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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16 Things That Surprised Me When I Moved To America

The author of this post is an international student from Cambodia currently working in the financial services industry in NYC. The post is based on his personal experience as an immigrant and from accounts of other immigrants' experiences. I think that anyone from any part of the world can find a…
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9 Out Of 10 Americans Are Completely Wrong About This Mind-Blowing Fact

Everything you've ever known is a lie.
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Raped, murdered girls reveal horrific risks for India's poorAFP
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Rape, murder of teenage girls reveals horrific risks for India's poor -@Bhuvanbagga for @AFPu.afp.com/budaun2 8 hrs ago
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Spain to pass $8.6 billion plan to boost jobs, cut taxes in June - prime minister

Spain will approve a 6.3 billion euro (5.14 billion pounds or 8.6 billion dollars) plan next week to create badly needed jobs and will cut the main rate of corporate tax to 25 percent from 30 percent to make companies more competitive, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Saturday. About one in…
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Justin Bieber Caught Using N-word While Telling Racist Joke on Video

A new video has surfaced of a 15-year-old Justin Bieber telling a racist joke to his friends.
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Bear In A Hammock: Hammock Later Removed By Owner

A black bear that had wandered through a Florida neighborhood causing a ruckus capped things off by climbing into a resident's backyard hammock. The furry visitor spent about 20 minutes on Thursday evening hanging out in the Daytona Beach hammock, TV station WKMG reports. Soon after the bear headed…
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77-year-old Snow White, dwarfs get tech lift in new Disney ride

Tourists crowding onto Walt Disney World's new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction this week in Florida got a glimpse of a new direction for theme parks looking to upgrade old technology.
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Dutch Scientists Successfully Teleport Data for the First Time

Scientists in the Netherlands have managed to reliably teleport quantum data for the first time, bringing us one step closer to the possible wonders of (data) teleportation. The New York Times explains that "teleportation" in this context refers to the instantaneous sharing of quantum information;…
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Sam Smith Tops British Music Charts With Fastest Selling Debut Album

British singer-songwriter Sam Smith went straight to the top of the charts with his debut album "In The Lonely Hour." The 22-year-old's album has sold 101,000 copies over the last seven days, making it the fastest-selling debut album of the year so far and knocking Coldplay's "Ghost Stories" into…
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Boeing Peddles 747-8 to Emirates as Alternative to Airbus A380

Boeing Co. is talking to Emirates, the world’s biggest operator of the Airbus A380 superjumbo, about a potential purchase of its rival 747-8, as the airline seeks more fuel-efficient carriage of large passenger numbers. Emirates’ need for better fuel burn on its largest jets has opened a window of…
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ECO: Pistachio nut consumption cuts insulin resistance

(HealthDay)—Consumption of pistachio nuts is associated with decreased insulin resistance in individuals with prediabetes, according to a study presented at the annual European Congress on Obesity, held from May 28 to 31 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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Marilyn Monroe With Cute Animals: A Birthday Slideshow You'll Love

In case you didn't get the Facebook notification, Today would have been Marilyn Monroe's 88th birthday. The icon is remembered for many things: her voice, her timeless beauty, and her captivating screen presence. But, she was also known for her love of dogs. Though she also once owned a cat and
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Aaron Hernandez is running out of money

After spending nearly a year behind bars and dealing with an ever-growing list of legal issues, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez apparently is running out of cash. As first reported by Kevin Vaughn of FOX Sports, Hernandez is having trouble paying his lawyers. Two of the men who appeared…
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David Villa says goodbye to Atlético Madrid, set to join NYCFC

On Sunday, David Villa announced, via the official website of Atlético Madrid, that he will be leaving the club to take on another challenge. David Villa joined Atlético Madrid just last year, after three seasons spent with Barcelona. The move to New York will provide his first time playing outside…
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11 Bizarre Church Laws That Could Send You To Jail

Some states take their religious services very seriously. Breaking these laws could send you straight from the chapel to the cooler for something as simple as a sneeze. Though these appear to all still be on the books, a lawyer probably wouldn't have a prayer of successfully prosecuting anyone…
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Egypt rejects appeal of defeated presidential candidate

Egypt's elections committee said on Sunday it had rejected a defeated presidential candidate's appeal against voting results that gave former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi a landslide victory. Leftist politician Hamdeen Sabahi only got 3 percent of the votes in last week's elections, according to…
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‘Sherlock’ Season Three Will Stream Exclusively on Netflix

Rejoice, Sherlockians/Sherlock Holmies. While the fourth season of “Sherlock” is still in limbo, season three will stream exclusively on Netflix starting Monday. The service will also stream three half-hour behind-the-scenes specials titled “Sherlock Uncovered” following each episode. This will…
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Why BMW Will Leave Tesla in the Dust

Tesla's reign as luxury EV king will be short if BMW has anything to say about it.
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The sad truth behind Evan Turner's sad story

I feel bad for Evan Turner.
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The States With the Strongest and Weakest Unions

In the past 30 years, union membership has dropped from 20.1% of the workforce in 1983 to 11.2% last year. Despite this long running decline, some states remain union strongholds, while others have almost no union presence. In New York, Alaska and Hawaii, more than 22% of workers were union members…
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The Coolest Member Of The Kardashian-Jenner Clan Is...

Though we could gladly spend all day obsessing over stars' clothes and makeup, sometimes it's important to focus on their accessories, too. After all, shoes, handbags and jewelry can make an outfit. This week, a few A-listers proved this to be true. ...
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What Happens Behind the Scenes of HGTV's 'Property Brothers'?

What good is all work and no play? Check out these goofy behind-the-scenes shots of HGTV's Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott having fun while they buy, sell and renovate houses. Want to see more of their antics? Catch the Property Brothers on HGTV, Wednesdays 9p/8c. Or tune in to the season…
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French Open, Day 7 (21 photos)

The action continued Saturday at Roland Garros. Check out some of the best pictures.
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6 Foods That Fight Pain Naturally

SPECIAL FROM Grandparents.com When you get out of bed in the morning do you make a sort of “oyyyyyyy…aaaagggh" groan that goes with an achy pain in your back and knees? Welcome to the world of getting older. (Your first impulse might be to take some ibuprofen. Recent studies, however, have shown a…
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Why a Chevy Corvette Costs Less Than $54,000

GM's Chevy division sells its flagship Corvette Stingray Coupe for under $54,000. Since the car ranks as a world-class sports vehicle, in theory it should sell for much more.
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'The Young and the Restless' shocker: Is Michael Muhney returning?

“The Young and the Restless” has had fans buzzing for the better half of a year. Recently reports have been circulating about Jill Farren Phelps and her quest to replace Michael Muhney as Adam Newman. It hasn't been easy for Phelps, especially dealing with the backlash from a huge fan base.…
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Russian Fighters In East Ukraine Aren't Even Hiding Anymore

A pro-Russian rebel from the Vostok Battalion stands guard at a checkpoint in Donetsk June 1, 2014. In flak jackets and mismatched camouflage fatigues, men from eastern Ukraine, Russia and Ossetia cleaned their weapons side by side in a former Ukrainian army base, now the headquarters of a…
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NONBELIEVERS WALK FINE LINE WITH RELIGIOUS FAMILY MEMBERS

DEAR ABBY: My husband, "Mike," and I are young newlyweds and adjusting to our new life quite well. However, while we both come from deeply religious families, we are both nonbelievers, which has caused some strife within the family. Mike has several nieces and nephews (ages 4 to 9) who have asked…
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Social Security: Why Taking Benefits at 62 Is Smarter Than You Think

If you've been led to believe that waiting to apply for Social Security is always the best thing to do, then you need to read this.
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New plans for fighting off an Asian carp Great Lakes invasion

State and federal agencies are at war with the Asian carp, an invasive fish species that can grow up to five feet and weigh more than a hundred pounds. The Great Lakes are under the threat of invasion by a foreign species — and the debate is raging on how it can be prevented. State and federal…
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Arsenio Hall Show Canceled Three Months After Getting Renewed

The syndicated talk show was picked up for a second season in February — an announcement that was made on-air by Jay Leno in his first post-Tonight Show appearance. However, the cancellation comes after several station groups, including Tribune Co. and Sinclair Broadcast Group, had downgraded the…
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Boeing 737 Challenger Fails

Canada-based aircraft maker Bombardier Inc. suffered a significant setback on Thursday to its plans to build a commercial plane to compete with the 737 from Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and the A320 from Airbus Group. The company’s C Series flight test vehicle (FTV1) experienced an “engine-related…
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James Ihedigbo: Lions will be “hard-hitting, vicious, physical”

Lions safety James Ihedigbo has a better idea than his teammates about what kind of defense they’ll be running in Detroit this season, as Ihedigbo has previously played with new Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin in Baltimore. Ihedigbo says it’s a defense that’s going to make life rough for…
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Don't Try to Lose Belly Fat Without the Help of These 4 Foods

By Ethan A. Huff, contributing writer to Natural News With more than one-third of the U.S. adult population now clinically obese, and roughly half of the overall population veering into overweight territory, there is no better time than the present to begin taking a serious inventory of your diet…
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Big Wind: How Jet Engines on Tanks Put out Oil Fires [Videos]

On August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi Republican Guard invaded the small oil-producing nation of Kuwait. This resulted in the full wrath of the United States military and 33 other nations, with the execution of Operation Desert Storm. Iraqi forces were eventually overrun and outmatched, and in…
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NJ-bound plane, 7 aboard, catches fire on takeoff

BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — A private plane with seven people aboard crashed and erupted into fire Saturday night as it was leaving Hanscom Field in Massachusetts, authorities said.
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Can South Korea Conduct Fair Trial Of Ferry Crew?

Less than two months after the ferry Sewol sank, court proceedings over the disaster are set to begin for 15 crew members over the disaster — four of them for homicide. The job of defending them falls almost entirely on six state-appointed lawyers, three of whom started practicing law only this…
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Unemployed with Dignity

I fear for the shadow people because they are my peeps. Who are the shadow people? They are the countless thousands and millions of nameless faceless people in the United States who no longer appear in the monthly jobless figures. They are a silent minority that are working for their next career…
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How to Start Saving for Retirement at Age 50

If you are a young baby boomer with no retirement savings, read this
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Red flags fly at Dover for debris, track repairs

DOVER, Del. -- Two red flags were thrown during the first half of Sunday's FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway. "Our car was really, really loose all race long and was just trying to hang onto it, definitely didn't want the race to end that way and got our teammates…
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Xbox Live Gold: Free Games For Xbox One And 360 In June Includes ‘Street Fighter,’ ‘Halo,’ And ‘Dark Souls’

Xbox Live Gold: Free Games For Xbox One And 360 In June Includes ‘Street Fighter,’ ‘Halo,’ And ‘Dark Souls’ The Xbox Live Gold free games list has been announced for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Gamers may be surprised that they will be receiving some fairly big games and not just indie titles…
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Dodge reveals more secrets of the 'Hellcat' engine

We got our first look at the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat a week ago but now Dodge has dropped a few more details and photos for what’s shaping up to be the brand’s most potent muscle car in its entire history. ALSO SEE: 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat: Live Photos And Video The supercharged…
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'It's been fun': Blackhawks, Kings set to give classic series the ending it deserves

At some point Sunday night — or maybe even Monday morning — we’ll know who the New York Rangers are facing in the Stanley Cup Final, which begins Wednesday. While we wait, the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings will finish their glorious series off in proper fashion with a Game 7.
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New Ukraine leader tackles gas, Obama, Putin in crunch week

Ukraine's new pro-Western leader enters a defining week Sunday seeking to head off a Russian gas cut and secure US President Barack Obama's backing with his country threatened by civil war. Confectionery tycoon Petro Poroshenko will also attempt to arrange the first meeting by a Ukrainian leader…
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Nick Young Threw a 90s-Themed Birthday Party and Invited His Teammates | Extra Mustard - SI.com

Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young -- who, for whatever reason, prefers to be known as "Swaggy P" -- hosted a 1990s-themed birthday party for himself this weekend and invited all of his Laker teammates, including the oft-injured Steve Nash, who dressed up in what appears to be a Flintstones' ...
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Gorgeous, friendly dog dumped twice in a year at the same animal control

A stunning, one-year-old pit bull named Betty Blue has found herself without a home not once, but twice within the same year. Betty Blue's original owners surrendered her to the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center in Baldwin Park, Calif., earlier this year. The first time around, Betty Blue beat the…
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Serena Williams And Caroline Wozniacki Are Living It Up In Miami

Serena and The Woz are the sports world's newest dynamic duo. The two were in Miami for Game 6 Friday night and after the Heat dispatched with the Pacers, they were hanging with Greg Oden. The Woz then went on to spin some beats in a Miami nightclub. On Saturday, they crashed a wedding on the beach.
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Americans and their cars: A love affair on fumes?

The '57 Chevy was still a year away when the launch of the interstate highway system kicked U.S. car culture into high gear. But six decades later, changing habits and attitudes suggest America's romance with the road may be fading.
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California primary: Will Golden State GOP sink to new low?

California is a great place to live. Despite the debt, the traffic, the one-party rule, the taxes and the eagerness of politicians to overwhelm small businesses and large corporate job producers with red tape and unnecessary regulations, the Golden State is still the most beautiful place to live…
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Steven Tyler Rocks Europe One Street Performance at a Time

Steven Tyler plays a wild instrument on a Helsinki, Finland, street and pranks Miley Cyrus.
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If You're Uninsured Next Year, Prepare For Your Obamacare Penalty to Soar

Don't look now, but your Obamacare penalty could rise by as much as 242% next year if you remain uninsured.
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The D-Day landings, 70 years later: Then and now (34 photos)

On June 6, 1944, allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day - an operation that turned the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis, marking the beginning of the end of the conflict. Today, as many around the world prepare to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the…
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Astronaut: Musk's capsule no substitute for Soyuz (Q&A) - CNET

Astronaut Chris Hadfield, all suited up. Elon Musk is an engineering and business genius along the lines of Howard Hughes, and he's accomplished things with SpaceX that rocket scientists have been trying to solve since the Mercury program in the early 1960s. But anyone who thinks Musk's new manned…
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Did Bubba Watson's ball move? Watch the video and make the call

Did Bubba bump the ball?
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Quintana wraps up Giro victory

Colombian Movistar rider Nairo Quintana wins the first Grand Tour of his career with victory in the Giro d'Italia.
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This number could tell us where America is heading

Friday's report could shed some much-needed light on where the US economy is going.
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After 5 Months of Sales, Colorado Sees the Downside of a Legal High

U.S.|After 5 Months of Sales, Colorado Sees the Downside of a Legal High Law enforcement officers in Colorado and neighboring states, emergency room doctors and legalization opponents increasingly are highlighting a series of recent problems as cautionary lessons for other states flirting with…
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Microsoft Reveals Their E3 2014 Plans

This weekend Microsoft revealed their agenda for next week's E3. "We can t wait to share more with those of you watching from home or the office, but we also realize that some fans might want to do more than just watch," Microsoft said on Xbox Wire. "Although many E3 events are closed to the…
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Retirement: How to invest wisely to live comfortably

Fidelity executive says that retirees need to invest in equities to outpace inflation.
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Hundreds of thousands of evangelicals march in Rio

Hundreds of thousands of evangelical Christians held a "March for Jesus" Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, a show of their churches' growing heft in the world's largest Roman Catholic country. Dancing to Christian rock, gospel and hip-hop blasted from eight enormous sound trucks, participants flooded one…
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Mexico's Luis Montes suffers gruesome leg break after scoring wonderful goal

The perils of pre-World Cup friendlies were realized by several countries on Saturday, but none worse than Mexico.
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Disaster Narrowly Avoided After Small Plane Crashes Into Power Lines

A pilot said he was doing a friend a favor by taking a plane out for a spin on a nice sunny Saturday. However, the plane never got off the ground and narrowly avoided disaster.
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Kaley Cuoco Can’t Stop Cutting Her Hair

Kaley Cuoco Can’t Stop Cutting Her Hair Kaley Cuoco is the queen of the fake-out. The ‘Big Bang Theory’ star showed off a dramatic short cut on Instagram last March. It turned out to be a ruse – her hair was just tied back – but unless Kaley is serving up some clever new camera tricks, her photos…
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Cheryl Burke Fires Back At Weight Loss Critics

Cheryl Burke showed off her fabulous bikini body in People magazine last week and discussed how she recently dropped 15 pounds. After facing backlash regarding her weight loss, the "Dancing with the Stars" pro took to Facebook to speak out about why she shed the pounds. I'm not caving in to the…
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LeBron, on being tapped in the face by Lance Stephenson in Game 6: ‘I have no idea how I restrained’

LeBron didn't allow Lance Stephenson to get under his skin. But it wasn't easy.
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Sorry, Adam McKay Doesn't Want To Direct 'Ant-Man' Either

Just one day after being put on the short list for Edgar Wright replacements, "Anchorman" director Adam McKay has pulled out of "Ant-Man." According to The Hollywood Reporter, the decision was his alone. And yes, met w/Marvel. Kirby & Lee r my Lennon Mccartney so it was awesome. But have other…
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Chiropractor Suspected of Killing Fifth Wife Charged With Capital Murder

Michael Wohlschlaeger Charged With Murder After '20/20' Report
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How to Trade Apple Ahead of WWDC and Stock Split

When is a pullback coming from either of these two events, and how should investors play it?
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Grant Gustin Talks The Flash, First Pilot Reactions Speed In

The CW’s upcoming Arrow spin-off, The Flash, is one of our most anticipated new shows of the 2014-2015 season, especially after that extended trailer raced its way online. Glee alum Grant Gustin will play Barry Allen, who made his debut on Arrow last year and was given a stamp of fan approval for…
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Your Cat Is Crazy! But You Knew That Already, So You’ll Get The Joke In These 20 Crazy Photos

Cats can be the most adorable animals in the world and also the most annoying. Even the most devoted cat person often wonders if all cats are insane.
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Serena Williams Crashes Wedding in a Leopard Leotard--See the Pic!

We've seen some celebrity wedding crashing in our day, but Serena William's surprise appearance m...
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Muslims march in C.African Republic capital, call for evacuation

By Serge Leger Kokpakpa BANGUI (Reuters) - Hundreds of Muslims marched in their last major enclave in Central African Republic's capital Bangui on Saturday, protesting against a call by the president that they disarm and demanding their safe evacuation from the city. A tense calm has returned to…
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May likely to bring shower of new U.S. jobs

The economy is widely expected to post another strong month of job creation in May, fueling hopes that the fastest U.S. growth since the end of the recession is just around the corner. Yet hopes of faster ...
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Photos: Louis C.K.'s new fairy-tale home on Shelter Island (20 photos)

By Jennifer Karmon, Yahoo Homes Comedian Louis C.K. just paid $2.4 million for a century-old Tudor on Westmoreland Farm, where Babe Ruth played ball on the lawn and 'Peter Pan' made a magical informal debut for a few lucky townspeople. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes' Spaces blog.…
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WWE Network: Vince McMahon Ripping Off Its Wrestlers’ Pay With PPV Bonuses?

WWE Network: Vince McMahon Ripping Off Its Wrestlers’ Pay With PPV Bonuses? Are the WWE Network and Vince McMahon ripping off wrestlers’ paychecks with a change in WWE PPV bonuses? That’s the rumor going around, but is the effect on the average WWE wrestler not that much? There was even a rumor…
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Fast Food Burgers RANKED: All Are Not Created Equal!

More filling than a grilled cheese and more portable than a hoagie, burgers are just better. But not all burgers are created equal. The secret to a great burger is in the location of the condiments and the #1 burger on this list gets it right, but you have to know how to order it that way. From…
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Stiviano on tape saying black people are ‘crazy’ and ‘stupid’

Pot, meet kettle. The weird companion of embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling called blacks “crazy” in a video she made for a reality-show pilot about — wait for it — gold diggers. ...
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A broken Congress | The House: Chaotic breakdown

WASHINGTON — If there’s a crystal-clear illustration of how the U.S. House of Representatives is broken, it might be in how its members spend taxpayers’ money. It’s not that those we send to Washington spend too much — that’s a conversation for another story — it’s how they spend it.
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6 Cleveland police officers charged in fatal chase

CLEVELAND (AP) — A nighttime car chase in Cleveland that ended on a schoolyard where more than 100 shots were fired at the suspect's vehicle appeared to be over when an officer opened fire again, a prosecutor said in announcing charges against the patrolman and five police supervisors.
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Jack White Issues Formal Apology to Black Keys, Meg White, More After Rolling Stone Cover Story

After his cover story in Rolling Stone, Jack White issued a formal apology on his website, explaining his comment about the Black Keys and Meg White
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Kate Gosselin and Eight Kids Coming Back to TV

Kate Gosselin and her eight kids are coming back to TV. TLC has released a clip from the upcoming special Kate Plus Eight: Sextuplets Turn 10. The clip does not feature Gosselin’s ex-husband, Jon Gosselin and it is unsure if he will make an appearance. It’s been three years since the reality show…
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Yoenis Cespedes' epic night includes two outfield assists in same inning

Yoenis Cespedes does it all for Oakland.
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The Ghost Of Pierre Teilhard De Chardin

It might seem that way, given the ongoing showdown between doctrinal hard-liners in the Vatican and leaders representing more than 40,000 U.S. sisters, with one of Rome’s chief complaints being the nuns’ continuing embrace of the notion of “conscious evolution.” To many ears, “conscious evolution”…
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The NSA has collected 'millions' of faces from the web

The NSA isn't just interested in pure communications intelligence like call records; it wants to look for faces, too. Documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA has been using facial recognition ...
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Proposed $40 million settlement set for players

A $40 million settlement has been completed that will pay college football and basketball players dating to 2003 for the use of their likenesses in NCAA-branded videogames.
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Huge Thai security force deployment stifles coup protests

By Paul Mooney and Simon Webb BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's military government sent thousands of troops and police into central Bangkok on Sunday, stifling any mass dissent against the army's coup on May 22 and limiting protesters to small gatherings held mostly around shopping malls. The…
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Scandal's Columbus Short Not Returning for Season 4 -- Read His Full Statement

Harrison Wright is officially hanging up his Gladiator shield. Columbus Short on Friday confirmed that he won’t be returning for Scandal‘s upcoming fourth season. Short released the following statement on Friday: I would like to first thank [creator] Shonda Rhimes for the opportunity to work with…
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Smile: Your Selfie Is A Mugshot For The NSA

A report in The New York Times, based on documents from 2011 obtained by the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, reveal that the US security agency’s reliance on facial recognition technology has grown significantly ...
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Photographer Ariana Cubillos (52 photos)

Ariana Cubillos was born in Colombia and studied at Colombia’s College of Superior Education, earning a degree in film and photography in 1996. She worked at El Tiempo, Colombia’s leading newspaper, before joining the AP in 2000, first in Bogota and then for five years in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In…
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​Miranda Lambert: Little bit tough, little bit sweet

"The House That Built Me" is just one of the country hits bearing Miranda Lambert's unique stamp. And Lambert's spoken words are as distinctive as the ones she sings. Even if you don't know country music, one look at Miranda Lambert and it's easy to see why she's the queen of the country ball. It's…
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Report: Kevin Love in Boston this weekend to ‘see what it’s like’

Love visits Boston, and the Celtics are one of the teams reportedly interested in trading for him.
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George Clooney Getting Married And Running For President?

George Clooney Getting Married And Running For President? Just call him Mr. President! Apparently, actor George Clooney has a lot going on in his life lately. Not only is The Monuments Men star planning on getting married, but he’s also thinking of running for office — for the oval office, that is.
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American Cities With Unemployment Under 4%

While unemployment remains more than 20% in some of America’s metro areas where the recession still lingers, cities within states that never were damaged deeply by the recession continue to have unemployment ...
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Misogyny in Theological Drag

Far too often, religious doctrine amounts to misogyny in theological drag—and the church needs to change that.
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New Video Game Releases for the Week of June 1, 2014

The New Video Game Releases for the week of June 1 are here, and while millions of gamers are still hacking the city of Chicago in Watch Dogs, there are plenty of smaller experiences this week that are worth a look. First up in the list of new releases is 1001 Spikes, a platforming game whose goal…
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‘Atlanta’ star Burruss ready for TV ‘Wedding’

The time has come — and regardless of who has the courage to object, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss is dead-set on marrying her fiancé, Todd Tucker. Todd is no Kanye West. “Coming to America” — Atlanta Style Like it or not, Kandi expects the team to create an extravagant,…
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10 Hot Summer Beach Reads, From J.K. Rowling's Latest to Hillary Clinton's Memoir

Stephen King, Paul McCartney and a few promising rookies are among those with buzzy new books out this season.
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Weather History: May 31: Record temps, storms, flooding, tornadoes, wind & snow

Listed are Meteorological events that happened on May 31st: The tornado, which killed many people, was described in the "American Journal of Science". A tornado moved across Warren County and devastated the town of Ellison, IL about 14 miles southwest of Monmouth. One of the greatest weather…
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More Details Emerge on the Insane 2015 Dodge Challenger (F, FIATY, TM)

The all-new 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT with the Hellcat engine is set to arrive at dealers this fall. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NASDAQOTH: FIATY ) released a few more details this week on the upcoming supercharged version of the long-running Dodge Challenger muscle car. We still don't know how…
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3 Catholic missionaries freed in Cameroon

ROME (AP) — Two Italian priests and a Canadian nun have been freed two months after they were abducted in northern Cameroon by armed groups, the Vatican and the Italy's Foreign Ministry said Sunday.
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2 Hot 2 Handle (Week of May 26, 2014) (10 photos)

Emily Blunt, Amanda Seyfried, and Angelina Jolie are among the week's best-dressed celebs.
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Bowe Bergdahl's parents: 'It isn't over'

"You've made it ... You are free," Bowe Bergdahl's mother tells her son Afghan Taliban leader praises release of detainees in rare statement Susan Rice says U.S. feels confident released prisoners will be monitored Bergdahl arrives at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany
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Anger for ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Cast, and a Black Eye for Its Promoter - NYTimes.com

NEW ORLEANS — Ben Forster, a 33-year-old British actor, was preparing for the biggest break of his career as he rehearsed the title role for an ambitious arena tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar” that was to have its first performance here at the Lakefront Arena on June 9. On Friday, Mr. Forster, an…
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Monfils makes his strategy work at French Open

Leading two sets to one but already down a break in the fourth, Gael Monfils decided he needed to catch his breath. The 23rd-seeded Frenchman advanced to the fourth round at the French Open by beating Fabio Fognini 5-7, 6-2, 6-4, 0-6, 6-2 in a match that had a combined 137 unforced errors and one…
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Kate Middleton "Minder" Hired to Thwart Upskirt Pics in Wake of Epic Dress Flare-Up

In the wake of Kate Middleton's now-infamous dress flare-up, a royal female "minder" has reportedly been hired to make sure this stops happening. By now you've likely seen, or at least heard about, the Kate Middleton bum photo that a paparazzo snapped after a rogue guest of wind revealed it. Even…
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France's Le Pen says she admires Putin as much as Merkel - magazine

By Michelle Martin BERLIN (Reuters) - Marine Le Pen, leader of France's far-right National Front, said she admired Vladimir Putin as much as German Chancellor Angela Merkel because the Russian president did not allow other countries to impose decisions on him. Le Pen's anti-immigrant, Eurosceptic…
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Rock Hall of Fame: Dave Grohl on Nirvana Honors, Reuniting with Courtney Love: 'It Was Beautiful'

The Foo Fighters frontman talks about the "f---in' magical" event, airing May 31 on HBO, and reveals further plans for his "Sonic Highways" TV show at the network.
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Iran executes man despite international pressure

Iran on Sunday hanged a man said to be affiliated to an exiled opposition group, state media reported, despite international pressure on the Islamic republic to halt the execution. According to the official IRNA news agency, Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani was convicted of "waging war against God"…
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Qatar World Cup corruption, worker deaths a criminal combination

Hell, lots of us thought it long before Sunday, when the Times of London reported that Qatar's former top football official -- the famously corrupt Mohamed Bin Hammam -- had bribed FIFA officials and their connections to land the 2022 World Cup. There isn't just smoke here, is my point.
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Evan Rachel Wood Slams Michelle Rodriguez Hookup Rumors

Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell announced they had separated on Wednesday, and by Friday, rumors had already begun to link Evan to someone else - "Fast & Furious" actress Michelle Rodriguez. Evan broke her self-imposed Twitter break to slam the gossip. "Looks like someone is already trying to start…
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13 Best Game of Thrones Insults: You Don't Have to Be a Dragon to Dish Out Burns!

Amidst all the political intrigue, epic battles and incestuous sexy-time, the incredibly clever dialogue on Game of Thrones is sometimes overshadowed. So, as season four of GoT begins to draw to a close, we figured it would be a good time to reminisce on the most scathing insults to spring from the…
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New Indian finance minister vows fiscal discipline

India's new finance minister vowed on Sunday to uphold fiscal discipline, despite pressure on public finances from figures showing the economy grew by less than 5 percent in the fiscal year just ended. Investors are looking to see whether Arun Jaitley, also handed the defense portfolio in Prime…
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Wreck ends Busch's hopes of tripleheader sweep

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What the US withdrawal from Afghanistan means

What the US withdrawal from Afghanistan means ‘Obama’s decision to end the US military involvement in the Afghan civil war needs to be welcomed as a positive development for regional security and stability.’ Image: A US soldier takes a ‘selfie’ as President Barack Obama greets troops at Bagram Air…
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Snubs, harsh words at Asia security meet as U.S. and Japan rile China

By Rachel Armstrong and Raju Gopalakrishnan SINGAPORE (Reuters) - When Japan's defense minister greeted the deputy chief of staff of China's army at a regional security forum this weekend, he was undiplomatically snubbed. Lieutenant General Wang Guanzhong said he was incensed by comments from…
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Alternate Kisstory: Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer & Bruce Kulick Speak Out

Rolling Stone's first-ever Kiss cover story mostly focused on the original lineup of the band: Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. The Rock and Hall of Fame also chose to induct o[...]
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'Star Wars 7' leaked footage of Daisy Ridley stunt and alien creature is a fake

According to International Business Times on Friday, recently and supposedly footage of Daisy Ridley in J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars 7" sequel, which started filming in Abu Dhabi, was recently leaked by a Lucasfilm staff person Rey-Phillip Santos. It appeared to be a photo of an alien and a video of…
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Florida Gators Pull Off Hidden Ball Trick (VIDEO)

The Florida Gators perfectly executed a hidden ball trick against the College Of Charleston on Friday to record an out at second base. It almost as good as the trick play the Minnesota Twins pulled off in "The Little Big League. (H/T to The Big Lead)
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Central African Republic Premier Calls For Voluntary Disarmament Next Week

Central African Republic's prime minister on Sunday called for voluntary national disarmament next week in a bid to halt a worsening cycle of violence that threatens to drive Muslims from the West of the country. In a televised address, Prime Minister Andre Nzapayeke declared June 8 would be a day…
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Cheryl Burke Defends Her 15-Pound Weight Loss

'This Wasn't Some Drastic Change I Made Overnight,' She Explained
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7 Ways Kanye West was a Groomzilla at His Wedding

So, we kind of figured that Kanye West would be a tiny bit of a groomzilla. And who really knows what happened at Kimye's wedding, since cell phones and social media were banned and the only unofficial pictures are blurry and from questionable paparazzi.
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Voters Want the GOP to Move On from Obamacare

If attacking Obamacare is its number one campaign strategy, the GOP might want to regroup before November. After enduring four years of intense political warfare over the president’s health care law, the majority of voters say they want candidates to stop talking about it and move on, a new poll by…
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