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Christians Respond To Victoria Osteen's Claim: 'When We Obey God..We're Doing It For Ourself'

Lakewood Church co-pastor Victoria Osteen received backlash from the Christian community after video footage of an August sermon surfaced showing Osteen encouraging congregants to "do good for your own self."The pastor, who is married to televangelist Joel Osteen, told the congregation that the key…
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Auto Dealers Cut Prices on New Cars & Trucks

Local auto dealers are cutting their prices on all vehicle types. If you're looking for a new car this month, buy now and save as much as you can.AutoPriceFinder.comSponsored



Dad indicted on murder charges in son's hot car death

A Georgia grand jury on Thursday indicted Justin Ross Harris on eight counts, including malice murder and two counts of felony murder, in the hot car death of his toddler son. The other five charges are: first-degree cruelty to children, second-degree cruelty to children, criminal attempt to commit…
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The Beatles – Helter Skelter

“I’ve got blisters on my fingers!” is shouted by Ringo Starr at the end of the song, after he threw his drum sticks down from the intensity and length of the recording session. Studio session recordings of the song were numerous and varied in style, and lasted up to 27 minutes at the longest.…
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"Astoundingly huge" dinosaur skeleton unearthed

Scientists have unearthed the skeleton of a previously unknown, massive dinosaur species that may be the largest land animal ever found. The specimen named Dreadnoughtus schrani is exceptionally complete, with about 70 percent of its bones recovered. Previously discovered "super-massive" dinosaurs…
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Kim Kardashian Strips Off For GQ Magazine

Kim Kardashian has revealed her latest magazine cover for British GQ by Instagramming the snap to over eighteen million followers. The brunette beauty showed that being a mum hasn't tamed her daring style as she stripped down to nothing but a pair of heels for the racy shoot.
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Surviving An ISIS Massacre

His is one of a very few witness accounts, and perhaps the most detailed, to emerge after the June massacre of Iraqi soldiers stationed at Camp Speicher, a former American army base in Tikrit, Mr. Hussein’s hometown.
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Marcos Rojo granted work permit, can now play for Manchester United

Manchester United signed Marcos Rojo nearly two weeks ago, but he wasn't able to participate in the club's last three games because of issues with a work permit. After a fairly lengthy process, Rojo has finally been granted a work permit, and can play for Manchester United against Queens Park…
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Girl, 8, Missing In Arizona

Alexis Murphy, 17, has been missing since the evening of Aug. 3, 2013, when she left home to do back to school shopping in Lynchburg, Virginia. On Aug. 6, 2013, authorities found Alexis Murphy's white 2003 Nissan Maxima in the parking lot of a movie theater in Albemarle County, just north of…
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Take a Look at United Airlines' New Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Boeing delivered the aircraft in Seattle late Wednesday. United will initially put it to use on Houston-based routes on Sept. 20. On Oct. 26, United will inaugurate six-day-a-week 787-9 service between LAX and Melbourne, Australia, which at 7,927 miles would be the longest 787 route in the world.
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Charles Barkley blames his 'rift' with Michael Jordan on his criticism of the former Charlotte Bobcats

Basketball Hall of Famers Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan have a decades-long friendship that is probably the most documented and detailed in NBA history. Sure, Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell had their good times toward the end, and Larry Bird and Magic Johnson have had books and even…
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Wal-Mart workers upset over 'silly' new dress code

Several Wal-Mart (WMT) employees are up in arms following the company's decision to change its dress code from a plain blue shirt and khakis to one that requires a collared shirt and a vest. Although the company will pay for the required vest, employees are expected to foot the bill for the new…
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CVS changes name, stops tobacco sales early

As CVS sharpens its focus on customer health, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly a month sooner than planned. CVS Caremark said it will now be known as CVS Health, effective immediately. The cigars and cigarettes that used…
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Benedict Cumberbatch Is Reportedly Being Eyed For 2 DC Comics Roles

When it comes to a rumor of a celebrity's involvement in a particular project, there's typically one specific role they're supposedly earmarked for. In the case of Benedict Cumberbatch and DC, there's not only one but two different roles he's supposedly being considered for in both Batman v.…
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Great white shark attacks 2 women in Massachusetts

Two women were attacked by a great white shark Wednesday as they were kayaking off Plymouth, CBS Boston reported. The Plymouth harbormaster responded and pulled the women into the boat. The kayak had a very large bite in it, and experts confirmed a great white shark was responsible.
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Saudi Arabia's Shallow Promises of Reform -- Raif Badawi Again

I actually was giving Saudi Arabia the benefit of the doubt. I was following its own media, its own newspapers, and was hopeful. Hopeful because of some critical articles, written by Saudi intellectuals, that pointed to the danger of religious fundamentalism engrained within the Kingdom. I thought,…
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Photos of the day - September 3, 2014 (38 photos)

A newly born female white rhino runs in Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv, Israel, an Indian woman covers her child's head with her sari while hurrying through a street as it rains in New Delhi and a woman walks on a private beach during a warm are some of the photos of the day. (AP/EPA/Reuters)…
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The Ice Bucket Challenge Is A Satanic Ritual, Explains Troubled Writer

A WorldNetDaily writer can’t fathom why anyone would willingly dump ice water on themselves, so she did some digging and has now concluded that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is a satanic ritual. “I began to think about the IBC,” Selena Owens explains in the piece. The most troubling evidence she has…
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Apple may have another big surprise up its sleeve at the iPhone 6 event

Apple may have something special to announce during the upcoming September 9th media event, in addition to the iPhone 6 and iWatch, KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo revealed in a note to investors obtained by AppleInsider. FROM EARLIER: A thinner, more powerful iPad Air model is in the works Apparently,…
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Here’s what really happened in the Gaza war (according to the Israelis)

On a high floor of the Israeli defense ministry, a top intelligence officer sat down with a small group of foreign journalists Wednesday night to run through his slide show on the 50-day Gaza war — what surprised the Israelis about their enemy Hamas and what did not. With the condition of…
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Surgery on ailing Great Dane yields 43 ½ socks

The 3-year-old Great Dane was miserable and retching when its owners rushed him to a northwest Portland emergency animal hospital. X-rays showed a stomach full of "a large quantity of foreign material." Nearly two hours of surgery later, Dr. Ashley Magee had the answer — the dog had consumed 43 ½…
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BMW’s Electric Car Crushes Tesla on the Sales Charts TheStreet.com
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Sales of @BMWUSA's i3 are 70% higher than Tesla's in the US market, and it's only been selling for 4 months: go-tst.com/B5lE5 $TSLA 1 hr ago
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Coalition for Peace Must Be as Strong as Coalition to Stop Gaza War

After 51 horrible days, the people of Gaza, Israel and the world breathed a sigh of relief when a ceasefire agreement was announced by the Palestinian president on August 26.The impressive regional and international coalition that worked on putting a stop to this war went back to dealing with other…
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Eyes in the sky: Inside the undercover world of U.S. air marshals safeguarding you when you fly

When you board a commercial flight, there’s a chance the person seated next you is an undercover air marshal. The undercover federal agents, who work in teams and number in the thousands, pose as ordinary passengers but are trained to respond to the worst-case scenarios on an aircraft, as “Power…
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A Stunning New Map Reveals For The First Time Where Our Galaxy Fits Into The Universe

The entire Milky Way galaxy is a tiny speck on the outskirts of a super-cluster of galaxies. The team discovered that the Milky Way resides on the outskirts of a massive, previously unknown galaxy super-cluster scientists have named Laniakea, from Hawaiian words for "immeasurable heaven." The…
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Bodies Found In Frisco Home Where Boy Died
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Cincinnati Bengals Re-Sign Devon Still to Help Pay for Daughter's Cancer Treatment

The Cincinnati Bengals player who was cut from the team and then brought onto the practice squad in order to help pay for his daughter’s cancer treatments says he sees the move as a “blessing in disguise.” Defensive tackle Devon Still found out Saturday that he had been cut from the Bengals’ roster…
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Gigantic Dreadnoughtus Dinosaur Weighed Whopping 65 Tons, Feared Nothing

A gargantuan, long-necked dinosaur as big as a two-story house and weighing as much as 12 elephants once stalked a flower-dotted earth some 77 million years ago in what is now Argentina. That's where paleontologists discovered the beast's bones, naming it Dreadnoughtus schrani after steel…
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France 'still building' controversial warship

France may have frozen the delivery of the controversial "Mistral-class" helicopter gunship to Russia, but its construction is still ongoing, a well-informed source said on Thursday. President Francois Hollande announced on Wednesday that the time was not right to deliver the high-end warship to…
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Robin van Persie says Radamel Falcao must fight for his place

Might there be some striker tension at Manchester United? On the heels of Radamel Falcao’s arrival at Old Trafford, Robin van Persie has come out to say that reputation alone doesn’t guarantee the Colombian a first-team place. Falcao must fight for his place, as I also have to.”
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Steven Adams to Andre Iguodala: 'Show some respect for my culture'

Thunder big man Steven Adams didn't appreciate Andre Iguodala making fun of the Haka.
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Albino cobra on the loose in Southern California neighborhood

Animal control specialists searched for an albino cobra that was on the loose on Wednesday in a Southern California suburb, where the venomous reptile has slithered around at least since it bit a dog two days ago, officials said. Three animal control workers were out in the community of Thousand…
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Fast-food workers protests (19 photos)

Police handcuffed several protesters in New York and Detroit on Thursday as they blocked traffic in the latest attempt to escalate their efforts to get McDonald's, Burger King and other fast-food companies to pay their employees at least $15 an hour. The protests, which are planned by labor…
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'We've flown into an iCloud'

Today's Matt cartoon in The Telegraph is perfect:
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New 'Dancing With The Stars' Cast Includes 'Mean Girls,' 'Duck Dynasty' & 'Fresh Prince' Stars

The newest cast of "Dancing With the Stars" is maybe the most fetch cast yet.On Thursday morning, Sept. 4, "DWTS" co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced the celebrity cast for the upcoming Season 19 on "Good Morning America," including stars from "Mean Girls" and "Duck Dynasty." The cast…
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Russell Westbrook gets engaged to fellow former UCLA basketball player

Thunder star and Nina Earl show off her ring on Instagram
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Many Arabs Still Believe Israel Perpetrated 9/11 Terror Attacks

As the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the twin towers in New York comes around, more than a decade after the biggest terror attack ever on American soil, not everyone is convinced it was the militant Muslim world that carried it out. Despite the weight of evidence proving beyond any doubt…
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Why Putin’s Russia is weaker than the USSR, in one chart

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, there've been a lot of comparisons between Putin's Russia and the Soviet Union. There's a lot wrong with that comparison, starting with one fairly obvious point: the Soviet empire wasn't just Russia. The Soviet republics in the USSR itself and the "Iron Curtain" client…
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In Contentious Divorce Case, Multibillionaire’s Wife Asks Judge to Void Prenup

The wife of multibillionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is asking a judge to throw out the prenuptial agreement that she says was signed under duress. If her request is granted, it could lead to one of the biggest divorce settlements in America. Anne Griffin, 43, told a judge Tuesday that she…
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U.S. climbs to third in ranking of world's most competitive economies

The United States climbed to third in a leading ranking of the world's most competitive economies, rising for the second straight year because of more positive views of the nation's business climate, innovation capacity and strength of public and private institutions. Rounding out the top 10 were…
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All-new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata breaks cover

In the late 1980s, the Mazda MX-5 Miata modernized the classic roadster concept—it was a true driver’s car that was affordable, agile, and fun. Now, 25 years and 940,000 sales later, Mazda has introduced the fourth-generation MX-5 Miata. Weight has been reduced by 220 lbs. The unspecified…
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Common Core Teaches Kids New Way To Add 9 + 6 That Takes 54 Seconds

As a courtesy to parents sure to be frustrated with their children’s infuriating Common Core homework, Buffalo, N.Y. NBC affiliate WGRZ has published a series of helpful videos. “With the Common Core, students need to understand why” 9 + 6 equals 15, a bubbly WGRZ reporter explains. Fourth-grade…
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Women Dare to Bare at GQ Men of the Year Awards (15 photos)

The ladies stole the show from the guys thanks to some outrageous red carpet looks.
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Goldman Sees Severe Pound Selloff on Scotland Vote for Breakaway

A win for Scottish nationalists seeking a breakaway from the U.K. may have “severe” consequences in the short term and spark a pound selloff, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist Kevin Daly. “The uncertainty about whether Scotland will leave the sterling monetary union could create” a…
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This is the how the Xbox One is finally going to compete with the PS4

In all the discussion regarding sales of the new game consoles from Sony and Microsoft, one important point is too often overlooked — the Xbox One is available in significantly fewer territories than the PlayStation 4. Sony had a huge jump on Microsoft in the international market, but by the end of…
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Forget Ford and GM. This automaker looks downright 'cheap'

Auto sales are revving up, and according to one very large fund manager, there’s one automaker’s stock that could do particularly well in the near future.
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Exclusive 'Walking Dead' Season 5 Pic Hints At Grim Future For Glenn Huffington Post
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Batman vs Superman Set Photos Emerge as Next 4 Warner Bros Movies Rumored

Set photos for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have emerged recently as new rumors have surfaced about the next four Warner Bros. films following the movie. Batman v Superman is currently being filmed in Detroit and is set for a release date on March 25, 2016. The pictures were taken by the blog…
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Microsoft Introduces 2 New Lumia Phones (8 photos)

In Berlin, Microsoft announced the Lumia 830 and the Lumia 730, two new smartphones it hopes will compete with devices from Samsung and Apple.
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Buy an Xbox One next week and get any game you want for free

If you're still on the fence about picking up an Xbox One, next week's promotion might change your mind: if you buy the console you'll get a free copy of any game of your choice. The deal is only available at participating retailers in the US, and includes any disc-based game $59.99 or cheaper. The…
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Crazy-eyed Ryder Cup stars Keegan Bradley, Ian Poulter are ‘both nuts,’ says Rory McIlroy

Wild-card picks Keegan Bradley and Ian Poulter were the hearts and souls of their respective Ryder Cup teams in 2012 and are likely to feed the frenzy again this year at Gleneagles. If Keegan Bradley is the "American Ian Poulter," as Tom Watson called his first captain’s pick for the 2014 U.S.…
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Minivan Cop Shooting Mom 'Thought About Trayvon Martin' When Officers Fired

Oriana Farrell Says She was Terrified During 2013 Attack
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Conjoined twins in Texas to be separated

The Mata twins, Knatalye Hope and Adeline Faith, were born via Caesarian section on April 11 at 3:41 a.m. at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, weighing just 3 pounds and 7 ounces. Last January, Elysse Mata and her husband, John, learned the babies were conjoined during a routine ultrasound.
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Former 'Pocahontas' And 'Snow White' Dish About Life As A Disney Park Princess

"Face Characters" are one of the biggest attractions at Disney theme parks. One of the biggest attractions at Disney theme parks is meeting the real-life princesses. Now thanks to two Reddit AMAs, we have an idea of what life is like for the women who work as these childhood characters at Walt…
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PLANS TO SHARE A ROOM HIT A SNAG OVER MOM'S SNORING

DEAR ABBY: My son's out-of-town wedding is coming up. DEAR ABBY: My son has two children who are in temporary foster care, and has visitation with the ex's stepsister, who got the right to grant visitation. DEAR ABBY: On July 31 you printed my question about throwing a 25th anniversary party for…
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Voters Approve SkyRise Miami, The 'Eiffel Tower' Of Thrill Rides

As if Miami's attractions weren't already over-the-top enough, there's a major new tower coming to town.Last week, voters approved plans for SkyRise Miami, a $430 million, 1,000-foot skyscraper to be built near the South Beach waterfront. Heralded as "Miami's Eiffel Tower," the thing is seriously…
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China makes rare admission of naval near-miss

China has honoured a submarine captain for averting an underwater "emergency" after his crew reportedly saved the vessel from sinking into waters thousands of metres deep, in a rare disclosure of a near-disaster. Beijing has been increasing its naval might and reach in recent years, and it is an…
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Report: Arsenal set sights on $30 million Marco Reus

Arsene Wenger spent almost $100 million on two attackers this summer, but he isn’t stopping there. According to reports in England, Arsenal want German international Marco Reus at the Emirates and the Borussia Dortmund ace could be available for as little as $30 million after this season as a buy…
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Western Progressives Successfully Prevent Israel's SodaStream From Employing Palestinian Workers

The Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel appears to have won a Pyrrhic victory over SodaStream, resulting in 900 Palestinian workers, who received Israeli wages and benefits, being thrown out of their jobs. SodaStream is putting a good face on the “potential” closing, saying…
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The Woman Who Ended Monday's Delta Flight? Here She Is

A Florida woman was removed from a Delta flight after arguing with another passenger who reclined her seat.
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Where America's 46 million immigrants come from, in one map

Nearly 46 million people living in the US were born in other countries. A new map from the Pew Research Center helps track where all those people originated:
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Officer: Boss told me to 'shut up' about bridge

Police officers on the George Washington Bridge last September during lane closures apparently ordered by Republican Gov. Chris Christie's aides as political payback said they warned superiors about the hazardous conditions created and were told not to talk about it on their radios, according to a…
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The Origins of the Celebrity Criminal: As the Modern Appetite for Scandal Continues to Soar, A Quick Look Back at When It All Began

London, 1724 Today criminal investigations rule the media. Once or twice each year a trial transfixes the public, a new cause célèbre born seemingly each season. Spectators travel hours to courthouses; tickets to trials are distributed by lottery; and the term media circus, coined in the 1970s,…
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Brain-to-brain verbal communication in humans achieved for the first time

The team, comprising researchers from Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Starlab Barcelona in Spain, and Axilum Robotics in Strasbourg, France, used a number of technologies that enabled them to send messages from India to France -- a distance of 5,000…
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Whoa, Kesha Snagged a Shockingly Understated Venice Beach Bungalow (14 photos)

Kesha totally took us by surprise when she dropped $1.65 million on an immaculate Spanish-style bungalow right by Venice Beach, CA. Hollywood's favorite wild child chose a considerably small space at 1,400 square feet, but the home originally built in the 1920s is filled with charming old-world…
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Chechen leader, Putin pal vows to crush ISIS after threat against Russia

The latest recipients of an Islamic State threat are responding in kind, with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov vowing that "these bastards" will be "destroyed." Kadyrov, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, went on an Instagram rant after Islamic State posted a video threatening Putin…
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The World's Most Reliable Apple Analyst Just Made Some Huge Predictions About The iWatch

An iWatch concept (not affiliated with Apple) Apple is expected to unveil its first wearable device in less than a week, and reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has a few new predictions on what we can expect. According to the latest from Kuo (via 9to5Mac), the iWatch will come with 8GB…
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Venomous Albino Cobra on the Loose for Days in Southern California

A rare and venomous albino cobra is on the loose in southern California after it bit a dog Monday night, authorities said. The albino monocled cobra has been on the loose for days in Thousand Oaks City and has officials from the county and state on the hunt.
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Video: War Machines appears before Las Vegas judge for 32 counts of assault, faces life in prison

Watch footage of War Machine appear in front of a Las Vegas judge to answer to 32 counts of assault against ex-girlfriend Christy Mack. War Machine faces a potential life sentence in prison. John Koppenhaver, who viciously attacked ex-girlfriend and adult film star Christy Mack, has been brought in…
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London shares eases at open before rate decisions

London (AFP) - London's main stock market nudged lower at the start of trading on Thursday, as investors awaited interest rate decisions in London and Frankfurt.
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Duke Engines' incredibly compact, lightweight valveless axial engine

New Zealand's Duke Engines has been busy developing and demonstrating excellent results with a bizarre axial engine prototype that completely does away with valves, while delivering excellent power and torque from an engine much smaller, lighter and simpler than the existing technology. Duke…
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What It's Like To Walk Alone If You're A Woman In Cairo

Two female filmmakers have released a video documenting what it's like for a woman to walk by herself down a bustling street in Cairo, Egypt. The blatant stares from many of the men encountered along the way highlight the country's problem of rampant street harassment."Today we will be filming what…
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Week 1 Lames: Trusting Gronk as a TE1 for daredevils only

Though Rob Gronkowski is confident he'll play, fanalyst Brad Evans suggests fantasy owners shouldn't be.
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Obama, David Cameron on ISIS: 'We will not be cowed by barbaric killers'

In a new column in The Times of London, President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron urged their allies in NATO to reject isolationism and join them in a coalition against ISIS:
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Robert Pattinson Is Off The Market

Can you hear that? That's the sound of hearts are breaking around the world as word gets out that Robert Pattinson is off the market! According to reports in The Sun newspaper the handsome actor is dating hot new British singer FKA Twigs.
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How the Napa Quake Deformed Earth (Satellite Photo)

The 6.0-magnitude earthquake that rocked California's Napa Valley last month not only injured dozens of people and caused millions of dollars in damage, but it also warped the surface of Earth. Satellites with radar vision can see how the Napa earthquake deformed the region from space. Observations…
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Di Maria says he only stayed at Real Madrid because of Cristiano Ronaldo

If it wasn’t for Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel Di Maria would have left Real Madrid before last season. “The truth is that I have a great relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo and I stayed at Madrid last season thanks to him,” Di Maria told ESPN Radio. “I left Madrid in the best possible way, by winning…
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Jason Riley: ‘Blacks Ultimately Must Help Themselves’

The very policies designed to help black Americans are actually actively hurting them, says Wall Street Journal editorial board member Jason Riley in his new book “Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make it Harder for Blacks to Succeed.” Riley looks at some of the policies implemented in the past…
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How Much You Really Need to Retire

Read the headlines about retirement readiness and you'd think that at least half of us had forgotten to go to class, do our homework or study for one of the biggest tests of our lives. In fact, researchers are suggesting that assessments of Americans' retirement readiness are too dire and that most…
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One Man's Viral Comcast Horror Story Reveals A Sad Truth

A brush with Internet fame helped one Comcast customer in Pennsylvania finally get the giant company's attention after months of trying.Dann Furia, a 35-year-old full-time tutor from Havertown, Pennsylvania, said he spent nearly nine months documenting his unsuccessful attempts to fix, and then…
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Ariana Grande is either the next Beyoncé or the next Ashlee Simpson

Ariana Grande, one of the biggest names in pop music after her summer hit "Problem" rode high on the charts for months, has now joined a very select group of female artists. This is Grande's second no. 1 debut after her freshman album Yours Truly accomplished the same feat. The two no. 1 albums put…
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Atlantic City's Taj Mahal may be headed for bankruptcy

New Jersey’s Atlantic City continues to roll snake eyes. The Trump Taj Mahal, the 24-year-old Boardwalk casino, has recently broken some of its loan covenants, and without a quick deal with its creditors could be headed for a Chapter 11 reorganization within days, The Post has learned. There was…
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VIDEO: Dallas mom sues police after terrifying stop

Kametra Barbour was driving with her 6 and 9 -year-olds and her two 10-year-old-god-daughters, when police pulled her over.
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Tom Watson says he called Tiger Woods, not the other way around

On Tiger Woods' website he said a few weeks ago he was going to take some time off. "I have already spoken to Tom [Watson] about the Ryder Cup, and while I greatly appreciate his thinking about me for a possible captain's pick, I took myself out of consideration." On Wednesday Watson clarified who…
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Video Shows the Dramatic Moment a Science Experiment Went Awry

Video shows the dramatic moments after a science project went awry at the Discovery Museum in Reno, Nev. Wednesday, an incident that police say injured at least 13 people, including eight children. Reno Fire Chief Michael Hernandez said at a Wednesday briefing that a demonstration that simulates a…
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'The Little Rascals' Cast Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Reunion Photo Shoot

"The Little Rascals" turned 20 last month, and little-known Los Angeles-based production company 22 Vision got all the actors back together to celebrate the anniversary and recreate some of the most memorable images from the movie. "The message behind the shoot is embracing who you are," Brian…
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When lightning strikes (26 photos)

In an electrical storm, the storm clouds are charged like giant capacitors in the sky. The upper portion of the cloud is positive and the lower portion is negative. How the cloud acquires this charge is still not agreed upon within the scientific community, but the following description provides…
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Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 1: Packers vs. Seahawks

It's football season! A big game kicks off (football term) the 2014 NFL season. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers at 8:30 p.m., and the game will feature some big-name fantasy options: Sure, playing against Seattle hurts, but you burned your high draft picks on your…
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Was tiny Kacy Catanzaro doomed to fail ‘American Ninja Warrior’? | EW.com

It was no surprise that Kacy Catanzaro’s bid to conquer the American Ninja Warrior finals course was cut short when the ex-gymnast sensation took a plunge while attempting the formidable Jumping Spider on Stage One. Bloggers expressed displeasure: “The obstacle unfairly requires contestants to not…
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Jihadists beheadings sow fear, prompt Muslim revulsion

Brutal beheadings recorded on video by the jihadist Islamic State are intended to terrorise the group's enemies, but are also angering and alienating the Muslims the group claims to represent. On Tuesday, the jihadist group released a new video purporting to show the beheading of Steven Sotloff,…
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11 Reasons Men Leave Their Marriages

Marriages don't just fall apart overnight. They often end after months and years of both spouses trying to stick it out, firm in the belief that they can work out their issues and sustain their marriages. Once it's over, though, most divorcés can look back and pinpoint one exact moment -- one…
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Dan Carcillo signs tryout deal with Penguins, former beloved rivals

Dan Carcillo has a tryout contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins, which gives him the rare opportunity to complete the Eastern Conference Triangle of Hate: Playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Rangers.* Carcillo, 29, originally broke into the professional…
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One Key Thing Writing Teachers Never Told Me and Probably Won't Tell You

I taught at a Michigan State University study abroad program in London this summer and had some superb guest speakers. Val McDermid wowed my writing students for her candor, especially when she told them about the lucky breaks she'd had in her career. "There are writers who are as good as I am,"…
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Who is putting up 'interceptor' cell towers? The mystery deepens

Mysterious “interceptor” cell towers in the USA are grabbing phone calls — but they’re not part of the phone networks. The towers were revealed by Les Goldsmith to Popular Science last week. In the course of testing the phone, Goldsmith’s team discovered the existence of phone cell towers that…
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Middle East Time Bomb: The Real Aim of ISIS Is to Replace the Saud Family as the New Emirs of Arabia

This article is Part II of Alastair Crooke's historical analysis of the roots of ISIS and its impact on the future of the Middle East. BEIRUT -- ISIS is indeed a veritable time bomb inserted into the heart of the Middle East.
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US worried over Boko Haram land grab

The United States on Thursday said it was concerned by increasing Boko Haram violence and territorial gains in Nigeria, warning that the deteriorating situation threatened the African giant's future. "We are very troubled by the apparent capture of Bama and the prospects for an attack on and in…
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What Life Is Like Today For Kathy Trant, The 9/11 Widow Whose Spending Spree Sparked Outrage (VIDEO)

On Sept. 11, 2001, Dan Trant left his home on Long Island and arrived at his office on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center. He was in the North Tower when the first plane struck the building below his office that morning, and immediately called his wife, Kathy. He told her he loved her and to…
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Tearful judge gives man 17 years for Michigan porch shooting

A Michigan man is sentenced to at least 17 years in prison for shooting to death an unarmed woman on his porch who may have been seeking help after she crashed her car. Linda So reports.
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Kevin Durant's Monster Nike Deal Is A Huge Win For Jay Z

REUTERS/Steve Marcus Jay Z's 17-month-old sports agency, Roc Nation Sports, is still fighting for legitimacy. Last Saturday Roc Nation pulled off what was perhaps its most significant deal to date, landing its most famous client, Kevin Durant, a 10-year endorsement contract with Nike that could be…
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Kids Slapped With 192-Pound Weight Tilt Qantas Plane Nose

Primary school children mistakenly assigned the standard adult weight of 87 kilograms (192 pounds) each tipped the nose of a Qantas Airways Ltd. (QAN) plane, prompting the pilot to take corrective steps during a takeoff. Ground staff loaded 87 primary-school students on to the back of a Boeing Co.…
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Guy lived in woods for 27 years, stole Pokemon from kids

An in-depth profile recently published in GQ tells the story of Christopher Knight, the "Maine Hermit" that lived alone in the Maine woods for nearly thirty years. Saints Row developer: 'Sarkeesian is right'
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Wisconsin Republicans decry DNC chair's comments on Walker and women

Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, chair of the Democratic National Committee, attacked Walker's track record at the event. "Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand. What Republican extremists like Scott Walker are doing is they are grabbing us by the hair and pulling us…
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Israelis Worry With Syrian Al-Qaida On Doorstep

For the first time in the Syrian civil war, al-Qaida fighters are hunkered down on Israel's doorstep, and Israelis in the lush, hilly Golan Heights who have long considered Syrian President Bashar Assad their bitter foe are now worried about something more ominous — that they could become the…
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Alyssa Milano Gives Birth to a Baby Girl

There's a new boss in town — because Alyssa Milano has given birth. The 41-year-old Who's the Boss alum welcomed a baby girl named Elizabella Dylan Bugliari on Thursday. Milano and her husband, CAA agent David Bugliari, also have a 3-year-old son, Milo.
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Buckeyes boost strength of schedules with Notre Dame series

The College Football Playoff has yet to release a poll or pick its first-ever group of four teams that will play for a national championship, but it's already having some drastic effects on the future of college football. Top programs are already obsessed with strength of schedule, as one college…
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Orlando Bloom on his relationship with Erica Packer: 'It probably looks odd'

Orlando Bloom on his relationship with Erica Packer: 'It probably looks odd' 04 SEPTEMBER 2014 By his own admission, Orlando Bloom's relationship with Erica Packer might seem a little strange from the outside. The actor has been pictured a number of times with Erica, most recently holidaying…
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Abandoned Dog Spent Months Under A Dumpster, Now He's The Loving Pup He Was Born To Be

Cowboy the dog spent 11 months hiding beneath a dumpster in Compton, California, likely after having been abandoned by his previous family. But now he has a new forwarding address, and it's clear in the video (above) that he couldn't be happier about it. Although he was terrified of people during…
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Police say body found near home of missing girl

Williamson said authorities could not confirm that the body is that of Isabella "Bella" Grogan-Cannella. Isabella's family reported her missing before dawn Tuesday from their home in Bullhead City, a city of about 40,000 people along the Colorado River some 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas. Dozens…
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The Los Angeles Lakers decline to use the stretch provision on Steve Nash

The Los Angeles Lakers have let the stretch provision deadline pass on Steve Nash’s contract, ensuring that the future Hall of Famer will not have to retire in the face of having to relocate his family in order to join another NBA team. The Lakers did not announce the non-move so as not to…
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Happy Accident With Garden Hose Leads To 'Really Significant' Stonehenge Discovery

Research at Stonehenge is going in circles--literally. And that's a good thing.A prolonged drought has revealed that the mysterious monument's ancient stones, which currently arc in a semicircle, likely once formed a complete circle. The source of this discovery? A garden hose, used for watering…
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Missing Plane Found? Nope; Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Update Focuses on Phone Call

The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared nearly six months ago, will start up again in a few weeks, and an Australian official has said that the search for the plane could go farther south than previously expected. Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said a new…
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Welbeck says he 'envisaged' Arsenal move

England forward Danny Welbeck risked antagonising supporters of his former club Manchester United on Wednesday after admitting that he "envisaged" playing for Arsenal even before joining them. Duration: 00:56
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Court grants Obama plea to re-hear health case

The federal appeals court in Washington threw out a ruling Thursday that called into question the subsidies that help millions of low- and middle-income people afford their premiums under the president's health care law. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted an Obama…
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HUFFPOLLSTER: Kansas Senate Race Shakeup Could Leave Roberts Vulnerable

A major shakeup in Kansas throws a wrench into Senate predictions. A handful of new surveys all tell the same story about the Kentucky Senate race. And white Americans' circles of friends may not be as uniformly white as previously assumed. This is HuffPollster for Thursday, September 4, 2014.A…
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49ers see nearly $8 million in cap space disappear

When the clock struck midnight, the 49ers officially lost nearly $8 million in salary-cap room. According to figures obtained from the NFL Players Association, the 49ers are $4.19 million under the salary cap. Prior to last night, the 49ers were listed at $12.056 million under the cap.
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Jessica Simpson Shares Adorable Family Snapshot — and a Few Life Lessons

Jessica Simpson is loving life as a newlywed. The fashion mogul, who wed Eric Johnson in July, shared a sweet family portrait alongside her husband, 34, and their two kids, daughter Maxwell, 2, and 1-year-old son Ace. Simpson, 34, shared her five tips for living happily ever after in an exclusive…
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While India's girls are aborted, brides are wanted

Bride trafficking in India is part of a vicious cycle that aborts females and causes a shortage of women.
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Iran's supreme guide slams Western views on feminism

Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei on Thursday slammed Western values which he said, unlike those in the Islamic republic, undermine femininism. "Moral crises are increasing in the West, such as... adopting a wrong position about 'women' and seriously undermining the feminism wave," Khamenei said…
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Week 1 NFL Picks: Can The Cowboys Beat The 49ers?

The BTB writers weigh in with their picks for the Week 1 games.
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This Is The Militant Leader That The U.S. Just Targeted In Somalia

On Monday night, the United States launched a strike on two vehicles driving south of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, killing six people. Somali and U.S. officials confirmed on Tuesday that the target of the attacks was Ahmed Abdi Godane, the leader of Islamist terror group al-Shabab. It is unclear…
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Tom Brady on Wes Welker suspension: “This is not friend time”

Tom Brady used to play with Wes Welker. Tom Brady was at the Kentucky Derby too, when something happened to Welker to trigger a four-game suspension. But good luck getting much out of Brady on the topic today. “I don’t have a lot of thoughts or comments on that,” Brady said, via Karen Guregian of…
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Great White Shark Attacks Kayak Off Massachusetts Coast

A great white shark attacked kayakers off the coast of Massachusetts on Wednesday evening. According to NECN, the shark came up under the kayaks and took a bite out of one of the boats. Researchers were able to identify the type of shark based on the tooth size that they measured from the dent it…
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Chicago Gun Runners Busted In Unique Case

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says this was a unique case because the guns were discovered before they were used in a crime. The guns, including some vintage weapons, were stolen from a garage in River Grove while the owner, a gun collector was in the hospital.
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Dwayne Johnson Reveals His DC Comics Role

After months of hints, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has finally revealed what DC Comics character he will be playing. Johnson previously confirmed he would play a role in a Warner Bros. adaptation of the DC Entertainment property Shazam, but it wasn't clear then whether he'll be playing the title…
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'Game of Thrones' season five will go on without Hodor

The good news: next season's Game of Thrones will have one less storyline to juggle. The bad news: it's the one with Hodor and Bran Stark. (Caution: minor spoilers ahead.)
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Taliban attacks Afghan intelligence office (11 photos)

Taliban insurgents detonated truck bombs and fired rocket-propelled grenades outside the office of Afghanistan's spy agency and a police compound in the central town of Ghazni on Thursday, killing 18 people, the provincial governor said. More than 150 people were wounded in the attack, the biggest…
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Saudi religious police in rare apology after Briton beating

Saudi Arabia's religious police issued a rare apology Wednesday after members roughed up a British resident of Riyadh over paying at a women-only cash desk. The Commission of the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, known unofficially as Mutawaa, also vowed to punish the assailants,…
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Everyone Should Treat People With Disability Like This Starbucks Staffer Did

Accommodating people with disability isn't that hard; it's partly about putting in effort but mostly, it's about having the right attitude, as this story shows. When Aaron Seldomridge first visited a Starbucks in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, he was with his mom, Janiece. Aaron has autism and Janiece…
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Moscow's Next Victim

Since late 2013, it has been clear that the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, now rebranded as simply the Islamic State, wants more than just a piece of land to call its own. The Islamic State has thrown down the gauntlet to al Qaeda and seeks to supplant its former ally as the symbol and leader…
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Browns vs. Steelers: Week 1 TV Coverage

Who gets to watch the Browns vs. Steelers game on television this week?The map below lists the games that will air on CBS at the 1:00 PM EST time slot (coming from 506sports). Most of Ohio gets to see the Browns this week, but the Bengals vs. Ravens game creeps into the Cincinnati-Dayton area.…
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Historical Jesus? Not So Fast.

America has a curious fixation on the perspectives of Jesus Christ in the formation of public opinion, especially on prominent issues of social values. In recent days, protesters have taken to defending opposing moral positions by claiming Jesus held their viewpoint. Aside from the obvious problem…
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What Every Woman Should Know About Cheating

There is nothing more vulnerable than a man who has fallen for a woman. If women appreciated just how fragile a man in love is, it's likely we would use the power we have to get exactly what we want in our relationship.I've learned a lot from men after discussions with hundreds of them across…
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Israel to supply offshore gas to Jordan in new deal

Israel is to supply Jordan with natural gas from its vast Leviathan offshore gas field over a period of 15 years, US giant Noble Energy announced Wednesday. A source close to the deal said it was worth $15 billion (11.4 billion euros) -- a significant chunk of some $60 billion which Prime Minister…
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Ouch! Cara Delevingne Falls Flat on Her Back at GQ Men of the Year Awards—See the Hilarious Pic!

Nobody saw that fall, right? Supermodel Cara Delevingne immediately started turning heads Tuesday...
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The NFL Made A Rule Tweak To Help Offenses, And Fans Are Going To Hate It

Earlier this summer the NFL announced that it was making illegal contact penalties a point of emphasis for the 2014 season. This has always been a rule, but now the NFL wants to enforce it more diligently than ever before. In the 2014 preseason, illegal contact penalties were up 450% and defensive…
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US, S. Korea 'create army unit to destroy North's nukes'

South Korea said Thursday it would create a combined army unit with the United States, reportedly tasked with destroying North Korea's weapons of mass destruction in the event of an all-out conflict. The mechanised unit led by a US major general will be set up in the first half of next year, the…
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Music Stars We Lost in 2014 (32 photos)

David Anderle was an A&R executive who worked with Frank Zappa, the Beach Boys, Sheryl Crow and Aaron Neville during a 35-year career. – where Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, and more played in their formative years.
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Police: Death of teen whose body burned was random

A 15-year-old Indianapolis girl whose burned body was found over the weekend was likely abducted and killed by someone she didn't know, police and family members said Tuesday. Dominique Allen's death was a homicide resulting from asphyxiation, Marion County Chief Deputy Coroner Alfarena Ballew…
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Saudi Arabia Oil Sales to U.S. Imperiled by Shale Boom

After years of keeping the price of crude sold to the U.S. Shale drilling has boosted U.S. As refineries turn to lower-priced domestic oil to make fuel at a record pace, the Saudis and other foreign suppliers are left with dwindling slices of the market.
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The low-cost fighters to serve tomorrow’s air forces

At this summer's Farnborough Air Show in England, the talk was dominated by the mishaps of one plane: the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, also known as the Joint Strike Fighter. Due to be adopted by major air forces in the decades to come, it was supposed to be the star of the show.
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Kim Kardashian Wears Sexy See-Through Skirt, Packs on the PDA With Kanye West

With Kanye West at her side, Kim Kardashian showed off her slim body in a black leather bustier bodysuit and sheer embellished skirt at the GQ Men of the Year Awards on Sept. 2 in London
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The Film Room: Ryan Mallett (Houston, We Have A Monster)

Ryan Mallett's preseason with the Patriots was statistically underwhelming, but the eye in the sky doesn't lie. The Houston Texans just nabbed themselves a terrific quarterback. Like most Texans fans, I was skeptical when first hearing about Bill O’Brien making a move to acquire Ryan Mallett.
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iPhone 6 Is Already On Sale In China — And It's Available In TWO Sizes

China's largest mobile carrier is now accepting orders for the iPhone 6 ahead of the model's official launch, according to China Daily. The new phone will be available from China Mobile Beijing. China Mobile is the largest mobile phone operator by subscribers, with 760 million of them. (That's…
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Pam Dawber to Headline PBS Tribute to Robin Williams

PBS is planning an hourlong tribute to Robin Williams that will air next week, the network announced. Robin Williams Remembered — A Pioneers of Television Special will feature previously-unseen clips from Williams' final interview for Pioneers of Television, which aired this past spring, as well as…
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Quantum Physicists Catch a Pilot Wave - The Nature of Reality — NOVA Next | PBS

In October 1927, some of the greatest minds in physics gathered for the Fifth Solvay International Conference to debate the troubling implications of the then-nascent theory of quantum mechanics. A particularly contentious topic was the perplexing “wave-particle duality,” in which objects we…
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Fantasy Football Week 1 Start 'Em/Sit 'Em

· Jeremy Maclin - He is healthy and in maybe the best offense in the NFL, start him while he is healthy and at home.
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Meet Dreadnoughtus, The 'Astoundingly Huge' Dinosaur Discovered In Argentina

Say hello to Dreadnoughtus schrani, a newly discovered dinosaur that was so formidable, it was named after a battleship that prowled the seas during the early 20th century."It is by far the best example we have of any of the most giant creatures to ever walk the planet," Dr. Kenneth Lacovara, a…
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How Powerful Is China? - TestTube Daily Show

It's predicted that China's economy will be the largest in the world by the end of the year. On top of that, heavy defense investment could soon help them have the strongest military in the world. Is China swiftly becoming the world's biggest superpower? Not exactly, and here's why.
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Mark Wahlberg Explains Why He Missed Donnie Wahlberg, Jenny McCarthy's Wedding

Nothing but good vibrations here! Mark Wahlberg missed his brother Donnie Wahlberg's wedding to Jenny McCarthy on Sunday, Aug. 31 — but not because he didn't want to be there. Wish we could be there — it's Ella's birthday today," Mark, 43, said in the Aug. 30 clip, which showed him with his wife,…
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Reports: Texas Longhorn dismiss OTs Desmond Harrison and Kennedy Estelle

The next wave of dismissals has hit the Texas Longhorns football program, as multiple sites are reporting that head coach Charlie Strong has dismissed senior offensive tackle Desmond Harrison and junior offensive tackle Kennedy Estelle. Harrison had just been reinstated by Strong on Monday after a…
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Transparent animals (11 photos)

They're some of the most intriguing and complex creatures on the planet but they really do have nothing to hide - because theyre totally see-through. Transparent animals - creatures with clear glass-like skin - can be found all over the world but their very existence is still shrouded in mystery.…
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23 Husbands Describe The Moment They Knew They Found 'The One'

"The first night we met, I was unemployed and she was far too attractive for me. When I reluctantly told her about my employment situation, she calmly responded 'Well it looks like I'm buying your drinks for the night then!'.
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If This Is Will Smith Dancing At Burning Man, We're Super Impressed

Plot twist: Jaden Smith may not be the most eccentric member of the Smith family after all. Sure, the 16-year-old wore a white batman suit to Kimye's wedding like it was no big deal. And okay, sometimes his tweets are, a little, um, out there: If A Cup Cake Falls From A Tree How Far Away Will It Be…
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Eastern hopes for NATO bases stymied by Russia

On the eve of a NATO summit, President Barack Obama gave the alliance's eastern European members a soaring assurance of protection from any Russian threat. While the request from Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia will be on the agenda at the summit in Wales, European heavyweight Germany and…
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It's official: Michael Sam is a Dallas Cowboy

Michael Sam signed with the Dallas Cowboys today. Michael Sam signed with the Dallas Cowboys today after passing his physical exam with the team, according to various reports. Sam grew up in Galveston, Texas, about four hours south of Dallas.
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One Huge Change In The 'Frozen' Story Line Helped Make It A Billion-Dollar Movie

It took Disney nearly 70 years to bring its most successful animated picture, "Frozen" to theaters. Walt Disney tried adapting Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" as early as the 1930s; While the film revolves around two sisters, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, early sketches show the two…
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A Fan Favorite Won’t Be on Game of Thrones at all Next Year

This serves as a general Game of Thrones spoiler warning. As universally beloved as Game of Thrones may be, not every plot can be a winner, and I think most people would agree that the trials and tribulations of Bran Stark haven’t been the most dynamic story the show has to offer. The actor who…
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Terror suspect can be extradited to US, says British court

Judges in London ruled Thursday that a man suspected of conspiring with hardline Islamist cleric Abu Hamza to establish a jihadist training camp in the United States can be deported. Haroon Aswat is wanted for allegedly conspiring with Hamza, convicted in the US earlier this year on 11 kidnapping…
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In defense of the prosperity gospel

The wife of famed televangelist Joel Osteen said something stupid the other day — so stupid there's now a YouTube meme about it, featuring Bill Cosby saying, "That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard in my life."
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All-Man Crush fantasy team: Players to love heading into the season (7 photos)

Fantasy expert Brad Evans shares the players he just can't get enough of in drafts. Similar to Jamaal Charles in style and substance, Ellington has all the pieces in place for 1,500 total yards and 10-13 TDs this season.
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Gwen Stefani: Youngest Son Apollo Was a "Miracle" Baby After Kingston Prayed for Weeks

Hey baby, hey baby, hey! Gwen Stefani told Seth Meyers on Late Night Wednesday, Sept. 3, that her youngest son Apollo is a "miracle" baby. The No Doubt singer, 44, explained how her eldest child Kingston had been praying for another sibling. "He has a direct link to God, basically," Stefani joked.
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Enormous new dinosaur discovered and given name meaning 'fears nothing'

Standing two-stories tall, weighing 65 tons, and measuring 85-feet long, the 77-million-year-old Dreadnoughtus schrani is easily one of the largest dinosaurs ever found. The Dreadnoughtus is being detailed today for the first time by a group of researchers led from Drexel University, and its…
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Israel's Nuclear Weapons: Widely Suspected Unmentionables

Almost everyone outside of government who writes or speaks about these issues takes as a given that Israel has long had an arsenal of nuclear weapons. No Israeli government, however, has ever said publicly that Israel has such weapons, and neither has the U.S. The world is full of widely accepted…
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A New U.S. Strategy for the Aftermath of the Gaza War

Israel and Hamas engaged in one of the longest wars in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict this summer. The fundamental problem, which caused the war and all its destruction, is that Hamas is a terrorist organization whose charter calls for the destruction of Israel, and praises "The Protocols…
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Family Source: Joan Rivers Shows Signs of Brain Function

Joan Rivers has been moved out of intensive care. A family source exclusively tells ET that doctors are continuing to bring the comedienne out of her medically induced coma very slowly but that it's still very much a waiting game. This comes just after Melissa Rivers confirmed that her mother has…
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NFL picks and predictions, Week 1: Vikings vs. Rams

The Rams lost Sam Bradford for the year, but they're still favored to beat a Vikings team trying to rebound from a forgettable season.
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Your Go-To Guide For Fall Florals (5 photos)

Finding fresh flowers when the crisp air starts to creep in is no easy feat. Spring is known for its magnificent blooms, but few know that there are some amazing blossoms that flourish when Fall comes around. We have created a guide to some of our favorite Autumn flowers so that you know what to…
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A Top Political Analyst Just Ranked The Top 10 GOP 2016 Candidates

Jeb Bush speaking in January 2014. Greg Valliere, the chief political strategist of the Potomac Research Group, released a new list handicapping the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Wednesday. Valliere's list, which he permitted Business Insider to republish, also shows the…
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Big Bang Theory Premiere Pics: Sheldon Returns — But Where Are His Pants?

What's Sheldon doing at a police station? Why isn't he wearing pants? And where did all of Penny's hair go? RELATED Fall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 Returning Favorites, Includ...
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Rory McIlroy's length is more than Tiger Woods ever had says one pro

"What I saw today was very comparable to what I saw playing with Tiger in 2000, except Rory has more power," Compton said. "Rory is a lot longer than Tiger ever was. The biggest difference is Rory hits his driver better.
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Saudi sentences American, 23 others for terrorism

A court in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday sentenced an American and 23 other people to prison on charges they created a terrorist cell and planned attacks on foreigners and oil pipelines. The official Saudi Press Agency reported that their sentences range from two to 27 years in prison for planning…
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