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  • Silicon Valley Startup Creates $20 Toothpaste

    In this age of $30 dollar shampoo, $50 sunscreen, and $200 face cream, would you pay $20 for a small tube of toothpaste?

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  • 'Home' Movie Review

    Dreamworks’ newest animated feature, "Home," isn’t exactly a world-beater, but it is does revolve around a world invasion. The Boov are intergalactic nomads, who look like the Scrubbing Bubbles and "Despicable Me"’s Minions procreated. The silly Boov leader, Captain Smek, voiced by Steve Martin,…

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  • Peter Dinklage Accidentally Reveals Major 'Game of Thrones' Spoiler

    During an interview with Popsugar, Dinklage was asked if he had any questions for "GOT" writer George R. R. Martin. "Do I die?" Dinklage said.

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  • NYC Building Fire: 2 Unaccounted for, 22 People Injured in Explosion

    A New York Police Department official identified one of those unaccounted for as Nicholas Figueroa, 23. Earlier, city officials had said 25 were injured. Figueroa's father, Nick Figueroa, told ABC News his son went to lunch in a restaurant at the bottom of the building that caught fire. Neal…

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  • Florida Grandmother Poses in Staged Photos for For-Sale House

    Yolie Ball, who lives with her husband, Don, in Davenport, Florida, says her phone has been ringing off the hook since Thursday night when her 15-year-old granddaughter, Makenzie Ball, called to tell her she was now a viral star. “She called me last night at 7:30 and said, ‘Grandma, I’m going to…

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  • School Tells 'Tiny' Girl Her Body Mass Index is Too High

    A Missouri mother is livid after her daughter came home from elementary school with a note saying that her body mass index was too high despite her lean frame. "She goes, 'Does this mean I'm fat?' and I said, 'No, this does not mean you are fat,'" Amanda Moss, of Belton, Missouri, told KMBC, ABC's…

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  • 93-Year-Old Betty White Reveals Her Biggest Regret

    Betty White's biggest regret in life involved her late husband Allen Ludden, who died from stomach cancer in 1981. White, 93, spoke to Oprah Winfrey for Sunday's "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" and said that her major regret was not marrying her husband a year earlier.

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  • Baby Nicknames Include Happy Meal, Sweet Thang, Fish Stick

    The app Ovia Pregnancy, a fertility tracking product by Ovuline that has more than 2 million users in the U.S., recently released data revealing some of the most unusual terms of affection for unborn babies in all 50 states. “Baby nicknames are one of the first emotional connections a mother has…

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  • California Hills Are Alive With Mystery Piano’s Music

    A melodic mystery has been solved in Southern California.A piano perched on a mountain in Santa Monica sparked a chorus of social media photos from baffled hikers because the sound seemed to appear out of nowhere.San Diego's SeaWorld Reopens Sea Lion ShowIt turned out that a group of friends took…

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    All You Can Eat to Celebrate "Something on a Stick Day" (19 photos)

    That’s right – March 28 is “Something on a Stick Day,” and while that may sound silly, the options for fun are endless. Mark the holiday by eating all the best foods on a stick, from corn dogs to popsicles and way, way more. Click through for the best ways to celebrate.

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  • Drea De Matteo's Apartment Among Those Destroyed in the NYC Fire

    Drea De Matteo's New York home was among those destroyed by a building explosion and fire that also left two dozen people injured and two unaccounted for, the actress said. The seven-alarm fire in New York City's East Village was reported at 3:17 p.m. Thursday and caused 25 injuries, including 20…

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  • Duchess Kate Middleton Makes Last Public Appearance Before Maternity Leave

    While touring the Stephen Lawrence Centre, a community and social research center, William reportedly told well-wishers it would be "not long now" before the birth of the couple’s second child, reports the U.K.’s The Telegraph.

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  • Zooey Deschanel Reveals the Downsides of Pregnancy

    In January, a rep for Deschanel, 35, confirmed that not only was the "New Girl" star expecting a baby with producer Jacob Pechenik, but also, the couple had gotten engaged. Now, eagerly awaiting the birth, Deschanel and said they're also looking forward to finding out the baby's gender.

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  • Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Never Submitted Sick Note, Airline Says

    Germanwings said in a statement today that they never received a sick note for co-pilot Andreas Lubitz that the senior prosecutor in Dusseldorf announced they had found torn up in his apartment. Torn up prescriptions and notes from doctors "support the current preliminary assessment that the…

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  • 'Home' Star Rihanna Wants Movie to Empower Girls

    Now, it's her voice -- her speaking voice, not her singing voice -- that's front and center in the new animated movie "Home," which opens in theaters today. In "Home," Rihanna voices a resourceful and brave little girl named Tip who becomes separated from her mom, voiced by Jennifer Lopez, when…

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  • Little Big Town Responds to Controversy About New Song 'Girl Crush'

    An Idaho radio station morning show reportedly has pulled Little Big Town’s new song, "Girl Crush," because of complaints over the provocative lyrics, but the singer says the song is being misunderstood. “But what if it were?

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  • Fashion-Forward Prom Dresses Spark Parenting Debate

    Crop tops and cut-out dresses are the hottest trend on the red carpet but are they too much for high school proms? Teenage sisters Camille and Claire Brule of Davidson, North Carolina, say they actually feel better wearing crop tops. The girls' mother, Jennifer Brule, says she is fine with her…

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