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  • Officials: Saudi Arabia Thwarted Suicide Bombing Attack on US Embassy

    The Saudi Arabian government and U.S. intelligence officials said today that the Middle East nation has arrested nearly 100 alleged terror plotters who planned a series of attacks, including one aimed at the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh. In an announcement carried by the Saudi Press Agency today, Saudi…

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  • Apple Watch Goes Through Blender Torture Test

    An Apple Watch Sport was tossed into an industrial blender like a common smoothie ingredient as part of Blendtec's "Will it Blend?" test. When the torture test is over, all that appears to be left of the device is a pile of black ash. Previous victims of Blendtec's tests have included other Apple…

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  • New Mexico Millionaire Lures Treasure Hunters With Hidden Chest

    More than five years ago, art collector and author Forrest Fenn decided to bury a treasure chest in New Mexico. Since then, he says tens of thousands of people have tried to find it.

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  • Baltimore Riots: Mom Smacks Son for Taking Part in Violence

    A Baltimore woman took action when she saw her son hanging out with violent demonstrators Monday. The woman, identified by ABC affiliate WMAR as the boy's mother, was watching television when she saw her son throwing rocks at police, the station reported. An individual mother-and-child incident…

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  • Courteney Cox Says 'Friends' Cast Member Is Reason for Lack of Reunion

    During a special with Yahoo!, Courteney Cox was asked yet again about a "Friends" reunion, more than 10 years after the show went off the air in 2004. "Let it go people, we are not doing it!" she said.

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  • Baltimore Riots 'Not Going to Happen Tonight,' Governor Says

    Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said at a news conference today that the immediate need is to restore calm in Baltimore and that the city is well on its way. Meanwhile, national guard troops were deployed in front of Baltimore City Hall this morning and a state of emergency was issued after violence…

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  • Utah Sisters Make 1,989 Paper Cranes for Taylor Swift's Mom

    A pair of sisters from Salt Lake City started on a quest last December to make 1,989 paper cranes for music superstar Taylor Swift. The girls, both competitive dancers, have handed out flyers at school and at dance competitions directing people to the YouTube video they posted earlier this month.

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  • Baltimore Riots Prompt Celebrity Reactions

    Celebrities are speaking out about the violence that erupted in Baltimore after the funeral of Freddie Gray Monday afternoon. "The Wire" creator and former Baltimore Sun reporter David Simon was among those urging peace. "The anger and the selfishness and the brutality of those claiming the right…

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  • All the Details on Cronut Creator Dominique Ansel's Brand-New Bakery

    Ansel will be taking his passion for hybrid desserts one step further with what he calls the first “hybrid restaurant” opening tomorrow in New York City.

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  • What to Expect From 'Dr. Phil's' Interview With Kim Richards

    "Dr. Phil" host Phil McGraw has a highly-anticipated interview with "Real Housewives" star Kim Richards set to air later today -- and McGraw spoke to ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis on "Real Biz" to tease what viewers can expect. Richards, 50, was arrested earlier this month and charged with public…

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  • People Hate HumbleBraggers, Harvard Researchers Say

    A team of Harvard Business School professors have scientifically proven what you probably already knew: People loathe and despise the humblebrag. The humblebrag is a self-compliment wrapped in a complaint, the authors say in their new Harvard Business School paper. In the paper, Harvard Business…

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  • Sam Smith Cancels His Australian Tour

    After suffering a hemorrhage on his vocal chords, the singer was forced to cancel his upcoming Australian tour. "The doctors have told me I need to fully rest until my vocal chords have healed, otherwise this could become a huge long-term issue," he wrote on Instagram.

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  • Billionaire Richard Branson Reveals His Favorite Prank

    Watch your back around billionaire Richard Branson -- literally.The Virgin Group founder and noted adventurer revealed in his blog this week that he has a penchant for pranks.Mark Zuckerberg Reveals His Hiring SecretGoogle Co-Founder Says People Shouldn't Have to Work So MuchBill Gates Reveals What…

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  • Kourtney Kardashian Reveals How Much She Weighs After 3rd Baby

    Kourtney Kardashian just gave birth to her third child Reign -- but she looks to be bouncing back rather quickly. Kardashian and her partner Scott Disick welcomed their second son and third child on Dec. 14. "Madly in love with my little Reign Aston Disick," she wrote next to a photo holding his…

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  • Bruce Jenner Olympics Wheaties Boxes Selling for Hundreds on eBay

    The iconic Wheaties box featuring former Olympian Bruce Jenner has started popping up on eBay in the wake of his revelation that his is transitioning into a transgender woman. The cereal company’s “Breakfast of Champions” salute to Jenner first appeared in 1977 after his decathlon triumph at the…

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  • Social Media Exploding with #PaintYourNailsForBruce Campaign in Support of Bruce Jenner

    The Trevor Project’s website, which offers a host of resources for LGBTQ teens, says their viewership has seen a 40 percent boost in the wake of Jenner’s revealing he is transitioning to become a transgender woman. Jenner’s journey has carried special resonance with the transgender community,…

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  • Catching Up With Gordon Ramsey's Daughter Matilda On Her New Cooking Show and Biggest Family Misconception

    In “Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch,” Ramsay’s 13-year-old daughter Matilda (though she likes to go by Tilly) will be cooking up family recipes on the BBC alongside the entire Ramsay bunch.

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