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  • Laverne Cox Admits There's 'Pressure' as Face of the Transgender Community

    Laverne Cox says 2015 is "my year."Not only is the "Orange Is the New Black" star breaking down barriers for the transgender community, she was just cast in a CBS pilot, "Doubt," as an attorney who gets romantically involved with one of her clients."It's just a brilliant script," she told ABC News…

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  • Record-Breaking Winter: Even the South Can't Escape

    Record snow, stranded drivers, thousands without power. Huntsville, Alabama, received 8.1 inches Wednesday, breaking a daily record. Parts of northern Alabama saw over a foot of snow. In the northeast, Boston is so cold the waves have turned into a frozen slush on the island of Nantucket.

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  • Jihadi John: What We Know About the Alleged Terrorist, Mohammed Emwazi

    The ISIS executioner dubbed "Jihadi John" has been named by news reports. He attended college in London and his family lives there now. He is thought to have fled to Syria in 2012. The man believed to be the ISIS terrorist dubbed "Jihadi John" has been identified as a British man named Mohammed…

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  • Kanye West at Nando's: Rapper Climbs on Table at London Restaurant

    The rapper, 37, was at Nando's, a local spot, and jumped on the table to a crowd chanting "Yeezus." According to reports, he said his time standing on the table was him giving the patrons at the restaurant time to take a pic.

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  • What Happened When Will Smith Had Alfonso Ribeiro Give His Son Driving Lessons

    Alfonso Ribeiro is no Carlton, especially when it comes to driving. That's what Will Smith discovered, when he asked his "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" co-star to teach his oldest son, Trey Smith, how to drive. On Wednesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Smith explained why he later regretted asking Ribeiro…

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  • 'House of Cards' Season 3 on Netflix: A Season 2 Refresher

    Zoe Barnes -- was killed by Frank Underwood, who pushed her in front of a train. After spending most of season 1 vying for the vice presidency, Underwood stepped things up and set up the president for a big fall, just so he could take the top spot.

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  • Mirjana Puhar: Tyra Banks 'Deeply Saddened' by Death of 'ANTM' Contestant

    Tyra Banks, the executive producer of "America's Next Top Model," expressed her deep sorrow over the death of one of the show's contestants, Mirjana Puhar. "We are deeply saddened to learn of the tragic news about Mirjana Puhar," Banks and fellow executive producer Ken Mok wrote in a statement to…

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  • Hot Sauce and Mustard Hijack 'Sommelier' Title for Prestige

    The translation of the French word “sommelier” is a wine steward, someone who typically helps you choose which wine you’d like to drink on a given day. By that definition, the hot sauce, mustard and water experts are sommelier poseurs.

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  • Llama Drama on the Streets of Arizona as Animals Break Free

    A pair of confused llamas wreaked havoc in Sun City, Arizona, this afternoon as they ran through the streets while being chased by police.It’s unclear where the llamas originated, or how they broke free, but little did they know that their brief dash for freedom would be enjoyed across the…

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  • Net Neutrality: Why Verizon Used Type Writer Font to Blast FCC Vote

    The FCC today voted 3-2 to reclassify Internet service providers as common carriers under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act. Challengers of net neutrality have expressed worry that regulating the Internet could impact what has become an important part of the economy.

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  • Antarctica 'Penguin Post Office' Job Attracts Record Number of Applicants

    A job posting to man the "Penguin Post Office" in Port Lockroy, Antarctica, has received a record number of applicants: more than 1,500 since Feb. 16. United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT) is looking for four people to, in addition to taking care of the 70,000 cards posted each year for…

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  • Lady Gaga Engaged: How the Pop Icon Celebrated

    How do you celebrate being engaged if you're Lady Gaga? Hang out with your fiance Taylor Kinney's "Chicago" family.Kinney stars on "Chicago Fire" and Gaga spent time recently with Sophia Bush of "Chicago P.D.," which is a spin-off of "Fire."Read: Lady Gaga Is Engaged to Taylor Kinney"#wcw…

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  • 'Cool Baby' Is Doll and Drink Cooler in One

    Cool Baby is a baby doll that also acts as an insulated cooler. A straw -- for drinking -- comes out the top of the baby's head and the baby is meant to be carried in a front-facing baby carrier. Created by Simon Philion of Brooklyn, New York, the former comedian-turned-copywriter's Kickstarter…

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  • Net Neutrality: What's at Stake for You After Today's Vote

    The Federal Communications Commission today passed net neutrality rules after a decade-long debate over whether the Internet should be regulated in the same way as public utilities. The commissioners voted 3-2 to reclassify Internet service providers as common carriers and impose utility-style…

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  • Woman Uses Rubber Bands, Hair Elastics as DIY Braces

    Instructional videos for do-it-yourself braces have become popular on YouTube, but dentists say people considering them should think twice. A Washington State woman claims she closed her tooth gap in 44 days using $5 worth of hair elastics. She posted six videos to YouTube chronicling the…

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  • Net Neutrality: What Comes Next After 'Historic' FCC Vote

    The FCC today voted 3-2 to reclassify Internet service providers as common carriers and impose regulations similar to those imposed on utilities. While many Internet service providers say they're committed to a free Internet, some oppose the FCC rules because they want leeway for how they package…

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  • ISIS 'Jihadi John' Identity Revealed as Londoner Mohammed Emwazi

    "Jihadi John," the British-accented man who appeared in all black in several ISIS videos in which he appeared to behead Westerners, has been identified as Londoner Mohammed Emwazi, a former senior intelligence official confirmed to ABC News. The Washington Post and BBC first reported the name…

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