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  • Crystal Cruises' No-Handshake Rule Is 'Preventative'

    At least one luxury cruise line has made no handshaking -- between crew and passengers -- official policy. Crystal Cruises has a no-shake rule for the captain, in addition to other "preventative measures" when it comes to health and safety on board its ships. "The safety and health of our guests…

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  • Dad Gets One Direction Tattoo to Win Concert Tickets, Loses Because He's From Wrong State

    Roger Fraser couldn't afford to take his two daughters to One Direction's concert in Indianapolis, Indiana, on July 31, so he decided to do whatever it took to win an Indianapolis radio station's contest for tickets. The contest, held by 99.5 WZPL in Indianapolis, had dads dress up as One…

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  • ILookLikeAnEngineer Hashtag Breaks Down Stereotypes, Highlights Diversity in Tech Industry

    The hashtag, which was included in over 24,000 tweets as of this afternoon, was started by Isis Wenger, a San Francisco platform engineer for OneLogin, a service that provides single sign-on and identity management for cloud-based applications. Wenger created the hashtag and called for female…

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  • 2nd US Doctor Accused of Illegally Killing Lion in Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe's National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority accused Dr. Jan Casimir Seski of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, of shooting a lion with a bow and arrow in April near Hwange National Park, without approval, on land where it was not allowed, according to The Associated Press. Zimbabwe…

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  • 50 Cent Spends $5,000 a Month on Gardening and $1,000 a Month on Grooming, Court Documents Say

    Rapper 50 Cent spends $5,000 a month on "gardening," another $1,000 for grooming and $3,000 per month on his wardrobe, according to new filings in bankruptcy court. The 40-year-old musician, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, revealed his monthly expenses and income in new documents filed Monday…

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  • Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy 'Terminate Romantic Relationship'

    The summer of celebrity splits continues -- and the latest is a big one: Kermit and Miss Piggy. "Here is the official statement on @KermitTheFrog and moi's relationship termination," Miss Piggy wrote on Twitter. The statement reads, "After careful thought, thoughtful consideration and…

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  • Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards End Their Engagement

    Zayn Malik is single again.The former One Direction member and his fiancée of two years, Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards, have ended their engagement, a rep confirmed to ABC News.One Direction Members Talk Fatherhood, Life After Zayn MalikZayn Malik Is Leaving One DirectionOne Direction's Zayn…

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  • Early Christmas Shopping Starts at One London Store

    August is now the month to start Christmas shopping -- at least in one London store. Upscale retailer Selfridges has become one of the first department stores in the world to launch its Christmas Shop this week. "Despite the summer weather, we're in full festive mode here at Selfridges,” said…

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  • Donald Trump Turns His Cellphone Voicemail Into a Campaign Ad

    Donald Trump has turned the tables on Gawker. After the online site released one of Donald Trump’s cellphone numbers, the GOP presidential candidate changed his voicemail this morning. “Hi, this is Donald Trump and I’m running for the presidency of the United States of America,” he says on the…

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  • Buzz Aldrin's Surprise Paperwork From Moon Mission

    Even after a trip to the moon, Buzz Aldrin still had to clear customs. The American astronaut has been sharing some of his travel documents from his 1969 moon landing mission. While some of the information on the forms is routine, other areas yield surprising insights about Aldrin's historic trip.

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  • Taylor Swift Says Her Friendship With Kanye West Was 'Important' to Jay Z

    Everyone remembers when Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards to tell her she didn't deserve her Best Female Video honor.They've since patched things up, which Swift attributes to their mutual friendship with Jay Z."I became friends with Jay Z,…

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  • This Summer's Surprising Celeb Splits

    It seems to be the summer of celebrity splits.Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale are the latest in a line of surprising celebrity breakups this summer.Rock's royal couple revealed Monday that they had filed for divorce."While the two of us have come to the mutual decision that we will no longer be…

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  • Iggy Azalea Describes Her Plastic Surgery Journey

    Iggy Azalea is opening up about her plastic surgery journey and not denying anything at all.“Denying it is lame," she told Seventeen magazine for its September cover about getting a nose job. "I don’t think you should be ashamed if you made a change to yourself, which is why I’ve spoken about the…

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  • Take a Peek at Turkey's 'Titanic Hotel'

    There was the Titanic Memorial cruise of 2012, but that was a one-time deal. Some of the 589 "cruise style resort rooms" have sea views (just like a cruise ship) and all have private balconies. Despite what some might call a bizarre homage to a tragic event, overall the hotel gets great reviews…

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  • Kim Richards Arrested for Alleged Shoplifting at Target

    Reality star Kim Richards was arrested on Sunday for alleged shoplifting at a Target in Van Nuys, California, local police told ABC News. Richards, 50, was arrested by Target loss prevention security for allegedly stealing more than $600 in merchandise. The case will now be given to detectives,…

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  • Children With Disabilities Handcuffed as a Means of Punishment, Lawsuit Alleges

    A deputy sheriff in Kentucky allegedly violated the rights of two children with disabilities by handcuffing them as a means of punishment, according to a federal lawsuit. Kenton County Deputy Sheriff Kevin Sumner and Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn are named in the lawsuit, which was filed Monday in U.S.…

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  • VIDEO: Man Hit by Own Car in Road Rage Incident in California, Police Say

    A motorist stole a man's car during a road rage incident in Southern California last week, mowed him down and left him lying in a street unable to move, according to police. The City of Hemet Police recently released witness video that caught the horrifying moment last Friday the 53-year-old…

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