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  • Michael Jordan played pick-up basketball with Tom Brady, talked so much trash

    I can't hear exactly what he says, but first there's an "and-one," in then he suggests his defender look up "Michael Jordan's career" on YouTube. You know, so he can figure out how to play better D against the greatest ever.

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  • What's Pregnant Jill Duggar Doing 4 Days Past Due Date? See Pic!

    Jill Duggar is not just sitting around, relaxing and putting her feet up while waiting for her fi...

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  • The Two Simple Words That Are Greatly Improving My Marriage (And, No, They're Not 'I'm Sorry')

    The smallest words can result in the biggest change in conversation direction with your partner.

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  • Raven-Symone Says DNA Test Proves She's 'From Every Continent in Africa Except for One'

    Say what, Raven-Symone? The former child star did an interview with E! News defending her recent statement that she doesn't see herself as African-American. She told host Alicia Quarles that she recently got her DNA results back from Ancestry.com, and the results were… interesting. "Thank you to Ancestry.com, actually, for sending me my DNA test," she said. "I am from every continent in Africa, except for one, and I'm from every continent in Europe, except for one." NEWS: Raven-Symone: Don't Label Me 'Gay' or 'African-American' Comedian Desus Nice posted a video of the 29-year-old actress' questionable comment: Raven Symone noted Professor of African Studies at Africa City Africa University pic.twitter.com/yEcCAJ39Ac— Desus Nice (@desusnice) March 27, 2015 Over at The Grio, blogger Luvvie Ajayi had some thoughts about Raven-Symone's sentiment -- namely, that confusing "country" and "continent" was the least of her problems. "Let’s say that was just a slip of the tongue and she really did mean to say 'country,''" Ajayi writes. "Let us try to give her some benefit of the doubt and say she just made an honest mistake. Can we call science to the carpet here and ask some real questions? If Ancestry.com told Raven that she is from every country in Africa but one, and every European country but one, she needs to get her money back and they need to be outed for being fraudulent as hell. How is she genetically linked to over 100 countries (there are 50 in Europe, 54 in Africa)? HOW, SWAY?? I know she really wants to be colorless and not be placed in a box but the science lie detector says that is a lie. Raven must think she’s Captain Planet’s cousin and I don’t have time!" NEWS: Raven-Symone: 'I Never Said I Wasn't Black!' At least one fan has it figured out: They tweeted a map to explain exactly where the former That's So Raven star hails from. I'm from every continent in Africa except for one - Raven Symone. Fantastic fool. pic.twitter.com/VO3rBZkJxq— Mubixx® (@DarkSaint_) March 27, 2015 Watch Raven-Symone's interview last October with Oprah where she said she doesn't like labels:

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  • Run from Cuba, Americans cling to claims for seized property

    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The smell of Cuban coffee drifts from the kitchen as Carolyn Chester digs through photos, faded with age, that fill four boxes spread across the dining table.

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  • How Much Do WWE Wrestlers Get Paid?

    WrestleMania is WWE’s Super Bowl, and this year’s marquee event is particularly star-studded. On Sunday night, 20-year WWE vet Triple H will take on wrestling legend Sting, who steps into a WWE ring for the first time in a career that spans three decades. The Undertaker is back following a shocking loss to Brock Lesnar a year ago, and Lesnar will be in this year’s main event defending the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. It’s an especially pertinent question given the news that Lesnar just signed a new contract with WWE, ending a brief tug-of-war between the pro wrestling promotion and UFC for the former heavyweight champ’s rights.

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  • Michelle Rodriguez on Why She Quit ‘The Fast and the Furious’ and Her Tears For Paul Walker

    The kickass star of Furious 7 opens up about why she once quit the blockbuster franchise, the struggles of being a woman in Hollywood, and her fallen partner in crime. Michelle Rodriguez might have been a doctor if her family had their way. Instead, the high school dropout from Jersey City turned to acting, broke out as a brooding boxer in Girlfight, and made her Hollywood debut in a B-movie actioner opposite Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, becoming the alpha female of one of the tightest familias in movie history. Against the odds and studio convention, 2001’s The Fast and the Furious went on to spawn six more supercharged sequels, making stars of its actors.

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  • The 101-Year-Old Oil Woman Who Found Millions in Her Mailbox

    Like other big landowners here in DeWitt County, Thomas has profited well from the shale-oil rush. Every month, the royalty checks arrive -- payments for letting the likes of Marathon Oil Corp. and EOG Resources Inc. drill on her spread near the head of the Old Chisholm Trail.

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