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May 29, 2015

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Your overactive imagination acts as both a blessing and a curse today. The world sparkles a little brighter but nothing is exactly as it seems while mischievous Mercury retrogrades into a square with ...

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  • Mother gets 18 years for killing 8-year-old son in NYC hotel

    NEW YORK (AP) — A self-made health care millionaire who fatally drugged her developmentally disabled child five years ago in a luxury New York City hotel room was sentenced on Thursday to 18 years in prison by a judge who said he disbelieved much of her defense and scolded her for not showing remorse.

    Associated Press
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  • Look: Giuliana Looks Bootyful While on Her Family Vacay

    Get it, G! E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic didn't shy away from flaunting her smokin' hot bod whil...

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  • U.S. judge grills lawyer defending Obama's healthcare law changes

    By Lindsay Dunsmuir WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Thursday blasted the Obama administration's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives over the implementation of the Democratic president's signature healthcare law. Republicans in the House filed a lawsuit in November, saying administration officials unlawfully bypassed Congress. U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer, appointed by Obama's predecessor, Republican George W. Bush, repeatedly interrupted U.S. Justice Department lawyer Joel McElvain during the hearing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    Reuters
  • Why do women cheat? Ashley Madison CEO tells all

    Is cheating bad? Why do women cheat? The founder and CEO of affair website Ashley Madison tells all, including why he has his eye on China.

    CNBC
  • Are Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Headed for a Split?

    Before Thursday's family outing Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner hadn't been spotted together for some time, fueling breakup rumors. Wonderwall's Jessica Wedemeyer told ET why the rumors could be a false alarm. NEWS: Kevin Smith Says Jennifer Garner is the Reason He's Not Friends with Ben Affleck Anymore "It's not unusual for couples to be apart when one is on set, however Ben has been spotted in Santa Monica -- their home base -- several times in the last month by himself, so it's a little odd that they haven't been seen together when they're so close to home," Wedemeyer told ET. After we spoke to Wedemeyer, the family was snapped out together getting ice cream in their neighborhood. Another point going against the rumors is that both Ben and Jennifer have been spotted recently with their wedding rings on. Still, OK! claims that Ben would like to announce a split before their 10th anniversary on June 29. NEWS: Watch a Married Jennifer Garner Flirt with an Engaged Ben Affleck in 2003 "Ben and Jennifer reportedly spent her last birthday apart," Wedemeyer said. "He was actually photographed the day before her birthday without his wedding ring, however he was in Canada shooting a film, so it's not that unusual." The couple have three children together: 9-year-old Violet, 6-year-old Seraphina Rose and 3-year-old Samuel.

    ETonline
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  • Baltimore's $20 Million Federally Financed Riots

    Accountability: After encouraging rioters to lay waste to Baltimore, the city's mayor now says she's confident she can get Uncle Sam to pay for the damage. What is this, the new age of federally financed riots? One month after the race riots that trashed Baltimore, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said that the city would apply for a $20 million Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to replenish the "rainy day fund" being used to pay for cleanup and police overtime costs in the wake of the mayhem that she herself is on record as encouraging. "In order to replenish this fund, we've already worked with the state to apply for a federal FEMA reimbursement, and we are confident that we will receive a significant reimbursement from the federal government," CBS Baltimore affiliate WJZ reported her as saying Wednesday.

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  • Bryce Harper ejected for not getting in the batter’s box

    During Wednesday night’s Yankees-Nationals game at Nationals Park, home plate umpire Marvin Hudson ejected both Bryce Harper and Matt Williams because… Harper didn’t get in the batter’s box? Harper stepped out of the box after a bad call by Hudson, stepped back in, and stepped out when Hudson started yelling at Williams.

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  • How Gamestop avoided becoming the next Blockbuster

    Gamestop's sales are growing. The company reported a 8.6% increase in same store sales over the...

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