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Mar 27, 2015

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Family business is all-consuming today -- so make sure that you're pushing yourself to get it all done. Your energy is a bit lower than usual, but you can make up for it if you feel the urgency.

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  • Fred Durst Distances Himself From Robert Durst With Hilarious Sweatshirt

    Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst distanced himself from murder suspect and The Jinx subject Robert Durst in a hilarious way on Thursday, March 26, wearing a sweatshirt reading, "NOT ROBERT" -- see the photo!

    Us Weekly
  • The 17 Most Controversial TV Episodes Ever

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    Television shows often challenge social mores in an effort to drive ratings. But these episodes took controversy to another level entirely.

  • Veteran pilot on crash coverage: 'I have cringed at the utter misrepresentation of aviation facts'

    As a 20-year veteran of the A320 cockpit for a major U.S. airline, including the last 15 in the Captain’s seat, I have cringed at the utter misrepresentation of aviation facts often disseminated by news outlets and their self-proclaimed “aviation experts” endlessly paraded across the TV screen during coverage of the latest air disaster. Coverage of the tragic crash of Germanwings 9525 has been no exception. While this week's news suggests that the First Officer deliberately flew his A320 into the ground, until the CVR (cockpit voice recorder) was found and analyzed, worldwide news sources had faced a dearth of data to report on a major news story, and instead filled the gaps with both fantastic, and fantastically inaccurate, fluff. By nature, as we all wait breathlessly for any morsel of breaking news regarding the fatal crash, our subconscious can’t help but race ahead, and fill the gaps between facts with speculation.

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  • Aaron Hernandez fiancee discusses money, gun at murder trial

    Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez and his fiancee traded expressionless glances Friday as she took the witness stand to testify in his murder trial. Shayanna Jenkins was called by prosecutors after being granted immunity, which means she was ordered to testify by the court or face time behind bars. Jenkins, Hernandez's high school sweetheart and the mother of his 2-year-old daughter, appeared to be a reluctant and careful witness, pausing for long periods before answering and saying she couldn't remember details of the time surrounding the June 17, 2013, killing of Odin Lloyd, who was dating her younger sister. Lloyd's bullet-riddled body was found in an industrial park near the home Hernandez and Jenkins shared.

    The Associated Press
  • Iron Man looks even badder in sleek black 'Stealth Mode' suit

    In advance of the release of the latest Avengers movie, Hot Toys has been putting out some fine hero replicas, including this stealth-suited Stark.

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  • Something weird is going on in the US economy, and it's not good

    Is the US economy tanking right now? Despite...

    Business Insider
  • 31 Hilarious Bumper Stickers

    AdChoices

    Having too many bumpers stickers is never a good thing, but the right bumper sticker in the right place can make a daily commute a whole lot more enjo

  • Obama’s hypocrisy with Netanyahu - The Boston Globe

    It took Bibi Netanyahu nearly a week to apologize properly for his inflammatory comment on Israel’s election day warning that Arab voters were “heading to the polls in droves.” On Monday, speaking at his Jerusalem residence to a group of Israeli Arab community leaders, the newly reelected prime minister expressed his regret: “I know the things I said a few days ago wounded Israel’s Arab citizens. In fact, the Obama campaign insisted no apology would be forthcoming.

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  • Baby found unresponsive in bathtub with sleeping mom

    GARY—A 7-month-old infant was flown to University of Chicago hospitals early Friday after her father found her unresponsive in the bathtub with her sleeping mother, police said. Police and Child Protective Services are investigating the circumstances, but no foul play is suspected, Lt. Thomas Pawlak said. Donald Evans the baby was fussy so she took the baby into the bathtub with her, but fell asleep. Evans learned the baby was going to be moved to Chicago for treatment later, the report states.

    Chicago Tribune q
  • Vikings sign absolute behemoth Polish tackle from German Football League

    It's not often you hear about a story like Babatunde Aiyegbusi.

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