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Feb 14, 2016

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  • Teenager steals Air Jordans in Craigslist robbery and has his arm severed in horrific incident

    This is the result of a horrific scene in New York on Friday that unfolded from a seemingly routine Craigslist transaction. The 39-year-old man known only as "Phil" is a regular buyer and seller of sneakers on Craigslist. Climbing into Phil's SUV, it's reported that the 17-year-old pulled a gun on the man, took the sneakers and walked off.

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  • Trump finally went too far for Republicans

    Donald Trump finally made some bold and provocative claims that were largely true, and the Republican Party finally closed ranks to attack him. Raising questions about Barack Obama's status as an American citizen didn't do it. Trump said that invading Iraq was a disaster, that the country was mislead into invading Iraq by the Bush administration, and that the claim that Bush kept the country safe from terrorism is ridiculous because 9/11 happened on his watch.

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  • Leaked documents shed light on sexual assault allegations against Peyton Manning and the smear campaign against the alleged victim

    Court documents from a 2001 lawsuit have been obtained by Shaun King of the New York Daily News...

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  • What happened when I started using baking soda as my shampoo

    I kissed shampoo goodbye last year. The last straw came in early 2015 when I shaved half my head and found that the skin underneath all that hair was gnarly. It was scaly, red, and there were small pieces of dead skin flaking off everywhere. After a mini-anxiety attack, I started researching all the potential ways I could get rid of this monster-like scalp. The powers of baking soda were the first thing that came to my mind, and after I read up on all the amazing qualities, I was sold. First of all, it’s the perfect product for people with dry, scaly scalps. You see, shampoo strips your hair of all its natural oils, encouraging your scalp to produce too much oil. But baking soda gently balances

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  • Arizona Girls, 15, Killed in Suspected Murder-Suicide Were 'Very Close' and Appeared to be Dating: Police

    The 15-year-old Arizona girls found shot dead Friday morning in a suspected murder-suicide at their high school were "very close friends" and appeared to be in a relationship, Glendale police said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE. "Information gathered by detectives reveal the two girls were very close friends, appearing to also be in a relationship," police added. Phuong Kieu, a science teacher at Independence High School, the scene of the shooting, said her younger sister May was one of the two killed, according to the Republic.

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  • Shaq hammered a two-handed slam after Charles Barkley doubted his dunking abilities

    Shaq and the NBA on TNT crew have been up to ridiculous and hilarious shenanigans this All-Star Weekend. Next on their list of funny things to do on air, Charles Barkley made a bet with Shaq that if the big guy could still dunk, then Charles would go ice skating. Shaq isn’t that old (he’s 43) and he’s about 7 feet tall, so yes, he can dunk still. He proved it in the most Shaq way possible. The future Hall of Famer leapt up there and flexed and dangled his feet and made a scene. Right after watching Shaq do his thing, Charles said on air that he felt the need to apologize for ever doubting the Lakers legend.

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  • Backlash to Beyonce's Super Bowl performance continues to grow

    Remember when Justin Timberlake "accidentally" ripped off Janet Jackson's top during their Super Bowl performance? Well the backlash from that has nothing on Beyoncé's performance last Sunday. Five days after Beyoncé’s Super Bowl half-time show in which dancers were clad in Black Panther inspired costumes and one dancer held up a "Justice 4 Mario Woods" sign, the controversy continues to grow. There’s an anti-Beyoncé protest rally in front of the NFL headquarters planned for Feb. 16, a Boycott Beyonce sign-up page, and a social media hashtag #boycottBeyonce that people are using when addressing the performance -- from both sides of the issue. So has hers turned out to be most controversial half-time

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  • Proud Mom Coco Austin Shares New Snaps of Baby Chanel: ‘I Can’t Get Enough of This Girl!’

    Coco Austin is clearly loving her new role as a mom! Austin shared adorable snaps of baby Chanel, her 11-week-old daughter with husband Ice-T, on Instagram Saturday. “I can’t get enough of this girl!” she captioned one post, with four pictures of Chanel smiling and posing in a perfectly coordinated outfit.


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