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Feb 13, 2016

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Your interpersonal interactions are complicated today since unresolved emotional issues might be dragging you down. Act with cautious reserve; you don't need to take everyone else's problems and autom...

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  • Report: Blockbuster NBA trade rumor involving Anthony, Love

    LeBron James andCarmelo Anthony, the first and third overall picks in the 2003 Draft,have been teammates for Team USA, but never in the NBA. If the latest blockbuster trade buzz proves legitimate, that could change before Thursday's NBA trading deadline. According to theNY Daily News,trade discussions between the Cavaliers and Celtics would send Cleveland forward Kevin Love to Boston.Where the rumor goes from interesting to wow is with the Knicks as a third team and Anthony heading to Cleveland.

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  • Crook's arm ripped off after failed robbery attempt

    A 17-year-old robber’s arm was severed in Brooklyn after he held up a 39-year-old man at gunpoint for a pair of pricey sneakers, police sources said. Through the app Wallapop, the pair had arranged to meet up at 1 p.m. on Friday in Canarsie. But when the seller showed up, asking $490 for a pair of Air Jordan 8 Retro sneakers, the teen crook pulled out a gun and demanded the kicks for free inside the older man’s car, police sources said. The 39-year-old stepped on the gas peddle, but the gunman jumped out of his car at the intersection of East 86th Street and Avenue M, sources said. Instead of speeding off, the seller turned his car around and drove after the teenager, crashing into him in front

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  • Steve Harvey Walks Off the ‘Family Feud’ Set On ‘This Week in Game Shows’

    Family Feud host Steve Harvey is running out of new ways to react to crazy things that happen on the show. So when he asked a guy named Jim what people run across their lips and his answer of “gravy” was actually counted on the board as food, Harvey had no choice but to just walk off the set.

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  • Teen hauled out of class for 'distracting' the boys (PHOTOS)

    Just kidding. It's totally awful, which is why Madyson's mom, Brooke Fields, angrily called out the school and the teacher for their poor handling of the "situation" with a now deleted public Facebook post that has garnered its fair share of attention. In it you can see Madyson, who looks like she's had a good cry, wearing the evil outfit in question. Take a look for yourself: My daughter, who is a straight A student was told by a teacher that she is a distraction to the boys and was told if she...Posted by Brooke Fields on  Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Are you not scandalized? Have you or have you not forgotten every last thing you ever learned about eighth-grade pre-algebra because of this

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  • Ex-Obama intel official: Hillary Clinton should drop out

    Washington (CNN)President Barack Obama's former top military intelligence official said Hillary Clinton should pull out of the presidential race while the FBI investigate her use of a private email server for official government communication while secretary of state. Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the retired chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency, made the call in an interview with Jake Tapper on "The Lead." "If it were me, I would have been out the door and probably in jail," said Flynn, who decried what he said was a "lack of accountability, frankly, in a person who should have been much more responsible in her actions as the secretary of state of the United States of America." Clinton campaign

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  • Alabama woman convicted in girl's running death dies

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama woman convicted of capital murder in the running death of her 9-year-old granddaughter died Friday less than a year into her life-without-parole sentence for the killing.

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