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  • Marshawn Lynch reportedly hasn't spent a penny of the $49.7 million in salary he has made in his NFL career

    Seattle Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch has made $49.7 million in nine NFL...

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  • Bristol Palin's Baby Daddy -- I'm Blue Collar, So Put a Lid on Child Support

    Bristol Palin's newest baby daddy is one smart cookie, because he just beat her to the punch by telling the family law judge exactly how much he can afford in the child support department. Dakota Meyer -- the father of Bristol's 2-month-old daughter Sailor -- claims in new legal docs he makes $100,000 a year working construction, and gets another $37k in disability from the Marine Corp. Under Alaska law, Dakota's income would entitle Bristol to $1,754 a month in child support. So, you ask, why is Dakota running to court to establish his legal obligation to pay child support?  Well, he's a good student of history, because when Bristol was fighting Levi Johnston for child support, he tried convincing

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  • 2 winners and 3 losers from Saturday night's Republican debate

    The eight Republican presidential debate of the 2016 campaign, and the last one before the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, began with a slapstick off-stage candidate pile-up and generally devolved from there. John Kasich thanked the audience for its "patience" for seemingly no reason at all. For most of this campaign, Chris Christie has been an also-ran.

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  • A Stanford professor says eliminating 2 phrases from your vocabulary can make you more successful

    The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape...

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  • Bernie Sanders' Income Tax Brackets: How Much Would You Owe?

    Bernie Sanders' recently unveiled tax proposal calls for a major overhaul to the individual income tax brackets. How would you fare if his plan were implemented?

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  • Whoopi Goldberg is reportedly behaving erratically behind the scenes of 'The View'

    Whoopi Goldberg’s erratic behavior behind the scenes at “The View” has some wondering if she’s trying to goad ABC bosses into firing her. According to an insider, Goldberg, 60, gets $5 million a year to lead the show’s panel, but “she has been at war with the management.” The actress and host, now in the final year of a four-year contract, last year reportedly ¬created a scene when she paraded around saying, “I’s a work for ABC, who is my master. I’s a slave to ABC. It’s ‘12 Years a Whoopi’ at ABC,” referring to the movie “12 Years a Slave.” A show source said, “Whoopi has been so antagonistic, she’s constantly at war with management. It’s so bad that some execs think she’s daring them to fire

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  • Obama bullied bank to pay racial settlement without proof: report

    Newly uncovered internal memos reveal the Obama administration knowingly exaggerated charges of racial discrimination in probes of Ally Bank and other defendants in the $900 billion car-lending business as part of a “racial justice” campaign that’s looking more like a massive government extortion and shakedown operation. A confidential 23-page internal report detailing CFPB’s strategy for going after lenders shows why these companies are forking over millions of dollars in restitution and fines to the government despite denying any wrongdoing. The high-level memo, sent by top CFPB civil-rights prosecutors to the bureau’s director and revealed by a House committee, admits their methods for proving discrimination were seriously flawed from the start and had little chance of holding up in court.

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  • WATCH: Vehicles Plunge Into Wisconsin Lake As Ice Parking Lot Collapses

    Feb 6 (Reuters) - Call it the polar bear plunge for cars and trucks.The drivers of 15 vehicles parked on ice at Geneva Lake in Wisconsin for a so-called Winterfest celebration on Saturday, but their festivities were interrupted when the ice broke, police said.Five of the vehicles that fell into the water were salvaged, as their owners...

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