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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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  • Aaron Hernandez's fiancee: He was drunk before the slaying

    The fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez took the stand in his murder trial Friday, telling the jury that he was drunk in the hours before the slaying of her sister's boyfriend. Shayanna Jenkins also told jurors that she found a handgun in a kitchen junk drawer before the June 17, 2013, killing of Odin Lloyd. She avoided looking at Hernandez as she testified. There had been a question about whether prosecutors would call Jenkins, who has been in a relationship with Hernandez since high school and is the mother of his 2-year-old daughter.

    The Associated Press 24 mins ago
  • Is this putting tanning salons out of business?

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    Millions flock to gorgeous new self tanners. No orange. No streaks. No smell. Just perfection.

  • Jordan Brenner: 'NBA Does Not Like Harrison Twins'

    If you ask the average college basketball analyst to size up No. 1 Kentucky, odds are you’ll hear something along the following lines: The Wildcats are 36-0, they have a million McDonald’s All-Americans on their roster and they are going to make history and win the national title. A college basketball analyst can think that – and hey, he or she may be right. What do NBA scouts and analysts think? ESPN writer Jordan Brenner had those same questions – so he found out the answers.

    gottlieb.radio.cbssports.com q 39 mins ago
  • Teen Bullied Over Her Prom Dress Has the Last Laugh

    Kristen Layne, posing in the junior prom dress she was trying to sell. Photo by Go Fund Me. It’s high-school prom season and you know what that means — it’s all about the dress. STORY: Parents Fight Bullying App With Messages of Love Unfortunately, Layne became the target of some vicious online trolls — two men who relentlessly attacked her weight and looks on Facebook, Layne told WSMV. Sorry that I’m not pleasing to your eye.”  STORY: Defending Bullied Cheerleader Layne tells Yahoo Parenting, “The comments made me feel horrible about myself.

    Yahoo Parenting
  • Cyclist's helmet-cam video of argument with driver shows glory of humanity

    Technically Incorrect: A Seattle cyclist is miffed that a woman has parked in a bike lane. He posts a helmet-cam video to YouTube, where many have watched. But who comes out of it better?

    CNET q
  • Breaking: Ryan Reynolds in official Deadpool costume is as sexy as you hoped

    Ryan Reynolds has become a one-man PR machine for the upcoming Deadpool movie, and today has tweeted out the first look at the full costume.

    Polygon
  • 13 Brands That Mechanics Wish You Would Not Buy

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    Here are the top problems real mechanics experience daily from some popular car brands.

  • The deepest holes dug by hand

    Think of the Egyptian pyramids, St Peter’s Basilica or the Taj Mahal: all colossal buildings that put us a little bit closer to the heavens. In our recent “Journey to the Centre of the Earth” infographic, we highlighted some of these underground achievements.

    BBC Future q
  • Chickenpox: Mom furious after school sends unvaccinated son home

    The boy was not vaccinated and, with confirmed cases in Birmingham schools, officials are worried about spread. A Birmingham mother is furious after her sixth-grade son was sent home from class today because he's not fully vaccinated against chickenpox. One of Michael Donovan's classmates is among three students in the district who is infected. "I wasn't vaccinated, and I don't think it's fair that I can't go to school," Michael, 11, said after his mother, Sarah, was called to the school to pick him up.

    Detroit Free Press q
  • German airline could face 'unlimited' damages for Alps crash

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — Lufthansa could face "unlimited" compensation claims for the crash that killed 150 people in the French alps and it would be difficult, even counterproductive, for the German carrier to try to avoid liability, experts said Friday.

    Associated Press 46 mins ago

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