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  • What happens to Victoria's Secret underwear after you return it

    Victoria's Secret is the top underwear seller...

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  • Michelle Rodriguez on Why She Quit ‘The Fast and the Furious’ and Her Tears For Paul Walker

    The kickass star of Furious 7 opens up about why she once quit the blockbuster franchise, the struggles of being a woman in Hollywood, and her fallen partner in crime. Michelle Rodriguez might have been a doctor if her family had their way. Instead, the high school dropout from Jersey City turned to acting, broke out as a brooding boxer in Girlfight, and made her Hollywood debut in a B-movie actioner opposite Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, becoming the alpha female of one of the tightest familias in movie history. Against the odds and studio convention, 2001’s The Fast and the Furious went on to spawn six more supercharged sequels, making stars of its actors.

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  • Apparent iPhone thief reveals face to world with selfie-shooting streak

    After a woman's iPhone was taken at a bar, she says she found dozens of selfies by a stranger that were being automatically uploaded to her Facebook.

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  • Ford Motor Company's Forgotten SUV Is Surging, and It's a Big Deal

    Ford's Explorer is bringing in better top- and bottom-line numbers for the automaker, and it's also doing something more.

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  • Torn-up sick notes show crash pilot should have been grounded

    By Tom Käckenhoff DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - German authorities said on Friday they had found torn-up sick notes showing that the pilot who crashed a plane into the French Alps was suffering from an illness that should have grounded him on the day of the tragedy. French prosecutors believe Andreas Lubitz, 27, locked himself alone in the cockpit of the Germanwings Airbus A320 on Tuesday and deliberately steered it into a mountain, killing all 150 people on board. "Documents with medical contents were confiscated that point towards an existing illness and corresponding treatment by doctors," said the prosecutors' office in Duesseldorf, where the co-pilot lived and where the doomed flight from Barcelona was heading. Germanwings said Lubitz had not submitted any sick note that would have grounded him on Tuesday, March 24, the day of the crash.

    Reuters
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  • Ozzy Osbourne's unknown daughter is about to make it big

    When your dad is Ozzy Osbourne, the usual teenage rebellion of smoking, drinking, drugs and blasting metal from your bedroom is unlikely to make much of an impact. Finally, the 31-year-old is unveiling ARO (pronounced “arrow,” the moniker stands for Aimee Rachel Osbourne), performing at Mercury Lounge Thursday.

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  • Attention, Parents: This Is What Spring Break REALLY Looks Like

    Fox News Insider The city council in Panama City Beach, Fla., enacted ordinances to curb partying after a “Hannity” special last year exposed the rowdy behavior at spring break. This year, Sean Hannity sent Ainsley Earhardt back to Panama City

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  • The Five Words I’ll Never Say to My Children Again

    “When a mom says, ‘Don’t make me tell Daddy’ or ‘Wait until Daddy gets home,’ the child concludes that the father is the source of power, the one who wields justice, who enforces right and wrong,” Laura Markham, Ph.D., a child psychologist and author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids, tells Yahoo Parenting. “You’re teaching your kids that their father is to be feared and their mother is not in charge—we don’t really have to care what Mom thinks, except in so far as she will tattle on us.”  Not good for mom and not fair to dad.

    Yahoo Parenting

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