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  • President Obama Crushes the Marijuana Movement With 15 Words

    While speaking in Jamaica, President Obama had some very stark words about the future of the marijuana industry within the United States.

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  • See the Brands with the Best Reputation


    Our experts have searched through seven categories, and narrowed it down to two automakers with outstanding achievements. Find out who made the cut!

  • Kylie Jenner Dons A Sheer Lacy Catsuit To Coachella

    It's the second and final weekend of the 2015 Coachella music festival in Indio, California, and the stars are certainly saving their best -- and wildest -- looks for last. Kylie Jenner went the racy route with a sheer, lacy catsuit, while Paris Hilton kept it very cliche Coachella in a flouncy, patterned sundress. Check out all the photos...

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  • Bobby Flay reportedly had an affair that ruined his marriage to Stephanie March

    Famed chef Bobby Flay and his wife, “Law & Order: SVU” actress Stephanie March, split after she discovered he was having an affair with a young aide, claims a close friend of March. March, 40, learned of the betrayal shortly after Thanksgiving, said actress/writer Maia Madison. The boyishly handsome 50-year-old Food Network star had for three years been seeing 28-year-old Elyse Tirrell, a singer/actress who worked as a hostess at the chef’s Bar Americain in Midtown in 2008 and became his assistant, she said. “Elyse had always seemed so nervous when Stephanie came to one of the restaurants, and Stephanie, not knowing what was happening, went out of her way to compliment her and try to make her more comfortable.

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  • This casual restaurant chain you've probably never been to was just named best in America

    A fondue restaurant chain was just named best...

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  • Researcher denied flight after tweet poking United security

    WASHINGTON (AP) — United Airlines stopped a prominent security researcher from boarding a California-bound flight late Saturday, following a social media post by the researcher days earlier suggesting the airline's onboard systems could be hacked.

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  • Seniors: How to "Switch On" 10 More Years


    Here are five tips, recommended by scientists, anti-aging experts and doctors, that you can use to boost energy and extend the length of your life.

  • Mom and daughter, 14, vanish after trip to NYC's Times Square

    A mother and daughter trip last month to New York City’s Times Square has turned into a missing persons mystery after the pair vanished without a trace. Police said Sunday they are continuing to investigate the disappearance of Long Island widow Iona Costello, 51, and her 14-year-old daughter Emily, but the investigation has generated few leads. “We continue to investigate the missing report for the Costellos and are receiving the assistance requested from NYPD,” Chief Martin Flatly of the Southold Police Department on Long Island's North Fork told SoutholdLOCAL. Diana Malcolmson, Iona Costello's mom, told the New York Post Saturday her daughter and granddaughter were last seen March 30.

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  • Jim Cramer marries Lisa Detwiler

    Lisa Cadette Detwiler and Jim Cramer were married Saturday evening at the Liberty Warehouse, an event space in Brooklyn. Aran Yardeni, an archeologist and friend of the couple who became a Universal Life Minister for the event, officiated. The bride, 49, is a real estate broker for Corcoran Group Real Estate in Brooklyn Heights. The groom, 60, is the host of “Mad Money With Jim Cramer,” a weekday show on CNBC that analyzes investment opportunities.

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  • Almonds get roasted in debate over California water use

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California almonds are becoming one of the world's favorite snacks and creating a multibillion-dollar bonanza for agricultural investors. But the crop extracts a staggering price from the land, consuming more water than all the showering, dish-washing and other indoor household water use of California's 39 million people.

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