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  • Ronda Rousey takes down Triple H at WrestleMania

    The biggest surprise of WrestleMania 31 came at the end of the third hour, when UFC champion Ronda Rousey showed up out of nowhere, joining The Rock in the center of the ring to beat the heck out of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Between John Cena's triumph over Rusev and the match between Bray Wyatt and Undertaker, The Authority came to the ring to tell everyone just how great they are. Just as Triple H was telling the fans that he owns each and every one of them and that there was nothing they could do about it, The Rock's music hit, and the Brahma Bull walked down to the ring. As if the crowd weren't already on his side, Rock pointed out to everyone that he was born in the Bay Area before challenging Triple H to a fight.

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  • The Only 10 Foods You Need To Lose Weight

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  • Joe Biden’s Israel stunner: American Jews should let Israel protect them

    The Constitution, which the vice president is sworn to uphold, guarantees to American citizens the “Blessings of Liberty” and equal protection of the law. Despite that, despite “how deeply involved” Jews “are in the United States,” the occupant of the second-highest office in the land believes that American Jews should look to a foreign government as the foundation of their rights and security. It’s like some crazy fiction from Philip Roth, except that when Roth contemplated an exodus in “Operation Shylock,” it was to imagine the Jews fleeing Israel for Poland.

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  • South Korea opts for KAI-Lockheed in $7.8 bln fighter deal

    South Korea on Monday selected Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) and partner Lockheed Martin as the preferred bidder for a multi-billion-dollar contract to develop 120 "indigenous" fighter jets. The bid from KAI and the US aerospace giant was always seen as the favourite for the 8.6 trillion won (US $7.8 billion) deal over a rival bid by civilian carrier Korean Air (KAL) teamed with Airbus. The KF-X fighter project is designed to develop and produce 120 fighter jets of a new, indigenous type to replace South Korea's ageing fleet of F-4s and F-5s.

    AFP 53 mins ago
  • Lincoln Continental, the car of presidents, is returning

    Elvis Presley had one; so did Clark Gable. It was even the sedan of presidents. Then the name vanished amid an invasion of newer luxury cars from Europe and Asia. Now, the Lincoln Continental is back. ...

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  • Shakira’s Post-Baby Workout Plan

    See how the singer is planning on coming back stronger and fitter than before.

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  • 12 Cancer Symptoms That Most Women Ignore

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  • A Superman Villain Just Said Horrible Things About Christopher Reeve

    One of DC's most respected characters of all time, Superman, is beloved by nearly one and all. The same can't be said, however, for the actor who played Clark Kent in the 1978 feature film Superman and its subsequent sequels. Apparently Christopher Reeve didn't leave a fuzzy impression on Jack O'Halloran, who played the villain Non in the first two films, and as a result the actor recently said some not-so-good things about him. It's not necessarily shocking to think Non isn't a big fan of Superman, but we never expected the actor behind the villainous character would actually have any serious problems with The Last Son of Krypton.

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  • NBA vagabond Livingston overcomes odds to help fuel Warriors

    Shaun Livingston slowly lowers himself down the steps of the team bus and is almost immediately greeted by familiar faces that begin offering hugs and tributes as he walks toward the Warriors’ locker room. This scene most recently played out Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, but it’ll happen again Tuesday, when Livingston walks into Staples Center. Something similar usually occurs when he enters an arena in one of the nine other cities on his NBA career path. No matter how long Livingston has been with a franchise during his 11-season career, he’s always made a lasting impact by offering a congenial personality, a respectful makeup and an inspirational story of overcoming what experts had said would be a career-ending obstacle.

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  • Crash pilot was psychiatric patient, planned big gesture - paper

    The Bild newspaper published an interview with a woman who said she had had a relationship in 2014 with Andreas Lubitz, the man French prosecutors believe locked himself alone in the cockpit of the Germanwings Airbus on Tuesday and steered it into the French Alps, killing all on board. "He did it because he realised that, due to his health problems, his big dream of working at Lufthansa, of a having job as a pilot, and as a pilot on long-distance flights, was nearly impossible." "He never talked much about his illness, only that he was in psychiatric treatment," she told the paper, adding they finally broke up because she was afraid of him. He became upset about the conditions we worked under: too little money, fear of losing the contract, too much pressure." A Lufthansa spokesman declined to comment. The company and its low-cost subsidiary Germanwings took out full-page advertisements in major German and French newspapers on Saturday, expressing "deepest mourning".

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  • Oregon's pink chicken mystery solved; owner explains

    In this March 26, 2015, image provided by Randall Brown of Multnomah County Animal Services, a pair of chickens, dyed pink, are photographed in Portland, Ore. The animals were picked up earlier this week running loose in the city's waterfront park.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion 6 mins ago
  • Taraji P. Henson apologizes for racial profiling allegation

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Taraji P. Henson has apologized to police in the Southern California city of Glendale for accusing an officer of racially profiling her son.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion 10 mins ago
  • Franklin County area police log

    HARRISBURG A Chambersburg man was taken into custody by the U.S Marshal's Fugitive Task Force as a suspect in a sexual assault, according to a statement from the U.S. Marshals' Service.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion 11 mins ago

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