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  • 4-Year-Old Girl Has the Perfect Reaction When a Boy in Class Telling Her She's Ugly

    It’s appropriate that this all happened in school. Because this little boy got schooled. A video popped up today where a 4-year-old named Miss CiCi talked about what happened after a boy in her pre-kindergarten class told her that she looked ugly. CiCi didn’t cry. CiCi didn’t get mad. CiCi just told him what’s what: "I didn't come here to make fashion statement. I came here to learn, not look pretty." And when the little boy continued to tell her she looked bad, she shut his little toosh down: "Did you look in the mirror lately? Buh-bye, see you later...making me mad." NEWS: Taylor Swift granted a terminally ill 4-year-old her final wish Now, let’s just say what everyone is thinking: This little girl is ADORABLE. If that’s not the sweetest little smile we’ve even seen... But more importantly, she’s brilliant. And knows what is important in live. CiCi for president! Now watch CiCi tell the story. Because her version of what happened is even cuter, with her cute little Caribbean accent: Speaking of adorable little kids, check out this family photo Reese Witherspoon shared of her husband, Jim Toth, and her cute little son, Tennessee:

  • Dental Implants: Learn The Facts And Options


    Considering dental implants? Explore our resources and learn about procedures, options, and providers before making this important decision

  • Iran Blinds Acid-Attacker In ‘Eye For an Eye’ Justice

    An Iranian man convicted of blinding another man by throwing acid in his face has been punished by having one of his own eyes gouged out by medics, an act which has prompted outrage from international human rights groups, and drawn comparisons between the Iranian authorities and Islamic State. The punishment, carried out at Rajai-Shahr prison in the city of Karaj earlier this week, is thought to be the first of its kind in Iran. The man, who fell unconscious after the punishment, was found guilty of throwing acid in his victim’s face five years ago, an attack which left his victim blind and disfigured for life. It has not been made clear whether the doctors involved were coerced into performing the act, although in the past there have been instances of them refusing to carry out such punishments.

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  • Ronda Rousey Busts Interviewer’s Ribs After He Jokes She ‘Can’t Compete With a Man’ (Video)

    They don’t call her “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey for nothing.

    The Wrap
  • This broken 700-ton generator demonstrates everything that went wrong with the reconstruction of Iraq

    It has been almost four years since US forces...

    Business Insider
  • Dean Sheremet: The "Dumbest Thing" LeAnn Rimes Ever Did for Her Career "Was Divorce Me"

    LeAnn Rimes' ex-husband Dean Sheremet gave a tell-all interview about LeAnn Rimes' infamous cheating scandal with Eddie Cibrian, calling it a "f---ing disaster" -- read the juicy interview here

    Us Weekly
  • 11 Faces You Know From Commercials: Who Are They?


    As much as we skip commercials, there are some recurring characters that we actually love. But what's the story about the people behind the. . .

  • Principal to parents: ‘We don’t need to get used to this. We need to stop it.’

    On March 2nd, members of my school’s PTA sent letters home to parents encouraging them to opt their children out of the PARCC Test. It is not a stretch to say that American students are over-tested and under-taught.

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  • Justice Scalia Boosts Republican Hopes In ObamaCare Challenge

    By Peter Sullivan, The HillSupreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has given Republicans new ammunition in the fight over ObamaCare by endorsing the idea that Congress is certain to act if

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  • Supreme Court Can't Save Obamacare

    After Wednesday's oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court, the odds that Obamacare will survive its latest legal challenge appear slightly better than even. A Pew Research Center poll last month reported that almost five years after it was signed, 53 percent of people disapprove of Obamacare -- close to an all-time high.

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