• Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn Double Date With His Ex-Wife Elin Nordegren, Boyfriend Chris Cline

    Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn go on double dates with the golf pro's ex-wife Elin Nordegren and her billionaire boyfriend Chris Cline, a source tells Us Weekly -- get the details

    Us Weekly
  • Wrigley Field's 100th birthday cake thrown away uneaten, Cubs disappointed

    "Cake Boss" baker Buddy Valastro made the 400-pound cake, but nobody got to enjoy it.

    Big League Stew
  • Mortgage Rates as Low as 2.75% (2.78% APR)


    Mortgage rates are still low at 2.75% (2.78% APR) on 5/1 ARM. Get a great rate and start saving money today. Calculate your payment.

  • How to Drink All Night Without Getting Drunk

    As the co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company, he has appeared in countless Sam Adams commercials over thirty years. And, while this always-smiling man is a regular guy like you and me while walking the street, the second he enters a bar Jim Koch becomes a celebrity. One apologized for currently drinking something yellow and fizzy as opposed to a Boston Lager as we sat down.

    Healthy Living
  • Putin calls Internet 'CIA project'

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a "CIA project" and warned Russians against making Google searches. You know all of this started during the dawn of the Internet as a special project of the CIA. And it keeps on developing," Putin said in televised comments. He also made ominous comments on Russia's most popular search engine Yandex, suggesting it could become more tightly controlled.

  • Android 4.4.3 tipped to bring major Dialer redesign

    Google has yet to roll out its Android 4.4.3 KitKat update, which is believed to bring various bug fixes and improvements, but a leaked screenshot seems to indicate that at least one major new feature may also be part of the upcoming software update. According to an image posted on the xda-developers forum, the Google Dialer is getting a completely new look. The Android 4.4.3 Dialer app features a series of cards for each contact instead of a list. The cards have a colored background with the first initial of the name placed on them, but they can apparently also show a picture of the contact when one is assigned to it. Other elements in the screenshot include the top search bar and

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    4 Things Moms Should Never Wear (and Easy Alternatives) (8 photos)

    A lot of things happen once you've become a mother. Some changes are great, like the amount of love you feel for your little one, and some things are not as great, like your fashion choices. You can blame it on lack of sleep, the rearranging of priorities, or your changing body, but it's hard to feel good about yourself if you're not taking care of yourself. This doesn't mean you have to keep up on every trend on the pages of your favorite fashion magazines, but you do have to put in a little effort. We've put together the most common mom faux pas - 4 things moms should never wear - and a few easy alternatives to make your life comfortable, but still stylish. Take a good hard look in your closet and what you're been reaching for. Clean out the old pieces, and look for a few new pieces that can be your go-to items. Click through the slides below to identify any areas you might be slipping into bad mommy style, and remember, this list wasn't created to make you feel bad about what you're wearing, but to help you find things that can work even

  • Rebellious Nevada rancher's slavery remarks dim Republican support

    Two Republican U.S. senators who voiced support for a Nevada cattleman in his showdown with federal agents over grazing rights on public land condemned the rebellious rancher's remarks about whether African-Americans would be "better off as slaves." A day after Cliven Bundy's comments about "the Negro" and government subsidies were published in The New York Times, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky issued a statement saying the rancher's "remarks on race are offensive and I wholeheartedly disagree with him." Paul, regarded as a potential Republican contender for the presidency in 2016, has expressed sympathy for Bundy's cause and for the resentment that many conservatives in the West harbor towards Washington over government policies they find intrusive. A spokeswoman for Senator Dean Heller, a Nevada Republican who has called Bundy's supporters patriots, said her boss "completely disagrees with Mr. Bundy's appalling and racist statements, and condemns them in the most strenuous way." Fox News Channel commentator Sean Hannity, who has been one of Bundy's most outspoken public supporters, also weighed in on his daily radio show to denounce the rancher's "ignorant, racist, repugnant, despicable comments." The 76-year-old rancher, from Bunkerville, Nevada, became a symbol for conservative Republicans, particularly among the Tea Party

  • Driver allegedly tells boy suffering from seizure to get off school bus

    A Broward County, Florida school bus driver is under investigation after allegations that he failed to help a student experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency.

    Odd News
  • Former Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski Returns to the UFC

    After six years fighting outside of the organization, former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski returns to the UFC. UFC president Dana White tweeted the news on Thursday and a UFC official later confirmed the news with MMAWeekly.com. Arlovski (21-10, 1 NC) captured the interim UFC heavyweight title at UFC 51 in February 2005 by submitting Tim Sylvia with an achilles lock in just 47 seconds. He defended the title against the late Justin Eilers at UFC 53 and was named the heavyweight champion.

    MMA Weekly
  • Anti-Aging Creams of 2014


    The retinol cream that stands the test of time. Discover why dermatologists recommend this wrinkle product more than cosmetic injections.

  • ANOTHER university stops students from handing out Constitution

    Two students are suing the University of Hawaii for violating their First Amendment rights after administrator prevented them from distributing copies of the U.S. Constitution — demonstrating a frightening lack of knowledge about the very legal document they were attempting to censor. Students Merritt Burch and Anthony Vizzone, members of the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at UH-Hilo, were prevented from handing out copies of the Constitution at a recruitment event in January. Administrators further clarified their level of respect for students’ free speech rights, making comments like, “This isn’t really the ’60s anymore,” and “people can’t really protest like that anymore,” according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. The First Amendment has not been modified since the 1960s, however, and robustly protects the rights of students at public universities to hold non-disruptive protests, speak their mind and distribute literature.

    The Daily Caller
  • Kate Middleton Wears White on Her Last Night Down Under

    It's hard to believe, but, yes, friends, the end of Kate, William, and George's time in New Zealand and Australia is upon us. The royal family will be returning to England on Friday, which means our embarrassment of riches-in the form of Kate outfits, George facial expressions, and awkward William "jokes"-is about to come to a close. At least we have Prince George iPhone wallpaper options to last us through the summer. Thursday night, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception at Parliament House, which was attended by some 600 people, including Australian Olympians, fashion designers, politicians, and war heroes.

  • 21 Pit Bulls Rescued from N.J. Dog-Fighting Ring

    Animal rescuers spent the weekend finding shelter and medical care for nearly two dozen pit bulls retrieved Friday from a dog-fighting ring unexpectedly discovered during a drug bust at a New Jersey home.

  • Musk’s Tesla Income Plummets 99.9% to Less Than $70,000

    Elon Musk, Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) ’s chief executive and one of the wealthiest U.S. entrepreneurs, saw his take-home pay from the automaker plunge by more than 99.9 percent last year after a surge in his 2012 stock options. Compensation for the leader of the youngest publicly held U.S. automaker compares with a $23.2 million package for Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally. Ford is planning to announce Mulally’s retirement soon, with Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields tapped as his successor, according to people familiar with the matter.

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  • 15 Signs He's a Keeper

    You once joked about how you can (and sometimes do) eat peanut butter out of the jar. So when the dessert menu comes, he zeroes in on the peanut butter sundae because he knows you'll like it.

    Love + Sex
  • The 50 Greatest Actors Alive: Complete List (So Far)

    For 50 straight weeks, Yahoo Movies is counting down Hollywood's very best working actors and actresses. Come back to Yahoo Movies every Thursday to see who makes the cut.

    Yahoo Movies
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    The Big Bang Theory Will Go Out With A Big Bang Sooner Than You Thought?!

    The Big Bang Theory, the mega-hit sitcom was just renewed for three more season, but showrunner Steve Molaro is already assuming the 10th season will be the series' last especially given that stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, and Johnny Galecki's contracts expire! Steve said, "I'm going to move forward along with [co-creator] Chuck [Lorre] that 10 is the end unless we're told otherwise. These are decisions that are so far away I can't really even think about that. I have no choice but to move forward,it's so far away.The mindset is it's going to be the 10 and then we'll see what happens after that."

  • Better Think Twice About Paying Off Your Mortgage


    Refinance to a 15 year fixed at 3.12/3.29% APR and pay off your mortgage in half the time. This simple program won't last long. Calculate payment.

  • Russia, India Planning $30 Billion Oil Pipeline Through Xinjiang

    The recent unease in both the U.S. and Europe over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s March 17 annexation of Crimea has added to Moscow’s efforts to diversify its markets beyond Europe.

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  • Putin Exposes CIA Cat Listicle Plot

    But why did Vlad have to go and spill the beans?

    The Daily Beast
  • Woman suing hotel for $1 million after falling off one of their bar stools

    In her lawsuit, Antoinette Allison claims that the bar stool was too high off the ground, and that, “hotel management knew of other problems with the height of the stools.”

    Odd News
  • John Boehner Mocks GOP On Immigration: 'Ohhhh. This Is Too Hard'

    House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) criticized his GOP colleagues at an event in his district on Thursday for resisting immigration reform, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. "Here's the attitude. 'Ohhhh. Don't make me do this. Ohhhh. This is too hard,'" Boehner told the Middletown Rotary Club, mimicking some House Republicans, according to the Enquirer. "We get elected to make choices. We get elected to solve problems and it's remarkable to me how many of my colleagues just don't want to. ... They'll take the path of least resistance." Boehner spokesman Brendan Buck confirmed the remarks. ...

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