• Shia LaBeouf and His Braided Rattail DGAF About Your Man Bun

    Shia LaBeouf took to an escalator this weekend on a mission to make one thing clear: He DGAF about many, many things. But most of all, he DGAF about your perfectly unkept man bun and/or dreamy ombre waves. He expressed this sentiment via a single, eight inch braided rattail. Any questions about the tuft were asked to speak to his eyebrow piercing.

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  • How Does Samsung's Galaxy S6 Compare to Apple's iPhone 6?

    Samsung's Galaxy S6 is easily the best smartphone the company has made in years, but how does it stack up against Apple's iPhone 6?

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  • 'RHOBH' Reunion Details

    Yolanda Foster attends Nicky Hilton’s ‘365 Style?’ book party for the filming of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ at Kyle by Alene Too on October 21, 2014 in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Getty)

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  • Obamacare opponents should be careful what they wish for

    Commentary: Supreme court decision nullifying health insurance subsidies would result in chaos.

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  • "Jihadi John" was once suicidal, e-mails suggest

    Infamous ISIS extremist Mohammed Emwazi, blamed for taking so many lives, apparently once considered taking his own

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  • Flyers deal Coburn to the Lightning for Gudas and picks (Confirmed)

    It's a first round and third round selection heading to Philly.

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  • Why the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Poster Looks So Familiar

    Breaking down the common themes in Marvel movie posters including lots of mayhem, our heroes looking very serious, and awkward Photoshop

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  • Yahoo! celebrates 20th anniversary (35 photos)

    It's been 20 years since two Stanford University electrical engineering students created a small website that would become the tech giant Yahoo! Company founders Jerry Yang and David Filo debuted "Jerry and David's Guide to the World Wide Web" in January 1994. In its first iteration, the site was a directory other pages on the web, organized in a hierarchy. It was not the massive searchable index of online destinations that the Yahoo! search engine is today. The site grew faster than the pair expected. They renamed it Yahoo!, an acronym for, "Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle," and on March 2, 1995 it was incorporated. As we celebrate 20 years of purple and yodeling (the company's iconic audio trademark), here's a look back at key moments in Yahoo!'s history. (Yahoo News) Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page and follow us on Tumblr.

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  • Saudi Travel Tycoon Becomes Billionaire With Pilgrimage Packages

    Before packing his bags, he usually checks in with the Al Tayyar travel agency in Riyadh. Al Madani is one of 3 million Saudi and non-Saudi government workers and their families who move in and out of the country every year, according to the Saudi Central Department of Statistics & Information. Publicly traded Al Tayyar Travel Group Holding Co. has captured almost half of the domestic market for the VIP travelers, and is Saudi Arabia’s largest air travel business.

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  • Prices for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge leaked

    Samsung said many things about its newest devices during its official Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge event on Sunday in Barcelona, but the company conveniently forgot to mention how much the two devices will cost once they launch on April 10th. However, SamMobile, a publication that has provided many details about the handset before it was official, has found out European pricing for the two devices — and yes, you can expect both of them to be quite expensive when purchased for full price. FROM EARLIER: Samsung Galaxy S6 edge hands-on: We finally found the Galaxy we’ve been looking for The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available in three storage versions each, including 32GB, 64GB and 128GB, and,

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  • Lumber Liquidators flooring fails safety tests: '60 minutes'

    (Reuters) - Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc, a retailer of hardwood flooring in North America, sold flooring with higher levels of formaldehyde than permitted under California's health and safety standards, according to television news program "60 Minutes". CBS's "60 Minutes" said it tested Lumber Liquidators' flooring in Virginia, Florida, Texas, Illinois and New York for levels of formaldehyde, a cancer-causing chemical. "Out of the 31 samples of Chinese-made laminate flooring, only one was compliant with formaldehyde emissions standards.

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  • Video Exonerates Man Set Up By Louisiana Cops And Prosecutors

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    If not for cell phone video, 47-year-old disabled veteran Douglas Dendinger could be going to prison — because of an apparent coordinated effort by Washington Parish, La. cops and prosecutors who falsely accused him of battery and witness intimidation. As New Orleans’ WWL reports, Dendinger’s two-year nightmare began on Aug. 20, 2012, when he was paid $50 to serve a court summons on behalf of his nephew against Bogalusa police officer Chad Cassard in a police brutality lawsuit. Dendinger handed Cassard a white envelope containing the documents and says he went on his way. A year after the incident, then-District Attorney Walter Reed brought charges against Dendinger.

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  • How to beat jet lag, from a CEO with an insane travel schedule

    Most people know John Thompson as the chairman...

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  • LeBron James misses back-to-back free throws to lose the game for the Cavaliers

    The Cavaliers were down by one point, LeBron James was at the line. Normally this would be an easy outcome to predict -- but not so on Sunday afternoon. He missed not one, but TWO free throws in a row to lose the game for the Cavaliers in overtime.

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  • Ovechkin blames sniper for fall after early goal

    After scoring his 40th goal of the season just 33 seconds into the game, Alex Ovechkin was really excited. So excited that after hitting the boards in his normal celebration, he took a tumble to the ice.

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  • The Last Man on Earth Series Premiere Review: Can't Live Without 'Em

    The Last Man on Earth S01E01 & S01E02: "Alive in Tucson" & "The Elephant in the Room" HEY BUDDY! Spoilers follow for the hour-long series premiere of The Last Man on Earth , and I'm going to jump into them pretty quickly, so if you haven't finished watching, then go away or make peace with being spoiled! Fox's new comedy The Last Man on Earth started off like nothing I've ever seen on network television: as a comedy with a cast of one. Well, two if you count the hairy mass on the face of former Saturday Night Live cast member Will Forte, who stars as the titular man (and who also created and executive-produces the series). It's 2020, two years after a virus has wiped out almost everyone on the planet, and Forte's Phil Miller has the entire place to himself. Bearing witness as the guy went about his days with no rules, no societal pressures, and no judgment (margarita pool!) was fascinating stuff, and Forte—one of SNL's better recent exports—carried each scene so well; I didn't give a damn that there weren't any other characters hanging around. It was hysterical to watch him drag trinkets from the Smithsonian into his house, open doors with a gun, and talk to his balls (athletic, not testicular, but would you be surprised if it turned out he had faces shaved onto those little guys?). The series' first 20-something minutes felt like an indie comedy, and the exact kind of risk that broadcast television needs to take more of in order to rise above the typical dreck that pollutes primetime. Unfortunately, broadcast television doesn't care about taking risks, because innovation doesn't always pay the bills. And so, at the end of the first episode—halfway through the premiere—we learned (along with Phil) that he isn't actually alone in this wasteland, and Kristen Schaal's Carol made her debut. The arrival of another character was inevitable; after all, the show isn't called The Last PERSON on Earth, and we knew that other actors, including Schaal and Mad Men's January Jones, would eventually appear (though we didn't know when or how). But Carol's entrance immediately snuffed out some of the spark from the show's opening scenes. I could've easily watched another few hours of Phil schlepping around an empty Tucson and pondering where the should might go next. Once Carol showed up, The Last Man on Earth took some predictable turns. Much of "The Elephant in the Room" could've been retitled "Men are From Tucson, Women are From Tampa," as Carol's attitude is obviously the uptight polar opposite of Phil's open-robe approach to a world without any order whatsoever. She wanted to stop at stop signs, she wanted to park in designated parking spots, she wanted prepositions to remain un-dangled. But come on, stopping at stop signs? I barely stop at stop signs even when I'm flyin' through school zones. What a buzzkill. The result was a series of typical rom-com-style conflicts. Carol wanted to clean up Phil's house, he wanted her out of his space. She wanted to get married, he was just horny. She wanted this, he wanted that. It all amounted to a bunch of sitcom relationship tropes set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic America. Carol's name may as well Ca-RULES, because she's the embodiment of all the laws and regulations Phil had escaped, the antithesis of what made him so much fun to watch. And I'm no woman, but if I were, I might be offended that The Last Man on Earth's only female representative is a joyless stickler for rules and grammar, even when it's quite obvious that those things don't matter anymore (and don't even get me started on her pretentious pronunciation of to-MAH-to). The introduction of Carol doesn't kill the show; Schaal is great, and the concept of filtering societal norms through the eyes of two very different people has promise. But it takes my gut reaction to The Last Man on Earth down a notch, from "CALL ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND TELL THEM TO WATCH THIS" to "Yeah, it's a pretty good time." The series is definitely worth a look, and I'm still eager to see what it does next, especially if it takes the original premise to new levels (what happens when the inevitable second woman is introduced?). However, I can't help but wonder what it could have been. THE LAST NOTES ON EARTH – "It's a $10,000 bottle of wine, by the way. It goes great with the Spaghetti-Os." – When Phil was asking his ball friends if they wanted whiskey and he said, "Terrence? Trent? Darby?" I almost died. – If Phil is 41 in 2020, would he really be singing the Ghostbusters theme? – That was Alexandra Daddario as Phil's fantasy girl. You might remember her from THAT scene on True Detective. – "I swim in it, I drink out of it, there's really no wrong way to use a margarita pool." Margarita pools RULE.

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  • SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying two satellites

    The SpaceX team has successfully launched another Falcon 9 rocket. The craft launched as scheduled, at 10:50PM ET, from Cape Canaveral, and is set to make a "soft landing" into the sea after it has carried its payload beyond the Earth's atmosphere. The rocket is carrying two all-electric commercial satellites built by Boeing. The satellites are from the French satellite provider Eutelsat and Asia Broadcast Satellite. According to Spaceflight Now, the satellites will rely entirely on energy-efficient electric ion engines to maintain their orbit for up to two decades.

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  • Putin’s Sinister Black Sea Strategy

    Russia’s president knows exactly what he wants, and it’s not eastern Ukraine. His interests are all about oil and gas and supply routes. The rest is smoke and mirrors.

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  • 8 Things You Think Are Tax Deductible That Aren't

    There?s a fine line between looking to save money on your taxes and taking deductions that will raise eyebrows at the Internal Revenue Service. Some taxpayers are tripped up by expenses that they assume ...

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