• Justin Timberlake Responds to Kanye West's Big MTV VMAs Diss

    Looks like Justin Timberlake is changing his tune about Kanye West. The 38-year-old "All Day" rapper called out the "Mirrors" singer during his epic acceptance speech for his Video Vanguard award at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, when he recounted a past experience at the GRAMMYs. "The contradiction is that I do fight for artists but in that fight, somehow, was disrespectful to artists, " Kanye said passionately. "I didn't know how to say the right thing, the perfect thing, I sat at the GRAMMYs and saw Justin Timberlake and CeeLo Green lose. Gnarls Barkley and the FutureSex/LoveSound album, and bro, Justin, I'm not trying to put you on blast but I saw that man in tears, bro. And I was thinking he deserved to win Album Of the Year. And the small box that we are of entertainers of the evening, how could you explain that?" WATCH: Kanye West Admits He's High and Announces His Candidacy for President Not surprisingly, Justin had something to say about that on Twitter. "Kanye is so cute, y'all," the 34-year-old musician first tweeted, before playing off his comment as "jokes." Kanye is so cute, y'all.— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) August 31, 2015 Jokes, you guys... Jokes. #chill— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) August 31, 2015 However, three hours later, Justin tweeted that he actually supported Kanye's message after seeing the speech in full. "Btw... I JUST watched my man 'Ye's FULL speech... He always has a point. And I support it. #truth," he tweeted. Btw... I JUST watched my man 'Ye's FULL speech... He always has a point. And I support it. #truth— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) August 31, 2015 This isn't the first time Justin and Kanye have publicly called one another out. In March 2013, Kanye made it known that he wasn't a fan of Justin's "Suit & Tie" hit with rapper Jay Z. "I got love for Hov, but I ain't f**kin' with that 'Suit & Tie,'" he said during a concert in London. Justin later responded during his performance of the song on Saturday Night Live, changing up the original lyric of, "S**t so sick got a hit and picked up a habit," to "My hit's so sick got rappers acting dramatic." WATCH: Justin Timberlake Closes out Taylor Swift's Final '1989' Show in Los Angeles in Epic Style Watch Kanye's much-talked about VMAs speech -- in which he also admitted he was high and announced his plan to run for president in 2020 -- below:

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  • Miley Cyrus Takes A Stand Against Clothes At MTV VMAs

    We think Miley Cyrus must have been taking some sort of one woman stand against clothes at last night’s VMAs.

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  • Zach Randolph and the Grizzlies are running out of chances

    Randolph has helped make Memphis a consistent contender in the West, but will he ever be able to get them over the top? Marc Gasol made headlines this summer when he decided to stay with the Memphis Grizzlies in free agency. The Grizzlies have been a contender in the Western Conference since upsetting the No. 1 seed San Antonio Spurs in the 2011 playoffs, but they've never made it to the finals.

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  • Gold hunters blocked from site of alleged Nazi gold train

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish authorities have blocked off a wooded area near a railroad track after scores of treasure hunters swarmed southwest Poland looking for an alleged Nazi gold train.

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  • Why GOP Opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal Fizzled Out

    In the run-up to the August recess, congressional lawmakers for and against the Iran nuclear deal girded themselves for a potentially bruising, weeks-long break. Democrats had good reason to be concerned about being put in the cross-hairs over the potentially historic deal. In 2009, with Obamacare in play, angry town halls characterized by heated exchanges between lawmakers and their constituents spawned the Tea Party and cemented conservative opposition to President Obama’s signature healthcare law.

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  • Ferrari Turned This California Gas Station Into the Ultimate Italian Pit Stop

    Often referred to as the ultimate car show, the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance has become a key marketing event for the world’s automakers, but with such widespread involvement, “standing out” from the car-building crowd can be tough.  Nevertheless, Ferrari North America certainly stood out at this year’s event—the company created its own gas station.

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  • 9 Things I Wish I Knew Before Marriage

    Elle and I have been married for about 3.5 years now and it has been mostly awesome. There have been some hard parts sprinkled here and there, but that's just life!We have learned a lot from each other over the years, but I reaaaaally wish someone would have filled me in on these 9 things before we said "I Do".1. People Will Relentlessly Ask...

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  • Redskins go with Kirk Cousins as starter for Week 1

    UPDATE: Tarik El-Bashir of CSNmidatlantic.com is reporting that the team informed players in a meeting the Cousins will indeed be the starting quarterback against the Dolphins on September 13.

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  • Poland backtracks on Nazi 'gold train' discovery

    A regional governor in Poland said Monday he had serious doubts about the alleged discovery of a Nazi gold train days after a deputy culture minister revealed he was "more than 99 percent sure" one had been found. "There is no more proof for this alleged discovery than for other claims made over the years," Tomasz Smolarz, governor of the southwestern region of Lower Silesia, told reporters. "It's impossible to claim that such a find actually exists at the location indicated based on the documents that have been submitted," Smolarz said, adding that he had set up a special unit including historians and geologists to scrutinise the alleged discovery.

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  • Woman was getting high on canned air at Kansas Walmart, police say

    Melissa Ann Wright is accused of huffing an industrial strength duster chemical while shopping at a Kansas area Walmart.

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  • The back alleys of one of America’s most dangerous cities (31 photos)

    High-tech policing and a renewed focus on community-officer partnerships are helping to bring calm to Camden, N.J., but it hasn’t been a cure-all. The impoverished town of 77,000 is still the most violent and crime-plagued city in the Garden State. A local policeman recently took Yahoo News photographer Gordon Donovan to Camden’s most blighted areas — where illegal drugs are dealt and criminals use the wasteland to try and evade capture. (Yahoo News) Photography by Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News Read: High-tech policing: Do cities need Big Brother to lower crime? by Alyssa Bereznak Find more news-related pictures on our photo galleries page and follow us on Tumblr.

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  • Tom Brady arrives at federal court to contest suspension (12 photos)

    Tom Brady arrives at federal court to contest his four game suspension on August 31, 2015 in New York City. US District Judge Richard Berman has required NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Brady to be present in court on Monday when the NFL and NFL Players Association reconvene their dispute over Brady's four-game Deflategate suspension.

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    With funding from Arts Council England and in collaboration with Artists Project Earth, Cod Steaks created “The Bristol Whales,” a life-size environmental art installation in Bristol’s city center. It depicts two of the massive mammals emerging out of an “ocean” of plastic.

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  • The Strange, Unlikely Saga of the '$500' Storm eBike

    The promise: A $500 electric bike that could go 20 mph and run for 50 miles on a single charge. The reality: Stranger than you can imagine.

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  • Netflix losing Hunger Games and even more big movies as Epix deal expires

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    Netflix has decided not to renew its agreement with Epix, meaning that movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, World War Z, and Transformers: Age of Extinction (well, who really cares about that one) will be gone by the end of September. Studio licensing practices are hard, Netflix says, but it will all be okay! Why? Netflix would also like to remind you it has a new show about Pablo Escobar, called Narcos.

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  • 7 awesome paid iPhone apps on sale for free right now

    Summer is almost over… but it’s still not too late to get some paid iPhone apps that are on sale for free for a limited time. Today we’ve rounded up seven paid iPhone apps that would normally cost a total of $17 but that are all completely free to download right now. Check them out below! FROM EARLIER: What it’s like to spend a week using both the Galaxy Note 5 and iPhone 6 Plus These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now

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    Most of us know that there are certain things you're supposed to do and not do when buying a car, but it can still be a struggle to put those principles into words. For the most part, car-buying remains ...

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  • Billionaire who sold Minecraft to Microsoft is sad and lonely

    Technically Incorrect: In a series of tweets, Markus Persson says he's never felt more isolated.

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  • Hulk Hogan Discusses WWE Firing and Addresses Racist Comments

    The popular professional wrestler talks about the video that shows him making racist comments.

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