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Last-minute recipes for your holiday table

From basting the turkey to what type of bread to use for stuffing, we’ve got answers to all your cooking conundrums.

  • Miranda Lambert Opens Up About Divorce From Blake Shelton For First Time in Cosmopolitan

    Miranda Lambert is finally getting candid about her divorce.

  • Fox News asked a Chicago protester about black-on-black crime. His response was perfect.

    The common defense to criticisms of racial disparities in police use of force takes the form of a question: "But what about black-on-black crime?" The conservative argument is that black people are disproportionately killed by gun violence in their own communities, so perhaps they should worry about that before they worry about what police are doing. On Tuesday night, Fox News's Mike Tobin put the black-on-black crime question to a protester in Chicago, Brendan Glover, after the release of a video showing the police shooting of Laquan McDonald. Mike Tobin: Essentially the question he's getting to is why is there not outrage when there's black on black violence.

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  • Jason Kidd ejected for furiously slapping ball out of referee's hands

    Milwaukee Bucks coach Jason Kidd was not happy with referee Zach Zarba near the end of the Bucks game against Sacramento on Tuesday and took his frustrations out by slapping the ball out of Zarba's hands during a timeout. Kidd was ejected with 1:49 to play in the game. The Kings were leading 120-109 at the time and Giannis Antetokounmpo had just had a shot at the rim blocked prior to the timeout.

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  • Taiwan has finally been recognized as a country—by ISIL

    This article was updated with more specific information about Obama’s speech. The Islamic State, or ISIL, released a new propaganda video Wednesday (Nov. 25), containing a lot of the usual stuff. Surprisingly good production quality, self-aggrandizement, America-bashing, etc. But there was a moment in the video that has simultaneously perplexed and angered the Chinese-speaking world:…

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  • The best Black Friday deals you can get in stores and on the web

    If you're crazy enough to venture out to the stores on Black Friday, we've listed out some great deals that Ben's Bargains has hunted down for us. Don't forget you can get great deals online, so you don't have to shiver in the cold while waiting for the door buster sales.

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  • Deepika Padukone Gives You Another Steal-Worthy Winter Look Of The Season (7 photos)

    After successfully promoting Tamasha in and around Mumbai and having traveled to Delhi from Mumbai on train, Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor and director Imtiaz Ali had a fun-filled press conference with the media in the capital. While the tête-à-tête was interesting enough, we, however, couldn’t get our eyes off Deepika’s outfit. Keeping it hot in Delhi’s cold weather, the actress looked elegant and stylish in this Marsala hued dress with an open back and top from & Other Stories with similar coloured pumps from Tom Ford and a Zara belt. However, it is that gorgeous and unusual piece of Amrapali gold cuff and bracelet that took out hearts away. Styled by Shaleena Nathani, the deep side parting ponytail with signature lips by Daniel Bauer couldn’t make the style icon look more dazzling. This sure is the look of the season! Photos by: Viral Bhayani / GossipTicket

  • Missing girl lived in Internet cafes, made money playing Crossfire

    When Chinese police forces ran the ID of a 24 year old woman going by the name Xiao Yun, they had no idea the stone they were overturning. The ID turned out to be fake, and though she claimed to have been raised by her grandparents, it transpired that Yun had run away from home at 14 and spent the past 10 years living in Internet cafes and bath houses, much of it playing the free FPS Crossfire . Although not a well known title in Western markets, Crossfire is actually the world’s most popular FPS, easily eclipsing the likes of Counter-Strike  and various Call of Duty games. The publisher of Crossfire , Smilegate, claims to have over 400 million registered players, earning it more than $1.4 billion in 2014. It’s one of the most popular games in China, and because of that, Xiao Yun’s dedication to it quickly garnered her attention from fellow internet cafe gamers. She told police that she made much of her money from teaching others how to win, coaching them to become better players. She also sometimes relied on donations and did some cashier work at those same outlets. Related : Adoptee discovers his own picture on a site for missing children Having been missing since 2005 though, Yun’s parents thought she was dead, even having her name removed from their home’s registry. However, there was an inkling that Yun may have been still around, as a couple of years ago, someone claiming to be her messaged her mother on WeChat, a popular messaging application in China. Her mother claimed to have left her mobile number the same throughout the years in the hope that her daughter would find her. While she did, the daughter refused to reunite with her family, leaving her family skeptical that the person who’d contacted them was in fact the long-lost daughter. Though Xiao Yun initially refused to meet with her parents even after police uncovered her identity, she eventually agreed to do so. Since the girl originally ran away after an argument with her parents, the mother has now pledged to be a little more lenient. Her only punishment was a 1000 Yuan fine from the police for using a fake ID. Also watch: Asus ROG GX700 Hands On Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • Texas toddler dies after siblings put her in oven

    J'Zyra Thompson, 19 months, was left unsupervised along with her three-year-old twin siblings in the Houston apartment. Thompson reportedly told police that she had gone out with her boyfriend to collect a pizza and a prescription at the drug store when her child burned to death on November 16. Child protective services, quoted by local media, said the couple had failed to alert a grandmother who lived in the same apartment complex that they were leaving the children unsupervised.

  • Houston teen's dying wish to see parents again granted

    Earlier this month, we introduced you to Qirat Chapra, an 18-year old girl with a heart-wrenching plea -- to see and hug her parents again. We learned Wednesday that her wish was granted.

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  • Video appears to show Trump mocking the physical condition of a reporter during a South Carolina rally

    On Tuesday night at a rally in South Carolina, Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that people...

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  • NFL: The 5 Most Clutch Playoff Quarterbacks of All Time

    We take a look at which QBs have been able to thwart expectations and propel their teams to greatness. The number one spot is definitely not who you think.

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  • When you can expect your Samsung phone to get Android 6.0 Marhsmallow

    It would be nice if all Android phones could upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow as soon as new software is released but we know that’s pretty much impossible. However, PhoneArena has posted a really handy guide letting us know when we can expect some top Android phones to get Marshmallow in the near future and it has some very specific intel on Samsung’s popular flagship Galaxy devices. MUST WATCH: Once you see these 10 movie mistakes, you’ll never be able to unsee them Here, according to PhoneArena, is when you can expect your Samsung phone to get Marshmallow: Galaxy Note 5 (December 2015) Galaxy S6 edge+ (January 2016) Galaxy S6 (January 2016) Galaxy S6 edge (January 2016) Galaxy Note 4 (February 2016) Galaxy

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  • Nikola Mirotic Still Adjusting to Bigger Role for Chicago Bulls

    PORTLAND, Ore.—During Chicago Bulls training camp, Fred Hoiberg made a bold, unorthodox and some would say controversial decision: former Defensive Player of the Year Joakim ...

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  • 7 States Where Americans Are Moving

    For most of the 20th century, many Americans moved from the rural South to the urban Northeast and Midwest. More recently, Americans have migrated heavily to states in the Sun Belt, such as Florida, Texas, ...

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  • Michelle Obama’s a Green Gladiator in a Michael Kors Dress (28 photos)

    Being the first lady comes with a lot of responsibility. And while being a trendsetter certainly pales in comparison to the weight of attempting to curb the childhood obesity problem in the United States or getting kids moving, dressing fashionably is part of the job. A few years into her husband’s presidency, Michelle Obama has already set herself apart from her predecessors, bringing a modern edge — and even J. Crew — to the White House. She’s also a political dresser, conscientiously picking labels to fit with occasions, from wearing a custom Vera Wang gown for a state dinner hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping and Tadashi Shoji when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe came to Washington to Missoni in Italy and Preen in England.  Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

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  • Woman reports 'dynamite' text; passenger removed from plane

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Four passengers were removed from a Chicago-bound flight at Baltimore's international airport last week after a fellow passenger said she saw one of them receive a text with the word "dynamite" and the code for an airport in India, according to a police report.

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  • Man dies participating in Mirror Lake jump before Ohio State-Michigan

    The jump is an Ohio State tradition, though it's not sanctioned by the university.

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  • At Turkey Pardoning, Sasha, Malia Obama Prove They're Just Like Other Teenage Girls

    Sasha and Malia Obama once again joined their father at the annual White House turkey presentation Wednesday, even snickering at some of President Barack Obama's jokes as he pardoned bird Abe in the Rose Garden."Time flies, even if turkeys don’t," the president said, noting this was his seventh year for the time-honored American...

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  • The Ramifications of a 1700-mile Commute

    Bank of America CEO, Brian Moynihan is unlike your typical executive. He chooses to live in Boston while his bank is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. This presents a huge challenge to the company as a whole, and its investors. What are the financial ramifications to the company when considering his commute between home and work? Should investors take seriously a CEO who is not willing to move to the city where his company is located? This podcast was recorded on 11/9/2015.

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