• US hopes Japan navy will be more active in Pacific

    YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — Even as Japan remains divided over proposed changes in the role it should play in regional security issues, senior U.S. and Japanese military officers say they hope the Japanese navy may soon be freed up to play a more active role in the Pacific and beyond, plying some of the world's most hotly contested waters.

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  • Tyga Addresses Kylie Jenner Dating Rumors and Drake Feud

    Are they or aren't they? Tyga says Kylie Jenner got a sneak peek of the vibrant metallic kicks he just unveiled through his partnership with L.A. Gear, but he played coy when asked whether that’s because the two are dating. “Yea, she's seen … I actually showed her some,” he shared with ETonline. “She likes them.” While the 25-year-old wouldn’t confirm which color the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star would rock, he did make note that the shoes come in both red and black – and based off the little red dress and black bikini she posted photos in this week, those are clearly Kylie’s favorite shades. RELATED: Tyga Says Kylie Jenner Captured His Heart! So, are Tyga and Kylie dating? “We're friends and that's all I really want to talk about right now,” Tyga said at the launch of his L.A. Gear “Liquid Gold” sneaker on Tuesday at Sheikh Shoes in Hollywood. Tyga has been working with the shoe brand for months. In fact, Kylie accompanied him to L.A. Gear’s Teen Impact Christmas Party for Pediatric Cancer Patients last December. WireImage “We did a children's hospital visit and we brought gifts out to the kids … gave away shoes, headphones, and it's just good. We could have just sent stuff but it’s good to be there,“ he gushed. “You get to see the smiles on their face and how happy they are … not even for the gifts but having someone visit them -- people that they look up to.” Kylie Jenner to release debut single 'Forever Real' ft. Iggy Azalea and Tyga? PLEASE YES: http://t.co/9XkjDnhhvX pic.twitter.com/7pL0egfrBG— Sugarscape (@sugarscape) March 24, 2015 As for the rumor that Kylie will be appearing on a song with him and Iggy Azalea? Tyga denies the report, blaming the chatter on a fake photo that went viral. “Not true,” he confirms. “Photoshop, man ... crazy kids, you know, they’re bored.” VIDEO: Kim Kardashian Took North West on the Cutest Easter Egg Hunt! Tyga, who is close with the Kardashian clan, says the jokes made about Bruce Jenner at Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central roast that aired Monday night were told in jest. “I think it's Comedy Central and it's fun, it's all jokes. Justin doing that is good ‘cause it shows how down to earth and a real person and relatable he is, I think it was fun.” VIDEO: Justin Bieber Apologizes to Fans During His Comedy Central Roast Tyga is currently trying to put the finishing touches on his highly-anticipated upcoming album, The Gold Album. “I'm still working on it right now,” he says. “It's like you go through one phase where this is the sound you want to do and then two months later you want a whole other sound … I keep switching sounds up so once I stop being so creative and can actually put it out -- it could be next week, it could be in a month.” ETONLINE The singer also clarified remarks he made about his label, Cash Money Records, and label-mate, Drake. In an interview with Vibe last October he said, “I tend to distance myself from them … I don’t really get along with Drake. I don’t really get along with Nicki,” adding, “I don’t like Drake as a person. He’s just fake to me.” That same month he tweeted, “Gold album been done. my label holding me hostage so i can't release nothing. might just leak it for my fans then let them make $ off it.” Gold album been done. my label holding me hostage so i can't release nothing. might just leak it for my fans then let them make $ off it.— T-Raww (@Tyga) October 10, 2014 @instatyga not for long.— T-Raww (@Tyga) October 10, 2014 But the artist, who also went on a full Twitter tirade against Cash Money last fall, tells ETonline all is fine with the label and its other artists. “We’re all signed to the same label … it was just situations within the label that I was trying to get out so I could clear my music but it had nothing to do with them as artists.” The “40 Mil” rapper is also focusing his time on his creative work with L.A. Gear. “I’m creative … I wanted to do something that related to home. Just that old school era, that retro era, that’s what’s coming back right now,” he explained. “For my generation it’s all about the retro colors, that whole creative vibe. And I wanted it to be like home, like L.A.” For more details on Tyga’s L.A. Gear shoes, click here. What do you think? Are Tyga and Kylie really just friends? Let us know what you think by sending in a tweet with the hashtag #ETnow. 

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  • Reigning NBA champion Spurs book playoff return

    Reigning champions San Antonio are headed back to the NBA playoffs for the 18th straight season after a 103-91 victory over Orlando. Backup big man Aron Baynes scored a career-high 18 points to lead the Spurs, whose reserves out-scored the Magic bench 69-12. Manu Ginobili added 13 points and Marco Belinelli chipped in 12 for the Spurs. Boris Diaw had 11 points and Kawhi Leonard contributed 10 points and seven rebounds.

  • It can’t be promising when Amazon has to confirm that Amazon Dash isn’t a joke

    Amazon, always one to push the envelope, took the wraps off of Amazon Dash yesterday. In case you missed it, the latest addition to Amazon’s growing product lineup is a series of oval buttons stamped with the logo of a particular household item that tends to need replenishing on a frequent basis. For instance, say you’re running low on Tide. Instead of making a mental note to buy more detergent, you can simply press the button on your Tide Amazon Dash widget whereupon it will send a message, via Wi-Fi, to your Amazon mobile shopping app confirming that  an order has been placed. Of course, users can pre-determine the quantities they want delivered. Don’t Miss: Hidden iPhone menu shows you a

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  • Don't get too optimistic about the housing market

    The economy-and housing-have been heavily dependent on interest rates. Watch out when the training wheels come off, says Michael Farr.

  • Selena Gomez Gave Comedian Advice on Roasting Justin Bieber

    Jeff Ross, who performed at Comedy Central's roast of Justin Bieber, told Jimmy Kimmel he got some advice beforehand from Bieber's ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez. Ross told Kimmel, "I said, 'Excuse me, my name is Jeff Ross and I'm America's Roastmaster General. I'm on official business to roast Justin Bieber vicariously for the whole world and I need some advice.' And she said, 'Tell Justin the truth. The truth always worked for me.'"

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  • One Dad’s All-Out Fight for Son After Mom Abducts Him to China

    It’s been nearly a year since Brian Meid, a Utah information technology worker and former U.S. Marine, waved goodbye to his son Alex at the airport. The boy, then 4, was on his way to China with his mother — Meid’s ex-wife Yu Na — to visit family in his mom’s homeland. Meid knew right then that his biggest fear had come true: Yu Na had successfully carried out an international parental abduction.

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  • What's the Toughest College to Get Into in the United States? Hint: Not Harvard

    On Tuesday night the eight schools that are part of the Ivy League posted admissions decisions, crushing the dreams of tens of thousands of high school seniors. Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University managed to reject plenty of hyper-qualified students.

  • Identical triplets marry on same day in same dress

    Identical triplets Rafala, Rocheli and Tagiane Bini have shared everything over the years — their birthday, looks, and similar tastes. And now they can add a wedding day to that list. Yes, that’s right — the 29-year-old triplets from Brazil all got married on the same day. They even all wore the same wedding dress and hairstyle. Rocheli said, “We tried a number of styles, but we all liked the same one. It’s not even worth trying — it always ends up like that.” Their varying bouquet colors were the only way you could really tell the girls apart.

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  • Russell Westbrook has his eye on an NBA award, but not the one you think

    A new profile complicates the common portrayal of the OKC star as a conscienceless madman.

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  • These maps show why internet is way more expensive in the US than Europe

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    They don’t have what has become a crucial service for participation in modern society: internet service at home. The proportion of households with internet service had been rising steadily for decades, according to the Pew Research Center, until the past few years when the adoption rate slowed. This story was published by The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit, nonpartisan investigative news organization in Washington, DC. A Center for Public Integrity analysis of internet prices in five US cities and five comparable French cities found that prices in the US were as much as 3.5 times higher than those in France for similar service.

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  • St. Petersburg building foundation a world record

    The foundation of Europe's highest skyscraper currently under construction in St. Petersburg sets a new Guinness World Record. Tara Cleary reports.

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  • Indiana Anti-Gay Law Fallout Claims Its First Victim: A Pizza Place

    We have our first casualty in the war over Indiana's recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which was signed into law earlier this week by Governor Mike Pence. Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind. has temporarily shuttered over "threats" regarding the establishment's anti-gay policies, according to TMZ.

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  • Bill Walsh would've passed on Peyton Manning with No. 1 pick

    If Bill Walsh had possession of the No. 1 overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, he would've passed on Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf and taken Brian Griese later. Former Indianapolis Colts general manager Bill Polian, who selected Manning over Leaf, confided in Walsh prior to the draft, he told FOX SportsandSports Illustrated.

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  • UN: Number Of Fighters Joining ISIS, Al Qaeda Explodes

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The number of fighters leaving home to join al-Qaida and the Islamic State group in Iraq, Syria and other countries has spiked to more than 25,000 from over 100 nations, according to a new U.N. report.The panel of experts monitoring U.N. sanctions against al-Qaida said in the report obtained Wednesday by The Associated...

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  • 12 Things Only People With Anxiety Understand

    Anxiety is not just a matter of "feeling stressed," for people with the diagnosable medical condition. Here are 12 truths that only people with anxiety know to be true.

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  • What Video of the Germanwings Crash Could Reveal

    On Tuesday, Lufthansa disclosed that the airline had known of pilot Andreas Lubitz's struggles with depression. Details about the audio contents of the plane's blackbox have slowly leaked out over the past several days, and on Wednesday, reports emerged that the harrowing final seconds before the crash may have been captured on video. Is the Video Authentic? The French magazine Paris Match also said that the video is authentic, but had chosen not to make the footage available on its website because of the graphic imagery.

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  • WR Greg Jennings' April Fool's joke did not go over well with fans

    It's been an interesting April Fool's Day in the NFL: Bruce Irvin joked that he got a DUI. Most fans were amused by those pranks, however, there was one prank that fans didn't seem to be amused by and that was the six-and-half hour April Fool's Day prank by Greg Jennings that actually started the day before April Fool's Day when Jennings sent out the following tweet.

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