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  • Spurs vs. Clippers 2015: Start time, TV schedule and how to watch NBA playoffs online

    The defending NBA champions will begin their title defense on the road. After surging in the final two months of the regular season, it appeared the San Antonio Spurs were on their way to locking up the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference and a possible head-to-head matchup with the Golden State Warriors in the conference finals. Although San Antonio eventually went on to win the title last season, it barely made it through the first round. The Spurs and Dallas Mavericks went to seven games.

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  • My $505,845 Netflix Mistake

    I saw the brilliance of the video service early, but I gave up way too soon.

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  • “Furious 7” Likely To Be In Top 10 Movies of All Time

    With estimated box office receipts in the range of $26 to $28 million, “Furious 7” from Universal Studios and Comcast Corp. (NASDAQ: CMCSA) is on track to bust through the $300 million mark for domestic ...

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  • Thousands of Yemeni troops pledge backing for exiled leader

    The Yemeni commander of a vast military district covering half the country's border with Saudi Arabia pledged support on Sunday to exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, local officials said. The announcement puts at least 15,000 troops in the desert and mountain border area on the same side as Saudi Arabia, which backs Hadi and has waged an inconclusive three-week bombing campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen who are allied with Iran. "Brigadier General Abdulrahman al-Halily of the First Military District announced today his support for constitutional legitimacy as represented by President Hadi," one of the officials told Reuters. Most of Yemen's military is loyal to powerful ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, whose forces are fighting alongside the Shi'ite Muslim Houthi militia in battles stretching across Yemen's south and east.

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  • Is This a Tron Lamborghini or a Carolina Panthers Lamborghini?

    A real Tron light cycle would be cool, but imagine if there was also a real Tron Lamborghini. That’s exactly what this car looks like in Forza. It was done up as an homage to the film, but Carolina Panthers safety Roman Harper sees it in a very different light. If you’re familiar with the

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  • Aussie PM downs beer in a few seconds, sparking debate

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was caught on video downing a beer in a few seconds at a Sydney pub, prompting comparisons to another drink-chugging former leader and sparking a debate on social media. The video, reportedly recorded on Saturday night, showed the leader knocking back a glass of Australia's Victoria Bitter in about six seconds as a large crowd surrounding him yelled "scull" repeatedly. "Scull" is a slang term for drinking a glass of beer in one go. Abbott was "proud as punch" when he grabbed a beer and "drank from head-to-toe the entire schooner (glass), dribbling little bits on his shirt", Simon Carrodus, an Australian Football Rules coach for the University of Technology, Sydney told the Australian Women's Weekly magazine.

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  • Bucks owner tells Bulls fans planning to come to Milwaukee: ‘Stay home’

    A little smack talk in advance of Bucks vs. Bulls.

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  • Photos: Real Housewife Ramona Singer's Hamptons mansion for rent (34 photos)

    Ramona Singer of "The Real Housewives of New York City" has listed her mansion in Southampton, N.Y., for rent, asking $55,000 a week or $320,000 for the whole summer. It's the same home where she reportedly caught her husband cheating. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Peek into home of 'Empire's' Lucious Lyon — owned in real life by strip-club mogul (41 photos) • Indianapolis 'pimp house' could be Midwest's tackiest mansion (45 photos) • Here's how Hulk Hogan's ex spent some of that huge divorce settlement (50 photos)

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  • Why My Daughter Never Got A Trampoline For Her Birthday

    From the time my daughter was old enough to jump up and down, she asked for a trampoline every year for her birthday. She never got one and there are four very good reasons why. While she made it through childhood relatively unscathed, she had four brothers who each thought they were Superman. I spent so much time in the emergency room with...

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  • Ohio woman's search for birth mother leads to co-worker

    YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A 38-year-old woman's quest to find her birth mother ended in a surprising place — the company where she works.

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  • Will Working Out Twice A Day Actually Help You Lose More Weight?

    An expert weighs in on the “Is more better?” debate

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  • The Voice Outtakes: Reba Coaches 'the Poot' Out of the Top 12

    Reba McEntire’s guest-coaching stint on last Monday’s Top 12 episode of The Voice helped produce some jaw-dropping performances. Now, it’s also doubling as a source of your Sunday-morning chuckles. Yep, TVLine has your exclusive first look at the NBC singing competition’s outtakes reel, featuring the country superstar recalling her eponymous sitcom, engaging in some fart

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  • 2016 Ford Taurus Revealed Ahead Of 2015 Shanghai Auto Show

    The Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] has pulled the covers off its all-new Taurus ahead of the car’s official world debut tomorrow at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. This is the classic nameplate’s first appearance in China, a market where comfy, large sedans like the Taurus are still popular, and the version being shown in Shanghai has been developed with a focus on the Chinese market. “The Ford Taurus we’re introducing today shows the amazing strength and flexibility of our One Ford plan,” said John Lawler, Ford’s head of operations in China. Versions of the new Taurus in the U.S. market should differ slightly, particularly when it comes to powertrains and the choice of materials in the cabin (in China the car is being positioned as a near-premium vehicle).

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  • Bee all you can bee. Washington highway closed by overturned truck loaded with bees (14 photos)

    A semitruck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could. The truck had just merged onto Interstate 5 around 3:30 a.m. when it tipped on its side, dumping its load of 448 hives, or about 13.7 million bees, Washington State Patrol Trooper Travis Shearer said. The driver, a 36-year-old man from Idaho, was not hurt. The company that owns the insects, Belleville Honey and Beekeeping Supply of Burlington, sent beekeepers to recover as many as possible, and bees covered their protective suits as they worked. The bees became more active as the sun rose and the weather warmed, and firefighters had to spray a layer of foam on some of the boxes, killing the insects for safety. Many of the hives were still along the highway more than seven hours after the accident, when a front-end loader began scooping them up and dumping them into a dump truck, Shearer said. The majority of the hives had been crushed. "I'm sure they'll take that somewhere and try to save as many as they can, but they can do that someplace safer, away from the I-5 corridor," he said. The bees were being transported from Sunnyside, in central Washington, to a blueberry farm in Lynden, a city near the Canadian border about 100 miles north of Seattle, Shearer said. First responders and reporters alike swatted at the bees as they tried to do their jobs. "I think everybody there got stung," Shearer said. Seattle television station KIRO posted a video compilation of its on-scene reporter swatting the insects as he reported on the accident. Shearer urged drivers to keep their windows up and to "#beesafe when traveling through that area," as he wrote on Twitter. A man who answered the phone at the beekeeping company said he couldn't immediately answer any questions related to the accident. (AP) Find more news-related pictures in our photo galleries and follow us on Tumblr!

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  • Husband sets wife on fire in Pakistan 'honour killing'

    A Pakistani man and his father have been arrested in the country's latest so-called "honour killing" after they set the son's wife alight for leaving the house without asking his permission, police said Sunday. Muhammad Siddique became enraged on learning that his wife, Shabana Bibi, 25, had visited her sister without first asking him if she could go out, her brother Muhammad Azam said. Siddique and his father then beat Bibi before dousing her with petrol and setting her on fire in Central Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district on Friday, Azam said. Hundreds of women are murdered by their relatives in Pakistan each year through domestic violence or on the grounds of defending family "honour".

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  • Spoiler Alert: Blake Lively’s Flower Arranging Hack Is SUPER Easy to DIY

    Our site was abuzz when Reese Witherspoon announced her new brand Draper James and our morning commute got a new must-read author when Drew Barrymore became the editor-at-large for Refinery29. One of our favorite gals rolling up her sleeves to be our generation’s next Martha is Blake Lively, and whether it’s her baby name announcement or her cupcake-decorating tips, we want another serving of what she’s cooking up. Last week we got inspired by the star-gone-homemaker’s dive into flower arranging and noticed an easy hack for making Blake-worthy bouquets with just a trip to the grocery store. Let’s take a look at her pics first: Blake IG’d a series of photos starting with her trip to the grocery store for a boatload of bouquets, which she then broke down.

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  • Five oil stocks poised for a turnaround

    Some oil stocks have sold off well below oil prices.

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  • OPEC Says US Oil Boom Will End This Year

    A confident OPEC stated that demand for its oil is likely to increase in 2015. Additionally, it believes that U.S production will decrease, starting this fall

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