• Gregg Popovich's Reaction To Hearing Donald Trump Won New Hampshire Couldn't Be More Typical

    As Coach Pop sideline interviews go, it was par for the course, until David Aldridge gave him the results of the New Hampshire primary.

  • Liam Neeson Is Dating An 'Incredibly Famous Woman' Seven Years After His Wife's Death

    Liam Neeson has revealed that he has found love again, seven years after the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson. Speaking in a new interview, Liam revealed: “I’d embarrass her if I said her name, she’s incredibly famous.

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  • Zsa Zsa Gabor Rushed To Hospital Two Days After Her 99th Birthday

    The US actress was taken to the medical facility in Los Angeles yesterday due to breathing difficulties, her husband Frederic von Anhalt has confirmed. According to gossip site TMZ, Zsa Zsa diagnosed with a feeding tube-related lung infection. Doctors are said to have initially tried to cure the Moulin Rouge actress at her home by attempting to remove mucus from her throat.

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  • Cam Newton explains why he didn't jump on his fumble late in the Super Bowl

    Cam Newton certainly didn't help silence his critics during the Super Bowl when a late-game fumble was seemingly there for the taking and he decided not to dive on it. Von Miller came off the edge and blew by right tackle Mike Remmers, as he had done for most of the game. With four minutes left on the clock the ball was stripped from behind, landing feet in front of Newton.

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  • Eli Manning Finally Explains His Sad Super Bowl Face

    New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is ready to explain his meme-inspiring Super Bowl moment. When his brother Peyton Manning's team, the Denver Broncos, scored a critical touchdown that helped them defeat the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, cameras captured Eli looking less than enthused about his older brother's soon-to-be victory. Eli Manning be like...

  • This one graphic is all you need to see to realize North Korea is a real threat to the US

    Over the weekend, North Korea earned further worldwide scorn after it tested a highly...

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  • Bloomberg: Tesla’s Model 3 will cost as little as $25,000

    The dream of an affordable electric car might finally be a reality. According to a report published by Bloomberg on Tuesday, Tesla has confirmed that the Model 3 will cost $35,000. But that's before any tax subsidies, which could easily knock the actual price a consumer pays for the car down to a modest $25,000. READ MORE:  How to get 2GB of free cloud storage from Google right now "We can confirm it's $35,000 before incentives," Tesla spokeswoman Khobi Brooklyn told Bloomberg. "We haven't changed our minds." In order to put this price into perspective, consider the fact that Americans are willing to spend an average of $31,000 on a new car, according to an analysis by

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  • NHL blockbuster deal: Maple Leafs trade Dion Phaneuf to Senators in nine-player swap (8 photos)

    The Toronto Maple Leafs traded captain Dion Phaneuf to the Ottawa Senators in a surprising nine-player deal between the Atlantic Division rivals.

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  • "Welcome to Earth-2" Is One of the Best Episodes of The Flash To Date

    Welcome to Earth-2 is one of the strongest, most fun episodes of The Flash ever. Possibly the best episode since Out of Time in season one, this week's wild journey was entertaining as can be, while still adding layers to the overall story.Barry, Cisco, and Harry travel to Earth-2 in order to [...]

  • A Life-or-Death Decision

    Will's new patient is ready to die... but he's not giving up without a fight on an all-new Chicago Med, Tuesday at 9/8c on NBC.

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  • Rapper DMX Found `Lifeless` In Hotel Parking Lot

    Rapper DMX is recovering after he was found unresponsive in a New York hotel parking lot Monday night.

  • Hundreds of newly found galaxies may unravel gravitational space mystery

    Hundreds of Galaxies lurking near the Milky Way could help explain an anomaly known as the Great Attractor.

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  • Wedding Cast Of Characters Reflects Turbulent History

    DEAR ABBY: My son, "Chad," is being married in June to "Jenny," a girl his sister "Madison" introduced him to. Madison feels she should be a bridesmaid in their wedding because she introduced them. Madison had sex with Jenny's boyfriend "Axel" before she met Chad, got pregnant and had Axel's baby.Jenny feels Madison screwed up her life and, even though she's about to marry my son, she doesn't want to reward Madison by asking her to be in the wedding. My daughter says if she's not in the wedding she won't attend, and won't allow her son (by Axel) to be the ring bearer, either. ...

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  • The 11 New Cars With the Widest Rear Tires You Can Buy Today (11 photos)

    Sometimes the easiest way to cope with big horsepower is cartoonishly wide rear tires​​

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  • This Week's PS4, PS3, and PS Vita Deals Revealed

    There are sales for everyone who owns a PlayStation console or handheld.

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  • The EPA is putting its foot down on modifications to street-legal track vehicles

    The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) has spotted something a bit disturbing for the automotive enthusiast community. Deep within a 1,000+ page proposal put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency, loquaciously entitled: Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Standards for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Engines and Vehicles — Phase 2, the governmental organization slipped in the following: EPA is proposing in 40 CFR 1037.601(a)(3) to clarify that the Clean Air Act does not allow any person to disable, remove, or render inoperative (i.e., tamper with) emission controls on a certified motor vehicle for purposes of competition. In response, SEMA issued a statement saying, “The EPA indicated that the regulation would prohibit conversion of vehicles into racecars and make the sale of certain emissions-related parts for use on converted vehicles illegal.” The group continued, “SEMA will continue to oppose the regulation through the administrative process and will seek congressional support and judicial intervention as necessary.” Related: Daytona 101: Everything You Need to Know About America’s Endurance Race Following SEMA’s interpretation, the EPA appears to be saying it’s illegal to modify cars that would be used for both competitive  and recreational use. To quell the growing outrage, the EPA has fired back with a “clarification” of the proposed regulations (via Autoblog): People may use EPA-certified motor vehicles for competition, but to protect public health from air pollution, the Clean Air Act has — since its inception — specifically prohibited tampering with or defeating the emission control systems on those vehicles. The EPA thus is asserting that the proposed regulation that SEMA has commented on does not change this longstanding law, or approach. Instead, the proposed language contained in the Heavy-Duty Greenhouse Gas rulemaking simply clarifies the distinction between motor vehicles and non-road vehicles such as dirt bikes and snowmobiles. Unlike motor vehicles — which include cars, light trucks, and highway motorcycles — non-road vehicles may, under certain circumstances, be modified for use in competitive events in ways that would otherwise be prohibited by the Clean Air Act. So the EPA’s elucidating statement is that it has always prohibited modifications to emissions equipment (for example, swapping a catalytic converter for a test pipe when racing or reflashing your ECU for improved performance) on street-legal cars. Its other point about differentiating between “non-road vehicles” and motor vehicles only appears to define common knowledge: that snowmobiles and dirt bikes fall outside the EPA’s regulatory power. That means everything that was ever under the EPA’s emissions regulations (any car made in the last few decades) cannot be tampered with, even if that vehicle won’t be used on the street ever again. This policy isn’t just a hard hit to casual racers, it’s also contradictory, according to SEMA’s vice president of government affairs, Stephen McDonald. “The EPA has never implemented a policy making it illegal for certified vehicles to become competition-use only vehicles,” McDonald said. Only one party can be correct in this matter — either the EPA or SEMA, and not both. If the EPA is right that the Clean Air Act has always said emissions equipment modifications are illegal, then a good chunk of SEMA’s yearly-displayed products are illegal, and worse, any racing series that bases their rules on the modification of production cars could be in big trouble. Eventually, clarification will come, but for now, an entire segment of the aftermarket community and one chunk of a weekend racer’s go-faster roadmap could be out of commission. Also watch: Top Ten Most Expensive Cars In The World (2015) Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • The head of trading at Morgan Stanley just confirmed Wall Street's worst fear

    Ted Pick, the global head of sales and trading at Morgan Stanley, just confirmed Wall Street's...

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  • WWE Raw: Burning Questions to Address After February 8 Show

    The February 8 episode of WWE Raw may have been devoted to Daniel Bryan and his Hall of Fame-worthy career, but the burning questions that broadcast generated have nothing to do with the bearded Superstar...

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  • Why Marco Rubio Keeps Repeating Himself: A Speech Pathologist Explains

    Marco Rubio’s critics have dubbed him “Marco Roboto” because of his repeated sound bites in the last GOP debate — and they got more to mock Monday when he repeated himself again in New Hampshire. Miller believes Rubio’s repetition in Saturday’s debate may have been intentional — even after Chris Christie called him on it. “We are taking our message to families that are struggling to raise their children in the 21st century, because as you saw Jeanette and I are raising our four children in the 21st century, and we know how hard it’s become to instill our values in our kids instead of the values they try to ram down our throats,” Rubio said.

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  • Get With the Times

    Sara and Jimmy are called to Edie's school after she is bit by another student.

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