• 4-Year-Old Girl Has the Perfect Reaction When a Boy in Class Telling Her She's Ugly

    It’s appropriate that this all happened in school. Because this little boy got schooled. A video popped up today where a 4-year-old named Miss CiCi talked about what happened after a boy in her pre-kindergarten class told her that she looked ugly. CiCi didn’t cry. CiCi didn’t get mad. CiCi just told him what’s what: "I didn't come here to make fashion statement. I came here to learn, not look pretty." And when the little boy continued to tell her she looked bad, she shut his little toosh down: "Did you look in the mirror lately? Buh-bye, see you later...making me mad." NEWS: Taylor Swift granted a terminally ill 4-year-old her final wish Now, let’s just say what everyone is thinking: This little girl is ADORABLE. If that’s not the sweetest little smile we’ve even seen... But more importantly, she’s brilliant. And knows what is important in live. CiCi for president! Now watch CiCi tell the story. Because her version of what happened is even cuter, with her cute little Caribbean accent: Speaking of adorable little kids, check out this family photo Reese Witherspoon shared of her husband, Jim Toth, and her cute little son, Tennessee:

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  • Buy This Incredible Porsche 930 Projekt Mjolner at Auction

    This custom built Projeckt Mjolnir Porsche can be yours when it goes up for auction at the end of the month. The car was built from the ground up and is a combination of various bits that make it a truly unique vehicle for the collector. Not only does it look incredible, but it’s designed

  • ‘Supergirl’ Costume Revealed: First Photos of Melissa Benoist as CBS Superhero

    “Supergirl” has finally arrived. The first photos of Melissa Benoist as Supergirl were released Friday, just as production begins on the CBS pilot, which is based on characters from DC Comics. The costume (pictured) was designed by three-time Oscar winner Colleen Atwood, who also designed the suits for two other DC Comics television properties, “The... Read more »

  • Widowed and Moving On to Online Dating

    I met Joseph at 22 years old, and he swept me off my feet. We were married four years later and shared so much in common. We would go to the theatre, enjoy fine dining, cooking together, entertain at home and he would always go fill my car up with gas every Sunday night because he knew I didn't like to do it. After a series of several strokes,...

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  • What 27 Weeks of Unemployment Does to the American Worker

    According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, someone who is currently unemployed would need, on average, just over three months (about 13.1 weeks) to find work again. To be certain, the recovery has provided some significant progress in the realm of overall unemployment—and economists say that much of that improvement has helped to alleviate the share of workers who are left jobless for extended periods of time. Between 2010 and 2014 about two-thirds of the overall unemployment decline went to reductions in long-term unemployment (characterized as those who've been out of work for 27 weeks or more, but are still searching), according to data from the Federal Reserve. So where are we now in terms of long-term unemployment?

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  • Widespread outrage after IS bulldozes ancient Iraq city

    Condemnation poured in Friday of the Islamic State group's bulldozing of the ancient city of Nimrud, the jihadists' latest attack on Iraqi cultural treasures that the UN termed a "war crime". After rampaging through Mosul's museum with sledgehammers and torching its library last month, IS "bulldozed" the nearby ruins of Nimrud Thursday, the tourism and antiquities ministry said. The devastation comes with the jihadists the target of an Iraqi government offensive. The US military said Friday Iraqi government forces and allied tribal militia have retaken the town of Al-Baghdadi, from where jihadists had threatened to attack an airbase housing American troops.

  • `Scary` Photo Causes Major Concerns at Ohio High School

    A photo of a worker dressed in a protective suit inside a classroom at an Ohio high school generated major concerns among parents and students who saw it on Twitter.

  • Amal Clooney Set to Teach at Columbia Law School

    For you people who believe the old saying, "Those who can't do, teach," enter Amal Clooney. George's better half is going to be teaching at Columbia Law School this spring.

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown: Partner Nick Gordon Checks Into Rehab

    Bobbi Kristina Brown’s partner Nick Gordon has entered rehab. "The family supports Nick 100 percent," a Gordon family member told ABC News. This comes one day after the “Dr. Phil” show teased an interview with Gordon, 25, set to air next week as an intervention from the TV doctor and Gordon’s mother. Gordon and Bobbi Kristina are not married to each other.

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  • U.S. Gas Pump Prices Rising Five Times Faster Than Crude Oil

    Retail gasoline increased 0.3 cent to $2.458 a gallon Thursday, the highest level since Dec. 17, according to Heathrow, Florida-based AAA. After climbing 20 percent since Jan. 31, prices will rise by another 20 cents this month because of refinery maintenance and unexpected outages, the nation’s largest motoring group estimates. Fuel production may slow further as more plants shut for seasonal maintenance. “Gasoline doesn’t go up and down with crude oil.

  • Ancient Celtic Prince's Grave and Chariot Unearthed

    The 2,500-year-old lavish tomb and chariot of an ancient Celtic prince have been unearthed in France. The ancient princely tomb, which was discovered in a large burial mound, was filled with stunning grave goods, including gorgeous pottery and a gold-tipped drinking vessel. The giant jug was decorated with images of the Greek god of wine and revelry, and was probably made by Greek or Etruscan artists. The stunning new finds "are evidence of the exchanges that happened between  the Mediterranean and the Celts," Dominique Garcia, president of France's National institute of Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP), told journalists at a field visit, according to France 24.

  • We finally know how long the Apple Watch’s battery will last on a charge

    Apple will finally fill in all of the blanks surrounding the Apple Watch during its big press conference on Monday. The company’s first entry into the wearables and fashion markets is expected to make some serious waves on both fronts, and the device will be like nothing Apple has ever sold before. Apple will be the first technology company to truly treat a smartwatch as a fashion accessory, and we’re expecting the device’s price tag to reflect that. Of course, there’s an even bigger question mark than the gold Apple Watch’s price tag: How long will the device’s battery last on a charge? DON’T MISS: This impossibly thin iPhone 6 case is just $15 on Amazon 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman has a

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  • See What Happens When a Guy Tries to Do Fancy Pinterest Braids

    By: Frank Kobola Courtesy Kathleen Kamphausen I don’t have any sisters, and I’ve never had an urge to go all Vidal Sassoon on my girlfriend’s hair. More than one guide considered “and then you do a French braid” a step. I don’t know how to French braid. Waterfall Braid Courtesy www.mysoulisthesky.com and Kathleen Kamphausen Having me start off with a waterfall braid despite literally never attempting a braid before is like throwing me into the middle of the ocean, tossing me a life preserver, and then shooting me in the face with a harpoon gun.

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  • Could American Airlines Buy Alaska Air?

    Remember when Delta Air Lines' (DAL) was rumored to be interested in acquiring Alaska Air (ALK)? Now, Wolfe Research's Hunter Keay offers a long, convoluted and very speculative scenario in which American ...

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  • NCAA suspends Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim for 9 games

    Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim has...

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  • U.S. Air Force eyes Textron plane, others for future air support

    By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Air Force is looking at Textron Inc's Scorpion and other aircraft to address future needs for low-end air support missions given its plans to retire the aging fleet of A-10 Warthog planes in coming years, a top general said Friday. Later versions of Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter jet would be the primary warplane used for close air support in future conflicts with higher-end adversaries, General Herbert Carlisle, who heads Air Combat Command, told reporters. He said no decisions had been made on a possible acquisition program, but the Air Force had looked at the Scorpion plane developed by Textron using its own funds and others to address lower-end threats instead of using stealthy and costly F-35s. We're just keeping our opportunities open." Carlisle spoke to reporters after a weeklong "summit" involving the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Special Operations Commands and other Pentagon officials as they reviewed current close air support missions and future needs.

  • Actor Harrison Ford injured in California plane crash (18 photos)

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    An official says Harrison Ford crash-landed his vintage airplane at a Los Angeles golf course. He suffered moderate injuries. Los Angeles fire officials say the single-engine plane went down at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday on the green at Penmar Golf Course in the Venice area of Los Angeles. The pilot was breathing and conscious when he was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in fair to moderate condition. Fire officials would not confirm the pilot's identity. But an official familiar with the crash said Ford was the pilot. The official spoke only condition of anonymity because of privacy restrictions. The 72-year-old "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" actor is an aviation enthusiast who often flies out of the airport. (AP) Find more news-related pictures in our photo galleries and follow us on Tumblr.

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  • Most expensive house (we could get into): New York City

    Take a personal tour inside the New York City home of fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger.

  • 5th Wesleyan student arrested in club drug overdoses

    MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — A fifth Wesleyan University student was arrested Friday in the investigation into a rash of on-campus drug overdoses that sent a dozen people to the hospital.

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