• EXCLUSIVE: Matt Damon Blames Oscars Flub on Host Jimmy Kimmel: 'They Got What They Paid For'

    As expected, the men continued to feud at the Academy Awards.

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  • Great white shark caught from pier is under investigation; disturbing video

    A disturbing video of a juvenile great white shark being hauled up onto the Huntington Beach Pier and an equally disturbing photo of the fishermen posing with the catch has created an uproar on social media. The video posted on Facebook by Mike Hefner and the photo posted on Facebook by Diego Gamboa Fishing not only sparked outrage but could help enforcement agents with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in identifying the offending anglers. Great white sharks are protected. It is illegal to catch a great white shark and when one is hooked, it is supposed to be released as soon as possible, not landed so photos can be taken, as what happened in this case. And you certainly don’t gaff

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  • NC church has unconventional rules for sex and marriage

    SPINDALE, N.C. (AP) — When it comes to relationships, marriage and sex, Word of Faith Fellowship members must follow strict and unusual rules — or risk severe punishment, former members say.

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  • Here's who would lose money under Trump's proposed tax plan

    Most people would save money under the tax overhaul proposed by President Donald Trump, according to an analysis of the plan by the Tax Policy Center. But not everybody. Using the analysis, Business Insider broke down the financial implications of Trump's most recent tax plan — he has teased the release of an updated plan in the coming weeks — for a variety of tax filers. By and large, the more you make, the better you would fare under Trump's proposed plan. But one group of filers could actually see their tax bill go up, depending on their tax bracket: families with children — especially single parents. It's important to keep in mind that no law has been passed, so nothing is a given. If Trump

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  • 2017 NFL Draft: 'Buzz' generating around a potentially stunning 49ers move at No. 2

    Draft season is the smokiest season in the NFL, a time of the year when no one is to believed and any rumor is on the table. This year is even smokier because the two teams at the top, the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers, are in full-blown rebuilds without clear-cut options at quarterback.  Anything is on the table, making any rumor totally feasible. Here’s a very interesting option for San Francisco: Reuben Foster of Alabama with the No. 2 overall pick. According to Vic Carruci of the Buffalo News, there is substantial “buzz” about Foster landing in San Francisco at the top of the draft. Asked in a mailbag about the possibility of Foster landing with Buffalo at No. 10 overall, Carucci

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  • Mariah Carey’s Very Revealing Gown Must Be Seen to Be Believed

    Mariah Carey ended 2016 on a very low note, but 2017 is looking up — way up.

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  • Op-Ed: Smartphones as we know them will be dead in five years

    Don't be surprised if in five years if your smartphones look the same, but all of a sudden you're talking to them a lot more.

    CNBC
  • Yes, California's drought is all but over, and the dramatically revived Cachuma Lake proves it

    Heading into February, things were looking grim here in the rugged hills north of Santa Barbara. While much of California was emerging from five years of drought, this giant reservoir had dwindled to a weedy channel at just 7% of capacity and was perilously close to being written off as a regional water supply. And then the rains came in unrelenting horizontal sheets. It was one of the largest storms in memory over the Santa Ynez Valley on Feb. 17, swamping historical records and causing the lake to rise a whopping 31 feet in depth in just a few days. It “slammed us with intense sideways rain,” recalled Beverly Keller, manager of the Cachuma Lake General Store. “Falling on the roof of my mobile

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  • Working Grup

    The Warriors go to Grup's workplace and must resist the temptation to steal the sword that is Grup's job to protect.

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  • Man's wife vanished on a cruise. He told no one

    (NEWSER) – Daniel Belling, his wife, and their two children set off on an 11-day Mediterranean cruise on Feb. 9. Only three of them boarded a flight back to Dublin—or tried to. The 45-year-old German native was stopped for questioning at Rome's Ciampino Airport on Tuesday in connection with the apparent disappearance of his wife, Li Yinglei, and taken into custody. He has not been charged, but a judge ruled Friday that he must remain in jail until prosecutors make a decision, reports the Irish Times. The Irish Independent reports the family boarded the luxury Magnifica cruise ship in Civitavecchia, Italy, and records show Li reboarded the ship on the 10th after it docked in Genoa. After that,

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  • Casey Affleck's Best Actor Oscar win causes outrage due to his controversial past

    The Manchester By The Sea star was hit with sexual harassment lawsuits in 2010.

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  • Lakers waive Jose Calderon, all signs point to Warriors deal

    Jose Calderon looks set to make a big leap up the West standings. Barring a major turn of events, veteran point guard Jose Calderon will join the Golden State Warriors later this week to provide a known quantity at the end of the bench. The biggest roadblock to the deal was completed on Monday when the Los Angeles Lakers agreed to a buyout with Calderon and promptly waived him ahead of Wednesday’s deadline.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo Joke About Their Honeymoon Sexcapades on 'Counting On'

    Ahh, the honeymoon. For many couples, this equates to sun, sand, and well... lots and lots of sex. Counting On star Jinger Duggar and her new husband Jeremy Vuolo are sure getting a taste of this on their honeymoon in Australia — and they're even making jokes out of it! The affectionate couple allude to their sexcapades in a new Counting On clip featured on Us Weekly. While it's clear that most of their vacation is being spent in the bedroom, Jinger and her husband talk about how excited they are about a cooking class they signed up for in the Land Down Under. "Being newlyweds, I think we're both looking forward to cooking together," the Duggar sis explained in the preview. "That's something

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  • Oscar Gowns That Will Get Your Tummy Grumbling (15 photos)

    We're always thinking about food — even while watching the Academy Awards

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  • What President Trump Eats Every Day — and Why This Nutritionist Has Her Concerns

    During a prepresidency interview with CNN, Donald Trump opened up about his predilection for fast food. He said, "I'm a very clean person. I like cleanliness, and I think you're better off going there than maybe someplace that you have no idea where the food's coming from. It's a certain standard." One nutritionist, however, recently shared her concerns about the president's poorly balanced diet. Jo Travers is an esteemed nutritionist and the author of The Low Fad Diet. She recently assessed Trump's everyday diet in an interview with The Guardian, and it was pretty eye-opening. For starters, Trump isn't a big breakfast fan and he's reportedly said, "My big thing is dinner." If he absolutely must

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  • Merriam Webster’s Tweet to Kellyanne Conway Has Chilling Effect on Women’s Movement

    Another week, another instance of staggering hypocrisy when it comes to the treatment of conservative women by self-avowed feminists. This week’s target of Twitter’s self-righteous derision is the first female campaign manager of a successful presidential campaign, Kellyanne Conway, who currently serves as a senior advisor to the Trump administration. At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last week, Conway took the stage down the street from the White House in National Harbor, MD, to discuss her experiences in politics, how being a woman has informed those experiences, and the impact of gender on her current position. The Washington Post, which has endured a great many accusations

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  • 6 Arrested in Connection With Death of College Student Run Over by Campus Vehicle

    Six people were arrested in connection with the death of a UConn student last October who was run over and killed by a campus fire department vehicle.

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  • Officials temporarily shut off water flow at damaged Oroville Dam in a race against Mother Nature

    The effort to protect the Oroville Dam entered a critical phase Monday as engineers began to shut off water flowing out of the damaged main spillway Monday afternoon, giving officials their first unobstructed view of the eroded concrete spillway since a crisis prompted mass evacuations earlier this month. The move starts a race against Mother Nature, with officials hoping to have crucial repairs finished before more rains arrive, something that could cause the reservoir to rise to critical levels again. California Department of Water Resources acting director Bill Croyle said the spillway can only remain shut off as long as water levels remain at a level they consider safe. The water level at the reservoir was at 838 feet Monday morning, data show.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Casey Affleck on How Brother Ben Affected His Career: 'I've Had A Weird Life'

    ET caught up with the actor ahead of Sunday night's Academy Awards.

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  • Guy quits his crappy job in the best way possible

    Sometimes, you need to go out with a bang. Or a flush. Giving two weeks is a pretty standard practice when employees move on from their current job. It allows the company a short amount of time to search for a replacement, and gives the employee an opportunity to leave on good standing. You never know when you may need that reference — or worse, when you may need your old job back. While most people quickly Google "two-week notice letter" and follow a pretty standard form, this guy decided on a different method. SEE ALSO: Lucky woman wins lottery days after quitting her job According to his wife, Redditor Girlofgodsbadday, this dude decided to quit his job by writing his two-week notice on a few sheets of toilet paper.  "I have chosen this type of paper for my 2 week resignation as a symbol of how I feel this company has treated me, and ironically, how it is disposed of is where I feel the company is going," the letter reads. Just in case the message wasn't clear, he drew a toilet next to where he signed his name. While he didn't use the term "ironically" properly, we're going to give him a pass because handing that over to any boss takes some serious guts. BONUS: A new way to take selfies — and six other features the iPhone 8 might have

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  • OK, We Need To Talk About Nicole Kidman's Oscars Applause For A Minute

    We all know that with an awards show like the Oscars, quite often the best place to keep one eye on is the audience, rather than the action on stage (just ask any Rihanna fan, for example).

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