• Ludacris Did Not Like The Paul Walker Jokes At Justin Bieber's Roast

    Ludacris said he had a blast at Justin Bieber's Comedy Central roast, but added in a HuffPost Live interview Friday that he thinks some the jokes went too far. Specifically those gags concerning his former "Fast & Furious" series co-star and close friend, the late Paul Walker. "There were some Paul Walker jokes that I didn't feel like were...

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  • George Clooney, Wife Amal Alamuddin Make More Renovations to UK Mansion: See the Gigantic Property!

    George Clooney and new wife Amal Alamuddin have started to renovate their countryside property in England; get the details on the project and see the gigantic property

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  • 2015 NFL mock draft: Malcom Brown to San Francisco 49ers at No. 15

    How will a crazy offseason in San Francisco affect what the 49ers do with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft? Speaking of Fooch: he's also here to make a first-round pick for the 49ers in our 2015 NFL mock draft. How does he believe the 49ers will address their new-look list of needs with the No. 15 overall pick? The team lost both starting cornerbacks, saw inside linebackers Patrick Willis and Chris Borland both retire, and is swapping in Torrey Smith for Michael Crabtree at wide receiver.

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  • Millions of Apple users can now sue Google for its Safari hack

    Millions of Apple Safari users in Britain have been given the green light to sue Google amidst proven allegations that the search giant implemented a workaround to bypass Safari security and install tracking cookies on both desktop and iOS versions of Apple’s web browser. Why? Because over 90% of Google’s ad revenue comes from advertising and they wanted to deliver higher-cost targeted advertising to OS X and iOS users. DON’T MISS: 10 things the Galaxy S6 can do that the iPhone 6 can’t Google’s actions in this regard date back to late 2011 and were subsequently discovered in 2012. Once Google’s behavior was brought to light, they were punished by the FTC to the tune of $22.5 million. What’s more, they also doled

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  • Photos: Robin Thicke's longtime family home (23 photos)

    Newly divorced singer-songwriter Robin Thicke just sold the home that his dad, Alan Thicke, gave him as a pre-wedding gift 10 years ago. Closing price: $4.9 million -- about $2 million more than Thicke had originally asked. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. More on Yahoo Homes: • Tom Cruise lists $13M double-lot compound in Hollywood Hills (14 photos) • Bristol Palin wants more than half a million for Alaska house she remodeled (with 40+ before-and-after pix) • NeNe Leakes of Real Housewives is no longer a renter; she just bought a country club mansion (34 photos)

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  • Venezuela sends letter of protest to US

    Venezuela said Friday it has sent a letter of protest to the United States over Washington's new sanctions on officials accused of an opposition crackdown. Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said Venezuela had sent an "emphatic note of protest" against President Barack Obama's March 9 executive order, which imposed an asset freeze and US travel ban on seven senior Venezuelan officials. Obama's order declared Venezuela a "threat to the national security of the United States" -- language that US officials said was a formality for imposing sanctions, but to which Venezuela has strongly objected.

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  • 6 Cars That Have Gotten Stale Over Time

    A few days ago, we presented the question, “What cars did you love at first, but are now tired of seeing?” I opened the conversation by explaining that, even as somebody who obsesses over Chevrolet Camaros, I feel like the sheer number that I see on the road combined with the time that has passed since the

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  • Here's where immigrants are moving to in the US

    The US Census Bureau recently released...

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  • University of Oklahoma says racist song began with national fraternity

    By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A racist song chanted by members of a University of Oklahoma fraternity was learned at a national Sigma Alpha Epsilon leadership cruise four years ago and became a part of the chapter's culture, school President David Boren said on Friday. The school previously shut the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at the university and expelled two students who led the song. After Sigma Alpha Epsilon members at the university heard the song at the cruise event, "that chant was learned and brought back to the local chapter," Boren said, adding it was taught to pledges and he has asked the fraternity's national leadership to explain how the song was disseminated. The 10-second video was shot on a bus chartered for a date night by the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and posted online this month.

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  • Amanda Knox's Former Boyfriend Distances Himself Before Verdict

    Sollecito, 31, is “someone pure who sees himself dragged into things he doesn’t understand, like Forrest Gump,” his lawyer Giulia Bongiorno said in final arguments at the Rome courthouse earlier Friday, before judges convened to deliberate. In a legal odyssey full of twists and turns, Sollecito and Knox, have been convicted, acquitted and convicted again.

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  • Can an Abortion Be Undone?

    Women who opt to get an abortion in Arizona within their first two months of pregnancy may soon find themselves on the receiving end of some unusual advice from their doctors. A medical abortion, which works within the first nine weeks or so of gestation, involves taking two pills within a few days of each other. This week Arizona lawmakers passed a bill that would require doctors who perform such abortions to tell their patients that if they reconsidered their abortion after taking their first pill, they should return to the doctor for a procedure that can allegedly "reverse" the abortion. "This is a great day for women in Arizona who are considering getting an abortion to get all the facts they need and a great day for Arizona taxpayers," Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy, a conservative group that backed the bill, told Reuters.

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  • How to Make the Best Flank Steak

    The debate over the best way of cooking beef to temperature and getting a nice, crusty sear is as heated as ever, and there are plenty of exhaustive explanations to back each side up. First, flank steak has a fairly coarse grain, comprised of distinct bands of muscle that run parallel to the length of the steak.

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  • Return to Williston, ND Oil Boomtown (9 photos)

    North Dakota became the fastest growing state in the nation in recent years, expanding by nearly 10 percent in a 50-month period ending last June, according to Census figures. That pace dropped sharply in 2014 to just 2 percent, a slowdown attributed to the lack of housing, not plunging oil prices. The U.S. Census Bureau says that between 2013 and 2014, Williston and Dickinson were the fastest-growing micropolitan areas in the country. A micropolitan area is an entity with between 10,000 and 50,000 people. A new wave of oil worker layoffs, though, could reduce the influx of out-of-staters, but those who've come home are confident they've made the right move.

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  • The Five Words I’ll Never Say to My Children Again

    “When a mom says, ‘Don’t make me tell Daddy’ or ‘Wait until Daddy gets home,’ the child concludes that the father is the source of power, the one who wields justice, who enforces right and wrong,” Laura Markham, Ph.D., a child psychologist and author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids, tells Yahoo Parenting. “You’re teaching your kids that their father is to be feared and their mother is not in charge—we don’t really have to care what Mom thinks, except in so far as she will tattle on us.”  Not good for mom and not fair to dad.

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  • VIDEO: Floyd Mayweather apparently never sleeps

    With a camera invading the interior of his car, with the lens lingering on his face, Mayweather speaks while navigating his vehicle. "Mayweather never sleeps," he says in a video posted to his Facebook page. "Somedays you want to go out and not sign autographs, or you want to go out and not take pictures," Mayweather says.

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  • We're about to get the Transformers movie universe no one asked for

    I know I called you here on short notice, but there's something you're going to hear about soon, and I thought it would be best if you heard it from me: there's going to be more Transformers movies. Yup, Transformers is going straight Marvel and trying to turn itself into a connected universe franchise. Paramount, which is behind the franchise, is currently working to set up a Transformers "incubator," of sorts, where writers will be forced to come up with ideas for new Transformers films, according to Deadline. The studio reportedly wants Akiva Goldsman, the writer of I am Legend and I, Robot, to lead the program, while working alongside Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg, who's an executive producer on the franchise.

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  • Predicting Friday's four Sweet 16 winners

    Gonzaga takes aim at its first Elite Eight since 1999. Will Friday's slate offer more surprises than Thursday's did?

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  • Authorities: Woman posed as lawyer for decade, named partner

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A woman used forged documents to pose as an estate lawyer for a decade and made partner at her small firm before her fraud was discovered, according to charges announced Friday.

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  • Billionaire Steven Cohen’s Top High Dividend Stock Picks and Ones He Bets Against

    Investment professionals usually recommend a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds, something like 60% stocks and 40% bonds. They also recommend that investors should increase their bond allocations as they get older. This is usually a sound idea, but we aren’t living in usual times anymore. Central banks have been artificially reducing the yields on

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