• 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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  • 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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  • 11-year-old sent home from school for Christian Grey costume

    LONDON (AP) — Thousands of British students mark World Book Day by going to school in costume as their favorite fictional characters. But one 11-year-old found himself in a bind when he dressed as Christian Grey, the S&M-loving billionaire hero of erotic thriller "50 Shades of Grey."

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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.

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  • Two Duke players suspended ‘from game competition’

    A pair of Duke football players have found themselves on the wrong end of punitive measures, the school announced Friday. In a release, the Blue Devils revealed that both wide receiver Terrence Alls (pictured) and defensive back T.J. Douglas have been suspended from game competition. The release states that “he suspension is indefinite in length until…

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  • Brandon Marshall trade means Jets will jettison Percy Harvin

    The news that the Jets have traded for wide receiver Brandon Marshall surely means that Percy Harvin is on the way out. Harvin, who arrived in New York via a trade with the Seahawks last year, carries a 2015 cap hit of $10.5 million. There’s no way the Jets, who already have Eric Decker at…

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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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  • `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.

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  • Jony Ive offers a bizarre explanation for why your iPhone can’t have a better battery

    One of the consistent gripes from iPhone users is that their favorite device offers puny battery life compared to offerings from Samsung, LG and other big smartphone manufacturers. In an interview with The Financial Times, Apple design boss Jony Ive offers what seems like a really strange explanation for why Apple won’t build a thicker phone with a bigger battery. RELATED: Apple doesn’t need to make the iPhone any thinner “Talking of performance, when the issue of the frequent need to recharge the iPhone is raised, he answers that it’s because it’s so light and thin that we use it so much and therefore deplete the battery,” The Financial Times writes. “With a bigger battery it would be heavier, more cumbersome,

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  • Bangladesh seizes 27kg of gold from North Korean diplomat

    Bangladeshi customs authorities seized nearly 27 kilograms of gold, worth about $1.7 million, from a North Korean diplomat on Friday after he tried to smuggle in the bullion using diplomatic immunity. Armed police and customs officials at Dhaka airport challenged Son Young Nam, the first secretary of the North Korean embassy in the city, on Thursday night after he arrived on a flight from Singapore. "He insisted that his bags cannot be scanned because he's carrying a red passport and he enjoys diplomatic immunity," Moinul Khan, head of Bangladesh's customs intelligence department, told AFP.

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  • Kim Kardashian Channels a Cowgirl at Paris Fashion Week, Stops Traffic in French Capital

    Kim Kardashian covered up in a cowgirl inspired outfit on Thursday evening, after flashing her nipples in a mesh top earlier in the afternoon!

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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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  • Wine from Civil War-era shipwreck to be uncorked in South Carolina

    By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - An intact bottle of wine recovered four years ago from the wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda in 1864 is going to be uncorked and sipped on Friday during a food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. How the wine tastes, and the story of its origin, will be revealed at a Charleston Wine + Food event titled "From Deep Below: A Wine Event 150 Years in the Making." About 50 people bought tickets to hear firsthand what is inside one of the bottles and will watch as a panel of wine experts taste it Friday evening, organizers said. "It's a surprise," Bermuda Tourism Authority spokesman Campbell Levy said. The boat was leaving Bermuda with supplies for the Confederate states when it struck a reef and sank in six minutes, said Philippe Rouja, a cultural anthropologist and custodian of historic shipwrecks for the Bermudan government.

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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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  • Supreme Court Can't Save Obamacare

    After Wednesday's oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court, the odds that Obamacare will survive its latest legal challenge appear slightly better than even. A Pew Research Center poll last month reported that almost five years after it was signed, 53 percent of people disapprove of Obamacare -- close to an all-time high.

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  • 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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  • Oakland Raiders ink short-term lease for Coliseum

    The Oakland Raiders will play in the Coliseum through the 2015-2016 football season after signing a short-term lease with the agency overseeing the stadium. The Joint Powers Authority and the Raiders said they have signed a short-term lease with the team, paying $400,000 in December plus an additional fee for a training facility in Alameda. The lease will allow the Raiders, the city of Oakland and Alameda County more time to work on a plan to keep the football team in Oakland and develop Coliseum City. The $2-billion-plus sports, hotel and retail complex envisioned for the land is currently used for the existing stadium, where the Oakland A's also play, and the Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors.

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  • The 5 wildest details from the NCAA's investigation of Syracuse

    The NCAA dropped a firebomb on the Syracuse's athletic department on Friday with the conclusion of an investigation into academic and monetary impropriety around the football and basketball program that took over eight years to conduct. The damage includes 108 vacated wins by Jim Boeheim, a nine-game suspension for Boeheim and the loss of 12 scholarships over the next four seasons for the basketball program. The shear scope of the investigation is difficult to comprehend. The NCAA is penalizing Syracuse for infractions that took place between 2001-02 and 2011-12.

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