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Daily Archives: Jan 29, 2014

Kim Kardashian and her 7-month-old baby girl, North West

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Kim Kardashian posted a new picture of her 7-month-old baby girl, North West.Kim Kardashian, 33, gazes up at the camera while lying next to...
Cheerios first Super Bowl ad got a lot of racial backlash for portraying an interracial family

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Cheerios is creating a huge controversy with its first ever Super Bowl commercial.General Mills, which owns the cereal brand, got a lot of racial...
Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII commercial

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Budweiser Super Bowl commercial 2014. Puppy Love.NFL Super Bowl XLVIIIBudweiser Super Bowl XLVIII commercialMonday, February 3, 1:30 AMMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Selena Gomez and Austin Mahone were previously spotted together over the summer enjoying a jaunt to Disneyland

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Taylor Swift tried to play matchmaker for Selena Gomez this time by arranging a date with Austin Mahone, who opened up for Taylor on...
Kanye West has reportedly settled with the 18-year-old who incurred his wrath by hurling racial epithets at Kim Kardashian

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The teenager who allegedly had been assaulted by Kanye West earlier this month after he tossed racially charged insults at Kim Kardashian has pocketed...
Jimmy Fallon officially handed-off the traditional Late Night giant plastic pickle to Seth Meyers

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Jimmy Fallon officially handed-off the traditional Late Night giant plastic pickle to Seth Meyers on Tuesday's show. The pickle was given to Jimmy Fallon by...
Madonna will introduce two members of Pussy Riot at a concert promoting human rights at the Barclays Center

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Madonna has decided to introduce two members of Russian protest punk rock act Pussy Riot at a concert promoting human rights at the Barclays...
A snow storm spawned traffic chaos in the Deep South leaving thousands of people stranded overnight on motorways, in schools and churches

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A snow storm spawned traffic chaos in the Deep South leaving thousands of people stranded overnight on motorways, in schools and churches. Airports and roads...
Exposure to DDT may increase the chances of developing Alzheimer's disease

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According US researchers, exposure to a once widely used pesticide, DDT, may increase the chances of developing Alzheimer's disease. A study, published in JAMA Neurology,...
Peter Greste's appeal against his detention without charge was denied on Wednesday by a Cairo court

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Twenty journalists, including four foreigners, are facing charges in Egypt, prosecutors have said. The Egyptian journalists are accused of belonging to a "terrorist organization" and...
Stem cell researchers in Japan are heralding a "major scientific discovery", with the potential to start a new age of personalized medicine

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Stem cell researchers in Japan are heralding a "major scientific discovery", with the potential to start a new age of personalized medicine. Scientists showed stem...
Angry Birds home pages have been hacked, two days after reports that the personal data of its customers might have been accessed by the NSA and GCHQ

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Angry Birds home pages have been hacked, two days after reports that the personal data of its customers might have been accessed by the...
Tom Sherak led the Oscars organization from 2009 to 2012

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Tom Sherak, former president of the Academy of Motion Pictures, has died aged 68. Tom Sherak's family confirmed he died at home on Tuesday after...
CPJ criticized Russian authorities for restricting news coverage of preparations for the Sochi Olympics

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The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Tuesday criticized Russian authorities for restricting news coverage of preparations for the Sochi Olympics. The international...
Justin Bieber is to be arraigned on February 14

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Justin Bieber is to be arraigned on February 14 on charges of DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license. Justin Bieber, 19, does...
President Barack Obama has promised to bypass a fractured Congress to tackle economic inequality in his annual State of the Union address

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In his annual State of the Union address, President Barack Obama has promised to bypass a fractured Congress to tackle economic inequality. Barack Obama pledged...
GCHQ has monitored in real-time YouTube video views, Facebook "likes" and Blogger visits

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According to the latest Edward Snowden leaks, the UK intelligence agency , GCHQ, has monitored in real-time YouTube video views, Facebook "likes" and Blogger...
Food poisoning bacterium Clostridium perfringens may be implicated in Multiple sclerosis

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According to US researchers, food poisoning bacterium Clostridium perfringens may be implicated in Multiple sclerosis (MS). Lab tests in mice by the team from Weill...
President Viktor Yanukovych wants any amnesty conditional on demonstrators leaving official buildings

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Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine's first post-independence president, has warned the country is on the "brink of civil War" as parliament debates an amnesty for protesters. Leonid...