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Jameis Winston cleared by Florida S...

Jameis Winston cleared by Florida State of violating code of conduct

Recent storms send Yosemite waterfa...

Recent storms send Yosemite waterfalls rushing back

Recent storms send Yosemite waterfa...

Recent storms send Yosemite waterfalls rushing back

Elijah Stewart, Nikola Jovanovic le...

Elijah Stewart, Nikola Jovanovic lead USC past Boston College, 75-71

Father comes forward to claim 3-yea...

Father comes forward to claim 3-year-old abandoned at the Grove

Father comes forward to claim 3 yea...

Father comes forward to claim 3 year-old abandoned at The Grove

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Flick picks: ?The Hobbit? lumbers, ...

Flick picks: ?The Hobbit? lumbers, ?Mr. Turner? glows through 2 1/2-hour runtimes

In the conclusion to what has been a 13-year journey for moviegoers (16 years for the filmmakers), "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" is the culmination of a series of films that peaked with the Oscar-winning "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" in 2003. Unfortunately, a decade later, the final "Hobbit" movie demonstrates what has gone wrong with Peter Jackson's bloated follow-up trilogy, shoehorning scenes to set up the events of "The Lord of the Rings" 60 years hence into what's?
?ProCon.org names Lincy Foundation'...

?ProCon.org names Lincy Foundation's Rakow as CEO

ProCon.org, a nonprofit educational website that focuses controversial topics, has named Jay Rakow as its new chief executive, replacing founder Steven C. Markoff. ProCon.org, a Santa Monica-based nonpartisan group, said Rakow, who also has been elected to its board, previously was president of the Lincy Foundation, a charitable foundation created by industrialist Kirk Kerkorian. Under Rakow's stewardship, the foundation granted more than $600 million to charities before dissolving and transferring?
Minecraft billionaire buys Beverly ...

Minecraft billionaire buys Beverly Hills home for record $70M

Swedish billionaire Markus Persson, creator of the popular Minecraft game, outbid the likes of Beyonce and Jay Z to purchase a Beverly Hills mansion for $70 million. According to luxury residential brokerage John Aaroe Group, the sale -- which closed in a lightning-fast six days -- is the highest price ever paid for a home in Beverly Hills. Persson's purchase included everything in the house from luxury furnishings to exotic electronics such as an automated 54?foot curved glass door in the living?
UPDATED: Obama: Sony ?made a mistak...

UPDATED: Obama: Sony ?made a mistake? by pulling ?The Interview?

The very first question from the news corps at President Obama's year-end press conference was about the cyber attack that has wracked Sony over the past several weeks and the studio's subsequent decision to cancel its Christmas Day release of "The Interview." "I think they made a mistake," the president said about Sony pulling the movie from theaters. Just this morning, the FBI confirmed that North Korea is behind the hack that has rocked Hollywood since Thanksgiving week. Obama reiterated these?
LA Airport commission OKs $4 bln tr...

LA Airport commission OKs $4 bln train project

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners has unanimously approved moving forward with a $4 billion project at Los Angeles International Airport that includes a people mover that would connect to the Metro light-rail line. The project will now undergo an environmental review process beginning in January, with construction expected to begin in 2017. The board, which oversees Los Angeles World Airports and LAX, said the plan includes a new automated LAX train that will connect passengers to?
FBI confirms North Korea behind Son...

FBI confirms North Korea behind Sony hack (Video)

What many have suspected since the beginning of the cyberterrorist attack on Sony Pictures last months turns out to be true. The FBI confirmed today that North Korea is indeed behind the hack that has centered on the Christmas Day release of "The Interview." The breach that shut down the studio's computer system Thanksgiving week was followed by almost daily data dumps that released the personal information of 47,000 celebrities and Sony workers; exposed private emails that have revealed embarrassing?

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