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Karrueche Tran apologizes for Blue Ivy hair remark

Karrueche Tran apologizes for Blue Ivy hair remark

Karrueche Tran apologized for dissing Blue Ivy's hair, and said the remark was part of a last minute script on BET's "106 & Park" and not her own doing.
Annie Martin
Magal Security Systems reports new awards

Magal Security Systems reports new awards

Magal Security Systems Ltd., an Israeli company, reports receipt of more than $4 million in domestic and international contracts for its technologies.
Richard Tomkins
U.S. fires on Iranian fishing boat in Persian Gulf

U.S. fires on Iranian fishing boat in Persian Gulf

The U.S. Navy said a U.S. Coast Guard ship fired at an Iranian fishing vessel in the Persian Gulf after it aimed a machine gun at U.S. personnel.
Ed Adamczyk
Seth MacFarlane details Christmas album 'Holiday for Swing'

Seth MacFarlane details Christmas album 'Holiday for Swing'

"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane's second studio album, "Holiday for Swing," includes Christmas classics such as "Let It Snow" and "Baby It's Cold Outside."
Annie Martin
Study: gamblers' brains not unlike those of pigeons

Study: gamblers' brains not unlike those of pigeons

According to psychologists at Warwick University, in the United Kingdom, the risky decisions that gamblers make are similar to the tendencies of greedy pigeons.
Brooks Hays
WHO removes staff from Sierra Leone Ebola center amid infection concerns

WHO removes staff from Sierra Leone Ebola center amid infection concerns

The World Health Organization announced Tuesday it is temporarily withdrawing staff from an Ebola center in Sierra Leone, after a worker became infected.
JC Finley
Minnesota National Guard facility getting solar power array

Minnesota National Guard facility getting solar power array

Solar Power is to be produced at a Minnesota National Guard facility under a memorandum of understanding with Minnesota Power, in a $25 million project.
Richard J. Tomkins
Report: Apple developing 12.9-inch iPad to launch in 2015

Report: Apple developing 12.9-inch iPad to launch in 2015

Apple is reportedly developing a 12.9-inch iPad, making it the company's largest tablet.
Aileen Graef
Jenelle Evans balances 'Teen Mom 2' with homework

Jenelle Evans balances 'Teen Mom 2' with homework

"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans is busy filming for the series and taking care of new son Kaiser, but she still finds time to complete her homework.
Annie Martin
Susan Sarandon nominates ex David Bowie for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Susan Sarandon nominates ex David Bowie for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Susan Sarandon accepted Harry Styles' nomination to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Sunday and in turn nominated her ex-lover David Bowie.
Veronica Linares
Nigeria closes school amid Ebola outbreak

Nigeria closes school amid Ebola outbreak

Nigeria delayed the opening of its schools, scheduled for Monday, to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus.
Ed Adamczyk
iPad-wearing tortoises removed from Aspen art museum and moved to conservatory

iPad-wearing tortoises removed from Aspen art museum and moved to conservatory

Three African sulcata tortoises, each wearing a pair of iPads on their shell, have been removed from the Aspen-area art exhibit where they were on display.
Matt Bradwell
Quake in Iceland stirs fear of volcanic eruption

Quake in Iceland stirs fear of volcanic eruption

A 4.5 magnitude earthquake in Iceland early Wednesday, the latest in a series of quakes, added to concerns a volcanic eruption is imminent.
Ed Adamczyk
Speed, dangerous road factors in crash that killed 5

Speed, dangerous road factors in crash that killed 5

Family and friends are mourning five people including three children killed in a fiery crash on New York's Southern State Parkway on Saturday night.
Gabrielle Levy
Watch Homer Simpson complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Watch Homer Simpson complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Homer Simpson completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a little help from Bart, some penguins and Santa Claus.
Annie Martin
U.S. military jet crash lands in rural Virginia

U.S. military jet crash lands in rural Virginia

A U.S. military jet, believed to be a Massachusetts Air National Guard F-15C fighter, crash landed in Deerfield, Virginia, on Wednesday morning.
JC Finley
Newfoundland fossil is earliest evidence of muscled animals

Newfoundland fossil is earliest evidence of muscled animals

Scientists say a fossil unearthed in Newfoundland is the earliest evidence of an animal with muscles -- proof that complex animals are older than thought.
Brooks Hays
Kanye West reveals his father was a paparazzo

Kanye West reveals his father was a paparazzo

Kanye West revealed his father was a paparazzo during his deposition for allegedly attacking photographer Daniel Ramos last year.
Annie Martin
Colombia releases notorious hitman 'Popeye'

Colombia releases notorious hitman 'Popeye'

Colombia released Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar's top hitman Tuesday after serving 22 years of a 30-year sentence.
Aileen Graef
Syria committing war crimes, U.N. says

Syria committing war crimes, U.N. says

Armies loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad targeted civilians in what a United Nations report, published Wednesday, called crimes against humanity.
Ed Adamczyk
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