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Justin Bieber vs. Orlando Bloom: Feud fuels buzz

Justin Bieber tweeted "Keeping it positive" just hours after a clash in a Spanish nightclub with Orlando Bloom on Wednesday..

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Could Ebola come to the United States?

Yes, Ebola can come to the United States. But no, there's no reason to panic.

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Protection agencies: 5 'worst' consumer complaints

An annual survey of 40 local and state consumer protection agencies that were asked to single out the most common and outrageous complaints they have received over the past year.

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Landslides trap 170 people or more in India

Landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains may have trapped 170 people or more in a village in western India, a senior official said Wednesday.

At least 30 bodies had been recovered Thursday as the search continued. Eight survivors were pulled out with…

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Kim Kardashian's game makes $700,000 a day

Kim Kardashian is famous for doing nothing. Now she's got a game that's pulling in $700,000 a day where players have to do, well, nothing.

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Weddings? Babies? College kids registering for gifts too

Move over brides and expectant moms: Now college-bound kids want to be showered with gifts also.

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Plastic surgeon sued over 'cocaine nose' photos

A woman is suing a plastic surgeon after he posted before and after photos of her facial reconstruction surgery on his website without her consent, labeling them "cocaine nose."

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Nine popular, but unhealthy restaurant meals

Warning: These meals are hazardous to your health. Delicious, perhaps, but hazardous.

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GM sued by more than 600 recall victims

More than 600 victims of crashes involving recalled General Motors cars have gone to federal court seeking compensation from the automaker.

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Is 2014 the deadliest year for flights?

Some may wonder if, statistically, the skies are getting more dangerous. They may ask themselves whether 2014 is trending toward one of the deadliest years in aviation history. Experts say don't be nervous.

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