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Coffee counteracts liver cancer risks from drinking alcohol, study finds


Liver cancer is the second-deadliest type of cancer worldwide, and the London-based World Cancer Research Fund has a new report out examining what factors appear to contribute to liver cancer, and what helps people survive it.

Israeli court finds ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert guilty in bribery case


On Monday, the Jerusalem District Court found Ehud Olmert guilty of accepting bribes before becoming Israeli prime minister in 2006.

Last matzo factory is leaving New York's Lower East Side after 100 years


This year's Passover is the last for the Streit's matzo factory on Manhattan's Lower East Side, and Streit's is the last company making the traditional Jewish Passover bread in the rapidly gentrifying, formerly Jewish neighborhood.

Duke, Michigan State advance to Final Four


On Sunday night, No. 1 seed Duke beat No. 2 Gonzaga, 66-52, sending the Blue Devils on to the men's Final Four semifinals in Indianapolis.

2 bodies pulled from New York East Village explosion rubble


On Sunday, New York City fire fighters pulled two bodies from the wreckage of the three buildings in Manhattan's East Village that collapsed after an explosion on Thursday.

Can John Oliver convince you that April Fools' Day is terrible?


John Oliver does not like pranks, or any day encouraging them. "April Fools' Day is to comedy as St. Patrick's Day is to Irish culture," he said in this Last Week Tonight video posted Sunday night: "That is to say, it is a very mockery of the concept that usually ends in a fist fight." Pranks make people sad, he added, and "anyone who claims to be excited about April Fools' Day is probably a sociopath, because what they're really saying is, 'I cannot wait to hurt the people close to me.'" If you agree with Oliver at the end of his well-thought-out spiel, you can take his No-Prank Pledge.

Watch 'The Rock Obama' hulk out on some puny Republicans who made him mad


If President Obama had The Rock's build, he would have a much easier time getting Republicans to do what he wants.

Hanif Kureishi's 6 favorite books


 Psychopathology of Everyday Life by Sigmund Freud (Penguin $16). A seminal work of psychology. Freud looks at memory, the loss of it, misremembrances, words, and malapropisms to investigate the mental mechanics of his subjects and their engagement with the quotidian.

Carly Fiorina: Odds I run in 2016 'higher than 90 percent'


Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on Sunday crept closer to a White House bid, saying in an interview with Fox News there is a "higher than 90 percent" chance she will run.

Martin O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown to be passed between two families'


Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley on Sunday took a none-too-subtle swipe at Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, the presumptive frontrunners for their parties' 2016 nominations.

Watch Dwayne 'Bambi' Johnson gun down hunters in SNL's violent take on Disney's live-action reboot


What would Bambi look like with bulging muscles and an entourage of woodland gunmen? That's the question Saturday Night Live answered with a The Fast and the Furious meets Disney reboot staring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as the titular orphaned deer.

Should research animals get names?


You may have heard of Koko the gorilla or Alex the parrot, but what about Pia, Splinter, Oprah, and Persimmon the rats?

Israeli PM Netanyahu: Iran nuclear deal 'confirms all of our concerns and even more so'


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday assailed the emerging details of a nuclear agreement intended to curb Iran's nuclear program.

Arab leaders agree in principle to form joint military force


Arab leaders on Sunday announced a tentative agreement to create a joint military force to combat violence and extremism in the region.

Indiana will 'clarify' anti-gay law, governor says


Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) said Saturday his state would move to "clarify" the intent of a controversial so-called religious freedom law that critics contend will allow businesses to discriminate against gays.

How deaf people come up with signs for slang terms like 'photobomb'


New technology always introduces linguistic challenges. In the early days of movie making, it wasn't clear what these new entertainments should be called.

Germanwings co-pilot may have had vision problem


Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings airliner last week, sought treatment for a vision problem that could have been psychosomatic and impacted his ability to fly, according to investigators.

Kentucky, Wisconsin advance to Final Four


The Kentucky Wildcats are back in the Final Four for a second straight year after holding off Notre Dame's upset bid on Saturday.

Baked Alaska


EARLIER THIS WINTER, Monica Zappa packed up her crew of Alaskan sled dogs and headed south, in search of snow.


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