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10 breakfast dishes fit for a crowd


Having a breakfast with eight or more of your nearest and dearest always seems like a good idea. You get to eat, socialize, and maybe even enjoy a delicious cocktail.

Scientists figure out why this dinosaur was so ugly

Scientists have long wondered about Deinocheirus mirificus, an oddball, 70 million-year-old dinosaur with a duckbill, a camel-like hump, and ostrich-like neck (in fact, it's an ancestor of the modern ostrich).

Chinese woman gets dumped by her boyfriend, spends an entire week moping at a KFC restaurant

Tan Shen, we get it, we do. Breaking up is hard, getting dumped is harder still, and sometimes the only answer is an order of chicken wings with a side of extra large fries.

Poll: Colorado Senate race slipping from Democrats

Bad news for Democrats from Colorado: Sen. Mark Udall (D) is trailing Rep. Cory Gardner (R) by seven points in the state's Senate race, according to a Suffolk University poll.

850 voters in NYC are registered as 164 years old

The New York Post reported last week that the birth date of a 73-year-old voter who has been living and voting in The Bronx since the 1970s was recorded as Jan.

Democrats haven't given up on beating Mitch McConnell yet, buying new ads in Kentucky

Last week it appeared that national Democrats had all but given up hope that Alison Lundergan Grimes could unseat Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in Kentucky's Senate race, with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee declining to buy television ads on her behalf in the last weeks of the campaign.

Illinois voting machine changes Republican votes to Democratic ones

Early voting has gotten off to a rocky start in Illinois. Republican state representative candidate Jim Moynihan told Watchdog.org that he tried to cast a vote for himself, but that his voting machine cast a vote for his opponent instead.

3,100 University of North Carolina students implicated in 'shadow curriculum' scandal

A scathing report into a massive academic fraud scandal at the University of North Carolina has concluded that 3,100 students — about half of them athletes — were involved in a "shadow curriculum" of bogus classes.

Man fakes coma for 2 years to avoid going to court

If you're trying to get out of a court date, faking a coma probably isn't the best idea. Alan Knight, 47, of Swansea, Wales, pretended to be quadriplegic and comatose for two years to avoid appearing in court for stealing more than 40,000 pounds (roughly $64,000) from his neighbor.

A gay superhero is the comic book movie we need


America's media landscape is at an interesting point in terms of LGBT representation. Over the last decade, we've seen queer gangsters, cowboys, and even a queer president appear in pop culture.

Two dead, including gunman, in shooting at Canadian Parliament

UPDATE 2:08 p.m.: Policesaid one victim, a member of the Canadian Forces who was shot at the National War Memorial, has died as a result of his injuries.

McConnell ad features women attacking female Democratic opponent: She thinks 'I'm not good enough'

Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell (R) has a new ad in the Kentucky Senate race that zeroes in on the demographic of voters he thinks are mostly likely to be wooed by his opponent, Democratic candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes: Young women.

McConnell ad features women to attack female Democratic opponent: She thinks 'I'm not good enough'

Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell (R) has a new ad in the Kentucky Senate race, with an interesting pitch to women voters in his close race against Democratic candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes: Testimonials of women saying it is Grimes who looks down on them, by saying they need the government's help to get ahead.

Pentagon blames wind, 'margin of error' for ISIS intercepting weapons drop

The Pentagon on Wednesday confirmed that ISIS earlier this week had intercepted a cache of airdropped weapons and supplies intended for Kurdish fighters in Syria.

Twitter is 'the source of all evil,' says Saudi Arabia's top Muslim cleric

Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, does not like Twitter. He recently condemned the social network as the "source of all evil and devastation," citing the way tweeps use the service to "slander Islam." There's more, from the BBC: "If it were used correctly, it could be of real benefit, but unfortunately it's exploited for trivial matters," he said about the social networking site.

How 3D-printed makeup is changing the fashion industry


For many people of varying skin tones, finding the perfect shade of makeup is a near-impossible task.

Forget the Pumpkin Spice Latte: Starbucks is rolling out a Chestnut Praline Latte next month

Pumpkin Spice Lattes have taken on a surprising amount of controversy in America: They're the symbol of someone who's "basic," which also suggests uncomfortable racial connotations.

Poll: Iowa Senate race a dead heat

The race for the open Senate seat in Iowa is going down to the wire, according to the new poll from Monmouth University — though the Democrats might also have an ace in the hole, thanks to early voting efforts.

Chris Christie just subtweeted Rand Paul on Ebola

Who could New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a potential Republican candidate for president in 2016, be referring to here?

Former Blackwater guards found guilty in Baghdad massacre

A federal jury on Wednesday found four former Blackwater security guards guilty in a 2007 mass shooting in Baghdad.


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