• Kardashian family to watch Bruce Jenner's interview together

    Kim Kardashian says her family plans to watch Bruce Jenner's Friday night TV interview as they do most things, which is together. Kardashian told reporters in New York at Friday's Variety Power of Women event — where she was being honored along with Lena Dunham, Whoopi Goldberg, Glenn Close and…

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    • Diversity Study: Super Bowl ads less gender offensive

      While Super Bowl XLIX commercials were more sensitive and less gender offensive than in past years, women and people of color remain vastly underrepresented among the creative directors who are producing those ads, according to a diversity study released Wednesday. The Institute for Diversity and…

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      • Angelina Jolie rips world powers on Syria's refugee crisis

        Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria's four-year conflict. Jolie briefed the council as special envoy for the U.N. on refugee issues. Jolie spoke…

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        • EPL round-up: Liverpool draw blank, Swansea edge Newcastle in thriller

          Burnley, Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland slipped closer to the relegation trapdoor in the Premier League on Saturday as Leicester City and Hull City recorded timely victories. Bottom club Burnley lost 1-0 at home to Leicester in agonising circumstances, with Jamie Vardy notching a 60th-minute…

          • Why is Shraddha Kapoor thanking Lauren Gottlieb?

            By Jahnavi Patel, Glamsham Editorial Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor, who will be seen in the upcoming Bollywood film ABCD 2 will be matching steps with the international dancer Lauren Gottlieb, who was also a part of the first film, ABCD. At the trailer launch event of their film, Varun said,…

            • The happiest countries in the world, according to neuroscientists, statisticians, and economists

              An international team of economists, neuroscientists, and statisticians just released their third World Happiness Report, which measures well-being in countries around the world to help guide public policy.

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              • Rhian Ramos on taking over Marian Rivera’s role: I’m still in shock

                On Friday (April 17), GMA network confirmed in a statement that Marian had withdrawn from the show as well as her TV appearances abroad due to her delicate condition, following her announcement on April 13 that she was expecting her first baby with husband actor Dingdong Dantes. “I was in shock … I…

                • Saudis seize bombs, accuse IS of killing police

                  Saudi Arabia said Friday it has foiled a bomb plot by the Islamic State group and blamed the jihadists for shooting dead two policemen in the capital earlier this month. The authorities said three bomb-laden cars had been seized during investigations into the killings. A Saudi man arrested on…

                  • 13 ways successful people think differently from everyone else

                    If you want to be better at it, you've got to work at it, says Maxwell. Consider scheduling time to think. For example, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner schedules 30- to 90-minute blocks of "nothing" into his calendar for personal time, coaching, and reflection, and Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich sits down at…

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                    • Silent glamour - after Diana, Kate reinvents the job of princess

                      By Estelle Shirbon LONDON (Reuters) - Few mothers taking a new baby home would want a crowd of photographers snapping them from every angle at the hospital door, but Kate, future Queen of England, is likely to handle the bizarre situation like a consummate professional. Since marrying Prince…

                      • IS ordered cops’ killing

                        A young extremist who killed two policemen and injured two others in separate shooting incidents in Riyadh over the last two months, was following the instructions of the Islamic State (IS) terror group, the Interior Ministry said on Friday. Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki, spokesman of the ministry,…

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                        • Phelps will likely head to new training facility soon

                          Michael Phelps' long-time coach, Bob Bowman, just accepted the job as head coach of the Arizona State swimming team, Swimming World reports. It's exciting news for the ASU swimmers, considering Bowman is the man who helped prep Phelps for his 22 Olympic-medal-winning performances, including 18…

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                          • Cost of Galaxy's battle against iPhone on the rise

                            By Se Young Lee SEOUL, (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics has pulled out all the stops on its new Galaxy smartphones, but their modest prices compared to the latest iPhones throw an uneasy spotlight on the long-term cost of fighting Apple's premium branding. The 64-gigabyte model of the Galaxy S6…

                            • Hunt for ancient royal tomb in Mexico takes mercurial twist

                              By David Alire Garcia TEOTIHUACAN, Mexico (Reuters) - A Mexican archeologist hunting for a royal tomb in a deep, dark tunnel beneath a towering pre-Aztec pyramid has made a discovery that may have brought him a step closer: liquid mercury. In the bowels of Teotihuacan, a mysterious ancient city…

                              • United States seeks access to Philippine bases as part of Asia pivot

                                The United States has asked for access to Philippine military bases in eight locations to rotate troops, aircraft, and ships as Washington shifts its forces to Asia and as China expands its military presence in the South China Sea. U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, in a speech in Arizona, has…

                                • Russia has a crucial advantage over the US in the Arctic

                                  Russia maintains a key advantage over the US in the Arctic, which is only continuing to grow.  In 2017, Moscow is expecting the delivery of a new nuclear powered icebeaker. This would augment an additional six nuclear powered icebreakers already in service

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                                  • Mars Rover Curiosity Spotted from Space (Photo)

                                    NASA's eagle-eyed Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has captured a view of the space agency's Curiosity rover trundling across the Red Planet. The new MRO photo was taken by the spacecraft's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera (HiRISE