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    10 clever Snapchat puns you'll want to replay over and over

    25th January 2015 18:06

    Some Snapchat creations are too funny to disappear into the ether. We salute the savvy souls who saved this selection from deletion. You can get inspired to create your own funny, punny Snapchats with our list below. See also: 21 Inspirational Yearbook Quotes That Prove the Children Are Our Future Have you seen any other amusing Snapsterpieces that play on words? Any other hilarious puns worth sharing with the world? Let us know in the comments below. Have something to…

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    Obama and Indian PM cite progress toward nuclear ties and climate change

    25th January 2015 16:50

    NEW DELHI — Seizing on their personal bond, U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Sunday that they had made progress on nuclear cooperation and climate change, with Obama declaring a "breakthrough understanding" in efforts to free U.S. investment in nuclear energy development in India. Obama and Modi expressed hope that a landmark 2008 nuclear agreement between the U.S. and India could begin to bear fruit. See also: Obama ending India trip early, will join world…

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    Crippling, 'potentially historic' blizzard headed for New York, Boston

    25th January 2015 16:19

    UPDATED 6:40 p.m. ET: The latest forecasts based on updated computer model runs are clearly pointing in the direction of much higher snowfall totals than previously expected from coastal New Jersey all the way northeast to Maine In New York, the revised forecast of snowfall rates approaching 4 inches per hour, winds sustained at tropical storm force and gusting near hurricane force (74 miles per hour) that will cause near-whiteout conditions at times and snowfall totals that could be as…

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    Facebook needs a 'Sympathy' button

    25th January 2015 16:06

    A school friend's mom passed away last week. He posted the news on Facebook with a short, dignified note, giving brief details of how his mother had died and information about the funeral. Feeling for his loss, I started to write, "So sorry to hear your sad news..." But before I pressed "Enter," I scrolled through the comments others had already posted — passionate eulogies and anecdotes from people who really knew my friend's mom, celebrating her spirit and uniqueness.…

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    You'll believe in magical footwear after seeing 'The Wishin' Boot' on 'SNL'

    25th January 2015 15:42

    We should all be so lucky to have such a boot in our lives. Aidy Bryant and Kate McKinnon showed off their country chops by joining singer and Saturday Night Live host Blake Shelton for an extremely catchy SNL Digital Short called, "The Wishin' Boot." No other footwear will feed you, get you out of jail or be your loyal pet. It's like having a leather-bound fairy godmother. Catchy SOTU remix turns Obama into Commander-in-Beats You can't look away from…

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    14 little-known NFL referee hand signals

    25th January 2015 15:30

    Super Bowl Sunday: The time of year when family and friends gather around the TV and celebrate the glorious game that is football. For the uninitiated, it's a lot to take in, especially if it's the only day of the year you watch sports. One of the hardest things to understand are the referees. In-between plays, they're always gesticulating about like they're attempting to do the robot. They do so many hand signals, it's easy to miss some of their…

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    Boko Haram attacks key Nigerian city before John Kerry's arrival; dozens killed, wounded

    25th January 2015 15:14

    MAIDUGURI, Nigeria — In fierce fighting Sunday, Nigerian troops clashed with Islamic extremists who attacked Maiduguri, the biggest city in northeast Nigeria. Dozens of combatants have been killed and wounded, soldiers and hospital workers said. "Coordinated air and land operations are being conducted now," the Nigerian Armed Forces tweeted on Sunday FLASH: Troops are repelling a simultaneous attack on #Monguno and #Maiduguri by Terrorists.Coordinated Air and Land OPs being conducted #Now — DEFENCE HQ NIGERIA (@DefenceInfoNG) January 25, 2015 See…

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    'SNL' expertly handles Tom Brady's balls in cold open

    25th January 2015 14:58

    You want the truth about Deflate-gate? You can't handle the truth about Deflate-gate. Clueless Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, played by cast member Taran Killam, tries to put the football controversy to rest for Saturday Night Live's cold open on Jan. 24. "I don't know things. I'm not a banker. I'm not a science computer," he says in the sketch. Instead, Brady hands off the blame to assistant equipment co-manager Dougie Spoons, played by cast member Bobby Moynihan, who protects the…

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    Accurate 'Sons of Liberty' shows the unattractive side of patriotism

    25th January 2015 14:30

    The History Channel's three-part miniseries Sons of Liberty premieres Sunday evening, and if it's anything like Hatfields & McCoys, it will likely be a hit with audiences. A certain aspect to the miniseries has drawn a bit of attention leading up to its premiere: The cast members are crazy good looking. See also: America Was Founded by a Bunch of Drunks, and Other Fun Facts Ben Barnes, a subjectively sexy man who plays the objectively not-sexy Sam Adams is drawing…

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    Why war has exploded again in Ukraine

    25th January 2015 14:29

    DONETSK, Ukraine — The relative quiet of December in eastern Ukraine has been erased by an explosion of deadly violence in past weeks, marking a serious escalation in the nine-month-long war between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists and dashing hopes for a peaceful resolution. Since New Year's Day, there have been three particularly brutal attacks: rockets struck a Ukrainian-controlled checkpoint in the town of Volnovakha, south of this rebel stronghold, killing 13 people aboard a packed commuter bus; a similar…