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    Dr. Ruth's tips for jolly sex during the holiday season

    20th December 2014 04:50

    As the holidays approach, people are heading home in droves, often with their significant others in tow. Unfortunately, nothing dampens sexual appetite quite like the thought of having sex in a room that shares a wall with the guest room occupied by grandma. With fears of unwelcome relatives barging in on intimate moments, we turned to a household name known for her candor when speaking on both sex and relationships: Ruth Westheimer, best known as Dr. Ruth See also: 5…

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    Kim Kardashian's over her mom's 'omish sh*t'

    20th December 2014 04:30

    Oh no she didn't Kim Kardashian West sent momager Kris Jenner a strongly-worded email Friday critiquing her fashion choices, telling Kris to stop strutting about town in "pilgrim adams family outfits." Jenner published the email on her Instagram, because she needed some new material for the 900th season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians After spending an amazing morning at The Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment breakfast, and while I was in my car and hadn't even gotten home yet,…

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    Ferguson prosecutor says grand jury heard witnesses who lied under oath

    20th December 2014 04:03

    St. Louis prosecutor Robert McCulloch said in a local radio interview on Friday that some of the witnesses who testified before the grand jury that declined to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown were clearly not telling the truth, but he will not seek perjury charges In his first interview since he announced the grand jury decision last month, McCulloch told St. Louis radio station KTRS that he wanted jurors to be able to decide…

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    Two world leaders, one press conference mash-up

    20th December 2014 03:49

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin both recently held end-of-year press conferences, so why not compare them? Both world leaders spoke about a range of topics, though Putin's lasted around three times longer than Obama's See also: 6 standout moments from Putin's marathon speech You can watch Obama's hour-long press conference, below And here's an English translation of Putin's three-hour conference: But if you'd rather skip to some of the better parts, then continue reading for a…

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    Who's really to blame for canceling 'The Interview' - and when might we see it?

    20th December 2014 03:21

    LOS ANGELES — Will you ever get to see The Interview? There's a Rube Goldberg machine of factors between now and the day you get to watch Seth Rogen and James Franco go on a mission to North Korea, bent on assassinating Kim Jong-un — the very guy who, according to the U.S. government, is preventing you from seeing The Interview. SEE ALSO: A complete recap of 'The Interview,' the movie Sony may never show you As of Friday night,…

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    How the FBI says it connected North Korea to the Sony hack — and why some experts are still skeptical

    20th December 2014 03:21

    The FBI on Friday said that North Korea was responsible for the massive hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment. The hack leaked personal employee information, embarrassing emails and after a series of threats ultimately led to the cancelation of the comedy film, The Interview. See also: Sony hackers reportedly praise executives for pulling 'The Interview' The FBI's official statement offered insight into how it believes the intrusion into Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) took place. Malware at large The FBI says that…

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    North Korea on the Sony hack: It wasn't us!

    19th December 2014 23:25

    North Korea on Friday denied the FBI's accusation that it was behind a devastating hacking attack on Sony but it said the now-shelved film "The Interview" mocked the impoverished but nuclear-armed country. See also: A complete recap of 'The Interview,' the movie Sony may never show you "It defamed the image of our country. It made a mockery of our sovereignty. We reject it," a North Korean diplomat to the United Nations, Kim Song, told The Associated Press. "But there…

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    How Israeli extremists use WhatsApp to incite violence

    19th December 2014 23:00

    Praise for murderers, calls for revenge and mobilization of angry activists: This is how an extreme right-wing Israeli group uses WhatsApp to communicate among its members. See also: How Israel's government collapsed Records recently obtained by Mashable show that members of the group, “El-Yahud Revenge,” advocate vigilantism and violence in response to attacks on Israeli Jews. "For every terror attack, we need to retaliate with a vendetta like the one done by our strong brothers who murdered Muhammad Abu-Khdeir," wrote…

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    Justin Bieber dethroned as king of Instagram in massive follower purge

    19th December 2014 22:38

    In what is being referred to as the Instagram "purge," many Instagram users lost tons of followers when the picture-sharing platform cleared out inactive and spam accounts on Thursday. Poor Justin Bieber was dethroned as the most-followed Instagram user, losing 3.5 million followers in less than 24 hours, according to a list compiled by 64px. On Thursday, he had 23.8 million followers; after the purge, Biebs has a mere 20.3 million Instagram acolytes. Beliebers, we assume, rallied after learning of…

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    Sony CEO fires back: 'We have not caved,' disputes Obama's comments

    19th December 2014 21:38

    LOS ANGELES — Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton told CNN on Friday that the studio did not "cave" under pressure from hackers to pull The Interview from theaters, disputing President Obama's version of events. Those hackers have been officially linked to North Korea by the FBI. Lynton added that Sony "would still like the public to see" The Interview. He spoke on the heels of a press conference during which Obama said Sony had "made a mistake" by pulling the…