• Renner’s ex-wife ‘just wanted a green card’

    Jeremy Renner has claimed his estranged wife only married him “to get a green card”. The Avengers star is currently in a custody battle with ex Sonni Pacheco over their two-year-old daughter Ava. “He claims she repeatedly told their roommate Jeremy should be nice to her and not fight her on the…

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    • The 6 richest tycoons in the Philippines in the real estate business.

      Forbes Magazine recently issued the roster of the 500 richest billionaires in the world. Six Filipinos, each with their real estate empires and interests, made it on the list. Take a look at the wealthiest tycoons in the countrys property sector:6. DAVID

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      • What PNoy and Kris Aquino text each other

        OMG. I almost fell off my chair upon reading the text exchanges between President Aquino and his sister, Kris Aquino posted by journalist Cecil Morella in Facebook. Tuesday afternoon, Kris Aquino posted in her Instagram account (withlovekrisaquino

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        • Rich get richer: Mayweather and Pacquiao purses soar

          New estimates show Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s payoff for fighting Manny Pacquiao could easily be $180 million, up substantially from earlier predictions of $120 million. Pacquiao gets the short end of the purse, but even that is expected to be well over $100 million by the time everything is tallied…

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          • Saudi strikes Yemen rebels as Iran warns of 'dangerous step'

            Warplanes from a Saudi-led Arab coalition bombed Huthi Shiite rebels on Thursday in support of Yemen's embattled president, as regional rival Iran warned the intervention was a "dangerous" move. Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi, on the eve of a regional summit in Egypt, declared his full support…

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            • Harry’s tears over Zayn’s departure

              Harry Styles was reduced to tears on stage after Zayn Malik’s departure from One Direction. As Harry stood alongside bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan, he struggled to control his emotions as he came to terms with the magnitude of the situation. Zayn announced his departure from…

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              • Ultra-nationalist Ukrainian battalion gears up for more fighting

                By Gabriela Baczynska URZUF, Ukraine (Reuters) - The far-right Azov battalion, whose symbol resembles a black swastika on a yellow background, is preparing to defend the port city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine against a widely expected attack by pro-Russian separatists. The 1,000 strong…

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                • No wages for Makati councilors, staff

                  The members of the Makati City council and 83 personnel working under them had the release of their salaries suspended by acting Mayor Romulo Peña, a councilor said yesterday. He refused to sign the checks that would cover their salaries and allowances for March 16 to 31, according to Councilor…

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                  • Britney Would Love To Get Married

                    This news makes us smile: Britney Spears is happy! "I’m the happiest I’ve ever been," Britney told People in a new interview. The proud mom said her sons, Sean Preston, 9, and Jayden James, 8, are growing into "little men" – each with their own distinct personalities.

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                    • Lara Logan hospitalized again following health problems after Egypt sexual assault

                      New York, Mar 25 (ANI): Lara Logan, the CBS news reporter, has been hospitalized again due to continued health problems stemming from a brutal sexual assault she faced in Egypt, back in 2011. The 43- year old reporter, who had also been hospitalized in February, was recently admitted to a…

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                      • 16 Smartphones That Were Deemed ‘iPhone Killer,’ 2008-2011

                        After the first iPhone came out in 2007, tech publications rushed to identify the phone that would be the “iPhone killer.” SPOILER: Apple sold more than 190 million iPhones last year. It is safe to say that the iPhone has not, in fact, been killed. 1.

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                        • DeAndre Jordan dunks on top of, all over, straight through Jason Smith

                          DeAndre Jordan is one of the NBA's most ferocious dunkers. Jason Smith is not one of the NBA's most fearsome rim protectors. There is, perhaps, a bit of history behind the Los Angeles Clippers center's Wednesday night tenderizing of the New York Knicks' big man.

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                          • Mars has nitrogen, key to life: NASA

                            NASA's Curiosity rover has found nitrogen on the surface of Mars, a significant discovery that adds to evidence the Red Planet could once have sustained life, the space agency said. By drilling into Martian rocks, Curiosity found evidence of nitrates, compounds containing nitrogen that can be used…

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                            • After actor's death, 'Furious 7' director drives film to finish

                              By Mary Milliken LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - When his lead actor died suddenly, James Wan knew there was not another director who could give him advice on how to finish the film. Wan was in the midst of the punishing production of "Furious 7" - his first big-budget movie in Universal Pictures' most…

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                              • US soldier describes torture, attempts to escape Taliban

                                U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl says he was tortured repeatedly in the five years he was held captive by the Taliban: beaten with a copper cable, chained spread-eagle to a bed, and threatened with execution after trying to escape. Bergdahl, 28, described this harsh treatment in Afghanistan in a note…

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                                • De Lima: Nothing wrong with P21-M offer to Laudes

                                  Justice Secretary Leila de Lima sees nothing wrong with the reported P21-million settlement offer to the family of slain transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude for a plea bargain deal in the murder case against US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton. “We have to remember that in preliminary…

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                                  • America's Best Employers 2015

                                    Forbes decided to find out by asking those in the best position to say: America's employees. In partnership with Statista.com, we asked more than 20,000 American workers at large U.S. companies, nonprofit institutions like hospitals, government agencies, and U.S. divisions of multinationals a…

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