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Facing a tiny dating pool, NYC Mormons turn to new app

They are looking for big love in the Big Apple. In a religion where only marrying another Mormon allows you to enter the highest heaven, single Mormons in the New York area feel trapped in their tiny local dating pool. ...

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10 celebs you probably didn’t know smoke marijuana

It’s really not a head-scratcher that Snoop Dogg, Rihanna and Willie Nelson all enjoy a toke or two now and again, but while smoking weed is not exactly an obscure occurrence in Hollywood, there are a few celebrities you might ...

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Three things Twitter users would rather have than 280 characters

Twitter has upped its iconic 140 character count to 280 characters for select users, but many tweeters say the effort could be spent on more necessary features. Here are three features Twitter users would like to see instead of the ...

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Delta will allow free in-flight texting — but not calls

Texts on a plane. Delta Airlines is allowing passengers to text during flights for free, the company announced on Tuesday. Starting Oct. 1, customers can use iMessage, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger to stay connected with their friends on the ground. ...

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Inside Shanghai's multi-hour video game world championship training camp

Inside Shanghai’s multi-hour video game world championship training camp Two months before the world championship tournament for the video game League of Legends in Beijing, members of Taiwan’s Flash Wolves gaming team have taken up residence at a boot camp ...

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Deadly 7Up laced with meth detected in Mexico

Authorities in California and Mexico issued warnings after one person died and others fell ill after drinking 7Up laced with methamphetamine. Officials in Baja California said that bottles of 7Up contaminated with meth have been traced back to stores near ...

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NYU therapist links music to psychopathy with Blackstreet song

The NYU researcher behind a controversial preliminary study that links a person’s music preferences to possible psychopathy thinks his study could prevent dangerous people from being in positions of power. Pascal Wallisch, a clinical assistant professor of psychology at NYU, ...

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Conspiracy theorist revises prediction after world fails to end

Arma-get-it-over-with-already. As you may be able to tell, Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade’s prediction that the world as we know it would come to an end this past Saturday was incorrect. Consequently, Meade, whose qualifications include writing books and, get ...

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Tony Orlando says severed finger can’t be reattached

Doctors can’t reattach singer Tony Orlando’s missing “smashed up” fingertip after a freak accident. “I’m fine,” he exclusively told the Daily News, “but there’s no way they can reattach it. It got too smashed up in that stupid accident with ...

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One-time world’s heaviest woman dies at 37

Eman Ahmed Abdul Atti, who was once considered the world’s heaviest woman, weighing more than 1,000 pounds, died at 37 from complications due to heart disease and kidney dysfunction on Monday. Abdul Atti, born in Egypt, was in Abu Dhabi ...

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