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Al Qaeda’s Number Two Rallies Jihadis in New Video

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On March 29, Al Qaeda released a video that featured an open public appearance in Yemen by Nasser al-Wuhayshi who is seen as the group’s second in command.

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Bill Cassidy Providing Emergency Assistance To Wealthy Televangelists

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Bill Cassidy, Republican Congressman from Louisiana and physician was in the news last week as he provided emergency treatment to a fellow passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight. He may well have gained one more vote in his Senate race. This week Congressman Cassidy introduced The Faith and Fairness Act of 2014 ” a response [...]

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Four cocktails, three bars, one night

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The Post’s Fritz Hahn takes you inside the exclusive Dram and Grain for one of D.C.’s wildest cocktails, plus Bar Charley for tiki drinks on tap and Quill for author-inspired sips.

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Obama: Health Care Sign-ups Have Reached 8 Million

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April 17 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama said the number of people who signed up for insurance under his health-care law reached 8 million during the first enrollment period. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Violence reignites in Caracas as protesters, police face off

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Riot police in Venezuela fire tear gas on student protesters out on the streets of Caracas as anti-government demonstrations rage on. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant With First Child

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April 17 (Bloomberg) — On today’s “The Roundup,” Trish Regan, Julie Hyman, Cristina Alesci and Eric Chemi wrap up the day’s top market stories on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Chelsea Clinton announces she’s pregnant

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At a Clinton Foundation event, Chelsea Clinton announced she’s expecting her first child. She was at the event with her mother, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.

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Wall Street snaps back to life

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Summary: The S 500 roars back with its best weekly gain since July, while the Nasdaq snaps a three-week slump aided by upbeat earnings from Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and General Electric. Conway G. Gittens reports.

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U.S., E.U., Russia Announce Agreement On Ukraine Crisis

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After one day of negotiations in Geneva, the U.S., E.U., and Russia agreed on a set of principles to deescalate the crisis in Ukraine.

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Miranda Kerr Knows the Power of the Plank

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Whether on the runway or running errands around town, Miranda Kerr always looks stunning and radiates a healthy glow. The model and mother is a firm believer in clean eating and working out, the perfect equation for healthy living. Watch this video to learn just how Miranda does it.

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Weibo withstands weakness in tech

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The Chinese online messaging company, Weibo, had a strong start in its Nasdaq debut, showing that investor appetite for Chinese tech IPOs remains strong, setting the stage for Alibaba’s highly anticipated debut. Lily Jamali reports.

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Old-timey Car Pitched To Replace NYC’s Horse-drawn Carriages

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An electric car that proponents hope will replace horse-drawn carriages in New York City was presented Thursday at the New York International Auto Show, as critics expressed their distaste for the idea. The “Horseless eCarriage” prototype was commissioned by NYCLASS, a group advocating for a ban on carriage horses because they say it’s inhumane to [...]

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SNTV – Irina Shayk Thrills in Super Low Cut Swimsuit

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Irina Shayk looks awesome in a super low cut swimsuit, much to the happiness of her Instagram followers.

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Study On Artists’ Brain Shows They’re ‘Structurally Unique’

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The brains of artists aren’t really left-brain or right-brain, but rather have extra neural matter in visual and motor control areas.

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SNTV – Bryan Singer Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault With Teen Boy

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X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has been accused of allegedly sexually assaulting, and drugging a teenage boy at a Hollywood sex ring party.

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Top 10 Trio Bands in Rock

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Two is company, three is a crowd? Not necessarily. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’??re counting down our picks for the top 10 band trios in rock.

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SNTV – Gisele Bundchen Says She’s Been Audited For Making Forbes Top Earning List

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Tax day has come and gone… but for Gisele Bundchen, we’ve got some unfortunate news. It seems the famous supermodel has been audited by the Internal Revenue Service!

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Scientists Create Stem Cells From Adult Skin Cells

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The breakthrough could mean a cure for some serious diseases and even the possibility of human cloning, but it’s all still a way off.

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Bentley Returns to Racing With the GT3 Race Car

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WSJ’s Lee Hawkins talks to Christophe Georges, president and CEO of Bentley America, at the New York Auto Show about the Continental GT3 race car – the first Bentley race car for a decade.

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Holly Madison On Her New Burlesque Vegas Speakeasy ’1923′

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Holly Madison describes the inspiration behind her new bar in Las Vegas and details the burlesque entertainment inside.

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Earth’s Near-Twin Found Orbiting Red Dwarf

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The newly-discovered planet is roughly the size of Earth and could have liquid water on its surface.

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The Ford Mustang, Then and Now

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the debut of the Ford Mustang. WSJ’s Jeff Bush talks with Ford designer Moray Callum at the New York Auto Show about the legacy of the iconic vehicle.

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Sneaky Dog Vandalizes Cars For 6 Months

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Recently, residents of Brampton, England reported over ten cases in which their car tires had been punctured. Well, finally, after six months and countless hours of police work, closed circuit cameras caught the vandal red-pawed. So who was the culprit? Jess the border collie. But WHY was she doing it? Find out. Plus, actual cat [...]

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Twitter Introduces Facebook-Style App Install Ads

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Twitter hopes to make money on app install ads, which has proven to be a successful strategy for Facebook.

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Emma Stone Officially Wins the Red Carpet – See Her Best Looks on POPSUGAR Live!

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Today on POPSUGAR Live!, we’re breaking down what could be Emma Stone’s best looks yet! The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star continues to nail it time and time again on the red carpet, and we’re showing you her latest can’t-miss looks. Plus, The Buzz is breaking down the most controversial TV finales ever, we’re reviewing Johnny [...]

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Audi’s Premiere Models Shine at New York Auto Show

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At the New York Auto Show, WSJ’s Lee Hawkins talks with Scott Keogh, President of Audi America about the A3 e-tron hybrid and the 2014 R8.

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Putin to Snowden: “We do not allow” mass surveillance

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Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden calls Russian Vladimir Putin during his televised question and answer session with the nation to ask about mass surveillance. Nathan Frandino reports.

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U.S. sending more non-lethal military aid to Ukraine

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the United States will send additional non-lethal military support to Ukraine. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial: Five Key Questions

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The Oscar Pistorius murder trial in South Africa is presenting two competing narratives to the judge. What are the key areas of dispute between the defense and prosecution in the case? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer

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Church must be “refuge for sinners” – Pope Francis

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Pope Francis calls for the Church to always be a refuge for the poor and the sick as he leads a solemn Holy Thursday mass. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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