‘Mighty Ducks’ Goalie Shaun Weiss Checks Into Rehab After Drunken Bust

Breaking News Give Shaun Weiss this -- he's got a helluva sense of humor. Check out how the guy who played Goldberg in "The Mighty Ducks" announced checking into rehab. Shaun posted an emotional but also hilarious message Tuesday on Facebook announcing he's checked...

Amber Rose Talks Her Space Outfit & Her 4th Annual ‘Slut Walk’ | 2018 VMAs | PeopleTV

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2018 VMAs Red Carpet Show: Celebrity Interviews, Award Buzz & More | 2018 VMAs | PeopleTV

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Noah Cyrus & Lil Xan On Their Relationship, New Song On Red Carpet | 2018 VMAs | PeopleTV

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Emily Mortimer Lost Her Mind In Front Of Leonardo DiCaprio On ‘Shutter Island’ | PeopleTV

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Google’s data collection is hard to escape, study claims

Short of chucking your phone into the river, shunning the internet, and learning to read paper maps again, there's not much you can do to keep Google from collecting data about you. So says a Vanderbilt University computer scientist who led an analysis of Google's...

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Considerations of an Aging Nation: The Census Data

Welcome to part 3 of NewsWorld's first multi-part exclusive series on Aging in America. We will be running this in-depth piece just as America celebrates its own birthday.   Understanding the Numbers and Data from the Census Bureau   PHILADELPHIA – The nation's...

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Apparently This Is Still A Thing — See Also

(Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images) BRETT KAVANAUGH WAS THE EJACULATION POLICE: A man this concerned about Clinton should be asked about Kozinski. IF WORKING FOR PHARMA BRO GETS YOU 18 MONTHS: I wonder what working for Putin will net you? ALL OF THE BEST GAMES ARE...

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Andrew Luck Is Still Knocking the Rust Off

In his second appearance of the preseason, the Colts' franchise QB showed he still has some work to do before Week 1 Andrew Luck in Preseason Week 1 at Seattle: 6-for-9, 64 yards. Monday night vs. Baltimore: 6-for-13, 50 yards, INT.  Luck showed a little bit of...

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Study ties Facebook engagement to attacks on refugees

A study of circumstances and demographics attendant on attacks against refugees and immigrants in Germany has shown that Facebook use appears to be deeply linked with the frequency of violent acts. Far from being mere trolling or isolated expressions of controversial...

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Why the next CryptoKitties mania won’t be about collectables

Kyle Wood Contributor Kyle Wood is senior counsel in Perkins Coie’s Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency industry group in the Dallas office. Taylor Lindman Contributor Taylor Lindman is an associate in Perkins Coie’s New York office focusing on fintech,...

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Are you trying to stay off social media, but just can’t seem to stop yourself from posting? When random thoughts pop into your head, do you find yourself launching Twitter and typing before you remember you’re trying to quit? Well, now there’s a better way. Hello,...

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Greece is finally done with its epic bailout binge

After eight years and roughly $330 billion in loans, Greece is putting bailouts behind it. The country on Monday officially exited the last of the three enormous rescue programs that saved it from going bust and abandoning the euro. But the bailouts from the...

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Europe is preparing another crackdown on Big Tech

Europe is preparing legislation designed to rid social media platforms of terrorist content. The European Commission said Monday that it was drafting new rules after concluding that a voluntary program wasn't working. It had previously asked tech companies, including...

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Facebook — yes, Facebook — might make MRIs faster

Facebook's artificial intelligence lab is working with New York University's medical school to make MRI exams 10 times faster, which, if successful, would allow radiologists to complete a test in minutes. Doctors use MRI -- shorthand for magnetic resonance imaging --...

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