|US surveillance reportedly shows Chinese artillery on artificial islands|
|U.S. surveillance images reportedly show that China has positioned weaponry on at least one of the artificial islands it is developing in the South China Sea, apparently confirming suspicions that Beijing has been building up the area for military use.|
|Rashida Jones' documentary shows how porn companies lure teenage girls|
|Rashida Jones tackles the adult film industry in a new documentary, "Hot Girls Wanted."|
|Dem hopeful Sanders once penned essay on women’s rape fantasy|
|Democratic presidential candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders once penned an essay claiming that men fantasize about abusing women and women fantasize about being raped.|
|FAA says green laser pointed at four planes over Long Island|
|The Federal Aviation Administration and New York State Park Police are searching for whomever pointed a laser at four planes flying over Long Island Thursday night.|
|'Pawn Stars' help Marco Rubio celebrate birthday|
|Presidential hopeful Senator Marco Rubio marked his 44th birthday in Las Vegas Thursday, spending the day with his friend Rick Harrison, the star of TV’s "Pawn Stars" and owner of the famous Silver and Gold Pawn shop.|
|Woman says she punched TV actor Dustin Diamond's girlfriend in face before barroom stabbing|
|A woman testified Thursday that she punched TV actor Dustin Diamond's girlfriend in the face during a bar fight in Wisconsin, just moments before someone yelled that Diamond had a knife. ...|
|Putin opponent near death in suspected poisoning|
|An outspoken opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin was near death Friday, after mysteriously falling ill just three months after his close political ally was gunned down near the Kremlin.|
|Bergdahl appeared to lay groundwork for his disappearance in Afghanistan, squad mates say|
|Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl slept on his bed frame, and then the concrete floor, collected contact information, and talked about becoming a mercenary in what his squad mates now describe as behavior that laid the groundwork for his disappearance in Afghanistan nearly six years ago.|
|Natalie Imbruglia did 'crazy stuff' after her divorce|
|Natalie Imbruglia has opened up her little black book and set the record straight on all those celebrity fling rumors.|
|‘Big Bang Theory’ stars and execs fund scholarship for UCLA students|
|Proving a good education is no laughing matter, CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory” and series co-creator and exec producer Chuck Lorre’s family foundation have announced the establishment of the “The Big Bang Theory” Scholarship Endowment at UCLA.|
|Woman stabbed with fork for 'taking the last rib,' police say|
|An Indiana woman was arrested Sunday night after stabbing another woman in the eye with a fork in a fight over the last rib at a barbecue.|
|'Cruel Intentions' costars Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair reunite|
|Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played the three fatally dysfunctional main characters in the hit 1999 teen melodrama "Cruel Intentions," were all smiles when they reunited in Los Angeles on Thursday.|
|More bodies recovered from Texas floodwaters as officials watch river levels|
|Recovery workers digging through debris left by floods in Texas found more bodies Thursday as emergency officials kept a close eye on three rivers swollen by heavy storms over the course of last weekend.|
|America’s PSC Motors announces plans for 1,700-horsepower hybrid supercar|
|Sin City supercar?|
|‘Dementor’ wasp turns cockroaches into zombies|
|It’s the stuff of nightmares – a newly-discovered wasp that turns cockroaches into zombies.|
|Scientists have finally figured where Swiss cheese holes come from, and why they're disappearing|
|One of life's great mysteries has been solved.|
|Millionaire mom gets 18 years in jail for killing disabled son, 8, in NYC hotel|
|A self-made pharmaceuticals millionaire who gave her developmentally disabled 8-year-old son a fatal dose of Ambien and Xanax in 2010 was sentenced to 18 years in prison by a New York City judge Thursday.|
|Airplane window pane comes off while man films flight takeoff|
|Despite the broken piece, crew members assured passenger plastic covering was just protection.|
|The nation's fattest state is...|
|New report shows obesity rate in the US is climbing|
|Manhunt ends with capture of third suspect in shooting of Oklahoma police officer|
|The manhunt for a third suspect in the shooting of an Oklahoma police officer ended Friday with the person’s capture.|
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