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Kristen Bell Talks Perks Of Pregnant Sex -- And A Pregnant Sex Tape!?
The "House of Lies" starlet shared a funny secret about her sex life on "Conan" Tuesday, revealing that her husband Dax Shepard felt like he was cheating on her when they were intimate while she was pregnant. "Dax mentioned that he loved it when you were pregnant," the talk show host said during the interview. "He says he likes some meat on my bones -- he phrased it as 'there's more of you to love,'" the new mom explained. Bell also revealed that her baby bump was part of a sex tape scene on her racy Showtime show.
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Apple Cauterizing HealthKit At Launch Shows How High The Stakes Are
Apple introduced HealthKit to developers at its WWDC event in June, along with a Health app which acts as a repository for viewing all the health and fitness data collated via HealthKit. The idea behind HealthKit is to make it easier for health and fitness data to flow between apps, with fine-grained user permissions built in, allowing the user to control and build up a more holistic — and therefore useful — overview of their personal wellness, using whatever combination of health and fitness iOS apps and devices they choose.But such was the serious nature of the last minute HealthKit bug that Apple locked the tool down entirely — so it’s effectively not in the current version of iOS 8. Cupertino also pulled apps with HealthKit integration off the App Store. This caused considerable headaches for developers who had lined up HealthKit integration to be there from the start of iOS 8.
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Guinea Mob Kills Team Of 8 Health Officials, Journalists On Ebola Awareness Trip
The team of health officials accompanied by journalists came to the village to educate people about how to avoid contracting Ebola. Witnesses say, a group of local residents turned on their would-be benefactors, attacking them with knives and rocks and killing eight of them. Guinea's government said in a statement Friday that six people have been arrested in connection with the attack earlier this week on the health and government officials, who were conducting disinfection and providing education on prevention methods.
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Mom: Jailed Marine 'highly Despondent'
A U.S. Marine reservist who has been held in a Mexican prison for more than six months on a weapons charge is "highly despondent" and his mental health has dramatically deteriorated in recent days, his mother said. Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi is currently in the El Hongo Penitentiary in Tecate, Mexico, where he was transferred after allegations of torture at the prison where he was first incarcerated.
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Ferrari’s Alonso Seizes Pole For 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso managed to set the fastest time during qualifying today for the 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, securing pole position for himself and his team. Starting next to him on the grid tomorrow will be Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s rising star Daniel Ricciardo, who was just five hundredths of a second off the pace of the Spaniard. Going into tomorrow’s race, Nico Rosberg leads the 2014 Drivers’ Championship with 238 points.
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Shots Fired In Hunt For Suspect In Trooper's Slaying
Police in Pennsylvania appeared to be closing in Friday night on the suspect in the slaying of a state trooper. A local government official told CNN, police have surrounded a home where Eric Matthew Frein is believed to be hiding. The home, which was broken into, is not far from Frein's family home in Canadensis, in the Poconos Mountains. The official said, police exchanged gunfire in the area with an individual believed to be Frein. State police asked residents in the Price and Barrett townships of Monroe County to stay inside their homes due to the police activity. Frein is being sought in the death of Cpl. Byron Dickson in a September 12 ambush outside the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Blooming Grove. He's also suspected of wounding another officer.
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Japan's Controversial Miike To Get Rome Film Award
Organisers said Saturday. Japanese director Takashi Miike, whose violent and often controversial films boast a huge cult following, will be awarded the 2014 Maverick Director Award at the Rome film festival. Artistic director Marco Muller, former head of the Venice film festival, said the 54-year-old had been chosen for the award "for the recurring power of his creative imagination and the courage of his ideas." He said, Miike has tried his hand at every genre: when he has chosen to shatter them it has always been to recompose them better in unpredictable mixes."
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Man Jumps White House Fence, Bursts Through Doors
Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary said a man jumped a fence at the White House late Friday and made it through the North Portico doors into the building before he was captured. Part of the White House was evacuated after a disturbance was initially detected on the North Lawn, according to a CNN reporter who was among those hustled from the building. The suspect, 42-year-old Omar Gonzalez of Copperas Cove, Texas, was apprehended just after making it inside the doors. He was taken to George Washington Medical Center for a medical evaluation.
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Rob Kardashian -- NOT A DADDY!
Rob Kardashian is NOT a daddy ... he's intentionally punked the media by tweeting out some not-so-cryptic hints he's a father and then watching the lies spiral out of control online. Rob was testing the media Thursday night by tweeting, "Was with my baby mama tonight." Various outlets immediately took the bait, but here's the thing ... there is no baby mama and no baby. Rob's been taking heat for his weight and substance abuse. Not a bad diversionary tactic.
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German Industry Lobby Cuts Growth Forecast On Crises
Germany's main industry lobby has cut its 2014 growth forecasts for Europe's largest economy, saying the crises in Ukraine, Iraq and the Middle East were creating uncertainty for companies. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said in its online edition the BDI industry association had reduced its 2014 growth forecast to about 1.5 percent from a previous 2 percent. Uncertainty is increasing," the paper quoted BDI president Ulrich Grillo as saying. Grillo said sanctions against Russia - although needed - were "really hurting" German companies active there.