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Lake Bell Is Pregnant
Lake Bell is expecting her first child with husband Scott Campbell. The actress-slash-writer-slash-director debuted her baby bump alongside Scott when they attended the Vanity Fair party at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC on Wednesday. The couple got married last June in New Orleans in front of a slew of their A-list pals, including Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston, and Cameron Diaz. Lake recently stripped down for a topless photoshoot for the May issue of Esquire, but dropped no hints about her upcoming baby.
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PKK Militants Call On Turkish Kurds To Fight Islamic State In Syria
The Kurdistan Workers Party,, also known as the PKK, which has spent three decades fighting for autonomy for Turkey's Kurds, called on Thursday for the youth of the country's mostly Kurdish southeast to join the fight against Islamic State militants in northern Syria. The party said in a statement on its website, "The youth of northern Kurdistan should go to Kobane and take part in the historic, honorable resistance."
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Tina Fey Planned Daughter Alice's Epic Surprise Party...With Alec Baldwin Masks?
30 Rock might be over, but Tina Fey just can't get away from Alec Baldwin ! On Wednesday's Late Night With Seth Meyers , the This Is Where I Leave You star talked about daughter Alice 's surprise birthday party and how Jack Donaghy somehow made an appearance. Tina said, "We had this whole thing of dress up and have a disguise. So Mama Fey "got all these wigs and things and like a generic mask and whatever." "But then I got the pictures back," she said, "and what had appeared to be a generic- in all the pictures [it] looks exactly like Alec Baldwin!" Seth saw the humor, too, telling Tina, "Nothing's funnier to me than a little girl who's like, "I want to be Alec Baldwin!'"
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GM Recalling Natural Gas-powered Vans Due To Possible Leak
General Motors will recall about 3,200 vans powered by natural gas because of the possibility of a gas leak that increases the risk of a fire. GM said it knows of no fires, crashes or injuries related to this issue. The alternative to conventional gasoline vans is the 2011 to 2014 model year Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana. There are 3,196 of the vans registered in the United States and another 13 in Canada, GM said.
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Obama Will Have 'Personal Control' Over Strikes: Report
According to a new report, the U.S. military will be required to obtain the personal signoff of President Barack Obama for its strikes in Syria. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Obama will exert “a high degree of personal control” over the military strategy against ISIS in Syria, as the U.S. seeks to avoid becoming too deeply involved in that country’s civil war. The paper reports, the military strategy in Iraq will not have such strict requirements for presidential approval.
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Happy Constitution Day! Ninth Circuit Affirms That It’s Illegal To Wear American Flag Shirts On Cinco De Mayo
It’s official: the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued an order declining a request for an en banc hearing in a case involving four students in at a California high school who were sent home for wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo. The full slate of Ninth Circuit judges has thus agreed with a lower district court and with a trio of appellate judges that officials at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif. could censor students who wanted to wear flag-emblazoned shirts. The federal appeals court issued its denial of an en banc hearing on Sept. 17 — Constitution Day. “[N]o further petitions shall be permitted,” the court ordered.
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The Maze Runner: Can The Young Adult Movie Match The Success Of The Hunger Games?
The Maze Runner is on track to debut with $30 million or more. The 20th Century Fox movie, in theaters tomorrow, was adapted from the first novel in James Dashner's best-selling trilogy. Directed by Wes Ball, it stars Dylan O'Brien as Thomas, a boy who wakes up trapped in a maze. The other boys there have created a society with three basic principles: be helpful, don't hurt anyone and don't go behind the walls. Thomas has no memory of the outside world other than dreams about a mysterious organization known as W.C.K.D. If he hopes to survive, his only option is to escape. The movie also stars Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Patricia Clarkson, and Blake Cooper
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Fey, Bateman Have Off-screen Chemistry, Too
In the new big-screen adaption of the best-selling Jonathan Topper novel "This Is Where I Leave You," Tina Fey and Jason Bateman portray siblings with tight ties that bind. Just minutes after sitting down with the actors recently as they promoted the sprawling ensemble dramedy, opening Friday, it was clear that Fey and Bateman had developed a real-life rapport, as well. Bateman said "If it's chemistry, I guess that's what they call it — but, we just ... she's a nice lady."
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Department Of Justice, Media Matters Coordinate To Attack Reporter
Since when does the Department of Justice coordinate with an obviously liberal media organization to go after a conservative reporter? It’s official: At least since 2011. In email exchanges obtained by The Daily Caller in two separate FOIA requests, a coordinated effort to slam Breitbart News reporter Matthew Boyle emerged. To be sure, Boyle is not a reporter who is beloved by other reporters and he’s been critiqued on any number of matters that include his youthful chipmunk cheeks, his previously questionable Twitter avatar and his TV skills. But his beat was DOJ and Eric Holder and shouldn’t a reporter be commended for going after an enterprising story or two on his beat?
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Yellen Doesn't Comment On Policy At Conference On Savings
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen did not comment on the central bank's most recent policy decisions or the U.S. economy in pre-recorded remarks to a conference on savings among low-income families on Thursday. Yellen's remarks were delivered to a meeting of the Corporation for Enterprise Development a day after the Fed's main policy committee decided to keep its current interest rate guidance intact. The short statement by the Fed chair noted that the financial position of many low and middle income families remained below where it was before the 2007 to 2009 financial crisis as a result of depressed housing values and a drop in income.