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Obama Hails U.S.-French Alliance
President Obama welcomed France's Francois Hollande to the White House on Tuesday, marking the first time that the French have been honored with a state visit in nearly 20 years. In remarks at a formal welcoming ceremony on the White House South Lawn, Obama reflected on the long ties between the U.S. and France, dating back to the U.S. and French revolutions.
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Arian Foster -- Rips Anheuser-Busch ... 'Selling Poison On That High Horse'
Arian Foster is GOING OFF on Anheuser-Busch for daring to criticize the league's handling of domestic violence crisis, saying that the beer giant is, "Selling poison on that high horse." The Houston Texans running back's blood was clearly boiling when he read AB's statement, which said it was "not yet satisfied with the league's handling of behaviors that so clearly go against our own company culture and moral code." Foster responded on Twitter saying "Lol ok, alcohol company. Selling poison on that high horse. Domestic violence and alcohol damn near synonymous."
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Nasim Pedrad Reveals Her Uncanny Aziz Ansari Impression
Nasim Pedrad may be known for her spot-on impression of Kim Kardashian, but she also has another well-known A-Lister in her repertoire. Pedrad stopped by Conan to chat about her role on FOX's upcoming comedy show Mulaney . During the interview, Conan revealed a previously unaired Saturday Night Live sketch where Pedrad played comedian Aziz Ansari. Sadly we may never get the chance to treat ourselves to another Ansari impression now that Pedrad has left Saturday Night Live , but at least we can enjoy this one over and over again.
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Hunt On For Survivalist Charged In Trooper Killing
Hundreds of law enforcement officers fanned out across the dense northeastern Pennsylvania woods Tuesday in the hunt for a heavily armed survivalist suspected of ambushing two troopers as part of a deadly vendetta against police. Eric Matthew Frein of Canadensis, is "extremely dangerous" and residents in the area should be alert and cautious. State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said at a news conference in which he revealed the suspect's name, "He has made statements about wanting to kill law enforcement officers and also to commit mass acts of murder."
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Olivia Wilde Wears No Makeup, Dresses In Drab Clothing For New Movie: See Her Makeunder!
Olivia Wilde is going the opposite of glam for her latest movie. The 30-year-old actress and new mom was photographed in NYC Monday filming scenes for her upcoming flick Meadowland without a stitch of makeup on. Wilde looked fresh-faced and au naturale without any cosmetics covering her skin. But no makeup was only half of the gorgeous star's makeunder. Wilde also donned drab clothing for her new part. According to the actress, filming has been going pretty splendidly.
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Boeing-Lockheed Venture Wins $938 Million In U.S. Rocket Launch Deal
United Launch Alliance, a joint venture of Boeing Co and Lockheed Martin Corp, has won a contract from the U.S. Air Force for $938 million in additional work on military rocket launch services. According to the Pentagon, the deal will fund additional work in areas such as mission assurance, program management, systems engineering, integration of the space vehicle with the launch vehicle, launch site and range operations, and launch infrastructure maintenance and sustainment.
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NFL Abuse Scandal Fallout Continues: Official Beer Sponsor Anheuser-Busch Is "Disappointed And Concerned"
Could anything sound scarier to the National Football League than losing the support of the official beer sponsor of the NFL? Anheuser-Busch, which buys up the most Super Bowl commercial space every year, released its own statement today urging the league to get to the bottom of how everything got so messed up in the first place and change its ways. The St. Louis brewing company said "We are disappointed and increasingly concerned by the recent incidents that have overshadowed this NFL season. We are not yet satisfied with the league's handling of behaviors that so clearly go against our own company culture and moral code. We have shared our concerns and expectations with the league."
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Pakistani Islamists Use Floods To Turn Opinion Against India
Hafiz Saeed, widely considered one of South Asia's most dangerous militants, has no doubt who is to blame for devastating floods that have submerged swathes of Pakistani countryside and claimed hundreds of lives. Saeed told Reuters "India irrigates its deserts and dumps extra water on Pakistan without any warning. If we don't stop India now, Pakistan will continue to face this danger." Saeed's comments echo many Pakistanis who believe that rival India uses its upstream dams to manipulate how much water flows down to Pakistani wheat and cotton fields, with some describing it as a "water bomb" designed to weaken its neighbor.
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Here's Mark Wahlberg Explaining His Marky Mark Vision In 1991
Back in the early '90s, Mark Wahlberg gave us plenty of memorable Marky Mark moments , and now there's a must-see 1991 interview that's resurfaced. In it, Marky Mark cruises around San Francisco, flexing his biceps and explaining his music philosophy. He says, "Basically, my music is me," explaining how his music career differs from that of his brother Donnie Wahlberg, a member of New Kids on the Block.
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Saudi Court Sentences Two To Death, Jails 13 Over Attack
The kingdom's state news agency said on Tuesday, a court in Saudi Arabia sentenced two men to death and 13 others to long prison terms after they were accused of killing a policeman and three civilians and forming an al Qaeda cell in prison. Saudi Arabia has arrested thousands of suspected militants since al Qaeda supporters waged a wave of attacks on residential compounds for foreign workers and on Saudi government facilities starting in 2003, killing dozens.