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Ozzy Osbourne Discusses Pre-Studio Rituals On The Grammys Red Carpet
Black Sabbath looked rad as ever at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. on Sunday, January 26th, where lead singer Ozzy Osbourne and his band mates spoke to E! s' Giulana Rancic on the red carpet. The living legends were nominated in three rock categories for the song "God Is Dead?" and their album "13." "Were there any rituals before you go into the studio?" Rancic asked the musical trio. Ozzy, 65, joked, "Sacrifice your firstborn."
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Relief Over Scotland Gives Way To 'Great Stagnation' Worries
Scotland's rejection of independence and a lack of any fireworks at a Fed meeting last week have calmed investors enough to shift the focus back to what some call the "Great Stagnation", and how to avoid it. The Group of 20 leading nations, meeting at the weekend, said they were tantalizingly close to adding an extra $2 trillion to the global economy and creating millions of new jobs. But Europe's extended stagnation remains a major stumbling block and some big emerging economies are flagging too.
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9 Days In, No Contact With Trooper Slaying Suspect
Nine days after a gunman opened fire in a deadly ambush at a state police barracks, authorities have had no contact with the suspect they describe as a self-taught survivalist despite an intensive search that shut down the heavily wooded community where he lived with his parents. Though a shelter-in-place order had been lifted in the Pocono Mountains community where police have focused their search, they continued to urge residents to be vigilant Sunday as the manhunt continues for Eric Frein. A state police spokesman said no contact had been made with Frein, who was placed on the FBI's Most Wanted list after the Sept. 12 shooting at a nearby police barracks that left one trooper dead and a second wounded. Police on Friday descended on the community where Frein, 31, had lived with his parents, ordering residents to stay inside their homes and preventing anyone outside the neighborhood from returning to their homes.
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Pope Slams Extremists For 'Perverting' Religion
Pope Francis denounced how extremists around the world are perverting religion to justify violence as he arrived Sunday in Albania, a Balkan nation where Christians and Muslims endured brutal religious oppression under communism but today live and work together peacefully. Security was unusually tight for Francis' visit to the majority Muslim country amid reports that militants who trained in Iraq and Syria had returned and might pose a threat. In his opening speech, Francis said Albania's interreligious harmony was an inspiring example for the world, showing that Christian-Muslim coexistence was not only possible but beneficial for a country's development.
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2nd Security Incident At White House In 2 Days
One man was carrying a weapon; the other had reportedly attempted to slip by security before. New details have emerged about two recent security breaches at the White House. According to a Secret Service affidavit filed Saturday, the man who jumped a fence at the White House late Friday and made it through the North Portico doors was carrying a folding knife in his pants pocket.
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Security Clash With Kurds On Turkey Syria Border
Turkish security forces fired tear gas and water cannons on dozens of Kurds at the border with Syria where tens of thousands of Syrian Kurdish refugees have streamed across to escape the Islamic State group. Authorities temporarily closed the border and refugees were piling on the Syrian side of the frontier. There were conflicting reports as to what caused the clashes on Sunday.
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UN: 70,000 Syrians Escape Fighting To Turkey
The U.N. refugee agency says some 70,000 Syrians have crossed into Turkey in the past 24 hours to escape fighting between Kurdish forces and the Islamic State group. A spokeswoman for the agency says most of those coming across the border near Syria's northern town of Kobani are Kurdish women, children and elderly. Selin Unal told the Associated Press on Sunday that "people are still coming" and urged the international community to step up its aid for Syrian refugees in Turkey, already numbering some 1.5 million.
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Turkish Security Forces Clash With Kurds
Turkish security forces on Sunday fired tear gas and water on dozens of Kurds in a village on the border with Syria where tens of thousands of Syrian Kurdish refugees have streamed into Turkey to escape the fighting with militants of the Islamic State group. Authorities temporarily closed the border and refugees were piling on the Syrian side of the frontier. There were conflicting reports as to what caused the clashes.
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Security Breach Prompts More White House Security
The Secret Service is boosting security outside the White House following an embarrassing security breach in which an intruder with a knife scaled the White House fence and made it all the way inside before agents managed to stop him. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson is ordering increased surveillance and more officer patrols around the north fence. The new measures come as the elite agency seeks to allay concerns about its ability to keep President Barack Obama safe.
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Microsoft Delays Launch Of Its Xbox One Console In China
Microsoft Corp has delayed the launch of its Xbox One game console in China, which had been set for release on Tuesday, but the world's biggest software company said it would be released by the end of the year. Microsoft did not give a reason for the delay in a statement on Sunday. The delay is the latest in a series of setbacks for Microsoft in China, where it is under investigation for suspected anti-trust violations related to the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office.