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Mila Kunis left a yoga class in LA on Thursday, showing off her baby bump in a tank and sweats. The solo outing comes after some recent adventures with her fiancé, Ashton Kutcher, including a trip to New Orleans and a weekend at the Stagecoach Music Festival in Indio, CA, last month. According to sources close to Mila and Ashton, the couple is expecting a baby girl — hopefully they will share some more sweet social media snaps as their family grows!
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The government in India's northern state of Bihar has ordered an investigation after reports that a Hindu temple was cleaned and its idols washed after a visit by the state's chief minister, who belongs to a lower caste community. Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, a member of the Musahar community, said he had been told the shrine in Bihar's Madhubani district was "purified" after he visited it last month. Manjhi, who is from the Janata Dal United party, told journalists on Monday, "I have asked the local divisional commissioner and inspector general of police to probe the case and bring out the truth." Leaders across political lines condemned the incident and said stern action should be taken against those responsible.
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Pharrell continues the promotion for his G I R L album today with the new video for "It Girl." In the animated video directed by Mr. Fantasia Utamaro , Skateboard P goes on an animated adventure to track down the girl of his dreams while the uplifting, and fun cut serves as the soundtrack for the wild experience that is highlighted by the stunning animated visuals and clever storyline. Pharrell's G I R L album is available for purchase on iTunes.
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U.S. Home Prices Rise Less Than Expected In July: S&P/Case-Shiller
U.S. single-family home prices rose in July on a year-over-year basis but fell short of expectations, a closely watched survey said on Tuesday. The S&P/Case Shiller composite index of 20 metropolitan areas gained 6.7 percent in July year over year, shy of expectations for a 7.5 percent rise. On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, prices in the 20 cities fell 0.5 percent in July.
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Adam Levine Stalks Behati Prinsloo, Gets Naked And Bloody In Maroon 5's "Animals" Video--Watch Now!
Adam Levine is a total creep—in Maroon 5's "Animals" music video, that is! In the seriously creepy clip, the Voice coach plays a disturbed butcher obsessed with his real life wife, Behati Prinsloo. In the video, though, the Victoria's Secret Angel is unaware that a stalker is, as the lyrics say, "preying" on her day and night. Levine's infatuation with the blond beauty begins when she purchases a cut of meat from the butcher shop where he works.
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Records, Photos Of Famed US WWII Bombers Go Online
Remaining members of World War II's 13th Air Force's famous 307th Bombardment Group, their family members and Ancestry.com's military records site Fold3 are working to keep alive the group's memory by collecting and digitizing thousands of photographs, military orders and other memorabilia. The records are being posted online as part of a searchable database. The effort is taking on particular urgency because only a handful of the veterans — known as the "Long Rangers" — are still alive today. Most of them are around 90 years old. Historians say the experiences of the 307th Bombardment Group are priceless. Thousands of men were part of the group, including Louis Zamperini, whose story of survival after being shot down over the Pacific is the subject of a best-selling book and Angelina Jolie's new movie "Unbroken," coming out in December.
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Afghans Prepares To Sign Deal With U.S. Allowing Troops To Stay
Afghanistan's new government led by President Ashraf Ghani was on Tuesday due to sign a long-delayed bilateral security agreement with the United States that will allow U.S. troops to stay beyond the end of this year when their combat mission ends. But all of the main candidates in a presidential election this year said they supported the pact, which will also let U.S. forces keep military bases in Afghanistan. He also called on the Taliban and their militant allies to join peace talks. "Security is a main demand of our people, and we are tired of this war," Ghani said.
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How Apple's Tax Structure Works
The European Union’s allegation that tax deals granted to Apple Inc. in Ireland amount to illegal state aid gives a new window into how big companies use border-skipping structures that sidestep most corporate income tax, particularly in Europe. Take a consumer who walks into the Apple Store in Munich to buy an unlocked iPhone. That roughly €500 goes to Apple Retail Germany GmbH, which pulled in revenue of €268 million or $337 million for the year ended Sept. 2012, according to a corporate filing. But Apple Retail Germany doesn’t pocket the money. It in turn paid €205 million for goods in 2012, and actually posted a €18 million loss after staffing and other costs, the filing says.
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Northern Afghans Threaten To Rebel If Power-sharing Deal Fails
Afghans in a strategically important province north of the capital have threatened to rebel if the country's new president does not respect an agreement to share power with their chosen leader, Abdullah Abdullah. Ashraf Ghani, a former finance minister, was sworn in as president on Monday, ending the stand-off with Abdullah, an ex-foreign minister, over who won the vote. Stability will now depend on how well the alliance holds. The new president is an ethnic Pashtun with a support base in the east and south of the country, while Abdullah is backed by Tajiks, who make up most of the population in Panjshir and other northern areas.
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John Malkovich To Receive Zurich Film Festival Lifetime Honor
Double Oscar-nominee John Malkovich will be honored for his life's work with the Golden Eye award at this year's Zurich International Film Festival. Malkovich's career stretches back nearly three decades and has included everything from the acclaimed period drama Dangerous Liaisons to action thrillers In the Line of Fire, Con Air and the RED franchise to the self-referential dramedy of Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich in 1999.