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Sophia Loren On Her Comeback: Working With Son Was 'the Joy Of My Life'
In her six-decade career, Sophia Loren hasn't been much for rehearsing, relying more on instinctual performances. But there's one person she made an exception for: her son Edoardo Ponti. To prepare for Human Voice, a new short film he directed that screened at Cannes on May 20, mother and son rehearsed for several weeks. Loren, who is making her first screen appearance since 2009, says "When I started to think about it, I was too young. But I kept it in my heart for a long time. Working on this film was the joy of my life."
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Study: Obamacare ‘Family Glitch’ Could Hit Up To 2 Million People
Close to 2 million Americans could be restricted from Obamacare’s coverage expansions due to the health-care law’s so-called “family glitch,” according to a study from the American Action Forum. Obamacare has expanded eligibility to Medicaid in 27 states and Washington, D.C., and the health-care exchanges offer subsidies and coverage to those who aren’t offered affordable, employer-based coverage nationwide. The “family glitch,” instituted by an IRS ruling, occurs when an employer offers individual coverage through that Obamacare regulations deem affordable (less than 9.5 percent of their income), but doesn’t extend it to their workers’ spouses or children.
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Sleepy Hollow To Reveal The "Shocking Life" And Experiments Of Benjamin Franklin
Sleepy Hollow fans, we are just days away from the season two premiere, mercifully bringing a Ichabod-less hiatus to an end. And what better way to head into the weekend than with a fun tease of what's to come on Fox's breakout hit, including a new twist on Benjamin Franklin? The Founding Father, played by Timothy Busfield, was once Ichabod Crane's mentor, and through flashbacks, viewers will learn a lot about the "shocking life" of "the First American." Of course, Franklin isn't the only historical figure making an appearance on the show--Benedict Arnold will show up, too.
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Analysts: Apple To Set A New Record For IPhone Sales This Weekend
The lines are back. Large crowds of customers queued up for hours — if not days — in cities around the world, like New York, Berlin and Sydney for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. While Apple is expected to have a blockbuster opening weekend for iPhone sales, analysts are split on whether it will set a new record for the company. Walter Piecyk, an analyst with BTIG, expects Apple to sell 10 million new iPhones during the first three days, beating last year's record of 9 million iPhones sold during the launch weekend and doubling the number it sold in the first weekend two years earlier.
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For Followers Of Nigeria's 'Prophet', Building Collapse Was 'Satan's Work'
For supporters of "Prophet" TB Joshua, one of Africa's best-known Christian preachers, the death of at least 80 of his congregation under the rubble of a Lagos guesthouse that collapsed a week ago was no construction accident. A statement on his official Facebook page on Thursday said, "The church views this tragedy as part of an attack on The Synagogue Church Of All Nations. In due course, God will reveal the perpetrators." Most of the deaths were South Africans, and Joshua said he was cooperating with the investigation. According to Nigeria's emergency services, who noted that the Sept. 12 collapse occurred during building work in which extra floors were being added, initially his members had refused entry to rescue workers. Lagos state governor Babatunde Fashola was quoted in the media as saying the church had no permit for the extension.
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Kate Upton Is Good In Bed [PHOTOS]
It should come as no surprise that Kate Upton looks really good in bed, which is exactly why the shoe company Sam Edelman had her hang out in one for its latest fall campaign. A few weeks back, Upton shared a peak into the campaign with this sultry photo of the blonde bombshell lying in bed wearing nothing but a bed sheet and clutching a shoe.
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Japan Finance Minister Aso: No Talk On Forex With U.S. Treasury Secretary Lew
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday there was no discussion on currency moves at his meeting with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. He also said the two agreed on the need to achieve sustainable economic growth in Japan and the United States, as the euro-zone economy stagnates.
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Head Of Immigration Union: America Is Highly Vulnerable To An ISIS Attack
The United States is highly vulnerable to a terrorist attack because of America’s “lax immigration policies,” according to the head of a government union composed of nearly 12,000 immigration officials. Kenneth Palinkas, president of the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council, announced Thursday that there is an “extremely real and serious threat that ISIS has already or will soon slip across our porous southern border.” “[I]t is also essential to warn the public about the threat that ISIS will exploit our loose and lax visa policies to gain entry to the United States,” Palinkas said in a statement obtained by The Daily Caller.
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Russia Fails To Remove Syria Nuclear Probe From IAEA Agenda
Western states defeated a Russian proposal on Friday to remove Syria's alleged past nuclear activities from the agenda of meetings of the U.N. atomic agency, diplomats said. But in a vote that highlighted how polarizing the global political debate has become, China supported Russia's initiative while only a minority of the nations on the International Atomic Energy Agency board - 17 out of 35 - voted against. Security Council, has given Syrian President Bashar al-Assad crucial backing during the civil war, which has killed more than 200,000 people. Venezuela also voted with Russia while most other countries abstained.
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Shi'ite Rebels Shell Yemen State TV, Residents Flee Fighting
Local officials said Armed Shi'ite rebels shelled Yemen's state television in Sanaa on Friday and hundreds of residents were fleeing the capital fearing an escalation of violence after weeks of fighting and protests. Shi'ite Houthi gunmen pushed into the capital Sanaa after clashing with the army on the northwestern outskirts on Thursday and residents of northwest al-Shamlan district said the rebels were advancing along Thalatheen Street, a major route into the western edge of Sanaa. The Houthis fired missiles on Yemen television channel building in Sanaa on Thursday night and the state-owned channel said the shelling continued on Friday morning.