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Bruno Mars Celebrated His Birthday By ‘Hiring’ Ed Sheeran

With a special birthday serenade from Ed Sheeran, of course. Finesse” singer shared online showed him eating cake backstage at his “Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena ― as Sheeran sang “Happy Birthday” to him: When Sheeran finished his reworked rendition, Mars playfully ordered him to do it “again.” Sheeran, who in August “You know you’ve made it when you can hire Ed Sheeran to sing you Happy Birthday,” Mars lightheartedly captioned the clip. As did some of his celebrity fans: RELATED COVERAGE Ed Sheeran's 'Carpool Karaoke' Is Everything We Hoped For Ed Sheeran…

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Is Iceland’s Katla Volcano Really About To Erupt?

You might have heard that Katla, an Icelandic volcano, is about to erupt and shut down European airspace in a way that would make the Eyjafjallajökull event in 2010 seem like nothing more than a bonfire. The funny thing is that none of this is true. These claims are based on a fascinating new study that expressly does not make any predictive claims about the volcano. The paper’s lead author, Dr Evgenia Ilyinskaya of the University of Leeds, took to Twitter to lament how the research has been portrayed by the press…

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The website BrettKavanaugh.com is now a powerful resource for sexual assault survivors.

BrettKavanaugh.com America may be stuck with Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court but one group is brilliantly using his name to support sexual assault survivors. If you type in the url BrettKavanaugh.com you will be directed to a site full of resources, information and links produced to assist assault survivors. A message on the site reads: The start of Brett Kavanaugh’s tenure on the Supreme Court may look like a victory for one interest group or another. But, more importantly, it is putting a national focus on the issue of…

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Snaps Awesome Panorama Of Mars With One Mysterious Feature

NASA has released an awesome panorama of the surface of Mars taken by its Curiosity rover – although predictably some have found hidden meaning in the image. On August 9, the rover took images of its surroundings at a location called Vera Rubin Ridge, allowing NASA to produce a 360-degree panorama of the area. The skies look particularly dusty, as Mars is just recovering from a global dust storm that has left the Opportunity rover in the lurch. By stitching together images NASA was also able to show a view…

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Guatemala’s former vice-president jailed for 15 years on corruption charges

Roxana Baldetti was found guilty of fraud for involvement in a bogus multimillion-dollar scheme to clean up a contaminated lake Guatemalas former vice-president Roxana Baldetti has been jailed for more than 15 years on corruption charges linked to a multimillion-dollar fraud over a bogus scheme to clean up a contaminated lake, thanks to an investigation backed by the UN crime fighting force. Public prosecutors backed by the battling to save the in defiance of court orders ruling the ban unconstitutional. Velsquez welcomed Baldettis verdict brought down the of Read more:…

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21 Rip-Roaring Pranks Pulled Off By Famous People

Cracked pays people to make smart memes. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get in on it. We tend to think of celebrities as either too dignified or too busy being fancy to spend time on anything as goofy as pranks. As it happens, we’re dead-wrong about that. It turns out that famous people are constantly mixed up in elaborate, clever, and occasionally mean-spirited pranks. For example … 20 Entry by burritomouth 17 Entry by Harvey Sapigao 14 Entry by Timon DJ Spajic 11 Entry by TaiGin 8 Entry…

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‘The horse knew me’: Liam Neeson and Russell Crowe on working with animal stars

He whinnied when he saw me, says Neeson as other actors claim horses theyve worked with recognised them from previous film sets In show business, the adage goes, never work with children or animals. But if you do have work with horses, apparently, theres a chance theyll remember you. Liam Neeson this week bemused audiences in New York and rallied other actors like Russell Crowe with his claim that a horse on the set of his latest movie recognised him because they had previously worked together. Neeson plays a travelling…

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Women are the future of the Democratic party

(CNN)In the lead-up to the midterm elections, a new CNN poll offers some good news for Democrats — thanks to women. In other words, any impending Democratic victory will likely be thanks to women. But we aren’t just voting. A record number of us are running for office this year. Female donors are giving more money than ever to midterm races. We are working on campaigns, door-knocking, fundraising, and showing up at marches and protests. Join us on Twitter and Facebook And finally, the Democratic Party needs to support women…

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Wedding photographer praised after video of her pushing stepmother out of the way at ceremony goes viral

“I politely asked several times for [the stepmother] to move,” Easterling told The Daily Mail of the footage. “She popped off something smart… I told her I was the paid photographer, then she told me I wasn’t doing my job and walked right in front of me. Nope. I’m paid to do a job, and dang- this girl is doing her job one way or the other.” Trending in Lifestyle Read more: https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/wedding-photographer-praised-after-video-of-her-pushing-stepmother-out-of-the-way-at-ceremony-goes-viral

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