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  1. Chris Rock Claims He Was Stopped By Police Three Times in Two Months, Posts Selfies

    10:52 am 4/1/2015

    Rock captioned the latest photo, "Stopped by the cops again wish me luck."Read more

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  2. Neil deGrasse Tyson: Scientology Is No Different than Judaism, Christianity

    10:40 am 4/1/2015

    "So, you have people who are certain that a man in a robe transforms a cracker into the literal body of Jesus saying that what goes on in Scientology is crazy?" Tyson said.Read more

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  3. Obama Establishes Federal Sanctions to Deal With Cyber Attacks

    8:55 am 4/1/2015

    Obama issued an executive order creating new federal sanctions against overseas hackers — and their corporate beneficiaries — who steal intellectual property and trade secrets.Read more

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  4. David Duchovny: Cigarette-Smoking Man Is Returning to 'X-Files'

    8:53 am 4/1/2015

    Fans who watched the 2002 'X-Files' series finale might find this confusing.Read more

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  5. Kurt Russell Debuts Cryptic 'Furious 7' Clip on 'Kimmel'

    7:28 am 4/1/2015

    The clip introduces a dangerous computer program called "God's Eye."Read more

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  6. Sony Halves Stake in Olympus

    4:47 am 4/1/2015

    Sony says it is unloading the assets, valued at $632 million on Wednesday, to raise money for strategic investments. Read more

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  7. Japan's Toho Chooses Anime Masters to Direct 'Godzilla' Movie

    1:32 am 4/1/2015

    Hideaki Anno, creator of the cult anime series 'Evangelion,' and Shinji Higuchi, are promising the largest monster in the history of the franchise. Read more

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  8. Gary Dahl, Pet Rock Inventor, Dies at 78 (Report)

    5:33 pm 3/31/2015

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  9. Sony to Offer Batman-Themed PlayStation for 'Arkham Knight' Bundle

    1:06 pm 3/31/2015

    For the Batfan who has everything.Read more

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  10. 'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' Sequel Gets Title, Cover

    11:41 am 3/31/2015

    'The Girl in the Spider's Web' publishes Sept. 1 with writer David Lagercrantz taking over for the late Stieg Larsson. Read more

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