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Steve Harvey to Return as the 2018 'Miss Universe' Host

Steve Harvey will return as the host of the 2018 Miss Universe competition.
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April the Giraffe Is Pregnant With Calf No. 5

April the Giraffe is pregnant.. again!
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Mattress Firm to Launch New Fall Internship at BEDQuarters

Mattress Firm may just have created your dream job. Starting this Fall, the company is giving students the opportunity to become their first-ever Snoozetern.
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Faster delivery of nearly everything is the next big thing

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO and DAVID KOENIG , AP Business Writers NEW YORK (AP) — Waiting is so yesterday. Shoppers increasingly want their orders to arrive at their doorsteps as soon as they click a button, whether it's a hot meal, groceries or a sofa. In response, retailers are betting big on delivery...
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Chrissy Teigen Announces Second Cookbook, ‘Cravings: Hungry For More’

Chrissy Teigen announced that her second cookbook is on the way.
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Grammys Increase Number of Nominations in General Field Categories

Some major changes have been announced for the GRAMMYs four general fields.
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Planters Cheez Balls Return!

Nothing tastes like childhood more than Planters Cheez Balls - Well, maybe Tang. Tang and Planters Cheez Balls. The point is, this can of food nostalgia is set for a reboot. Planters announced that the these poofy, gold-dusted nuggets will return to shelves for a limited time. "We've heard many...
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Clarinetist Wins Lawsuit After Ex-Girlfriend Fakes School Rejection Letter

It's been an emotional journey for this talented clarinetist. It all began in 2014 when Eric Abramovitz received a rejection letter from Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles.
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WATCH: Gwen Stefani Dances to "Hollaback Girl" at Weekend Wedding

Gwen Stefani took to the dance floor at a wedding this past weekend to show off her dance moves to one of her most iconic tracks ever released
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California moves to require solar panels on all new homes

Jumping out ahead of the rest of the country, California on Wednesday moved to require solar panels on all new homes and low-rise apartment buildings starting in 2020.
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