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Op-Ed: Did Bob Arum step aside to allow Mayweather's access to Pacquiao?

Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum was absent when Floyd Mayweather talked with Manny Pacquiao during the break of the Miami Heat-Milwaaukee Bucks game at the American Arena in Florida Tuesday and speculations are high that the meeting had the blessing of Arum.

Top bureaucrat restricted from attending Christian worship

Controversy has kicked-off in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, after the state government warned a civil service official from attending or addressing Christian meetings.

Backstreet Boys talk 'Show 'Em What You're Made Of' documentary Special

Brian Littrell from the best-selling group, Backstreet Boys, chatted about their new documentary, "Show 'Em What You're Made Of."

Earth-sized planet hints at ancient solar system life

The Kepler Mission photometer discoered a Sun-like star system with five Earth-like planets transiting ranging in size between Mercury and Venus and opening news scopes of implications.

Government secretly spying on millions of American drivers

Washington - The United States government is tracking the movement of millions of American drivers as part of a secret intelligence program that scans and stores hundreds of millions of motorist records.

10 Spain priests charged in child sex abuse case after pope steps in

Madrid - A Spanish judge charged 10 Catholic priests over the alleged sexual abuse of a teenage altar boy, court papers showed Wednesday, in a case in which Pope Francis intervened.

'PK' becomes highest-grossing Bollywood movie, stokes controversy

The Bollywood movie "PK" which has been at the center of a controversy about religion has capitalized on the free publicity to become the highest-grossing Bollywood film ever.

FBI arrests three Russian spies trying to recruit students

New York City - A Russian spy ring consisting of three intelligence operatives with a Russian intelligence agency was broken Monday when the men were charged with collecting economic intelligence and attempting to recruit spies at a New York City university.

Mayweather and Pacquiao negotiate in person, edge closer to fight

There are some intriguing statements, one from a source who doesn't want to be revealed, that are pouring fuel to the flame of a Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather fight. Surely now the deal will shortly be signed and training will begin.

Teen ax murderer in Japan says 'I just wanted to kill someone'

Tokyo - On Wednesday, Japanese news media is reporting a 19-year old college student murdered a 77-year old woman with an ax and a scarf because she "just wanted to kill someone."

Gorbachev warns of risk of armed conflict in new Cold War

Moscow - The last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Friday accused the United States of drawing Russia into a new Cold War and said he feared hostilities could escalate into armed conflict.

Greece-EU clash spreads to Russia sanctions

Brussels - Greece has created a new headache for the EU by questioning sanctions against Russia over Ukraine but is unlikely to block them for fear of harming its own debt negotiations, analysts and sources say.

Gamergate sucks in Wikipedia with ban controversy

Wikipedia, the online publicly-editable encyclopedia, has issued a restriction on editing to certain users over alleged harassment and violation of civility while editing the "Gamergate controversy" article.

Which North Korean leader is visiting Moscow?

Moscow - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has accepted an invitation from Moscow to visit Russia in May for the celebration of the Soviet victory over Germany in WWII. This will be Kim Jong Un's first visit outside his country.

Ancient skull found in Israel documents migration from Africa

Tel Aviv - Modern humans came out of Africa 60,000 to 40,000 years ago, beginning a migration that eventually was to lay the foundation for our modern world. Now scientists in Israel have found a fossil that documents that journey.

Review: 'KanColle' EP 4 combines magical girls with naval warfare

The latest episode of "KanColle" is lighthearted and incredibly funny compared to the previous episode, which ended in a tragic death.

Greek government to hold first talks with EU leaders

Athens - Greece's radical new government is to hold its first talks with a foreign dignitary on Thursday, hosting the head of the European parliament a day after announcing moves to roll back austerity measures.

Review: Selma — Film on MLK more relevant now than ever

Selma, which dramatizes this southern Alabama episode of Dr. Martin Luther King's odyssey through the American South, is a kick in the gut which enrages, enervates, and inspires all at once.

Canadian dog-walker gets six months in jail for death of six dogs

A dog-walker from Langley, B.C., near Vancouver, has been jailed for six months for killing six dogs in her care. They died because Emma Paulsen left them in her truck with the windows closed on a very hot day last May.

Snapchat introduces 'Discover' in new update

Snapchat released a new update Tuesday which included the new Discover feature, which allows content creators to share information through stories on the Snapchat platform.
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