|Obama sends Congress record $4.1T budget plan|
|It didn’t take Republicans long to respond to President Obama’s record $4.1 trillion budget proposal – labeling it “a progressive manual for growing the federal government at the expense of hardworking Americans," as House Speaker Paul Ryan put it.|
|$220,000 Oscar swag bag includes sex toys, breast enhancements, Chapstick|
|Vapes, sex toys, breast enhancements, and Japanese walking vacations are just some of the gifts included in this year's $220,000 Oscar swag bag.|
|Candace Cameron Bure is uncomfortable with foul language on ‘The View’|
|Candace Cameron Bure made it known on Tuesday she is uncomfortable when her “View” co-hosts use a certain term to refer to women.|
|The dangerous business of ship salvage|
|It’s one of the most dangerous jobs in the world – and it can pay as low as a dollar a day.|
|Sanders closing Clinton's national polling lead, as NH votes|
|If polls are to be believed, Hillary Clinton's once commanding national lead over Bernie Sanders appears to have evaporated in a matter of days -- pointing to trouble ahead for the former secretary of state as voters cast their ballots Tuesday in Sanders-friendly New Hampshire.|
|'Family Feud' contestant won't change answer|
|Steve Harvey was nearly driven insane by one "Family Feud" contestant that kept giving the same answer.|
|FarmBorough Festival 2016 canceled|
|The 2016 FarmBorough Festival has been canceled, just over a week after tickets went on sale.|
|Texas prosecutor busted for drunken driving|
|Cops arrested a Texas prosecutor for driving while intoxicated after she slammed her Hyundai sedan into a parked car in Austin early Sunday morning.|
|Liam Neeson admits to dating 'incredibly famous' woman|
|Liam Neeson says he is dating an “incredibly famous” woman seven years after losing his wife Natasha Richardson in a skiing accident.|
|Dunkin’ Donuts stores accused of overcharging customers|
|The stores allegedly violated state regulations by charging customers sales tax on items like pre-packaged bags of coffee beans.|
|Iowa Democrats stonewalling on vote totals, but past numbers were available|
|After the ridiculously close squeaker in the Iowa caucuses, the state’s Democratic Party said it couldn’t release the raw vote totals for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.That simply isn’t how they do business, party officials insisted.|
|Beyoncé references Black Panther Party at Super Bowl halftime show|
|When Beyoncé took to the field during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, she apparently had a political message to convey.|
|'OITNB' actress Taryn Manning sues NYC for $10M for 'false arrest'|
|“Orange Is the New Black” star Taryn Manning wants the city to cough up $10 million, saying she was falsely arrested in 2014 and accused of threatening the very person who had been stalking her, according to a petition filed Monday in Manhattan Supreme Court.|
|Caught on video: British man trips suspect running from police|
|A British man became a local hero Tuesday when he tripped a suspected drug dealer running from police, leading to the man’s capture, Sky News reports.|
|Denver Broncos Ford Bronco is the ultimate fan-mobile|
|How much Budweiser fits in the back of a Bronco?|
|Man killed by meteorite in India, say government officials|
|Authorities in India say that a small object that plunged from the sky and killed a man on Saturday was a meteorite.|
|Wife of ISIS leader charged in US in death of American hostage Kayla Mueller|
|The wife of a senior Islamic State leader killed in a U.S. raid last year has been charged in federal court with contributing to the death of American hostage Kayla Mueller, the Justice Department said Monday.|
|World's heaviest person walks for first time after weight loss|
|A 17-year-old boy who once weighed more than 1,000 pounds has walked for the first time in his teenage life.|
|Top intel official confirms ISIS made, used chemical weapons|
|The nation’s top intelligence official confirmed Tuesday that the Islamic State has succeeded in making and deploying chemical agents in Iraq and Syria -- calling it the first such attack by an extremist group in more than two decades.|
|Pro-choice group cries foul over Doritos commercial 'Ultrasound'|
|A pro-choice group kicked off a corn chip controversy Sunday night when it mocked a Doritos commercial as being “antichoice” for using the “tactic of humanizing fetuses.”|
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