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Newsweek Magazine Sold to IBT Media, Focusing on Online Expansion
Newsweek, the renowned yet ailing weekly news magazine owned by IAC/InterActiveCorp, has been acquired by IBT Media, the company announced on Saturday.
CDC: 77 Percent of Babies are Breast Fed, Numbers are on the Rise
Half of all new moms in the US now breastfeed their babies for the recommended minimum of six months, according to a report released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday, ahead of breast feeding week from August 1 - 7.
Woman Sues Equifax Over Inaccuracies and Receives $18.6 Million, Over 20 Percent of Credit Reports Have Errors
Woman sues Equifax over inaccuracies on her credit report and was awarded $18.6 million, according to reports.
Explosion Floors Row of Philadelphia Home, 8 Injured Including Baby [VIDEO]
A row of homes collapsed in Philadelphia Monday morning following a possible gas leak, leaving at least 8 people injured including a baby, CBS station KYW reports.
Photo Proves Beyonce has Always Been Fierce, Pushes New Album to 2014 [PHOTO]
Some people are just born with the x-factor and Beyonce is clearly one of them. The singer posted a throwback photo on Tumblr on Saturday of herself rocking a diva-looking attired when she was just a young girl.
79 Counts of Homicide: Spain Train Crash Driver Faces Charges for Speeding 118 MPH around Corner [VIDEO]
79 counts of homicide charges is what Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, the driver of a train that hurtled off the rails in Spain is facing after the tragic accident occurred last week Wednesday, and has been released on bail pending trial, a judge said Sunday evening, according to reports.
Pepsi's Naked Juice to Remove 'All Natural' from Packaging, Agrees to Test for GMO Ingredients
As the battle against GMO ingredients continue, PepsiCo owned Naked juices are the latest to announce they will remove the term "all natural" from their packaging after a lawsuit complained that the drinks contain ingredients that don't fit that bill.
DMX Arrested for DUI, Rep Says Rapper Passed Breathalyzer Test
DMX arrested again? Rapper and actor DMX has been arrested again in South Carolina and charged with driving under the influence, according to TMZ.
Why Religions Will Become Extinct by 2041, Researcher Explains
Religion will become extinct by 2041 as the world becomes more developed and wealthier,, proclaims a new study by a noted author and biopsychologist Nigel Barber.
'47 Ronin' Trailer Released: First Look of Keanu Reeves as Japanese Samurai
47 Ronin trailer has finally been released after the movie project has been five years in the making. The trailer offers the first glimpse of Keanu Reeves' as a sword-wielding warrior in new movie.
Bridget Jones is Back: New Book Cover Suggests She Had a Baby [PHOTO]
Bridget Jones is returning to bookshelves after we last saw the heroine some 14 years ago, with the release of author Helen Fielding new book titled Mad About the Boy.
Woman Freaks Out at Apple Store After Being told to Wait in Long Line
It's usually recommended to make an appointment if you need some sort of service - whether it's to get your car checked out or if you need some Apple Genius help. One woman was caught on camera having a complete breakdown after she was told she would need to wait in line at the Apple store.
Jane Austen to be the New Face of £10 in 2016 [PHOTO]
Jane Austen the "Pride and Prejudice" author will become the new face of the 10-pound note, bowing to public outrage over the possibility that only male historical figures would be represented on British currency.
Michael Pilato Receives 15 Years to Life for Killing Dad, Two Brothers
Convicted teenage murderer Michael Pilato who killed his father and two brothers by setting their home in New York on fire, has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison on Wednesday, according to the Associated Press. Pilato received the maximum sentence for the crime.
CIA Looking into Ways to Tame Environment, Control Climate Change
The Central Intelligence Agency is investigating ways to master the environment in a bid to control the effects of climate change.