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Melissa Gilbert explains why she had her breast implants removed

Friday, 30 January 2015 05:57
Melissa Gilbert couldn't be happier about her decision to have her breast implants removed earlier this month. The actress told ABC News she went from a cup size DD to a B. “Just an average B, not a big B,” Gilbert told ABC. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Best known for her role on "Little House on the Prairie," the 50-year-old actress said she first got implants 20-years-ago but before she went for the surgery, she found other…
Sisi cuts short visit over Sinai
Friday, 30 January 2015 05:33
30 January 2015Last updated at 11:04 Share this pageDeliciousDiggFacebookredditStumbleUponTwitterEmailPrint President Sisi launched a crackdown in Sinai after 31 soldiers were killed in October Continue reading the main story Related StoriesMilitants pledge loyalty to ISMilitary gets new powersEgypt profile Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has cut short a visit to an African Union summit to deal with a series of deadly attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
Suge Knight suspected in fatal hit-and-run
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
(CNN)Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was involved in a fatal hit-and-run in Compton, California, on Thursday, according to his lawyer's office. The office of Los Angeles-based attorney James E. Blatt declined to say whether Knight was driving. It wasn't immediately clear who else was involved in the incident. There were two victims, said Sgt. Ryan Rouzan, with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. One was pronounced dead at an area hospital. The other's condition…
How ISIS' new hostage strategy is pressuring leaders
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
Story highlightsISIS wants release of high profile female prisoners in exchange for hostages' livesFormer FBI negotiator says it's suspicious ISIS has not given proof of life for captive pilotCountries including the United States and Israel have in the past done prisoner swaps (CNN)For ISIS it is a new dynamic, experts say: demanding high value prisoners in exchange for hostages. Three of the prisoners ISIS apparently wants back are women -- a failed suicide bomber, an…
Wind gusts could reach up to 35 mph
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
Story highlightsA "clipper system" sweeping down from western Canada is hitting New EnglandIt will bring inches -- not feet -- of snow and a stiff breeze from the North (CNN)Just when Northeasterners had shoveled their way out of feet of blizzard snow, here comes the weather to mess things up again. New flakes and more wind are coming, the National Weather Service says. But they luckily won't hold a candle to the stormy mess that…
ISIS hits oil-rich Kirkuk, Kurdish commander killed
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
Story highlightsMilitants have taken over an area southwest of the cityA top general is dead in the clashes Amman, Jordan (CNN)ISIS militants have launched an attack on the oil-producing northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. There had been recent speculation that ISIS might attack Kirkuk to force Kurdish troops to divert their efforts away from Mosul, ISIS' stronghold in Iraq. Peshmerga fighters have moved in around the outskirts of Mosul recently, backed by coalition airstrikes.
New Snow Storm to Hit New England Still in Cleanup Mode
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
Here we go again. Yet another winter storm is headed for northern New England, expected to bring tropical storm-force winds and as much as 18 inches of new snow to a region still tunneling out from under 3 feet of it earlier this week, forecasters said Thursday. The National Weather Service issued another winter storm warning Thursday for all of Maine and parts of New Hampshire and Massachusetts north of Boston beginning Friday morning through…
'I'm Not Staying Here': Fugitive Teen's Courtroom Rant
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
A Kentucky teen accused of a multi-state crime spree refused to stay in court on Thursday. Dalton Hayes, 18, entered the Grayson County courtroom for his preliminary hearing. However, he was escorted out less than two minutes later after spotting members of the media. "I'm not staying here," Hayes said. "No disrespect to your courtroom or nothing but I'm not staying here with that media." Hayes pleaded not guilty last week to a number of…
Castaway Who Spent Year Lost At Sea Sued for $1M
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
It's been a year since a castaway fisherman washed up on a remote Pacific atoll with a mind-boggling tale of survival at sea, but it hasn't been all smooth sailing. Jose Alvarenga is being sued by his former attorney, is at odds with the family of a companion who perished during the voyage, and relies on handouts from family in the United States. "Jose has no money," his brother-in-law, Jorge Bonilla, told NBC News this…
Jordan 'Working Around the Clock' to Free ISIS Hostages
Friday, 30 January 2015 04:57
TOKYO — Officials negotiating to free two hostages held by ISIS said they were "working round the clock" Friday after the militants' deadline for a prisoner swap passed without any word of their fate. The Islamist group purportedly said it would kill Jordanian pilot Mu'ath al-Kaseasbeh if a would-be suicide bomber on death row was not released by sunset Thursday.

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