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  • Devon Still stopped paying child support, mother of sick daughter says

    Devon Still and his cancer-stricken daughter, Leah, have captured the hearts of NFL fans this season. But a recent allegation from Leah's mother may cast a dark cloud over the inspirational story. The New York Daily News posted segments from a letter...
  • Twitter in talks to buy Bieber-backed selfie app Shots: CNBC

    Twitter in talks to buy Bieber-backed selfie app Shots: CNBC
    Twitter Inc is in talks to buy Shots, a selfie photo-sharing app, CNBC reported, citing a source close to the Justin Bieber-backed company. The microblogging website is particularly interested in the app's more than 3 million users, nearly two-thirds...
  • Thankful for social media: My favorite tools, platforms

    We're all thankful on Thanksgiving. Some for family, others for nonstop football and never-ending plates of turkey. I try to be thankful every day, but what kind of social media columnist would I be if I didn't focus on the social media-related things I...
  • Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp

    Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp
    No, Lisa Bonet did not take a veiled shot at Bill Cosby over the weekend.  Cosby's former costar on "The Cosby Show" has no social media accounts, a rep for Bonet told Gossip Cop, and didn't tweet anything, however enigmatic, referring to her onetime TV...
  • Company trying to take credit for Alex from Target's viral fame

    Company trying to take credit for Alex from Target's viral fame
    Thousands of girls on Twitter collectively swooned when a photo of an attractive teenage boy working at Target started to circulate and eventually go viral Sunday. With tweets and retweets pouring in #AlexFromTarget started trending and it seemed...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Uber's convenience isn't worth the risk

    WASHINGTON I feel safe in writing this because I am not an Uber customer nor do I ever intend to be. An old fashioned taxi with a driver who has been vetted and is subject to disciplinary action by a licensing agency is still the way I intend to travel...
  • Minnesotans gripe over grape salad being named classic Thanksgiving dish in state

    MINNEAPOLIS It seemed an innocent enough premise: The New York Times Food section Wednesday featured a state-by-state guide to traditional Thanksgiving dishes of the 50 states. But snuggled between Michigan's Baked German Potato Salad and Mississippi's...
  • New York Times' Minnesota Thanksgiving dish lets loose grapes of wrath

    It seemed an innocent enough premise: The New York Times Food section Wednesday featured a state-by-state guide to traditional Thanksgiving dishes. But snuggled between Michigan's Baked German Potato Salad and Mississippi's Ale-Braised Collard Greens...
  • Ready, set, go: Cyber Monday travel deals

    Ready, set, go: Cyber Monday travel deals
    Practically everybody knows that Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is when folks can score some of the season's best prices on items like electronics and fashion. Now savvy travelers have discovered that they too can land sensational deals if they...
  • Earthquake early alert system ready to expand in California

    Earthquake early alert system ready to expand in California
    Officials are planning the first major rollout of California's earthquake early warning system next year, providing access to some schools, fire stations and more private companies. The ambitious plan highlights the progress scientists have made in...
  • Ferguson protest leaders come from varied backgrounds but with a common purpose

    ST. LOUIS They have become familiar faces on the streets during protests, doing what so many other people have done and will continue to do: chanting, demonstrating, bearing witness. But their paths began in wildly divergent places in the St. Louis metro...