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Shaq — President Obama Destroyed Rajon Rondo’s Confidence

According to Shaquille O’Neal, a barb from President Barack Obama wrecked Shaq’s Boston Celtics teammate Rajon Rondo’s confidence, not to mention his jump shot.

Shaq writes in his upcoming book ‘Uncut’ that Obama and the Celtics were both at the same fundraiser in March.  During the event, Obama turned to smooth-shooting Celtic veteran Ray Allen, before pointing to Rondo, and then said “Hey, Ray, why don’t you teach this kid how to shoot?”

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Oli Scarff, Getty Images
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Working In an Office Makes People Less Productive

The communal offices that were introduced during the ’50s to boast creativity and problem solving are actually reducing productivity, according to new research.

Neuroscientist Dr. Jack Lewis conducted brain scans on office workers and found that those who work in spaces with few walls are plagued by intense bursts of distraction.

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AP, Youtube
AP, Youtube
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Scores Killed, Wounded in Attacks Across Iraq on Monday

A wave of deadly attacks swept across Iraq Monday, killing dozens of people. The violence was so severe that the interior minister ordered the country’s security forces to clear the streets of all parked cars.

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Missing Amazon Tribe Likely Overrun by Drug Smugglers

Several months ago, aerial photos taken of a previously-unknown tribe in the Amazon rainforest captured imaginations and got a lot of people talking.

The tribe has since vanished, and now Brazilian authorities are worried cocaine smugglers are responsible for its disappearance.

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Paramount Pictures / Facebook
Paramount Pictures / Facebook
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‘Bad News Bears’ Star Is Running for Congress

As a child actor, David Pollock played Rudi Stein, one of the lovable losers in the ‘Bad News Bears‘ film franchise from the ’70s.

That role was pretty much the bulk of Pollock’s acting career, and he never made the transition to adult actor.

Now, he hopes to make the transition to congressman. He is running for Congress as a Democrat representing California’s 26th Congressional District.

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Stevie Rocco
Stevie Rocco
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$2,500 Reward Offered for Help Catching Thugs Behind 18 Waffle House Robberies

Waffle House is offering a big plate of cash for the person who helps police catch a couple of armed robbers.

Eighteen Waffle House restaurants in Georgia have been hit in the past two weeks, and authorities believe two men may be responsible for the stick-ups.

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U.S. Army Photo, John Daves
U.S. Army Photo, John Daves
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UAE Donates $1 Million to Joplin, MO Students Affected By Tornado

The United Arab Emirates has pledged up to $1 million to provide new Apple laptops to high school students in Joplin, Mo.

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Mexican Town’s Entire Police Force Quits Following Deadly Attacks [VIDEO]

After less than a year on the job, all 20 members of the police force in the northern Mexican town of Ascension resigned on Thursday.

The move came in response to months of violent exchanges with drug traffickers.

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Paramount
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Annette Charles, Cha Cha From ‘Grease,’ Dead at 63

Annette Charles, who played Sandy Olson’s dancing rival Cha Cha DiGregorio in the 1978 movie-musical ‘Grease,’ died Wednesday at her home in Los Angeles. She was 63.

Charles, who was initially hospitalized for pneumonia, died from complications from cancer, her rep confirmed to TMZ.

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NY1
NY1
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New High School Allows Students to Earn College Degree and Land Job with IBM

The IBM International Foundation and the New York City Public Schools have collaborated to create the new Pathways in Technology Early College High School, which will open in September.

Dubbed “P-Tech,” students can earn a standard four-year diploma, or opt to stay for two extra years — after which they’ll graduate with an associate’s degree in computer science from CUNY’s College of Technology (City Tech) for free. They can then continue their studies at City Tech, attend other colleges and apply the credits they’ve already earned, or be considered for employment by IBM’s IT department and at other companies.

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