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What Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones Shared With Their Kids on Their Split

What Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones Shared With Their Kids on Their Split Almost a year after Catherine-Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas announced they were separating, their relationship has come full circle. The couple is back together, "very close and everything is going great," Douglas told CBS' Gayle King in May. This comes as no surprise to Douglas, who said all along that the two were just taking a break to think about things and reset. And apparently Douglas and Jones' kids knew about the situation the whole time....

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Tannehill Has 191 Yards, TD During Scrimmage

Tannehill Has 191 Yards, TD During Scrimmage Ryan Tannehill has 191 yards, TD during Dolphins scrimmage...

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Universal's New Harry Potter Park: 1 Ride, 7 Shops

Universal's New Harry Potter Park: 1 Ride, 7 Shops Universal's new Harry Potter-Diagon Alley park: Butterbeer ice cream, 3-D thrill ride, 7 shops...

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150 Australians Among Hundreds of Western Fighters in Middle East, Official Says

150 Australians Among Hundreds of Western Fighters in Middle East, Official Says An estimated 150 Australians have left their homes down under to take up arms with extremist groups in the Middle East, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Wednesday....

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US Settles Credit Discrimination Suit Against Bank

US Settles Credit Discrimination Suit Against Bank US settles credit card discrimination lawsuit against GE Capital Retail Bank...

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The World Cup's Craziest Haircuts

The World Cup's Craziest Haircuts Check out the 10 players with the wackiest hairstyles....

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High Court: Whistleblowers' Testimony Is Protected

High Court: Whistleblowers' Testimony Is Protected Supreme Court says First Amendment protects public workers who testify about gov't misconduct...

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US Likely to Send Teams of Green Berets to Iraq

US Likely to Send Teams of Green Berets to Iraq US likely to send teams of Green Berets to Iraq to bolster security force; A few are there now...

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What the New Electric Harley-Davidson Sounds Like

What the New Electric Harley-Davidson Sounds Like The new Harley-Davidson motorcycle may be electric, but the hog is anything but quiet....

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Audit: Response Time Normal in 911 Call Death

Audit: Response Time Normal in 911 Call Death Auditor says Denver police response time was normal in woman's death while on 911 call...

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson: I Have a Drink Or Two Every Night

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson: I Have a Drink Or Two Every Night While promoting his new film "Hercules," Dwayne Johnson posted an adorable picture from Australia. "Silverbacks and Koalas get along after all... Thank you AUSTRALIA for opening your arms (and Koala claws) w/ love to myself, Team Rock and our entire SAN ANDREAS film crew. Being able to call AUSTRALIA "Home" has been a true pleasure and unforgettable experience," Johnson posted Wednesday on Instagram alongside an adorable picture holding a Koala bear. He continued, "the fans, the love, the filming, the crew, the workouts, the food and all our dirty jokes. Til we meet again, AUSTRALIA.. wish you peace, love and fine tequila -- if you can't find the first two, you can always find the last. #AussieLove #JRichardsBlues #KoalasTasteLikeChicken."...

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Long After Move to US, Nazi Suspect Faces Charges

Long After Move to US, Nazi Suspect Faces Charges Decades after moving to US, Nazi suspect faces charges related to 216,000 deaths at Auschwitz...

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Sheriff: Man Dead at Dad's Home Severely Neglected

Sheriff: Man Dead at Dad's Home Severely Neglected Sheriff: Couple charged after disabled 33-year-old son dies at home; weighed 94 pounds...

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Small Dog, Great Deed: Maltese Finds Lost Wallet

Small Dog, Great Deed: Maltese Finds Lost Wallet Maltese retriever: small dog finds, carries home wallet lost by sanitation worker along route...

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Senate Panel Approves Lawmaker Pay Freeze

Senate Panel Approves Lawmaker Pay Freeze Senate committee votes to block cost-of-living pay hike...

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Part of Zimmerman Defamation Lawsuit Dismissed

Part of Zimmerman Defamation Lawsuit Dismissed Florida judge dismisses part of lawsuit claiming NBC Universal defamed George Zimmerman...

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Colombia, Ivory Coast 0-0 at Halftime in World Cup

Colombia, Ivory Coast 0-0 at Halftime in World Cup Colombia, Ivory Coast locked at 0-0 at halftime in Group C match at World Cup...

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Leading Light Wins Gold Cup by a Nose

Leading Light Wins Gold Cup by a Nose Leading Light wins Gold Cup at Ascot by a nose over queen's horse Estimate...

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Crime Data Show iPhone 'Kill Switch' Cuts Thefts

Crime Data Show iPhone 'Kill Switch' Cuts Thefts Crime data from New York City show iPhone 'kill switch' cut crimes against users...

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Corinthian Colleges Warns It May Shut Down

Corinthian Colleges Warns It May Shut Down Corinthian Colleges, operator of Everest, Heald and WyoTech colleges, warns it may shut down...

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