New 'Community' episode

Comedy hero Chang shows Greendale a dramatically different side in an unforgettable production of "The Karate Kid."

  • LeBron James is actually calling the Cavs' plays, per report

    LeBron is actually the one making decisions. What typically happens—and this has been happening for like three months now—is LeBron will take the ball, and LeBron will call the play. David Blatt will see what play LeBron calls, and he will repeat it to the team.

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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 has a new Casey Jones, and the casting is perfect

    Arrow's Stephen Amell has been cast as Casey Jones in the upcoming sequel to the 2014 film, reports Variety. Paramount did not comment to Variety. The rebooted Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film was, to put it nicely, not nearly as bad as it could have been.

  • Dwight Freeney is suing Bank of America for $20 million

    Former Indianapolis Colts and San Diego Chargers pass-rusher Dwight Freeney is suing Bank of America for $20 million, alleging "he was the target of an elaborate fraud scheme 'aided and abetted' by" the financial institution. "In 2010, Dwight Freeney authorized Bank of America to manage his assets, including his NFL salary," according to Freeney's attorney Jeffrey B. Isaacs (via ESPN's Adam Schefter). Freeney's attorney continued, "This entire scheme could not have succeeded without the substantial involvement and approval of BofA.

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  • Photos: San Francisco house wrecked by squatters (39 photos)

    The listing agent said she "almost started to cry" when she saw the deterioration of this San Francisco house, occupied by squatters in the last year or so. She priced it as a "contractor's special" at $799,000 -- but it sold for $1,210,000, all cash, and not to an investor but to a young family. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Vacationing family stumbles across abandoned French chateau, decides to restore it (55 photos) • Silicon Valley single mom lives in one-car garage for $1,000 a month (20 photos) • Rundown trailer is $1.2M, after price increase (11 photos)

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  • US admiral says China 'creating a great wall of sand' in sea

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — China is "creating a great wall of sand" through land reclamation in the South China Sea, causing serious concerns about its territorial intentions, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said Tuesday.

    Associated Press
  • This is the guy who is REALLY forcing Indiana to fix its scary law

    For the past week, the boom has lowered on the...

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  • The line between funny and offensive is thin. Trevor Noah is on the wrong side.

    It was only a matter of time before people scraped through the Twitter feed of Trevor Noah, the comedian who will replace Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show. Many people have gone through Noah's Twitter feed, pulling out examples of offensive jokes he's made in the past. q
  • My Marriage 'Blew Up' After 25 Years. Here's What I Did Next

    "This Is Divorce At..." is a HuffPost Divorce series delving into divorce at every stage of life. Want to share your experience of divorcing at a certain age? Email us at or tweet @HuffPost Divorce.It's been nearly two decades since Linda Simpson was blindsided by divorce after 25 years of marriage. Reclaiming her...

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  • Woods plays 18 holes in practice at Augusta National

    (Reuters) - The lingering 'will he play/won't he play?' scenario with Tiger Woods ahead of next week's Masters entered a new phase on Tuesday when the former world number one played a practice round at Augusta National. Woods' manager Mark Steinberg told Reuters that Woods had played 18 holes at the iconic Masters venue as he continued to assess whether his game would be "tournament-ready" for the first major of the year. Woods, whose ranking has plummeted to a mind-boggling 104th, has struggled badly for form and fitness this season, and has played only twice on the 2014-15 PGA Tour. Woods, who claimed the most recent of his 14 major titles at the 2008 U.S. Open, said he would not return to the PGA Tour until his game was "tournament-ready" and many pundits believe he is suffering from the chipping 'yips'.

  • Blood Moon: Shortest Total Lunar Eclipse of the Century Rises Saturday

    Only the speediest of skywatchers will have a chance to see the total lunar eclipse rising Saturday: NASA predicts that the total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century. Early-rising observers all over the United States should be able to see at least the partial phases of the April 4 lunar eclipse just before the sun rises, if weather permits. People on the West Coast will have the chance to see the moon turn an eerie shade of red during totality, which should begin at about 7:58 a.m. EDT (1158 GMT, 4:58 a.m. PDT).  NASA this week unveiled a video detailing the total lunar eclipse, and dubbed the event the shortest lunar eclipse of the century in an announcement on Monday (March 30) in detail. Observers in other parts of the world will have an even better chance to see the lunar eclipse.
  • Manifesto in 'Gone Girl' Case Reveals Truth About Denise Huskins Kidnapping, Lawyer Says

    Douglas Rappaport, the attorney for Denise Huskins, said he has received a “15-page, single-spaced email” from the kidnappers. “They talk very extensively about how they prepared for it, what weapons to use,” Rappaport said in an exclusive interview with ABC News. Rappaport said the email was sent to the San Francisco Chronicle after Huskins turned up safe Wednesday, two days after her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, reported that she was abducted from his Vallejo, California, home. In the email, the group compares itself to the crew from the movie “Ocean’s 11,” calling themselves college-educated career criminals who only nabbed Huskins as a dry run so they could kidnap higher-profile victims in the future.

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  • A Rosier Outlook For Depression, Thanks To This Herb

    In a new study, this pretty medicinal plant was nearly as effective at treating depression as a leading drug — without any side effects.

    Yahoo Health
  • Shocking Discovery: Egypt's 'Mona Lisa' May Be a Fake

    The "Meidum Geese," as modern-day Egyptologists and art historians call it, was supposedly found in 1871 in a tomb located near the Meidum Pyramid, which was built by the pharaoh Snefru (reign 2610-2590 B.C). A man named Luigi Vassalli discovered and removed the painting, which is now located in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. "Some scholars compared it, with due respect, to 'The Gioconda' (Mona Lisa) for the Egyptian art," wrote Francesco Tiradritti, a professor at the Kore University of Enna anddirector of the Italian archaeological mission to Egypt, in a summary of his finds sent to Live Science. But while Tiradritti's research suggests the painting is a fake, a real one may be hidden underneath.
  • Coaches parlay NCAA tournament into big bucks (18 photos)

    For some coaches, qualifying for the field of 68 is not just a boost for the program – it eventually boosts the bank account. Here's a look at some coaches whose recent tournament success or mere presence in the field have led to new jobs or contract extensions, with the salary bumps usually coming as a result of the coaches suddenly drawing outside interest or offers.

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  • Why are there two Boeing Dreamliners in the Mojave Desert?

    The Mojave Desert in California is often the final resting place for old aircraft. According to a report from Bloomberg, Boeing is currently storing two 787 Dreamliners in the Mojave. The reason is trouble getting the plane’s specialized seats delivered, a problem that has caused delays in Boeing’s production schedule as seat-supplier Zodiac Aerospace has struggled to keep up with demand. The Dreamliners there, however, were supposed to be the third and fourth 787s delivered to American Airlines.

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  • Google unveils 'stick' computer with Asus

    Google and Taiwan's Asus are launching a "computer on a stick" which can plug into a display to turn it into a PC. Google said in a blog post that the Asus Chromebit would be arriving mid-year with a low price tag. "Smaller than a candy bar, the Chromebit is a full computer that will be available for less than $100," Google said. "By simply plugging this device into any display, you can turn it into a computer.

  • The Flash Super Trailer: Grodd's Arrival, Oliver's New Look and More Surprises

    Some very famous faces are coming to Central City in the next few weeks — and one of them happens to be a psychic gorilla. Following Tuesday’s revealing episode of The Flash, The CW aired a minute-long trailer teasing the final episodes of Season 1 (which ends Tuesday, May 19). And yes, the elusive Grodd does show his glorious mug. But
  • Drew Miller takes skate to face in horrifying scene

    This Gif is not for the faint of heart. In fact it looks horrifying. Detroit forward Drew Miller, who wears a visor, took a skate from Ottawa’s Mark Stone. The play looked completely accidental as Stone was falling down when it happened.

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  • Milwaukee Buck Miles Plumlee Has Solid Taste in Supercars

    In the short time that Miles Plumlee has been in the NBA, he’s already bounced around a bit. He was drafted by the Indiana Pacers, moved to the Phoenix Suns, and again traded this year to the Milwaukee Bucks. It seems like the 26-year-old first-round-pick could be on his way to being yet another professional basketball

  • Class act: Mexicans fume over sexist, elitist student video

    A group of high school seniors from a privileged Catholic school in Mexico City released a slick graduation video that’s come under fire for its portrayal of women and its snooty message, as well as its use of an endangered jaguar cub. Critics say the video treats women as props – and sends the message that this class of so-called Mexican “juniors,” or elite youth, gets to party, play, and go on to inherit positions of power. In Mexico, as elsewhere, rich kids are assumed to get whatever they want. But it’s a particularly sensitive subject here. “It [the video] says a lot,” says Vicki Galacia, a preschool teacher walking her dog in a Mexico City park.

    Christian Science Monitor