100th 'Community' episode

A "crisis" has Greendale acting crazier than ever in a milestone episode of the beloved comedy series.

  • 'Space Jam' extra says Michael Jordan was ruthless in pickup games

    Michael Jordan may be a legend for the way he played but he was also a legendary trash talker. Since Space Jam was a basketball movie at heart, when there was downtime, Jordan would organize pickup games between the actors and the other NBA players in the film. When I was doing Space Jam, we played three days. I walk in, and it’s Reggie Miller, Charles Barkley, Alonzo Mourning, Charles Oakley.

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  • Breaking Down Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight With Boxing Reporter Elie Seckbach

    Reporter Elie Seckbach, who follows boxing and both fighters very closely, helps The Rundown panel analyze the upcoming mega-bout.Keywords: Boxing, Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather, Elie Seckbach,

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  • Breaking: Ryan Reynolds in official Deadpool costume is as sexy as you hoped

    Ryan Reynolds has become a one-man PR machine for the upcoming Deadpool movie, and today has tweeted out the first look at the full costume.

  • Return to Williston, ND Oil Boomtown (9 photos)

    North Dakota became the fastest growing state in the nation in recent years, expanding by nearly 10 percent in a 50-month period ending last June, according to Census figures. That pace dropped sharply in 2014 to just 2 percent, a slowdown attributed to the lack of housing, not plunging oil prices. The U.S. Census Bureau says that between 2013 and 2014, Williston and Dickinson were the fastest-growing micropolitan areas in the country. A micropolitan area is an entity with between 10,000 and 50,000 people. A new wave of oil worker layoffs, though, could reduce the influx of out-of-staters, but those who've come home are confident they've made the right move.

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  • 10 things the Galaxy S6 can do that the iPhone 6 can’t

    Beginning in two weeks on April 10th, we’re in store for an epic battle of the sixes. Apple’s iPhone 6 burst onto the scene this past September and helped Apple rack up more profit in the holiday quarter than any other company has ever earned in a three-month period. iPhone 6 sales are still going strong according to estimates, but the phone will finally see some real competition next month when the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge hit store shelves. All three of these phones are fantastic options, but there are a few key features on Samsung’s new handsets that could make iPhone 6 owners a bit jealous. In this post, you’ll find 10 of the most impressive things the

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  • Behold! The Mercedes-Benz pickup truck!

    Mercedes-Benz is building a pickup truck! Yes...

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  • Cyclist's helmet-cam video of argument with driver shows glory of humanity

    Technically Incorrect: A Seattle cyclist is miffed that a woman has parked in a bike lane. He posts a helmet-cam video to YouTube, where many have watched. But who comes out of it better?

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  • Astronaut Will Return From Space Both Older And Younger Than His Twin Brother

    Today NASA’s Scott Kelly, along with two Russian cosmonauts, blasts off for the International Space Station (ISS), where they plan to spend 342 days. Kelly’s identical twin brother Mark, also a (retired) astronaut, will stay on Earth to serve as the other half of an unprecedented experiment.Researchers at a host of universities and medical...

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  • Hey y'all got whooped by Kentucky real bad

    Let's dig into the numbers and find out whether West Virginia lost to Kentucky. So basically what happened is, this is what happened, okay, is West Virginia got straight-up whooped. So I looked up every time a team got its ass whooped in the NCAA Tournament in the Sweet 16 round or later. So anyways, West Virginia was basically the worst 5-seed in the history of the world last night.

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  • It hit 63 degrees in Antarctica on Tuesday

    Antarctica may have marked its warmest day ever recorded earlier this week, with a temperature reading of 63.5 F, reports The Weather Underground.

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  • The Five Words I’ll Never Say to My Children Again

    “When a mom says, ‘Don’t make me tell Daddy’ or ‘Wait until Daddy gets home,’ the child concludes that the father is the source of power, the one who wields justice, who enforces right and wrong,” Laura Markham, Ph.D., a child psychologist and author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids, tells Yahoo Parenting. “You’re teaching your kids that their father is to be feared and their mother is not in charge—we don’t really have to care what Mom thinks, except in so far as she will tattle on us.”  Not good for mom and not fair to dad.

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  • Israel releases Palestinian tax funds as diplomatic front advances

    Israel said Friday it would be releasing to the Palestinian Authority tax funds it had been withholding as punishment, as diplomatic pressures on the Jewish state were coming to a head. The move could help to preempt imminent Palestinian diplomatic measures against the Jewish state, as well as disarm tensions with the United States and international community after a polarising Israeli election campaign. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said revenues accumulated over three months, frozen by Israel since January in retaliation for a Palestinian move to join the International Criminal Court (ICC), would be transferred after normal deductions for services. "Until now we haven't received any money, nor have we officially been informed of anything," Palestinian Authority spokesman Ihab Bseiso said.

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  • Lawyer says kidnapping wasn't hoax, woman talking to police

    VALLEJO, Calif. (AP) — Declaring a reported kidnapping wasn't a hoax, the attorney for California woman who went missing for two days says she has met with police and is cooperating with their investigation.

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  • Meet Shayanna Jenkins, the woman who could decide Aaron Hernandez's fate (26 photos)

    It's been over two weeks since Shayanna Jenkins has been seen at the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez, her high school boyfriend turned NFL star turned father of her 2-year-old daughter turned accused murderer, three times over. Bristol County (Mass.) prosecutors have piled up evidence that the former New England Patriot star murdered Odin Lloyd in 2013, from putting Hernandez in the same car as Lloyd the night he was killed to detailing a bullet casing found in the rental car Hernandez was driving. The one thing missing? The murder weapon. That's where Jenkins comes in. Or could come in. Jenkins' absence from court has only increased speculation on what, if anything, she'll say when called. Friday, we may find out. The Associated Press, citing anonymous sources, reports Jenkins will be called to the stand Friday at Fall River Justice Center. The 25-year-old is potentially the prosecution's star witness and may provide the trial's most explosive moments yet. The prosecution believes Jenkins can finish Hernandez, testifying about the guns he owned, the conversations he had in the days after Lloyd's body was found and decipher what appear to be coded text messages and jailhouse phone conversations. — Dan Wetzel

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  • Mercedes to build world's first premium pick-up

    The German luxury brand says that it plans to enter the market by 2017 and that its first pick-up will take styling cues from its SUV range and comfort cues from its existing executive sedans. Mercedes says that the decision to move into the mid-size pick-up market, currently dominated by US brands, is because of a huge shift in recent years -- from commercial to personal use and from wanting something that is utilitarian to wanting a vehicle that's as comfortable and refined as it is practical. "We can perfectly serve customers looking for a vehicle that offers a high level of utility and at the same time has the comfort, safety, and design of a Mercedes-Benz passenger car," said Volker Mornhinweg, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans.

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  • Here Are the Countries With the Most Gold Reserves, and the Ones That Have Been Buying It the Most

    Between January 2000 and March 2009, central banks reduced their reserve holdings of gold by more than 114 million troy ounces. Since then—possibly driven by the recovery in gold prices and the global financial crisis—central banks have steadily been increasing their holdings. The top four between them hold more than 50 percent of all global gold reserves. Note: We have not included data for China in the above chart as there is considerable uncertainty about how large China's gold holdings currently are.

  • Tucson's Pima museum gets Boeing's unsellable Dreamliner No. 2

    Boeing has found a home for the second of three 787 Dreamliners that are too heavy and out-of-norm to sell: The Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson. The 787-8 aircraft, No. ZA002, which means second in production, flew into Davis-Monthan Air Force Base on Thursday. The plane that went to the Pima museum is completely operable, and was in fact part of the flight test fleet that Boeing used to certify the 787 for the FAA.

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  • 6 Things Keeping You Fat

    "Most of the time, when someone comes into my office saying they aren't losing weight, the problem is that they are eating a lot more than they think they are," says Holly Herrington, a registered dietitian and clinical nutritionist with the Center for Lifestyle Medicine at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation. For instance, 1 cup of almonds contains about 750 calories. If you're snacking on them (a great idea), but without measuring and tracking those calories (a bad idea), you could easily end up gaining weight, Herrington says. "When you don't get enough sleep, your levels of cortisol and also ghrelin, a hormone that increases the sensation of hunger, rise," explains board-certified internist Dr. Patricia Salber.

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  • Wisconsin chasing bigger goal

    LOS ANGELES -- They joke a lot. The Wisconsin Badgers, who defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels?? 79-72??Thursday in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, have become the blue-collar team that has, lately, cracked up the Internet. They can't walk down the street without making us chuckle. Earlier this week, Frank Kaminsky interviewed Will Ferrell, the creator of the "Frank the Tank" nickname. Nigel Hayes got a shout-out from?? Kobe Bryant, whose locker he is occupying this week at the Staples Center. ...

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  • Crude oil is getting smoked

    Crude oil is getting smoked. Near 2:30 p.m....

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