• Alec Baldwin Gets 'Mildly Depressed' When He's Away From His Family

    Aww! Alec Baldwin just doesn't like being away from his wife and new daughter! In a new interview with ET Canada, the 57-year-old actor revealed that he loves his wife Hilaria and their 1 year/9 month-old daughter Carmen so much, that spending time away from them makes him sad! NEWS: See This Sweet Pic of Alec Baldwin Visiting Ireland Baldwin at the Hospital "I can't even describe to you," said Baldwin. "I got to the hotel and I was mildly depressed because I was away from my kid and wife, I am OK now." Baldwin and Hilaria, who married in 2012, are actually expecting their second child this Summer. PHOTOS: Stars Post Pics From The Hospital "I have my wife, we have our daughter, we're having our son in July, so my life is really different now," he said. "It's all bout that. And work is important, I am happy to be working but I tell my wife every day, I hope she makes a lot of money one day so I can stay home. I'm done." In addition to becoming quite the family man, Baldwin also reveals that he’s also a yogi now thanks to his 30-year-old yoga instructor wife. WATCH: Tom Cruise's Best Action Movies "She does make me do some stuff," said Baldwin. "I take her class. I am taking her class on Wednesday. It's her last class she's teaching before her maternity leave." Looks like the Baldwins are more than ready for baby No. 2, Hilaria posted his photo of her baby bump just last week. Baldwin is promoting his upcoming movie, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, which hits theaters July 31. Watch the trailer below!

  • Surprise Winner in Fast Food Hamburger Taste Test

    In a taste test of McDonald's, Burger King, Five Guys, Wendy's and White Caste, who takes the crown?

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  • Kanye and North West Join Kim Kardashian's Game, But They Don't Look Like Themselves

    They're one happy, virtual family!  Glu Mobile, the company behind Kim Kardashian's money-making game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, shared an image via Twitter on Wednesday of Kanye and North West's characters in the game. "Are you ready for the newest arrivals to the #KimKardashianGame?" the tweet reads. Are you ready for the newest arrivals to the #KimKardashianGame? pic.twitter.com/CPjbXl2dVZ— Glu Games (@glumobile) May 27, 2015 Had there not been a caption, fans of the famous family may not have recognized Kim's husband and daughter. The only items that sort of resemble the real-life Kanye in this image are his watch and fashionable T-shirt. PHOTOS: Kim Kardashian Shares Sweet Bath Time Pic of North West In addition to the virtual family photo, Glu Mobil also shared an image of North's nursery. Check out these new room designs you'll see very soon in the #KimKardashianGame! pic.twitter.com/dCxmMZSf2M— Glu Games (@glumobile) May 26, 2015 Kanye and North are the latest of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan to join the game. Kendall and Kylie Jenner got digital characters earlier this year. The Jenner sisters also announced that they too will be launching a game.  Kim's game, available for iPhone, Android and desktop computers, has already made an estimated $200 million since its release this past summer. The goal of the game is to become as famous as possible by taking posing for photo shoots, walking runways, buying high-fashion clothing and getting married -- just like Kim! NEWS: 6 Reasons Why Lindsay Lohan's App Poses Absolutely No Threat To Kim Kardashian "The look of the game was really important to me. I must have pulled thousands of references of all the different ways that characters should have their hair, the outfits and the shoes," Kim told AdWeek earlier this year. "One time there was a strap wrong on one of the character's shoes -- her feet weren't matching. I had to change the programming to fix that. It was important to me that everything is right." Was Kanye able to approve his outfit? What do you think of Kanye and North's digital characters? Kim and Kanye celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary on Sunday and both shared sweet tweets about one another. Check them out:

  • No exit: For female jihadis, Syria is one-way journey

    PARIS (AP) — When three British schoolgirls trundled across the Syrian border; when a pregnant 14-year-old ran away from her Alpine home for the second time; when a sheltered girl from the south of France booked her first trip abroad — they were going to a place of no return.

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  • 7 Signs Your Child Needs to See a Therapist

    The stigma around mental health means that many children do not get the help that they so badly need.

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  • Man slapped with $120 ticket for using Apple Watch while driving

    As Google Glass has demonstrated, wearable computers give law enforcement officials all sorts of new justifications for handing out tickets to potentially distracted drivers. CTV News reports that Quebec resident Jeffrey Macesin has been slapped with a $120 fine after police noticed him using his Apple Watch while driving. Apparently, Macesin was using his Apple Watch to change the music he was playing in his car when police decided to pull him over. FROM EARLIER: Tests claim HTC One M9’s camera is worse than three-year-old iPhone 4S, Galaxy S III Quebec’s highway safety code states that “no person may, while driving a road vehicle, use a hand-held device that includes a telephone function,” although Macesin is arguing that this shouldn’t apply to a

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  • What People Get Wrong About Narcissists

    But narcissists are also often misunderstood — and are more common than you might think, experts say.

    Yahoo Health
  • Music Fans Cry Out Against Billboard Award Winner Iggy Azalea

    Thousands of music fans petition for Iggy Azalea to retract her "Top Song" Billboard Award.

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  • The Tanker Market Is Sending a Big Warning to Oil Bulls

    OPEC will have almost half a billion barrels of oil in transit to buyers at the start of June, the most this year, while analysts say about 20 million barrels is being stored on ships in another indication the glut has yet to dissipate. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is pumping the most oil in more than two years, determined to defend market share rather than prices.

  • China land reclamation in South China Sea creates 'new facts': U.S.

    By David Alexander ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, in Washington's latest challenge of Chinese land reclamation in the South China Sea, said the scale of Beijing's activities, not the United States, was altering the status quo in the region. Carter, speaking to reporters at the start of a 10-day trip to Asia, said the United States was trying to maintain a shared regional security structure that has advanced "prosperity for everyone" over the past 70 years. "We’ve been flying over the South China Sea for years and years and years, and ... will continue to do that: fly, navigate, operate.

  • Car and Driver’s Midsize Sedans, Ranked From Worst to Best

    The midsize sedan segment is one of the most competitive segments in the automotive industry. Here are all the models you can buy today, ranked from worst to best.

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  • 3 key retirement numbers you need to know

    Remembering these three numbers can help you ensure your vision for a better retirement

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  • Emmanuel Sanders says the Broncos’ passing numbers will decline

    Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders says Denver won’t have the same kind of passing offense it has had the last three seasons. And not because Peyton Manning is getting old. Last year Sanders caught 101 passes for 1,404 yards as the Broncos’ No. 2 receiver, while No. 1 receiver Demaryius Thomas had 111 catches for 1,619…

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  • 2 white Chicago cops posed for a picture depicting a black detainee as a hunted animal

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    Two former Chicago police officers thought it was okay to pose in a picture depicting a black detainee as a hunted animal. Seriously.

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  • Instacram: Nicky Hilton's Bridal Shower (12 photos)

    Nicky Hilton had a bridal shower straight out of a fairy tale. The heiress and her pals gathered together to celebrate before her big wedding day — which we can only imagine will be just as picturesque as this celebration. Of course, Nicky (and her mom!) shared the photos of the party on Instagram so we can look on and get inspired for planning our own pals' future bridal showers... while also living vicariously through the pics.

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Barca aims for 2nd title of season vs. Bilbao in Copa final

    Barcelona will vie for the second of three possible titles this season when it hosts Athletic Bilbao in the final of the Copa del Rey on Saturday. In his first season in charge, head coach Luis Enrique has guided Barcelona to the Spanish league title, and can now add two more major titles, if they beat Bilbao and then Juventus a week later in the Champions League final on June 6. The Copa del Rey final is pitting the two teams with the most titles in competition history against each other.

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  • Gulf War 2 a Bush Disaster? So was Gulf War 1.

    In light of the shocking advances of the Islamic State, the sense that Iraq is coming apart at the seams despite the huge toll of lives and treasure squandered over more than a decade, it's clear that George W. Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003 was the most fateful foreign policy blunder ever made by an American leader. What's remarkable,...

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  • PS4-Exclusive Batman: Arkham Knight DLC Shown Off in New Trailer

    See the game's exclusive Scarecrow Nightmare Missions, costume DLC, and more in new video.

  • Amazon Prime, now with free same-day deliveries

    The e-commerce company announces free same-day shipping on over 1 million items in 14 metro areas across the US.

  • NC Teacher Allegedly Caught Threatening Students in Secret Recording

    A North Carolina elementary school teacher was apparently captured threatening students in a secret recording, parents say. Leona Cain says her son Sammy had been trying to tell her for months that his teacher at Alderman Road Elementary School in Fayetteville was verbally abusive, but she says she didn’t believe him until she sent her 10-year-old boy to school with a recording device and heard it herself. "I don't even like somebody to be behind me when I'm on the board, because I might get mad and pop the mess out of you and then it would be my fault because you were standing behind me," the teacher – who has not been identified – could be heard yelling on the recording, sections of which were obtained by ABC station WTVD in Durham.

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