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Last night on the "Bachelor" finale, Juan Pablo picked Nikki Ferrell but in an unusual manner. He bought a ring, but didn't propose. He said "I like you ... a lot," but didn't say "I love you." He continued to refuse to say those three magic words on "After the Final Rose," to the chagrin of host Chris Harrison. Also, when Harrison asked about their plans, like where they are in their relationship and where they plan to live, Pablo once again stonewalled the audience and its host. Read: 'The Bachelor' Finale Full Recap: Juan Pablo Chooses Between Nikki and Clare This "swkward" finale got social media buzzing. People began tweeting at Ferrell telling her to "leave him," that she "could do better," that she was "weak" and so forth. The newly-crowned "Bachelor" winner felt the need to respond to everyone with a tweet. Related: Meet the New 'Bachelorette,' Andi Dorfman "Being in the public eye does NOT give you the right to say what you want to me," she said. "Your words hurt no matter what. Be ashamed of yourselves."
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A war-of-words erupted between the CIA and a top Senator.
Research shows that more sexual abuse cases are coming to light and children are increasingly being admitted as witnesses in court proceedings. An estimated 1.6 percent of children between the ages of 12-17 have been victims of rape/sexual assault and many must face their assailants.
New 'spray' helps kids banish monsters from under their beds.
Sean Lowe was noticably uncomfortable last night when Juan Pablo Galavis didn't want to discuss his feelings on "The Bachelor's After the Final Rose." He even tweeted that it was "painful to watch" as host Chris Harrison tried time and again to get the current "Bachelor" to tell the winner Nikki Ferrell he loved her. Today, Lowe is speaking up again. "My take on last night: I commend JP on not proposing if he isn't ready. And he certainly shouldn't feel pressured to say 'I love you,'" he tweeted. "However, as the bachelor you can't say I want to keep my feelings private. You owe it to the fans and network to open up. That's the job." Finally he followed up about the back and forth that happened between Galavis and Harrison, where the former pro soccer player gave the show host some harsh words for interupting him. "Lastly, disrespecting the nicest guy in show business @chrisbharrison should be a crime. That's my take. Wish them nothing but happiness," he said.
Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 was carrying 239 passengers, including three Americans, when it mysteriously disappeared off the radar above the South China Sea last Friday.
Could the president's new video help the ACA reach its enrollment goal?
Bill Nye and Andy Samberg join forces to judge invention pitches.
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Bridget Anne Kelly, the aide to Gov. Chris Christie at the center of a massive scandal now threatening Christie’s political future stepped out of the shadows today as her attorney suggested immunity would convince her release emails being sought by a subpoena.
Kevin Bacon wants kids today to know there were times when guys couldn't pick up a girl on Facebook or Twitter. In a new video by Mashable, the "Following" actor begins by saying, "Oh Hi, I'm two-time Saturn Award nominee Kevin Bacon and I would like to talk to you about 80's Awareness." He continues, "Awareness of 80's culture and technology has been in a significant decline. Especially amongst a certain demographic. I'm talking to you millennials!" He adds that life was hard for a guy born before 1985.
Jake Stoneking’s bucket list is very reasonable. A hunting trip, a tattoo and a trip to the local topless bar: all doable in the 19-year-old’s hometown of West Linn, Ore.
US official: Biden meets Latin American leaders, mentions possible mediation for Venezuela
Israeli drone crashes inside Gaza Strip due to technical malfunction; airstrike kills 3
Man whose conviction in Missouri slaying was overturned seeks $100M in civil rights lawsuit
Top Disney TV executive Sweeney leaving company to direct TV shows
Federal judge in Virginia allows Dollar Tree workers' case over money owed to progress
The head of the CIA said today that his agency has “not at all” ruled out the idea that terrorism may have played a role in the “very disturbing” disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.