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We at PopBuzz.net would like to thank everyone for their support. Due to the High Number of SPAM Post request. We have decided to make our website a membership site. This will help reduce SPAM and protect our content. Starting AUG. 15, 2016 everyone will be required to start a …

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How to Make Pumpkin Pie

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The ultimate autumn dessert At a recent photo shoot, a few of us were standing around lamenting that we don’t have a go-to pumpkin pie. Or that our go-to is so involved that it’s more akin to an awkwardly choreographed square dance, and stresses us out and furrows our faces …

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Don’t See Steve Jobs Without Reading This First

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Here’s a helpful guide to the film’s most important characters Steve Jobs, the new Aaron Sorkin-written, Danny Boyle-directed film about the late Apple co-founder, is out Friday, Oct. 9. The film is split into three acts, each centered around a different product release helmed by Jobs—the Macintosh in 1994, the …

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This Selfie Stick Comes With the Camera Built-In

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Susie Poppick @susiepoppick 2:31 PM ET Artur Debat—Getty Images/Moment RF A handheld stabilizer helps you up your selfie game. DJI, the Chinese company churning out consumer-priced, camera-equipped drones, has just announced a new product in its lineup: A $650 camera with a handheld stabilizer that doubles as a selfie stick. …

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Russian Missiles Targeted at Syria Crashed in Iran

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Tessa Berenson @tcberenson 3:02 PM ET TASS/ITAR—Corbis Pictured in this video screen grab is the Caspian Flotilla of the Russian Navy firing Kalibr cruise missiles against remote Islamic State targets in Syria, a thousand kilometres away, Oct. 7, 2015. This was the first time the cruise missiles had been fired …

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What Made This University Researcher Snap?

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Did Amy Bishop’s slowly roiling psychosis go unnoticed in a culture of science and academia that celebrates eccentricities? Photo: The Huntsville Times/Landov Update 9/12/2012: Amy Bishop pleaded guilty Tuesday to three counts of attempted murder and one count of capital murder of two or more victims, withdrawing her early plea …

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How to Get to Mars … And Maybe Even Live There

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Click to Open Overlay Gallery MASSIMO DALL’OGLIO There’s something about the Red Planet—so close yet so far, inhospitable yet perhaps not totally uninhabitable—that keeps us dreaming about getting there one day. Here’s what that trajectory might look like, from the fictional world of best seller The Martian (now a film …

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Journos Lose It on Twitter As McCarthy Drops Speaker Bid

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Click to Open Overlay Gallery code6d/Getty Rising GOP star Kevin McCarthy, the leading contender to replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House, has fallen to earth. The California congressman reportedly announced today that he was withdrawing from the race for the position. Political journalists in Washington pride themselves on …

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