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Make perfect pizza dough

Do you put a hint of sugar or salt in yours? (iStock) Making your own pizza dough is relatively easy but takes a little time to perfect. (You might not toss and twirl your dough around like chefs on TV during your first pizza-making attempt.)IngredientsBasic pizza dough recipes call for yeast, warm water, flour, salt and olive oil. Some recipes call ...

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Italian ‘coffee king’ buried in giant espresso pot

Renato Bialetti’s ashes were buried in a stovetop espresso maker. (AP) Renato Bialetti, the coffee king whose name is synonymous with the iconic aluminum stovetop esspresso makers, died last week at the age of 93. In an unusual and strangely befitting tribute, the ashes of this well-known Italian coffee impresario were placed in a giant Moka pot, which he made famous, ...

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Lock of John Lennon's hair fetches $35,000 at auction

This photo provided by Heritage Auctions shows a 4-inch lock of hair that was collected by a German hairdresser who trimmed John Lennon’s hair before he started shooting “How I Won the War.” Heritage Auctions says the lock of hair is expected to sell for $10,000 at a Dallas auction later this month. (Heritage Auctions via AP) DALLAS –  A ...

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Harry frenzy grows

Nearly a decade has passed since we learned the fate of Harry Potter, but the passion for J.K. Rowling’s books has never been stronger. With a new Hogwarts Castle opening in California, the eighth Harry Potter story brought to life on stage and a magical film set in 1920s New York City arriving in November, life is good for Harry ...

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'A man of honor': Visitors line up to pay tribute to Justice Scalia – VIDEO: Justices gather as Scalia's casket arrives at Supreme Court – PROGRAMMING ALERT: Watch live coverage of funeral on Saturday at 11am ET on Fox News and FoxNews.com

Thomas Randall braved bitter cold temperatures and a long line Friday to make his way into the gilded lobby of the U.S. Supreme Court and pay his respects to a fellow lawyer with whom he agreed on very little. Randall was one of hundreds of Americans who stood in a block-long line, waiting to climb the steps and pass between ...

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Italian ‘coffee king’ buried in giant espresso pot

Renato Bialetti’s ashes were buried in a stovetop espresso maker. (AP) Renato Bialetti, the coffee king whose name is synonymous with the iconic aluminum stovetop esspresso makers, died last week at the age of 93. In an unusual and strangely befitting tribute, the ashes of this well-known Italian coffee impresario were placed in a giant Moka pot, which he made famous, ...

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Police release video of attack on Iraq War veteran outside DC McDonald's – VIDEO: Persons of interest in brutal attack on vet sought by police

Police in Washington, D.C., Thursday released surveillance video of the alleged weekend robbery and beating of a decorated former Marine outside a city McDonald’s. The video was released Thursday afternoon. Christopher Marquez, 30, an Iraq War vet, told the Washington Post he was eating in a back corner of the restaurant when a group of teens and young men approached ...

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Pope suggests contraception can be condoned in Zika crisis

Pope Francis waves from his popemobile as he arrives in San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico, Monday, Feb. 15, 2016. Francis is celebrating Mexico’s Indians on Monday with a visit to Chiapas state, a center of indigenous culture, where he will preside over a Mass in three native languages thanks to a new Vatican decree approving their use in liturgy. ...

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