deep roll: Kate Del Castillo files for divorce, Obama cracks down on pot and Plan B, and what a man's sweat says about STDs

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deep roll: Kate Del Castillo files for divorce, Obama cracks down on pot and Plan B, and what a man's sweat says about STDs

  • Actress Kate Del Castillo has officially filed for divorce from actor Aaron Diaz. The couple was separated since July of this year.
  • Vazquez Sounds, the three siblings who have received over 12 million views on YouTube for their cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," have signed a record deal with Sony Music
  • Nasty: Taking a good whiff of a new lover's sweat could tell you whether he has a sexually transmitted infection or not. According to a small study in Russia, men infected with gonorrhea smelled "putrid" to a group of women.
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  • (Joe Raedle/Getty) Teens under 17 will not be able to purchase the emergency contraceptive pill, Plan B, without a prescription. On Wednesday health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius overruled the Food and Drug Administration's earlier conclusion that the drug was safe to be sold to teens under 16 without a prescription. President Obama says he supports her decision.
  • A 45-year-old woman was arrested in a Tulsa, Oklahoma Walmart for allegedly making meth while she was in the store. Police say the woman was in the store for six hours: "When firefighters were on the scene she made statements to them that is what she was doing, she was attempting to obtain these chemicals and was in the process of trying to manufacture meth. However, she said she was not very good at it."
  • (David McNew/Getty) Warning letters sent by the U.S. Attorney's Office have prompted the closure of hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries throughout California. Many dispensaries say they are being unfairly targeted by the federal government despite local laws that allow them to legally operate.
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  • A genetically mutated 26-toed cat in Milwaukee might just save an animal shelter from shutting down.
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