flexing: Chicharito smiles for the cover of GQ, more teens are having unprotected sex and Adele cancels U.S tour

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flexing: Chicharito smiles for the cover of GQ, more teens are having unprotected sex and Adele cancels U.S tour

  • Javier "Chicharito" Hernández is all smiles in behind-the-scenes video from his cover shoot for the Mexican edition of GQ magazine.
  • (Mario Tama/Getty) The percentage of teenagers having sex without condoms rose by more than half in two years. Teenagers having sex without condoms rose from 38 percent in 2009 to 53 percent in 2011.
  • (Kevork Djansezian/Getty) Tech analysts and consumers expressed mixed feelings over Apple's newly announced iPhone 4S, with one Twitter commentator writing: "The 'S' stands for 'Sorry I'm not an iPhone 5.'"
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  • (Kevin Winter/Getty) British singer Adele is canceling her 10-date U.S. tour for a second time this year after suffering what doctors told her was vocal cord hemorrhage: "I have absolutely no choice but to recuperate properly and fully or I risk damaging my voice forever."
  • "I have made sure that our Justice Department is taking a look at what's being done." - President Obama reacts to a number of new Republican-backed voting restrictions which could keep five million Americans from voting, according to a study by the Brennan Center for Justice.
  • NBC has cancelled "The Playboy Club" after only three weeks on the air. The controversial "Mad Men"-inspired show based on Hugh Hefner's Chicago club earned very low ratings in its first weeks on TV.
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  • Pro athletes Blake Griffin, Hope Solo, Tim Howard and Gretchen Bleiler bare it all for the cover of this year's ESPN magazine "Body Issue."
  • (image via Bauer-Griffin) Jim Carrey has reinvented himself... as a graffitti artist.
  • (Justin Sullivan/Getty) Steve Jobs, the visionary Apple CEO who co-founded the company out of his parents' garage, has died today. Jobs had been battling cancer since 2004. He was 56.
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