your cart is empty: Pitbull and Chris Brown's new video, a ban on cell phones while driving and Hulk Hogan denies being gay

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your cart is empty: Pitbull and Chris Brown's new video, a ban on cell phones while driving and Hulk Hogan denies being gay

  • Chris Brown joins Pitbull to sing about girls all around the world in a new video, "International Love."
  • Online shoppers have spent $25 billion this holiday season, up 15 percent from last year. What have you bought online this year?
  • State governments should ban drivers in all states from using cell phones while driving, the National Transportation Safety Board unanimously recommended Tuesday. The recommendation came after a car accident killing two and injuring 38 was caused by a 19-year-old driver who sent 11 text messages in the 11 minutes before the crash. More than 3,000 car accident deaths last year were blamed on distracted drivers and nearly half of all drivers under 25 are sending text messages while driving. States vary on their texting and cell phone laws.
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  • Say goodbye to Channing Tatum and hello to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (as well as Bruce Willis) in the trailer for the action film G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
  • (Getty Images) The birth control patch known as Ortho Evra carries a higher risk of blood clots in the legs and lungs than older birth control drugs but should remain on the market, according to a federal Food and Drug Administration panel of advisers. The most recent study by the FDA found that women using the patch have a 50 percent higher risk of clots than women taking the pill.
  • (Mark Davis/Getty) Legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan is denying his ex-wife's claim that Hogan was in a romantic relationship with fellow wrester Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: "If any of that was true, I would admit it, and (if) I was a homosexual I would embrace it."
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  • (Mark Wilson/Getty) Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky's case will go directly to trial after Sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning. Sandusky will face more than 50 criminal counts of child sexual abuse in trial and 10 victims will testify.
  • José Juan Segura, the manager of regional Mexican group Los Cuates de Sinaloa, was reportedly shot by gunmen in Sinaloa, Mexico. Segura is currently in critical condition.
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