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Bill Nye revealed a "stunning breakthrough" about the universe during Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer" on Tuesday night.

After showing a clip of a woman explaining to a friend that the universe told her to start taking a calcium supplement, Nye told viewers, "We now know the universe is essentially a force sending cosmos guidance to white women in their twenties."

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During a mock trial on Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer," comedian Amy Schumer defended Bill Cosby from the numerous sexual assault allegations against him.

After playing a clip from "The Cosby Show," Schumer said she didn't "feel raped" and instead "felt comforted by a familiar father figure, nostalgia, happiness, laughter."

She then argued that the trial "is about not punishing ourselves for loving great comedy." She told the jury that they don't deserve to feel a pang of guilt when watching "The Cosby Show" reruns.

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Virtually no one in the international diplomatic community wants an Israeli government that openly opposes the two-state solution—but the time has come to face the uncomfortable truth. While it has been clear for years that Netanyahu is stalling talks, building settlements and strengthening the hard right in Israel, the world has continued to hope that Netanyahu’s overt ambiguity over the two-state solution means he is willing to go there at the end of the day.

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With Rick Santorum and George Pataki set to announce candidacies this week, and with the ranks of proto-candidates rapidly converging on those who haven’t made it official strictly for fundraising purposes or day-job responsibilities, we are very likely looking at a field of 15 candidates or so, not counting those beyond the pale of party or media respectability. Bush, Carson, Christie, Cruz, Fiorina, Graham, Huckabee, Jindal, Kasich, Pataki, Paul, Perry, Rubio, Santorum, Walker: all of these people are currently running. Add Donald Trump, former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich and former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, and we’ve got 18 candidates. For a point of comparison, there were nine candidates in 2012 (or ten if you count former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer, who announced late and was not invited to appear in the televised debates).

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ZURICH (AP) — Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, throwing FIFA deeper into crisis only hours after seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a separate U.S. corruption probe.

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After former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) abruptly broke the news last week that Bristol Palin had called off her wedding to Dakota Meyer, Bristol on Tuesday addressed the canceled wedding.

"I guess you have seen by now that the wedding — that was supposed to happen last weekend — was called off. I’m sure you’ve seen this has been all over the media, but this is a painful time for family and friends and I would just really appreciate your prayers," Bristol Palin wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.

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