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Russia Can 'Shut the Power Off' on America

A US security alert contained a jarring warning: Russia has infiltrated the US energy grid and could wreak havoc if it chose to do so.

Today in History for March 17th

Highlights of Today in History: St. Patrick dies; President George W. Bush gives Saddam Hussein 48 hour ultimatum; Franklin D. Roosevelt gets married; Baseball players including Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa testify to congress about steroid use. (March 17)

Overall champions Shiffrin, Hirscher win at World…

Overall champion Shiffrin wins season-ending slalom, Hirscher takes last men's GS

Bassett, Hardwick honor politicians, family

If Angela Bassett could honor anyone, it would be U.S. Senator Kamala Harris and Congresswoman Maxine Waters, while actor Omari Hardwick would honor his family. Both spoke at the recent American Black Film Festival. (March 16)

Why Does Kate Middleton's Bump Look Bigger With…

If you have been wondering if Kate Middleton's baby bump looks a little bigger on this third pregnancy, you were right! It is bigger.

This Genius Technique Makes The Most Gorgeous…

We're getting major Lisa Frank vibes.


French Toast Fries Beat French Toast Any Day

They're like french toast dippers.

O.J. Simpson Claims Fox’s ‘Lost Confession’ Special “Pimped” Him for Ratings

The former football star also talked about ESPN's 'O.J.:Made in America' and FX's 'The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.'

Mitch Kapor Pushes for Social Change in Big Tech

Mar.16 -- Mitch Kapor, Kapor Capital partner, discusses the push for social change in the tech industry with Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."

Jewelry designer Martin Katz's path to fame

Jewelry designer Martin Katz says his decision to let Sharon Stoan borrow some of his jewelry for the premiere of "Basic Instinct" launched him on his path to red carpet fame. (March 16)

TIPPING OFF: UMBC upset puts underdogs in NCAA…

The University of Maryland-Baltimore County proved that anything can happen in the NCAA Tournament

Walton Goggins' Hollywood hustle

"Tomb Raider" star Walton Goggins wasn't content to take the typical food server gigs in between auditions in Hollywood when he was starting out as an actor. He worked his way up at the L.A. Fitness health clubs and started his own valet parking company. (March 16)

This Hot Dog Cooker Makes Perfectly Cooked Franks…

Can't say no to a one-minute meal.


Insanely Easy Weeknight Dinners To Try This Week

Every week, we're delivering five easy-to-make, insanely delicious dinners, so you can put that takeout habit on hold.

Nelly’s rape accuser wants defamation case dropped

Monique Greene believes Nelly and his team are defaming her.

Amazon's Dominance Has Changed the Landscape for…

Mar.16 -- Guru Hariharan, Boomerang Commerce chief executive officer, and Bloomberg Gadfly's Shira Ovide discuss how Amazon is changing the landscape of the corporate world with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Ovide's opinions are her own.

Walton Goggins' entrepreneurial streak

New "Tomb Raider" villain Walton Goggins isn't content to be just an actor. He may hold his own across from Alicia Vikander in the new action movie, but he is also a passionate entrepreneur. (March 16)

Spokeswoman: Matt Damon not moving to Australia…

A publicist for Matt Damon is batting down reports that the actor is moving to Australia with his family

Jeff Sessions Fires Andrew McCabe Less Than 48…

An internal FBI report recommended McCabe be fired after the Justice Department accused him of misleading investigators.

Film Review: ‘Flower’

Bath & Body Works Now Sells Sriracha Candles

It's 50 percent off, too.


Fergie’s National Anthem flub took Josh Duhamel by surprise

Fergie's rendition of the National Anthem during February's NBA All-Star game was mocked mercilessly online.

Why Jay Chaudhry Decided to Take Zscaler Public

Mar.16 -- Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry explains why the company went public now and discusses the company's business model and strategy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Alex Barinka on "Bloomberg Technology."

The Academy Is Investigating Its President For…

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences opened the investigation after receiving three accusations against President John Bailey on Wednesday.