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A Chicago-area man reported missing by his newlywed wife on his honeymoon in Florida was found before too long - and arrested for hiring a prostitute.

One who was actually an undercover detective.

John Mugshot

Mohammed Ahmed, 21, was busted after he responded to an online ad posted by Polk County Sheriff's Office detectives and arrived to meet the woman.

When Ahmed didn't return to the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, where he was honeymooning with wife, she reported him missing.

She was subsequently informed that her husband had been arrested and charged with prostitution and possession of marijuana, according to NBC Miami.

A four-day sting from May 8-11 netted a total of 92 arrests including 39 "johns," including a youth minister paying for sex with a teenager, and 12 pimps.

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The original Coca-Cola recipe, dated 1943, has allegedly been found ... by a Georgia man who's auctioning it off and asking for eight figures in return.

Cliff Kluge claims he got the original Coke formula from a box of papers he purchased at an estate sale. It's on eBay for $5 million (Buy It Now for $15M)!

The authenticity of the formula has not been confirmed:

Coke Recipe

"You don't stumble on things like this very often," he said. "It's a letter, and a formula, and the processes to make it. I think it's a little deeper than having fun"

"I think it's the original recipe for Coca-Cola."

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Bing has finally one-upped Google in the nerd-cred department.

In honor of this week's premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness, Bing Translator has added the Trek language Klingon, or as I'll be referring to it: Bingon.

Worf from Star Trek

Starting today, you can visit the Bing Translator to convert a phrase from any of the languages available into Klingon.

The language is also available on the Windows Phone app (so the guy who has that can use it there).

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Phoenix, Ariz., police officer Natalie Simonick recently spotted a teenager who was walking down the street in a desolate neighborhood late at night.

When she asked him what he was doing, Christian Felix, 18, said he missed the bus, so he was walking the nine miles home from his job at McDonald's.

Kid, Bike

Simonick, 46, offered him a ride home, and became increasingly impressed. Felix didn't drink or smoke, and had never been in trouble with the police.

She asked why he didn't ride a bike home, and when he replied that he didn't own a bike, and had never learned to ride one, she gave him her spare.

Simonick also arranged for her employer, the Phoenix Police Department, to give him a bike-riding lesson. Suffice it to say, the teen was grateful.

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President Barack Obama finds himself dealing with three separate scandals in a confluence of events that could threaten his second-term agenda.


He was already in damage control mode and trying to dismiss GOP criticism of his administration's handling of September's deadly Benghazi attacks.

Now, the Internal Revenue Service has been under scrutiny for targeting conservative groups - a surprising admission that Obama vocally criticized.

And meanwhile, a third scandal erupted after the Associated Press revealed that the Justice Department had secretly obtained its phone records.

Even the most ardent liberals can't ignore the impact of three potential scandals at once, as Obama's plans for his second term might be in real trouble.

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For Broward County, Fla., law enforcement officials, porn has never been so useful. But we're not talking about porn of the Farrah Abraham variety.

If it weren't for a shared photo of a juicy steak - known as "food porn" in social media parlance - a major identity theft ring would still be operational.

Food Porn Thieves!

Nathaniel Troy Maye, 44, and Tiwanna Tenise Thomason, 39, were arrested after a photo he posted online led police to Morton's steakhouse in Ft. Lauderdale.

Maye, from Harlem, and Thomason, from Miramar, Fla., were being tracked by investigators after an anonymous person recently tipped off the IRS.

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Minnesota is set to become the 12th U.S. state where gay couples can get married later today. Same-sex marriages will be permitted as of August 1.

MN Celebration

Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton has pledged to sign the bill, which passed the state legislature Monday, at a scheduled a ceremony at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Minnesota is now the first state in Midwest to legalize gay marriage by legislative vote, and the third in just 10 days, joining Rhode Island and Delaware.

Thousands of gay marriage supporters thronging the Capitol erupted after the state Senate's 37-30 vote; the House passed it last week on a 75-59 vote.

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Despite the claims by Kim Kardashian and other spokespeople, a federal judge made it official yesterday:

Skechers do not help one lose weight.

And as a result of this false advertising claim by the company, it has been ordered to pay $40 million to those who filed a class action lawsuit.

Kim Kardashian Skechers Ad

U.S. District Judge Thomas B. Russell in Louisville approved the settlement, which sounds like a lot more than it is considering the number of consumers involved:

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Angelina Jolie has gone public with her choice to undergo a preventative double mastectomy.

In Tuesday's New York Times Op-Ed section, Jolie revealed the difficult medical decision she made after discovering she carried the BRCA1 gene.

This leads to an increased risk in breast and ovarian cancer.

Angelina Jolie Waves

Jolie's mother, Marcheline Bertrand, passed away at 56 after battling cancer for over a decade.

As Jolie said in her article, We often speak of “Mommy’s mommy,” and I find myself trying to explain the illness that took her away from us. They have asked if the same could happen to me."

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McDonald’s is adding three new Quarter Pounders to its menu and phasing out Angus offerings as it looks to focus its attention on one of its most popular brands.

3 New Quarter Pounders!

The company says the new burgers will replace its meatier Angus third-pounders, which were among the most expensive items on its menu at around $4 to $5.

The Quarter Pounders will come in two of the same varieties as the Angus burgers, Bacon and Cheese and Deluxe, and Habanero Ranch as well.

The new Quarter Pounder line will use a bun that has eight grams of whole grains, while original Quarter Pounders will stay with their regular bun.

McDonald’s will roll out the new items nationally in mid-June.

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