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At exactly 1:30pm, in between an informal lunch and lazy post, my cellphone slipped off the counter, vibrating how it does when my alarm goes off. I grabbed my notepad, ran to a desolate place and slammed the door. One minute later, the desk phone flashed. “Hey this is Ice Cube,” the line on the other end of the receiver said. I wasn’t expecting him to call me himself. Routine suggested that I had a second to gather my composure. I was expecting a publicist, who normally is the liaison between interviewer and interviewees, but when you have a “crazy motherf***er straight out of Compton” on the line, there’s no time to be starstruck.

Ice Cubereal name O’ Shea Jackson–is one of the original “N****s With Attitude.” His rap group NWA used the “n-word” as an expressive term to chronicle life growing up as a black man in…

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More than 700 patients at the Buffalo Veterans Administration Center may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C from reused insulin pens, according to the Huffington Post.

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Although authorities told The Buffalo News that there is a very small risk for a diabetic patient who may have been exposed between Oct. 19, 2010 and November 2012, the hospital said it’s giving free blood tests to rule out the possibility of infection.

In a statement to The Associated Press, VA spokeswoman Evangeline Conley said the hospital “recently discovered that in some cases, insulin pens were not labeled for individual patients.” She added that, “although the pen needles were always changed, an insulin pen may have been used on more than one patient.”

Conley said that once this was discovered the hospital took “immediate action” to ensure the insulin pens were…

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Jermaine Dupri‘s Atlanta mansion must have 9 lives — because the music legend just saved the place from foreclosure … for the SECOND TIME in 4 months.

TMZ broke the story … Jermaine’s house came within inches of the auction block back in September — after he allegedly failed to make $193,404 in mortgage payments — but the producer successfully staved off the foreclosure sale, claiming the bill was erroneous.

But after Jermaine again allegedly failed to cough up payments, a new auction date was set for January 2nd.

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And once again, Jermaine rescued his home — filing an emergency motion just days after Christmas, insisting the foreclosure company has continually failed to prove that Jermaine actually owes the money it claims he does.

The company claims he owes roughly $410,000 on the home — Jermaine insists he only owes $111,845.

The judge sided with Jermaine — despite…

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