Cops Raid Bieber's Crib; Jack Bauer Returns

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Cops Raid Justin Bieber's Home
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PHOTO: Justin Bieber attends the premiere of "Justin Biebers Believe" at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live, Dec. 18, 2013, in Los Angeles.
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Cops on Tuesday raided the Hollywood home of Justin Bieber, following a weekend incident in which a neighbor claimed the singer caused $20,000 in damage by pelting his house with eggs. He has not commented.

The good news: The Biebs was not arrested, though cops say he hasn't been "exonerated" (eggsonerated? Zing!) either. The bad news: Bieber's buddy Lil Za was arrested for felony possession of drugs, including ecstasy (eggstasy? This is too easy).

Lil Za was released on bail Tuesday night and it's unclear whether he has entered a plea. He could not immediately be reached for comment.

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'24' Makes a Comeback
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PHOTO: Kiefer Sutherland arrives to the 2014 Fox All-Star Party, Jan. 13, 2014, in Pasadena, Calif.
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Jack Bauer is back.

Kiefer Sutherland will reprise his role for a new Fox miniseries, "24: Live Another Day," the actor told E!

The series will co-star Mary Lynn Rjskub, back in the role of computer genius Chloe, and will be shot in London. No air date has been set.

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Please Don't Feed the Killer Whales
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PHOTO: Orcas in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctic Peninsula.
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A prominent marine biologist was sentenced by a federal judge this week for feeding wild orcas off the coast of California, the AP reported.

Nancy Black, who runs a whale watching company, pleaded guilty to one count of violating the Marine Mammal Protection Act, a misdemeanor. She says she was recording the whales' feeding behaviors as part of an ongoing scientific study.

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Is LeBroning the New Tebowing?
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PHOTO: LeBron James reacts after a play during the 2008 NBA Playoffs, May 16, 2008, at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Sports Illustrated has spotted a new trend that even it's dubious of: LeBroning.

A small but growing number of YouTube videos depict mostly young men flailing and falling on the ground in imitation of Miami Heat forward LeBron James' penchant for hitting the floor after even the slightest brush.

Check it out here.

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