It's Presidents' Day; Are John Mayer and Katy Perry Engaged?

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It's Presidents' Day
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PHOTO: A Portrait of George Washington the first president of the United States.
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There's a reason the bank is closed, your kid is at home, and the mail hasn't arrived... It's Presidents' Day.

Many states used to celebrate both George Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, and Abraham Lincoln's birthday on Feb. 12. A 1968 Federal law made the commemoration of Washington's Birthday a national holiday to be marked on the third Monday in Februrary, but by the 1980s everyone -- especially advertisers -- was calling it Presidents' Day.

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Are John Mayer and Katy Perry Engaged?
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PHOTO: Katy Perry joined her partner John Mayer for a low-key dinner date at Crossroads Restaurant in Los Angeles on Feb. 16, 2014.
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Are they or aren't they?

That's the question John Mayer and Katy Perry fans are asking now that the "Roar" singer has been spotted wearing what appears to be a diamond ring on her left hand.

A rep for the couple could not be reached for comment, and Perry hasn't tweeted since she wore the ring out on Valentine's Day. However, Mayer recently tweeted what could be construed as a compliment about Perry.

"I got the hottest girl in the game pick in' my brain," he tweeted on Feb. 15.

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John Henson, Puppeteer, Dead at 48
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PHOTO: Puppeteer John Henson, the son of the late Muppets creator Jim Henson is seen with Muppets Miss Piggy and Kermit at the Disney/MGM studios in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. on June 15, 1990.
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John Henson, son of Muppets creator Jim Henson, died of a heart attack, The Jim Henson Company said in a Facebook post. He was 48.

Henson is listed among the company's executives on its website, and played the Muppet Sweetums, a loveable ogre, beginning in 1992.

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Teenager Says She's a Serial Killer
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PHOTO: Miranda Barbour is led out of the courthouse after her preliminary hearing in Sunbury, Pa, Dec. 20, 2013.
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Police in five states and the FBI are investigating a teenage girl's claim that she went on a cross country satanic killing spree that claimed at least 22 victims.

Miranda Barbour, 19, stunned police when she told the Daily Item, a small newspaper in Sunbury, Pa., that she had been killing people since she was 13 as part of a Satanic cult. The claim, if true, would make her a rare female serial killer.

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