Pope Francis Gives Himself 2 or 3 Years

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Pope Francis Discusses His Mortality
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PHOTO: Pope Francis meets the media during an airborne press conference on his journey back to Rome from Seoul, South Korea, Aug. 18, 2014.
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Pope Francis discussed the topic of his own death apparently for the first time Monday, saying God may give him "two or three years," though he might retire before then.

Speaking to reporters on the papal plane Monday to the Vatican from South Korea, Pope Francis, 77, addressed a question about his global popularity and said, "I see it as the generosity of the people of God. I try to think of my sins, my mistakes, not to become proud. Because I know it will last only a short time. Two or three years and then I'll be off to the Father's House."

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Jackie Chan's Son Arrested
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PHOTO: Actor Jackie Chan and his son Jaycee Chan attend the "Double Trouble" premiere on June 5, 2012 in Beijing, China.
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The son of action-star Jackie Chan was arrested on drug-related charges, according to police in Beijing.

Jaycee Chan, 31, also an actor, was detained Thursday with a Taiwanese movie star Kai Kho, the police stated on their official blog Monday night.

Both actors tested positive for marijuana and admitted using the drug, according to police.

Jaycee Chan's management, M'Stones International, apologized to the public on his behalf in a statement on their website, as first reported by The Associated Press. The company said it would "supervise his rehabilitation and help him return to the right path."

Ko tearfully apologized on air Tuesday through CCTV. "I feel very regretful, very sorry to all the people who support me... I've been a very bad example, I've made a very big mistake," Ko said, according to The Associated Press' translation.

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Ohio State Quarterback Injures Shoulder
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PHOTO: Braxton Miller of the Ohio State Buckeyes warms up prior to the start of the second of the Discover Orange Bowl January 3, 2014 in Miami Gardens, Florida.
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Buckeye fans are waiting anxiously after news that star quarterback Braxton Miller injured again his throwing shoulder. The senior and Big Ten offensive player of the year injured his right shoulder during practice on Monday, The Columbus Dispatch reported. Miller first injured his shoulder back in January at the Orange Bowl against the Clemson Tigers.

Ohio State to Update Braxton Miller's Status

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Keanu Reeves Will Produce and Star in TV Series for First Time
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PHOTO: Keanu Reeves attends the Man of Tai Chi Paris Premiere during Day 4 of the Champs Elysees Film Festival, June 14, 2014, in Paris.
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Actor Keanu Reeves, star of "The Matrix" film series, will star in and produce a television series, "Rain," based on a bestselling book series by Barry Eisler, Deadline reported. On the small screen, the series will follow a contract assassin, John Rain, who is half-Japanese and half-American and makes the death of his targets appear natural.

The search for a script writer has begun, and the series is expected to be produced shortly, Deadline reported. The show is the first series from Slingshot, a company that launched in February in Los Angeles.

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Taylor Swift's New Album, '1989'
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PHOTO: Taylor Swift new album "1989."
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Pop star Taylor Swift surprised fans with the album title and cover for "1989" during a live stream on ABC News and Yahoo Monday.

She debuted her new single, "Shake It Off."

"Having been born on Dec. 13 1989, this album is called '1989,'" Swift said.

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