Snowboarding superstar Shaun White is dropping out of the competition - or at least one competition.
The famed Olympic athlete told the "Today" show this morning that he will not compete in the slopestyle event, making its Olympic debut at the Sochi games this year. White jammed his wrist practicing for the event Tuesday and said the risk of more serious injury on the slopestyle course was too great. He will compete in the halfpipe event.
Bill Nye Debates Creationist
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Bill Nye was once again the "Science Guy" at a debate Tuesday night against the founder of the Creation Museum.
Nye debated against Ken Ham at the Creation Museum in Kentucky on the topic of "How did we get here?" from the perspectives of faith and science, according to the Associated Press. Ham argued that the earth is only 6,000 years old, while Nye tried to convince the audience that the scientific community's claim that the earth is "billions and billions" of years is old was a better argument.
Olivia Newton John Headed to Vegas
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Olivia Newton John will be bringing those summer nights to Vegas this year.
The "Grease" star announced a residency in Las Vegas starting Apr.8, according to E! at the Flamingo.
George Lucas's Museum Plans Rejected
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Ouch. George Lucas has been rejected.
San Francisco denied Lucas's proposal for an art museum at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge, according SF Gate. The museum would have held Lucas's collection of popular art.
Jen Arnold Finished Cancer Treatment
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The Little Couple has big news: Dr. Jen Arnold has completed chemo treatment for her cancer, according to TV Guide.
Arnold had been battling choriocarcinoma and had undergone surgery and chemotherapy.
"I had my official last chemo treatment," she says. "And while I'm hesitant to say I'm cancer-free — maybe that's common for people who have had cancer — I'm doing great. Everything is moving in the right direction. I am very excited."
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