The Social Climber: Megan Fox Pregnant With Her Second Child

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Megan Fox Pregnant With Her Second Child

Megan Fox, 27, and Brian Austin Green, 40, are expecting their second child, her rep has confirmed to ABC News.

Fox and Green got married in June 2010 and already have a son Noah Shannon, who was born last September. Her first pregnancy was confirmed April 2012.

Fox is also stepmother to Green's son Kassius, 11. In December, Fox was candid about her horrible morning sickness from Noah and the need for an epidural during the delivery.

PHOTO: The U.S. embassy in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, will close Aug. 4, 2013 amidst terrorist threats.
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US Embassies to Close Sunday Amid Terrorist Threat

U.S. embassies in a slew of Muslim countries will close on Sunday due to a credible and serious security threat.

The embassies will close in response to "a specific threat against a U.S. embassy or consulate," according to a senior U.S. official, who called it a "concerted effort" to target an embassy or consulate in a Muslim country.

"We just don't know which one," the official told ABC News.

"There could be other targets, not just embassies," another U.S. official said. The threat is considered to be throughout the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.

PHOTO: Michelle Knight leaves the courtroom after the sentencing phase for Ariel Castro, Aug. 1, 2013, in Cleveland.
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Kidnap Victim Michelle Knight Confronts Ariel Castro for 'Hell' She Endured

Michelle Knight, one of three women who survived more than a decade of captivity in Ariel Castro's Cleveland house, made a powerful statement in Castro's sentencing hearing on Thursday.

Knight confronted Castro for the "hell" she endured in his house for 11 years.

She delivered a victim's impact statement telling the man who tormented her for more than a decade that "I will live on, but you will die a little every day."

Castro was sentenced to life in prison without parole plus 1,000 years.

PHOTO: Jodi Sweetin Not In Rehab
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'Full House' Alum Jodie Sweetin Denies She's in Rehab

As Stephanie Tanner would say, "How rude!"

Former "Full House" actress Jodie Sweetin is insisting that she's not in rehab and simply works in a rehab center, according to TMZ.

"I am absolutely not in rehab," Sweetin told TMZ following reports that she had checked into a facility.

Sweetin has struggled with addictions to cocaine, meth and ecstasy in the past. She filed for separation from her third husband, Morty Coyle, in June and said that she's staying on the Los Angeles rehab center's property, where she works, during the split.

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Queen Elizabeth Had Speech Prepared for World War III, Documents Show

Here's a speech that everyone can be grateful was never delivered.

A fascinating piece of history was revealed in London in the form of a speech written for Queen Elizabeth II during the Cold War. The speech was written in 1983 in the event that nuclear war broke out.

"Now this madness of war is once more spreading through the world and our brave country must again prepare itself to survive against great odds," the speech reads, the words written by typewriter on a government document labeled "secret."

The speech was saved in the National Archives and released on Thursday.

Netflix Getting Personal With User Profiles for Individual Recommendations

If you're a dad whose 5-year-old is prone to binge-watch "Dora the Explorer" on Netflix, the website has probably been recommending "SpongeBob Squarepants" when all you want is to watch "Breaking Bad."

Well, Netflix has a solution for you. The video website has just launched a tool that cultivates individual user profiles for up to five users on one account. It gives each person individualized suggestions based on what they've watched and what they've marked as their favorites.

Users can also link to their Facebook accounts to share what they've watched and get recommendations from friends.

PHOTO: "Iron Man" Cal Ripken walks with his mother Vi Ripken
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Cal Ripken Jr. Offers $100K Reward for Info on Mother's Abduction

It has been just over a year since baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr.'s mother was found safe after she'd been abducted at gunpoint from her home northeast of Baltimore and her son is still looking for answers.

"In our minds, this is important, not only for us and our community, but for all communities," Ripken said Thursday, according to the Baltimore Sun. "We would like to get closure on this case and give all of us some peace of mind."

Ripken Jr., 52, announced a $100,000 reward for information on the man who bizarrely abducted Vi Ripken, 75, drove her around in her Lincoln Town Car and then released within yards of her home the next day.

A suspect photo was released but police have not found the man responsible for the abduction.

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