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Good morning. Here are the 5 things you need to know this morning.
Nadya Suleman, the woman famously known as “Octomom,” was charged Monday with welfare fraud after failing to report nearly $30,000 in earnings. (CBS News)
When we use babytalk with babies, what does that do to their future language learning? (Popular Science)
5 common mistakes people make after getting engaged. (Huffington Post)
According to a new study by the University of Maryland, having sex affects your intelligence. (The Atlantic)
Diplomacy pays off. Iran will receive $550 million at the start of February. The money is part of a temporary agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program and goes into effect Jan. 20. (Reuters)
Kim Kardashian had to come to Kanye West’s rescue on Monday after the rapper allegedly assaulted a teenager at an office building in Beverly Hills. And not only that, but it looks like she helped Yeezy slip out of the scene of the crime before the cops arrived