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Video of Jay Z-Solange fight creates Internet uproar
It appears that Beyonce's sister Solange is Jay Z's 100th problem.
According to TMZ, an elevator security camera in the Standard Hotel picked up a fight between Solange Knowles and Jay Z — and video of the attack is burning up the Internet.
A security guard in the elevator hits the emergency stop switch. The security guard holds back Solange from further attacking her brother-in-law. Beyoncé stands in the elevator the whole time without getting involved physically.
And while the Internet was going nuts over the alleged elevator fight, Beyonce and Jay Z just wanted to watch some basketball. The pair was spotted courtside during the Heat's win over the Nets Monday night.
Santa Maria lost ship may have been found
It's the biggest discovery since 1492!
A world-renowned explorer believes he's found Christopher Columbus' long-lost cargo ship, the Santa Maria, which was wrecked in a storm more than 500 years ago.
An expedition funded by the History Channel tracked down what it says is the skeletal remains of the ship, which foundered in the Caribbean in 1492.
Brandon Clifford told CNN that he first found the shipwreck more than a decade ago -- on a shallow reef near Haiti's northern coast.
Clifford says he's now confident the ship is the Santa Maria. The underwater explorer says a cannon found at the site features a fifteenth-century century design.
He considers that cannon to be the "smoking gun" -- part of the proof the ship is the Santa Maria.
Armless tennis player proves anything is possible
Egypt's Ibrahim Hamato has no arms, but that hasn't stopped him from becoming a top-notch table tennis player.
Hamato lost his arms in an accident at age 10, forcing him to find a new way to compete in his favorite game. He now plays table tennis with a racket in his mouth, swatting at balls with a flick of his head.
He was specially invited to the Zen-Noh 2014 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo by International Table Tennis Federation President Adham Sharara.
In an interview in the video, Hamato says, "nothing is impossible as long as you work hard."
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