What could you go without, U.S.’ Love Affair With Soccer Continuing, and Facebook Rubbing Viewers the Wrong Way?

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What could you go without?

Some people say they'd give up deodorant before phones. A recent survey shows that almost half of Americans say they couldn't go a single day without their phones. Some of the things people say they wouldn't give up were their cars, the internet and toothbrushes.

Will the U.S. world cup love affair last?

Now that team USA is out of the running and when the world cup moves on, a lot of people are wondering, will Americans still care about the soccer? For some 40 years, soccer hasn't been a popular sport in the United States. So what happens now?

Ever feel like all the news you read is depressing? Facebook rubbed some of its users the wrong way when it decided to manipulate thousands of its users' feeds. The social media giant intentionally put upbeat posts on some of its users’ feeds and negative posts on others without their permission. The results of the study were published in the journal science some people were livid when they found out what Facebook did.

Singer Robin Thicke is just determined to get his estranged wife, actress Paula Patton, back. He's trying to get his message across through his music. And Tuesday he released an album named after her, "Paula!"