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not just Asians. try finding a good match for yourself, it is not easy. Anna Nicole Smith went for the $$$.

Selena Gomez was scared, as anyone would be, as she dealt with failing kidneys and Lupus, but her faith in God is what gave her the strength to handle it. sources close to the singer tell TMZ.

Our sources say God has become the most important thing in Selena's life, and as scared as she was, she was resigned to the fact that her fate was in God's hands.

Selena, we're told, prayed a lot but also knew she had the power to heal herself by aggressively seeking a transplant. As we reported, Selena was on a kidney transplant list and ultimately received the life-saving organ from her best friend, Francia Raisa.

Jennifer Lawrence  definitely does not have a type. From dating a rock star, an actor and now a director, this leading lady has had a wide-range of real-life love interests.

A source confirmed to PEOPLE on Wednesday that Lawrence, 26, is “casually dating” director Darren Aronofsky, 47, after they worked on an untitled film over the summer.

Though J-Law has previously joked about the lack of romance in her life “What dating life?” she said in April here’s a look back at her dating history, including what she’s previously said about finding love.

the US won t stop being lenient on their soldiers b/c they do not want them to be seen in a bad light. they don t want Americans seeing the atrocities that their "heroes" are committing. the whole situation is ridiculous, especially since the US has no right to invade Iraq (or any other country) as they please. its not their job to bring their so called democracy to other countries.

Every year the president sets a limit on the admission of refugees from around the world, in consultation with various government and humanitarian agencies. This year, it’s all happening in the White House — and refugee advocates fear the cap will be at an all-time low.