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(CNN) - Trouble has found actress Lindsay Lohan again.  Police confirm they were called to a dispute at the residence between the actress and her mother, Dina.  The two have apparently made up, though.  Yesterday, cameras captured the mother and daughter embracing outside Lohan's childhood home in Mineola, New York.  Police say there was a verbal dispute in a limo.  Police left without making an arrest, saying it was a domestic incident with no damage or injuries.

Justin Bieber becomes a target for thieves.  Bieber posted on his twitter account that he and his tour manager had some personal property stolen Tuesday.  Bieber says he had a computer and camera taken during his concert in Tacoma, Washington.  He had this advice to offer: respect other people's property.  Bieber is currently performing around the U.S. as part of his "Believe" tour.

Also trending this Thursday, the U.S. anti-doping agency says it has an overwhelming amount of evidence against cyclist Lance Armstrong and the U.S. Postal Service cycling team he rode with.  The agency says the champion was involved in quote: "The most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program" in the sport.  The seven-time Tour de France winner has denied ever using performance-enhancing drugs.  The USADA said earlier this year it wants to strip Armstrong of his titles dating back to 1998 and ban him from cycling.

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