It is the question everybody wants to know: Will we see snow? FOX 4 meteorologist Kylie Capps shows the chances of spotting a few flakes Friday into Saturday.
Michael Steele warned about what will come next from the far-right Georgia Republican.
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Blake Lively took advantage of the pre-Labor Day summer season to drop her own hump day thirst-trap bikini pic, featuring her poolside in a short sleeved white top and sleek bottom.
WWE star Hulk Hogan shared a photo of his weight loss transformation on Facebook, in which the wrestler said he was down to 275 pounds, his "9th grade weight."
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A FedEx contract driver in Texas was arrested Friday and accused of kidnapping and murder in the death of a 7-year-old girl who went missing two days earlier, officials said.
TikTok and crop top queen.
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Warnock or Walker? New poll shows who is leading heated GA Senate runoff, as countdown to election begins
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock is leading the Senate race against Herschel Walker in a new CNN/SSRS poll that also found the economy remains the top issue to Georgia voters.
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Princess of Wales Kate Middleton looked like an absolute knockout at the 2022 Earthshot Prize ceremony in Boston on Friday evening and one person certainly took notice – her husband, Prince William. The bedazzling necklace, which was given to Princess Diana by the Queen is thought to be worth more than $15 million.
Multiple Ye-themed internet communities have criticized the rapper for his recent antisemitic remarks and praise for Adolf Hitler.
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A federal judge ordered sanctions against the attorneys of Kari Lake and Mark Finchem in their lawsuit against voting machines.
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'Today' show co-host Jenna Bush Hager wore a sexy black sleeveless dress while appearing as a guest on Andy Cohen's show 'Watch What Happens Live.'
Camila Cabello wore a silky pink suit with no top underneath at L'Oréal Paris' Women Of Worth Celebration. Click here for photos at Cosmopolitan UK.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been accused of taking a private photographer into Buckingham Palace without permission during their farewell tour in Britain, after a behind-the-scenes image was broadcast to millions in their new Netflix trailer.
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Three months ago, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon made the controversial call to appoint an independent expert to examine documents — including classified government materials — seized by FBI agents from former President Donald Trump’s Palm Beach residence.
Walking 10,000 steps a day is one of those mysteriously decided good things we should all do, much like drinking eight glasses of water a day. Evan Brittain, a cardiologist and associate professor at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Tennessee, co-wrote an October 2022 study published in Nature Medicine journal that measured how much exercise people actually got using Fitbit fitness trackers during a median of four years. “We looked across every human disease that showed up in unbiased analysis,” Brittain says.
“I was there as a spectator. I was just along for the ride,” said Jamar Montgomery, who told HuffPost he met Ye just a few days before joining him, Nick Fuentes and Donald Trump for dinner.
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The Green Bay Packers quarterback and Bucks minority owner was courtside for the game against the Lakers at Fiserv Forum.
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The Toronto-based social media star died last week, according to a post made by her parents.
A man who fell off of a cruise ship in the middle of the night said he survived by treading water for 20 hours, eating bamboo, and fighting off jellyfish in shark-infested waters
Other passengers on the ship, like Shant'a Miller White, told Insider that passengers were left in the dark as to what had happened to the man.
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USC's 47-24 loss brings late-in-the-day chaos to the playoff, setting up a comparison between the two-loss Trojans and No. 5 Ohio State.
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Former Idaho prosecutor who visited house where students were murdered reveals killer's possible path
A former Idaho lieutenant governor and attorney general who has been inside the home where four students attending the University of Idaho were found dead says that the suspect likely entered through the back of the house.