Denver Public Schools is opening a free grocery store at Place Bridge Academy to help families dealing with food insecurity.
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Tammie Frank, the wife of Power Rangers star Jason David Frank, shared his cause of death following news of his passing on Nov. 20.
Buckingham Palace staffer who resigned over racist comments once reportedly said Harry and Meghan's marriage would 'end in tears'
Lady Susan Hussey resigned after reportedly asking a Black charity founder "where they really came from" multiple times during a royal event.
The Today show weather anchor, 68, is back in the hospital and had been treated for blood clots in his leg and lungs
- Business Insider
As Ukrainian forces recaptured a key town, another elite Russian unit appears to have gone through 'the meat grinder'
Kyiv caught the world off-guard with its fast-paced counteroffensive this summer, including an elite Russian unit in a key city in eastern Ukraine.
Jesse James’ wife, Bonnie Rotten, just went OFF on him on her Instagram Story and it is truly shocking. The 29-year-old former adult actress posted and then deleted several stunning and unexpected allegations against her husband. James was previously married to actresss Sandra Bullock, but was accused of cheating on her, and the famous couple […]
- The Oprah Magazine
Sharon Stone, 64, shared a topless bikini photo on Instagram, writing: “Gratefully Imperfect on a Perfect Day.” Fans adored the glowing, confident shot.
- The Guardian
Republican candidate’s reference to his out-of-state home opens him to same attacks that dogged Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania
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Democratic Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Shaheen shut down Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's questions about President Biden's role in the 2016 firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor.
- Rolling Stone
Trump's response to accusations of antisemitism is to accuse his Jewish conservative critics of being disloyal
- The Daily Beast
GettyUkrainian officials have been warning for months that—in addition to kicking Russia out of territories seized this year—they also intend to take back territories stolen before the war, including Crimea, the peninsula illegally annexed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2014.And though Ukraine’s messaging on the matter is simple—that Ukrainian victory is about taking back Crimea, too—Russia’s response has been garbled in recent days. While some are urging Moscow to take the threat of a U
- NBC Sports Boston
Royalty was in the house Wednesday at TD Garden, as Prince William and Princess Kate sat courtside for the Celtics' game against the Heat amid their multi-day stay in Boston.
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Ashton Kutcher and his twin brother, Michael Kutcher, sit down for their first joint interview on Paramount+’s ‘The Checkup With Dr. David Agus.’ The actor has an emotional discussion with his twin brother, who was born with cerebral palsy, and had a heart transplant. The first three episodes of ‘The Checkup With Dr. David Agus’ will debut on Dec. 12.
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Authorities have not identified a suspect in the murders of four college students, but some experts say detectives shouldn't discount the killer potentially being an "incel."
- The Guardian
Rightwing provocateur says he helped arrange for white supremacist to attend dinner with Trump and Kanye West
- Women's Health
Emily Ratajkowski just showed off her super toned abs and butt in some new bikini photos on Instagram. To stay fit, the model, 31, likes to take Zumba classes.
The Treasury Department complied with a request for the former president's tax returns after a three-year legal battle.
The actor has technically been using a stage moniker for years.
Amal Clooney Switches Out Her Signature "Espresso Brown" Hair Color for a "Hot Chocolate" Winter Update
Being a busy social person, I struggle to manage my twice-a-week haircuts (a male beauty editor has...
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Cochise County supervisors are holding out on certifying voters' election results, which would help Democrats, and Katie Hobbs is fighting them.
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