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Heidi Klum's Curves Are Barely Contained by Her Bodysuit in This Impressive New Weight Lifting Photo
Heidi Klum does it again! She’s kicking off the week with her latest nearly nude photo that’s also a throwback from a magazine shoot she did when she was 36 years old. It doesn’t matter that almost 12 years have passed since this image was taken, she looks just as fabulous in 2021. The black-and-white […]
While the British media have played up the rivalry between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle for years now, a new book is shedding some light on the fact that they really do have kind things to say about each other behind closed doors. Christopher Andersen’s Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, […]
- Celtics Wire
Celtics trade two veterans and a young wing to secure the team’s third star in new B/R trade proposal
It's not implausible, and we'd have to think about this one a while before making a decision.
- Road & Track
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- Good Housekeeping
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- Sooners Wire
In an official release from the university, Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney shared his thoughts on OU's hiring of Brent Venables.
- Detroit Free Press
Michigan football will play Georgia with a shot to get to the national championship game on the line.
- Yahoo TV
Chris Noth defends Sarah Jessica Parker amid fallout with Kim Cattrall: 'I feel very protective of her'
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- Men's Health
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- NBC Sports Chicago
Matt Nagy's comments about next week's Packers game sparked the "Football Aftershow" host's rant.
- Ducks Wire
Mario Cristobal is leaving Oregon. Who should replace him? These are a few names to watch.
- Broncos Wire
A video of Broncos rookie guard blowing up Chiefs defender Melvin Ingram already has more than 1.3 million views.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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- The Columbus Dispatch
Coach Ryan Day said freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers' decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal caught him a little bit off guard.
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- USA TODAY Sports
Disputed Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit died Monday morning after a workout at Santa Anita Park, according to trainer Bob Baffert.
- Yahoo Sports Canada
It was an angry, violent and controversial night as the Jets came away with a win over the Leafs.
- The New York Times
In a tense arraignment Saturday morning, James and Jennifer Crumbley listened by videoconference from separate jail cells as they were charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shootings of four Oxford High School students, who, police say, were gunned down by the couple’s 15-year-old son, Ethan. As the judge read each of the charges, one for each of the four students, she asked Jennifer Crumbley if she understood. “I understand,” Crumbley said tearfully. Sign up for The Morning newslet