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"'Don’t tell anyone,' he said next. 'Why not?' I asked. 'We have to protect the kids. They can’t know. The town can’t know.'''
Leah Newman, a former Harpo Entertainment executive and daughter of WME partner Robert Newman, died Nov. 24 in Los Angeles at the age of 33, two days after giving birth to a daughter. In an unbelievably tragic turn of events, Leah Newman died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, just two days after the birth of her […]
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Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Erik Cernak scored one of the craziest goals you will ever see in an NHL game on Tuesday night against the St. Louis Blues.
- Kansas City Star
Upon closer inspection, the hunter quickly noticed something was amiss.
The Denver Post editorial board slammed the conspiracy theory-endorsing Colorado Republican as "clearly incapable of remorse or reflection."
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The New York Times reports more than 775,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and more than 48 million have had the virus. However, many others have likely had COVID but weren't tested or were asymptomatic and didn't realize they had it. While it's impossible to know if you've been infected without seeing a physician or getting tested, there are signs you've had it. COVID affects everyone differently, but according to virus and medical experts Eat This, Not That! Health spoke with, here are the
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We're learning more about the suspect who allegedly killed three people and shot eight others at Oxford High School on Tuesday afternoon.
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Northwest High School volleyball alum Fatimah Shabazz died at North Carolina A&T where she was about to lead her team into a big tournament.
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There are 83 bowl-eligible teams and 82 bowl spots. Who is going to miss out on a game?
Kate Middleton Couldn't Conceal Her Reaction to This Child Listing Harry & Meghan as Her Favorite Royals
Kate Middleton might have had the most real moment we have ever seen on-camera while visiting Nower Hill High School last week. The surprise appearance in a classroom filled with 12 and 13-year-old students led to some very teen-related questions — one that had an interesting reaction from the Duchess of Cambridge. She sat down […]
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Pete Davidson Proves He's the Best Big Brother While Sitting Courtside at Knicks Game With Sister Casey
While Kim Kardashian was in Miami, Pete Davidson, his mom Amy and his sister Casey watched the Brooklyn Nets face off against the New York Knicks. See the family photos.
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Not always the easiest to take the high road...
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was on the receiving end of a brief but brutal ding from "The Late Show" comedian.
Accuser says Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein picked her up at summer camp when she was 14 years old and sexually abused her for 5 years
"I felt very ashamed, I felt disgusted, I was confused. And I didn't know whether it was my fault," the accuser said.
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The Purdue student section made a touching gesture to Florida State point guard RayQuan Evans, whose brother recently died of leukemia.
An Oxford High School student shared video with father, who shared it with FOX 2, about the scene inside the building as a gunman opened fire, leaving three people dead.
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The Giants non-tendered three young players on Tuesday, opening up three roster spots as they look to fill out their rotation.
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Jake DeBrusk has requested a trade from the Bruins, so let's look at five potential teams that Boston could shop him to.
- Bengals Wire
Some interesting thoughts on the Joe Burrow vs. T.J. Watt encounter.
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As you dream, your brain sifts through your memories, thoughts, and feelings. And while most people are aware that dreams can serve as a window into our cognitive states, fewer realize that they can also shed light onto aspects of our physical health. Experts from the Sleep Cycle Center (SCC) say that in particular, your dreams may be able to alert you to a potentially dangerous disorder that occurs in sleep. That's because as your brain subconsciously processes your physical symptoms, it can co