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  • Why Jorge Ramos crossed the line in confronting Donald Trump

    If Jorge Ramos looked like an activist disrupting an event the other night, perhaps that is no accident.

  • Black Lives Matter boos Washington DC mayor's anti-crime plans

    The boos began as soon as Washington's mayor said she was putting more police officers on the streets in neighborhoods affected by violent crime. They didn't let up for the next 18 minutes as Democrat Muriel Bowser laid out her plans to address an increase in homicides in the nation's capital.

  • Anti-abortion groups demand Portrait Gallery remove Planned Parenthood founder bust

    Anti-abortion activists held a rally Thursday outside the National Portrait Gallery to demand the Washington museum remove a bust of Margaret Sanger, a controversial eugenicist who founded the organizations that later became Planned Parenthood.

  • Darryl Dawkins, former basketball player, dead at 58

    Darryl Dawkins, the flashy basketball player who had a habit of nicknaming his backboard-breaking slam dunks, has died, according to Eastern Pennsylvania’s WFMZ. Dawkins, who was 58, lived in the Lehigh Valley following his playing career.

  • Lady Antebellum taking a break after current tour

    Lady Antebellum have been hard at work this year, but the hitmaking country trio will take a break from recording and touring after their current tour comes to an end.

  • Topping Turmoil: Big Pizza fights ObamaCare menu mandate

    The pizza lobby is mounting a double-extra-large battle against looming government regulations that would force their franchises to post a dizzying array of calorie counts on their menus.

  • Christina Milian's newborn nephew dies

    Hours after welcoming her new son into the world, Danielle Milian announced that her newborn boy had tragically passed away.

  • Inside Vester Lee Flanagan's life

    Vester Lee Flanagan, the crazed gunman who executed on live morning TV two local journalists who worked at his former station, was told before being fired by the station to seek help for possible mental health issues -- then lingered in Roanoke, Va., for more than two years, living in a squalor amid publicity photos of himself, porn and sex toys.

  • Joe Brown reportedly begins 5-day jail term for contempt of court

    Former TV judge Joe Brown surrendered to Tennessee deputies and has begun serving his five-day jail sentence for contempt of court, TMZ reports.

  • ‘Powder kegÂ’ employees a problem for HR even after theyÂ’re gone

    Angry employees like self-described “powder keg” Vester Lee Flanagan, the onetime TV reporter who killed two former co-workers on live television Wednesday, are able to move from job to job because old bosses are too leery of legal action to talk when called for a reference, according to experts.

  • Activists want US to do more to help Christians fleeing ISIS

    Advocates are calling for the U.S. government to do more to help hundreds of thousands of Middle East Christians fleeing ISIS, many of whom are seeking help after  escaping situations in which they are often forced to either convert to Islam or die, or risk being sold into slavery.

  • Clinton compares GOP candidates' views to those of terrorists, RNC wants apology

    The Republican Party called on Hillary Clinton to apologize Thursday after she compared GOP candidates to terrorists during an Ohio campaign stop.

  • Call me 'ze,' not 'he': University wants everyone to use 'gender inclusive' pronouns

    For all you folks who went to school back when there were only him and her – here’s a primer.

  • Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton: Why I became a $600/hr hooker

    Former U.S. Olympian and University of Wisconsin track star Suzy Favor Hamilton said Wednesday that she will release a memoir next month that will touch on the mental health issues that compelled her to lead a double life as a Las Vegas call girl.

  • Teacher who was late for work 111 times keeps job

    An elementary school teacher has been allowed to keep his job even though he was late for work 111 times over a two-year period.

  • Woman loses 112 pounds after kicking Coca-Cola habit

    A British woman who consumed 4 liters of Coca-Cola a day lost almost half her body weight after giving up the drink, according to a report.

  • Nicholas Brendon storms off Dr. Phil set

    Troubled Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Nicholas Brendon, who recently entered rehab after being arrested three times this year, walked out of his scheduled interview with Dr. Phil on Wednesday.

  • Evidence mounts that soon-to-be flush Iran already spurring new attacks on Israel

    A recent upsurge in terrorist activity directed at Israel from a variety of Iranian-sponsored proxies appears to lend weight to the argument that releasing tens of billions of dollars in frozen funds to the Tehran regime without garnering any commitment from them to rein in their sponsorship of designated terror groups can only add fuel to the fire of regional conflict.

  • 11 sex tips that are better than ‘female ViagraÂ’

    As the buzz continues over the FDA’s approval of a libido drug for women, let us not forget this old-school truth: Plenty of proven pleasure-inducing sex tactics do not involve a prescription (or even any money).

  • Hiring of accused pedophile rocks Albuquerque school system

    He was slated to be second-in-command at Albuquerque Public Schools, but Timothy Martinez has instead started the year as a fugitive on the run from police in two states before being captured Wednesday after he was revealed to be facing multiple outstanding child sex abuse charges in Colorado.

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