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Stephen Miller Likely Sees Other Ethnicities As ‘Unworthy’ To Be American: Uncle
‘Fox & Friends’ Host Recalls That Time The U.S. ‘Defeated Communist Japan’
Omarosa Releases ‘Secret Tape’ Of Lara Trump Discussing Monthly Payments
Omarosa’s New Book Says Ivanka Hated ‘SNL’ Faux Ad For ‘Complicit’
Colorado Man Confesses To Killing Pregnant Wife, 2 Daughters: Police
‘Italy’s Brooklyn Bridge’ Became A Symbol Of Bad Government. Then It Collapsed.
TRUMP REVERSES OBAMA-ERA RULES ON CYBERATTACKS
The Move Could Signal An Increase In Cyberattacks — Even On Domestic Targets
‘WE WILL BE LISTENING TO YOU FOREVER’
Celebrity Fans and Friends React To Aretha Franklin’s Death With Loving Tributes
All The Trump On-Screen Cameos You May Have Missed
White House Forced To Walk Back Inaccuracy About Black Employment Under Obama
Fox News Remembers Aretha Franklin With Photo Of Patti LaBelle
YOU HATE THEM, BUT YOU LOVE THEM
Everyone On ‘Insecure’ Is Trash, And That’s Why We Love The Show So Much
Aretha Franklin Wasn’t Just The Queen Of Soul. She Was The Queen Of Shade.
‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Villain Chris Randone Wrote A Blog About Female Orgasms
‘Black-ish’ Creator Kenya Barris Inks Deal With Netflix For TV Series
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Multiple Women Rejected From Jobs After Company Says They Have ‘Ghetto Names’
The business, a medical clinic in Missouri, claims it was hacked.
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Aretha Franklin Was The Original Pop Diva
She taught Mariah Carey, Céline Dion and others how to do it simply by expressing her worth. "Divas Live" is proof.
Elderly Abuse Victim Weeps After Landmark Settlement With Australian Church
74-year-old Paul Bradshaw, once called a liar for his claims, says he can now die happy.
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Drug Overdoses In America Hit A Record High — Again
New estimates indicate that the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl continues to drive the crisis.
Kim Hong-Ji / Reuters
First ‘Comfort Women’ Day Honors Those Forced Into Brothels In WWII
By Joyce Lee, Yimou Lee, Reuters
The Japanese army sexually abused some 200,000 South Korean women and girls during the war.
Jonathan Bachman / Reuters
Executive Pay Is Surging And There’s A New Idea To Give Workers A Cut
Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants employees to have a seat at the boardroom table — several, in fact.
Patrick Fallon / Reuters
450 Asylum Seekers Are Stuck In Federal Prison Because ICE Has No Room
"The chaos has not stopped. It's a mess," a union representative said of the prison facility in Victorville, California.
Rihanna And Donald Glover Were Spotted Together In Cuba
The pair are reportedly working on a project called "Guava Island" with "This Is America" director Hiro Murai.
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The Dirty Secret In Your Electricity: Animals
Green energy supplier Ecotricity has launched the world’s first certified vegan electricity.
NYU To Cover Tuition For All Medical Students
Each student will receive an annual scholarship of $55,018 regardless of their financial situation.
Federal Court OKs Suit Challenging Ohio’s Gerrymandered Congressional Map
Obama carried Ohio in 2012, but the GOP has won the same 12 of the state's 16 House seats in every election this decade.
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How Gender Reveals Became Such A Thing
Exploring the history, popularity and criticism of this pregnancy trend.
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