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Feb 14, 2016

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  • Trump finally went too far for Republicans

    Donald Trump finally made some bold and provocative claims that were largely true, and the Republican Party finally closed ranks to attack him. Raising questions about Barack Obama's status as an American citizen didn't do it. Trump said that invading Iraq was a disaster, that the country was mislead into invading Iraq by the Bush administration, and that the claim that Bush kept the country safe from terrorism is ridiculous because 9/11 happened on his watch.

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  • Ronda Rousey is on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue

    Sports Illustrated released a trio of covers for the latest edition of SI Swimsuit Issue on Saturday night. According to the magazine, this is the first time there has been three different covers — one of which features Ronda Rousey. The other covers feature Hailey Clauson and Ashley Graham.

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  • Leaked documents shed light on sexual assault allegations against Peyton Manning and the smear campaign against the alleged victim

    Court documents from a 2001 lawsuit have been obtained by Shaun King of the New York Daily News...

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  • Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar Surprise Jill, Derick and Baby Israel During Mission Trip

    Now more than six months into their mission trip in Central America, the Dillards recently received some very special surprise guests: the Duggars! Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar traveled to El Salvador to visit daughter Jill, son-in-law Derick and grandson Israel David in El Salvador. It was a great "impromptu visit," Derick wrote Thursday on the family's blog.

  • Kanye West Co-Writer Rhymefest Quits, Says Rapper Needs Counseling

    Chicago rapper and songwriter Rhymefest, who has co-written with Kanye West over the years, tweeted that he stopped working with West last month and that the rapper needs counseling.

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  • Ted Cruz Gets Called Out By Debate Moderator For Making Up Facts About The Supreme Court

    Just hours after news of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death broke, the Republican candidates gathered in Greenville, South Carolina for another GOP debate. While they were all prepared to speak about Scalia’s conservative legacy, the candidates apparently did not have enough time to brush up on their facts about the country’s highest court. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) declared that President Obama should not nominate a successor this year and that the decision should be left for the next president. “We have 80 years of precedent of not confirming Supreme Court Justices in an election year,” he said. CBS’ John Dickerson then pressed Cruz on whether anyone has been confirmed in an election

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  • Teenager steals Air Jordans in Craigslist robbery and has his arm severed in horrific incident

    A 17-year-old Brooklyn teenager is missing an arm, and a 39-year-old man is facing attempted murder charges. This is the result of a horrific scene in New York on Friday that unfolded from a seemingly routine Craigslist transaction. The 39-year-old man known only as "Phil" is a regular buyer and seller of sneakers on Craigslist. He agreed to a sale with the teenager and the pair met in the middle of the day on a busy street. It's here that things went wrong. Climbing into Phil's SUV, it's reported that the 17-year-old pulled a gun on the man, took the sneakers and walked off. Rather than calling the police, Phil took things into his own hand. He did a quick u-turn and ran over the teenager attempting

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  • Ex-students say boarding school kept them in isolation boxes

    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A boarding school for troubled teenagers in Iowa that is being investigated by the FBI routinely kept pupils in small concrete "isolation boxes" for days or weeks and wouldn't let them out unless they sat in a specific posture for 24 hours, according to several former students.

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