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  • Donald Trump Was On Fire At Saturday’s Debate

    Donald Trump is a racist, sexist, fear-mongering serial liar. But when he’s right, he’s right. And on Saturday night, he was on.As many Republicans have noted in their attacks against Trump, he does not adhere to conservative-magazine-style orthodoxy on many issues -- particularly economic policy. During Saturday's GOP debate, Trump...

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  • Summer Festival Performances, Interviews and More!


    Check out 'Rising,' presented by Toyota Music, to see emerging artists' performances, interviews, photos and news from the 2015 summer festival scene.

  • A Stanford professor says eliminating 2 phrases from your vocabulary can make you more successful

    The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape...

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  • Ex-PTA principal awarded $5.7M after couple planted drugs in her car

    SANTA ANA, Calif. — An Orange County couple was ordered to pay $5.7 million for planting drugs in the car of a former PTA president in a failed bid to have her arrested. A jury on Friday made the award to Kelli Peters. The Superior Court panel deliberated less than an hour before finding that Kent Easter of Irvine and his ex-wife, Jill Easter, acted with malice, oppression or fraud, the Orange County Register reported. Kent Easter declared bankruptcy before the civil trial but such protection doesn’t extend to the lawsuit damages, said Rob Marcereau, Peters’ attorney. Authorities said the Easters had an ongoing feud with Peters that started with a comment she made about their 7-year-old son when

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  • Gregg Popovich And Tim Duncan Couldn't Stop Laughing As A Mavs Rookie Taunted The Spurs

    The Mavs got obliterated by the Spurs, but one Dallas rookie still decided to talk some trash to Gregg Popovich.

  • Mom of 6 Keeps it Together While Wearing Old Navy


    When a mom of 6 keeps it together, we bow down. See how this mom rocks trendy outerwear while managing her well-behaved (and dressed) brood.

  • Pamela Anderson Enjoys Family Night Out With Her Handsome Sons

    Pamela Anderson is kicking off her weekend family style! The actress stepped out Friday evening to attend a special screening and reception of her short film Connected at Milk Studios in Los Angeles. While she certainly dressed to impress in a floral dress with heels, it may have been her other family members that turned more than a few heads with their looks. Brandon Lee and Dylan Lee both decided to spend their evening supporting mom's latest project. When posing for photos, 18-year-old Dylan sported a white blazer with black trousers. Meanwhile, 19-year-old Brandon tucked in his signature white T-shirt while wearing dark pants. For those who may not be used to seeing these grown-up teenagers

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  • Iowa margin between Clinton, Sanders shifts as errors found

    Iowa Democratic Party officials are reviewing results from the Iowa caucuses and making updates where discrepancies have been found. Party Chairwoman Andy McGuire the day after Monday's caucuses said no review would be conducted and that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s narrow victory over Bernie Sanders is final. "Both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns have flagged a very small number of concerns for us, and we are looking at them all on a case-by-case basis," Iowa Democratic Party spokesman Sam Lau told the Register. The Register, too, has received numerous reports that the results announced in its precinct Monday night don't match what the Iowa Democratic Party has posted on its official results websites.

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  • Grown-Up Child Still Wonders What Halted Parents' Divorce

    DEAR ABBY: During my childhood, my parents fought loudly and often. When I was 12, they spoke to my sister and me about getting a divorce. I was heartbroken and fought back. Like any kid in that situation, I was upset and scared. I told them they were being selfish and irresponsible for breaking up our family when they were the ones who chose to have children in the first place. They ended up staying together and never mentioned the D-word again. It's 15 years later; they have now been married for 40 years. When I'm around, I still hear them squabble, but nothing like when I was young. ...

    Dear Abby 57 mins ago

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