Sep 24, 2018
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MLB star rips ump: 'Everyone knows he's terrible'
Rosenstein's fate unclear as Trump meeting looms
Nike's market value soars $6B after Kaepernick ad
Packers star again victim of questionable ref call
Policewoman who allegedly shot neighbor loses job
Children's remains found in Mexican mass graves
Tiger's win is the greatest comeback in sports history
J.Lo wears her sexiest dress ever backstage with Sofia Vergara and Jessica Alba
Meghan Markle's romantic wedding day surprise for Harry
Bills embarrass Kirk Cousins on and off the field
Michael Avenatti has claimed to be “aware of significant evidence” that Brett Kavanaugh targeted multiple women for sexual assault at house parties while in high school. In an email to Mike Davis, the chief counsel for nominations, Mr Avenatti said he was representing a woman with “credible information” that incriminated Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick and Mark Judge, Mr Kavanaugh’s former classmate. Mr Avenatti - lawyer for Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who was paid not to reveal details of an alleged affair with Mr Trump - said the alleged victim, Deborah Ramirez, was not his client.
Tiger Woods' Girlfriend: What to Know
Researchers have found unexpected movements six miles underground near the San Andreas Fault as scientists reiterate warnings about an inevitable "big one" — a powerful earthquake that could devastate California. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst studied thousands of small earthquakes near the fault and found that they "move in a different way than expected." This movement, which they called a "deep creep," could help them understand the process leading up to a large and damaging earthquake, the university said. While these earthquakes move differently to how a big earthquake along the San Andreas Fault would, the new findings come as scientists repeat longstanding warnings
She's also not here for your selfie requests.
Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working on a fishing hut when a storm struck and set him adrift.
Papa John's International Inc. has taken another step to distance itself from its ousted founder, John Schnatter. As AdAge points out, the possessive brand name suggests that the company is owned by Schnatter. The words "Papa" and "Johns" are in separate, angled rectangles, and the "s" in "Johns" is slightly smaller, with an underscore.
Although she ditched Ken for Kourtney.
The NFL’s new focus on roughing the passer has once again created a Sunday evening ruckus. And, once again, Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is smack dab in the middle of it all. But the NFL insists that today’s call — a penalty arising from Matthews landing on Washington quarterback Alex Smith with all or most [more]
Why we can’t turn away from shows like Serial and Making a Murderer. (Photo: Getty Images)
Adonis Hill, a trainer on the upcoming show “Fit to Fat to Fit,” went from weighing 217 pounds to 286
As a nearly constant traveler I’ve been looking for something like the Surface Go all my life. I
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Against my better judgement and repeat warnings from those who knew better, I went ahead and installed
A trial enrolling new patients resembles “an experiment that would be conducted on laboratory animals,” one
With a new genetic tool, scientists move a step closer to eradicating mosquitoes and the deadly diseases
A clip used to repair damaged heart valves sharply reduced deaths among patients with a grim prognosis.