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  • The latest on Don Jr.'s divorce: Vanessa Trump lived 'like a second-class citizen'

    New details continue to emerge after Donald Jr. and Vanessa Trump's divorce was announced, with the most recent explanation for Vanessa's filing being tied to her "tight budget."

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  • A 12-year-old started playing with a dog. A deputy punched her in the face, Texas cops say

    It began at Oakwood BBQ in Austin, Texas. It ended with a 12-year-old girl in the hospital and a sheriff’s deputy in handcuffs. It was shortly before 8 p.m. on March 3 when sheriff’s deputy Jack Danford Jr. was sitting at the back of the restaurant with his daughter and her boyfriend while a 12-year-old girl and a small dog were running around near them, according to an affidavit obtained by Fox 26 and other local media. The deputy picked up the dog and petted it before putting it back down, a witness told police in the affidavit. But when the 12-year-old girl began playing with the dog, the deputy allegedly jumped from his seat, tackled the girl and began punching her in the face again and again,

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  • Exes 50 Cent & Vivica A. Fox Reignite Feud After She Claims Their Sex Life Was 'PG-13 Rated'

    50 Cent & Vivica A. Fox Reignite Feud After She Claims 'PG-13 Rated' Sex Life

  • Minka Kelly Mourns the Loss of Her Beloved Dog Chewy: ‘You Were My Rock'

    Minka Kelly Mourns the Loss of Her Dog Chewy

  • The Woman Sexting Her Married Co-worker

    This week’s sex diary.

    The Cut
  • Why Russia, Assad, and Iran combined don't stand a chance against just 2,000 US troops in Syria

    2,000 or so US forces remain in control of Syria's rich western oil fields. Iran, Syria's government, and Russia openly oppose the US presence, but there's not much they can do about it. An expert explains why it would be a losing battle to take on the US. Since the US-led effort against ISIS has destroyed almost all of the terror group's territorial sovereignty in Syria, 2,000 or so US forces remain in control of the country's rich oil fields— something that Iran, Syria's government, and Russia openly oppose. But unfortunately for Russia, pro-Syrian government forces, and Iranian militias, there's not much they can do about it. A small US presence in a western town called Der Ezzor has maintained

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  • Woman rejecting husband's calls after he was found in Mexico with missing teen

    ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- A 45-year-old man who police say ran off to Mexico with a teenage girl was being held in Miami after he was returned to the U.S. over the weekend. The lawyer for Kevin Esterly's wife told CBS News that he has been calling her from jail in Florida. Stacey Esterly hasn't been accepting her husband's calls, attorney John Waldron said in a statement. "Stacey is happy that Amy is home and that Kevin is in custody," Waldron said, referring to 16-year-old Amy Yu, who was taken to a hospital Sunday after returning from Mexico. Amy apparently was unharmed, CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver reports. Her mother told Oliver she was so relieved when authorities found her that she started

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  • Matt Lauer dealt another blow amid reports he's eyeing a 'comeback'

    The fallout continues for Matt Lauer.


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