Feb 9, 2016
Liam Neeson has revealed that he has found love again, seven years after the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson. Speaking in a new interview, Liam revealed: “I’d embarrass her if I said her name, she’s incredibly famous.
Networks among the exit-poll consortium just released preliminary data from daylong interviews...
One trillion dollars—that’s how much the government spent last year on means-tested welfare aid, providing cash, food, housing, medical care, and social services to poor and low-income individuals. The food stamp program is the nation’s second largest welfare program. The number of food stamp recipients has risen dramatically, from 17.2 million in 2000 to 45.8 million in 2015. Costs have soared over the same period, from $20.7 billion in 2000 to $83.1 billion in 2014. The most rapid growth in the food stamp caseload in recent years has been among able-bodied adults without dependents (ABAWDs). These are work-capable adult recipients between the ages of 18 and 49 who do not have children or other
Cam Newton certainly didn't help silence his critics during the Super Bowl when a late-game fumble was seemingly there for the taking and he decided not to dive on it. Von Miller came off the edge and blew by right tackle Mike Remmers, as he had done for most of the game. With four minutes left on the clock the ball was stripped from behind, landing feet in front of Newton.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is ready to explain his meme-inspiring Super Bowl moment. When his brother Peyton Manning's team, the Denver Broncos, scored a critical touchdown that helped them defeat the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, cameras captured Eli looking less than enthused about his older brother's soon-to-be victory. Eli Manning be like...
Matt Lauer had no choice but to address the elephant in the room. On Tuesday, the Today co-host interviewed Katie Holmes, who plays a poet struggling with bipolar disorder in director/screenwriter Paul Dalio's film Touched With Fire. Given his tense interview in 2005 with her ex-husband Tom Cruise, in which they debated the merits of pharmaceutical drugs, Lauer asked Holmes how she felt taking on such a dramatic role. "This was a huge challenge and one that I felt pressured to create an authentic character," Holmes said, "because so many people do suffer and I wanted to bring a realistic portrayal to the role." "But you can't just read about something like that," Lauer told Holmes, who divorced
"She was doing very badly, there was a complication ... we took her back to the hospital and she never woke up again," her mother said, adding that if the health system had provided the timely attention that she required, her condition would not have worsened. On November 4, the IACHR granted precautionary measures to the 23-year-old, which required the Colombian state to "adopt the necessary measures in order to preserve her life through proper medical treatment." Her mother said: "They scheduled appointments and gave her creams, but what was lacking was the specialists in her disease. When we received the answer from the IACHR, it was too late." She told CNN en Español: "The state should be
Ted Pick, the global head of sales and trading at Morgan Stanley, just confirmed Wall Street's...
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Shareholders are getting tired of huge banks with weak returns.
Japan's Nikkei (.N225) nosedived 5.4 percent. Oil prices gave up early gains to trade down 1 percent
(AP) - The National Park Service is considering limiting the items it collects at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The agency said in a news release Tuesday that it will only keep items left at the memorial that are personal artifacts of soldiers whose names appear on the memorial; Vietnam War ...
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Lawmakers narrowly reinstate bill that would make nearly 44,000 people on parole or probation eligible to vote
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WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack
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For African-Americans, today’s softer stance on addiction looks painfully different from the crack era.
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