Jul 22, 2018
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Trump says Putin summit was a success
Francesco Molinari makes history at British Open
'Oh my gosh, we just had a baby in a Chick-fil-A'
Reynolds tackles 'Deadpool 2' fridging criticism
Giants owner: Trump doesn't grasp anthem protests
Star pushes for Muslim women to write 'Ms. Marvel'
How much protein do you need in your diet?
'I got death threats from the left … [and] right'
Why 'Magnum P.I.' reboot has Mexican-American lead
And some fans think they have receipts.
As expected, Judge Jeanine Pirro wasted no time responding to her heated showdown with Whoopi Goldberg on The View Thursday. At the top of her Fox News show Justice on Saturday, Pirro sarcastically thanked Goldberg for helping her book make it to No. 1 on the bestseller list. “I much preferred you (Goldberg) in the movie Ghost than on The View, ” Pirro snarked. (It was a reply to Goldberg’s earlier statement to Pirro, in which Goldberg said "Jeanine, good luck with your…
Twitter users pounced on President Donald Trump early Saturday after he
The owner of a high-end lemonade stand in San Francisco's Mission District said that he was approached by officers with the San Francisco Police Department on Thursday, July 19 as he was opening his business after someone in the neighborhood thought he was breaking into his own business. Viktor Stevenson, a black man who is the owner of Gourmonade, told AJ+ in an interview that he was checking to see if the security system for his lemonade stand was working when four cops approached him. He said one of the officers had his hand on his gun. "The officer said 'Can you prove that this is your business?' and I said 'Absolutely. Like, I have the key,'" Stevenson told AJ+. "I opened and closed the
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It was the offer of a lifetime he almost refused. A Chelsea art gallery owner hit the jackpot when he took a $15,000 gamble on a storage locker and discovered that its contents held a half-dozen paintings believed to be by famed artist Willem de Kooning — that could fetch tens of millions of dollars. David Killen, the owner of an eponymous gallery on 25th Street, didn’t exactly jump at the chance to buy a storage unit’s worth of abandoned paintings. After all, one high-profile auction house that he wouldn’t name had already turned its nose up at the purchase, so Killen, 59, figured, “How good could it be?” And even when he took a peek, he wasn’t impressed. “What they showed me is a bunch of junk,
There was a time not so long ago when nine-figure venture capital rounds weren’t a near-daily feature of
Snapcash ended up as a way to pay adult performers for private content over Snapchat, not just a way to
Over the course of a weekend we got a glimpse at some of the coming seasons and movies for various sci-fi,
Medicare Advantage plans will be allowed to cover adult day care, home modifications and other new benefits
Thousands of women have sued the company, claiming that the device has caused severe harm, including
The drugs singled out for discounts include the flagging hepatitis C treatment Zepatier and six drugs that