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  • Kate Gosselin Opens Up About Son Collin's 'Special Needs'

    It's been nearly 10 years since Kate Gosselin introduced her eight children -- twin girls and sextuplets -- to the world. Now 41, Gosselin appears on the latest cover of People magazine with her twin daughters, now 15, and all but one of her sextuplets, now 12. The reality star, who divorced her husband, Jon Gosselin, in 2009, explained to the magazine that the missing sextuplet, Collin, is enrolled in a program away from home to help him reach his full potential.

    Good Morning America
  • With no deal, Chargers withdraw offer to first-rounder Bosa

    Joey Bosa's holdout turned ugly Wednesday when the San Diego Chargers pulled their contract offer to the first-round draft pick and said they'll restructure a new deal that would reflect him playing less than a full season. Bosa has missed all of training camp as his agents and the team wrangle over how much of his $17 million signing bonus he'll get up front, as well as offset language in the case he gets cut. The Chargers were counting on the former Ohio State star to help bolster their pass rush and bring some excitement to a season that could be pivotal to their future in San Diego.

    The Associated Press
  • Man gets 40 years for pouring scalding water on gay couple

    ATLANTA (AP) — A judge sentenced a Georgia man to 40 years in prison Wednesday for throwing scalding water on a gay couple sleeping in an apartment, leaving them with severe burns that required surgery.

    Associated Press
  • David Ortiz Skeptical Of Ted Williams’ ‘Unhuman’ Red Seat Home Run

    Have you ever looked at the red seat located in the right field bleachers at Fenway Park and thought, “How the heck could someone hit a baseball that far?” If so, you’re not alone. The red seat — in Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21 — is stationed 502 feet from home plate and marks the longest home run in Fenway history, struck by Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams on June 9, 1946. The problem is the feat seems so unbelievable that some, including Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, can’t help but question the story’s validity. “You see how strong ballplayers are today” Ortiz said Monday, according to the Boston Herald. “And I’m not saying Mr. Ted Williams wasn’t. But you see how far guys are hitting balls

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  • Here's what you need to know about the CEO behind the big EpiPen price hikes

    Heather Bresch is the daughter of a U.S. senator, incorporated her American company in the Netherlands and got an MBA she wasn't entitled to.

    CNBC
  • Wardrobe whoopsies: On purpose, or an accident?

    Lindsey Vonn showed off her wardrobe malfunction on Instagram. The professional athlete shared a picture of herself at the gym with a few holes in her workout pants. She wrote, "When you get to the gym and your trainer starts laughing at you because your dog ate your pants...literally." Click here for more pictures of the star on Hollywoodlife.com.

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  • 'I'm a white male, and I am prejudiced.' Caller asks for advice from black guest

    A white man from North Carolina called into C-SPAN's Washington Journal on Sunday seeking advice from the show's African American guest. He told her he feared black people and wondered how he might change that. Heather McGhee, the president of Demos, a progressive public policy organization that advocates for equality, was visibly moved as she absorbed the caller's question. In a video that's now been viewed more than 1 million times on Demos' Facebook page, McGhee is seen nodding her head slowly up and down as the man spoke: "I was hoping your guest could help me change my mind about some things. I'm a white male, and I am prejudiced. And the reason it is is something I wasn't taught but it's

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  • Katie Ledecky explains why she is passing up an estimated $5 million per year in endorsements

    What is Katie Ledecky's net worth? The swimmer could have a whole lot more — about $5...

    Business Insider

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