Nov 14, 2018
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Cleveland reporter, 30, and her uncle found dead
Death toll rises in California's worst wildfire ever
College cancels football after 53rd straight loss
Tucker Carlson makes rare nod to Ocasio-Cortez
Why Michelle Obama respects the Bush and Clinton daughters
Serena Williams's GQ cover sparks outcry
'Pink tax': Women spend more on transportation
Newspaper obit mixes up Stan Lee and Spike Lee
Crowd honors military veteran who had no family
Malia's message to her parents on prom night
Donald Trump berated Theresa May over perceived failings on Iran, unfair trade deals and Brexit during a foul-tempered phone call, it has been reported. The US president is said to have lashed out at Ms May after she phoned him on Friday to congratulate him on the Republican Party’s showing in the midterm elections. Mr Trump’s party lost control of the House of Representatives and made only small gains in the Senate.
Vanessa Hudgens is perfectly content when it comes to her longtime relationship with boyfriend Austin Butler.
UPS driver Jordan Weaver simply wanted to share this scary story with his colleagues. He didn’t realize he was about to share it with the world.
The Packers flew to Seattle last night, but they didn’t take their whole roster with them. Via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, the Packers left for Seattle last night without four players. Wide receiver Randall Cobb, safety Kentrell Brice, cornerback Kevin King, and linebacker Nick Perry did not make the trip so they could stay on their [more]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Latest on arrests in the 2016 killing of eight family members in Ohio (all times local):
Michelle Obama Talks George W. Bush, Their Differing Views
The Los Angeles Times reports that Trump has almost completely stopped his public duties in the wake of Republicans' major election losses. Lawrence discusses Trump's 'brooding' and 'anger' with Jason Johnson and Jennifer Palmieri.
Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano has a way of bursting his Trump-defending colleagues’ bubbles. On Tuesday, during an appearance on Fox Business Network, Napolitano surprised host Stuart Varney by arguing that CNN has a “very good case” against the Trump administration when it comes to the company’s lawsuit over Jim Acosta’s White House access. “The only grounds for revoking the pass are, 'Is the person a danger to the physical security of the president or his family?' And obviously, Acosta may have been an irritant to the president, but he was hardly a danger to him!" Napolitano said emphatically.
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
Imagine coating an expensive part with a layer of diamond dust the width of a human hair, capturing its
Mobile gaming company Jam City is announcing a multi-year deal to create mobile games based on Pixar and
Ford is partnering with Walmart and Postmates to test the business of delivering goods like groceries and
Rapid consolidation has created powerful groups of hospitals, with organizations dictating prices and
Juul will restrict sales of nearly all its flavored pods to the internet, and stop most social media
The largest study to test vitamin D and omega-3 pills in healthy adults found they did little to prevent