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Jon Bernthal is best known for his role as Deputy Shane Walsh on AMC's "The Walking Dead" from 2010-12, in which he was nominated for the Breakout Performance — Male Award at the 2011 Scream Awards. [Read More]
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The Chainsmokers reveal the full tracklist for their debut album, Memories... Do Not Open. [Read More]
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Dave Franco and Alison Brie are married, their reps have confirmed. [Read More]
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The third documentary in a series of war-zone chronicles is due in theaters next month. [Read More]
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Mayor of Crosby also faces gambling and assault charges. [Read More]
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Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein! [Read More]
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Gone are the equipment caches known as "activity sets" stored in Europe and South Korea for deploying units to fall in on for exercises and other operations. The focus now is how well the Army can deploy units along with all of its equipment from the continental US to other theaters, rendering activity sets moot, Gen. Gus Perna, Army Materiel Command commander told Defense News in an interview at the Association of the US Army's Global Force Symposium on Monday. [Read More]
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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Long after Bartolo Colon and Tyler Glasnow completed their shaky starts at ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex on Monday afternoon, Adam Walker delivered a walk-off double that gave the Braves a 7-6 win over the Pirates. Johan Camargo began the bottom of the ninth with a single and was replaced by pinch-runner Ronald Acuna, who scored the winning run from first base after Walker's double hit off the left-center-field wall. Eury Perez's game-tying single accounted for the only run Braves left-hander John Danks surrendered despite retiring just one of the first four batters... [Read More]
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A nor'easter was forecast to rage up the East Coast late in the day and through most of Tuesday. [Read More]
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While talking to GQ Style UK, Travis Scott remembers that epic fall during a Drake concert. [Read More]
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Older working class Americans would get hit hard under the Republicans' proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Congressional Budget Office reported Monday. [Read More]
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On Monday night, as a snowstorm bore down on Washington, D.C., Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) marched into the Capitol. In his hand he clenched a copy of the Congressional Budget Office's newly released report finding that the GOP bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act would cause 24 million people to lose their health insurance over the next decade. "It's awful," he said of the report. "President Trump says he wants as many people covered as under Obamacare, and in that Washington Post article he said health care should be affordable. So if there's truly 24... [Read More]
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Riding a second place finish in quick recall and placing in eight different individual categories, including a top finish in social studies by senior Isaac Oettle, Henderson County High School won the school's first ever academic state c... [Read More]
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A total of 24 million Americans would no longer have health coverage by 2026 under the House Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to an analysis released today by the Congressional Budget Office. The legislation, which GOP leaders are rushing to pass, also would reduce... [Read More]
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Take the quiz! [Read More]
Gorgeous lip color doesn't have to drain your wallet. Makeup pros share their cheap lipstick picks. [Read More]
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Fourteen million more Americans would be uninsured under the House Republican health care bill than under Obamacare in 2018, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office said Monday. [Read More]
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Lil Uzi Vert releases an animated music video for his "XO TOUR Llif3" track. [Read More]
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LaVar Ball also wants a sneaker company to offer a $1 billion marketing deal to his sons. [Read More]
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The actor got inked for the first time as Netflix's adaptation of Lemony Snicket's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' gets a second season. [Read More]
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