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A Tribe Called Quest premieres the video for "Dis Generation," and Q-Tip explains the importance of art. [Read More]
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The reporter just so happened to interview a particularly buff, and well media-groomed gentleman about road rage. [Read More]
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While DC restaurants prepare for a possible shortage of workers, some say the strike won't largely impact restaurants. [Read More]
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Members of the Reds front office and coaching staff start off the year by trolling the media. (All in good fun.) [Read More]
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London-based pie chain Pizza Express is trying to use the power of pizza to bring potential customers together, hosting a series of mozzarella-topped... [Read More]
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Ray Johnstone's classified ad seeking a fishing buddy went viral on Twitter and Facebook, with thousands offering to help him out. [Read More]
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Who can you trust these days? [Read More]
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A doctor was slicing into his balls while he called a cricket match. [Read More]
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Chef Morten Falk tells us what it was really like to prepare for the competition to become the world's best chef. [Read More]
Evidently, hurling coffee at a motorcyclist for doing wheelies isn't an appropriate response from a police officer. Who knew? [Read More]
Pruitt will testify in front of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Wednesday at 10 AM EST. [Read More]
This past Sunday, a band of protesters staged a "cough-in" at Jean-Georges in Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City. Not a sit-in,... [Read More]
The Netherlands met its renewable energy goals a year ahead of time. [Read More]
For burger-lovers who are through with awkward dates with vegans, a meat-of-the-month club proposes a carnivores-only dating service called Meat Your Match. [Read More]
The "water protectors" fighting the NDPL project vow to stay in spite of legal pressures and frigid North Dakota temperatures. [Read More]
The "water protectors" fighting the NDPL project vow to stay in spite of legal pressures and frigid North Dakota temperatures. [Read More]
After having his service called into question, a black Army veteran had his free Veterans Day meal taken away by a Chili's manager. [Read More]
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