Trashy Tristan Thompson strikes again and this time he is blaming Khloe Kardashian for ruining his reputation! Also, Beyonce is reacting to a viral dance challenge based off her song! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind! #dailyrewind
The president of Planned Parenthood says it's time for states with leaders who support abortion rights to go on the offensive against Trump administration attempts to restrict abortion that she says would reduce access to health care
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A lawmaker representing a gemstone-rich area in northern Myanmar says more than 50 people are believed to have died in a mudslide at a jade mining site
A controversial proposal to increase housing near transportation and job hubs faces a key test as California lawmakers search for solutions to the state's housing affordability crisis
Prosecutors in the case of a Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman have been hammering away at what could be a key element of the defense
Beyonce not only posted on her Instagram Story for the FIRST TIME EVER but she ALSO gave her stamp of approval to the new VIRAL dance challenge to her song Before I Let Go. PLUS…YouTuber Tana Mongeau has OFFICIALLY split from her Justin Bieber look a like boyfriend and now fans are wanting her to rekindle things with her ex Bella Thorne. FINALLY…the moment you sisters have all been waiting for…a JAMES CHARLES POP UP tour?! Well at least that’s what potentially seems to be happening anyway…we’re getting into all of this VIRAL NEWS right now and trust me you don’t want to miss it.
A federal judge in Oregon says he intends to block a rule change by President Donald Trump's administration that could cut off federal funding for providers who refer patients for an abortion
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron will host a meeting in Paris next month seeking to eliminate acts of violent extremism and terror from being shown online