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'Bachelorette' Contestant Dies At 29

A former contestant on ABC’s 'The Bachelorette' has died of a suspected drug overdose.

Driver Doesn't Survive 337-Foot Jump Over River

A man fleeing police managed to hurtle his car across a river, though he paid with his life.

Another Popular Clothing Store Announces…

The beloved mall retailer is expected to close nearly 100 stores as the chain grapples with drastic changes in consumer spending.

Legendary Actor, Director And Author Dies At Age…

The 'Monthy Python' co-founder died after a long struggle with dementia.

Two Murder-For-Hire Plots Earn 'Tiger King…

Self-proclaimed "Tiger King," also known as Joe Exotic, was sentenced to 22 years in prison on shocking charges.

NFL says number of concussions increased slightly…

The NFL said that the number of concussions that players had suffered increased slightly in 2019 over the previous season

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NASA Video Shows Australian Fires Altering Global…

A NASA video shows the impact of Australian fires on the global weather.

Trump, Guns, And White Fragility

While racism is rightly regarded as a social disease, the privilege that it affords white people can be more like a drug.

Taylor Swift Says She Isn't 'Muzzled' Anymore

Taylor Swift Says She Isn't 'Muzzled' Anymore In the trailer for her upcoming Netflix documentary, 'Miss Americana,' Swift reveals that she is no longer "fighting for people's respect" and is focusing on her own happiness. Taylor Swift, via 'Miss Americana' Taylor Swift, via 'Miss Americana' Swift previously opened up about politics and how she felt people didn't want to hear what she had to say when she was younger.

NHL Mascot Faces Bizarre Accusations

Police in Philadelphia are investigating a strange case: whether Flyers' mascot Gritty attacked a child at a publicity photo shoot.

Bloomberg Climbs Along With Spending, New Poll…

A Monmouth University poll released Wednesday shows that Mike Bloomberg's strategy might be working. The former mayor of New York came in at 9%, good for fourth place with Democratic voters nationally. That's 4 points higher than last month and is Bloomberg's best showing so far in a national poll,...

Ebola Drug Didn't Work For Ebola, But It Might…

Gilead Sciences is assessing whether its experimental Ebola treatment could be used to treat coronavirus infection. China put millions of people on lockdown on Thursday in two cities at the epicentre of a coronavirus outbreak. According to Reuters, the coronavirus has killed 18 people and infected more than 630. Authorities around the world are working to prevent a global pandemic. The U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is working with Gilead. They're testing the company’s antiviral drug in people infected with the new coronavirus. Remdesivir has been found to be ineffective in patients with Ebola. However, it may work better against this new virus from China.

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EXP from Armstrong brings you television, broadband wireless Internet, and endless entertainment. The new interface powered by TiVo makes it easy to find the content you want and so much more!

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Ukrainian Satirist: Politicians' 'Blatant Lies…

Newsy sat down with "serious" journalist-turned-political satirist Roman Vintoniv to discuss Ukraine's culture, political and systemic issues.

Celebrating another year with an ice disk

A rare ice disk gave Westbrook, Maine, a publicity boost in 2019, and then another formed in 2020. On Jan. 23, Jonathan Petramala was in town to see the disk.

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (Trailer 2)

Trailer for 'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Fahad Alhaj, Janel Parrish, John Corbett

Fliers May Have to Attest Their Pets Are Service…

Passengers have taken advantage by bringing miniature horses, monkeys, turkeys, pigs, peacocks, rabbits and, of course, cats aboard their flights, saying they're service animals needed for emotional support, airline employees say. A federal proposal would simplify the rules on service animals by allowing only dogs onto flights, NBC reports. Just...

Trump to sign U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal…

The White House says President Donald Trump will hold a signing ceremony for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement Wednesday

My Pillow Founder Sparks Speculation For 2022…

My Pillow founder Mike Lindell is sparking speculation about a 2022 bid to become Minnesota’s governor.

Try These Foods If You Are Suffering From Hair…

Try These Foods If You Are Suffering From Hair Loss Losing your hair can be attributed to unavoidable reasons such as genetics. Researchers say bad nutrition may also be a factor. To potentially stimulate growth, include the following foods in your diet: Oysters, shrimp, green peas and oats contain zinc, which improves hair follicle health. Iron helps too, and most of these foods also contain it. Other useful items include omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins C and B. Sweet potatoes contain all of these, making this food all the more important for hair health. Other foods that could help your hair include nuts, eggs and prunes. Hair Club advisor Dr. Angela Phipp, via AOL

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Impeachment Day 3: Trump Puts 'Nixon to Shame'

Day 3 of President Trump's impeachment trial is underway, and Democratic impeachment managers plan to focus much of the day's arguments on the abuse-of-power allegation against the president, reports the Hill . "The Constitution is not a suicide pact," said one of those managers, Rep. Jerry Nadler. It "does not leave...

Trump Turns Attention To US Middle Class

The White House is increasingly highlighting 'numerous proposals' to jolt the US economy. The news comes as an impeachment trial against President Donald J. Trump unfolds. According to Markets Insider, the Trump administration is currently studying plans for a second round of tax cuts. Such a plan could offer the Trump campaign a revamped message for voters after the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act failed to gain widespread support.