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Did Taylor Swift Just Lie To Her Fans?

T-Swizz issued a very dramatic statement to fans yesterday, but her old record label says it's a big lie.

Judges Out Of A Job After Drunken Brawl Ends In…

Look out, Florida, Indiana is coming for your "Land of Weird Crimes" title.

Police Announce Arrest Of 'Potomac River Rapist'

A man known as the "Potomac River rapist" has been arrested for a series of sexual assaults and a murder in the Washington area in the 1990s.

Billionaire Democrat Puts His Money Where His…

Bloomberg is spending $100 million on an all-out attack on Trump.

Why Is Thanksgiving Always On Thursday?

Christmas is on a different day every year, so why is Thanksgiving set to the day of the week instead?

No. 12 Seton Hall placed on 3 years’ probati…

The NCAA has placed the men’s basketball program Seton Hall on probation for three years, taken away a scholarship for the 2020-21 academic year and limited recruiting in each of the next two seasons

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You Can Now Stay In A Double Decker…

There’s a place in the Welsh countryside where people can stay in a double decker bus that’s been turned into a quaint cottage of sorts.

Twinkies Fans Blown Away By Latest Announcement

Do you love Twinkies? If so, you have to watch this video immediately.

Largest Starbucks Store Ever Opens in Chicago

Largest Starbucks Store Ever Debuts in Chicago. The Starbucks Roastery, which is the coffee's giant's sixth, is around 35,000 square feet. The spot is five stories tall and overtakes Starbucks' Tokyo Roastery. Other Roastery locations include Seattle, New York, Shanghai and Milan. The Chicago location was announced in 2017 and is open seven days a week. Over it has over 200 employees that not only serve, but also cocktails and baked goods. In addition to pastries from Princi, the Roastery offers pizza and has three coffee bars. The location also has a liquid nitrogen gelato bar and an experiential bar

Another President Faces Impeachment, Over Another…

A surprise appearance by Donald Trump Jr. has another president at risk of impeachment.

Flooding Swamps Venice, Including Banksy Creation

A state of emergency has been declared in Venice, where basillicas, squares and Banksy artwork are underwater. The historic city is dealing with its worst flooding in more than 50 years, Sky News reports. Italy's government declared the emergency Thursday. "It hurts to see the city so damaged, its artistic...

'Joker' To Cross $1 billion Mark At Box Office

"Joker" is set to become the first R-rated movie to make $1 billion at the global box office on Friday. This is despite the fact that the ultra-violent movie wasn't even released in China. Three other DC superhero movies made it $1 billion: "The Dark Knight," "The Dark Knight Rises," and "Aquaman." A sequel isn't in the works, but director Todd Phillips recently hinted at what he'd like to see one. Business Insider reports he stated it "would have to have some thematic resonance in a similar way." "Joker" cost just $55 million to produce, making it far more profitable than other superhero movies.

You've Never Seen A Puppy Quite Like This Before

An injured puppy found out in the cold in Missouri over the weekend is like nothing you've ever seen.

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Roger Stone Found Guilty Of Witness Tampering…

The president's longtime associate was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing a congressional committee proceeding.

Here's How Jeopardy! Fans Can Honor Trebek

Those moved by a Jeopardy contestant's support for Alex Trebek can pay homage to the beloved TV host in a different way. Dhruv Gaur and other contestants have organized a play-along tournament in which viewers are encouraged to donate $1 to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research for each...

Brian Heon discusses opening day and plans to get…

Brian Heon, General Manager for Wildcat Mountain in Gorham, New Hampshire, joined the AccuWeather Network this morning as they open up for ski season.

Dabangg 3 (US Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Dabangg 3' starring Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Arbaaz Khan, Mahie Gill, Nikitin Dheer

Wounded Students 'Held Their Composure'

Three teenagers who were shot at their California high school Thursday are recovering from their wounds, doctors said. A 14-year-old boy has been released from a hospital, ABC reports. Two girls, 15 and 14, should be released soon, doctors said. The 15-year-old, who was shot below the bellybutton, has a...

Ex-ambassador’s testimony shines light on…

Ex-ambassador’s impeachment hearing testimony speaks to role of conservative media, and power of social media to amplify it

Busted! Someone Tried To Use HOV With Doll In…

The California Highway Patrol, Contra Costa announced via Facebook that drivers who employ trickery to use HOV lane are going to have to try harder than putting a doll in a car seat.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Share New Archie…

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Share New Archie Picture The Prince of Wales celebrated his 71st birthday on Nov. 14, and the royal couple sent Archie's "grandpa" a special message. They released the black and white photo to mark the special occasion. @sussexroyal/Instagram The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son was christened in a private ceremony at Windsor Castle in July.

In Real Time, Trump Tweet Is Focal Point in…

Day two of the public impeachment hearings featured an oddity. Marie Yovanovitch , the former US ambassador to Ukraine, was asked to respond in real time to a Friday morning tweet from Trump in which he criticized her. Details and coverage: Trump: "Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad," he wrote shortly...

Flu Season: Two More Dead As Illness Continues To…

Connecticut confirmed Thursday that two adults have died as a result of influenza-related complications. According to the CDC, 2.3% of healthcare visits this week were related to "influenza-like illness." To date, three children have died nationally of flu-related causes so far during the 2019-2020 season. According to UPI, Louisiana was the only state to report high flu activity this week. 14 states reported moderate or low activity, including Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas.