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NFL Forcing Kaepernick Down Teams' Throats Again?

The NFL-arranged workout, which was first reported by ESPN, was confirmed by Kaepernick on Twitter.

Things Go From Bad To Worse For McDonald's

The most recent news comes on the heels of McDonald's firing its CEO last week for having a consensual relationship with an employee.

Alec Baldwin And Wife Share Devastating News

"We are very sad to share that today we learned that our baby passed away at 4 months," Hilaria Baldwin wrote in an Instagram post.

America's Biggest Milk Producer Files For…

Got milk? Increasingly, Americans don't, and that led the nation's biggest milk producer to file for bankruptcy.

Katie Couric Breaks Her Silence On Matt Lauer's…

"It's been painful for me on many levels." Couric refused to hold back when asked about the former 'Today' show co-host.

FIFA hires Arsene Wenger for global soccer…

FIFA says it has hired Arsene Wenger in a full-time role leading its global soccer development work

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For Mate Selection, Birds Sniff Each Other's What…

Songbirds literally sniff out their mates and, according to recent research, there’s one olfactory clue that’s considered especially important.

NASA Scientists Baffled By Recent Discovery On…

A bizarre discovery on Mars has experts scratching their heads.

Yelling At Your Dog Can Have Long-Term Negative…

Yelling At Your Dog Can Have Long-Term Negative Effects, Study Shows . An analysis says using negative commands can result in long-term stress for your pooch. The study can be found in the journal BioRxiv. Besides stress, it adds that a dog's cognitive abilities can be also be affected. For the study, 92 dogs from training facilities in Portugal were put into two groups. One group was trained aggressively and had choke collars used on them. The other went through training in a docile manner with rewards coming in the form of treats. The three-year study saw the dogs go through multiple stress tests. In one, negatively-trained dogs approached bowls of food slower than the other, a sign of pessimism. "Dogs trained using aversive-based methods experienced poorer welfare as compared to companion dogs trained using reward-based methods ..." - Researchers, via study. "Dogs attending schools using aversive-based methods displayed more stress-related behaviors ..." - Researchers, via study. It appears saying "Good Dog" may be more important than previously thought

Fox News Star Viciously Attacked For His Stance…

The well-known commentator is facing major backlash more than two decades into his career at Fox News.

Beijing Calls for Fiercer Crackdown in Hong Kong

Beijing has urged Hong Kong authorities to crack down even more harshly on pro-democracy demonstrators, raising fears that the mainland is preparing to intervene after more than five months of protests. Beijing's liaison office in the territory issued a statement late Tuesday calling for the government to adopt "every necessary...

Kanye West To Appear At Joel Osteen's Church

The rapper will visit the pastor's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, on Sunday, a representative for the church told the Houston Chronicle Tuesday. Osteen will conduct a 15- to 20-minute conversation with West at the 11 a.m. service and West will return for the 7 p.m. service to perform with his choir, according to the representative, Donald Iloff, Jr. "Joel is still putting his questions together, but he will talk about Kanye's journey to his faith," Iloff told the Chronicle.

Former All-State Gymnast Dies In Horrific Accident

The 20-year-old gymnast died following a serious spinal cord injury suffered in a training accident.

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Democrats Circulate Memo To 'Debunk' Republican…

The arguments all center around President Trump's July call with Urkainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Soaking storm to arrive in Southeast at late week

Following a frigid start to the week in the South, more seasonable conditions are forecast as a drenching storm moves in.

Sonic The Hedgehog (Trailer 2)

Trailer for 'Sonic the Hedgehog' starring James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, Jim Carrey, Natasha Rothwell, Debs Howard

9 Student Deaths Since August Cause Alarm at USC

Shortly after administrators acknowledged a series of deaths at the University of Southern California, another student was found dead. The body of a male student, aged 27 or 28, was found in an apartment off campus Monday afternoon, according to university officials, who sent letters to students and parents on...

MSNBC brings George Conway as analyst for Trump…

MSNBC brought George Conway on as a pre-impeachment hearing analyst, identifying him onscreen as a conservative attorney

This Koala Loves Belly Rubs

This koala lives belly rubs.

Jimmy Carter Experiences ‘No Complicatio…

Jimmy Carter Experiences ‘No Complications’ During Brain Surgery. On Nov. 12, Former President Jimmy Carter underwent surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. . His procedure took place at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, and occurred with “no complications.”. According to the Carter Center, the pressure was caused by bleeding in his brain, which was likely a result of the two falls he took in October. . Because of Carter’s age, the falls resulted in a subdural hematoma, which is commonly associated with severe head injuries. . A subdural hematoma can cause symptoms that range from headaches and memory loss to seizures and paralysis. . Despite this, Carter has still remained active in recent weeks, attending Sunday school and making public appearances. Carter is currently in the hospital recovering from his surgery and will remain there for “as long as advisable for observation.”

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Venice Swamped by Highest Tide Since 1966

Venice is no stranger to flooding—the Italian city is made up of 118 islands in a lagoon—but what it is experiencing this week is extraordinary. Mayor Luigi Brugnaro plans to declare a state of emergency amid major flooding caused by the second-highest tide on record, the Guardian reports....

Will Ferrell Will Host 'SNL' For Fifth Time

(CNN) Will Ferrell is joining the Five-Timers Club. The "Saturday Night Live" alum will return to Studio 8H to host the November 23 episode, the NBC show announced on Tuesday. The gig will put Ferrell, who was a cast member from 1995 to 2002, among an elite group of performers who've hosted the show five or more times. Ferrell previously hosted in 2005, 2009, 2012 and 2018. He's returned in cameo appearances a number of times.