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'Bachelorette' Tayshia Adams confirms Zac Clark split: 'You're not wearing your engagement ring'

Former "Bachelorette" contestant and current co-host Tayshia Adams confirmed on the "Men Tell All" episode that she and fiancé Zac Clark have split.      
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What Bella Hadid Has Said About 'Excruciating' Mental Health Journey
The model has opened up about going through "really depressive episodes" in a frank interview with WSJ.
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Oil prices will surge to $100 this year, Goldman Sachs warns
Goldman Sachs is now calling for oil prices to hit $100 a barrel later this year and continue rising in 2023, signaling higher prices at the pump are on the way.
Airline CEOs warn 5G rollout could be ‘catastrophic’ for travel
The CEOS demanded "immediate intervention" from the government before planes are grounded by the 5G service set to be deployed by AT&T and Verizon.
Why Hidden Debt Is a Big Problem for China Developers
Turmoil in China’s junk bond market has been testing investors’ nerves -- and that’s just concerning the debt they knew about. First troubled property developers including China Evergrande Group, Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd., Fantasia Holdings Group and Agile Group Holdings were found to have lots of opaque liabilities that may or may not be reflected on their balance sheets, making it hard to assess true credit risks. Now concerns are mounting about the transparency of some of China’s better devel
Pavel Buchnevich was never going to be a part of the Rangers’ long-term future
Pavel Buchnevich was not as a realistic candidate for the Rangers roster…for this year or beyond.
'I'm 60 and sexy': Jim Carrey celebrates milestone birthday
Jim Carrey celebrated his 60th birthday on Monday and took to social media to remind us of the goofball humor that's made him one of comedy's most enduring stars over the last 30 years.
Dr. King Sought an End to 'the Racial Point of View.' Stop Betraying Him | Opinion
At a time when so many people – politicians, media outlets, well-heeled foundations, and a phalanx of corporate diversity consultants – are intent on reifying and reinforcing racial categories, we would do well to listen to King's wisdom.
Miami bar shooting over unpaid drinking bill leaves 4 wounded, gunman dead: police
The gunman who opened fire outside the Chicagoan Bar in Miami late Monday had returned after security kicked him out for refusing to pay his drinking bill, authorities said.
The U.S. declared China’s treatment of the Uyghurs a genocide. A Golden State Warriors co-owner said ‘nobody cares.’
Chamath Palihapitiya, a venture capitalist and part-owner of the Golden State Warriors, is facing criticism after claiming 'nobody cares' about China's repression of the Uyghur ethnic minority.
The U.S. declared China’s treatment of the Uyghurs a genocide. A Golden State Warriors co-owner said ‘nobody cares.’
Chamath Palihapitiya, a venture capitalist and part-owner of the Golden State Warriors, is facing criticism after claiming 'nobody cares' about China's repression of the Uyghur ethnic minority.
Blinken to visit Ukraine amid rising tensions with Russia
Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit Ukraine this week and meet with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as tensions between the U.S. and Russia escalate over a possible Russian invasion of its neighbor, the State Department said Tuesday.
Pilot of medical helicopter crash speaks: ‘Had God as my co-pilot’
Danial Moore was at the controls of the chopper when it crashed on Jan. 11 on its way to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia from Maryland.
Strong tornado touches down in southwest Florida causing injuries and damage
A tornado with 118 mph winds touched down in southwest Florida, traveled almost two miles and tore up multiple trailer parks.
The U.S.-Russia cyber relationship just got even more complicated
There’s a glimmer of hope on ransomware just as all attention turns to Ukraine.
Goldman Sachs earned nearly $4 billion, but that wasn't good enough
Goldman Sachs had a phenomenal year. But like many of its competitors on Wall Street, the numbers just weren't good enough to satisfy fickle investors.
Fourth COVID vaccine still doesn’t stop Omicron, new Israeli study shows
The study raised questions about Israel's decision to be the first in the world to offer a second booster shot — and fourth overall — to its over-60 population.
Patches supporting fallen firefighters woven into quilts
War vet creates company to help other veterans
Retired Staten Island ferry up for auction
Man trimming trees shocked by downed power line
Police investigate white supremacy stickers
Driver charged after teen struck, killed by school bus
Police officer's wife dies days after giving birth
The NFL chose quantity over quality, and its product suffered
These NFL playoffs may end up being incredible, but their three-day opening act could not have been less gripping.
It’s crunch time for Dems to deliver on their health care promises
Democrats pledged a slew of health-care changes in 2020 if voters would help deliver them Congress and the White House. Now, the party is feeling pressure to deliver on its promises.
BlackRock cares about money, not 'woke' politics
Every year, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, one of the most powerful people in global finance, pens a letter to chief executives that's required reading for business leaders.
Vic Mensa arrested after officials allegedly find drugs in his bag at D.C. airport
The rapper was charged with felony narcotics possession.
Biden year one takeaways: Grand ambitions, humbling defeats
Takeaways from Biden's first year as president.
Joss Whedon denies allegations of "toxic" on-set behavior
Monday's profile is the first time Whedon has commented in depth on the myriad allegations against him.
U.S. Weather: Storm Izzy Path Hits the East as 25 Million Under Winter Weather Alerts
Two people have died, while at least 158,000 were reported to be without power on Monday due to Storm Izzy, according to The Weather Channel.
These are the top U.S. athletes to watch in the Beijing Olympics
Many of the world's best athletes are preparing for the Beijing Winter Olympics​ in February. These are some of the top ones to watch.
First-time Nevada GOP Senate candidate Sam Brown hauls in $1M for second straight quarter
First-time candidate and Afghanistan War veteran Sam Brown hauled in over $1 million for the second straight quarter in his GOP bid for the Senate in Nevada.
Editorial: Does declining school enrollment spell disaster? That argument doesn't add up
Lower birth rates in California mean fewer students. School districts see this as a problem, but it could be an advantage.
In Stafford, Va., large houses with plenty of options, prices starting at $642,990
BUYING NEW | The houses with up to five bedrooms and 4,000 square feet start at $642,990.
Former Trump administration officials hold call to strategize against former boss' efforts in 2022 and 2024
Around three dozen former Trump administration officials, disillusioned with their former boss and concerned about his impact on the GOP and the nation, held a conference call last Monday to discuss efforts to fend off his efforts to, in their view, erode the democratic process, several participants told CNN.
PFL signs LFA middleweight, light heavyweight champion Josh Silveira
PFL has signed undefeated American Top Team product and LFA double-champ Joshua Silveria.       Related StoriesPFL signs LFA middleweight, light heavyweight champion Josh Silveira - EnclosureUFC on ESPN 32 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaFernand Lopez hopes to bury hatchet with Francis Ngannou: 'We should be able to say hello'
America leads wealthy countries in maternal deaths. Our local data could change that.
Everything contributes to America's maternal health crisis: geography, social factors, racial inequality, internalized racism.
Podcast: The pandemic will end. We promise.
Let's put COVID-19 in perspective. Today we explore centuries of pandemics, how they all ended and what we've learned from them.
Column: Trump and his enablers want to blow up the presidential debates. They shouldn't get away with it
Subverting the foundation of free and fair elections has already done enough damage.
Stop the stumble toward war with Ukraine
With the United States desperately needing to focus attention and resources on other serious challenges, the last thing we need is a war by proxy or, God forbid, directly with the Russians.
Why the economy can survive higher rates
Waiting too long to tackle inflation could force the Fed to raise rates faster, triggering a recession, Powell said, “and that would be bad for workers.”
Editorial: Shame on SoCal leaders for backing a ballot measure to roll back housing fixes
It's outrageous that SCAG, the regional government authority in Southern California, would support a voter initiative to take back control over state housing laws.
Opinion: Super Bowl or bust for Aaron Rodgers, whose postseason play hasn't matched elite standard
If the past year and everything that has gone with it means anything, Aaron Rodgers must lead this Green Bay Packers team to a Super Bowl victory.
UN: Afghan quake death toll reaches 26, including children
The United Nations has raised the death toll from twin earthquakes in western Afghanistan the day before to 26
The best ever A380 airline stunts
Incredible new photos show a woman in Emirates flight attendant uniform perched on the spire of the Burj Khalifa as an Airbus A380 flies past, but it's not the first time the superjumbo has been used for a publicity stunt.