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Trump blasts Bill Maher, says HBO host 'looks terrible, exhausted, gaunt, and weak'
President Trump blasted HBO’s Bill Maher on Wednesday, saying the "Real Time" host looks “terrible, exhausted, gaunt, and weak” on the heels of an unflattering segment about the commander-in-chief.
Kristen Doute supports Black Lives Matter with new clothing collection
Her James Mae label teamed with artist Terren Rae Zinbi to design a line of peaceful protest-inspired T-shirts.
Kanye West reportedly had secret meeting with Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump
Independent presidential candidate Kanye West secretly met with President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner last weekend, according to a new report. The billionaire rapper had been camping with his family, including superstar wife Kim Kardashian West and their four children, in Colorado when he flew out to Telluride to meet Kushner and his...
Trump donated to Kamala Harris years ago. His campaign says it shows he's not racist.
Ivanka Trump and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin also gave money to Harris in the past.
Doctors find hypothermia can help get coronavirus patients off ventilators
When critically ill patients require mechanical ventilation, their elevated metabolism degrades muscles used in breathing, making it harder for them to come off of the machines.
Most charges against Portland protesters won’t be prosecuted, DA says
Hundreds of Portland, Oregon, protesters arrested during two months of clashes with law enforcement won’t be prosecuted, the city’s district attorney announced. Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt unveiled the policy change Tuesday regarding hundreds of the 550 protest-related arrests since late May. Under the new policy, Schmidt’s office will “presumptively decline” to prosecute cases...
Charles Payne: New Yorkers are fleeing de Blasio's policies, homeless crisis in 'droves'
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's "terrible policies" have worsened the coronavirus pandemic's devastating impact on the once-bustling Big Apple as families are leaving in "droves," Fox News contributor Charles Payne told "America's Newsroom" Wednesday.
Protests of Facebook post offensive to Muslims leave three dead in India
Three people have died and dozens more are injured -- including police officers -- after violent protests outside a police station in Bengaluru, India.
Florida Sheriff Orders Deputies And Staff Not To Wear Face Masks
Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods says "effective immediately, any individual walking in to any one of our lobbies ... wearing a mask will be asked to remove it."
Inside look at how Deion Sanders ended up at Barstool Sports
Deion Sanders’ deal with Barstool came together quickly over the past three weeks as Sanders decided to turn down an NFL Network extension offer that would have cut his seven-figure salary in half. The Barstool agreement comes with the promise that it will be fully supportive of Sanders’ ongoing pursuit of a college football coaching...
Joe Lieberman says three moments matter when you're a VP pick
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman, who served as Democrats' vice presidential nominee in 2000, explained on Wednesday what the three moments that matter are when someone becomes a nominee for vice president.
Augusta National will go without fans at the 2020 Masters
The 2020 Masters will go on in November as rescheduled, but it will do so without fans. Augusta National on Wednesday announced the news that “no patrons” will be allowed on site, which is devastating news to not only the lucky few who had coveted tickets for the tournament but — of more significance —...
Ayaan Hirsi Ali: What Biden needs to understand about Prophet Muhammad saying he used at Muslim voter event
I expect Joe Biden to understand the challenge posed by Islamism, Shariah, and the great odds faced by reformers
Frozen Berry Fool
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Barstool’s Dave Portnoy fires back at ‘used car salesman’ short-seller
Dave Portnoy got into a fiery online spat with a skeptical investor Wednesday over a stock he says he no longer owns. The Barstool Sports founder kicked off his daily day-trading broadcast on Twitter by tearing into Wolfpack Research short-seller Dan David, who slammed him Tuesday for touting what David called “less than worthless” shares...
Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart Biscuit Bread
Anyone can bake biscuits! Food guru Chadwick Boyd has an easy recipe for Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart Biscuit Bread!
Justin Hartley’s ex-wife, daughter defend him amid ‘Selling Sunset’ backlash
"No matter what conflicts Justin and I had in the past, I appreciate what we have today and am thankful for the family we have built."
#SelPink is a go! Selena Gomez joins K-pop group Blackpink for next single
After a week of fevered speculation from fans, Selena Gomez revealed herself as the mystery artist on Blackpink's forthcoming single.
California zoo sued for allegedly using banned prods on elephants
The Monterey Zoo in California is facing a new lawsuit over the alleged use of banned prods on elephants at its facility and unsafe handling that could endanger zookeepers. The Monterey Zoo is also allegedly the only facility in the state that uses “circus-style, free contact” training – which places trainers in the same space...
Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart and Dean Dillon inducted into Country Hall of Fame
The Country Music Association announced on Wednesday that Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart, and songwriter Dean Dillon are the newest inductees in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Biden will raise taxes, 'crater' stock market and economy: Kudlow
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Wednesday that electing former Vice President Joe Biden will result in higher taxes and "crater" the stock market."
Rep. Clyburn reveals what Biden said to him before picking Harris
House Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn, who spoke to Biden on Monday, said the choice was difficult up until the final days.
Winnie Harlow gets COVID-19 test amid NBA Bubble visitors news
It appears the NBA WAGs will soon be heading to the Happiest Place on Earth.
Fantasy soccer winner disqualified for racist comments against Raheem Sterling
A Fantasy Premier League winner has been disqualified for calling Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling the N-word in a private Facebook chat with friends. Aleksandar Antonov opened up about being stripped of the coveted soccer title on his YouTube channel Tuesday, according to the BBC. “The reason for my disqualification is a moment of frustration...
Company offers employees $300 for pet adoption — plus ‘pawternity’ leave
What a pawsome deal.
Health questions for Biden off-limits for media, unlike Reagan, McCain and Trump
The mainstream media has largely avoided coverage of Joe Biden’s health and fitness for office, but previous presidential candidates such as Ronald Reagan, John McCain and Donald Trump didn’t receive a pass from the liberal press on the sensitive-but-crucial topic.
Clippers' Patrick Beverley on Chicago gun violence: 'I am tired of losing people'
Patrick Beverley of the Clippers left the NBA bubble July 21 to mourn the death of a close friend. He opened up about it for the first time.
Jodie Turner-Smith gave birth at home because of ‘systemic racism’
"Delivering at home ensured that I had what every single woman deserves to have..." she said.
Candiace Dillard on why people are starting to pay attention to ‘RHOP’
Bravo fans are finally starting to learn that they don't play in the P, honey.
South Dakota Gov. Noem wants fence around governor's residence
A fence is expected to be built around the governor’s residence in South Dakota, with Gov. Kristi Noem’s staff calling it “critical” for security purposes.
Over 1 million more Americans are expected to file unemployment claims amid lingering economic uncertainty
The number of Americans filing unemployment may keep seesawing but will stay high as economic uncertainty lingers amid surges of the coronavirus.
The Agents of SHIELD Finale Ends an Era When Marvel Shows Could Run Free
Marvel's products have become too big to fail, but also too big to try anything too risky.
Now’s your chance to own Catherine Zeta-Jones’ mosquito-repellent shawl
"Anyone can wear it; you can put it around your neck, or you can drape it around your shoulders," the star said. "Michael [Douglas], my husband, even has one in navy blue."
Women and people of color are more likely to be forced into early retirement during the pandemic
CBS MoneyWatch spoke to The New School's retirement expert, labor economist Teresa Ghilarducci, about why women and workers of color are more likely to be forced into early retirements during the coronavirus pandemic.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day highlights how black women lose nearly $1M over their careers
Thursday, Aug. 13, marks how far into the year Black women working full time need to work to earn what their white male counterparts earned in 2019.
MSNBC Pundit: Joe Biden 'Set It Up' that Kamala Harris Could Become President
Zerlina Maxwell joined in speculating about former Vice President Joe Biden stepping aside to leave Kamala Harris as president.
10 breathable, lightweight masks that you can exercise in
Wearing a mask outdoors on a hot summer day can leave you sweaty, uncomfortable, and prone to breakouts.  Add a high-intensity workout to the already sweltering heat? And you have a situation that a traditional, stiff face mask is simply not cut out for. To help you stay protected while exercising outdoors, we rounded up...
Military helicopter shot at over northern Virginia, crew member injured
A military helicopter shot at over northern Virginia forced to make emergency landing, one crew member received a minor injury.
COVID diagnosis leads to reunion between long-lost half sisters
Over 50 years ago, when Bev Boro was just 6 months old, she was separated from her siblings and sent to foster care.
Stem cells give hope for revival of Malaysia’s extinct rhinos
KUANTAN, Malaysia – Some skin, eggs and tissue samples are all that remain of Malaysia’s last rhino, Iman, who died last November after years of failed breeding attempts. Now scientists are pinning their hopes on experimental stem cell technology to bring back the Malaysian variant of the Sumatran rhinoceros, making use of cells from Iman...
Bon Appétit loses yet another Test Kitchen viral video personality in mass exodus
The video series is one of Condé Nast's few successful endeavors.
Big 12 announces revised football schedule after moving ahead toward season
After deciding to move forward with plans to play football, the Big 12 released a revised schedule that has conference games starting Sept. 26.
New Outbreak In New Zealand Leads To New Rules And Supermarket Runs
Four new likely cases of COVID-19 are linked to the cluster in an Auckland family announced Tuesday. The country returned to tighter restrictions and is promoting an app to help with contact tracing.
Chicago alderman says residents, businesses now looking to leave Magnificent Mile: 'It's really sad'
Chicago residents and businesses are fleeing the Magnificent Mile, said Alderman Raymond Lopez on Wednesday.
10 bidets and toilet paper alternatives on sale right now
Ever since quarantine began, we, as a society, have gone through a variety of stages, from baking homemade bread and putting up Christmas decorations to playing Animal Crossing and watching “Tiger King.” One stage, however, was more infamous than them all: The Coronavirus Toilet Paper Shortage of 2020.  Earlier this year, as individuals across the...
Congress is quietly blocking arms sales to Turkey
Several members of Congress have been quietly blocking multiple US arms sales to Turkey as the Trump administration has still yet to impose mandatory sanctions on the country over its purchase of a Russian-made missile defense system, according to several congressional aides.
Viola Davis shares photo of plantation where she was born: "I own my story"
The Academy Award-winning actress marked her 55th birthday with the meaningful post.
The Big 12 Conference says it will boldly go where the Pac-12 and Big Ten won't
The Big 12 Conference announces its decision to forge ahead with a fall sports season, a day after the Pac-12 and Big Ten pulled the plug.