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Daycare worker arrested after caught on camera…

A Nevada daycare worker was arrested Monday after she was caught on camera grabbing and tossing a 5-year-old child.

Louisiana Fans Start Petition to Replace…

Louisiana natives have taken to Change.org in hopes of getting a statue of Britney Spears  -- who hails from the small town of Kentwood -- to replace local Confederate statues.

Bell powers Pirates past Cards 6-3 in Little…

Josh Bell homered and drove in four runs to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates over the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 in the Little League Classic

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Backstreet Boys consider Florida Georgia Line…

The Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line have a hit country song together, a tour and now a “CMT Crossroads” special. The two bands talked about the brotherhood that has developed between them and learning new dance moves. (Aug. 22)

Lace Shorts for Men Are a Thing And They Are Bad

If you thought the Romphim was bad, beware, lace shorts are worse.

Tom Savage Named Texans' Starting QB Over Deshaun…

Tom Savage will be the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien explained Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

National Latino Media Council Vows ‘Milita…

The National Latino Media Council is vowing to unleash a year of militant action in its quest to increase the representation of Latinos across the Big Four broadcast networks. CBS Corp. has pledged to boost employment of Latino actors and creatives following an Aug. 17 meeting in Los Angeles. The gathering at CBS’ West Coast... Read more »

Coroner: Jerry Lewis death was from end-stage…

Authorities in Las Vegas say Jerry Lewis died of heart disease, but the wording of his death certificate is different from what was reported earlier

How Maggie Rogers Went From ELLE Intern to Viral…

Catching up with the banjo-playing, Pharrell-approved "Alaska" chanteuse—and my own envy of her.

Poor Prince Charles, New Poll Says He Isn't Very…

When it comes to the British royal family, everyone has their favorites. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

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The Latest: US Pacific commander lauds work to…

The commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet has commended the crew of the USS John S. McCain for righting the destroyer quickly after Monday's collision with an oil tanker near Singapore

Billy Joel Rocks Yellow Star of David During NYC…

New York native Billy Joel, made a powerful, political statement Monday night when he donned a yellow Star of David on his lapel and the back of his jacket during the encore of his concert at New York's Madison Square Garden.

No hits till 6th: Verlander, Tigers top Maeda…

Justin Verlander and Kenta Maeda both took no-hitters into the sixth inning, but only Verlander was able to keep his outstanding performance going as the Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1

There Are Likely Few (If Any) Good Options For…

President Trump has wanted the U.S. out of the Afghan war for years. But now that he's in the White House, actually doing that isn't so easy.

PGA Championship Moments: Rory's Shot in the Dark…

Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck narrates the story of Rory McIlroy's down to the wire win at Valhalla in 2014.

Billy Joel Wears Star of David on Jacket to…

On Monday, Billy Joel made a political statement during an encore at his concert in Madison Square Garden. Joel donned a black jacket with a yellow Star of David on the front and back in protest of the recent neo-Nazi and white supremacist activity, referencing the stars that Jewish people were forced to wear in... Read more »

Indiana congressman's 8-page chauffeur memo…

Prepare a cup of black coffee, make sure his toiletries are organized, have a camera charged and clean the car of any garbage -- these are all things an aide must do before picking up Indiana Rep. Todd Rokita from his home each day.

Amazon Users, Beware of This Prime Day Email Scam

It looks so REAL.

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Trump commits US to fight on in Afghanistan; no…

President Donald Trump vows to continue fighting in Afghanistan despite his initial inclination to withdraw. Yet he insists the U.S. will not offer "a blank check" after 16 years

Gianforte ordered photographed, fingerprinted for…

Republican Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte has been ordered to be photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter in May — opening the door for the congressman’s mug shot to be plastered in opponents’ campaign ads in next year’s election.