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The Lakers and Simmons's team, the 76ers, offered somewhat conflicting accounts of the young point guard's interest in receiving some advice from Magic Johnson, whose team has been fined for tampering in recent years.

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Private investigators working for Jeff Bezos have determined the brother of the Amazon CEO’s mistress leaked the couple’s intimate text messages to the National Enquirer

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Passionate discussion about the Chinese firm’s backing is just the stuff that ignites this social media site. A small investment won’t change that.

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A slight majority — 53 percent of Americans — said they thought it was generally unacceptable for a white person to darken their skin for Halloween, Pew reported.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a mother who feels like anything she says to her daughter winds up hurting her.

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"Germs are not a real thing," host Pete Hegseth said. "I can’t see them, therefore they’re not real."

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The other “Tristan”: Wolf Trap and WCO show same story as the Wagner opus, but it’s a whole different opera.

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Thailand has endured many military coups since ending its absolute monarchy in 1932. The current stretch of army rule has been the longest since the early 1970s; junta leader Prayuth Chan-Ocha seized power in 2014 and repeatedly postponed elections. The latest date is March 24, and this time the...

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Australian designer Nicky Zimmermann reimagines World War II-era espionage in her NY Fashion Week collection for fall

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A refugee soccer player has returned home to a celebrity welcome in Australia after the threat of extradition to Bahrain was lifted three months after he was detained in Thailand

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The company was also asked to hire a third party to “receive and investigate complaints of harassment, intimidation, threats, retaliation and coercion against employees throughout 2018.”

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Advocacy groups are debating the merits of automatic payroll deduction for student loan repayment as the Republican chair of the Senate education committee backs the idea.

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Advocacy groups are debating the merits of automatic payroll deduction for student loan repayment as the Republican chair of the Senate education committee backs the idea.

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