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The Philadelphia Eagles opened as 3-point favorites over the New York Giants, but action on the home underdog has dropped the line to as low as 1 on Thursday afternoon at the MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment sports books.

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Director Ryan Coogler signs on to film Black Panther sequel next year

There is cause for celebration in Wakanda with word that writer-director Ryan Coogler is officially returning to make a sequel to Black Panther. It was as close to a foregone conclusion as it gets, but now the deal is done and Coogler, who is also known for Creed and Fruitvale Station, is expected...

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Four Latinx romance novelists have formed the '4 Chicas Chat' to celebrate own voices and happily-ever-afters

On a sweltering three days in Denver in July, the “4 Chicas” are making their IRL (in-real-life) debut as the Romance Writers of America converge on the city for their annual conference. The ladies, romance authors Priscilla Oliveras, Alexis Daria, Sabrina Sol, and Mia Sosa, have been...

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You would never know that Cardi B had a baby a few months ago! The new mother lit up the American Music Awards stage on Tuesday night, performing her hit single "I Like It" with Bad Bunny and J Balvin. Much like the vibrant music video, the performance gave us serious Summer vibes, from the colorful...

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October tends to be a busy time of year. If you're a sports fan, your teams have you on the edge of your seat, while kids' extracurriculars have something on the schedule every week to add to your "be in two places at once" motto. Or, if you're grinding away at your desk, you're trying to achieve...

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Michael officially stronger than Katrina at landfall

Hurricane Michael was a storm for the record books, and by one measurement was more powerful at landfall than notorious past monsters such as Katrina or Andrew.        

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Michael officially stronger than Katrina at landfall

Hurricane Michael was a storm for the record books, and by one measurement was more powerful at landfall than notorious past monsters such as Katrina or Andrew.         

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Charisandra Perez is an assistant social and partnerships coordinator at POPSUGAR. Spanish was my first language despite the fact that I'm second-generation on my mother's side (she was born in California to Cuban parents). My parents had always spoken to me in both English and Spanish, but I picked...

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Church must end male-only hierarchy | Faith Matters

At the World Meeting of Families in Dublin in August, CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti interviewed Sister Liz Murphy, secretary general of the Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland, sitting next to Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich. At the World Meeting of...

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Sometimes reading about real-life experiences can be even more exciting than the fiction we usually devour. From cults to loss and everything in between, these seven new nonfiction books are the best of the best this Fall.

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Josh Crute's debut, "Oliver: The Second-Largest Living Thing on Earth," is my new favorite children’s book., and he talks about how he made it.

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I don't care if your heart is as frozen as Elsa's castle - it's about to melt into a puddle of emotions when you see the lengths this couple went to to throw their ultimate Disney dream wedding. Garrett and Jason, aka Woody and Buzz, went all out with their Disney-themed big day, and no detail was...

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Countless books, TV shows and movies have re-created the cringe-inducing traumas of adolescence, but perhaps none have been as simultaneously filthy and emotionally insightful as “Big Mouth.” The animated comedy, which recently returned to Netflix for a second season, puts a fictional spin on...

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Along a wooded road, where a school bus had finished its morning run and the mailman was hours away, Kim Drew Wright sat at a dining room table cluttered with poems and short stories that have stoked her political activism and led her to a pivotal battleground in the nation’s culture wars. She...

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