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Every year The Bachelor and The Bachelorette introduce America to tons of hot, successful singles. Of course, they also get introduced to one another… Through Bachelor In Paradise, promotional tours, photo shoots, etc., the “losers” of the romance reality competition end up intermingling...

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4-year old Will Krispin got an early birthday surprise when he and his family were able to meet Monster Jam truck Max-D driver Tom Meents and sit in the cab of the monstrous truck. The Krispin family was chosen through a partnership between Monster Jam and Love Your Melon for the "wheelie" cool...


New Zealand police hold 'grave fears' for the safety of a 22-year-old British tourist who has been missing for six days and failed to contact her parents on her birthday

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Guess The Crime

Ohio Woman Alyssa Zebrasky With Skull Face Tattoo Arrested We love a good mugshot! Meet Alyssa Zebrasky. According to SplashNews he 27-year-old Ohioan was arrested on shoplifting charges after being stopped in a Wal-Mart with a bag that was allegedly

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Baseball next for Heisman fave, but don’t rule out NFL — or both

There have been two-sport college superstars before. Bo Jackson. Deion Sanders. John Elway. Drew Henson. Nobody, however, has ever had a year quite like Kyler Murray. In June, shortly after helping Oklahoma reach the Super Regionals in the NCAA Tournament, he was the ninth overall selection in...

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The U.N. General Assembly rejected a U.S. resolution condemning Hamas as a terrorist organization, delivering a blow to Ambassador Nikki Haley’s parting action before leaving her post at the end of the year.

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City Council backs Albany bill to create ‘Medicare for all’

The City Council on Thursday put its political clout behind a proposal in Albany to overhaul state health care by creating a “Medicare for all” program that would raise taxes by $139 billion a year. The single-payer plan would extend coverage to the roughly 1 million uninsured New Yorkers —...

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Despite selling out all 10 nights every year since 1987, there’s been no resting on laurels among all those with any involvement in the Wrangler NFR.

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Another year is coming to a close, meaning another year of seriously incredible music has kept us pretty active on Spotify over the last 12 months. When you combine that fan power, what do you get? Lots of hours worth of Spotify plays for our favorite bands and artists. A number of our faves have...

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Why the Chargers are a live Super Bowl sleeper

Once a season, usually around this time of the year, I like to break down the current futures odds in the NFL and see if I can’t find some value to pass along. (Odds to win the Super Bowl are from William Hill): AFC contenders Chiefs (9/2): The Chiefs’ odds have dropped quickly after the...

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Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa and Oklahoma's Kyler Murray split four college football year-end awards Thursday, setting up a showdown for Saturday night when they contend for the Heisman Trophy.

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State lawmakers set to become among highest paid in the country

Santa’s being very good to state lawmakers this year. A salary commission on Thursday recommended the first pay hikes in 20 years for legislators and top state officials — and they were hefty. The 213 members of the state Senate and Assembly, who now earn a base pay of $79,500, will see their...

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Federal Reserve officials are considering whether to signal a new wait-and-see mentality after a likely interest-rate increase at their meeting in December, which could slow the pace of rate increases next year.

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Neiman Marcus ‘pleased’ with sales despite slow holiday

Luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus is having a ho-hum holiday. The Dallas-based company said comparable sales rose just 2.8 percent from a year ago in the quarter ended Oct. 27, compared with 4.2 percent growth in the same period last year. Its net sales dipped 3 percent, to $1.1 billion....

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Peace Out! Young Boy Literally Crawls Away From Queen Elizabeth

A royal disaster! Queen Elizabeth left a young fan so starstruck that he crawled — yes, we said crawled — away from her. The hilarious encounter occurred on Thursday, December 6, during the 92-year-old monarch’s visit to the Coram children’s charity in London. While meeting with...


Growth of Health Care Spending Slowed Last Year

The 3.9 percent growth was the lowest since before big increases linked to the expansion of coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

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Kyler Murray is The Associated Press college football Player of the Year, the second straight Oklahoma quarterback and fifth overall to win the award since it was established in 1998.

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