On today’s episode of ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight,’ Tucker Carlson examines the nationwide college admissions bribery scandal; meanwhile, the sentence of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is lengthened to over seven years.

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2 robberies reported in Back of the Yards: police

In each incident, the male suspect walked up to a person and either demanded property or took it forcibly, according to an alert from Chicago police. 

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Here's your updated source for all of the latest on the NCAA tournament bubble.

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Here's your updated source for all of the latest on the NCAA tournament bubble.

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The New York City Police Department said it was investigating the vandalism, discovered Tuesday on a subway platform in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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In the war between science and aesthetics, trying to save baseball teams from themselves

A generation of savvy analysts has turned the ruthless pursuit of efficiency into a science, but at what cost? MLB is taking proactive steps toward tweaking its rules, threatening major changes after a century of equilibrium.

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Some of Carlson's comments to 'Bubba the Love Sponge' are offensive, troubling and can't be defended.

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Cops: Reputed Gambino crime family boss shot dead

A Staten Island man considered a leader of the Gambino crime family was shot and killed after stepping outside his home Wednesday night, police said, in what they believe could be a gangland hit.

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Detours ahead: rainfall floods roads

Standing water from Wednesday’s rain has closed several roads and at certain spots. Morning rainfall totaled almost 1 inch, according to the National Weather Service, and has caused standing water from fields to run off onto roads. Another half inch was expected before the day was over. Closed...


Brazil wonders why after school shooters kill 8, themselves

A Sao Paulo suburb prepares to bury its dead and look for reasons why two masked former students armed with a hand gun, knives, axes and crossbows killed five teenagers and two adults at a school before killing themselves as police closed in

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Oilers' Connor McDavid hits 100 points for third straight season

McDavid is just the fifth player in NHL history to record at least three seasons of 100 or more points by age 22.

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Kelly Ripa Outraged By College Admissions Scandal Involving Felicity Huffman And Lori Loughlin

Kelly Ripa is outraged by the college admissions scandal that allegedly involves Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. She is one of many celebrities who have reacted to the shocking news of the bribery scheme. On Live With Kelly & Ryan […]

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Patriots obtienen a Bennett y pierden a dos titulares

Los campeones defensores Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra buscaban adquirir a un veterano que se ajustara a sus necesidades salariales y a las variantes existentes en el plantel para atender la … Click to Continue »

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Confirmed: Mueller seeking subpoena, contempt citation against foreign corporation

Documents filed with the Supreme Court and unsealed on Wednesday revealed definitively, and for the first time, that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is the party seeking a grand jury subpoena and subsequent contempt citation against an unnamed, government-controlled foreign corporation that has...

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Project Blue Book boss explains the season finale's last scene

Warning: The following contains spoilers from the season 1 finale of Project Blue Book. Read at your own risk!  No, the aliens aren’t coming to Project Blue Book.  In the HISTORY period drama’s season 1 finale, Dr. Hynek (Aidan Gillen) and Captain Quinn (Michael Malarkey) investigated a...

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Antonio Brown knows this was ‘bad day’ for Steelers Nation

ALAMEDA, Calif. — Rookie general manager Mike Mayock and coach Jon Gruden had meticulously put together a plan to rebuild the Oakland Raiders with three first-round draft picks and a couple of smart free agent signings when they suddenly got sent in a different direction last week. The Pittsburgh...

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The Simpsons Showrunner Fears Michael Jackson Used the Episode He Guest Voiced to 'Groom Boys'

The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean is revealing why he and other The Simpsons executives decided to pull the 1991 episode voiced by Michael Jackson from the show’s archives. Following the explosive allegations of child sexual abuse surfaced in the bombshell HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, Jean,...

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