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'Star Trek' Community Mourns The Death Of Beloved…

Trekkies from every generation are mourning the loss of the longtime actor.

Patriots Fans Accused Of Attacking Chiefs QB's…

Security reportedly had to step in and save Brittany Matthews, who is the girlfriend of Patrick Mahomes.

What Is The Most Popular Christmas Cookie In The…

With the holiday season upon us, people all over the United States are ready to start baking their favorite holiday cookies.

Warning Issued For New 'Star Wars' Movie

Disney is asking exhibitors worldwide to warn moviegoers about "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker."

When Will Your Favorite Shows Return From The…

That nip in the air and the festive decorations at Pop’s can only mean one thing: Your favorite TV shows are packing up for a holiday vacation.

New Zealand volcano vents steam, stymies recovery…

A New Zealand island volcano is venting more steam and mud after a deadly eruption two days ago

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Judge Blocks Trump Admin From Using Military…

A judge has blocked the Trump administration from using military funds for border wall construction.

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Washington Post Releases Bombshell Report

The Washington Post is out with a damning picture of the 18-years-and-counting Afghanistan war.

Light Alcohol Consumption Is Linked to Increased…

Light Alcohol Consumption Is Linked to Increased Cancer Risk, Says Study. Conducted by scientists in Japan, the study was published in the journal, 'Cancer.'. They found a 5% increase of cancer risk for people who drink alcohol even moderately. The amount of daily drinking equated to either two ounces of whiskey, six ounces of wine or 17 ounces of beer. During the study, the drinking habits of about 63,000 cancer patients were compared to the same number of people without cancer. Colon, throat, stomach and mouth cancers exhibited the strongest associations to alcohol. Study authors say that a daily drink "is probably not a big problem.". But drinking too much over long periods of time might be dangerous. We enjoy drinking, but we need to think about it, Dr. Masayoshi Zaitsu, University of Tokyo, via 'The New York Times'

Walmart In Hot Water Over 'Cocaine Santa' Sweater

The retail giant responded to backlash amid public outcry.

Judge Rules Against Trump Administration in…

The secretary of defense in September authorized the diverting of $3.6 billion in Pentagon funds to build the border wall, but on Tuesday, a federal judge in Texas blocked the Trump administration from doing that, CNN reports. El Paso County, Texas, and Border Network for Human Rights had sued...

Bernie Sanders: $150 Billion To Make Internet…

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders recently announced a $150 billion, four-point plan that would fundamentally transform how the internet works in the United States. The plan would effectively turn the internet into a publicly-provided utility, similar to how water and power are distributed. The broadest goal of the proposal is to provide every American with access to affordable high-speed internet.

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CDC Releases List of Vape Brands Linked to…

The Center for Disease Control released a list of vape brands that are most commonly linked to lung-related illnesses and hospitalizations.

Tips to save on your winter heating bill

As we move into the winter season, we're going to want to stay warm while making sure the heating bill is not too high. Here are some ways we can do that.

6 Underground (Trailer 2)

Trailer for '6 Underground' starring Ryan Reynolds, Adria Arjona, Ben Hardy, Melanie Laurent, Dave Franco

Report: Highly Touted Rikers Project 'Rigged…

New York City is shutting down the Rikers Island jail complex, long plagued with guard and inmate violence. Now, an investigative piece by the journalism organization ProPublica adds one more black eye to the mix. The story recounts how New York City, desperate to fend off bad publicity or federal...

Amid climate change concern, GM rolls out big new…

Global concerns about climate change are not stopping General Motors from making large SUVs for U.S. drivers

NASA Rover Curiosity Finds 'Little Round Items…

NASA’s Curiosity rover is scheduled to have a rather busy weekend.

Ryan Reynolds Hires Peloton Actress for Own…

Ryan Reynolds Hires Peloton Actress for Own Commercial . Actress Monica Ruiz was recently hired by Ryan Reynolds to star in a commercial for his brand, Aviation American Gin. . The commercial itself is a playful response to Ruiz’s previous role in the widely criticized Peloton ad. which was met with such disdain that it caused the company’s market value to drop by $942 million. . In an interview with ‘The New York Times,’ Reynolds explained his decision to cast Ruiz, saying he felt he could “relate” to the alienation she was feeling. . As an actor, I can certainly relate to creating a piece of content or being part of something that’s not well-received, and how alienating that can feel, Ryan Reynolds, via 'NYT'. Although his ad ultimately made fun of the Peloton commercial, Reynolds said they proceeded with “immense respect” towards Ruiz and her situation. We had immense respect for any reservations she might have had. We don’t want to make the situation any worse for her, Ryan Reynolds, via 'NYT'. Ruiz herself issued a statement following the release of both commercials, saying she was thankful for Reynolds. When Ryan and his production team called about Aviation Gin, they helped me find some humor in the situation.  I am grateful to both Peloton and now Aviation Gin for the work and giving me the opportunity to do what I love to do, Monica Ruiz, via Deadline

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Exxon Wins Closely Watched Climate Case

ExxonMobil has prevailed in a rare legal situation: a climate change case that made it to trial. This one was more about alleged fraud than pollution, however, reports NPR . New York state Attorney General Letitia James accused the company of misleading investors about the potential cost of climate change, but...

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