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Golf Hall Of Fame Makes Big Change For Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods changed the face of golf forever, but no one expected this kind of move.

TV News Legend Dies At 85 After Decades-Long…

The longtime television journalist co-created "PBS NewsHour" in 1975 and anchored the show for 36 years.

Could Brad Pitt's Dating Life Circle Back To…

Brad Pitt's personal life may be a "disaster," but the world wants him to find love.

Turns Out There's A Problem With Meghan's New…

The palace makes uncomfortable mistake trying to define Meghan's role as she runs out the door.

Things Go From Bad To Worse For Troubled Actor

The past few years have been headline makers for the 58-year-old actor, and not in a good way.

Curtoni leads Italian sweep at downhill, Shiffrin…

Elena Curtoni has led an Italian sweep of the podium at a women’s World Cup downhill for her first career victory

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This Is Possibly The World's Smallest Restaurant

There’s a restaurant in Swedish Lapland that could be the smallest one in the world.

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Taylor Swift Makes Big Reveal in New Documentary

One of the most highly anticipated films debuting at the Sundance Film Festival was Miss Americana , a Netflix documentary about Taylor Swift.

5 Tips for Heading Back to College

5 Tips for Heading Back to College Going back to school can be scary. These tips can help you to jump back in with confidence. 1. Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA form, to get a loan or grant for schooling. 2. Make sure you research the best school or program that will suit your needs. CAEL's Becky Klein-Collins, via NPR 3. Figure out which degree you want before taking the necessary steps towards your specific goal. 4. Settle any current affairs you may have so they do not clash with your upcoming education schedule. 5. Once you sign up, refresh your memory in the field by taking a free online course. Graduate! Network adviser Denise Whittaker, via NPR

Two Murder-For-Hire Plots Earn 'Tiger King…

Self-proclaimed "Tiger King," also known as Joe Exotic, was sentenced to 22 years in prison on shocking charges.

Coronavirus Reaches Europe

On the same day the US confirmed its second case of the Wuhan coronavirus, France announced it has three cases—the first three to be confirmed in Europe, France24 reports. One of the patients recently returned from a trip to China during which he stopped in Wuhan. "He's in isolation...

China Confirms 1,287 Coronavirus Cases

China has confirmed 1,287 cases of patients infected with the new coronavirus. This number is accurate as of Jan. 24, according to reports at Reuters. The death toll from the virus has risen to 41, a number many fear will continue to grow. The virus originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei late last year. It has now spread to the United States, Thailand, South Korea, and Japan.

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Coronavirus Outbreak Infects More Than 900 In…

Global health officials are working to understand and contain a coronavirus outbreak that has so far infected more than 900 people.

What the weather was like during the Battle of…

Seventy-five years ago, WWII troops had difficulty fighting in the Battle of the Bulge because of the harsh winter they had to deal with.

A Valentine's Match

Trailer for 'A Valentine's Match' starring Bethany Joy Lenz, Luke MacFarlane, Mary-Margaret Humes, Marco Grazzini, Caitlin Stryker

Impeachment Day 4: Schiff Invokes John McCain

Democratic House impeachment managers are in their final day of arguments against President Trump. Friday's focus: obstruction of justice. The impeachment managers are asserting that Trump withheld crucial documents and blocked the testimony of top White House officials, reports the Wall Street Journal . "The president tried to cheat," said impeachment...

Still eyeing Slam, Pliskova exits Australia; 1 US…

Karolina Pliskova can make a good case that she has the strongest resume of any active player not to win a Grand Slam singles title

This U.S. President Insisted On Steak For…

Over the decades, people have learned a lot more about nutrition and maintaining a healthy weight, but, even by the early 1900s standards, President William Howard Taft had a rather eyebrow-raising diet.

This Day in History: First Winter Olympics…

This Day in History: First Winter Olympics January 25, 1924 The first Winter Olympics took off in style at Chamonix in the French Alps. Scandinavians dominated the 14 events that involved a total of six sports. Norway won the unofficial team competition with 17 medals. The United States came in third. Of the nearly 300 athletes, only 13 were women, and they only competed in the figure-skating events. The Olympics offered a particular boost to skiing, a sport that would become extremely popular within the next decade. The success of “International Winter Sports Week" led to the second Winter Olympic games in 1928.

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Inspiration for Film Sues for $300M

The former stockbroker behind The Wolf of Wall Street has sued the production company that put up $100 million to make the movie. The fraud and breach of contract lawsuit seeks $300 million, the Guardian reports. The company, Red Granite, was caught up in an embezzlement scheme, and its co-founder...

BYTE: Created By The Minds Behind Vine, Aiming To…

The co-creator of Vine has launched a new viral video app, reports Business Insider. The app will be called Byte and aims to take on TikTok. "Today we're bringing back 6-second looping videos and a new community for people who love them," the company announced in a tweet on Friday. The six-second video format closely resembles Vine, a popular video app from a few years ago. Vine was bought by Twitter before it was eventually shut down in 2017. Byte also plans to roll out a pilot version of a partner program that will pay creators.