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Heavy is the head that wears the holiday crown.
Ten movies in, Candace Cameron Bure still feels the pressure to deliver as the shining star of Hallmark Channel's popular Countdown to...
In her 39 years of life, Anna Nicole Smith left her mark in some unexpected places.
Following an impoverished upbringing in small-town Texas she became one of the most famous faces of the...
It's cuffing season and Casey Affleck has found himself a new love.
The Manchester By the Sea actor, who is known for keeping details of his personal life private, took to Instagram...
Pass the turkey and some tissues, because the Internet's most wholesome friendship has come together to celebrate their sixth Thanksgiving meal this year.
Back in 2016, Jamal...
Post Malone's manager announced that the singer is releasing new music this Friday, July 9th.
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Researchers from the U.K. and New Zealand have created a new weight loss device that keeps users from eating solid food.
Jamie Lynn Spears is finally speaking out in support of her sister, Britney.
School board members around the country have faced heckling, protests, even death threats and at least one lawsuit recently.
Shouting, threats, negative billboards and dark money; this year's school board races are like none before. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.
The season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" earlier this month featured the cast poking fun at reports of violence and chaos at school board meetings all over this country. Unfortunately, it was not a hyperbolic depiction. I found it hard to laugh at the skit, because it hit very close to home.