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One of Tom Brady's most memorable plays came after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' win against the New Orleans Saints.
After the Jan. 17 divisional playoff game, the 43-year-old NFL pro...
Chrissy Teigen continues to cope with the loss of son Jack.
The cookbook author took to Twitter on Saturday, Jan. 16 to reveal she has taken up horseback riding lessons as a way to help...
It's over between Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas.
Less than a year after sparking romance rumors, the Hollywood stars have decided to go their separate ways.
"Both of them...
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The new trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy is out.
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Broken up into four parts, the docuseries digs into prolific serial killer Richard Ramirez.
Post Malone donates 10,000 pairs of his sold-out Crocs to frontline hospital staff.
President Donald Trump's expected batch of 100 pardons and commutations on the penultimate day of his presidency won't be the highest of his recent predecessors. But his record of clemency could very well be the most controversial.
The Founding Fathers would have been disgusted by President Donald Trump's serial abuse of the pardon power. Nearly 90% of his pardons to date have gone to friends or politically connected allies -- including corrupt politicians. While the President's pardon power may seem unconstrained by the Constitution, a closer look shows that Trump is violating every principle the framers of the Constitution assumed would be followed by a principled President -- and there's evidence they intended special constraints on a President's pardon power after they'd been impeached.
Demonstrations in state capitols across the United States were muted this weekend after warnings of armed protests, but officials have indicated they'll remain vigilant in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Former deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, reacts to video of the January 6th attack on the US Capitol and compares it to the 2012 attack on the US compound in Benghazi, Libya.