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Willow Smith talks sexuality, says she could see herself with both a man and a woman in a polyamorous relationship
Willow Smith, her mother Jada Pinkett Smith and her grandmother Adrienne Banfield-Jones got together for another edition of "Red Table Talk." This time the conversation focused on "unconventional relationships" and multiple partners. Pinkett Smith opened the show by saying that Willow has been reading up on polyamory, the practice of having multiple partners for the purpose of love.
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Olivia Munn criticizes white men who complain about having to watch what they say: 'The rest of us have been doing this forever'
The actress pointed specifically to the criticism she’s heard from some who complain that they must now be more careful about their behavior or the things that they say.
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The family of a Chinese scholar who was abducted and killed was distraught at a news conference following the conviction of the suspect on Monday. The family's lawyer said the family can't imagine how they will live their lives without her. (June 24)
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It should have been a simple congratulatory tweet. Instead, the Houston Rockets made it about themselves.
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Mom Rejected Man's Advances at a Party So He Allegedly Shot Her Baby in the Head: 'He Had No Remorse'
Mom Rejected Man's Advances at Party So He Allegedly Shot Baby in the Head
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Report raises questions about whether Rep. Omar married brother | New bill targeting Facebook, Google
Report raises questions about whether Rep. Omar married brother: New investigative documents released by a state agency have given fresh life to lingering questions about the marital history of Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar and whether she once married a man - possibly her own brother - to skirt immigration laws, says a Star Tribune report. The questions surfaced again this month in a state probe of campaign finance violations, according to the Minnesota newspaper, which added that its extensive search of records in the wake of the campaign finance board's finding could neither conclusively confirm nor rebut the allegation that the man is Omar's sibling.