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Dolly Parton on Black Lives Matter: 'Do we think our little white a**es are the only ones that matter? No!'
Dolly Parton explains why she dropped the name "Dixie" from her Medieval Times-like attraction located in Tennessee and Missouri.
- PoliticsAssociated Press
President Donald Trump on Friday paid a visit to his younger brother, Robert Trump, at the New York hospital where he has been hospitalized. The hospital visit came ahead of Trump's scheduled weekend trip to his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. The White House did not immediately release details about why Robert Trump, who is 72, had been hospitalized, but officials said that he was seriously ill.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have gone exceptionally grand with their California starter house, purchasing a $14.65 million estate in the heart of posh Montecito, the seaside Santa Barbara County enclave that is famously home to a slew of Hollywood heavyweights. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex' names do not appear on grant deeds related […]
The East African Rift system made up the western and eastern continental rifts stretches from the Afar region of Ethiopia down to Mozambique. It is an active continental rift that began millions of years ago, splitting at 7 mm annually. The regular eruption of volcanoes along the rift and new insights into the break up of continents adds to the belief that the continent maybe spitting to form a new ocean.
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The apple pie is back, we repeat, the apple pie is back.
- CelebrityInside Edition CBS
A new documentary tells the story of renowned comedian Robin Williams' final months as he struggled with undiagnosed Lewy Body Dementia before taking his own life. "Robin's Wish," directed by Tyler Norwood, features commentary from his widow, Susan, and others who worked with him. Susan said her husband knew something was terribly wrong and battled to get answers right up until his death, even while he kept making movies. She said Robin was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s before his suicide.
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'I’ll do anything to get theatres large and small open again,' composer Andrew Lloyd Webber said as he received an experimental COVID-19 vaccine.