The mistake occurred as Martha MacCallum and other Fox News anchors discussed Hurricane Ian’s impact in Florida on Wednesday.
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Mila Kunis was left with no undergarments before 'Kimmel' appearance: ‘I am wearing children's underwear’
Mila Kunis had to improvise when her bra, underwear and socks weren't in her garment bag.
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Pittsburgh is bringing punter Jordan Berry back.
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Christopher Scarver, who killed Jeffrey Dahmer in prison, said in 2015 that he did it because Dahmer taunted inmates with food
In 2015, Christopher Scarver, the inmate who killed Jeffrey Dahmer, said he did it because Dahmer taunted inmates by shaping his food into body parts.
Kourtney Kardashian says she did the dishes 'completely butt naked' to take advantage of being away from her kids while with Travis Barker in Palm Springs
On Thursday's episode, Kourtney said she and husband Travis Barker don't get much alone time because they have six kids between the two of them.
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'Never seen anything like that in my life': Woman comes up with creative way to avoid overweight baggage fees
A woman life-hacked her way out of some overweight baggage in the most creative way.
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One month after Megan Fox teased that she was considering starting an OnlyFans account, the actress took to the ‘gram to show off one of her boldest looks yet along with her cheeky sense of humor.
Weather Channel Reporter Jim Cantore Hit By Flying Tree Branch As Category 4 Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall
Category 4 Hurricane Ian made landfall this afternoon near Fort Myers, Florida with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph. In doing so, it became the fifth-largest storm to hit the U.S. mainland — at least in recorded history — and the Weather Channel was there to cover it. Meteorologist Jim Cantore was at ground zero […]
The updated figures paint a picture of what is currently plaguing military recruiters in many of the service branches, with a shrinking pool of potential service members available to them.
The "Late Show" host dives into the revelations of a new book about the ex-president.
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The lawyer for Sirhan Sirhan, who assassinated presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, on Wednesday asked a judge to free him and played a recording of her client saying he is now dedicated to nonviolence and wants only to “return home to my brother and live the rest of our days in peace.” Sirhan, 78, has spent 54 years in prison. It was the first time Sirhan’s voice had been heard publicly since a televised parole hearing in 2011, before California barred audio or visual recordings