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Chelsea Handler's followers are torn as to whether or not wearing a robe outside the comfort of a spa, hotel room, or home is acceptable.
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The basketball-size tumor was finally gone, and the first signs after Emanuel Zayas’s surgery were deceptively encouraging. The 14-year-old’s eyes had begun to react to stimulation. The muscles on his face were strengthening. For a moment, his family, doctors and other supporters exhaled. But inside, the teen was already dying, according to Miami NBC-affiliate WTVJ. Days after the surgery, Emanuel’s lungs began to fail. His kidneys were going, too. Soon, the people praying for the boy brought to U.S. doctors by missionaries came to a sobering truth: There would be no miracle. “After visiting Emanuel last night and observing a glimmer of hope from pupillary reflexes and facial muscle tone, I was
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George Stephanopoulos coolly backs Sarah Huckabee Sanders into a corner over Trump's hand in the shutdown
Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos was a man of relatively few words during his interview with White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday morning, but what he did say raised serious questions about President Trump's own potential hand in the ongoing government shutdown. Sanders began the interview by using Stephanopoulos' opening question to blast Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for the shutdown. "I know sometimes members like Sen. Schumer need a little help and guidance getting through big policy negotiations like that," she told Stephanopoulos, "but the president's laid out what he wants and if they need help understanding it, we'd be happy to send
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Stephen Jones is a calculated talker. Unlike the reputation of his father, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who is known for letting things fly, the executive VP of Dallas sends deliberate messages when he speaks to the media. So when he lined up for a discussion about Dez Bryant’s contract situation and mentions several issues with the return on his $70 million investment, fans should know those words are being directed at Bryant’s representative. Make no mistake about it, the Cowboys are going to engage in conversations with Bryant’s agent about the big price tag associated with the wide receiver and whether or not they are getting the requisite bang for the buck. Speaking on the Hanging With The
The couple charged in California with shackling and starving 12 of their 13 children grew tired of their strict religious lifestyle -- so they started engaging in seedier sex-fueled hijinks, the mother’s sister revealed on Monday. David and Louise Turpin began “experimenting in different religions” and forcing their older children to “take care of the younger children so that her and David could kinda sow those wild oats that they didn’t sow when she was younger,” Louise’s sister Teresa Robinette said on “Megyn Kelly Today.” For example, the sister said Louise, 49, had sex in a hotel with a stranger she met online - with the blessing of her husband, 57 - before re-enacting the affair in the same
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When her softball coach began texting her late at night, showering her with compliments and telling her she was special, it was easy for Bailey Boone to forget that he was 54 years old and she was just 16. “I thought we had a great love and the age didn’t matter, and no one could possibly understand,” Boone, now 21, said of the man she knew as Coach Mike. In reality, Michael Martis was “grooming” her to become his sexual partner, according to a lawsuit Boone has filed against St. Francis Catholic High School and the Sacramento Catholic Diocese. The school and diocese, the lawsuit alleges, should have known that Martis was a predator, and failed to take steps to protect Boone and other students when he was a softball coach from 2010 through 2014.
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'I'm leaving the Democratic Party today': Democrats are infuriated by their own party's deal with the GOP to reopen the government
Many Democrats are furious with members of their party for agreeing to a deal with Republican senators to reopen the government. These Democrats don't think Republicans will fulfill their promise to vote on replacement legislation for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration program, set to expire on March 5. "Democrats are still not willing to go to the mat to allow people in my community to live in our country legally," Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez said Monday. Many Democrats are incensed about the deal Senate Democrats reached with Republicans on Monday, the third day of a shutdown, to reopen the government. On Monday, a bipartisan group of senators - including 33 Democrats