Keke Palmer Reveals If She Actually Dated August Alsina After Fans Find Pic Of Them Together — See Tweet

Keke Palmer didn’t take long to clear the air after a fan resurfaced a photo of the actress with August Alsina, which she originally posted in 2015. Keke Palmer, 26, finally revealed whether or not she dated singer August Alsina, 27, all those years ago! On July 10, a fan shared a throwback photo of […]

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Cardi B Claps Back At Troll Who Criticizes Kulture, 1, For Still Using A Pacifier: ‘Have A Kid First’

Cardi B made it clear that she won’t tolerate parenting critics in a savage clap back on Twitter on July 9. Here’s what the rapper had to say when someone questioned why her daughter Kulture (who turns 2 this week) uses a pacifier. Cardi B had a fiery response to an internet critic who tweeted […]

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MLS is back tournament kicks off with silent ceremony and quiet game

Major League Soccer is back. And just to make sure everyone was clear on the concept, the league included that in the name of its return-to-play competition, the MLS Is Back tournament, which kicked off Wednesday before TV cameras and a handful of journalists at an otherwise-empty ESPN’s Wide World of Sports. The opening game […]

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Britain Plans Incentives to Bring Workers Back Before Furloughs End

Our plan has a clear goal: to protect, support and create jobs. It will give businesses the confidence to retain and hire, to create jobs in every part of our country, to give young people a better start, to give people everywhere the opportunity of a fresh start. Furlough has been a lifeline for millions, […]

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James Charles Talks Tati Westbrook & Shane Dawson Drama | E! News

The YouTuber makes it clear he’s staying out of the current beauty community controversy…but he’ll still talk about it. Get the latest! Full Story: https://www.eonline.com/news/1168616/james-charles-speaks-out-amid-tati-westbrook-and-shane-dawson-drama #JamesCharles #ENews #CelebrityNews #TatiWestbrook #ShaneDawson Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub About E! News: The E! News team brings you the latest breaking entertainment, fashion and Pop Culture news. Featuring exclusive segments, celebrity highlights, […]

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Mike D’Antoni plans to be in Orlando, Fla., for NBA restart; some players are wary

The internet connection was crisp, Mike D’Antoni’s voice was clear and his wit razor sharp. Asked about how his team would handle health and safety protocols that suggest you keep a distance, the Houston Rockets coach quipped “that’s how we guard anyways.” The Houston coach wasn’t 100% sure he had been cleared to coach in […]

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Phil Keoghan launches new CBS competition series ‘Tough as Nails’

Phil Keoghan’s message is clear: his new CBS show, “Tough as Nails,” is not your typical competition series. “This is about honoring the hard-working people of America … who get up every day, roll up their sleeves and keep the country moving,” says Keoghan, 53. “We’re putting them in the spotlight for a change, rather […]

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Seattle Police Clear ‘No Cop’ Zone

new video loaded: Seattle Police Clear ‘No Cop’ Zone transcript Back bars 0:00/1:02 –1:02 transcript Seattle Police Clear ‘No Cop’ Zone The so-called Capitol Hill Organized Protest area in Seattle was taken over by demonstrators after the death of George Floyd, and was the site of several shootings. [shouting] “Move back!” [shouting] “Excuse me, can […]

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‘Black-ish’ Star Marsai Martin, 15, Claps Back At Trolls Who Mocked Her Hair & Teeth on Twitter — Watch

Marsai Martin doesn’t have time for the haters, and she made that very clear with a hilarious Instagram video. The ‘Black-ish’ star doesn’t care if people don’t like her hair or teeth! Hello to a 15-year-old icon, and literally nobody else! Black-ish star Marsai Martin put her haters to shame on Instagram (watch below) after […]

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Here is how Senate’s police reform bill stalled in political purgatory

Police reform was done even before it started in the U.S. Senate. It quickly became clear early last week that Democratic senators were just never going to allow the Senate to start the debate on a police reform bill, crafted by Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C. Democrats viewed the legislation as partisan. A senior Democratic source characterized […]

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AP-NORC poll: Nearly all in US back criminal justice reform

Americans overwhelmingly want clear standards on when police officers may use force and consequences for officers who do so excessively, according to a new poll that finds nearly all Americans favor at least some level of change to the nation’s criminal justice system. The new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research […]

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Kim Kardashian Gives Mason Junk Food Despite Kourtney’s Rules | Daily Pop | E! News

Auntie Kim K. may be in hot water! Kourtney has been clear about her dedication to organic foods in her home. Is it okay to break the rules when babysitting? #KimKardashian #ENews #DailyPop #MasonDashDisick #KourtneyKardashian Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for the Hollywood headlines, stay for the […]

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Wildlife Trade Spreads Coronaviruses as Animals Get to Market

A study of the wildlife trade in three provinces in southern Vietnam produced startlingly clear confirmation for one of the underlying objections to the wildlife trade in Asia — the trading offers an ideal opportunity for viruses in one animal to infect another. In field rats, a highly popular animal to eat in Vietnam and […]

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Park Police Head Had Been Accused of Illegal Searches and Unreliable Testimony

A top federal law enforcement official involved in the decision this month to forcibly clear hundreds of peaceful protesters near the White House was accused as a U.S. Park Police patrol officer nearly two decades ago of conducting unlawful body cavity searches and providing unreliable testimony, according to interviews and court records. The official, Gregory […]

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The Latest: Portland mayor seeks to avoid ‘autonomous zone’

TOP OF THE HOUR: — Portland, Oregon, police clear protesters from potential “autonomous zone.” — Nashville police chief announces retirement. — JP Morgan Chase, other banks to recognize Juneteenth. — Indianapolis sued for using tear gas, projectiles at protests. ——— PORTLAND, Ore. — Police in Portland, Oregon, say they cleared an area in the city’s […]

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‘Little Bubbles’: the Pandemic Coping Strategy That Refuses to Go Away

There’s a clear sense of desperation in the air—desperation to return to public life. Unfortunately, actual progress when it comes to treating COVID-19 has not quite caught up to that thirst: there’s still no COVID-19 vaccine, no “cure” or universal treatment regimen, no accurate antibody test, no sense of what the presence of COVID-19 antibodies […]

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In Bizarre Interview Trump Advisor Denies Systemic Racism Because Whites Voted for Obama

In a trainwreck of an interview, one of President Trump’s economic advisors was asked to clear up past remarks he’d made about the non-existence of systemic racism in America and only made matters worse for himself. CNBC’s Closing Bell anchor, Sara Eisen, confronted Trump’s director of the National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, on Monday about […]

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Why US is trying to curtail ICC investigation over ‘war crimes’ in Afghanistan

The U.S. government made it clear in March that it would not cooperate with an International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into alleged war crimes committed by U.S. military and intelligence personnel in Afghanistan, and late last week, the Trump administration doubled-down on its stance by issuing an executive order that paves the way for ICC […]

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Clyburn says ‘nobody is going to defund the police,’ calls for ‘reimagining’ of law enforcement

Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., made it clear on Sunday that despite the public rancor following the protests over the recent deaths of African-Americans involving law enforcement, Congress will not make moves to defund police departments. Clyburn, the House majority whip, instead said he would push for a “reimagining” of law enforcement in the country. “I […]

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‘It’s Clear That the Pandemic Is Accelerating,’ W.H.O. Official Says

new video loaded: ‘It’s Clear That the Pandemic Is Accelerating,’ W.H.O. Official Says transcript Back bars 0:00/1:12 –1:12 transcript ‘It’s Clear That the Pandemic Is Accelerating,’ W.H.O. Official Says Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization’s regional director for Africa, said the pace of the coronavirus spread there is quickening. I think what has been […]

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MLB owners to reject players’ proposal, offer counter; Manfred: There will be a season

Rob Manfred made two points loud and clear Wednesday: There will be a major league season in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the owners are not backing off their insistence that players take an additional pay cut to play a longer season. If the owners maintain those stances, and in the absence of a […]

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Sanders says ‘I don’t agree’ with push to abolish police departments

Sen. Bernie Sanders is making clear that he doesn’t support defunding or abolishing police departments – but instead wants more training and better pay for police officers as part of his push for criminal justice reform. In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, the progressive independent lawmaker from Vermont said “do I think we […]

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Patti Lupone Believes America’s ‘Doomed’ With Trump As President: ‘We’re Heading Into Fascism’

Patti Lupone made her stance on President Donald Trump clear: she thinks he’s ‘doomed’ the United States with his actions, and the damage may be irreversible. Patti Lupone isn’t mincing words when it comes to her thoughts on Donald Trump. “The country is doomed,” the Broadway legend, 71, said in the 2020 Variety Power of Women […]

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How to Navigate Your Community Reopening? Remember the Four C’s

When the country was largely under lockdown, at least the rules were mostly clear. Essential workers ventured out; everyone else sheltered in. Bars and restaurants were closed except for dining out; hair salons and spas were shuttered. Outings were limited to the supermarket or the drugstore. Now states are lifting restrictions, but detailed guidance about […]

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