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  • Everything Aaron and Jordan Rodgers Have Said About Their Family Feud

    Quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have led the Green Bay Packers to a narrow victory during Sunday night’s playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys, but his family did not share in the celebration. According to a new interview with The New York Times published Sunday, Ed Rodgers confirmed that he’s not on speaking terms with his son following the 32-year-old NFL star’s rise in popularity. Word of the family’s rift became public knowledge last spring when the quarterback’s younger brother Jordan appeared on JoJo Fletcher‘s season of The Bachelorette.

    People
  • Texas teacher who had sex almost daily with 13-year-old student gets 10 years in prison

    A former Texas middle-school teacher who was impregnated by a 13-year-old student has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Alexandria Vera, 25, was facing up to 30 years behind bars after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a child in November. She admitted to police that a relationship that started with Instagram messages between her and the boy blossomed into a romance — one that the boy’s family approved of. A judge in the 209th District Court in Houston said during Vera’s sentencing hearing on Friday that he does not believe the former English teacher is a danger to children or a classic pedophile, the Houston Chronicle reported. But Judge Michael McSpadden said he wants to send

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  • Massive Alligator Strolls Casually Past Florida Tourists

    Video shows the gator without a care in the world.

    Inside Edition
  • Green fouls LeBron, appears to mock him for flopping

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Draymond Green and LeBron James went at it again in the first half of the Cavaliers' visit to Golden State on Monday.

    Associated Press
  • Sasha Obama and Joe Biden’s granddaughter apparently went on a Miami vacation together, and yes, we’re jealous

    Saying goodbye to the Obama presidency has been pretty overwhelming for us, so we can’t even imagine all the emotions his family…

    Hello Giggles
  • Georgia constituent pens open letter to Rep. John Lewis

    Woman shares her message on 'Fox & Friends'

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  • Mayor quits golf club as members try to block Obama's entry

    The local mayor and member of the exclusive Maryland country club whose members are preemptively trying to keep President Obama out over his stance on Israel announced that he was dropping out over the controversy. Jeffrey Slavin, the mayor of the Montgomery County town of  Somerset, said he could no longer belong to a community at Woodmont Country Club with such “intolerance,” The New York Post reported. The Washington Post reported that some members of the historically Jewish club were bothered by Obama’s recent decision not to vote on a U.N. resolution criticizing Israeli settlements. “[President Obama] has created a situation in the world where Israel’s very existence is weakened and possibly

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  • Aly Raisman and Simone Biles Are Redefining the 2017 SI Swimsuit Issue

    After stunning the world at the Rio Olympics last Summer, gold-medal gymnasts Aly Raisman and Simone Biles are back and better than ever, continuing their pursuit of blowing our minds, this time on the cover of the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The girls are taking the modeling world by storm, and we think they are the perfect candidates for this year's famed issue. "Aly and Simone represent all that is beautiful and strong and inspiring in women today," said MJ Day, SI Swimsuit Issue editor. "Women that are not only elite athletes, that are captivating and impressive in their own professional accomplishments (lots and lots of Olympic gold medals between them), but strikingly sexy and

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  • Amber Rose Posts Rare Makeup-Free Selfie -- See the Pic!

    The 33-year-old model was bare faced and glowing in a new snap posted to Instagram on Sunday.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Aaron Rodgers Hasn't Spoken to His Family in 2 Years, Father Confirms

    In a New York Times story about the family rift, the NFL star's dad, Ed Rodgers, said the family hasn't spoken to the Green Bay quarterback since the end of 2014. The public first became aware of a rift in the Rodgers family when Aaron's younger brother, Jordan, appeared as a contestant on ABC's reality show "The Bachelorette" last summer. Before Jordan brought the show's star JoJo Fletcher to his Chico, California, hometown to meet his family, he told her that Aaron would not be there, explaining that he had chosen to distance himself from his family.

    Good Morning America
  • Obamas on the Move (PHOTO)

    1 1/16/2017 1:07 PM PST The president and his family are just like us ... schlepping boxes when you move from one house to another. The Obamas are packin' up and moving boxes from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. to their new rental digs near Georgetown. They've got some art (no, not like the portrait of George Washington) and other stuff. They're headed to Palm Springs Friday, so by the time they get back 2 weeks after the inauguration, everything should be in place.

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  • Samsung says it knows why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded — and it's no surprise

    Reuters reported that Samsung had concluded its investigation of its Galaxy Note 7, and determined that the battery was the main culprit. Seeing as the battery was the part of the handset known to explode, this comes as little surprise.

    Digital Trends
  • Peta Murgatroyd Bra Selfie Reminds Us Post-Baby Body Expectations Are Ridiculous

    The “post-baby body” obsession has, unfortunately, seemingly taken over our culture. Instead of marveling at the fact that women bring forth life from…

    Hello Giggles
  • Ciara Posts Family Picture After Cheeky Move From Ex Future

    Singer Ciara just clapped back at her ex, Future, after the latter showed up during her husband Russell Wilson's game.

    International Business Times
  • Stephen Curry shredded the Cavaliers with a nearly flawless first half

    The Cleveland Cavaliers have done an incredible job limiting Stephen Curry over the past matchups. That ended on Monday. In the first half as the Warriors were blowing the Cavaliers out in Oakland, Curry was right smack in the middle of it — dropping 14 points and 10 assists in the opening 24 minutes. LeBron James had an impossible choice between the two, and Curry made the right read.

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  • Gerald Levin To Donald Trump On Rep. John Lewis: Have You No Sense Of Decency, Sir?

    Former AOL-Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin writes guest columns for Deadline when the spirit moves him. Like it has today, on MLK Day, on the eve of the inauguration of Donald Trump as U.S. president, and the controversy over his reaction to comments made by iconic Civil Rights reformer and Georgia congressman John Lewis. Rep Lewis was in attendance in 2001 when Levin received the MLK Award from Coretta Scott King and her son, Dexter Scott King. An open letter to…

    Deadline
  • Grieving Husband Demands Harsher Sentence for 'Melrose' Star Who Killed His Wife: 'Justice Has Not Been Done'

    Actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer will not return to prison for the fatal drunken driving crash that killed Helene Seeman.

    Inside Edition
  • Last Night’s Look: Love It or Leave It? 1/16/2017 (13 photos)

    See the best red carpet looks from this week

    People
  • Aaron Rodgers’s Family Finally Speaks Out About Estrangement

    On last season’s The Bachelorette, viewers were let in on Rodgers family secrets. Winner Jordan Rodgers is the younger brother of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Jordan let his now fiancé, JoJo Fletcher, in on the fact that Aaron has not spoken to their family in years.

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  • Chiefs' Andy Reid believes holding should have been no-call

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Chiefs coach Andy Reid doesn't believe the holding penalty on left tackle Eric Fisher that cost Kansas City a tying 2-point conversion against Pittsburgh on Sunday night should have been called.

    Associated Press