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  • EXCLUSIVE: Shania Twain Stuns at CMT Artists of the Year Event, Reveals How She Stays in Incredible Shape

    Shania Twain SLAYS in Nashville, and gets real with ET about her diet.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • 'I'm the victim,' Iowa teacher who had sex with student says on 'Dr. Phil'

    DES MOINES — A substitute teacher accused of having sex with a 17-year-old high school student in Cedar Rapids claims the student seduced her. Mary Beth Haglin was charged in July with sexual exploitation by a teacher. On Monday, she appeared on Dr. Phil, accusing the student of seducing her and sharing sexy photos with his friends. “Many people see him as the victim and me as the perpetrator. From a psychological standpoint and from every other standpoint, I feel like I am the victim,” Haglin said on the Dr. Phil show, citing the student's intelligence and “elevated vocabulary” as part of the seduction. Haglin pleaded not guilty to sexual exploitation by a school employee. Her trial is set to

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  • Donald Trump waited for Hillary Clinton to leave the stage before abandoning his podium — and it yielded an interesting juxtaposition

    The question was in the air before the third and final presidential debate began Wednesday night:...

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  • Virginia Tech Students Made An Awful Jose Fernandez Sign To Mock Miami Football

    College students, ironically, are not always known to be the brightest of bulbs, and whoever decided to hang this banner at Virginia Tech certainly isn’t doing anything to improve that reputation. Mocking the death of Miami Marlins’ pitcher Jose Fernandez, who passed away in a tragic boating accident last month, the sign was put out in advance of the Miami Hurricanes’ visit to Blacksburg for their ACC battle on Thursday night. Whoever made this sign wanted to make sure everyone knew that they respect Fernandez, as they extended the “courtesy” to throw an RIP at the end.

  • Duterte didn't really mean 'separation' from U.S., Philippine officials say

    Philippine officials sought on Friday to play down comments by President Rodrigo Duterte who announced his "separation" from the United States a day earlier, saying their country will maintain U.S. trade and economic ties. Duterte made his comments in Beijing, where he was paving the way for what he calls a new commercial alliance as relations with long-time ally Washington deteriorate. "I've realigned myself in your ideological flow and maybe I will also go to Russia to talk to Putin and tell him that there are three of us against the world - China, Philippines and Russia.

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  • The Blacklist: Who Tipped Kirk Off?

    Thursday's episode of The Blacklist featured a near-fatal red herring, an unexpected return and definitive proof (we think) about who is Elizabeth Keen's (Megan Boone) father. After torturing Alexander Kirk's hematologist, Dr. Reifler (Matt Servitto) in the church where he's been squatting, Red (James Spader) finds out that Reifler is scheduled to meet with Kirk (Ulrich Thomsen) within 24 hours to give him his next treatment. So Red and the doctor head to Geneva, leaving Liz behind in the church. Meanwhile, Tom (Ryan Eggold), acting on a tip from Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff), goes to meet with a local station chief who had previously obtained intel on Kirk. While Liz is awaiting word from Red,

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  • Faith-based Film 'I'm Not Ashamed' Slammed By Atheists

    Published October 20, 2016 The upcoming faith-based film “I’m Not Ashamed” is causing a stir with Atheists. Some are slamming the film’s premise that the first victim of the Columbine massacre, Rachel Scott, was killed after she said she believed in God. The criticism hinges on a scene in the movie, now published by The Hollywood Reporter, that depicts a conversation between Scott and her killers. In the scene, Scott, played by Masey McLain, is asked, “Do you still believe in God?”

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  • RZA Responds After Azealia Banks-Russell Crowe Incident, Says Singer Threatened and Attacked a Guest

    The Wu-Tang Clan rapper has a very different account from Banks' about how the altercation went down.

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  • Michelle Obama’s State-Dinner Dresses (12 photos)

    By Erika Harwood. Photos via Getty Images. As the Obamas’ time in the White House draws to a close, the president and First Lady are hosting their last state dinner for the prime minster of Italy and his wife. Over the past eight years, Michelle Obama has worn some of the most iconic looks ever seen on a First Lady. Take a look back at the gorgeous gowns Obama has worn for every U.S. state dinner. This story originally appeared on Vanity Fair . More from Vanity Fair: Jackie Kennedy and Michelle Obama: The White House Wardrobes __ What Will Michelle Obama Do After the White House? Film's Sexiest Little Black Dresses Kate Middleton's Best Looks of 2016 Brad Pitt Through the Years The Kardashians' Obsession with Nude

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  • Redskins players and coaches react to 'disrespectful,' 'out of line' Stephen A. Smith

    As he's known to do, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith ranted about the Redskins, calling the team losers. The fuss started in the immediate moments after the Redskins beat the Eagles last Sunday. Chris Baker and Ricky Jean Franois celebrated the win in the tunnel with cameras rolling, and Smith eventually watched the video.

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  • After ‘jealous rage,’ killer sentenced to life without parole in Target parking lot murder

    The eight-foot projection screen dropped from a courtroom ceiling. The surveillance video began to play. And from her seat in the second row, Cassandra Atkens — in court Thursday to watch her daughter’s killer be sentenced — knew what she was about to see. The video showed how light it still was at 7:17 p.m. June 1, 2015, in a Target store parking lot in Germantown where Atkens’s daughter, Mariam “Shadé” Adebayo, had agreed to meet ex-boyfriend Donald Bricker one more time. She was there to tell him it really was over. He pulled up in his truck, then got in her car and brought out a .44-caliber, replica-style black-powder revolver — a gun that he’d ordered online and that had arrived just that

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  • Trump, Clinton trade caustic barbs as roast turns bitter

    NEW YORK (AP) — The annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a white-tie gala in New York that is often the last time the two presidential nominees share a stage before Election Day, is traditionally a time when campaign hostilities are set aside.

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  • An 'Iron Man' Cover Is The Latest Example Of Why Pinup Artists Shouldn't Draw Teenagers

    Midtown Comics has pulled the Invincible Iron Man #1 variant cover by J. Scott Williams of Riri Williams out of her Ironheart armor. A quick peek at Midtown Comics site show the variant with a bold “DO NOT USE (Item Canceled)” declaration. Marvel representatives confirmed to me the choice to pull the cover was a joint decision from Marvel and Midtown Comics.

  • Kourtney Kardashian awkwardly 'blanks' TV hosts who ask about Kim

    Kourtney Kardashian had an awkward on-air moment Thursday morning when hosts of an Australian morning program asked how her sister Kim Kardashian is holding up after her robbery ordeal.   The questions was met with bizarre silence, while the reality TV star sat staring off camera, presumably listening to the panicked advice of her publicists.  SEE ALSO: Khloe Kardashian DGAF about Donald Trump calling her a 'piglet' Making matters worse, the connection was dropped. When producers got Kardashian back on the line post-ad break, she explained "we had a bad connection."   "I think she's totally blanking me on that question," said David Campbell, co-host of Today Extra , adding, "She could just say her sister is fine! I mean I think we just said that you know we're very concerned and we were onside and we hoped that everyone's fine, which I still do." According to The Herald Sun , Kourtney insisted that she be re-connected to the show’s host in order to address the question. Once connected, she discussed how the Kardashian klan was feeling after her sister was held at gunpoint during the Paris robbery.  "I think we're all really still shaken up and I just — you know, I think she has a big supportive family and I know that, like, all of the traumatic things that we've been through, you know, we get through them together as a family and that's what family is all about," she said.  While it might not be the most informative response ever uttered, it may have been worth it as an act of "saving face." What's a potential little white lie about a technical glitch between friends, anyway?   Many of us would love to use the old "we just had a bad connection" excuse to get out of conversations IRL, sometimes.   Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris

  • Evacuations lifted after 3 crashes on I-95, multiple deaths reported

    An evacuation order was lifted early Thursday morning after a fatal fiery crash involving hazardous materials on Interstate 95 forced some Johnston County residents out of the area. Northbound lanes of I-95 have reopened, while southbound lanes remain closed.

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  • Conor McGregor Willing to Give Up a Belt, No Army Required

    After much chatter in the media, featherweight champion Conor McGregor has stated that he is willing to give up one of his two UFC titles… just let him win the second belt first! As soon as it was announced that McGregor would challenge UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez for his belt at UFC 205 in New York, company president Dana White declared that the Irishman's opportunity to make history came with a stipulation. If McGregor defeats Alvarez on Nov. 12 at Madison Square Garden, he will become the first fighter in UFC history to hold championships in two weight categories simultaneously.

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  • Watch Joe Biden do a spectacular burnout in the Presidential Corvette

    The Secret Service doesn't let people under its protection drive very often. When they do, it's normally a golf cart they're behind the wheel of. So after years of driving imprisonment, it's no surprise that Joe Biden pulled a spectacular burnout the second he got behind the wheel of his Corvette. DON'T MISS:  New tests confirm there’s one iPhone 7 model that’s much slower than the rest Jay Leno tweeted out a preview of Jay Leno's Garage featuring Biden. Leno shows up at the Secret Service training ground, where Biden was waiting with his very own 1967 Corvette. The car was a wedding gift from his father 49 years ago, and Biden's two sons recently had the engine rebuilt as a Christmas present. Our nation's leaders are not allowed to drive very often, so this is only the third time Biden's driven his pride and joy since being elected. You can tell he's missed spinning the tires just a little bit. It also seems that there's more to the episode than just Biden hooning around. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell also turns up towards the end with a more modern Corvette, so we're hoping for an elected officials muscle-car showdown in the near future. With just a few more months left in office, Biden is primed to be back driving soon, although even as a former Vie President, the Secret Service probably won't let him do this kinda thing on public roads.

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  • Clinton vs. Trump: Here’s Who Won the Last Presidential Debate

    Trump and Clinton squared off in an unusual and contentious third presidential debate.

  • Family Receives Teen's Letter to Himself - 14 Years After His Murder

    Aaron Vickers wrote the letter as part of a high school assignment.

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