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    Chris Pratt gives his opinion on DC Movies

    Chris Pratt, currently knee-deep in promoting his upcoming contribution to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2, was asked about Marvel’s primary competitor in the superhero movie genre, DC. His big comment focused on the widely-panned Suicide Squad: “I really like all the Warner Bros. movies. I think they’re really cool and […]

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    Ivanka Trump jeered in Germany

    Ivanka Trump didn’t get the greatest reception at a public appearance in Germany on Tuesday morning. Ms. Trump was at a conference of female business leaders as the United States’ representative, joining German Chancellor Angela Merkel and director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde. When Ms. Trump was asked about the U.S. President and […]

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    Dale Earnhardt Jr. announces retirement

    The stock car racing world is reacting to legend Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s announcement that he will be retiring at the end of the 2017 season. Earnhardt Jr., son of all-time great Dale Earnhardt Sr., has 26 wins in the NASCAR Cup Series since his full-time debut in 2000. While Earnhardt was never able to win […]

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    “Bachelor” Chris Soules arrested in fatal road accident

    Former star of The Bachelor Chris Soules was arrested early Tuesday morning at the scene of a fatal car crash. Soules, 35 years old, was charged with leaving the scene of a car accident. While Buchanan County (Iowa) police have not released information concerning the crime, sources say that the accident involved a pickup truck […]

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    Arkansas does double execution, first in U.S. since 2000

    The state of Arkansas made a statement when they executed two criminals on Monday night, marking the first double execution in the United States since 2000. Arkansas did this after carrying out its first execution in over a decade last week, despite legal challenges. Even on Monday, the second execution was delayed by a federal […]

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    Barack Obama makes first public appearance post-White House

    After spending a couple of weeks wandering the South Pacific with his wife and other celebrities, former U.S. President Barack Obama made his first post-White House public appearance on Monday, speaking to University of Chicago students. In his discourse, he focused on the dominance of special interests in Washington. He mentioned that he was unable […]

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    Donald Trump: I got best ratings since 9/11

    U.S. President Donald Trump has often expressed his deep concern for television ratings in all aspects of his public life, and one recent comment has furthered that reputation as well as his perceived lack of awareness for the American mindset. In a statement to an Associated Press reporter, he said that his appearance on the […]

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    Barcelona wins El Clásico 3-2 in dramatic late victory

    El Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid was a real spectacle on Sunday for viewers around the world, as audiences witnessed a dramatic 3-2 win in favor of Barcelona. The final goal was made by Lionel Messi two minutes into stoppage time, which was historic because of the shot being Messi’s 500th career goal for […]

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    Erin Moran, “Happy Days” star, dies of cancer

    Erin Moran, the actress most famous for portraying Joanie on the hit 1970s sitcom Happy Days, was found to have died of cancer over the weekend. According to a statement released by the Harrison County Coroner’s office on Monday, Moran passed away in her house. She was living in New Salisbury, Indiana in her final […]

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    New Orleans tearing down Confederate statues

    The city of New Orleans is bowing to national opinion and has begun removing four monuments dedicated to the city’s Confederate era, despite protests from local groups who argue for the preservation of the Southern U.S.’ less savory parts of history. One monument dismantled was an obelisk dedicated to the Crescent City White League, which […]