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Another Struggling Retail Giant Gets Sold Off

The lingerie brand is being sold by its owner in a $525 million deal.

Apple Trying To Block Book With Company Secrets

One of the country's most secretive companies is trying to keep those secrets under wraps.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

Just 2 months after a magnificent comeback appearance, the longtime star died in her sleep at her home in Glendale, CA.

New Windows Update Has Troubling Consequences For…

Microsoft's has acknowledged that their most recent security update is causing problems for owners.

Man With One Of The Pentagon's 'Most Important…

The Pentagon's top policy official is out, and his resignation comes at the president's request.

Wounded but defiant, Bloomberg promises to keep…

Mike Bloomberg is not going away

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Archaeologists Say There May Be Hidden Chambers…

Archaeologists say they’ve found more evidence that suggests there may be hidden chambers behind Tutankhamun’s tomb.

Drew Carey Speaks Out After Ex-Fiancee's Brutal…

The comedian and “The Price is Right” host threw his star power behind a Change.org petition urging Congressman Adam Schiff to revisit California’s domestic violence laws.

USC to Offer Free Tuition to Students From…

USC to Offer Free Tuition to Students From Families Who Make Under $80,000 The University of Southern California announced it will soon phase in free tuition for select students. USC President Carol L. Folt announced that students from families that earn less than $80,000 annually will be eligible for free tuition. Home ownership will not be used to determine a student's financial need. The changes will reportedly be implemented with first-year students in the fall of 2020 and the spring of 2021. Once the policy is in full effect, it is estimated that around 4,000 students will be affected by the change in tuition costs. According to Folt's statement, the move will increase USC's undergraduate aid by more than $30 million annually.

Ex-Congressman: Yeah, I Talked to Assange About a…

Former GOP congressman Dana Rohrabacher tells Yahoo News in a new interview that, yes, he did talk to Julian Assange about getting the WikiLeaks founder a presidential pardon if Assange said that Russia was not responsible for the DNC email leak . However, he says he never actually spoke to President...

Stone Gets 40 Months

Roger Stone, the longtime GOP strategist, is going to jail. A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Stone to 40 months in prison. He was also ordered to pay a $20,000 fine. He will also serve two years of probation following his prison term, and perform 250 hours of community service. He was convicted of making false statements, obstruction of justice, and witness tampering. Federal prosecutors initially recommended a sentence of seven to nine years. However, senior DOJ leadership overruled them. The DOJ asked for a lighter sentence after the president publicly complained.

Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia…

The video, which featured a Virginia man doxxing a state lawmaker over gun legislation, was up for four days before Facebook took it down.

Safety first as planes at this Charlotte airport…

Planes at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina are getting defrosted due to winter weather on Feb. 20.

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Streetlight Harmonies

Trailer for 'Streetlight Harmonies' starring Brooks Arthur, Jeff Barry, Lance Bass, Jon 'Bowzer' Bauman, Jerry Blavat

Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison

Three years, four months. That was the sentence imposed on Roger Stone Thursday by a federal judge. Whether the longtime Trump ally will spend even a minute in prison, however, remains up in the air. Judge Amy Berman Jackson handed down the sentence in the politically charged case, though the...

Trump savoring scrambled Dem race, Bloomberg's…

President Donald Trump is exuding reelection confidence after the Democrats' prize fight of a debate in Las Vegas

Liz Cheney Blasts New York Times For Publishing…

Liz Cheney slammed the New York Times.

13 Ways to Pamper Your Pet (Love Your Pet Day)

13 Ways to Pamper Your Pet Show your furry friends a little TLC with these 13 ways to spoil your pet. 1. Make Homemade Treats: You can bake them or find high-quality treats at the pet store. 2. Schedule a Spa Day: A good grooming can leave your furry friend looking and feeling amazing. 3. Plan a Luxury Vacation: Instead of leaving them at home, send them to a pet resort when you have to go on a trip. 4. Spring for Doggie Daycare: Daycare is a great way for your pet to play, train and go on walks. 5. Get a Dog Walker: While you’re working, a dog walker can help your pet get exercise and companionship. 6. Schedule Regular Checkups: Keep your pet healthy and happy with annual visits to the vet. 7. Go for Glamour Shots: Spoil your pet with attention through a photoshoot. 8. Build a Backyard Paradise: Your pet will love having a space of their own to roam free. 9. Get a Cozy Bed: Let your pet sleep in style with a bed that makes napping even better. 10. Schedule a Soothing Massage: A massage is the perfect way to help your pet relax. 11. Plan Activities: Try planning an afternoon each week where you do what your pet loves. 12. Give Lots of Praise and Petting: Show your pets you care and praise them for good behavior. 13. Make Time for One-on-One Play Time: There is no better way to pamper your pet than with the attention they love and crave.

Health Expert Visits Ship, Raises Alarm

The 621 coronavirus cases confirmed on the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Japan represent the most anywhere outside of China. And an infectious diseases expert at Japan's Kobe University has a good idea why. Kentaro Iwata, who worked to combat the spread of Ebola and SARS, spent a brief...

More Coronavirus Cases In Iran

Iranian health officials urged all religious gatherings to be suspended in Qom. This happened after two more people tested positive for the coronavirus in the holy city. Reuters reports that unfortunately, two died from the virus in Qom this week. None of the people who were diagnosed with coronavirus were known to have traveled to China. Mohammad Mehdi Gouya is the head of the center for the management of communicable diseases. Gouya and Iran’s ministry of health report none of the victims were in contact with anyone who had gone to China.

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Australia Opens Federal Inquiry Into Deadly…

The royal commission will be led by a retired chief of the Defence Force, a former federal judge and a climate change expert.

Big snow flakes turn this university into a snow…

On Feb. 20, big snow flakes hit Lincoln Memorial University in Knoxville, Tennessee, blanketing the campus in white.