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Tony Award-Winning Actress Behind Disney Classic…

The four-time Tony winner who brought humanity to larger-than-life characters has died.

Hunters Are Killing Bald Eagles And They Don't…

America's bald eagles aren't being shot, but bullets are killing them.

There's A New Study On The Mediterranean Diet

Another study is extolling the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, this time in regard to aging.

Troubling New Details Emerge In Wake Of TV Host's…

Former 'Love Island' host Caroline Flack was found dead of an apparent suicide on Saturday afternoon.

One Of The Country's Most Revered Authors Has Died

Charles Portis, a favorite among critics and writers for works such as 'True Grit,' was 86.

AP source: Barr tells people he might quit over…

Attorney General William Barr has told people close to him he’s considering quitting his post after President Donald Trump wouldn’t heed his warning to stop tweeting about Justice Department cases

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Herbal Tea May Have Fueled Vikings' Aggression

A researcher says that the Vikings’ legendary aggression may have been fueled by herbal tea.

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Ghost Ship Washes Ashore On Irish Coast

An abandoned 'ghost ship' that had been drifting at sea for more than a year has finally washed ashore.

Denny Hamlin's Third Daytona 500 Win Overshadowed…

Denny Hamlin's Third Daytona 500 Win Overshadowed By Ryan Newman Crash The fiery wreck sent driver Ryan Newman to the hospital. Newman's No. 6 car flipped several times on the final lap and crossed the finish line engulfed in flames. Newman's injuries were not life-threatening, according to NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell. NASCAR, via Twitter NASCAR, via Twitter Hamlin became the first driver since Sterling Marlin in 1995 to win the Daytona 500 in back-to-back seasons. Hamlin joined a list of six Hall of Fame drivers as winners of three or more Daytona 500 races. Denny Hamlin, via statement Denny Hamlin, via statement

Julian Assange Is Doing Better: Rep

A month and a half after Julian Assange said he was "slowly dying" inside a London prison, the WikiLeaks founder's spokesperson says Assange is doing better. He's been moved from solitary confinement, the rep says, per Reuters : "I saw him about 10 days ago—he has improved thanks to the...

Coronavirus Changing Food Consumption In China

Meituan Meituan, a major food delivery company in China, is seeing a dramatic change in customers' food consumption in the wake of the deadly coronavirus. The company piloted a contactless delivery service after the outbreak began. According to Meituan, which has 5.9 million partner retailers and 700,000 daily active couriers, more than 80% of all orders made between January 26 and February 8 requested the contactless delivery service. And in the epicenter of the virus outbreak, Wuhan, that figure rose to 95.1%.

Study Links Mediterranean Diet To Health Benefits…

Older Europeans who ate a modified Mediterranean diet had more healthy gut bacteria than those who didn't, among other improvements.

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Plane forced to land sideways after battling…

The pilot of the world's biggest passenger jet completed the daunting task of landing at London's Heathrow Airport against Storm Dennis' 91-mph winds on Feb. 15.


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10 Best Places to Work

Fortune is out with its annual list of the 100 best companies to work for, and it features a repeat champ at the top. The hotel giant Hilton came in at No. 1 for the second straight year, reports WTOP . Another familiar name is the supermarket chain Wegmans, which placed...

Passengers begin leaving after ship's virus…

Hundreds of passengers began leaving the Diamond Princess cruise ship after their two-week quarantine ended

Trump: Bloomberg Is 'Illegally Buying' Democratic…

President Trump slammed Mike Bloomberg.

Rick James Estate Sued for $50 Million Amid Rape…

Rick James Estate Sued for $50 Million Amid Rape Accusation The late singer is accused of violently raping a teen during a visit to a youth detention home in Buffalo, New York, in 1979. According to 'Page Six,' the unidentified accuser said she was “very uncomfortable” and accused Rick James of being “very suggestive and inappropriate.” Unidentified Accuser, via 'Page Six' The accuser claims to have suffered ongoing "physical, psychological and emotional injury" that led to alcohol, substance abuse and "serious thoughts of suicide." Darren Seilback, the accuser's attorney, told the 'Buffalo News' that the woman informed someone of the alleged rape, but it was never reported. Darren Seilback, via the 'Buffalo News' James, who was previously convicted of assaulting two women in 1993, died in Los Angeles on August 6, 2004.

TikTok May Have a Demographic Problem

TikTok is a wildly popular app for short videos, and it's especially popular with young users. But as the Wall Street Journal reports, some of those users are too young. The social media company is actively trying to rid the site of those 12 and younger, both for legal reasons...

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Weinstein Trial Jury Deliberates

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The jury in former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial began deliberations on Tuesday on charges that could send him to prison for life, in a case that has become a milestone for the #MeToo movement. The Manhattan jury of seven men and five women began their discussions after the judge hearing the case warned Weinstein’s lead defense lawyer, Donna Rotunno, against talking to the press until jurors have reached a verdict. The warning came two days after the attorney wrote an opinion piece about the case in Newsweek magazine.

Judge Declines To Delay Roger Stone's Sentencing

​Stone's defense team filed a motion for a new trial last week, arguing one of the jurors in his case was biased.