The vice president donated an ultrasound in his own name to a crisis pregnancy center at a Focus on the Family event.
It’s simple physics. The 4-inch-wide balance beam, called "the most unforgiving surface in sports," may be the most mind-boggling of the four events in women’s gymnastics.
Why almost everything you think about democracy is wrong. Consider the curious case of New Jersey in 1916: That summer, there was a string of deadly shark attacks along the Jersey Shore.
The gold medalist on inspirations and motherhood This week, Dominique Dawes — 10 year member of the U.S.
Senate Republicans are expected to revise their health bill early next week, adding in a provision that could lock Americans out of the individual market for six months if they fail to maintain continuous insurance coverage.
One of the best of its genre, the movie has lessons for us in tumultuous times. Every weekend, we pick a movie you can stream that dovetails with current events.
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Its demands of the isolated country could exacerbate the Gulf crisis. Saudi Arabia and its allies have sent Qatar a list of 13 demands that it must comply with in order for them to end the crippling economic and diplomatic blockade they’ve subjected the tiny Gulf country to for more than two weeks.
In light of his track record, this threat shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s never a good sign when the leader of a country just emerging from decades of repressive rule puts on a military uniform, stands with a group of his nation’s top generals, and makes some rather thinly veiled threats to his political opponents.
Two new editions of the iconic album feature a mix of previously unreleased songs and other special features.
GLOW is like A League of Their Own, but with snarling ’80s wrestlers. What’s not to like? There may be no more immediately appealing premise on TV than that of GLOW.
On the heels of two major revelations — the contents of Senate Republicans’ health care bill, and the reality that he does not have tapes of his and former FBI Director James Comey’s conversations — President Trump decided to tweet about some of his legislative accomplishments.
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Goop tried to use space science to sell bogus stickers. NASA wasn’t having it. Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest lifestyle snake oil is so bad, NASA was forced to debunk it.
The floor is a tired Twitter joke structure, and other online lessons. The internet mostly didn’t devolve into a political firestorm this week, which makes it a fairly good week as far as 2017 has gone.
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Breaking down the health care bill and everything else that mattered. The week’s political news was dominated by the release of Senate Republicans’ long-secret plan to drastically scale back federal health care spending and repeal the Affordable Care Act’s tax increases.
It’s a milestone for trans activists. Pakistan is one of the most conservative countries in the world, one that still considers homosexuality a crime, condones child marriage, and has attempted to legalize spousal abuse.
Eid al-Fitr, the holiday marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, begins Saturday evening, and most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims will be observing it.
Burger King and Domino’s scrambled to follow suit Fast-food chains rarely wade into politics. And then there’s Saudi Arabia, where McDonald’s and Domino’s just pledged their allegiance to the country’s new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.