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What’s Next for Leah Remini and the Church of Scientology Following A&E’s Shocking Docu-Series

The war between Leah Remini and the Church of Scientology appears to be far from over. After the final episode of A&E’s docu-series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath aired Tuesday night, some may be thinking the discussion about the religious organization is going to stop. But if Leah has her way, this may just […]

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Why Sasha Obama Missed President Barack Obama’s Farewell Speech

Where in the world is Sasha Obama? That was the question on Americans’ minds Tuesday evening as President Barack Obamadelivered a teary farewell address in Chicago. As cameras focused in on First Lady Michelle Obama and their older daughter Malia Obama wiping away tears in the audience, the 15-year-old was nowhere to be found. As […]

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What Sophia Bush Learned After Divorcing Chad Michael Murray

It’s not often that Sophia Bush talks about Chad Michael Murray. Without referring to her ex-husband by name (the One Tree Hill co-stars tied the knot in 2005 during a seaside ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif.), the Chicago P.D. actress looks back at their brief romance in Cosmopolitan’s February issue. “In my 20s, when I […]

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British teenage girl charged with killing of seven-year-old

A 15-year-old girl was charged with the murder of a seven-year-old girl and with possession of an offensive weapon, police in the northern English region of Yorkshire said on Wednesday. The suspect, who cannot be named because she is a minor, is due to appear at York Magistrates Court later. The North Yorkshire police named […]

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Samsung heir to be quizzed in South Korean scandal that impeached Prez Park

South Korean authorities said on Wednesday that a Samsung scion will be questioned as a suspect in a bribery case in the massive influence-peddling scandal that led to the impeachment of the country’s president. Lee Jae-yong, Samsung Electronics’ vice-chairman, will be summoned to face questions by investigators probing whether South Korea’s largest business group bribed […]

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North Korea has enough plutonium to make 10 nuclear bombs: South Korea

North Korea now has enough plutonium to make 10 nuclear bombs, South Korea said Wednesday, a week after leader Kim Jong-Un said it was close to test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile. The isolated communist state, which has carried out five nuclear tests and numerous missile launches, is thought to be planning a nuclear push in […]

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Most US cops reported heightened tension after black killings, protests: Survey

Police killings of several unarmed black men in 2014 led to nationwide protests and the rise of the grassroots movement known as Black Lives Matter. (AFP file ) Three quarters of American police officers said their interactions with black people have become more tense following police killings of unarmed black men and waves of protests that […]

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Obama’s last message to the US as President: We rise or fall as one

US President Barack Obama acknowledges the crowd as he arrives to deliver his farewell address in Chicago, Illinois, US. (Reuters Photo) Conceding disappointments during his presidency yet offering vigorous encouragement for the nation’s future, Barack Obama issued an emotional defence on Tuesday night of his vision to Americans facing a moment of anxiety and a […]

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US slaps duties on washing machines made in China

American manufacturers such as Whirlpool Corp have been harmed by products imported from China at below fair value. (Whirlpool Corporation) US regulators on Tuesday moved to impose hefty tariffs on certain large residential washing machines made in China, saying American manufacturers such as Whirlpool Corp have been harmed by products imported from China at below […]

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Intel chiefs presented Trump with claims of Russian dirt on him: US media

Trump has been openly derisive of the intelligence assessment partly because he views it as an attempt to delegitimise his election. (AP File photo) US intelligence chiefs presented President-elect Donald Trump last week with documents containing unsubstantiated claims that Russians were in possession of compromising personal and financial information about him, multiple US media reports […]

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