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How Robin Givens Found Her Voice After Surviving Domestic Violence

Robin Givens is proud of how far she has come. More than 25 years after her unforgettable role in Boomerang, the actress is finding sweet success on the Oprah Winfrey Network thanks to...

Nick Carter Granted One-Year Restraining Order Against Aaron Carter

Nick Carter has been granted a 1-year restraining order against his younger brother, Aaron Carter. A source close to the Vegas restraining order case confirms to E! News that Nick was...

Pre-Black Friday Sales You Can Shop Now: 2019's Best Deals

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Robert Pattinson Reflects on Twilight, Harry Potter Fame Amid Batman Casting

Its been a long journey. Robert Pattinson may have put his vampire days long behind him, but that doesn't mean he's forgotten how much of an impact his earlier roles have had on...

FX Puts a Dark Spin on A Christmas Carol With Joe Alwyn and Guy Pearce

You haven't seen A Christmas Carol like this before. FX released the first official trailer for a new take on the Charles Dickens classic starring Guy Pearce, Andy Serkis and Joe...

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Bill Bedenbaugh: 'I thought (Bobby Evans) did a heck of a job' in first start with Rams

By Abby BittermanFormer Sooner Bobby Evans got his big opportunity in the NFL on Sunday night, and he took advantage of it.Evans started at tackle on the Los Angeles Rams' offensive line on Sunday against the Chicago Bears, replacing Rob Havenstein, who is out with an injury.Oklahoma offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh said he didn't get to watch much of the game, but thought Evans did a good job, especially going up against the Bears' defense and guys like linebacker Khalil Mack."The little bit I saw, I thought he looked really good," Bedenbaugh said.

Ex-Baltimore mayor charged in ‘Healthy Holly’ book scandal

BALTIMORE (AP) — The disgraced former mayor of Baltimore was charged Wednesday with fraud and tax evasion involving sales of her self-published children's books to non-profits and foundations that did business with the government.An 11-count federal indictment accuses Catherine Pugh of arranging fraudulent sales of her “Healthy Holly” books to schools, libraries and a medical system to enrich herself, promote her political career and fund her run for mayor.“There are many victims in this case,” said U.S. Attorney Robert Hur in announcing the indictment.

After a brief absence from NW Expressway, Here's Johnnie's!

By Dave CatheyJohnnie’s Charcoal Broiler recently reopened on the NW Expressway.The store now at 6629 NW Expressway previously shared a single large space with the corporate office.

Dayton gunman’s friend pleads guilty to firearms counts

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A friend of the Dayton gunman has pleaded guilty to two firearms charges unrelated to the deadly mass shooting.Twenty-four-year-old Ethan Kollie pleaded Wednesday to lying on a federal firearms form and possessing a gun while using illegal drugs.

Impeachment hearings takeaways: `Everyone was in the loop’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, bolstered Democrats’ impeachment narrative Wednesday as he repeatedly talked of a “quid pro quo” involving Ukraine.He said “everyone was in the loop” about President Donald Trump’s push for Ukraine to announce investigations into a Ukraine gas company and the 2016 U.S. election.Sondland was one of the most anticipated witnesses as Democrats are holding an rigorous week of hearings into whether Trump’s dealings with Ukraine are grounds for impeachment.Sondland told lawmakers that he worked with Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine at Trump’s direction and that he eventually came to believe that military aid for the country was dependent on Ukraine launching the investigations.Some takeaways from Day 4 of the impeachment inquiry before the House intelligence committee:THIS FOR THATSondland repeatedly referred to a quid pro quo — one thing in return for another — in describing the administration’s dealings with Ukraine.It was a remarkable spectacle: Trump’s own ambassador using the exact term that the president himself has disavowed.

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