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Bachelor in Paradise Gets in a Fight, and Hannah G. Finally Picks Between Blake and Dylan

It's officially a bad idea to attack a pinata in Paradise. Bachelor in Paradise finally gave us that fight it's been promising, and it was just as ridiculous as we always assumed...

Mike Johnson, Tayshia Adams and More Stars React to That Shocking Bachelor in Paradise Fight

Punches were thrown and shirts were ripped on Bachelor in Paradise. Picking up where things left off last week, Christian Estrada and Jordan Kimball got into a heated fight during Monday...

Teen Mom's Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell Break Down in Tears After Visiting Carly

Saying goodbye never gets easier. On tonight's season finale of Teen Mom OG, Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell were able to meet up with their eldest daughter Carly, who they...

Jada Pinkett Smith Looks Exactly Like Daughter Willow in This Wild Interview From 1992

Willow Smith is truly the spitting image of her mom, Jada Pinkett Smith. E! News did a deep dive into our archives as part of a sweet surprise for the Angel Has Fallen star, and boy did...

Demi Lovato Kicks Off 27th Birthday With a Bang by Attending Ariana Grande's Concert

Demi Lovato is living her best life! The "Cool for the Summer" singer is enjoying her time in London and kicking off her 27th birthday celebration. And while it's not August...

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Oklahoma County files petition against opioid manufacturers

By Kayla BranchStaff writerkbranch@oklahoman.comOklahoma County has filed its official petition against opioid manufacturers for allegedly creating a public nuisance in the county.The petition, filed Friday, also accuses the companies of fraud, negligence, civil conspiracy, unjust enrichment and punitive damages.

Target launching private label in fight for grocery share

By Anne D'InnocenzioAP Retail WriterNEW YORK — Target is launching a private food label next month as it attempts to energize grocery sales.Beginning Sept.

3 out of 4 economists predict a U.S. recession by 2021

By Jonnelle MarteThe Washington PostMost economists believe the United States will tip into recession by 2021, a new survey shows, despite White House insistence the economy is sound.Nearly 3 out of 4 economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics expect a recession by 2021, according to results released Monday.

Wide implications as Germany teeters toward recession

By David RisingThe Associated PressBERLIN — Germany, Europe's industrial powerhouse and biggest economy, with companies like Volkswagen, Siemens and BASF, may be entering a recession, according to a gloomy report from the country's central bank Monday — a development that could have repercussions for the rest of the eurozone and the United StatesA technical recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth, and Germany saw a 0.1% drop in the April-to-June period.

Oklahoma Energy Resources Board and energy companies boost new STEM program at OKC Public Schools

By Jack MoneyBusiness writerjmoney@oklahoman.comThe oil and natural gas industry is helping to lead a technological initiative at elementary schools throughout the Oklahoma City Public Schools district.On Monday, the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board and several oil- and natural gas-related companies announced they are helping to financially support nearly half of 33 new STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning centers that opened in the schools this year.The OERB contributed $300,000 — the most it has donated for a single project — to support 10 of the centers.

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