• Ann Coulter after Trump's order: 'The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot'

    President Donald Trump's announcement Friday that he was declaring a national emergency wasn't received well by all Republicans, none more vocal than Ann Coulter.

  • Bella Hadid Celebrates The Weeknd's 29th Birthday as Couple Cuddles Up in Matching Camo Looks

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  • Boy, 11, arrested after refusing to recite 'racist' Pledge of Allegiance

    "I want the charges dropped and I want the school to be held accountable," Dhakira Talbot said of her son's arrest at the Florida school.

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  • Kelly Clarkson's Cover of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow' Might Be the Best One We've Heard

    The 'American Idol' alum couldn't help but gush over the 'Star Is Born' actress at her Friday concert.

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  • The 31 Most Cringe-Worthy Oscar Moments of All Time (8 photos)

    Remember when host Seth MacFarlane sang about boobs? From Marie Claire

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  • Man who strangled mountain lion in self-defense tells his story

    Last week, news broke of a then-unidentified man who was forced to defend himself against a mountain lion when it attacked him on a recreational trail in Colorado. He's spent the time since the attack recovering from his injuries, and he's now come forward and identified himself as Travis Kauffman.Kauffman's tale of how he dispatched the feline predator with his bare hands is rather dramatic, and in a new video published by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife group he explains exactly how the dangerous scenario played out.It's a pretty incredible story, and as Kauffman tells it he did everything he could to avoid having to actually kill the big cat, which was later identified to be a juvenile. Despite lacking the power of a full-grown adult mountain lion, the animal still proved to be incredibly dangerous, leaving Kauffman with wounds that required a total of 28 stitches and significant time in the hospital.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BBrRRcrZCAKauffman says he yelled and waved to scare the creature off on the isolated trail but it refused to back down. The cat then attacked, clawing and biting at its would-be prey. He says he wrestled with the animal for some time before managing to pin it down and then strangle it by jamming his foot into its throat. The mountain lion had Kauffman's wrist in its jaws for the majority of the fight, only releasing its grip once it had suffocated.It's a remarkable story and we can all only hope that we'd have the presence of mind and physical dexterity to beat such a predator at its own game. Kauffman likely benefited from the fact that the animal was not a full-grown adult, and weighed roughly 80 pounds according to authorities.Full-grown male mountain lions can easily top 200 pounds, which would likely have made things a whole lot harder for Kauffman. He's obviously still healing from the attack, with visible wounds on his face and body, but he made it out with his life, which is about as much as anyone can ask.

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  • LeBron James, Dwyane Wade React to Colin Kaepernick's Settlement with NFL

    LeBron James and Dwyane Wade spoke on Colin Kaepernick's settlement with the NFL, showing their support for the quarterback during his extended-free agency.

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  • Year in space put US astronaut's disease defenses on alert

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly a year in space put astronaut Scott Kelly's immune system on high alert and changed the activity of some of his genes compared to his Earth-bound identical twin, researchers said Friday.

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  • Fox News' Sean Hannity Loses It Over 'Abusively-Biased Hate-Trump Media'

    Fox News' Sean Hannity dedicated several minutes of his show Friday night toranting about the "abusively biased hate-Trump media," who he also describedas "lazy" and "overpaid

  • Katy Perry Was Reportedly 'Shaking With Happiness' When Orlando Bloom Proposed

    “Orlando had planned this for a while...He wanted it all to be special.”

  • Nigerian Brothers Released from Custody with No Charges in Jussie Smollett Case, No Longer Suspects

    Abel and Ola Osundairo just got their freedom back after Chicago officials released them from custody in the Jussie Smollett investigation with no charges. The Chief Communications Officer from the Chicago PD tells The Blast, "Due to new evidence as a result of today's interrogations, the individuals questioned by police in the Empire case have […]The post Nigerian Brothers Released from Custody with No Charges in Jussie Smollett Case, No Longer Suspects appeared first on The Blast.

  • Chris Pratt and Fiancee Katherine Schwarzenegger Expand Their Farm Family With Baby Lamb

    The actor shared a sweet snap of his lady love with their Valentine's Day lamb named Cupid.

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  • Amazon places big bet on aspiring Tesla rival Rivian

    DETROIT/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc said on Friday it would lead a $700 million investment in U.S. electric pickup truck startup Rivian Automotive LLC, in the e-commerce giant's biggest bet on technologies with potential to reshape the automotive sector. The deal represents a major endorsement of Rivian's electric vehicle technology by the world's largest online retailer. Amazon is hoping Rivian will assist it in its development of delivery vehicles that will bolster its logistics network, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified discussing the confidential strategy.

  • Husband accidentally runs over and kills wife on Valentine's Day in Pennsylvania

    A husband is reeling from a tragic incident after police say he accidentally ran over his wife.

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  • Smartphones will get a lot more interesting next week

    This time next week, there will be dozens of new Android smartphones to choose from, and many of them will be unlike any other smartphone you've ever seen before. I'm talking about Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which kicks off on Feb. 25. It's the place where smartphone-makers come to show off new wares every year. But this year, there's an air of uncertainty and excitement surrounding the event. Global smartphone shipments have declined four quarters in a row, and for the first time in a while, smartphone makers are trying to do something truly new and different. It's not just one trend taking over the industry, like the screen notch, ushered by Apple's iPhone X in 2017. This year, giants like Samsung and Huawei are announcing foldable phones. The notch will generally give way to the hole-punch screen. Nearly all major manufacturers (with the probable exception of Apple) will launch 5G phones. And then there are the numerous other tech marvels which we'll also see from smaller manufacturers, like blockchain-friendly phones and phones with dual pop up cameras. Read more...More about Mobile World Congress, Mwc, Mwc2019, Mwc 2019, and Tech

  • 3 injured at 'Hamilton' after medical emergency sparks evacuation

    A performance of "Hamilton" ended with three injuries Friday after a medical scare forced the audience to "self-evacuated" in San Francisco.

  • Family of runaway schoolgirl who joined Isis beg Government to help bring her home

    The teen, from Bethnal Green, is very heavily pregnant.

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  • California may sue Trump over emergency wall declaration

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.

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    You don't have to move out, but a night off here and there can make a big difference.