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T.J. Miller Is Leaving ‘Silicon Valley’ After Four Seasons

[ad_1] HBO has renewed “Veep” and “Silicon Valley,” but the latter will lose one of its key stars. T.J. Miller, who plays incubator chief Erlich Bachman, isn’t returning after the ...

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House Republicans Don’t Regret Passing Their Health Care Bill

[ad_1] WASHINGTON ― House Republicans have finally seen an updated Congressional Budget Office score for the American Health Care Act, and while the legislation reportedly would be disastrous ― 23 ...

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J.K. Rowling Calls Trump A ‘Tiny, Little Man’ After He Shoves A PM

[ad_1] President Donald Trump attended the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday, where he was filmed making a gesture that looks like he is pushing aside Montenegro’s Prime Minister Dusko ...

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Gay Dad Plans To Sue United Airlines After Being Accused Of Molesting Son On Flight

[ad_1] A North Carolina man is “devastated” after he says a United Airlines flight attendant accused him of inappropriately touching his son’s genitals.  Henry Amador-Batten said he and his 5-year-old ...

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Rihanna Gives Powerful Message To Youth: ‘You Should Be Celebrated’

[ad_1] “I don’t think you get celebrated enough.” This was Rihanna’s message to young people during her speech at the 69th annual Parsons School of Design benefit on Monday night. ...

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How To Keep Your Food Safe At Your Weekend Cookout

[ad_1] There’s a reason people in the food service industry are trained and tested on safe kitchen practices. Food safety is no joke, and the risk of dangerous foodborne bacteria ...

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Worried That Grilling Will Give You Cancer? Here Are Some Safeguards You Can Take

[ad_1] With most of the country ready to fire up their grills for Memorial Day, you might be worrying about all those cancer claims surrounding grilled foods. Before we partake in ...

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French Open 2017 men’s form guide: the players to watch at Roland Garros | Jacob Steinberg | Sport

[ad_1] Top five 1) Andy Murray Murray arrives in Paris badly out of form and with his hopes of winning his first title at Roland Garros looking slimmer than ever ...

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Nasa’s Juno probe captures dramatic first close-up images of Jupiter | Science

[ad_1] The first close-up observations from Nasa’s Juno spacecraft have captured towering clouds, swirling cyclones and dramatic flows of ammonia that drive giant weather systems on the largest planet in ...

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The weirdest musical TV cameos: from Bob Dylan to the Purple One | Television & radio

[ad_1] Musical cameos in TV shows are always, well, a bit weird. They can either feed into the story and make total sense – like Lera Lynn singing parts of ...

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