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The Big Bang Theory Originally Rejected Kaley Cuoco Because She Was Too Young
Plugged in The Big Bang Theory fans know the tales of the original pilot. Things were different. Penny wasn't there, but Katie, played by Amanda Walsh, was. Turns out Kaley Cuoco, who went on...
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90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Season 4 Trailer Is Full of Fights, Babies and Pissed Off Families
90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Season 4If you thought the drama ended for Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos Lima when 90 Day Fiancé season six wrapped--think again. The controversial couple is back in front of the cameras for 90...
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The bread crumb papers: Why Cohen document dump should worry Donald Trump and others

The bread crumb papers: Why Cohen document dump should worry Donald Trump and othersRedactions can be used to avoid alerting a defendant before he's charged or tipping off suspects in a pending investigation. Who might that apply to?


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Everything We Know About Stranger Things Season 3: The Fashion, the Monsters, the New Love?
Stranger Things season three--or Stranger Things 3 if you will--dropped its first trailer featuring everything you love about the show: 1980s fashions, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) using her...
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Fox News contributor called ‘complete moron’ for falsely saying US was first to end slavery

Fox News contributor called ‘complete moron’ for falsely saying US was first to end slaveryFox News contributor Katie Pavlich attempted to counter Senator Elizabeth Warren’s call to discuss the injustices of slavery, and its lasting systemic impact on generations of African-Americans, by claiming that the United States does not get “enough credit” for ending slavery. While discussing reparations to descendents of enslaved people on Fox News’ "Outnumbered" on Tuesday, Ms Pavlich claimed that the US was the first country to abolish slavery. “They keep blaming America for the sin of slavery but the truth is, throughout human history, slavery existed, and America came along as the first country to end it within 150 years,” she said.


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Danish MP told her baby not welcome in parliament

Danish MP told her baby not welcome in parliamentA Danish MP said on Tuesday she was ordered to remove her infant daughter from parliament's chamber, sparking surprise in a country often hailed as a pioneer in women's rights. "You are not welcome with your baby in the parliament's chamber," speaker Pia Kjaersgaard, an outspoken former leader of the far-right Danish People's Party, allegedly told MP Mette Abildgaard. "I didn't ask for permission to bring her since I had previously seen another colleague bring a child into the chamber without any problems," Ms Abildgaard, whose Conservative party is part of the ruling centre-right coalition, wrote on Facebook. Ms Abildgaard, who is in her 30s, said she found herself in an exceptional situation with her five-month-old daughter, and had never brought her into the chamber before. But she said the infant was "in a good mood and had a pacifier in her mouth." Mette Abildgaard responded to the incident on Facebook Ms Kjaersgaard passed the message to an assistant, who then asked Ms Abildgaard to remove the baby from the room. Ms Abildgaard handed the child to an assistant and returned to the chamber to vote. "MPs should be in the chamber, not babies or children," insisted Ms Kjaersgaard when questioned by news agency Ritzau. She said clear rules would be issued on the subject. The Scandinavian country is often held up as a champion of gender equality and women's rights, and as a child and family-centred nation with generous parental leave. Ms Abildgaard noted that she was entitled to a year's maternity leave with full pay, but that she had chosen to return to work. Her Facebook post garnered more than 600 comments within the space of a few hours. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds her baby after speaking at the UN General Assembly Credit: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri "A chamber that represents mothers, fathers and babies ought to be open to mothers, fathers and babies," one person wrote. In 2016, an Icelandic lawmaker made headlines after breastfeeding her infant while speaking at the podium in parliament. And in September, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became a symbol for working mothers when she brought her baby to the UN General Assembly in New York.


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This Is Us’ Most Ridiculous Decision Was Making Randall Take This City Councilman Job
We love you, This Is Us and Randall Pearson, but this is ridiculous. Randall (Sterling K. Brown) has officially started his job as city councilman in Philadelphia, a city in which he...
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`Concerning` Photo of Student with Gun Outside High School Prompts Investigation
An image of a Glen Allen High School student holding what appeared to be a gun outside the school has alarmed parents and students.
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Meet the Perfectionists of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists
Got a secret and we're not keeping it any longer. Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists premieres on Wednesday with Alison (Sasha Pieterse) starting a new job as a TA at a...
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J&J and Sientra get FDA warning letters over breast implants

J&J and Sientra get FDA warning letters over breast implantsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to Sientra Inc and a Johnson & Johnson unit for failing to comply with the post-approval study requirements for their breast implants. Last month, the FDA issued a statement warning doctors about a type of lymphoma linked to breast implants after receiving reports of the disease. The agency's letters, dated March 18, highlighted issues in the companies' post-approval studies, which included evaluating the long-term performance and safety of the implants, used for breast augmentation and reconstruction procedures.


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