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Watch: Former NFL Star Stopped By Police While…

Former NFL star Ricky Williams was stopped, searched, and questioned in Texas.

Colima Volcano Has Dramatic New Eruption

A series of dramatic night-time eruptions of the Colima volcano continued on Thursday, January 19, the latest in a series that began on January 7, when ash and smoke led to the closure of a nearby airport.

'NCIS: Los Angeles' star Miguel Ferrer dies at 61

Miguel Ferrer, who brought a stern authority to his role on CBS' hit drama "NCIS: Los Angeles" and, before that, to "Crossing Jordan" as a regular cast member, has died

People are Anonymously Tweeting To Trump From…

A new site let's you anonymously tweet to @realDonaldTrump's account by texting or calling for free (929) 267-4959. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'Twin Peaks' Star Miguel…

Miguel Ferrer died Thursday of throat cancer.

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Delawareans welcome Biden home after decades in Washington

Joe Biden, who rode the rails between Delaware and Washington almost daily as a senator before becoming vice president, took final train ride home Friday to a welcoming crowd of Delawareans singing his praises

Are Europe's Security Measures Negatively…

An Amnesty International report says Europe's counterterrorism measures have disproportionately affected certain groups of people.

Science Explains Why We Don't Black Out While…

Scientists may have figured out why blinking doesn't 'plunge us into intermittent darkness and light.'

Did Selena Gomez Get Her HAIR Photoshopped in…

Is Selena Gomez the latest victim of Photoshop failure?! Please restore my faith in social media and say it isn’t so! But unfortunately it looks like it is so. Selena debuted a new haircut last week and gave us all the most hair envy ever. But now it looks like fans are calling out one minor, but still really awkward Photoshop fail in the photo. After close inspection, notice that the wall above Selena’s shoulder is totally warped. Ok, so let’s get to the bottom of this and answer the big question here: just what were they trying to accomplish? Well usually when a photo is obviously Photoshopped, it’s to make a celebrity’s waist smaller, legs thinner, you know. None of which body parts are obviously even in the photo. But you see, the Photoshop done here may be more innocent than we were originally led to believe because it seems whoever did this was trying to give Selena’s hair more volume. Future tip for Selena’s team and everyone else at home…hairspray literally does the same exact thing. What do you guys think! Is Photoshopping hair going too far?? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Grown-up Paris Jackson hits her namesake city for…

Colorful fall-winter menswear shows in Paris mixed high culture, androgyny and street-wear, as the daughter of the pop icon Michael Jackson, Paris, stepped out for the cameras at Givenchy's library show_ fittingly in the City of Light

Hudson Swafford shoots second 65, leads in rainy…

Hudson Swafford shot his second straight 7-under 65 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead in the CareerBuilder Challenge, finishing just as a storm hit the desert layouts

Company Investigating Strange Skittles Spill

A mysterious Skittles spill on a highway just got stranger.

Russell Westbrook reacts to not being an All-Star…

Russell Westbrook makes it clear that does not care about being snubbed as a starter in the NBA All-Star game, despite averaging a triple-double this season.

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Bogus doctor performed physicals at Philadelphia high school

Authorities are investigating how a woman with phony medical credentials ended up giving physicals last year at a Philadelphia public high school

Freeze-dried food and 1 bathroom: 6 simulate Mars…

Crammed into a dome with one bathroom, six scientists will spend eight months munching on mostly freeze-dried foods and have only their small sleeping quarters to retreat to for solace

Report: 'Net neutrality' foe Ajit Pai is new FCC head

President Donald Trump has reportedly picked a fierce critic of the Obama-era "net neutrality" rules as the head of the Federal Communications Commission, which regulates the nation's airwaves and internet connections

Montana asbestos victims to get $25 million from state

The state of Montana has reached a $25 million settlement with more than 1,000 victims of asbestos-related disease over claims that health officials failed to bring attention to the hazards of a contaminated mine

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Cleveland Submits New Police Crisis Intervention Policy

A new crisis policy for Cleveland police will allow officers with specialized training to refer some people having a mental health or substance abuse crisis to hospitals and treatment facilities.