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Boston 'Free Speech Rally' Ends Early, Thousands…

The rally was declared "officially over" after just 90 minutes, but the counterprotest continued into the day.

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Astronauts Describe Sensations Of Outer Space

Many places have very distinctive smells, and space is no exception.

'Star Wars' Continues Resurgence With Possible…

Disney and Lucasfilm are reportedly working on a stand-alone movie about the Jedi Master.

MLB Umpires Wear White Armband to Protest…

The World Umpires Association announced Saturday that all umpires would wear a white armband to protest "escalating verbal attacks."

New York Doctor Launches Monthly Subscription…

A New York doctor is offering a subscription service, known as direct primary care, including unlimited visits for a flat monthly fee and patients can text and call any time.

Why tech still can't save kids in hot cars

In spite of recent innovations, this one's still on you.

Zendaya UNDRESSES for Bruno Mars, Kylie Jenner…

'Life of Kylie' is a ratings mess, and Kylie Jenner is placing all of the blame on her mom Kris. Also, Zendaya gets hot and sexy in Bruno Mars' latest music video. Plus, Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have a hilarious time in Los Angeles. Catch up what you missed with our Moments of the Week!

Justin Britt Shows Support for Michael Bennett…

Justin Britt, center for the Seattle Seahawks, showed his support for teammate Michael Bennett during his national anthem protest on Friday night.

Civilians Flee Tal Afar as Iraqi Military Moves…

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi announced on August 19 the launch of an operation to retake the city of Tal Afar, a city west of Mosul and one of Islamic State militants’ few remaining strongholds in the country.Video from Rudaw, the Kurdish news organization, shows military movements near the city on August 20, as military police and Shia militias reported their operations getting underway.According to Arab 24, civilians were fleeing the city ahead of the offensive. Tal Afar, a traditionally Sunni Turkmen city, had a a population of about 200,000 people before the war, according to reports. The city was captured in 2014 by IS forces. Credit: Facebook/Rudaw via Storyful

Some Worry Trump's Charlottesville Comments Could…

Two key players in the administration's tax reform effort are facing calls to resign in protest.

Trump Tweets: Bannon Will Be A 'Smart New Voice…

President Trump tweeted on Saturday that Steve Bannon will be a "smart new voice" at Breitbart News.

The Unofficial Solar Eclipse Theme Song Has An…

Bonnie Tyler will be singing her classic "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on a cruise ship the very moment of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

Chris Simms Says He Was Paid by Boosters at Texas

As a guest on the Dan Patrick Show, former University of Texas quarterback Chris Simms spoke about receiving cash from boosters while at school.

99-Year-Old Woman Forced Out of Home After…

A 99-year-old Bronx woman was forced from her bed early Friday morning after an arsonist lit her bushes on fire.

Samsung Note 8 will try to win back burned Note 7…

The Galaxy Note 8 will be revealed on August 23. CNET section editor Jessica Dolcourt explains what Samsung needs to do to win back trust after the Note 7 saga.

Fifth Harmony SICK of Camila, Kylie Jenner Gives…

Fifth Harmony is officially done with all the Camila Cabello questions, and they're letting us know it. Also, Kylie Jenner is done with wearing wigs. But wait...is Perrie Edwards done with Little Mix? Find out in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!

Celtics to Retire Paul Pierce's Number Next Season

The Boston Celtics have announced that they will retire Paul Pierce's number on February 11th at the TD Garden.

Spanish police hunting one man over Barcelona…

Spanish police say they have dismantled the cell behind the Barcelona attacks, and are now searching for one man - Moroccan born 22-year-old Jounis Abouyaaqoub. David Doyle reports.

National Parks Ditch An Obama-Era Plastic 'Water…

The so-called ban was an effort to reduce plastic waste. The Trump administration says visitors should decide how to stay hydrated.

Bannon Declares Trump Presidency 'We Fought For…

Recently departed White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has declared, “The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over.”

Cubs place LHP Jon Lester on 10-day disabled list

The Cubs are putting pitcher Jon Lester on the disabled list with a shoulder issue, manager Joe Maddon announced Friday, but that injury isn’t considered serious.

New York Man Stabbed to Death While Walking With…

A man was stabbed to death in front of his wife while they were walking just a block away from their home, police said.

3 ways to reuse your old tablet

Do you have an old tablet lying around your house? Repurpose it as a remote, a second screen or a digital photo frame.

Chrissy Teigen Admits to Instagram Body Jealousy…

No one would have thought that Chrissy Teigen, who is always so quick and confident when dealing with her online haters, could be so insecure at times with her body issues. The model and Lip Sync Battle co-star shared her social media insecurities at BeautyCon. How does this make you feel about Chrissy? Let us know in the comments below.

FC Barcelona Can Offer Healing to City Recovering…

FC Barcelona’s motto translates to “more than a club.” After Thursday’s terrorist attack, the city will rely on the team to be just that.

Thousands March in Hong Kong Against Sentencing…

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday, August 20, to rally against the recent sentencing of three activists who were part of the “Umbrella Movement”.Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow were each sentenced to several months in prison, for their roles in the prolific pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, against an ever-tightening political grip by China. Credit: Aaron Mc Nicholas via Storyful