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The U.S. said it strongly condemns North Korea’s “dangerous and reckless decision” to launch what it described as a “long-range ballistic missile” over Japan.
A prosecutor plans to present DNA evidence linking a man accused of killing 22 elderly women in the Dallas area and stealing jewelry to one of the deaths.
The Anti-Defamation League categorizes the phrase as a hate slogan.
"The Late Late Show" host rolled out the rollicking highlights of Watts doing battle on the game show.
"The Daily Show" hit The Right Stuff with a scathing, R-rated parody ad.
The 82-year-old former Beatle had already been forced to scrap several shows.
“If he wasn’t so horrible, I’d feel sorry for him,” Kimmel said.
Sen. Rick Scott explained Trump's racist attack on Elaine Chao by saying "the president likes to give people nicknames."
The former "Full House" co-stars took advantage of a social media trend to reunite.
"They say the Simpsons always predict the future – and once again, they nailed it," the Pennsylvania Senate candidate wrote on Twitter.
The longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member remains in good standing with the series despite concerns after the Season 48 premiere episode.
“The Great British Bake Off” judge explained to HuffPost why she wrote about the “traumatic experience” in her new memoir.

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