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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Judge in Hawaii extends order blocking Trump's travel ban; Senate hearing to focus on Russian disinformation tactics; North Carolina reaches tentative agreement to end 'bathroom bill'

Ivanka Trump To Become Official Government…

After ethics critics questioned her West Wing office and security clearance, Ivanka Trump will formally become a federal employee.

College Students Regret Most of Their Spring…

A new survey by ProjectKnow shows college students regret a lot of their spring break behavior. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

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Amazon Bets On 'Moonlight' Director For Its New…

Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins will be behind the camera for an upcoming Amazon TV series based on a famous book.

LOL! Watch Gigi Hadid STRUGGLE to Hold a Plank

Gigi Hadid has mastered the catwalk, the sultry stare, and the effortless model pose. Oh yea, she woke up like that. Good thing though guys! There’s one thing that Gigi Hadid has NOT mastered. Like many of us, Gigi can’t hold a plank. Not gonna lie, I love this girl even more after watching this video. Reebok had the brilliant idea of making their ambassador hold a plank WHILE answering some personal questions. the results are hilarious. Now, you’d think looking at Gigi’s abs that she’d be a PRO at the plank, the exercise that’s literally known for sculpting the body. But nope, Gigi’s struggle is REAL as she tried to hold on to the pose who answering questions from her trainer Rob Piela. Right off the bat, Gigi had a tough time with the move. So clearly, Gigi likes boxing a little more than she likes planking. So the supermodel goes on to answer more riveting questions while holding this plank and reveals actually some great advice. That’s great and all, but you’ve got to see Gigi’s face when she’s clearly had enough of this cruel game Reebok made her play. About a minute in, she’s done, but her trainer won’t let up.

March Madness Is Here!

Catch all of the hottest college basketball games, LIVE, during this year’s big tournament. Now through April 3rd you can catch all the tournament action right here, anytime, anywhere!

'Happy Endings' star Adam Pally arrested on drug…

Actor Adam Pally has been arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana in New York

Soccer weekend: What to watch in Europe's main…

Here's the pick of the soccer in Europe this weekend

Agreement to repeal North Carolina's HB2 made…

North Carolina governor Roy Cooper and state lawmakers have reached a deal to repeal House Bill 2.

City, CEDC sued over Rolling Mill

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THE ART CHAKRA: A woman among them

Poll: Americans dislike GOP's, Trump's plan on…

President Donald Trump and House Republicans say they're still looking to revive their shattered health care overhaul effort

Federal agency refuses to ban pesticide used on crops

The Environmental Protection Agency has rejected a bid by environmental groups to ban a common pesticide used on citrus fruits, apples, cherries and other crops

Samsung's Galaxy S8 phone aims to dispel the Note…

Samsung is launching its first major smartphone since the embarrassing recall of its fire-prone Note 7, and it seems to be playing it safe

Gruden excited Cousins is back, can help teach…

Speaking at the NFL owners meetings, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said he was eager to have Kirk Cousins back. His experience in the system could make him as asset teaching newer players, too.

Despite win, Johansson sees room for improvement

The Caps beat the Colorado Avalanche, but the game was far from pretty. Marcus Johansson recognized the team needs to play with more energy and be less sloppy going forward.

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For Ivanka Trump, rising profile comes with…

After weeks of resisting a formal role in her father's White House, Ivanka Trump says she'll become a federal employee, although she won't be paid

Agreement to end 'bathroom bill' but are there…

Republican legislative leaders in North Carolina and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper say they have an agreement to end the state's so-called "bathroom bill" that they hope removes any obstacles to expanding businesses and attracting sporting events

Why the bottom lines were the key to the Caps' win

Barry Trotz was pleased with how the bottom two lines played on Wednesday and believed the Caps were able to stabilize the game because of their effort.