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Uber Suspends Its Autonomous Vehicle Testing…

After an autonomous vehicle struck and killed a woman in Arizona, Uber says it's halting its self-driving vehicle tests.

Trump Again Floats Death Penalty For Drug Dealers

President Trump on Monday again floated the idea of death penalty for drug dealers.

Did Actor Jim Carrey Paint a ‘Monstrous’ Sarah…

The funny man has transitioned into a second career as a visual artist and he’s not just painting landscapes… is he getting political? Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.

'Black Panther' Holds The No. 1 Spot For The 5th…

"Black Panther" is now one of just four films in the last 20 years to top the box office for five weeks straight.

The Line Ep. 16: Recapping a Mad First Weekend of…

Todd Fuhrman is back to recap a wild first weekend of the NCAA Tournament including all the degenerate bets that were made in Vegas as well as what we can take from the results to make some money going forward.

Warren Buffett's $1 Million March Madness Bracket…

Warren Buffett's $1 Million March Madness Bracket Challenge Has Been Officially Busted

What Trump would have to do to fire Mueller

CNN's Chris Cillizza explains the steps that President Trump would need to take if he wanted to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.

Longtime Pastor Removed from Chicago Parish Over…

A longtime pastor has been removed from a Chicago church after three decades following reports of improper conduct.

Katy Perry SHADES Taylor Swift On American Idol!

Katy Perry has been making serious waves as a judge on the American Idol reboot. She kissed a contestant…fell and showed off her butt…and now she’s turning up the heat by throwing shade at her long time frenemy Taylor Swift. What do you think, was the subtle shade aimed at Taylor Swift? Let us know in the comments below!

Sports Animated: Untold Stories Drawn to Life

Sports Illustrated has taken stories that sports figures have never shared before and brought them to life through animation. On the field, off the field, and WAY out of bounds.

Black Panther Reigns Over the Box Office 5 Weeks…

Black Panther continues to dominate the box office, and is on pace to overtake The Avengers in North America.

These Women in 'Garbage City' Are Turning Trash…

Women from “Garbage City” are turning trash into rugs, bags, belts and more. They live in a section of Cairo, Egypt, and the poor inhabitants there have one of the most efficient recycling systems in the world. They recycle 90% of the 7,000 tons of garbage they receive from Cairo each day. “We use factory waste and recycle it. We use pieces of fabric from t-shirts and use it to make carpets, tablecloths, bathroom rungs, dinner sets, throw rigs, and multicolored items, we make all of this here.” Zainab Abdel Mawgood explained. More than 200 women are trained in weaving and papermaking to transform discarded fabric, tins, and cans into everyday objects, to sell and make money. The Association for the Protection of the Environment started this initiative on the 80s to help the people living in Garbage City, known as the Zabaleen. Its Head of Public Relations, Bekheit Metry stated, “We started thinking of projects that can generate income and from there move to education. In the late ‘80s and the early ‘90s, we brought in some looms in this building here and we started teaching how to make carpets from the shreds of fabric thrown away by factories.” The nonprofit also gives reading and writing classes to the women. Over the last 20 years, they’ve helped thousands of women and currently have 250 girls in recycling classes to work.

The Modern Presidential Legacy: Social Media…

Many former presidents wrote books to build their legacies — Obama might produce Netflix originals.

Trump: 'A Total WITCH HUNT With Massive Conflicts…

President Trump on Monday again went after Robert Mueller's investigation.

Blue Ivy, Like Any Kid, Bids $19,000 on Art

Blue Ivy went to her Grandma's charity event and like any normal kid, bid $19,000 on a piece of art. Keri Lumm reports.

Sports Animated: Jerome Bettis Tells Story of His…

In 2005, Pittsburgh Steelers teammates Jerome Bettis and Hines Ward started a bet over who could score more touchdowns. The contest came down to Super Bowl XL, during which "The Bus" found himself in a Catch-22.

Are Essential Oils Safe?

People use essential oils a variety of ways: as lotions, for hair care, aromatherapy, cleaning products and more. But are essential oils safe?

Navratilova: I earn 10x less than John McEnroe

Nine-time Wimbledon singles champion and tennis commentator, Martina Navratilova, says the BBC pays her 10 times less than fellow commentator John McEnroe for doing Wimbledon broadcasts. CNN's Christine Brennan reports.

Video Shows Man Installing Skimmer at Rite Aid…

The Financial Crimes Unit of the NYPD released surveillance footage Friday of two men going into a Rite Aid and installing a "skimming" device on a credit card machine.

Beyonce & Jay Z Let Blue Ivy Make RIDICULOUS Bid…

Beyonce and Jay-Z took their daughter to the Wearable Art Gala on Saturday night in LA at the Waco Theater Art gallery founded by Grandma Tina Knowles Lawson and husband Richard. Beyonce and Jay-Z let daughter Blue Ivy make a INSANE dollar bid in at the art auction, and we are bringing you all the crazy details! Would you let your child make a bid at an auction for you? Let us know in the comments below!

Report: Penny Hardaway Agrees to Be Memphis Coach

Former Memphis guard Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway has agreed to a deal to become the school's next head men's basketball coach, reports ESPN.com.

Trump hints at death penalty for drug dealers

President Donald Trump says it's time for tougher penalties for drug dealers, including the possibility of the death penalty.

Russian Voters Hand Putin A Broad New Mandate

Russia's election results show Putin's policies have a lot of support from Russian voters.

Growing Network Of Lakes Is An Ominous Sign For…

Researchers say a growing network of lakes could pose a risk to the Greenland ice sheet.

Fans of 'The Crown' Start Petition Urging Star…

Netflix has admitted to paying Matt Smith more for his role as Prince Phillip in The Crown, which means he made more than the Queen, Claire Foy. Now people have turned to an online petition to end the pay disparity. Keri Lumm reports.

Report: Tyronn Lue Stepping Away From Coaching…

Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue has taken a temporary leave of absence as head coach due to health issues, the team announced. Associate head coach Larry Drew will take over in Lue's absence.

Negotiators Agree on Brexit Date: This Is When…

Negotiators from the European Union and Britain on Monday hailed major progress in the Brexit talks, but conceded there had been no breakthrough on keeping open the Irish border.

Trump hires lawyer who pushed conspiracy theory

President Donald Trump has hired Joseph diGenova, who has alleged the President is being framed by a group of FBI and Justice Department officials, to join his personal legal team. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.

NYC Pub Hosts 'World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day…

The An Beal Bocht Cafe's St. Patrick's Day parade stretches a week 47 steps out one door and in the other and helps raise money to feed the homeless.