During a Wednesday speech at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, former Vice President Joe Biden gave an abundantly clear definition of sexual assault.
The Crossover's Rohan Nadkarni plays Pop-A-Shot with rapper Master P, as they discuss his past NBA career, a future in coaching, gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated, and his latest ventures into movies.
Family man, veteran firefighter and beloved band mate William Tolley was laid to rest Thursday, as hundreds gathered to honor him at a funeral on Long Island.
Kylie Jenner and her new boyfriend Travis Scott went on a shopping spree, and had the store all to themselves. Also, Ariana Grande was turning heads with her Coachella outfit. Plus, Justin Bieber's new song promises to be FIRE. All this in today's episode of the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
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Mets ace Noah Syndergaard was scratched from his scheduled start against the Braves on Thursday afternoon with biceps tendinitis, joining a group of injured teammates that has grown to a troubling size in recent weeks.
While President Trump is not attending this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, he has a history of being the butt of jokes at the annual event where journalists, politicians and celebrities typically gather together for a night of levity.
An old clip of the ladies from Nickelodeon's 'Victorious' surfaced online, and it seemed like the star of the show, Victoria Justice, was feeling a little left out of the conversation as Ariana Grande was getting most of the attention. Now, the clip has become a petty meme. Was Victoria really shading Ariana?
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University of California, San Diego engineers say that, based on their recent research, bricks may prove to be a stable and surprisingly fuss-free option for building a shelter on Mars.