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Another Country Music Power Couple Calls It Quits

Grammy-winning singer Kacey Musgraves and her musician-husband, Ruston Kelly, have filed for divorce.

Cancel Culture Has Come For John Wayne

One of America's most iconic faces is under fire again, and a monument to The Duke might come down.

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Supreme Court Deals Major Blow To Conservatives…

Chief Justice John Roberts has once again defied Republicans with another shocking decision.

'Doomsday' Mom Lori Vallow Faces Horrifying New…

Monday brought two new developments in the case of Lori Vallow's dead children.

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Trump Sends Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect…

DHS is sending rapid deployment teams to federal monuments over the Fourth of July weekend in case protesters try to take them down.

Hollywood Superstar Getting Divorced After Police…

This celebrity divorce does not sound like it's an amicable one.

Obama Issues Dire Warning To Americans

Barack Obama posted a tweet ahead of this year's July 4 celebrations.

Trump: Biden Is 'Going to Be Your President'

Looks like President Trump is hearing about the latest polls, but is he using reverse psychology on his voters?

Southern State Hits COVID-19 Record For July 4

The beaches where summer travelers usually flock have created a different kind of fireworks in America.

Now Sober, Ryan Adams Is Sorry

Ryan Adams is apparently done with his stint in whiskey town and trying to make amends. The newly sober singer is apologizing for his "harmful behavior" toward several women—including ex-wife Mandy Moore—who accused him last year of emotional abuse and sexual misconduct, reports BuzzFeed . "No amount of growth...

West Ham twice squanders lead, draws 2-2 at…

West Ham twice squandered a lead against Newcastle and had to settle for a 2-2 draw that moved the team four points clear of the Premier League’s relegation zone

Saturn's Hexagon Remains A Cosmic Mystery

Saturn's hexagon remains a cosmic mystery.

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This Day in History: American Colonies Declare…

This Day in History: American Colonies Declare Independence July 4, 1776 The Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia during the first Continental Congress. 12 colonies would ratify the Declaration on this day. New York would ratify on the twelfth. Written by Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration was essentially a list of colonist grievances with the British. Jefferson's ideas about equality were borrowed largely from European philosophers, including John Locke. The famous words, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal ..." would alter the course of human history. The United States would become an independent nation with the defeat of the British and signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783.

Yankees' First Team Workout Is a Disaster

The Yankees made their official return to the field Saturday for the first team workout since the pandemic ended spring training. New York got off to a painful start. Pitching in a simulated game, Masahiro Tanaka was struck in the head by a line drive hit by slugger Giancarlo Stanton....

EU Diplomat: 'If We Get A Second Trump Term…

CNN reports the cozy relationship the US has enjoyed with Europe for the past seventy years is being reconsidered on both sides of the Atlantic. Earlier this week, the EU declined to include the US in its list of 'safe countries.' Americans will be unwelcome inside the bloc for the foreseeable future, due to the eyewatering US coronavirus infection numbers. Sure to irk the Trump administration, the list does include China -- the country where the virus originated -- on the condition of reciprocal arrangements. Velina Tchakarova is from the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy. She says that President Donald Trump is undermining EU efforts to strengthen their autonomy in matters of security and defense. He's doing it, Tchakarova says, through his attacks on the European NATO members, and economic and trade measures. The problem is, officials in DC...have hung on as long as they can but if we get a second Trump term, then we are in real trouble. Velina Tchakarova Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy

U.S. Sees Coronavirus Cases Surge As Holiday…

On Friday, the U.S. saw more than 57,000 new coronavirus cases nationwide as Florida reported a record increase of more than 11,000 new cases.

Showers, storms to pester Southeast this week

The unsettled pattern will continue across the southeastern U.S. this week as each afternoon brings the chance for showers and drenching thunderstorms.

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There's Apparently a New Kid in the 2020 Race

Kanye West's presidential ambitions appear to have been reborn on the Fourth of July, reports Reuters , with the rapper tweeting thusly : “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States,” West wrote,...

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McDonald's Halts Reopening Plans In The US

As coronavirus cases continue to surge throughout the US, McDonald's has decided to pause reopening plans.

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Flags Burn on the Fourth of July

Not everyone was barbecuing and having a beer this Fourth of July. Some Americans hit the streets for sit-ins and marches in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, New York, and over a dozen other towns and cities to protest police brutality and shine a light on what they consider a one-sided...