• Kate Gosselin's Tough Decision: Why Her Son Is Away Getting Help

    Kate Gosselin and her kids open up about how finding reality TV fame more than 10 years ago changed their lives forever. Subscribe now for an inside look at how they’ve overcome setbacks and remain hopeful for the future, only in PEOPLE!

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  • A C-SPAN caller asked a black guest how to stop being prejudiced. Here’s how she responded.

    A white man from North Carolina called into C-SPAN’s Washington Journal on Sunday seeking advice from the show’s African American guest. He told her he feared black people and wondered how he might change that. Heather McGhee, the president of Demos, a progressive public policy organization that advocates for equality, was visibly moved as she absorbed the caller’s question. In a video that’s now been viewed more than 1 million times on Demos’s Facebook page, McGhee is seen nodding her head slowly up and down as the man spoke: I was hoping your guest could help me change my mind about some things. I’m a white male, and I am prejudiced. And the reason it is is something I wasn’t taught but it’s

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  • Ask Amy: Wife deals with affair, household’s debt

    Dear Amy: I discovered my husband of 23 years is having an emotional affair with a younger co-worker whom he supervises (The affair is supposedly over). This woman has also met me. He has known her for 10 years and recruited her to work in his office. He has told me she reminds him of me. He has said the relationship was not physical. She is also married with very young children. We have two kids, one in college and one in 10th grade. We have crushing debt and sadly live paycheck to paycheck. There is not enough cash for him to move out. We have no savings, and no real college fund. I would like for us to work on our marriage and at least stay together until the youngest graduates, at which time

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  • Heartbreaking New Details About the Death of the 2-Year-Old Disney Alligator Victim

    A report released Monday by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reveals heartbreaking new details in the devastating death of Lane Graves, the 2-year-old boy who was fatally attacked by an alligator at Disney’s Grand Floridian in Orlando, Florida, earlier this year. According to the report, Lane Graves was building sand castles by the water when he waded into the shallow end to refill his bucket. Matt Graves, the boy’s father, attempted to try and pry open the alligator’s jaws by putting his hands inside of its mouth and grabbing its teeth, but this only caused the animal to fight back harder before pulling loose and dragging the 2-year-old into deeper water.

  • Ex-NFL receiver rips Tim Tebow, says he's the worst QB he's ever played with

    It's a good thing Tim Tebow has decided to move on to a baseball career, because apparently, he had no future in football. If you didn't come to that conclusion on your own after watching him play in the NFL for three years, maybe David Anderson can help you. The former NFL wide receiver says that Tebow is the worst pro quarterback that he's ever seen, which is saying a lot coming from Anderson, because the receiver played with the likes of Rex Grossman, John Beck, Matt Schaub, T.J. Yates, Jake Delhomme, Matt Leinart, Sage Rosenfels, and David Carr during his six year career (2006-11 in Houston, 2011 in Washington). Anderson only spent 35 days as Tebow's teammate, but it was enough for him to

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  • 9 Divorcées Confess Exactly What Ruined Their Marriages

    “About six years into my marriage, I found out my husband was cheating on me when I walked in on him with one of our neighbors. We had been married for a good chunk of time, but I had no choice but to file for divorce that same week. It wasn’t something I could forgive and forget. It was painful to say goodbye and start life over, but sometimes that’s just how life and love is. You think you know someone and that you’ll stay with them no matter what, but that’s not realistic. People break your heart no matter how many times they promise they won’t.” —Trisha A., 32

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  • Courteney Cox Regrets Getting Plastic Surgery — See Her Before and After Pics!

    Courteney Cox has had her fair share of plastic surgery over the years — but the Friends alum realized maybe that wasn’t the best decision. During her appearance on Running Wild With Bear Grylls, the 52-year-old explained how she regrets her decision to go under the knife. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) “Getting older is not the easiest thing. But I have learned lessons. I was trying to keep up with getting older and trying to chase that. It's something you can't keep up with,” she said. “Sometimes you find yourself trying and then you look at a picture of yourself and you go, ‘oh God, I look horrible.’" The Cougar Town star added, “I have done things that I regret and luckily there are things

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  • I Changed My Diet and Reversed My Autoimmune Disease

    When I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition at 16, it meant little more to me than taking a small dose of synthetic thyroid hormone each morning. It was an alarming turn of events that lead to my diagnosis: Practically overnight, I became excessively fatigued and cloudy-headed, with debilitating menstrual irregularities and a host of bizarre symptoms. I was a competitive horseback rider enrolled in prep school at the time — with a rigorous academic schedule and an exhausting training regimen to adhere to. When I became so exhausted that I lacked the energy to maintain my lifestyle, my parents took me an endocrinologist, and the rest is history. Because of this, I had (rather skeptically)

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  • Interstellar probes will be eroded on the way to Alpha Centauri

    When you’re travelling at one-fifth the speed of light, even a small collision can hurt. Now we know exactly how much. A team working on a project to send tiny spacecraft to the stars have calculated the damage that hitting just a speck of dust could do. Breakthrough Starshot is an ambitious plan to launch probes weighing little more than a few grams at interstellar speeds using lasers. The goal is to reach the Alpha Centauri star system in just 20 years, and hopefully send back pictures of any planets that might be lurking there. Unconfirmed reports from German newspaper Der Spiegel suggest the discovery of one such world around the star Proxima Centauri is due to be announced later this month.

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  • Candyman III: Day of the Dead

    The Candyman returns intent on making his descendent join him forever. After he frames her for the murders of her friends, she has nowhere else to turn.

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  • The Senator’s Daughter Who Raised Prices on Anti-Allergy EpiPen

    Members of Congress are in an unusual position as they demand an explanation for Mylan NV’s 400 percent price hike for the EpiPen and focus attention squarely on its CEO: Heather Bresch. If lawmakers follow the usual script, Bresch could get called up to Capitol Hill next month to explain her company’s justification for raising the price on the life-saving allergy shot. But that could be awkward, since she’s the daughter of Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia.  While Bresch’s family ties may mute the ire of some lawmakers, others are already asking the company about taxpayers having to foot the bill for these price increases -- particularly after Bresch and the company successfully

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  • Op-Ed: Here's where Hillary Clinton easily beats Donald Trump

    One candidate is a survivor who has outwitted and outlasted numerous scandals. The other is like a reality-TV rapper. Which "brand" has more appeal for voters?

  • The Federal Government Is Trying To Grab 140 Square Miles Of Private Land In Texas

    The federal government is trying to take as much as 140 square miles of deeded land in Texas from ranchers who’ve owned and have paid taxes on the property for generations. This is occurring in north Texas, along Red River on the Texas-Oklahoma border. What made the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) make this claim is unclear (as this is being fought in court, the BLM isn’t answering questions), but the ramifications make last year’s occupation of BLM buildings in Oregon’s Malheur Wildlife Refuge seem like a Boy Scout jamboree. This fight has been going on for a number of years now in the courts. Seven families are behind the lawsuit trying to stop the BLM from taking their deeded property. Texas

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  • Oh No You Don't! Farrah Abraham Bought Her Own 14-Carat Engagement Ring for Ex-Boyfriend

    Farrah Abraham was left with a hefty price tag. On Monday's season premiere of Teen Mom OG, the reality star revealed that she had purchased her own engagement ring after her on-again off-again boyfriend Simon Saran encouraged her to do it. During the first part of the two-hour premiere, Abraham admitted to her mother Debra Danielson that she had bought a 14-carat diamond engagement ring for herself that Saran "had organized" – but has yet to propose or pay for.

  • Olympian Laurie Hernandez got a message from her celeb crush, you probably know of him

    Sadly the 2016 Rio Olympics are over, and we’re experiencing some major sports withdrawals. We’re especially missing the Final Five (in case you…

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  • Jeremy Vuolo's not-so-holy past might mean he's a great fit for Jinger

    In case you've somehow managed to escape the magnetic pull of the internet until now, here's a brief Duggar update: Jinger is engaged to Jeremy Vuolo. On Tuesday's season premiere of Counting On, we saw Jeremy earnestly ask Jim Bob if he could court her while Jim Bob ate a chocolate muffin — a far more genuine and interesting conversation than the one we saw when Ben asked to court Jessa. Jinger announced that she wanted to fast-track their engagement and that she was definitely into having a ton of kids. In short, things are as you'd expect in Duggar Land. Except not totally. We also learned on Tuesday that Jeremy had quite the rowdy past before he became acquainted with Jesus. He used to play

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  • What You Should Wear On a First Date, According to Your Sign (26 photos)

    Summer is the season of meeting new people. A few glasses of wine here, a few swipes right there, and you've got yourself lined up on several dates. Great! Now, the most pressing question: what to wear? Here, the AstroTwins take the guesswork out of nailing your perfect first date wardrobe by taking cues from your zodiac sign. From ELLE

  • John Krasinski Could've Been Captain America, Then Chris Hemsworth's Muscles Happened

    When The Office guy-next-door John Krasinski packed on 25 pounds of muscle to play a Navy SEAL in 13 Hours, he made everyone's jaws drop: That's a body that looks like it could belong to a superhero―and it almost did. Last night on Conan the actor revealed he did a screen test for Captain America, the character now played by Chris Evans. The self-proclaimed Marvel fan said it was a "big deal" and even got to wear the famous suit and shoot on a set. The one thing that deterred him? Seeing Chris Hemsworth a.k.a. Thor's body.

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  • Small Colorado Community In Shock Over Arrest of Sheriff

    Sedgwick County Sheriff Tom Hanna was arrested Tuesday and taken into the Logan County Detention Center.

  • Rapid Fire: NFL Predictions

    Will RG3 outperform Kirk Cousins this season? Can Cam Newton repeat as MVP? Bill Reiter joins Matthew Coca to answer some of the pressing questions around the NFL.

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  • The biggest reason you gain weight as you age has nothing to do with your metabolism

    You've probably heard that once you hit 40, it's all downhill when it comes to your weight. That inexplicable force we call our metabolism does begin to grind a bit slower every year from age 30 onward. Here's the good news: The rate at which your metabolism slows down is actually rather minimal. In reality, most weight gain that happens in midlife isn't the result of a slower metabolism at all. Instead, it comes down to a simple but changeable truth: As we get older, we get less and less active. While this might sound depressing, it's actually great news. There's plenty we can do to counteract the slow, seemingly inevitable onset of poundage. But first, here are some basics about what metabolism

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  • 2 sought in kidnapping 3 children whose mother's body was found in Gorman

    A man and woman are being sought in the kidnapping of three children whose mother's body was found in Gorman, authorities said.

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