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Kim Kardashian, who built a business empire as a reality television star, filed for divorce Friday from her husband of nearly seven years, the rapper Kanye West, appearing to end one of the entertainment world’s most famed unions.

The divorce petition was filed at the downtown offices of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, with Kardashian represented by prominent divorce attorney Laura Wasser.

The development wasn’t a surprise to reality TV fans, as the pair had been living apart, NB

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The mystery behind tennis star Naomi Osaka’s bizarre post-match message scribbled on a television lens following her stunning Australian Open semi-final win has been explained.

The Japanese women’s world number three, 23, is in her second Melbourne grand slam final in three years after dominating childhood idol and US superstar Serena Williams in straight sets on Thursday.

Osaka sent tennis viewers around the world into meltdown with a peculiar message aimed

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2fed593b-b606-4c80-b2d5-72beaadf7079-USATSI_13014761.jpg?width=660&height=440&fit=crop&format=pjpg&auto=webp Tim Tebow has announced his retirement from baseball. Gregory Fisher, USA TODAY Sports

During spring training in 2020, when asked about his goal of making it to the majors, Tim Tebow responded with this:


“It’d be a lie if I said that wouldn’t be super cool. Of course that would be special. But I wouldn’t say it would be a success or failure if that did or didn’t happen.”

Tebow referred to parts of his life as “seasons.” In that moment, he said, baseball was an important part of

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141487_w_760_507.jpg Lecrae with students and families from Peace Preparatory Academy at an Atlanta Hawks game. | Jackieoandco

When people think of Lecrae, the image that often comes to mind is one of a Grammy Award-winning rapper, but it’s his work outside of music that’s quietly making the greatest impact on people’s lives.

His vast community service work is helping several families come out of poverty and avoid the cycle that befalls so many who are living in impoverished communities across the U.S.

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In this Aug. 22, 1964 photograph, Fannie Lou Hamer, a leader of the Freedom Democratic party, speaks before the credentials committee of the Democratic national convention in Atlantic City, in efforts to win accreditation for the largely African American group as Mississippi’s delegation to the convention, instead of the all-white state delegation. Miss., honoring her. AP Photo

Sandra Lindsay sat calmly as the needle pierced her flesh.


She gazed straight ahead at the swarm of journal

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With former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial starting today, Senate Democrats are focused on trying to tie a direct line between Trump’s rhetoric and the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by his supporters.

An ABC News investigation into the nearly 200 accused rioters facing federal charges for their alleged involvement at the Capitol — based on court filings, military records, interviews, and available news reports– found that at least fifteen individuals who storm

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At least 17 Capitol Police officers are being investigated in relation to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, when a violent mob disrupted the certification of Joe Biden’s Electoral College win. Those investigations are being undertaken by the department’s own Office of Professional Responsibility, where it is not certain the results of such investigations will make it into the public record of what happened that day.

Office of Professional Responsibility investigations into alleged

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The five-year-old girl critically injured and left in a coma after a car crash involving Kansas City Chiefs’ assistant coach Britt Reid on Thursday night has been pictured for the first time, as she is named locally as Ariel.

The young girl was in the back of a car that Reid allegedly crashed into after he had ‘two to three drinks’ on his prescription Adderall, according to KSHB.

An unnamed four-year-old was also in the back seat of the car and was hospitalized with non-life-thre

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Emmy- and Tony-winning actress Cicely Tyson, who distinguished herself in theater, film and television, died on Thursday afternoon. She was 96.

“I have managed Miss Tyson’s career for over 40 years, and each year was a privilege and blessing,” her manager, Larry Thompson, said in a statement. “Cicely thought of her new memoir as a Christmas tree decorated with all the ornaments of her personal and professional life. Today she placed the last ornament, a Star, on top of the tree.”


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The Pentagon will break with recent tradition by refusing to engage in an armed forces farewell or throw Donald Trump’s requested military-style parade as the president leaves office on Wednesday.

Trump wants an extravagant goodbye – not unlike the exuberance he exuded during his presidency – despite his recent fallout of favor with middle-of-the-line Republicans following the storming of the Capitol earlier this month, which Democrats impeached him for last Wednesday claiming he

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The FBI circulated an internal memo warning that a ‘war’ was coming to the Capitol the day before thousands stormed it but did nothing to stop it, it was revealed on Tuesday, as the bureau said nothing about its total failure to protect Congress for the sixth day running.

On January 5, the FBI’s office in Norfolk, Virginia, blasted an internal memo which cited social media posts talking about spilling the blood of ‘BLM slave soldiers’ on the Capitol.

The memo was obtained by The Wash

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied all responsibility for last week’s riot on Capitol Hill, saying his fiery speech to his supporters before they marched on the Capitol was ‘totally appropriate.’

In his first public remarks since Wednesday’s MAGA storming of the Capitol, the president slammed Democrats, accusing them of creating ‘tremendous danger’ with their attempt to remove him from office but said repeatedly he wanted ‘no violence.’

The president defended his speech at a ra

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There have been discussions among some members of the Trump Cabinet and allies of President Donald Trump about the 25th Amendment, which would be a vehicle for members of the cabinet to remove Trump from office, multiple sources with direct knowledge of the discussions tell ABC News.

It is unclear how extensive these conversations have been or if Vice President Mike Pence is supportive of such action. Many have been horrified by Wednesday’s events and Trump’s encouragement and

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WASHINGTON – By around 2 p.m. Wednesday, as lawmakers were meeting to count President-elect Joe Biden’s state-certified Electoral College votes, chaos ensued. Rioters, many waving Trump flags and wearing Trump garb, breached security at the Capitol building and began swarming the area. Vice President Mike Pence, other lawmakers, staff and reporters were evacuated within minutes.

Photos and videos show protesters crowding halls inside the building and climbing over chairs. Some mad

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In an unprecedented attack on the U.S. Capitol, protesters supporting President Donald Trump rushed the stairs of the building and smashed windows as they pushed their way inside.

In a massive security breach, the protesters, waving blue Trump flags, made it to the doors of the Senate and House chambers as U.S. Capitol Police locked lawmakers inside for their own safety.

They were heard banging on the doors of the House chamber and yelling outside as police officers rushed lawmakers o

Read more… Firefighters work to put out a fire at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Mass., on Dec. 28, 2020. Springfield Fire Department via Twitter

A “highly suspicious” overnight fire at a Black church in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Monday is being investigated by local and federal authorities.

Firefighters responded to a call at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Presbyterian Church at about 5 a.m. on Monday morning, according to Springfield Fire

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141064_w_760_569.png A billboard urging scrutiny of transgender medicine in youth is erected near Children’s Hospital-LA | Photo: Jay Smith

A group of concerned parents of trans-identifying teenagers have erected another billboard drawing attention to the harms of the medicalization of gender after being censored earlier this month.

This third billboard is located near a children’s hospital in Los Angeles that is home to a large transgender youth clinic and a prominent doctor who is actively gender

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On Wednesday sixth grader Adan Llanos, 11, died after he shot himself during his online Zoom class, with the microphone and camera off in San Joaquin County, California, police say. He was a student at Woodbridge Elementary School participating in online learning when he turned a gun on himself. His sister, who was online learning in another room, found him and ran to get a neighbor for help and told her teacher. The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene sh

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The election is complete, the media has declared Joe Biden, president elect, and our current president, Donald J. Trump, has filed legal claims in multiple states to block the outcome. President Trump is claiming the election was won illegally. Before all is said and done, I am sure this will make its way to the highest court in our land.

So, whose your president for the next four years?

We have Democratic Christians declaring they are glad they now have a president they can be proud

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