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O'Reilly said in an April 1 statement that he had been unfairly targeted because of his public prominence. In it they said "O'Reilly is one of the most accomplished TV personalities in the history of cable news". Ailes has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. But the New York Times reported that two of the O'Reilly settlements were reached after Ailes left. O'Reilly's departure puts an end to cable's highest rated program and a $20 million-a-year job for the host.
  • Why Are Republicans So Scared Of Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff?

    Why Are Republicans So Scared Of Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff?

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    Just learned that Jon @Ossoff , who is running for Congress in Georgia, doesn't even live in the district . On ABC World News Tonight , Anchor David Muir was still enamored with Ossoff's performance in the race. "And voters, if they're hearing what the message the Republicans are putting forward and the message - the non-message Democrats are putting forward, they'll go with Republicans".
  • Animal Adventure Park wants you to help name April's baby!

    Animal Adventure Park wants you to help name April's baby!

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    According to the team, the calf weighs 129 pounds and stands 5 feet 9 inches tall. "For about 10 days you can vote on any name or names you choose for April's new calf ", a statement on the zoo's website said . April became famous in February when YouTube canceled her live stream feed for a short while after some complaints from animal rights activists. This is his first offspring.
  • CONFIRMED: Pence Really Did Go To The Korean DMZ To Look Menacing

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    Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington have soared in recent weeks as a series of North Korean missile tests have wrought ever-more bellicose warnings from the new United States administration. But the vice president said he was encouraged and believed North Korea was listening to the Trump administration's concerns. McMaster cited Trump's recent decision to order missile strikes in Syria after a chemical attack blamed on the Assad government, as a sign that the president "is clearly ...
  • First Roger Ailes, Now Bill O'Reilly

    First Roger Ailes, Now Bill O'Reilly

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    Billy O'Reilly's name has already been erased from his long-running Fox News show, The O'Reilly Factor, in the wake of his dramatic firing after 20 years at the network. O'Reilly's most recent contract provides that he can receive a maximum of one year's salary upon departure, according to a second source familiar with the matter.
  • Pakistan court to decide on accusations against PM's family

    Pakistan court to decide on accusations against PM's family

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    The prime minister's daughter, Maryam, tweeted a photo of the family and leaders of Sharif's PML-N party celebrating the verdict. The decision, highly anticipated by Pakistanis, threatens to plunge Nawaz Sharif's governing party into turmoil ahead of general elections which must be held by next year, and as security and the economy improve in the militancy-plagued country.
  • National Football League star gatecrashes Sean Spicer's press briefing

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    The Patriots are in Washington , D.C., today celebrating their Super Bowl win by visiting the White House and meeting President Trump ( sans Tom Brady ). Earlier this morning, Rob Gronkowski , colloquially known as " Gronk ", interupted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's daily briefing, asking if he needed "some help" fielding questions from the press corps.
  • First 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Photos Released

    First 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Photos Released

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    Fifteen photos in all were revealed on the "Making Game of Thrones " site, and you can marvel at them and ponder with us as to what they reveal below. It wouldn't be too shocking if the HBO hit ended and very few, if any, of the popular characters are left standing. We already know that literally, everyone who is still alive is getting ready for the ultimate battle.
  • Chris Pratt says Jurassic World 2 is scarier, darker, and unexpected

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    I think it's going to be a scarier version. He told Screenrant , "Aw man, J.A. Bayona? If you haven't seen " The Impossible " or 'A Monster Calls , ' I mean he's really visually masterful". However, Chris Pratt, who plays Owen Grady in the rebooted "Jurassic Park" franchise, provided some information on the sequel. 'In the back of my mind I was like, "Dude, this is gonna happen!" And he, like, you saw it in his eyes, thought, 'I've seen it on TV or in the movie, but I guess my dad really ...
  • Chaffetz may not finish final term in Congress

    Chaffetz may not finish final term in Congress

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    Shortly after BuzzFeed's report posted, Chaffetz himself confirmed the news on his own Facebook page and said that his decision was an entirely personal one to spend more time closer to his home in Utah. Chaffetz later conceded on Fox News that his point about people being self-reliant didn't come out as smoothly as it could have. Chaffetz has represented Utah's 3rd district since 2008.
  • At Easter, Catholics urged to welcome God's love, share with others

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    There are many people within the black community who can testify how Christianity and the hope that the message of Easter offers, has totally transformed their lives. "Christ was buried but rose on the third day of his crucifixion in order to give us eternal life". Political leaders including Chief Minister Pinaray Vijayan and Religious leaders greeted the people on the occasion of Easter.
  • Arkansas inmates hit roadblocks in bid to stop executions

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    The reporting on these drugs shows that all three drugs used in Arkansas' lethal injection cocktail are implicated in legal battles. Another case that could trip up Arkansas' plan was filed Tuesday by the medical supplier McKesson Corp., which says it sold the drug vecuronium bromide to the Arkansas Department of Correction for inmate medical care, not executions.