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Democrats Are Betting Big On Big Plans for 2020

Go big or go home might be the new motto for the Democrats' sprawling cast of 2020 presidential contenders.

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Irina Shayk's Instagram being read like tea leaves

Irina Shayk was super private about her relationship with Bradley Cooper, and now that they reportedly have split her Instagram is being hailed as a master class in post-breakup behavior.

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Jennifer Aniston says Ross and Rachel would still be together

Ever wondered where your favorite "Friends" characters would end up 25 years later?

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David Letterman has a question for President Trump

David Letterman can't believe he had Donald Trump on as a guest more than 30 times on his former late-night talk shows, "Late Night With David Letterman" and CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman."

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Selena Gomez announces her first new album in four years is imminent

This is so major. Selena Gomez told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday that she just has a few more finishing touches before she releases her first new album in four years.

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Donald Trump Jr. says there was 'nothing to change' in testimony before Senate panel

Donald Trump Jr. said Wednesday that he did not have to correct his previous testimony and is "not at all" worried about perjury after a two-and-a-half hour, closed-door interview before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Lucy McBath came to Congress to tackle guns. Instead she's stuck in an impeachment debate

After Lucy McBath won one of the closest races in the country, she earned a seat on the House Judiciary Committee to press for gun control — her life's work after her teenage son, Jordan Davis, was shot and killed in 2012.

Cuba Gooding Jr. expected to talk to NYPD in alleged groping incident

Cuba Gooding Jr. is expected to turn himself in to the NYPD for questioning in an alleged groping incident in the next few hours, a law enforcement source tells CNN.

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North Carolina man sentenced to life after pleading guilty to the 2015 murders of 3 Muslim college students

A North Carolina man was sentenced Wednesday to three terms of life in prison for shooting and killing three of his neighbors, all Muslim students, in the college town of Chapel Hill in 2015.

Most rabies infections in the United States come from bats, CDC says

In the United States, the culprit behind most rabies cases has shifted from dogs to bats. The flying mammals now cause 7 out of 10 US rabies cases, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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