• Selena Gomez: I'm lonely with few friends
Selena Gomez: I'm lonely with few friends

It's important to note, however, some of the specifics of this living arrangement. Hey, there's nothing like testing the waters out to see if you can live happily with someone in the same space before committing to it fully. "I feel like I know everybody but have no friends", the " Fetish " singer continued. "We shot for, like, 14 hours and at th...

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  • Jason George Leaving 'Grey's Anatomy' for Untitled Firehouse Spinoff
Jason George Leaving 'Grey's Anatomy' for Untitled Firehouse Spinoff

The new show, set to debut at midseason, will follow a heroic group of Seattle firefighters from the captain down the ranks in both their professional and personal lives. The spinoff was ordered straight-to-series by ABC back in May. "We talked about the elements of Grey's Anatomy that seem to resonate with the audience - emotional storytelling...

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  • North Korea says U.S. to pay dearly for Haley's 'hysteric fit'
North Korea says U.S. to pay dearly for Haley's 'hysteric fit'

Security Council diplomats, who weren't authorized to speak publicly because talks have been private, said the USA and China were still negotiating the text late Sunday. Despite China's strained relations with Pyongyang in recent years, the odds of Beijing publicly backing oil sanctions seem remote, he added. "Hopefully, we are not going to have...

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  • State braces for Irma's impact
State braces for Irma's impact

More than 42,000 were forced to evacuate Hilton Head Island Saturday morning. Rains will intensify going into Monday and as the storm gets closer. It's the second time in less than a year that Georgia coastal residents have been told to flee a storm.

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  • Texas AG files first 3 price gouging lawsuits
Texas AG files first 3 price gouging lawsuits

From charging triple the normal rate for a hotel room, to hiking gas prices as high as $9.99 after Hurricane Harvey - the Texas Attorney General is making businesses who allegedly price gouged during a declared disaster pay. The Consumer Protetion Division of the Attorney General's office is now handling over 3,321 known complaints about price goug...

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  • Demi Lovato grateful to be alive
Demi Lovato grateful to be alive

She told ET: "It feels wonderful to be honored for my sobriety just because this is something that I made a decision to do on my own, and it's something that I needed to do for myself and now getting awarded for it feels incredible". "It was great working with children". " People have reached out and I've been able to help". Is Lovato dating Abe...

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  • Real Madrid's coach says getting Ronaldo back is a relief
Real Madrid's coach says getting Ronaldo back is a relief

The Madrid talisman also recalled how he came close to signing for Barcelona prior to joining Real, only for the Catalan club to pull out of the deal - but he has no regrets. "When Horacio called me to tell me that there was interest from Real Madrid I told him that I just wanted to play there". Having featured in 43 games across all competit...

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  • Tim Tebow visits WWII vet at Hurricane Irma shelter
Tim Tebow visits WWII vet at Hurricane Irma shelter

But if there's a chance just to brighten their day, put a smile on their face or letting them not worry about their problems for a couple of seconds or minutes, it's worth it", Tebow told WJXT-TV . Tebow, who is also a college-football analyst for ESPN, has a charity meant to help children in need. Scott last week also retweeted a message from M...

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  • Florida's Largest Fuel Port Reopens To Vessels
Florida's Largest Fuel Port Reopens To Vessels

There are now about 10 ships queued up to the northeast of Savannah , waiting out the storm, he said. Fuel shortages in Florida could last almost a week after Hurricane Irma as stations struggle to resupply. Livingston said 12 petroleum companies operate out of the port and five were operational and were sending out trucks as of 8 a.m. with ...

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  • Mayor wants Albuquerque to be home for Amazon second headquarters
Mayor wants Albuquerque to be home for Amazon second headquarters

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wasn't shy about voicing his support for Amazon setting up shop in the city. "Amazon is looking for strong local and regional talent in software and related fields and is particularly interested in entrepreneurs who are seizing the opportunity of the digital economy", Stodola said in the post .

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  • Liam Neeson and His Set of Skills Are Retiring from Action Movies
Liam Neeson and His Set of Skills Are Retiring from Action Movies

According to the actor, he wants to work on more "serious" projects, and also says that he thinks he's getting too old to believably headline such fare. The Commuter is set for a January 12, 2018 release, and while January is typically considered a dumping ground for bad movies, my hope is that this will serve as counter-programming to the unwat...

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  • President Trump on 9/11 anniversary: 'America does not bend'
President Trump on 9/11 anniversary: 'America does not bend'

Washington, Sep 11: US President Donald Trump led a moment of silence in a brief, somber ceremony at the White House on Monday to mark the 16th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

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  • YouTuber PewDiePie apologizes for using racial slur
YouTuber PewDiePie apologizes for using racial slur

This is now the second time this year that PewDiePie , a.k.a. Felix Kjellberg , has been called out for overt racist speech, though the last time he tried to defend himself (sort of) in that he was trying to make a provocative joke involving some possibly unknowing, non-English speakers.

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  • Jean-Claude Van Damme's son arrested for assault
Jean-Claude Van Damme's son arrested for assault

When officers arrived at the scene a trail of blood was seen leading to his apartment. According to Maricopa County Court records, Van Varenberg was accused of underage drinking on February 6, 2016, and thrown behind bars in the county jail.

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  • BTS' new album includes joint song with The Chainsmokers
BTS' new album includes joint song with The Chainsmokers

Award-winning South Korean boy group BTS has great news for its fans who are anticipating the release of its fifth EP Love Yourself 承 " Her " on Sept 18. The Love Yourself: Her album is the first of what is expected to be an extended series, similar to previous thematic eras from the group. The K-pop group co-wrote a song with The Chainsmoke...

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  • This Hurricane Season Is As Unusual As The Huge Storms Themselves
This Hurricane Season Is As Unusual As The Huge Storms Themselves

The National Weather Service lowered the expected total rainfall for most of the Upstate. NBC 6 helicopter footage from Monday morning showed homes damaged and roadways under water in the upper Keys and other parts of South Florida .

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  • Star Wars Battlefront 2: 8 Major New Details You Need To Know
Star Wars Battlefront 2: 8 Major New Details You Need To Know

It was the same Reddit user who supplied correct information about the Closed Alpha and space battles mode in " Star Wars: Battlefront 2" prior to the official announcements at the EA Play and Gamescom, respectively. This week, details about the Battlefront II beta came to light, with dates for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. We know that there wi...

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  • Hurricane Katia expected to produce severe rain, storm surges in Mexico
Hurricane Katia expected to produce severe rain, storm surges in Mexico

Category 1 is the NHC's weakest hurricane designation. It was expected to gain some strength but the effects of Irma were seen eventually weakening that storm. Katia was 195 miles northeast of Veracruz , Mexico , and there's a hurricane warning in effect for Cabo Rojo to Laguna Verde . Officials in Veracruz say Katia could cause landslid...

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  • Networks set aside hour for hurricane benefit
Networks set aside hour for hurricane benefit

Tuesday night's hurricane relief telethon will begin at 8 p.m. on WBNG-TV. George Strait will do a live performance at the end of the show from San Antonio, Texas at the Majestic Theatre which he announced August 28. In addition to ensuring the donations can be accepted and processed through call centers, viewers can also have the option to m...

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  • Miami woman gives birth at home during Hurricane Irma
Miami woman gives birth at home during Hurricane Irma

President Trump's reckless attitude to climate change is being shown to be folly as Hurricane Irma tears through Miami , Christian Aid says. Emergency call center workers then set up a conference call with paramedics, an emergency dispatcher and a doctor from Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami .

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