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  • Draymond Green Loses It Over Kevin Durant's 2nd Twitter Account

    Draymond Green Loses It Over Kevin Durant's 2nd Twitter Account
    Draymond Green's reaction when asked about Kevin Durant's alleged secret Twitter account might be the funniest thing you watch all day.  The Golden State Warriors star was leaving Catch in West Hollywood with DeAndre Jordan when we asked about…

  • Taylor Swift Sued Over 'Shake it Off,' You Ripped Off 'Hater's Gonna Hate!!!' (UPDATE)

    Taylor Swift Sued Over 'Shake it Off,' You Ripped Off 'Hater's Gonna Hate!!!' (UPDATE)
    Taylor's rep tells TMZ, "This is a ridiculous claim and nothing more than a money grab. The law is simple and clear. They do not have a case."Taylor Swift's massive hit "Shake it Off" was not really hers ... so claim 2 accomplished…

  • Kevin Hart Extortion Plot, Woman in Video is a Traveling Stripper

    Kevin Hart Extortion Plot, Woman in Video is a Traveling Stripper
    Kevin Hart partied with a woman -- who is now at the center of the sexually explicit video -- for an entire weekend last month, and we've learned she's a stripper who hits up whatever clubs she can book. Her name is Montia Sabbag, although she…

  • NFL Line Judge Under Investigation for Domestic Violence, Denies Wrongdoing

    NFL Line Judge Under Investigation for Domestic Violence, Denies Wrongdoing
    NFL line judge Carl Johnson -- the former head of officiating for the league -- is under investigation for an alleged pattern of domestic violence in Louisiana, though he's adamant the accusations are BS, TMZ Sports has learned.  Johnson's…

  • 'Narcos' Producers Warn Pablo Escobar's Brother to Back Down in Turf War

    'Narcos' Producers Warn Pablo Escobar's Brother to Back Down in Turf War
    "Narcos" producers are warning Pablo Escobar's brother to back the hell off trying to cash in on the popular Netflix show's name and fame ... according to docs. Lawyers for "Narcos" fired off a cease and desist letter to Roberto Escobar's…

 
 
 
 
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  • Poll: Americans angry with federal government, happy at home

    Poll: Americans angry with federal government, happy at home

    An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that most Americans are happy with their friends and family, feel good about their finances and are more or less content at work. It's government, particularly the federal government, that's making them see red.

  • Donald Trump: 8 Talking Heads Who Were Wrong About His Rise...

    Donald Trump: 8 Talking Heads Who Were Wrong About His Rise...

    FiveThirtyEight founder and editor in chief Nate Silver famously predicted all 50 states of the 2012 election - but when it came to predicting Donald Trump's chances, he wasn't so accurate. He's not the only one.

  • Judi Dench and Ed Sheeran draw funds for breast cancer charity

    Judi Dench and Ed Sheeran draw funds for breast cancer charity

    Dame Judi Dench, Dominic West and Ed Sheeran are among the stars to auction off personal drawings to raise money for breast cancer. While Dame Judi has gone wild with the watercolours, most celebrities stuck with simpler doodles for Art For Cure's Make Your Mark online auction, which will raise funds for Breast Cancer Now, the UK's largest breast cancer charity.

  • RNC fights over possible changes to nomination rules

    RNC fights over possible changes to nomination rules

    In an extraordinary display of internal discord, the chairman of the Republican Party's rules committee is accusing top GOP officials of "a breach of our trust" by improperly trying to impede a proposed change in bylaws that would make it harder for party leaders to nominate a fresh candidate for president. Bruce Ash, RNC committeeman from Arizona, wrote the harshly worded email to the other 55 members of the GOP rules committee that he chairs.

  • Thousands of voters, celebrities, register to wrong party

    Thousands of voters, celebrities, register to wrong party

    A survey has found that tens of thousands of voters, including Demi Moore and other celebrities, have mistakenly registered as members of a conservative minor political party in California in a mix-up over its name, a newspaper reported Sunday. The Los Angeles Times said that a telephone survey of 500 members of the American Independent Party found nearly 3 of 4 people did not realize they had enrolled in a political party that opposes abortion rights and same sex marriage and calls for building a fence along the U.S. border.