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Tawny Kitaen, Jerry Seinfeld had secret past romance that started on studio set: report

The 1980's actress and model reportedly said at the time that she and Seinfeld would play coy about their romance while on set of their respective shows and that their working quarters were quite close to one another's on the Studio City lot.

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli ask court for travel permission to Mexico

The "Full House" star and fashion designer, who each recently finished individual prison sentences for their roles in the infamous college admissions scandal, filed court documents through their attorneys seeking approval to travel to San Jose del Cabo for the period of a week in June.

Medina Spirit and Bob Baffert cleared for the Preakness Stakes

Medina Spirit and two other horses trained by Bob Baffert have been cleared to race at Pimlico, including the Preakness Stakes, after undergoing three rounds of testing.

West Virginia American Legion Riders aim to fundraise $20k for scholarship fund

Veterans from across West Virginia are making their way across the state in a four-day journey to raise money in the inaugural Legacy Run. 

Democrat Cori Bush praises BLM activist who wished 'death' on police officers: 'Fry 'em like bacon'

Missouri Democratic Rep. Cori Bush praised the Black Lives Matter activist who advocated "death" for police officers in 2014 and tweeted the BLM chant "pigs in a blanket fry 'em like bacon."

Homeland Security warns of 'heightened threat environment' as eased COVID-19 restrictions reopen public spaces

The Department of Homeland Security warned of an increased threat of domestic terror for the spring and summer Friday as expiring coronavirus restrictions are expected to lead to larger public gatherings, which make appealing soft targets for attackers.

Virginia police lieutenant fired for donating to Kyle Rittenhouse fundraiser seeking due process

The Virginia police lieutenant who was fired from the department in April after anonymously donating to a fundraiser to benefit accused Kyle Rittenhouse said his ousting came in only a matter of days, despite that the process typically takes months.

California small businesses rip Newsom over more stimulus checks: 'We want to work'

Small business owner Pam Nusser and California gubernatorial candidate John Cox react to Gov. Newsom announcing more stimulus checks ahead of the recall vote.

James O'Keefe fires back at New York Times over 'hit piece' on Project Veritas

Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe had a blistering response to what he described as a "hit piece" that was published on Thursday by The New York Times.

Los Angeles residents oppose plan to move homeless to beaches, parks

Thousands of people are resisting efforts by local officials to house the homeless in temporary cabins and tents near Los Angeles beaches and parks amid an outcry over an increase in crime from some encampments.

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