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Independence Day is upon us, and lots of us will celebrate by watching fireworks – or shooting off our own. >> Read more trending news All that firepower results in thousands of injuries and a handful of fatalities each year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. “On average, 250 people go to the […]

Alyssa Milano and Dana Loesch crossed virtual swords earlier this year during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Dallas, with Milano leading an anti-gun rally in a park near the convention site and Loesch tweeting her for bringing her own armed security. >> Read more trending news The two were among the many quickly leaping […]

The lights dimmed and the mystery unfolded, frame after tantalizing frame. The lady of the house dazzles in a strapless evening gown, pink gloves and glittery choker. There’s a champagne coupe in her right hand — Veuve Cliquot, it appears from the label behind her — and a mink stole drapes over her left arm. […]

“Avengers: Infinity War,” in wide release Friday, was filmed largely in Atlanta. While the Marvel stars were in town, they put their talents to use in a very special performance to raise $500,000 for a very worthy cause: hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. Proceeds from the November event at the Fox Theatre benefited the Hurricane […]

SAN ANTONIO – Tyler Perry and Janet Jackson had dinner in San Antonio and left a Texas-sized tip: $500. The meal for the friends at vegetarian restaurant Green Vegetarian Cuisine only cost $27, according to MySanAntonio. >> Read more trending news Blanca Vasquez shared an Instagram photo of Perry and Jackson at the restaurant, which, according to […]

Tyler Perry is once again up for worst actress at the Golden Raspberry Awards. This year, his nomination is for his role as Madea in “Boo! A Madea Halloween 2.” >> Read more trending news Perry was up for the same recognition for “Boo! A Madea Halloween” in 2017. That movie also earned him a worst-combo […]

It’s hard to miss Merriam-Webster’s meaning in choosing to highlight the definition of “volunteer,” a word United used in its initial corporate responses.