Breaking up Facebook won’t fix its biggest problems

Breaking up Facebook won’t fix its biggest problemsA growing chorus of critics is calling for Facebook to be broken up, but that won't fix the company's myriad problems.

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Solving the 6 Biggest Mysteries of This Broadway Season

How does she stay so still? Is that scene really live? And how tall is that guy, anyway? We dig deep into the burning questions about this year’s Tony-nominated shows.
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Line of Duty finale draws biggest audience of 2019 so far

More than nine million tune into a final episode critics call “breathtaking” and “deeply satisfying”.
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Look Back at the Biggest Stars of the 1999 Met Gala

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Guests included actress now considered ’90s icons, such as Jennifer Love Hewitt, Christina Ricci and Minnie Driver….

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How Tulisa shaped one of the decade’s biggest hits

The singer discusses how media has changed since she first became famous with N-Dubz in 2007.
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2019 NFL draft: Biggest post-draft questions for all 32 teams

When will the rookie QBs be ready to play? Can the Chiefs replace Tyreek Hill if need be? These are some of the post-draft questions facing NFL teams. – NFL

Nonfiction: Cash, Jewels and Gold: The Tale of Britain’s Biggest Heist

In “The Last Job,” Dan Bilefsky explores a famous London robbery that was masterminded by a 76-year-old pensioner.
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Uncovered: Rare footage of some of the 60s’ biggest music stars

Rare footage of The Beatles’ only live performance on Top Of The Pops will be unveiled this weekend. 
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How the Clippers scored the biggest comeback in NBA playoff history

With the Warriors up by 31, Game 2 was over. Until it wasn’t. The players and coaches involved in the incredible reversal of fortune tell the story of how it happened. – TOP

John Oliver Gets Hollywood’s Biggest Stars To Taunt Purdue Over Opioid Crisis

“Last Week Tonight” host recruits Michael Keaton, Bryan Cranston, Michael K. Williams and Richard Kind to take on the Sackler family.
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All the Biggest Games Launching Next Week

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No huge games are launching next week, but a few higher profile ports, indie titles, and major expansions are heading our way. So if you’re in need of a new game play, you’ll probably find something that will fit the bill. Whether you do your gaming on PS4, Xbox One, PC, or Nintendo Switch, let’s take a look at what to expect the week of April 1, 2019.

Dangerous Driving on April 9

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Dangerous Driving is an arcade racer from a studio founded by some of the folks responsible for the beloved Burnout series. It has the same unreasonably fast speeds, vicious takedowns, and pretty much everything you’d expect from a modern-day Burnout game — except the name. The physical version comes with a copy of the developer’s previous game, Danger Zone 2.

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Predicting fantasy’s MVP, biggest busts, more

The baseball season is finally here! Our group of experts look into the future to see who will deliver and who will disappoint.

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Identifying the biggest remaining need for all 32 NFL teams

With free agency a week old, what is your favorite team still looking for? NFL Nation has the answer. – NFL

Instagram biggest for child grooming online – NSPCC finds

Facebook and Snapchat are warned too, after cases including a girl lured to woods “for sex” then abandoned.
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The biggest trade deadline questions answered

Where will Artemi Panarin land? How many first-round picks will be traded? Which team will “win” the deadline? Our panel checks in. – NHL

Who is the biggest player in the Anthony Davis trade drama?

The Pelicans’ franchise faces a pivotal moment in the wake of its star forward’s trade request. – TOP

Biggest winner at Senior Bowl isn’t even there

No quarterback at the Senior Bowl has set himself apart as an NFL draft dark horse, which means Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins is still easily the top QB in the class.

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Google Fined $57 Million in Biggest Penalty Yet Under New European Law

Google was fined $ 57 million by a French regulator—the biggest penalty levied yet under a new European privacy law—alleging the search-engine giant didn’t go far enough to get valid user consent to gather data for targeted advertising. WSJD


Lowe: Biggest All-Star debates, and 12 picks for each conference

Zach Lowe gets into the big All-Star debates — Russ, Luka, how many stars on contenders? — and reveals his final ballot. – TOP

Biggest looming free-agent decisions for all 32 NFL teams

Could Clay Matthews move on from Green Bay? Will the Texans bring back Tyrann Mathieu? Here are the questions facing every team. – NFL

World’s biggest tobacco company to phase out cigarettes

In a swish research centre on the edge of a Swiss lake, the world’s biggest cigarette company is re-inventing itself.
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The biggest offseason needs for all 32 NFL teams

The Giants and Patriots need long-term quarterback solutions. Seven teams need new coaches. NFL Nation reporters assess every team’s top priority. – NFL

Biggest injury questions for all 12 NFL playoff teams

We’ve reached the postseason, and everyone is at least a little banged up. NFL Nation reporters update the key situations for this weekend. – NFL

These Were the Biggest Fashion Risks at the Golden Globes of All-Time

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2018: BBC Tech’s biggest stories and what happened next

From fake porn to Facebook scandals, security alerts to Google protests – 2018 was a busy year.
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The Royal Wedding & More of TV's Biggest Moments in 2018

From Prince Harry & Meghan Markle tying the knot to Donald Glover performing "This Is America" on "SNL," watch some of the best TV moments of 2018.
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The 18 Biggest TV Moments of 2018, From Roseanne to This Is Us and Beyond

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SoftBank’s Biggest Backers Balk at Planned $16 Billion Acquisition of WeWork

Key investors in SoftBank’s giant tech fund have balked at a planned $ 16 billion investment in co-working startup WeWork, leaving SoftBank Chief Masayoshi Son to find an alternative as his ambitions hit up against the limits of his financial firepower. WSJD


Week 16 NFL Power Rankings: Biggest breakthroughs for every team

Who took his game to a whole new level in 2018? Our NFL Nation reporters name the breakouts from across the NFL. – NFL

NHL superstars who carry the biggest offensive burdens

Who is shouldering the heaviest load thus far in 2018-19? We break down key players and assess how (and whether) their teams can help them out. – NHL

Foles sparks Eagles’ biggest upset since 1995

No Carson Wentz, no problem, as Nick Foles again stepped in, this time leading the Eagles to a 30-23 upset of the Rams in Los Angeles on Sunday night. – TOP

NFL contender kryptonite: Biggest weakness for each playoff team

Great running teams for the Chiefs. Defending tight ends for the Steelers. Here’s where every Super Bowl contender is vulnerable. – NFL

‘World’s biggest sleep-out’ raises £3m for the homeless

More than 10,000 people have staged the “world’s biggest sleep-out” in a fundraiser to tackle homelessness.
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Predictions on the biggest NHL free-agent decisions of 2019

Jeff Skinner, Artemi Panarin and Mitch Marner are among the players hitting free agency next summer. What should their teams do? – NHL

The biggest Hall of Fame snubs, and who they should replace

It’s unjust that these players remain on the outside looking in. Plus, which players would we remove to make room for our snubs? – NHL

How The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Became the Star of TV’s Biggest Show–and Why He’s Giving It All Up

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Six biggest moments in Red Sox’s amazing Game 4 win

From Andrew Benintendi’s game-saving catch to another big homer by Jackie Bradley Jr., there were plenty of heroes in Boston’s Game 4 thriller. – TOP

The biggest questions that will shape this NBA season

Is Giannis ready to be MVP? Will the Lakers make the playoffs? What’s the Jimmy Butler fallout? There are plenty of questions to answer this season. – NBA

Barnwell: Ranking NFL’s biggest playoff risers and fallers

The defending champs are struggling, while two 5-0 teams have made a big jump. These 10 teams’ playoff chances have improved and declined the most. – NFL

9 Biggest Jaw-Droppers at the 2018 Emmys

Darren Criss, Henry Winkler, 2018 Emmys, 2018 Emmy Awards, WinnersTV’s biggest night has had its work cut out for it for some time now, what with the Netflix, then the Hulu, then the Amazon Prime…and now the phones and the Snapchat, and the interactive…

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Nonfiction: What Are the Biggest Problems Facing Us in the 21st Century?

In “21 Lessons for the 21st Century,” Yuval Noah Harari’s latest book, the historian takes on everything from terrorism to inequality.
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Gen-X or Millennials? Social media’s biggest addicts

Psychologists and charities are calling for more research into how social media addiction could be affecting older generations.
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The biggest injuries from NFL preseason Week 3

Here are the most important injuries of the preseason’s third week, and what they mean moving forward. – NFL

The biggest Mount Puckmore snubs, according to you

We picked the four most iconic players for every NHL franchise. You told us where we got ’em wrong (and right). – NHL

The biggest injuries from NFL preseason Week 2

This week was tough on quarterbacks. Here are the most important injuries of Week 2, and what they mean moving forward. – NFL

Biggest injuries of NFL preseason: Star receivers on the mend

Here are the most crushing injuries of training camp and preseason so far, the prognosis for all those players and who could replace them. – NFL

NBA Forecast: Most dramatic teams, biggest turnarounds

Which teams are headed for big turnarounds? Big trouble? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its picks. – NBA

Why Do the Biggest Companies Keep Getting Bigger? It’s How They Spend on Tech

The secret of success for Amazon, Google and Microsoft is how much they invest in their own technology. WSJD


Why Luck is biggest wild card of 2018 season

If Andrew Luck is healthy, the Colts matter again and the AFC playoff race is much more interesting. If not, a career and a franchise remain in limbo.

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Who were the biggest losers in the Twitter purge?

A Twitter crackdown on “locked” accounts has led to some of its most high profile users losing millions of followers.
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The biggest questions in the NHL this summer

Where will Erik Karlsson land? Who’s the next player to get a lucrative extension? Which teams are getting third jerseys? We tee up the offseason. – NHL

The biggest NHL free-agency questions answered

Who will land John Tavares? Which team will “win” free agency? On whom would we issue a buyer beware warning? Our panel dives in. – NHL

Fallout 76: Our Biggest Hopes and Fears

With the recent reveal of Fallout 76, a lot of us were surprised at the game’s online, multiplayer focus. And while the idea of venturing into a vast post-apocalyptic wastelands with friends sounds enjoyable to some of us, others were left questioning if this is something fans of the core Fallout franchise should be excited about. Here are some of our biggest hopes and fears for Fallout 76.

The building mechanics in Fallout 4 were….fine. But 76 is daring to up the ante with an all new C.A.M.P. or the “Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform” which allows you to build settlements anywhere you please. And with an improved Sims-like building interface, 76 is promising a much more robust approach to settlement building that seems very promising.

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Biggest NBA free-agency and trade decisions for all 30 teams

Which decisions on key players, trades and new contracts will be priorities for every franchise? – NBA

Biggest NHL awards snubs, awards we’d like to see, more

Was Connor McDavid or John Gibson the bigger snub? Why isn’t there a breakout player award? We hit the big topics ahead of Wednesday’s show. – NHL

E3 2018: The Biggest Xbox Sale of the Year, 50% off Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass

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Microsoft calls it “The Biggest Xbox Sale of the Year” and runs from June 7 to June 23. This sale covers hardware, software, and everything in between. Get the first official discount ever on the Xbox One X, new price lows on the Xbox One S, sweet savings on Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass, markdowns on over 300 video games, and more. I’ve listed them out below.

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Hosting the World Cup can’t be biggest U.S. win

So the United States, with assists from Canada and Mexico, will be the host in 2026. Great. But U.S. Soccer can't be satisfied by winning a bid – it needs to win games.

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10 Biggest Jaw-Droppers at the 2018 Tony Awards

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The five biggest questions facing NFL teams at minicamps

Which players will be no-shows? How will the rookies look? We identify what to watch at mandatory minicamps. – NFL

E3 2018: What to expect from gaming’s biggest show

E3 2018: What to expect from gaming’s biggest showE3 2018 is nearly upon us. Here's everything you can expect from gaming's biggest show of the year.

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NFL Census: Finding the league’s biggest outliers

Who’s the tallest (and shortest) player? What about heaviest (and lightest)? We looked at data from Week 1 of 2017 for those answers and more. – NFL

LeBron James and some of the NBA’s biggest stars reportedly have ‘disdain’ toward Stephen Curry that he doesn’t understand

Stephen Curry is one of the best, most well-respected, and most popular players in the NBA, but his quick rise in the league reportedly rubbed some of his peers the wrong way. In 2017, Marcus Thompson of The Athletic, author of the book "Golden: The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry," explained to "The Big Lead with Jason McIntyre" that Curry is not all that popular with some of the league's biggest stars, including LeBron James. "There's this thing there with he and LeBron that's a little weird," Thompson said. According to Thompson, James and Curry were close from Curry's days at Davidson to his early years in the league. Thompson said James was "like a mentor" to Curry, but as Curry's game improved,

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On the Runway: Tonight is the Biggest Night in American Fashion You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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Behind the crucial calls NBA refs make on the biggest stage

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The biggest NFL records that could be broken in 2018

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India’s Biggest Competitors to Walmart and Amazon? Mom and Pop

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Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery’s Biggest Problem Isn’t Its Energy Mechanic

The question “what Hogwarts House would you be in?” is still a conversational ice-breaker among millenials, over 21 years since JK Rowling first let Harry out the cupboard under the stairs.

It’s asked at dinner parties to friends just met; on Tinder to potential suitors; and has become so trusted-a-method of ascertaining one’s character, it’s a wonder it’s not replaced Myers-Briggs. The reason is simple. The only thing that fascinates us more about the labyrinthine corridors of Hogwarts is what it’d be like to walk in them.

So when Jam City announced it was making a Harry Potter mobile RPG that would “make players feel for the first time like they’re attending Hogwarts,” the internet detonated like an erumpent horn. Finally, fans would be able to experience life at Hogwarts – actually seeking adventure in JK Rowling’s rich world, rather than passively reading about it or watching Daniel Radcliffe live it.

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Barnwell: Is Vegas the biggest surprise team ever? The verdict …

Does Vegas’ Stanley Cup run make it the most unlikely finalist in modern American sports? Bill Barnwell looks at candidates across the big four. – NHL

Answers for the five biggest NFL questions left in the offseason

Will OBJ get a new deal? Where will Dez Bryant sign? We take on the NFL’s biggest questions left to be answered this offseason. – NFL

Real Housewives’ Biggest Family Feuds: When the Drama Hits Too Close to Home

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NFL Power Rankings: Biggest risers, fallers after the draft

The Cardinals have their future QB. The Saints are going for it. The Patriots are still atop the AFC. Here’s how our experts stack all 32 teams. – NFL

Kanye: I’ll be ‘biggest real estate developer’ ever

Kanye West has announced plans to “build cities” and claims he will become “one of the biggest real estate developers of all time”.
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Biggest post-draft questions for all 32 teams

How will the Ravens use Lamar Jackson? What will be Odell Beckham Jr.’s future? NFL Nation reporters weigh in on the biggest issues left to address. – NFL

Meghan Markle: The Biggest Influencer of All?

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Streaming is music’s biggest money-maker

For the first time, music streaming is making more money than sales of CDs and vinyl.
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Avicii: The superstar DJ behind some of the decade’s biggest hits

Avicii, who has died at 28, made a string of huge dance anthems but struggled with life on the road.
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Lonzo prepares for ‘biggest summer’ of life

After his Lakers exit interview Thursday, Lonzo Ball said he would not alter his shooting form but rather would work on it through repetition during the summer. – NBA

GDC 2018: The 5 biggest game industry trends for 2018

GDC 2018: The 5 biggest game industry trends for 2018These are the biggest trends to follow in the video game industry in 2018.

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Biggest remaining need for all 32 NFL teams

Who will protect Tom Brady’s blind side? Will the Packers add a cornerback? Here are the top questions remaining for every team after a furious first week of free agency. – NFL

Winners, losers and biggest questions from NFL free agency Day 1

The Cardinals let Tyrann Mathieu walk and are reportedly bringing in Mike Glennon to back up Sam Bradford, raising the question: What’s going on in Arizona? Here are some winners (and losers) from the second wave. – NFL

From Stormy Daniels to Russia: A Guide to President Trump’s Biggest Scandals

“Grab ’em by the p—y” was only the beginning. From the special counsel investigation into Russia’s election meddling to the porn star who refuses to be silenced, a whiplashing — and never-ending —string of scandals trail after Donald Trump.

Here’s a look back at some of Trump’s biggest controversies since launching his presidential campaign in June 2015.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia Probe

The president is embroiled in special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign and Russian interference in the 2016 election — a probe that has gradually been closing in on Trump’s inner circle. Democrats and other critics have called for Trump’s impeachment over the alleged collusion, and for the president’s alleged obstruction of the Mueller probe. The president has repeatedly denied accusations of collusion and obstruction.

‘Very Fine People’ in Charlottesville

Last August, Trump stirred a firestorm of lingering criticism for his comments blaming “both sides” for the deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

“You look at both sides ​–​ I think there’s blame on both sides, and I have no doubt about it, and you don’t have any doubt about it either,” Trump said of the clashes between white supremacists and counter-protesters, which ultimately resulted in the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer. He also repeatedly said there were some “very fine people” on both sides.

Critics said Trump did not go far enough in condemning white supremacy, but he stood by his comments and even doubled down on them in the weeks that followed.

Corrupt—Perhaps Unconstitutional—Business Dealings?

Just days after the president was inaugurated on Jan. 20, the nonprofit legal watchdog group CREW filed a lawsuit alleging that Trump’s business dealings violated a constitutional provision prohibiting officeholders from accepting “emoluments or presents” from foreign governments.

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison and other critics have said that Trump should be impeached for violating the clause.

“I mean, on day one he was – on day one he was in violation of the Emoluments Clause,” Ellison said last February. “This is a part of the Constitution that says as the president you can’t get payments from a foreign power. The day people checked into his hotel and started paying him, who were foreign dignitaries, he was in violation of that law.”

Since then, Trump has continued to promote his hotels and golf courses. And the sons to whom he turned over operations of the family business—Don Jr. and Eric—have been criticized for mixing official business with company business. Government watchdogs faulted Don Jr.’s recent trip to India to promote a Trump condominium project and give a foreign-policy speech as “Trump’s company is literally selling access to the president’s son overseas,” according to The Washington Post.

West Wing Staffing Chaos

President Trump on Tuesday fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a surprise Twitter announcement. Just two weeks earlier, White House communications director Hope Hicks handed in her resignation after Trump reportedly “berated” her for telling the House Intelligence Committee she had told “white lies” for the president. A source told PEOPLE at the time that “she had enough.” Those are just the latest oustings in a long line of resignations and firings that include White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter, who resigned after accusations of domestic abuse from both of his ex-wives came to light (Porter has denied the allegations); Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, who resigned amid a scandal involving his use of private jets to travel for government business; and chief strategist Steve Bannon, who was fired not long after Charlottesville, as Trump faced mounting pressure to remove the controversial alt-right figure from his staff.

Golfing Habits

As a private citizen, Trump frequently criticized then-President Barack Obama for his golfing habits.

But according to Politifact’s Trump Golf Tracker, the president has already far outpaced Obama in the amount of time he spends on the green. As of Dec. 28 in the first year of both men’s presidencies, Trump played golf 84 times to Obama’s 26, at a cost of at least $ 42,493,519 to taxpayers.

Paper-Towel Toss in Puerto Rico

In the wake of the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Trump visited the U.S. territory and sparked backlash by tossing rolls of paper towels to a crowd of survivors. Critics, including San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, called the moment “abominable” and insensitive.

Caught on Tape: Boasting About Sexual Assault

In early October 2016, The Washington Post published a now infamous Access Hollywood tape revealing Trump boasting to Billy Bush in 2005 about sexually assaulting women.

“Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything,” he said in the 2005 conversation. “Grab ’em by the p—y.”

Shortly after the recording was leaked, Trump acknowledged his comments and apologized for them, but then went on to repeatedly dismiss the remarks as “locker room talk.”

A year later, in November 2017, The New York Times reported that Trump had claimed the leaked tape was fabricated — prompting Access Hollywood to remind the world that the tape was “very real.”

“We wanted to clear something up that has been reported across the media landscape,” host Natalie Morales said on the show at the time. “Let us make this perfectly clear — the tape is very real. Remember his excuse at the time was ‘locker-room talk.’ He said every one of those words.”

Sexual Misconduct Allegations

In the weeks that followed the Access Hollywood scandal, multiple women alleged on the record that Trump had touched, grabbed or kissed them without their permission.

Over the course of his campaign, more than 10 would come forward, including former PEOPLE writer Natasha Stoynoff, who alleged that Trump attacked her at Mar-a-Lago during a 2005 interview. Trump has denied all of the allegations.

Though Trump has thus far avoided consequences for his alleged actions, Stoynoff told PEOPLE in February, “I feel this issue has been ‘on hold’ all year, but not forgotten. It’s been simmering on the stove with the lid on, like a pressure cooker. But now the heat’s on and it’s going to boil and the lid is going to blast off.”

Summer Zervos Defamation Lawsuit

The sexual misconduct claims continued to dog Trump after his election, and dominated headlines again when accuser Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Trump’s reality TV series The Apprentice, sued Trump for defamation just days before his January 2017 inauguration.

Zervos, who alleged Trump kissed her very aggressively and put his hand on her breast without her consent in 2007, argued in the suit that he defamed her and other accusers by calling their claims “lies” and “total fabrication.”

Trump’s lawyers have so far managed to keep the case from going to trial. The Washington Post reported on Feb. 13 that a New York judge was expected to rule “any day” on whether the case should proceed.

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Alleged Affairs with Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal

On Jan. 12, the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump’s longtime lawyer Michael Cohen had arranged a $ 130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016 so she’d keep quiet about an alleged sexual relationship she had with Trump in July 2006 — less than four months after Trump’s wife, Melania, gave birth to their son, Barron, now 11.

Cohen and the White House have denied the allegation of an affair, with a Trump official telling the Wall Street Journal in January: “These are old, recycled reports, which were published and strongly denied prior to the election.”

After initially denying that such a payment had been made, Cohen later admitted to paying Daniels $ 130,000 out of his own pocket just days before the 2016 election. He called the payment a “private transaction” and said it didn’t violate any campaign finance laws. A recent Wall Street Journal report said Cohen later complained to friends that he hadn’t been reimbursed for the payment.

Daniels is still fighting to tell her story. The New York Times reported Monday that Daniels’ lawyer sent a letter to Cohen offering to return the $ 130,000 payment in exchange for dissolving a so-called “hush agreement.”

But now Trump’s lawyers are reportedly considering legal action to stop 60 Minutes from airing an interview with Daniels that’s slated to air March 18.

Daniel isn’t the only one who allegedly had an affair with the president in 2006.

Last month, The New Yorker reported that Trump also had a consensual sexual relationship with former Playboy Playmate of the Year Karen McDougal in 2006 while married to Melania.

The report detailed an elaborate coverup system Trump allegedly set up to hide and protect his extramarital affairs before his presidency, claiming he used “clandestine hotel-room meetings, payoffs, and complex legal agreements to keep affairs — sometimes multiple affairs he carried out simultaneously — out of the press.”

Trump’s campaign denied he had an affair with McDougal when it was first reported in 2016.

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Winners, biggest surprises from wild (unofficial) NFL free agency kickoff

The Packers went from free-agency bystanders to major players on the eve of this year’s market opening, agreeing to sign two of the biggest names: Jimmy Graham and Muhammad Wilkerson. Here are more highlights from a busy day. – NFL

The nine biggest Oscars upsets of all time

We have all looked with awe at the screen when the envelope is read out loud, but some mistakes are bigger than others. Here’s a list of the worst.
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These Rockets might really be the Warriors’ biggest threat yet

What makes the Rockets better than Golden State’s previous challengers? Kevin Pelton examines why Houston might be a problem. – NBA

The Biggest Scandals in Olympic Figure Skating History

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Tarantino: Thurman crash ‘one of my biggest regrets’

Quentin Tarantino has called a car crash involving Uma Thurman during the shooting of Kill Bill “one of the biggest regrets of my life”.
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With Kazuo Hirai Out, Sony’s Entertainment Strategy Loses Its Biggest Champion

Less than a month ago, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai said he wanted to ensure his company was “in the driver’s seat,” one of the entertainment players able to buy, not be bought. He had once famously declared that there was no “For Sale” sign hanging on the water tower at the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot. […]



Is Penguins-Capitals still the NHL’s biggest rivalry?

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From the Grassy Knoll to Ted Cruz’s Dad: The Biggest JFK Assassination Conspiracy Theories and How They’ve Been (Mostly) Debunked

On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding through the streets of Dallas in an open-topped motorcade. With wife Jackie Kennedy by his side, the 46-year-old president was struck by two bullets — one in the head and one in the neck. Former U.S. Marine Lee Harvey Oswald was charged with the murder, and a presidential commission later found that the gunman had acted alone.

But that conclusion has hardly satisfied the public, with JFK’s assassination fueling conspiracy theories for decades to come.

On Thursday, nearly 54 years later, the government is expected to release thousands of long-blocked and classified documents about JFK’s assassination, in a move that could further inflame existing conspiracy theories — or spawn new ones.

Here are three of the top conspiracy theories about JFK’s murder — so far:

1. The grassy knoll

Some say the trajectory of the bullets that struck JFK didn’t align with Oswald’s position on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository, spurring theories that a second gunman — perhaps on the grassy knoll of Dallas’ Dealey Plaza — participated in the shooting.

That theory was given a boost by none other than the U.S. House of Representatives, which voted in 1976 — in the wake of the Watergate scandal — to establish a Select Committee on Assassinations to reinvestigate JFK’s killing.

The House found no evidence of Soviet, Cuban or CIA involvement in Kennedy’s assassination, but did conclude that there was “probably” a conspiracy involving a second gunman on the “grassy knoll,” The Washington Post reported, while pointing out that the theory has since been discredited multiple times.

In 2008, a team of experts used high-tech tools including 3-D computer simulations, artificial human body surrogates and modern blood splatter analysis to determine that Oswald’s perch is the likely origin point of the bullet that killed Kennedy, NBC News reported.

2. LBJ or the CIA

According to other widespread conspiracy theories, JFK’s assassination was plotted by the CIA and/or then-Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, who was sworn in as president hours after Kennedy was shot.

Some speculate that LBJ plotted Kennedy’s assassination because the vice president feared being dropped from the Democratic ticket in the upcoming 1964 election.

Kennedy’s personal secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, said in her 1968 memoir that Kennedy had in fact planned to replace Johnson as vice president, and that he told Lincoln as much just three days before he was killed.

However, historians and scholars have scoffed at the theory that LBJ orchestrated his boss’s death. Larry Sabato, author of The Kennedy Half-Century, told the Daily Beast the theory has no “hard evidence” and is “ridiculous.”

Others believe the CIA had Kennedy killed because the agency opposed some of the president’s positions on Cuba and Communism, particularly his refusal to offer air support for the failed Bay of Pigs invasion, a CIA mission to overthrow Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro, Business Insider reported.

The new documents are expected to shed light on the CIA’s response to the assassination — and could finally put this conspiracy to rest.

Although this theory has been the hardest to disprove, Mark Fenster, author of Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in American Culture, told the Daily Beast he’s deeply skeptical of it because “I’m not convinced that the CIA of that era has shown itself as an organization to be exceptionally competent at doing anything but ruining other countries and people’s lives in openly secretive ways. Pulling off a JFK hit and keeping it secret this long would be the mark of an incredibly competent plot.”

3. Ted Cruz’s dad

A theory resurfaced by President Donald Trump on the campaign trail claims that Sen. Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael Cruz, was somehow involved in JFK’s killing and had been spotted with Oswald before the shooting.

Taking aim at his 2016 rival’s father, Trump told Fox News in a telephone interview last year, “His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald being, you know, shot. I mean the whole thing is ridiculous. What is this? Right? Prior to his being shot. And nobody even brings it up. I mean, they don’t even talk about that — that was reported. And nobody talks about it.”

This theory has also been widely discredited, with pointing out that Trump was citing a National Enquirer articleThe piece quotes a photo expert who said an unidentified man spotted handing out Fidel Castro leaflets with Oswald has “more similarity than dissimilarity” to the elder Cruz.

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Speculation over JFK’s assassination is so popular that the majority of Americans have actually bought into the theories. A 2013 Washington Post-ABC News poll found that 62 percent of Americans believe Kennedy’s murder was part of a broader plot.

Meanwhile, Jackie Kennedy’s former Secret Service agent, Clint Hill, told PEOPLE this week that he believes the former first lady would support the release of the long-secret documents in the name of transparency.

“It was my understanding that she wanted all the information released,” he said. “She wanted people to have as much information about what actually happened as possible.”

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Happy birthday, Khloé Kardashian!

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star turns 33 on Tuesday, and momager Kris Jenner kept up her tradition of being the very first member of the famous family to send her birthday wishes on social media.

“Happy birthday my beautiful bunny @khloekardashian!!!” she captioned a collage on Instagram. “You are the kindest soul with the biggest heart and I am forever grateful God blessed me with you … you are so funny and make everyone laugh and continue to bring incredible joy to everyone around you.”

“You are so smart and are the best daughter, sister, friend, auntie and girlfriend any of us could ever ask for … truly beautiful inside and out!” she added. “I love you more than you will ever know my bunny … Mommy xo #HappyBirthdayKhloe.”

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While the star likely has something special planned to celebrate today, she already has one birthday bash under her belt: Her friends and family threw her a surprise party on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Kardashian kicked off the evening with an early birthday dinner at TAO in the restaurant’s private skybox with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson before joining the rest of the crew at the star-studded party at The Blind Dragon in Hollywood.

“I’ve never had a surprise party in my life! I was blown away! I’m so lucky and blessed! Thank you so much baby!!! You treat me like a queen!” she gushed on Twitter, seemingly referencing Thompson. “My family and friends are the best!!! I feel so lucky!!”

And of course, it wouldn’t be a birthday celebration without a few drinks: “Now I need a hangover remedy,” she added. “Good old greasy food it is!! Oldie but a goodie!

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Craig David On His Unstoppable Rise As One Of Britain’s Biggest Black Music Stars

Craig David spoke his career into existence when he titled his debut album “Born To Do It.”

The British-born singer came on the scene in 2000 with a soulful single titled “7 Days,” breaking into the booming R&B era of the early aughts with a song that carried the smooth melodies and sensual lyrics that defined the genre at the time. His second single, “Fill Me In,” which came with a faster tempo, dropped shortly after to much fanfare.  

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David’s debut album was a powerful and well-executed project that truly catapulted his career, which has spanned nearly two decades, six studio albums, countless collaborations and endless sold-out shows in cities across the world.

The singer, who was based in the U.K. throughout much of his life, was named the 2017 British Male Solo Artist for the influence of his latest album, “Following My Intuition.” Now, he splits his time between England and Miami, traveling to perform at packed venues and build better connections with audiences around the globe. In light of June being Black Music Month, HuffPost spoke to the star during his recent tour stop in New York about his evolution over the years and just how much of a roller coaster ride his journey to success has been.

“The ride I’ve been on has been amazing because there’s been a lot of character-building,” David told HuffPost in an interview at the New York office for Sony, his record label. “What are you really doing this for and where are you going? You ask those questions and when you answer them honestly, I realize that the only thing I ever really loved is being in the studio and making music and going out and performing and positively impacting people’s lives.”

For David, life is all about the journey and the experiences that build the memories, connections and foundation that help to define who he is ― and, perhaps more importantly, who he wants to become. 

“It used to be about getting from one place to the destination and always looking for the next thing ― which is great, that’s drive and passion for what you do,” he said. “But one thing I’ve learned over the last 16 years is that it’s about the journey. It’s OK to have the goals, but what was fun was leading toward it.” 

David’s journey has indeed been a remarkable one ― but he said his success is simply a result of him learning to listen to his heart and better believe in his abilities to provide unforgettable musical experiences. This new approach led him to title his latest album “Following My Intuition.” The 18-track album was released last September and boasts a repertoire of songs that reflect various styles of music like pop, garage and EDM. There are upbeat singles like “16,” featuring Justin Beiber, which mashes together his classic hit “Fill Me In” with “Where Are Ü Now.” And then there are soothing numbers like “Got It Good” with music star Kaytranada. 

While many of the songs are a departure from the slower-paced R&B ballads he was known for on his first album, David said he enjoys the process of experimenting with and evolving his musical style by exploring new songs with new artists and identifying new ways to express himself. Whatever the case, staying true to himself remains his top priority.

“Authenticity comes up to me as being the key to everything that I’m experiencing now and maybe in the earlier parts of my career, which was a very dynamic moment,” he said. “It’s been a roller coaster ride … but it’s all come down to authenticity. It’s like as soon as I start to follow my intuition ― yes, that is a pun ― that’s when it all started to happen.”

“[Growing up] I was exposed to a lot of R&B, a lot of hip-hop, a lot of dance, I was hearing this mix of music, I was very aware,” he added, going on to explain what makes “Following My Intuition” so special for him: “When I made the album, it connected on such a level that I never expected.”

‪Listening to the album getting prepared for the arena tour next year is getting me way too excited #FMI

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David’s deep love for music also led him to dabble in DJ’ing, which he said has always been a passion of his. In fact, he frequently hosted lavish personal parties at his mansion in Miami, which quickly drew plenty of buzz and helped to establish his early start as a DJ. He has since mastered the skill of DJing to create TS5, a stage name he established for himself in 2013 for all of his live sets and singing performances.  

“TS5 is an experience,” he said. “It’s everything I’ve learned in the last 16 years as a life performer, all encapsulated with what I learned when I was doing vinyl mixing in clubs back before I released ‘Born To Do It.’”

TS5 is now a large component of David’s presence at his concerts. He DJs and sings at the same time, and opts to use a “very simplified situation” in regard to performance equipment. There are no dancers or elaborate stage props ― merely a small DJ booth and a mic ― making for a much more intimate and personal experience.  

“It’s very hands-on and my thing is not to stay behind the booth, but to come out of the booth,” he said. “It’s a performance, a live performance and an open format of what I’m gonna play. I want to keep your attention for every single minute I’m on that stage.”  

“I want to give 110 percent onstage,” he added. “I just feel like I want to give everything on that stage and in the studio. No regrets, no would’ve, could’ve, should’ve, I’ve got to give it everything.” 

I attended his show that evening following the interview, and David delivered on his word. By mixing his own vocals, songs and instrumentals with classic throwback songs from artists like Whitney Houston and TLC, David dominates onstage and does not disappoint. And if selling back-to-back sold-out shows isn’t any indication of his current success as a performer, simply check out a clip from a recent show and note the rousing crowd reaction:

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David said he wouldn’t be the artist he is today if it weren’t for the influences from classic R&B legends including Boyz II Men and R. Kelly. He also credits rappers like Biggie, Big Pun and Tupac for the inspiration they have given him. As for more contemporary artists he admires, David mentioned Drake ― and while he notes that “a lot of people compare me to him,” he said he’s “never seen it like a competition.”

David did admit, however, that he has his sights set on building more traction with American fans and expanding his exposure in cities around the country. This year alone, he has already sold out several shows in the States and is returning in October for more performances.

“I’m coming for you, Miami, I’m coming for you, Madison Square Garden,” he said with confidence ― and if his unstoppable rise so far is any indication, David only has more dreams to accomplish. 

“I know, first hand, that when I do something and I actually have conviction with it and I just go, special things happen,” he said. “It’s a force to be reckoned with when you speak on it, act on it and you keep it going.”

“You’ve got to follow your intuition,” I said, to which he replied with a smile: “You know the drill.”

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In May 2009, Fox News host Sean Hannity devoted airtime on his show to a frank, honest conversation about whether then-President Barack Obama was capable of leading the country. His biggest issue was that America could not trust a president that uses Dijon mustard on his food.

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“I grew up in front of everybody and experimented with clothes on the red carpet, so it’s different for me,” Tisdale, who recently partnered with DUO to help launch its new line of dual-sided body cleansers. “All of the stuff you do as a younger person you’re doing in front of everyone, so there are probably tons of moments I look back on and cringe.”

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The star says her biggest fashion fails happened when she first started filming The Suite Life, and in hindsight, she can see why.

“My stylist at the time was my stylist for the TV series, which I learned very quickly you ,” Tisdale told us. “They will just style you how you’re styled on your TV show so I looked like my character at all times when I was going out.”

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The one look that stands out in the 31-year-old star’s mind as the most cringe-worthy carpet happened at The Incredibles premiere in 2004, right as she started breaking into the spotlight at just 19 years old.

“I wore this really weird pink camo skirt and this pink furry thing, I don’t even know what it was, but I said, ‘Ooh, put me in it!’ And instead of wearing it like you would normally wear it, I was like, ‘I am going to do it have one of my arms out and have it going across my body.’ It was the weirdest thing,” Tisdale said. “At that point, you just have to laugh at yourself!”

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