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Miller Time: 58th Presidential Inauguration

Some Democratic lawmakers refusing to attend ceremonies; Dennis Miller sounds off on 'The O'Reilly Factor'

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Major Airline Offers 'Female-Only' Row to its…

Air India is adding a female-only row of seats on domestic flights. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Take A Look At Trump’s Inauguration Medals

The employees at Medalcraft Mint are working hard to put the finishing touches on Donald Trump’s inauguration medals. They’ve been making these commemorative medallion for the last two presidencies.

Adorable: Little Boy Gets Mad At His Toy Lawn…

Boy's fun day of yard work with his father was not what he expected.

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Selena Gomez's Mom Tells Justin Bieber to "Stay…

Somehow, Justin Bieber is still in Selena's life, even if it's through the tabloids, and her mom ain't happy about it. Even though it seems like Selena's moved on with new beau, The Weekend, her mom, Mandy Teefy, isn't taking any chances. Reportedly, Momma Mandy secretly reached out to Bieber to make sure there would never be a reunion between him and her daughter. A source told Life & Style Magazine that, "Selena Gomez’s family feels that no one has ever gotten under her skin like Justin and, ultimately, he affected her in a deeply negative way." The source continues, "Mandy really believes that Selena will be able to heal faster without him. Selena's addiction to Justin is what everyone is afraid is going to take the ultimate toll. Justin takes her to a dark place mentally, and she really can’t let go." All of us Jelena fans miss the on-again off-again couple. Come on- we haven't seen such a perfect pop prince and princess duo since Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears- am I right? BUT, this may be just what we need to finally move on. After all, this is like strike 100 for the ex-couple. As you remember, Bieber was part of the reason Selena cancelled her Revival tour, went to rehab, and took a 3-month hiatus from social media. It all came to a head when Bieber posted photos with his then-flame, Sophia Richie, and fans backlashed, causing the singer to threaten to make his account private. That's when Selena jumped in, suggesting that if he doesn't want to hear from fans, maybe Justin should keep his relationship to himself. And the birth of a feud was born, sending Selena into a dark place, and you know the rest. This is what we want to know, even if Momma Gomez is right and Justin is bad for Selena, does she have the right to interfere? Also, do you guys want to see Jelena back together or not? Hit us up in those comments.

Appeals court rejects Chicago gun-range restrictions

Chicago has lost another round in its effort to restrict where gun ranges can be located within city limits

Cadbury Just Released Oreo Eggs!

Oreo creme packed into a Cadbury Egg. All of the yes.

Gov. Sues Largest US Student Loan Company For…

Navient, formerly a part of Sallie Mae, services about $300 billion in student loans — or about 12 million borrowers.

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Bill O'Reilly sticks up for 'Old School' in next book

Bill O'Reilly's next book won't be a story of military wars but of the culture wars

Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens not voted into…

In their fifth time on the ballot, neither Barry Bonds nor Roger Clemens have earned enough votes to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Bronx Zoo Wants Lovers to Buy Roaches for…

The Bronx Zoo is letting lovers purchase for Valentine's Day a critter as prehistoric as love itself, a roach! Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) explains.

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World Temperature Continues To Be A Hot Topic For…

Top global science agencies found 2016 to be the hottest year on record.

Trump's treasury pick: King of foreclosures?

Donald Trump's nominee for treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin, once took over a bank that was a national leader in foreclosures. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

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