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Jury Sides with Taylor Swift

TAYLOR SWIFT AWARDED $1 IN "GROPING" LAWSUIT

1/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7Shot 2017-08-14 at 7.07.12 PM Show Caption Hide Caption 7/7 Show Caption Hide Caption The Colorado jury has sided with Taylor Swift in the dueling lawsuits between her and former DJ David Mueller. Long-awaited vindication,…

Pro wrestler Ric Flair grappling ‘tough medical issues’

1/1Pro wrestler Ric Flair Show Caption Hide Caption ATLANTA (AP) — A representative for Ric Flair says the pro wrestling legend has been hospitalized and is dealing with some “tough medical issues.”Melinda Morris Zanoni confirmed a report on Saturday that the 68-year-old Flair had been hospitalized, and stated he was admitted for routine monitoring. Zanoni provided an update early Monday,…

Netflix wins ‘Scandal’ creator Rhimes in blow to Disney, ABC

1/1Shonda Rhimes Show Caption Hide Caption NEW YORK (AP) — Netflix has lured Shonda Rhimes, the well-regarded creator of TV series “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” from ABC — announcing its scoop just days after ABC owner Disney laid out plans to pull programming from Netflix.Netflix said Rhimes’ Shondaland production company is moving to Netflix for a multi-year deal. New ideas…

Six Flags Over Georgia Fright Fest Casting Call

Calling all Professional Zombies, scare actors, Monsters and more.

1/1-1 Show Caption Hide Caption FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Good afternoon,   Six Flags Over Georgia is gearing up for its annual Fright Fest Halloween event and the park is holding three upcoming casting calls over the next two weeks, specifically looking to hire scare actors (zombies, monster and more): Dates: Tuesday, August 15 4-8pm; Sunday, August 20 1-5pm; Tuesday, August…

More Epilepsy Cases in the Us

CDC SAYS EPILEPSY GROWS AS THE POPULATION GROWS

    Cases of epilepsy are on the rise. The Centers for Disease Control analyzed national and state trends. Since 2010 the number of adults with the brain disorder rose from 2.3 million to 3 million. 470 thousand children have been diagnosed Epilepsy can cause a variety of seizures . Some are obvious when they cause patients to shake and…

Study Finds Airplanes are Filled with Germs

WHERE DID THEY FIND THE GERMS

  Study finds planes filled with germs. The next time you travel by plane you might want to pack some hand sanitizer. That’s because germs are lurking on tray tables, in the bathrooms and even on the overhead air vents. Swabs from four airplanes showed air vents contained more bacteria than the toilet flush button. Still , experts say you…

Taylor Swift Testifies

THE LATEST IN THE GROPING CASE INVOLVING TAYLOR SWIFT

The Latest in a groping case involving Taylor Swift :   4:45 p.m. Testimony has ended for the day in the groping case involving Taylor Swift. Thursday’s final witness was Stephanie Simbeck, a photographer who works for Swift and took a picture of her and the radio host accused of grabbing her backside during a photo op before a concert….

Taylor Swift testifies former DJ groped her under her skirt

1/1Taylor Swift Court Drawing Show Caption Hide Caption DENVER (AP) — Taylor Swift testified Thursday that a former radio DJ reached under her skirt and intentionally grabbed her backside during a meet-and-a-greet photo session before a 2013 concert in Denver. “He stayed attached to my bare ass-cheek as I lurched away from him,” the pop star testified during about an…

Google’s CEO of YouTube Talks Sexism in Tech

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption One of the top women at Google issued a response to a controversial memo swirling around her company. The internal memo written by an employee said gender bias exists because women are psychologically unsuited for tech jobs and more neurotic than men. Susan Wojcicki, CEO…

Younger Breast Cancer Patients Have Better Prognosis

ITALIAN STUDY OF BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

  New information for young breast cancer patients. The prognosis is improving for young breast cancer patients who choose more conservative treatments. A new Italian study followed 13-hundred patients under 40 who underwent a lumpectomy or radiation between 1997 and 2010. During this time, the number of recurrences and deaths decreased significantly. Researchers say these findings could help reduce the…