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Speculation heightening as Bears explore trade options for Jay Cutler

Speculation heightening as Bears explore trade options for Jay Cutler

Photos of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

With the opening of NFL free agency just a little more than two weeks away, the speculation circus is already raising its curtain. And as far as Bears fans are concerned, curiosity over Jay …

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Mom shares heartbreaking photo of 10-year-old son fighting cancer

Mom shares heartbreaking photo of 10-year-old son fighting cancer

Drake’s mother shared the post with their Facebook support group before sharing it with Love What Matters. ("Stinky Joe’s #1 Pit Crew" )

A Texas mother’s Facebook post about her young son battling cancer has gone viral.

Drake, 10, was …

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‘Big Brother 19’ Ratings: Viewers Turning ‘BB19’ Cast Into TV Gold, Veto Results Will Continue Trend

‘Big Brother 19’ Ratings: Viewers Turning ‘BB19’ Cast Into TV Gold, Veto Results Will Continue Trend

Big Brother 19 ratings have already been quite good for the reality competition show. Viewers are enjoying the BB19 cast so far and are turning the show into a winner for CBS this summer. A report from TV By The …

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SXSW: ‘Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo’ Bought by Gravitas

SXSW: ‘Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo’ Bought by Gravitas

Gravitas Ventures has acquired worldwide rights from Haviland Digital to the documentary “Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo” ahead of its world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival.

Gravitas is planning an April 14 day-and-date release in …

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Keys to life? Scientists explain how newly-discovered exoplanets could be habitable

Keys to life? Scientists explain how newly-discovered exoplanets could be habitable

About 40 light years from Earth, there is an intriguing system with a dim red star and seven alien worlds rapidly orbiting it.

And what makes the find so exciting is that three of those planets are in the "Goldilocks …

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VA Sec Shulkin Says Veterans Should Use The Private Sector If It’s Better Than VA

VA Sec Shulkin Says Veterans Should Use The Private Sector If It’s Better Than VA

David Shulkin testifies before the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee during his confirmation hearing on his nomination to be Veterans Affairs secretary on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., February 1, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin …

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Let Us Now Praise the Glorious Nothingness of HBO’s Game of Thrones Episode Descriptions

Let Us Now Praise the Glorious Nothingness of HBO’s Game of Thrones Episode Descriptions

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“Cersei (Lena Headey) has a drink. Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) thinks things over.”

Good news, everyone! The episode descriptions for the first three episodes of Game of Thrones’ seventh season have arrived, and they give us a great idea of …

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Essential Arts & Culture: Reconsidering intermission, design per the NRA, L.A.’s last adult cinemas

Essential Arts & Culture: Reconsidering intermission, design per the NRA, L.A.’s last adult cinemas

Daniel Oreskes, Michael Aronov and Anthony Azizi during a performance of "Oslo" in New York — a three-hour work of theater. (T Charles Erickson / Associated Press)

It’s a hot one, but thankfully we have plenty of cool reads. This …

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A very British EU: how Europe has been portrayed by thriller writers

A very British EU: how Europe has been portrayed by thriller writers

Over a year before the UK’s fateful EU membership referendum, BBC Four broadcast The Great European Disaster Movie. This was an “authored” documentary by Italian journalist Annalisa Piras. Co-produced with several European partners, it examined growing political tensions across the …

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Hundreds Protest in Hamburg as G-20 Begins

Hundreds Protest in Hamburg as G-20 Begins

Right Now World leaders are gathering in Hamburg, Germany, for the Group of 20 summit meeting.

• Several high-profile issues are on the agenda of the gathering, which gets underway midmorning:climate change, global trade, North Korea, Syria and Ukraine. Leaders …

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