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Mark Dantonio: 'Looking Forward to' Nebraska
Football Texture/iStockphoto (NEW YORK) -- Michigan State (10) will get all they can handle from Nebraska (19) on Saturday night. The Cornhuskers come into the game at 5-0 and Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio said he’ll make sure his team is ready for a fight. " [I'm] really looking forward to the
Les Miles: Excited to Play Auburn
Chris Graythen/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- Another chapter of the storied rivalry will resume on Saturday when Auburn (5) will host Louisiana State University (15). LSU comes into the game at 4-1 and 0-1 in the SEC. Tigers head coach Les Miles is looking forward to going up against Auburn. "Anytime
Unemployment Claims Fall to 287K
iStock/Thinkstock (WASHINGTON) -- Jobless claims dipped lower last week, decreasing by 8,000, according to the latest figures released Thursday by the Labor Department . For the week ending Sept. 27, the number of people filing for benefits fell to 287,000. The previous week claims stood at ...
Ebola Patient's Texas Contacts Zoom to 80, Authorities Say
Hemera/Thinkstock (DALLAS) -- The number of people who came into contact with Texas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has zoomed from as many as 18 to 80, health officials in Texas announced in a statement Thursday. Duncan, a Liberian man who is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United ...
Court Fight Builds over Virtual Marilyn Monroe
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images (LOS ANGELES) -- A California company is fighting to reanimate the original blond bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, similarly to other deceased celebrities such as Elvis Presley, Tupac Shakur and Michael Jackson. The icon has been dead for 52 years, but a court fight ...
Hold the Ice: Latest Celebrity Awareness Hashtag Is Nuts
Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- Move over, ice water buckets: a new viral campaign has male celebrities grabbing their packages to raise awareness for testicular cancer. Both to get the word out about the disease -- and possibly remedy any remedial "shrinkage" from all those ALS Ice ...
"Bad Judge," "A to Z," "Gracepoint" Premiere Thursday Night
NBCUniversal (NEW YORK) -- Here's a schedule of Thursday night's TV premieres, with brief descriptions of new series. All times Eastern: NBC Bad Judge , 9 p.m. -- Kate Walsh plays a tough and wild Los Angeles judge. Will Ferrell is one of the executive producers of the comedy. A to Z , 9:30 p.m. --
"Real Housewives" Shake Up: Bethenny Frankel Reportedly Back, Porsha Williams Out
Charles Sykes/Bravo (NEW YORK) -- There's shake up in the casts of Bravo's Real Housewives franchise. In New York, Bethenny Frankel is set to rejoin the cast of Real Housewives of New York City , US Weekly reports. The former talk show host is coming back to the series after leaving four years ago.
Alyssa Milano Leaving ABC's "Mistresses"
ABC/RICHARD CARTWRIGHT (LOS ANGELES) -- Though the ABC series Mistresses has been picked up for a third season, star Alyssa Milano will not be a part of it. Milano has announced on her website that she is leaving the soapy drama. She explained that production is being moved from Los Angeles to ...
#SecretService Director Julia Pierson resigns
The head of the Secret Service resigned, 5 children are under Ebola watch after coming in contact with patient in Texas and why pigeons should steer clear of China.
Even as Julia Pearson resigned as head of the Secret Service yesterday White House spokesman Josh Earnest was still cautious with his remarks. The president has nothing. But the highest regard for than men and women -- Secret Service these are individuals who were highly trained. Highly skilled professionals. -- wake up every morning prepared to put their lives on the line. To protect first -- and protect the White House . Meanwhile Wall Street Journal reporter Colleen McCain Nelson says that measured tone. Demonstrates the complexity of the relationship between the president and his security detail Colleen house so. As says fewer kind of erupted about the security lapses that the White House and then the secret services men stats. We heard from a lot of lawmakers demanding -- in expressing outrage that they respond. From the White House up until the very moment that the director of the Secret Service to resign with. With a lot more measured and they -- the White House continued to say that the president had full confidence in the Secret Service and it's director. And part of that is because it didn't really complex relationship between the president and his security apparatus the need Secret Service agent -- -- with protecting his life. And -- certainly become very close with this Secret Service detail. That surround them 24/7 and so it's tough for the president to then come out and say. I don't have confidence in them or to criticize them believe we've seen the White House walk a fine line is they've tried to navigate this. As security crisis. With the president not taking a hard stance on this I'm sure he has some not happy. Right there certainly have been called -- for the president to be more. More impassioned about this to be angrier about this Q and two to call for heads to roll. And and it yeah White House stayed firm no White House set up until the moment that Julian Peterson resigned. That the president has confidence in her and then. -- -- then resigned to I have said well the the president