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  • Jussie Smollett's Empire Return: Fox Boss Says It's Not Happening

    The question surrounding Jussie Smollett‘s potential return to Empire for the Fox drama’s series finale this May can now be definitively answered. “We’re not going to bring Jussie back to the show,” Fox entertainment president Michael Thorn tells TVLine. “There were a number of factors that went into the decision to not bring him back. There were many [

    TVLine
  • Fox Sports’ Charissa Thompson engaged to agent Kyle Thousand

    Charissa Thompson is kicking off the new year as a future Mrs. The Fox Sports personality announced her engagement to sports agent Kyle Thousand on Wednesday, confirming the exciting news with a “YES!” on Instagram. Thousand, the managing director of baseball at Roc Nation Sports, also gushed about the scenic proposal, which appeared to take

    New York Post
  • Austrian conservatives and Greens reach coalition deal, Greens say

    Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz on Wednesday reached a coalition deal with the Greens to ensure his return to power and bring the left-wing party into government for the first time, a Greens spokeswoman and a source close to the talks said.

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  • Austrian conservatives and Greens reach coalition deal, Greens say

    Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz on Wednesday reached a coalition deal with the Greens to ensure his return to power and bring the left-wing party into government for the first time, a Greens spokeswoman and a source close to the talks said.

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  • Conservatives angry at Burger King over ad where someone says "Damn that's good"

    In today's era of genteel moderation and respectful political leadership, foul language has become a shocking outrage on those rare occasions it shows up in our broader culture. Now Burger King has ruined everything by using the phrase "Damn that's good" in a burger ad, unleashing the forces of incivility, blasphemy and obscenity. A conservative group is duly up in arms. a big deal just became a bigger deal. the Impossible Whopper is available nationwide starting 8/8....

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  • Mountain West reaches 6-year deals with CBS, Fox Sports

    DENVER (AP) - The Mountain West has agreed to six-year media rights deals with CBS Sports and Fox Sports that are worth a combined $270 million. The agreements include football and men's basketball. The deals begin in 2020-21 and run through the 2025-26 season, the conference announced Thursday. There

    The Washington Times
  • Pompeo says Trump did not threaten to target Iranian cultural sites: Fox

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denied on Sunday that President Donald Trump said he would target Iranian cultural sites if Tehran retaliates against the killing of military commander Qassem Soleimani by a U.S. drone strike.

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