Normally, the Democratic party tends to stay out of the Democratic primary. But yesterday, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee did something unusual. They posted a list of reasons why Texans should vote against Laura Moser, one of seven candidates running for the Democratic nomination in Texas‘s 7th district. At first glance, Moser is exactly the
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(PLANT CITY, Fla.) A Florida teen who had been battling a rare form of cancer has died less than a month after marrying his high school sweetheart. Brittany Hails said on social media that her brother, 19-year-old Dustin Snyder, got his wings Friday. Snyder made national news last month when he married 21-year-old Sierra
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Prepare for the year of Janelle Mone, who is teasing the release of her upcoming project Dirty Computer with a powerful mix of music and visuals, starting with the sultry funk of Make Me Feel. Meanwhile, country star Kacey Musgraves is kicking off her own return to the scene with two tracks, including the fresh,
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Not even a fall can get Mirai Nagasu down. After finishing 10th overall in the women‘s individual figure skating final at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, some skaters might be a bit downcast about their dashed dreams of medal glory. But not Nagasu, who flubbed an opening jump during the performance of her long
"Are we going to be able to say to our grandchildren, ‘I was there when the walls came down‘?"
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Tore Ovrebo can be forgiven for having a little swagger as the 2018 Winter Olympic Games near their end in PyeongChang. Well, as much as swagger as is acceptable for a Norwegian. Ovrebo is the director of elite sport for the Olympiatoppen, an organization of scientists, trainers and nutritionists who work with Olympic athletes across
"I think that‘s so magical and wonderful that a place like this still exists"
Mikaela Shiffrin is the best women‘s skier in the world, a designation she strengthened with her gold and silver medals at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang. To get to this point, Shiffrin began skiing when she was two, under the guidance of her parents Jeff, an anesthesiologist, and Eileen, a former intensive care
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Nadezhda Sergeeva, pilot of the two-woman bobsled team representing the Olympic Athletes from Russia, proudly proclaimed her anti-doping stance when she appeared in a YouTube video wearing a sweatshirt with the slogan I don‘t do doping stamped brightly across the front. But that slogan isn‘t ringing so true today, after Russian Bobsled Federation president Alexander
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