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November 22, 2016 11:00 PM Obama awards Medal of Freedom to a star-studded list of 21 recipients

President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom Tuesday to 21 recipients, a collection of celebrities, athletes, activists and scientists who embodied his progressive vision. Obama has not stinted on handing out the nation’s highest civilian honor during his time in office: He has bestowed it on at least 114 individuals, more than any of his predecessors 65

November 22, 2016 5:00 PM Sacramento Radio Station Bans Kanye West's Music

After criticizing radio generally from his stage in Sacramento, West lost at least one fan. Kanye West's performance at Sacramento's Golden 1 Center on Saturday night (Nov. 19) was cut short after just 30 minutes following a lengthy, now-standard monologue from the MC -- who was reportedly an hour-and-a-half late -- that targeted Beyonce, Jay Z, Hillary 52

November 22, 2016 1:19 PM Jennifer Aniston shocks audience by mentioning 'sex toys' on live TV

Jennifer Aniston shocked "The One Show" viewers as she mentioned “sex toys” live on air – moments before meeting a group of disabled children. The actress, 47, was on the show to discuss her new movie "Office Christmas Party," and had the chance to share the sofa with the inspirational Rickshaw team. However, it all got very awkward very quickly, as the film’s 37

November 22, 2016 12:53 AM Hit by a car, he fell 50 feet into an icy river with a broken leg. And survived

Early Monday morning, Steven Arrasmith, 34, of Mesa, Idaho, pulled over on the Snake River Bridge between Oregon and Idaho to help a fellow motorist who'd been in a crash. Moments later, he was in the Snake River 50 feet below. According to Oregon State Police, Arrasmith had stopped his 2016 Jeep behind a 2008 Chevrolet Colorado that had hit black ice and crashed 28

November 22, 2016 12:50 AM Bernie Sanders' revolution still strong

Bernie Sanders' long-anticipated working class revolt erupted on Election Day. But in a cruel twist of fate, it catapulted a billionaire into the White House. Despite Sanders' pleas to his supporters to vote for Hillary Clinton, he understands why some of his blue-collared voters flocked to Trump. And considering how closely Trump won states like Michigan 74

November 21, 2016 8:34 PM U.S. Soccer pulls the plug on its grand Jurgen Klinsmann experiment

Defiant to the last, Jurgen Klinsmann maintained this weekend that a U.S. national team in “a transitional phase” remained on course to reach Russia and that he needed more time to implement his ambitious plans for the program. He’s not going to get it. After all, Klinsmann already has had more than five years, and with next to no tangible improvement 65

November 21, 2016 8:17 PM Coyotes say Craig Cunningham critical but stable after collapse

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona Coyotes coach Dave Tippett says minor leaguer Craig Cunningham is in critical condition but stable after collapsing on the ice before a Tucson Roadrunners game Saturday. Tippett said at Coyotes practice on Monday that the team would not comment on Cunningham's condition any further out of respect for the family. Cunningham, Tucson's 36

November 21, 2016 6:12 PM San Antonio police say attacker who ambushed officer was targeting ‘the uniform’

Police in San Antonio said Monday that they did not believe the fatal shooting of an officer there was tied to another ambush in St. Louis that occurred hours later. “I will say that it is certainly a coincidence, but we’re not going to venture to say that it’s connected,” San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said. Authorities continued Monday to hunt for a suspect 69

November 21, 2016 11:33 AM How to pay for Donald Trump’s trillion-dollar agenda? Congressional Republicans aren’t saying

President-elect Donald Trump intends to launch a broad legislative agenda that includes cutting taxes, rolling back the Affordable Care Act, growing the military and rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure. The question is how congressional Republicans, after eight years of apocalyptic warnings about the growing national debt, will respond to the dire fiscal 51

November 21, 2016 9:22 AM Strong, sometimes foul political language marks the AMAs

Less than two weeks after the presidential election, President-Elect Donald Trump was bound to be hot and divisive topic at the show. And the insults and jokes came from all sides, including the hosts, the presenters and the performers. Co-hosts Gigi Hadid and Jay Pharoah started off the show with not-so-great impressions of Melania and Donald Trump 65