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Twins Separated as Babies Both Named High School Valedictorians

These two are taking twin telepathy to the next level. Audrey Doering and Gracie Rainsberry, identical twins who were separated after they were adopted from China in 2007, not only reunited 10...

Dwayne Johnson Looks Unrecognizable as UFC Champ in New Movie

The Rock is heading back into the ring. On May 21, Dwayne Johnson began filming The Smashing Machine, which has released the first photo of the actor on the set of the new movie. The...

Patrick Mahomes Addresses Chiefs Teammate Harrison Butker's Speech

Patrick Mahomes isn't throwing a flag on the play over his teammate Harrison Butker's controversial comments. In fact, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback would rather "judge him by the character...

Influencer’s 2-Year-Old Dies From Drowning in Pool While Parents Slept

Jasmine Yong is mourning a tragic loss.  The Malaysian influencer—who's known for her lifestyle, travel, beauty and fashion content on Instagram—shared that her and husband Lim Kong Wang's son...

Nordstrom’s Half-Yearly Sale: Home & Fashion Deals up to 60% off

We independently selected these deals and products because we love them, and we think you might like them at these prices. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a commission if you...

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Immigration law experts praise DOJ for filing lawsuit against Oklahoma

Those who work in immigration law said the legal action by the DOJ challenging Oklahoma's controversial immigration law was necessary.

Severe storm chance returns tomorrow

Severe storm chance returns tomorrow

'All hell broke loose': Passengers on Singapore Airlines flight describe nightmare at 37,000 feet

Passengers on a Singapore Airlines flight hit by severe turbulence on Tuesday described a sudden, dramatic drop as "all hell broke loose" on board airliner carrying 229 passengers and crew.

Meet Tenacity: The new space plane at Kennedy Space Center

The winged space vehicle is undergoing the last round of testing and proving ahead of its inaugural mission.

Norman leaders discuss possible 'sobering centers' to help those turned away from shelter

City council members heard concerns from residents about turning people, who were visibly intoxicated, away from a shelter

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