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Jennifer Lopez Reacts to Fan's Viral In-Flight Request to Watch Hustlers

Nobody rides harder for you than your fans--and Jennifer Lopez knows it. During a flight from New York to Los Angeles, a J.Lo stan if there ever was one, made a special request to...

How the Cast of Fuller House Prepared to Say Goodbye, Or Not

It's so hard to say goodbye, but that's what the cast of Fuller House is currently having to deal with. Those goodbyes might not be forever according to John Stamos, but...

Katherine McNamara Says Mia Will Go to Extreme Lengths to Get Oliver Back in Crisis on Infinite Earths

Two episodes down, three to go. The second part of Crisis on Infinite Earths just aired, and things aren't looking good for the multiverse in any way, shape, or form. First, we lost...

Emma Watson Is ''So Happy'' People Feel Empowered by her ''Self-Partnered'' Label

Emma Watson is giving the vibes we're bringing with us into the next decade. In a recent interview with Vogue, the actress revealed that she's entering the next decade with a new...

Nick Cannon Blasts Eminem in New Diss Track "The Invitation"

UPDATE: Eminem isn't standing down in his feud against Nick Cannon. Hours after the television personality blasted the hip-hop legend with a diss track titled "The Invitation," Eminem...

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Point of view: Why we voted no confidence at the University of Tulsa

By Jacob HowlandOn Nov. 13, the faculty of the University of Tulsa held a referendum on the administration.

X-rays and CTs and MRIs, oh my!

By Dr. Stephen Prescott and Adam CohenFor The OklahomanAdam’s JournalIn the wake of my recent hip injury, I’ve spent a lot of time with doctors and other health care providers.

Health Notes

Staff and wire reportsPotential Alzheimer's drug gets cautious reviewSome of the nation's top neuroscientists responded with cautious optimism to a detailed presentation Thursday from pharmaceutical company Biogen about an experimental drug that appears to slow the brain's deterioration in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.

OU football: Jalen Hurts set for NYC trip as a Heisman finalist, but Sooners QB eyes a bigger prize

By Ryan AberStaff writerraber@oklahoman.comNORMAN — Unlike the two players who preceded him as the Sooners’ quarterback, Jalen Hurts never talked about standing on a stage in New York hoisting the Heisman Trophy.Kyler Murray, last year’s winner, talked about it being a lifelong dream to win the iconic trophy.Baker Mayfield, who won in 2017, also wanted to take home the award.But like Mayfield and Murray before him, Hurts is heading to the Big Apple.Monday night, Hurts was named a Heisman Trophy finalist.The Sooners have had a player finish in the top five for five consecutive seasons now and a finalist for four-straight years.The other Heisman finalists are LSU quarterback Joe Burrow and a pair of Ohio State standouts — quarterback Justin Fields and defensive end Chase Young.The number of finalists fluctuate depending on where a natural break is in the voting totals.A quarterback has won the award in 16 of the last 19 season.

Morning Roundup: Strasburg gets record deal from Nationals

MLBStrasburg gets record deal from NationalsStephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals agreed to a $245 million, seven-year contract Monday, the first significant announcement at this week's winter meetings in San Diego.A 31-year-old right-hander, the World Series MVP received the highest deal for a pitcher in both total dollars and average annual value at $35 million.PHILLIES: Signed pitcher Zack Wheeler to a five-year, $188 million contract.

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