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Get Crest 3D Whitestrips for under $40 at Amazon

Shop this Amazon Labor Day deal to save on the best-selling whitening strips.


Paris Jackson slams ‘abuse’ from Michael Jackson superfans over birthday post for King of Pop

Paris Jackson revealed superfans have harassed her over sharing a birthday post for her late father Michael Jackson.

‘I find it wrong’: Cosmetics brand ends Alice Cooper collection after he called trans people a ‘fad’

Alice Cooper’s partnership with Vampyre Cosmetics ended after the rock performer called “cases of transgender” a “fad” in an interview.

Oh, behave! Expert tips to make your flight more pleasant for everyone | Cruising Altitude

Every passenger has a role to play in making flying as pleasant as possible. Etiquette experts share their top tips for how to comport yourself.


Eight college football rivalries lost and regained in the latest realignment

College realignment has been lamented for the impact it’s had on football rivalries. A look at series expected to be lost and regained in the future.


Pregnant woman suspected of shoplifting alcohol shot dead by police in Ohio

Ta’Kiya Young, 21, was shot and killed Thursday evening by police officers responding to reports that she had stolen liquor from a Kroger store.


Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn addresses struggles after retirement, knee replacement

Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn opens up about post-retirement health issues and how she hopes her present helps shape her future.


Narcan nasal spray for overdoses will be available over the counter at three pharmacies

Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid’s plans come after the Food and Drug Administration approved selling the drug, which reverses opioid overdoses, over the counter.


When’s the best time to sell or buy a used car? It may be different than you remember.

The pandemic not only jolted used car prices, but it shifted the best times to sell or buy a used car. Find out what the new times for each are now.

As new BA.2.86 COVID variant emerges, America lifts middle finger to the same old mandates

Public health officials got so much wrong in the COVID-19 pandemic, and asserted it with such confidence, that Americans won’t soon trust them again.


Could Donald Trump be off the 2024 ballot? Republicans in a crucial state struggle over the question.

Legal questions over whether former President Donald Trump is disqualified from running for president are picking up steam in New Hampshire.


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