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OJ Simpson seems to 'hypothetically' confess to murder in unseen TV footage


Levin explains, "He confessed". Around that time, HarperCollins' ReganBooks was set to release If I Did It , a hypothetical account of the June 12 murders told by Simpson. Simpson doesn't clarify what Charlie said was going on, but we can guess that it had to do with Goldman being at Nicole's home. Fox's broadcast of the long-lost interview of O.J. Read More »

Jarred Vanderbilt: Unlikely to play first weekend of tournament


DAVIDSON-Davidson has met the demands of playing in a more competitive conference. The Davidson Wildcats (21-11) are coming from an 58-57 win over Rhode Island to capture the A-10 Conference title. A familiar position but not for current players . For just the second time in program history, the Wildcats will be a No. 5 seed. While Calipari hasn't ruled Vanderbilt out for Thursday's first round matchup against Davidson, the coach noted he wouldn't play the freshman if he isn't 100 percent. Read More »

Browns LT Joe Thomas compares Tyrod Taylor to Russell Wilson


Then you have the very good chance that Cleveland adds Penn State running back Saquon Barkley into the backfield. However, contracts can not be executed until free agency officially kicks off at 4 p.m. One name that keeps getting rumored is receiver Corey Coleman . However, taking a running back with the first pick is not a logical move. "I think he's a great fit", Thomas said. Read More »

WWE On Xavier Woods' Status Following Fastlane Angle

AJ Styles was able to overcome John Cena , Kevin Owens , Sami Zayn , Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin to retain his WWE title in a Six-Pack Challenge. Even though it looks like WWE is just tossing six talented dudes into one match, it was really their only option. YES! This is the match that I have wanted to see every since Asuka won the 2018 Women's "Royal Rumble" match. Read More »

Six Nations: Ireland secure bonus-point win over Scotland


I thought we had improved but not as much as we needed to", the Australian told a news conference. "Our players tend to sit back and not go with the ball-carrier, because of habits they have, and we're working hard to change that habit, but when we're under pressure it comes back, therefore we get a gap between the ball-carrier and the second man". Read More »

Seko asks U.S. to exclude Japan from metal tariffs


President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs . Paul Czachor, CEO of American Keg Pottstown, which manufactures beer kegs using only American-made steel, said he is very concerned with the tariffs. Asked at the conference whether she was ready to react if the 28-country European Union was included in the USA tariffs, Ms Malmstrom said she stood ready to go to the WTO, the global trade arbiter, to impose the bloc's own safeguards within 90 days. Read More »

Huskies send three to indoor NCAA Championships


They are the reason why I'm here. Texas A&M will have little time to think about their NCAA Indoor Championship performances, as the outdoor season gets underway next weekend in Arizona at the Arizona State Baldy Castillo Invitational. The men finished in third place and the women finished in fourth place. It's the second national championship for the program in less than 12 months, after earning the program's first NCAA Division II outdoor track and field national title last May. Read More »

Marvel's Defenders Unlikely For Season 2


Rachel Taylor as Trish Walker has more screen time this time around than what I remember of her from last season. Of the 13-episode series, only the first five were made available by Netflix for the objective of this review and each one of those was able to keep me interested in the current and excited about the next. Read More »

Texas primaries kick off US midterm campaign


National Democrats are vowing to stick with their strategy of aggressive involvement in primary elections, even after their interference in a Texas House race seemed to boost the candidate they came out against - setting up more potential battles in advance of the May run-off. Read More »

'The Bachelor's Winner Speaks Out About Arie Luyendyk Jr. Following Their Breakup


After 25 minutes of agonizing apologies and crying - and Becca's continued requests for Arie to leave the house - he finally got in a auto and left his jilted fiancée crying alone. "All I wanted to say to Lauren was, 'I love you, '" he said, looking miserable. Will Arie get together with Lauren or will she reject him like he rejected Becca? Shortly after the breakup , Becca arrived, repeating similarly loving sentiments to a still-emotional Luyendyk Jr. Read More »

Margot Robbie Becomes Chanel Ambassador on Oscars Day


The Australian actress has certainly picked some impressively challenging parts since her Wolf of Wall Street breakthrough in 2013, but disgraced figure-skating star Tonya Harding is truly the role of a lifetime and has already earned Robbie Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations. Read More »

Japanese makeup artist wins Academy Award


On the other hand, Gary Oldman was given the Best Actor recognition for " Darkest Hour ", while Allison Janney was handed the Best Actress in a Supporting Role for " I, Tonya " and Sam Rockwell bagged the Best Actor in a Supporting Role for " Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ". Read More »

Politically charged Academy Awards flops - lowest rated ever


Jimmy Kimmel , left, congratulates Guillermo del Toro in the audience after winning the award for best picture for " The Shape of Water " at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Check the page the next day for winners. Still, I ended up leaving feeling good about the Best Picture victor because it is so deserving, stats be damned. Read More »

US House speaker urges Trump not to impose new tariffs -- spokeswoman


But Mr Trump pushed back during a White House meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. US President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports are a "black day" for the world and could hurt the Australian economy, according to BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie. Read More »

Chicago Teens Meet With Parkland Survivors To Discuss Gun Violence


In the two weeks since the Florida school massacre, state lawmakers around the country have introduced bills to ban bump stocks , ban assault weapons, and expand background checks - and also to arm teachers, lighten penalties for carrying without a permit, and waive handgun permit fees. Read More »

Oscars 2018: Nominees hit the red carpet on Hollywood's biggest night


While Seth Meyers may have had it tough as the first comedian to host a major awards show after Hollywood's explosive reckoning with sexual assault and power abuse in the industry, Kimmel will also have a lot of tricky currents event news to unpack as well - though he's used to dealing with sensitive matters at the Oscars , having had to handle last year's historic envelope mix up for Best Picture . Read More »

Oscar nominees with ties to Chicago head to Hollywood


The year after her big win, she arrived on the red carpet in an unflattering silver gown that bunched up the wrong places. If any film is going to upset it, we'll go with Get Out , a critical darling and box office hit that's a favorite of numerous Academy's younger, more diverse members . Read More »

Canada seeks exemption to Trump's steel tariffs, vows retaliation


President Trump is pushing for a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and 10 percent tariff on aluminum. "Whilst we have to resist any urge to mirror such protectionist moves, we must at the same time be clear-eyed and equip ourselves with tools to respond effectively and protect our interests when necessary", said U.K. Read More »

And the Oscar for the most tweeted-about film goes to…

It's looking likely that the 2018 Academy Awards , airing on Sunday, March 4, will also provide some unexpected delights - only this time , instead of presenters being handed the wrong envelope , it will be thanks to some major milestones that could be reached. Read More »