Author: P30 News

Remember that viral “Sesame Street” clip that had people debating whether Grover dropped the F-bomb? Well, on Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel resurfaced the video and asked a bunch of children to listen and settle the discussion once and for all. Some of their responses were priceless: RELATED… Kimmel Montage Nails 1 Key Difference Between Melania Trump […]

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Fifteen years after “The L Word” broke fresh ground for its portrayal of lesbian women on television, a much-anticipated sequel is officially in the works.  According to The Hollywood Reporter, Showtime executives confirmed plans for a revival of the series on Thursday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Los Angeles.  Though details were scarce, the […]

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Sybil Hicks’ death was announced by her children in the most amusing way. They penned a first-person obituary for their beloved mother in which they pretended that she boasted about finally having “the smoking hot body I have always wanted … having been cremated.” The tongue-in-cheek tribute for the late Baysville, Ontario, woman — who […]

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Companies that deal in the unhealthiest of foods are targeting television advertising at black and Hispanic youths, according to a new study, even after many of those corporations pledged their commitment to promoting healthier eating. Food companies spent $11 billion on television ads in 2017, and 80 percent of that, about $8.8 billion, was spent […]

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Weather forecaster Al Roker had little patience for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, who said this week that America was “getting soft” for closing schools in the Midwest in anticipation of record-breaking low temperatures.  The Republican governor appeared on 840 WHAS radio on Tuesday and said that he was concerned closing schools due to extremely cold […]

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PHOENIX (AP) — A federal judge has found four women guilty of entering a national wildlife refuge without a permit as they sought to place food and water in the Arizona desert for migrants. U.S. Magistrate Judge Bernardo Velasco’s ruling Friday marked the first conviction against humanitarian aid volunteers in a decade. The four found […]

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