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Tina Knowles Lawson Beyonce Long Hair Instagram

[ad_1] Source: Johnny Nunez / Getty Does she wear a weave, or it all hers, or both? This is the question everyone is asking right now about Beyoncé! Apparently, her mother Tina Knowles-Lawson recently posted a pic on Instagram showing off her daughter’s long locks in a low ponytail, claiming all this growth was au natural. “INCHES!!!! So happy my baby’s hair grew back !! She is going to get me ,” the proud mama wrote in a caption.   Now clearly, this sparked a serious debate. Take a look at some of the comments: Shortly after, Queen Bey herself posted some pics of her hair as...

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Maame Biney First Black Woman Winter Olympics Speedskating

[ad_1] Source: JEWEL SAMAD / Getty #BlackGirlMagic is real y’all. From Hollywood sets to science labs to the Olympic stage, there isn’t a realm of this world that we can’t succeed at or make history in. Case in point: 17-year-old Maame Biney just became the first Black woman to make the U.S. Olympic team in speedskating! According to NBC Sports, Biney solidified her covered spot after a pair of victories in two qualifying 500 meters races. In addition, the Ghana beat out Olympians Lana Gehring, Jessica Kooreman, and Katherine Reutter-Adamek for her historic win. “I can’t believe it, aww geez,” she said after the race. “It’s a really good feeling,...

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Hundreds get sick on Royal Caribbean cruise ship

[ad_1] Story highlightsThe cruise line says more than 300 people fell ill among more than 5,000 passengers and crewRoyal Caribbean said it's taking "intensive sanitary procedures" to minimize riskDuring the five-night cruise, 332 cases of the illness were reported, Owen Torres, a spokesman for Royal Caribbean told CNN in a statement. He stressed that it was a small percentage -- 5.99% -- of the more than 5,000 passengers and crew onboard the ship, Independence of the Seas."Those affected by the short-lived illness were treated by our ship's doctors with over-the-counter medication," Torres said, "and we hope all our guests feel...

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‘SNL’ has a special Christmas message from Baldwin’s Trump

[ad_1] "Saturday Night Live" opened with a Christmas message from President Donald Trump. It's the most wonderful time of the year and "Saturday Night Live" had a special Christmas message from President Donald Trump on Saturday night. "The war on Christmas is over," Alec Baldwin's Trump said opening Saturday night's show. "It will soon be replaced by the war with North Korea." Baldwin's Trump stood alongside his wife, Cecily Strong's Melania Trump, as the two wished a Merry Christmas to all from the White House. "It's Christmas time. Soon white Santa...

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Hollywood execs name Anita Hill to lead anti-harassment effort

[ad_1] As sexual harassment scandals continue to roil the media and entertainment industries, Hollywood executives are banding together to address the underlying issues. On Friday, top players came together to form the Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace. Anita Hill will chair the commission. "Following widespread revelations of pervasive sexual harassment and assault in the media and entertainment industries, executives, independent experts and advisors have come together in a unanimous effort to tackle the broad culture of abuse and...

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K. Michelle And Loni Love End Their Nasty Feud

[ad_1] Source: Prince Williams / Getty It looks like K. Michelle and Loni Love have buried the hatchet. After the singer was a guest on The Real this week to promote her new album, she posted online a pic of herself and Love all smiles and throwing up Delta Sigma Theta signs of sisterhood. “Delta Sigma Theta. Black Girl magic. We are better in unity than at odds. Beautiful spirit. Glad we got to really speak,” K. Michelle wrote.   Love posted up the same picture with the following caption: “Sisterhood is not always by blood but by experiences … Thxs @kmichellemusic for being so open and...

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Mattis says North Korea missile can’t reach US

[ad_1] North Korea's November ICBM "has not yet shown to be a capable threat against us right now," Mattis said during an off-camera briefing with reporters at the Pentagon on Friday. He added that the United States is still assessing the situation. "We are still examining the forensics, we're still doing the forensics analysis, it takes a while," he said.Pyongyang tested a new missile on November 28 that flew higher and farther than any previous launch, and bragged afterward that its new Hwasong-15 could deliver nuclear warheads anywhere in the US.At the time, Mattis noted that the launch showed that...

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Sexual harassment allegations swirl around ESPN

[ad_1] ESPN is denying allegations of sexual harassment against one of its anchors, John Buccigross. In addition to denying the allegations, ESPN also on Thursday released text messages between the alleged victim and Buccigross to show that they had, in ESPN's words, a "consensual, personal friendship that spanned months." The Boston Globe had reported Thursday evening that Adrienne Lawrence, a former on-air personality, lodged a complaint in which she claimed she was sexually harassed by Buccigross and then faced retaliation from ESPN for...

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Russian election date set for March 2018

[ad_1] The decision was made by Russia's upper house of parliament, the Federation Council.Incumbent President Vladimir Putin, the heavy favorite to win, announced on Thursday during his annual press conference that he would seek re-election as an independent candidate -- his fourth presidential bid -- in order to gain the support of multiple political parties who "support" his views.He said his aim was for Russia to have a "competitive" and "balanced" political system but that it was not his responsibility to create his own opponents.Putin added Russia should be as competitive politically as it is economically. "I want this and...

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