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Five moments when Matt Lauer's on-air behavior raised eyebrows

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8 Funniest Moments In Justice League

“Well, That’s Rude.” The Flash (Ezra Miller) may not have much combat experience to offer the League, but what he lacks in punches, he makes up for in punchlines. The Flash is one of the greener superheroes on the team and isn’t totally up on all the various protocols, like disappearing during a rooftop conversation. Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and ...

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Kim Kardashian Talks Kanye West, Justin Bieber, O.J. Simpson & More With Jennifer Lawrence: Top 5 Moments!

The ultimate Kardashian fan was invited over to Kris Jenner’s house for dinner two weeks ago and things got pretty insane. “I’ve never seen my mom more drunk in our lives,” Kim said of momager Jenner. She then shared a video of Lawrence and Jenner doing a kick line while holding up cocktails. But it turns out, that wasn’t even ...

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Kim Kardashian Gives Best Interview Ever Thanks to Superfan Jennifer Lawrence: Top 5 Moments!

The ultimate Kardashian fan was invited over to Kris Jenner’s house for dinner two weeks ago and things got pretty insane. “I’ve never seen my mom more drunk in our lives,” Kim said of momager Jenner. She then shared a video of Lawrence and Jenner doing a kick line while holding up cocktails. But it turns out, that wasn’t even ...

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‘Mindhunter’ Cast on the FBI’s Obsession, Getting Personal, and the Moments That Most Got Under Their Skin

Back in the 1970s, the focus of solving crimes was still very prominently on the “who” and the “what.” It was men like John E. Douglas and Robert Ressler, the first FBI criminal profilers on whom the lead characters of Netflix’s “Mindhunter” are loosely based, who paved the way for the “why” — a new way of investigating some of ...

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