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"It was not my best time": Bill Clinton gets a chance on Lewinsky questions

Former President Bill Clinton appears with his host Stephen Colbert while on Tuesday he published his book "The President is Missing" in "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" (Scott Kowalchyk / AP) An opportunity for one "Do-over," former President Bill Clinton confirmed Tuesday night that his treacherous response this week to questions about Monica Lewinsky "was not my best hour." …

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"I'm naked most of the time"

Kim Kardashian at Rick Owens at the CFDA Awards [Photo: ANGELA WEISS, AFP / Getty Images] NEW YORK – Kim Kardashian West took the Influencer Award of the CFDA on Monday evening with a dose of self-deprecating humor contrary. "I'm kind of shocked, I get a fashion award when I'm naked most of the time," she said, before she became …

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"I can not waste my time" on alienated daughter

Anthony Hopkins's recent remarks suggest that there is no room for reconciliation with his estranged daughter Abigail. "Your choice is your choice," Anthony, 80, told The Times of London. "You know, I did my best, but you know, OK, I think, if someone does not want to be part of my life, okay, go and do whatever you want, I …

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Steve Kerr of Warrior says: "We are reaching the right time"

Want Warriors news in your inbox? Sign up for the free DubsDaily newsletter. OAKLAND – The term once caused Draymond Green to lower his eyebrows, scratch his head, and question a reporter. [91959003] On November 9, Green did not exactly agree that Warrior Guard Stephen Curry reached its peak only in his ninth NBA season. However, on Friday, Green explained …

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"It takes a terribly long time!" Says scientist before assisted suicide

David Goodall reacts during a news conference one day before he wants to take life in assisted suicide, in Basel Thomson Reuters By John Miller ZURICH (Reuters) – A 104-year-old Australian scientist killed himself on Thursday in Switzerland by delivering a lethal injection of assisted suicide. He hoped to trigger milder euthanasia laws in his homeland. Born in the UK …

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"It takes a terribly long time!" Says scientist before assisted suicide

ZURICH (Reuters) – A 104-year-old Australian scientist killed himself on Thursday in Switzerland by a lethal injection of assisted suicide, which he hoped would trigger milder euthanasia laws in his home country. Born in England, David Goodall, who was not terminally ill, personally triggered a lethal dose of barbiturate and died at 1030 GMT in a clinic near Basel, the …

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Kanye West calls Kim Kardashian the "Marie Antoinette of our time"

Kanye West says that Mrs. Kim Kardashian is "a Marie Antoinette of our time". The notorious rapper and fashion designer dropped this notion in a sinuous and deep conversation with interior designer Axel Vervoordt in The Hollywood Reporter on art, design, philosophy and a book West writes. Vervoordt, a living legend in the design and art world, worked together to …

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Kanye West calls Kim Kardashian "Marie Antoinette of our time"

His wife is one of the most influential social media stars, but Kanye West is not the biggest fan of "influencers". "That's a big phrase people are using right now: influencers – I do not want anyone to influence," says the rapper, 40, in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter He talks to interior designer Axel Vervoordt about fashion, …

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Massive 205 million-year-old ichthyosaur fossil discovered, "one of the greatest animals of all time"

The massive jawbone of a 205-million-year-old ichthyosaur was discovered in southwestern England and is "one of the largest animals that ever lived" – almost as big as a blue whale. The findings, published in the journal PLOS, show that the ichthyosaur lived near the time of the late Triassic extinction event and could represent the largest known fossil of an …

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205-million-year-old jawbone discovered from "One of the greatest animals of all time"

A 205-million-year-old prehistoric reptilian bone, found on a beach in England, is one of the "largest animals" ever to live, according to an international research team. The jawbone comes from a giant ichthyosaur, estimated by experts to be as much as 26 meters long, approaching the size of some blue whales, the largest animal that ever existed. Ichthyosaurs are large …

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