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Bevell was asked Wednesday about a Facebook post from Marshawn Lynch's mom that called for him to be fired.
Over the past year, T.I. has come to the defense of Azalea amid a number of controversies.
The pop star's mom has taken aim at "bogus" tabloid rumors.
In two years, Netflix and Amazon have drawn top names across film and TV, enticing them with creative liberty, freedom from time constraints, and no fears of offending advertisers.
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Sehome boys beat city rival Bellingham on the court
The "Matrix" star was recently cast as real-life author Alex Haley in the revamp, taking over the role originated by James Earl Jones in the 1977 mini-series.
In 2014, a family with two adults and two children was categorized as in poverty if their income was less than $24,008.
The Army is set to hold an Article 32 hearing for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who faces military charges for leaving his post in Afghanistan
The two suspended New England Patriots employees who were implicated in the "Deflategate" saga surrounding footballs used by quarterback Tom Brady were given permission to return to the team.
Facebook users took to the social media site on Wednesday to react to the company's decision to test what Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg called a "dislike button" - and not everyone liked the idea.
The former athlete is serving five years in prison for shooting his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead at his home in South Africa in 2013, but prosecutors in the country are pushing for a retrial on a charge of murder.
Fresh off a bye week, Jordan Spieth looks to get back on track at Conway Farms teeing it up with the other 69 top ranked players in the FedExCup standings.
The Rolling Stones plan to record a new album next year, the band's 25th U.S. studio set and its first in more than a decade, lead guitarist Keith Richards says.
It took the Rev. Bob Simon some 10 months to create the architectural feat.
U.S. Senators Chuck Schumer and Ben Cardin, senior Democrats who oppose the nuclear agreement with Iran, will vote against a Republican effort to require new conditions before President Barack Obama could lift any sanctions under the deal, aides said on Wednesday.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump came under heavy attack from his rivals in a contentious U.S. presidential debate, and former Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Carly Fiorina emerged from the back of the pack to lead the charge.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Wednesday warned that continued uncertainty about U.S. military spending levels would send "the wrong message at the wrong time" when Russia and China are rapidly advancing their technologies.
Olive Garden is bringing back its "Pasta Pass" that lets people eat on as much pasta as they want for a limited time.