Trump’s Problem With Truth:

“Believe Me.”

Donald Trump wore those words out as a candidate as he beseeched voters to buy into his grand plans and promises on everything from crushing ISIS to building a great border wall.
Now, the question of whether Americans can trust Trump is again a dominant political theme after he was caught in a lie over claims that he was wiretapped by his predecessor Barack Obama.



LeBron James was not pleased with LaVar Ball after the father of UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball said the four-time NBA MVP’s sons would struggle to reach their potential because they’re living in their dad’s shadow.

“Keep my kids’ name out of your mouth; keep my family out of your mouth,” James told’s Dave McMenamin on Tuesday. “This is dad to dad. It’s a problem now.

“He can talk all about his brand, talk about his sons, talk about basketball, talk about me. But keep my family out of this.


‘All Hands On Deck’ For GOP, Trump As Health Care Vote Approaches:

President Donald Trump warned his fellow Republicans of big losses at the ballot box if they fail to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Wednesday and Thursday, we’ll learn if House Republicans heed that message and back legislation that has already tested the President’s political prowess and has Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan furiously counting every available vote. They must get 216 Republicans on board and can afford only 21 defections, if no Democrat joins them.

Hospital Recommends Beyonce And ABBA For CPR Training:

We always knew Missy Elliott’s music would save lives one day, and this week, New York Presbyterian Hospital confirmed our suspicions.

In an effort to help train first responders in hands-only CPR, the hospital dropped a 40-song playlist jam-packed with artists from Beyonce to Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The hospital site lists out all the CPR steps, but the key number to remember is 100 compressions per minute. That’s where the playlist comes in.

With every song bumping at the 100 beats-per-minute benchmark, each works as a guide for timing compressions.

Paris Jackson Makes Late-Night Debut:

Paris Jackson is stepping out from the shadow of her famous father.

The 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday and talked about everything from show business to how Zac Efron once broke her heart.
Jackson is modeling, has dabbled with songwriting and recently made her acting debut on the Fox drama “Star.” But she told Fallon she was not certain to become a performer like her father.

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