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She told USA Today , "It was such ideal timing: Ken just jumped from the stage to help". Holmberg told USAToday that it was at first tough for Jeong to tell what was happening, because the stage lights were in his eyes. Jeong received his medical degree in 1995 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, though he soon began moonlighting as a comic. He leveraged his medical experience in a short performance in the film " Knocked Up " and in his own sitcom "Dr.
  • Trump paid doorman $30K to keep quiet about a secret child

    Trump paid doorman $30K to keep quiet about a secret child

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    The parent company of the National Enquirer , a noted ally to President Donald Trump , allegedly paid his former doorman tens of thousands of dollars for exclusive rights to a story they never meant to publish. But when asked for more details on the rumor or the deal, he refused to talk and said: "If there's no money involved with it, I'm not getting involved".
  • Trump Calls Chinese Tariffs on American Cars 'Stupid'

    Trump Calls Chinese Tariffs on American Cars 'Stupid'

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    Trump said . "We've been in touch with North Korea ", Mr. Trump said at the beginning of a cabinet meeting at the White House. China is threatening the tariffs in response to Trump moving to enact protectionist measures as punishment for Chinese theft of US intellectual property.
  • Brock Lesnar signs new WWE deal and Roman Reigns rematch is confirmed

    Brock Lesnar signs new WWE deal and Roman Reigns rematch is confirmed

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    Apparently, Brock Lesnar walked backstage after the match was over and was very angry at something that took place. Some moments were outstanding, while others were freaky and downright bad. Nia dominated the match completely to start off. The way she handled Alexa Bliss was impressive. A stunning debut, puzzling and unpopular results, and the return of multiple legends to in-ring action.
  • She Doin' it! Tiffany Haddish to Executive Produce New HBO Comedy 'Unsubscribed'

    She Doin' it! Tiffany Haddish to Executive Produce New HBO Comedy 'Unsubscribed'

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    Tiffany gained fame after she appeared in last year's film Girls Trip . The big projects just keep coming her way. Haddish also described an encounter she had with Brad Pitt in an elevator recently. This marks Roquemore's first outing as a writer, as she is known primarily for her acting work. Haddish will also be the executive producer for Universal Studio's upcoming flick, The Temp .
  • Robert Downey Jr., 'Avengers: Infinity War' directors try to maintain secrecy

    Robert Downey Jr., 'Avengers: Infinity War' directors try to maintain secrecy

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    Digital Spy is the first outlet to share their social media reactions to 30 minutes of the film on the press tour. To address this issue, sibling film-makers Joe and Anthony Russo have penned a special note for fans. They say "only a handful of people know the film's true plot". Black Panther stars Danai Gurira , Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright and Winston Duke also appear in Infinity War , the third outing in the Avengers series .
  • "Black Panther" Becomes Highest-Grossing Superhero Film Ever

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    According to The Hollywood Reporter , projected weekend numbers put director Ryan Coogler's Marvel movie ahead of The Avengers' $623.4 million haul in 2012, adjusted for inflation. The film's box office success has been due mostly to its domestic performance. " Black Panther " is now on pace to surpass " Titanic " as the third-largest domestic release by the end of its US run.
  • Stocks tumble as investors fear escalating USA and China trade conflict

    Stocks tumble as investors fear escalating USA and China trade conflict

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    In announcing the planned tariffs , the commerce ministry said China would also "take legal action within the framework of the World Trade Organisation". China's goods exports to the United States rose by $43 billion in 2017 alone. Agricultural communities across the USA fear escalating trade tensions will increase prices of US goods overseas and harm their business.