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Koppel says Hannity is 'bad for America'; Hannity fires back
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March 26, 2017 5:39 PM EST

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Veteran newsman Ted Koppel told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he is "bad for America" in an interview that aired on CBS' "Sunday Morning" that quickly became a trending topic on social media Sunday.

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Sun Mar 26 22:43:31 EDT 2017

Kim Kardashian West is trying for baby no. 3!

In a new promo for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kardashian West reveals she is struggling with the possibility of a high-risk pregnancy as she and husband Kanye West try to conceive again.

“I want my kids to have siblings, but the doctors don’t feel like it’s safe for me,” Kardashian West says in the clip.

The reality star, 36, is currently mom to North, 3, and Saint, 1.


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Kardashian West has previously discussed her difficult pregnancies and weighed her options from doctors on the show.

In one episode last fall, mom Kris Jenner told her, “You could bleed to death.”

The new clip – which dropped Sunday night – is the first time she has revealed that she is trying for a third child.

“I’m going to try to have one more baby,” she tells sisters Kourtney and Khloe.

The clip shows Khloe’s shocked face, as Kris warns her, “I don’t want you to do something that would put you in danger.”

Sun Mar 26 22:11:46 EDT 2017


It’s going to be a long road for Kim Kardashian West.

On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the entire Kardashian family gathered for a family dinner at Kourtney‘s house. While together, Kim learned that a costume company had used her traumatic robbery experience in order to create a Halloween costume.

“It really is hard when people don’t treat you like you’re human and you’re going through such a raw experience,” Kim said during her interview after seeing the costume. “I even saw a comment that someone wished I died that night … It just really sucks when you’re getting judged by the whole world.”

Throughout the episode, Kim was reeling from the Paris robbery and was barely keeping it together which worried her family.

“I really think you should see a therapist,” Kris Jenner told Kim. “So it doesn’t creep up on you three months from now … You have to do whatever makes you feel safe. You just have to be careful.”

Later in the episode, Kim sits down to talk with Kourtney, 37, and she brings up the fact that someone invaded her privacy in Paris and filmed her talking to the police in her hotel room just five hours after the robbery. The videographer then sold the footage to a publication who went on to publish it on the internet. Along with the video, the publication tried to say that Kim was carelessly playing on her phone while the police were there, she had no markings from being tied up and there was no damage to her hotel room door — all of which frustrated the mom of two because she was sick of the negative press coverage since the robbery.

“I’m trying to not let it get to me,” the 36-year-old told the cameras. “I hope I don’t snap.”

At one point in the episode, Khloé went to check in on her older sister who was crying in her bedroom over the robbery. The 32-year-old then asked the cameras to stop filming, because she didn’t want Kim’s raw emotions shown on TV at that time.

“Kim is such a strong, strong woman, but having a gun held to your head not knowing what’s going to happen to you will f— you up,” Khloé said in an interview. “This is going to be an incredibly long journey for her.”

It was after that breakdown that Kim decided she needed help and was going to try therapy.

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Also in the episode, Kendall is dealing with her own security issues after a stalker broke into her gated driveway.

“When I found out that he had mental health issues, I felt bad,” she said of her stalker in an interview. Though she knows it’s serious, Kendall doesn’t want to punish the guy in court, she just wants him to get the help he needs at a hospital.

“I don’t think I want to testify, I feel really bad is that weird?” Kendall asked Kim of the intruder during the episode. “He’s like mentally challenged … The thought of even having to see him in court really freaks me out.”

“Kendall is so sweet, sensitive and caring and she feels so guilty for testifying, but this guy could have really hurt her,” Kim said during her interview. “She has to protect herself, first and foremost. She has to testify.”

After testifying, the 21-year-old learned that the court gave the man a five year restraining order.

“I never want to have to do that again,” she said during her interview. “I am realizing now, regardless of his mental heath, we as a family have to protect ourselves. I hope he gets the help he needs.”

The episode ended with Kris throwing Kim a surprise birthday party with the whole family.

“We are so glad we have her,” the momager told the cameras. “We really want to celebrate her now more than ever.”

Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Sundays (9 p.m. ET) on E!

Sun Mar 26 21:00:03 EDT 2017

Kenya Moore is learning that some exes just aren’t meant to be friends

On Sunday’s all-new episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Moore met up with her ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan in an attempt to foster a friendship.

It was a tall order considering the on-and-offtumultuous relationship they’ve had, filled with bitter arguments and explosive battles. “If I were to look at what I did wrong in the relationship, I would have to say that I didn’t slow down enough for him or give him the attention that he really required,” the 45-year-old former Miss USA said. “And that may have made him feel emasculated.”

There was also Jordan’s violent tempter, which was a point of concern for Moore. Since the RHOA cameras started filming, viewers have seen Jordan kick down a door in her hotel room, break the windows on her garage door, smash the glass in on the side door of her house, hit her driver, spray-paint her security cameras and bust out the back window of her car.

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But Moore was ready to look past all that, focusing on the good times. “We had a solid year of a really good relationship, Moore said. “That’s why I think I forgave him so easily.”

“On the one hand, I don’t want to see him anymore. But on the other hand, I want us to be friends,” she added, looking to the peaceful relationship Cynthia Bailey has with her ex Peter Thomas. “I just don’t want an enemy in him because I had some part in it. I don’t want anything else from him but to wipe the slate clean and be friends again.”

She may have wanted to look towards the future, but when she met Jordan to celebrate the one-year birthday of their dogs, he wanted to explore their past.

“What about the things you’ve done wrong,” he asked her. “It’s not about your flaws — let me point at some of your flaws.”

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Moore was annoyed. “I am so upset with him right now,” she confessed to viewers. “Here I am being pulled back into the darkness, into the negativity and into the past. That’s not what I’m here for.”

Walking away from the cameras, Moore tried to dodge the conversation. But Jordan followed her out. “I had something good and you ruined it,” he said. “You’re the only thing that I cared about… pull the trigger. Whatever you need to do, because you clearly don’t care about me.”

His words didn’t work with Moore. “You ruin everything that’s good. Everything,” she said. “This is what you call caring about? Talking loud, not listening? The problem is Matt, I cannot talk to you. I have been there for you. I didn’t do anything that you could have permanently change your life, including sending you to jail for your behavior.”

“If I didn’t care about you Matt, I wouldn’t be standing here now. You’re like a broken record,” she added.

“You know why I’m playing the same record? Because you won’t say sorry,” Jordan responded. “You keep going on in your life, you’ll be unhappy for your actions. I’ll be in jail and you’ll be single and miserable. So we’re even.”

That only angered Moore more. “Oh so before I met you Matt, you think I was single and miserable? You think another m———– would come through the door? You keep calling me and asking to have me back, Matt. I’m not the one calling you.”

That’s when Jordan started airing their dirty laundry. “Where are all these guys? Where are they?” he asked. “Because you’ve been dealing with me. For some reason, for one reason or another, I’ve been here. We didn’t have sex the other night in my truck because you wanted to?”

“The stuff you say to me hurt — it hurt bad,” he continued, breaking down. “You got all these people that so much better than me, why are you here?”

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Moore made it clear she no longer wanted to be there, though. “I’m going to go ahead and allow myself to move forward,” she told him. “Because I do know one thing: I do know that you care. But whatever it is that you’re holding on to, you’re not able to look past it. Matt, just look at me one minute. I’m sorry I hurt you. But baby, I can’t do this no more.”

“I’m done,” she told viewers. “I just need to let Matt go. We have become toxic to each other. I need to grow and part of that growth is just knowing when it’s gone and to just walk away.”

Jordan let her. “Go do the other stuff. Go get whatever you need to get to make you whole,” he told her. “‘Cause I’m not the guy.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

LONDON (AP) — Former Girls Aloud star Cheryl and her partner Liam Payne of One Direction fame have announced the birth of their first child.

MILAN (AP) — Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini's legacies included abolishing encores at La Scala. So it was a playful touch when one of the maestro's musical heirs included a Verdi encore during a tribute at the Milan opera house marking the 150th anniversary of Toscanini's birth.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Not all reboots are created equal. This weekend at the box office, nostalgia-driven fare was everywhere, from "Beauty and the Beast" to "Power Rangers" and "CHIPS," producing both successful and underwhelming results.

NEW YORK (AP) — Over his career, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson recorded 50 wins and six losses. But he recently notched another big loss in Latin America — this time as a coach of a bird.

MADRID (AP) — Spanish film star Antonio Banderas says he has recovered from a heart attack that he had in January. The 56-year-old Banderas tells Spanish media that "I suffered a heart attack on Jan.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Laughter, music and the tapping of dancing shoes reverberated throughout a public memorial to Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, which loved ones say is just how the actresses would have wanted it.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a public memorial honoring late actress Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, the mother-daughter duo who died one day apart in December.

BOSTON (AP) — "Saturday Night Live" star Michael Che (CHAY) is not backing away from comments he made about Boston, when he called it the "most racist city" he has ever visited.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor Harrison Ford said he was distracted and concerned about turbulence from another aircraft last month when he mistakenly landed on a taxiway at a Southern California airport after flying low over an airliner with 116 people aboard, according to an audio recording released Friday.

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump went old school on Friday, calling reporters from The Washington Post and The New York Times to announce that he had ordered a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare pulled from consideration in the House when it became clear there weren't enough votes for passage.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Turner Classic Movies will continue memorializing Robert Osborne at the TCM Classic Film Festival in Los Angeles next month.

NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities have cuffed a man charged with stealing Grammy winner John Legend's Louis Vuitton bag containing $25,000 Cartier cufflinks from an airport luggage cart in New York.

NEW YORK (AP) — Barry Manilow is adding his legendary voice to a concert series in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations.

PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — A melee broke out Friday at a hearing for a pair charged in the deaths of two men found in a burning car owned by a woman who often appears on "Real Housewives of New Jersey."

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A joke about Newark, New Jersey, on "The Mindy Project" led to dinner plans between U.S. Sen. Cory Booker and star Mindy Kaling.

NEW YORK (AP) — In a story March 23 about a protest at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Associated Press erroneously reported the length of the demonstration.

NEW YORK (AP) — Netflix is doubling down on Adam Sandler. The streaming giant has extended its deal with the comedian for four more feature films.

NEW YORK (AP) — "The Arrangement" may remind viewers of rumors about the effect of Scientology on the marriage of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A hug. A wink. A dance. A non-answer. These are the so-called gay moments in a handful of recent high-profile studio movies that have sparked both rapturous celebration and startling backlash.

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Disney CEO Bob Iger says the upcoming "Star Wars" sequel has not been changed due to the death of Carrie Fisher.

SAO PAULO (AP) — When completed in 2015, the mayor's office hailed the graffiti panels along Avenida 23 de Maio as Latin America's largest open-air mural — 70 works of street art stretching for more than 3 miles (5 kilometers) along a boulevard connecting a well-to-do district with the city center.

NEW YORK (AP) — If you've ever binged on a box of doughnuts — yep, the whole blessed thing — ballerina Misty Copeland can relate.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — John Mayer's new single, "Still Feel Like Your Man," is about ex-girlfriend Katy Perry. Lyrics for the upbeat, but wistful single include, "I still keep your shampoo in my shower in case you want to wash your hair."

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Even if New Jersey's governor approves a measure inspired by former "Jersey Shore" star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi to cap what state public universities can pay speakers, Rutgers University is still offering $35,000 for this year's commencement speaker.