That time Jerry Seinfeld painfully rejected Kesha’s hug request, on camera

Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t know who Kesha is, and he definitely doesn’t want her hugs. He turned her away on the red carpet for the David Lynch Foundation’s A Night of Laughter and Song at the Kennedy Center. USA TODAY

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VERIFY: Can you get a real steal on the Southwest Airlines fare sale?

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Southwest’s big twice-a-year fare sale is back, with round-trip fares below $100 on dozens of the carrier’s shortest routes.

The sale fares also include longer routes, with the price of flights loosely tied to distance. Flights begin at $49 each way on Sou …
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Predators fans brought out their most extravagant catfish yet for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final

Anyone casually tuning into the Stanley Cup Final in recent days might have been caught a bit off guard by a strange tradition held by fans of the Nashville Predators — throwing catfish on the ice.

The tradition supposedly began as an idea brought to Nashville by way of Detroit transplants that cam …
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Newt Gingrich: Remembering D-Day

Seventy-three years ago, Americans, British, Canadians, Free French Forces, and their allies launched the most complex operation ever implemented by human beings: The invasion of Normandy.

So much planning, training, coordination, equipment, and courage had to come together for success that it is s …
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2017 Stanley Cup Final: Predators’ Game 4 victory draws big-time ratings

The NBA Finals might be drawing more viewers than the Stanley Cup Final — even if hockey boasts the better playoffs — but the NHL is still basking in big audiences for its title bout between the Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins.

With a 4.14 overnight TV rating from Monday’s showdown at …
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