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‘Dancing With The Stars’ Season 23: Who Will Be Sent Home During Week 6 Eliminations?

We’re just five weeks into Season 23 of “Dancing With the Stars” and the cast is dwindling fast. Four couples have been sent home so far with another on their way out on Oct. 17.
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“Big Bang Theory” Season 10 will not air a new episode on Thursday, Dec. 8, but fans won’t have to wait until January to find out what happens next to the characters.
Israeli men have one of the highest life expectancies in the world with a projected lifespan of nearly 81 years, according to a new study. Researchers believe that the country’s mandatory military se
“Scorpion” Season 3, episode 10 will see Walter (Elyes Gabel) risking his life for the team.
Now that’s a BIG turtle.  This giant leatherback joined some boaters off Mangawhai, New Zealand on Tuesday ? and as the clip posted on Facebook by Pippa Partington shows, the big guy was ve
“The Fosters” Season 4 just dropped a new teaser for its 11th episode. In “Insult to Injury,” a concerned Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) asks Mike (Danny Nucci) if Callie (Maia Mitchell) slept at his house
Islamic terror threat is at its highest in the U.S. since 9/11 attacks with much of the risk coming from people radicalized in the country, according to the House Homeland Security Committee’s Decemb
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s younger daughter Tiffany Trump reportedly toured Harvard Law School on Tuesday, leading to speculation regarding her future study plans.
According to Radhakrishnan, the former president wanted to witness the launch of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) - India's first interplanetary mission – also known as Mangalyaan, on September 24, 20
YouTube dismissed allegations of making changes to its algorithm after one of the most popular stars on the video-sharing platform announced he would delete his channel. In a video uploaded last week
IRS wants to know who is using Bitcoin and in what amounts. So much for anonymity. Meanwhile, even the government seems to be paying Bitcoin ransom.
IRS wants to know who is using Bitcoin and in what amounts. So much for anonymity. Meanwhile, even the government seems to be paying Bitcoin ransom.
Singer-songwriter Sia and her husband, filmmaker Erik Anders Lang, have decided to end their marriage. In a statement obtained by Billboard, the two are calling it quits “after much soul searching an
“Lucifer” Season 2 may introduce a new character in its upcoming 14th episode.
Deep Learning is not only a massive buzzword spanning business and technology but also a concept that will transform most industries and jobs, as well as the way we live our lives. However, there is c
“Blindspot” Season 2 did not air a new episode on Wednesday, Dec. 7, but the hit NBC series is expected to return on Jan. 4 after a short hiatus.
That human-induced climate change is an existentialist threat, in the most literal sense, to many species on Earth is well-established, and the numbers of large fauna, such as elephants and polar bea
“Lethal Weapon” executive producer Matt Miller said that they are “very lucky” to have Clayne Crawford play the role of Martin Riggs on the FOX buddy cop series. In a recent interview with Screener,
Samsung and LG, joined by Foxconn-owned Sharp by 2018, are said to be Apple's primary OLED suppliers
In another attempt to fight Reliance Jio's free calls and data services, the country's largest telecom service provider Bharti Airtel Ltd (Airtel) on Thursday launched a cheaper plan for its pre-paid
Brooks HaysWARWICK, England, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Memory is fallible and fragile. And as a team of scientists from the University of Warwick have helped prove, it is also surprisingly easy to manipulate.
Forget the teaser video – now you can see a real Nintendo Switch in action for the first time.
Humanitarian organizations are descending on Indonesia's Aceh province as the government in Jakarta promised tons of emergency aid and officials raced to assess the full extent of damage from an earth
As Cassini winds down its 20-year mission to Saturn, the spacecraft will maneuver into a series of weeklong orbits.
When Nintendo launches “Super Mario Run” on Apple Inc. mobile devices next week, it will be among its boldest moves yet to stay relevant in the fiercely competitive videogame market.
Microsoft announced earlier this year that it would be opening up its Windows Holographic platform to other device makers.
Sony announced in March, the establishment of its ForwardWorks studio to build a smartphone gaming audience for its PlayStation ecosystem and create “Fully Fledged” games for smartphones. The company
The most important question for any incoming Republican president is, “Are you hoping to advance particular programs or a steady, coherent conservative philosophy?”
These are the latest images of Dudley College's £12 million state-of-the-art construction building which is starting to take shape.
Months after heavy flooding destroyed parts of North Korea’s northeastern region in late August and early September, Kim Jong Un’s regime has termed the disaster recovery after mass mobilization a “m
To fully exploit ESSA’s expanded possibilities for state leadership on school and district improvement, state superintendents will need a wide range of skills.
Sherri Papini's husband, Keith Papini, has not been ruled out as a suspect in the kidnapping case of his wife, the New York Post reported Wednesday. The California mother was kidnapped, tortured and
“Legends of Tomorrow” executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed some exciting details about this week’s Season 2, episode 8 of the CW series. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Guggen
According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), in 1985, there were between 151,000 and 163,000 giraffes but the number was down to 97,562 in 2015.
The Vatican reaffirmed its 2005 policy on gay men being priests Thursday saying people with “deep-seated homosexual tendencies” or who “support the so-called ‘gay culture’” cannot join priesthood.

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