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Actor Jamie Foxx attends an event on Aug. 18, 2015 in West Hollywood, Calif. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)
Actor Jamie Foxx attends an event on Aug. 18, 2015 in West Hollywood, Calif.

This week, Donald Trump received a key endorsement from a former vice presidential nominee; the NFL made history with a new hire; and an Oscar-winner put on the performance of his life when he saved a man from a burning vehicle. 

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Kathryn Smith will serve as the quality control coach for special teams.

As of Thursday morning, more than 80 million people were covered by either a blizzard watch, winter storm watch, winter storm warning, winter weather advisory or freezing rain advisory.

MSNBC's Ari Melber joked on Twitter," Politician turned reality show star endorses reality show star turned politician."

The actress has been known to make controversial comments like this one, including when she said President Obama “doesn’t give a s*** about terrorism.”

Reviewers on Amazon criticized the book for its portrayal of a man and his daughter who were both enslaved by George Washington.

The vehicle rolled over multiple times and became engulfed in flames after it struck a drainage pipe. 

In an email referencing Trump, the candidate wrote, “Donald Trump shares Gollum’s unquenchable thirst for absolute power and to rule over Mordor, or in this case, Washington, D.C.”

The college’s Diversity Council established the event to examine “Race and racism through an exploration of the construction of white heritage.”

After returning to the campaign trail in the days that followed the accident, the candidate honored the fallen volunteer by stating, “Our mission going forward is to honor Braden as he embodied the spirit we carry forward, restoring the transformative power of We the People, unifying our nation with the inspirational vision of those who passionately love our country.”

Eyewitnesses said that the gunmen were chanting “Allahu Akbar” – or “God is greatest” – during the attack.