Did Bachelorette Katie Thurston Get Closure During Men Tell All? She Says...
In an exclusive chat with E! News, Katie Thurston revealed she was nervous heading into Bachelorette: Men Tell All. Find out how it actually went!
ABCStill, Katie made it clear that being the Bachelorette was a lot harder than she expected, adding, "You think it's going to be fun and you're dating all these men…but you're also really invested in these relationships, and saying goodbye is probably the
hardestthing I have ever had to do." Read more: E! News »
Rep. Porter on getting moderate Democrats on board with the Biden agenda
As the House is set to vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the Biden Infrastructure Plan and the conversations she has with moderate Democrats on the $3.5 trillion budget bill. Rep. Porter says the infrastructure and spending bills will “grow our economy.”
The Bachelorette's Katie Thurston Breaks Down as One of Her Final 4 Walks Away Before Hometowns - E! OnlineKatie Thurston faced drama before hometowns even began as one of her final four remaining contestants on The Bachelorette chose to leave the show.
Katie Ledecky’s Quest for Olympic Gold is the Longest EverStar U.S. swimmer Katie Ledecky is slated to race every individual freestyle distance from 200 meters up to 1,500 meters—a total of four individual events—plus the women’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay Brilliant America She’s sexy Heaven is ready to roll out the next most important event in the calendar of GOD. BenchmarkOfGod
Katie Ledecky got dethroned at the Olympics by Australian greatness that she herself inspiredKatie Ledecky, the most dominant female swimmer ever, lost an individual Olympic race here on Monday for the first time in her glittering career. How about that Canadian 14 year old who came in 4th though? Oh well
With a Silver in Tokyo, Katie Ledecky Adds to Her Already Impressive Olympic Medal CountTo date, swimmer Katie Ledecky has won an impressive seven Olympic medals, five of which are gold — a tally that's likely to grow at the Tokyo Olympics.
Katie Ledecky Begins Her Olympics in an Unexpected Color: SilverKatie Ledecky took second in the finals of the women’s 400-meter freestyle in 3:57.36, just 0.67 seconds behind Australian phenom Ariarne Titmus. AMERICA NUMBER TWO!!! PSA: if you’re in Tokyo or have time to watch Olympics coverage around the clock please don’t spoil Olympic medal results for the rest of us trying to keep up. Olympics TokyoOlympics Olympics2020 stillhavetowork NoSpoilers Strong
Trash talking Ariarne Titmus crushes Katie Ledecky in Olympic swimming grudge matchThe new Australian rival came from behind to beat America's best women's swimmer of all time.