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His reputation as America’s Dad has as much to do with his talk-show appearances as his film work. He peaked during the last episode of “Late Night With David Letterman,” dissecting Elvis Presley’s “Roustabout” and detailing the time he accidentally broke Slappy White’s golf clubs.

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In December 2019, Joe Biden's campaign launched an attack ad criticizing then President Donald Trump's impact on America's standing in the world. Now, President Biden faces similar criticism. A look at how the withdrawal from Afghanistan may affect his reputation at home and on the world stage. 

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America's allies are disappointed with the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. In the U.K., members of Parliament did not hold back in their criticism of President Joe Biden's actions and rhetoric relating to Afghanistan. Veterans of the Afghan war serving in Parliament give their input on the withdrawal. What does this mean for President Joe Biden's reputation at home and abroad? 

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The Labuschagnes, who have two other sons and live in the United Kingdom, learned Michael has a cardiac fibroma -- a tumor that can block blood flow to a child's heart. Michael's tumor is 5 centimeters, or about 2 inches, wide. That's enormous compared to a baby's tiny heart, which is about the size of their fist.

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Don't be a hater — you know Taylor Swift knows how to craft perfect pop music. "Reputation" is exceptional, especially the songs "End Game," ''Delicate" and "Dress," perfectly showing how Tay Tay continues to grow as an artist.

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Taylor Swift declared the end of her reputation in her new music video for her first single "Look What You Made Me Do," from her next album. In the video, which premiered during the VMAs first hour, the pop star emerged from the grave as a zombie and sang her accusations in a dark world where previous versions of herself come back to haunt her.

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Smart Rating: 77.82Network: FOXSeries premiere: 01/12/12Series finale: 05/11/12Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults) earned a reputation as someone who was very good at tracking people down while serving in the Army Military Police. After getting caught in an IED explosion, the resulting brain damage enhanced that skill and he became a Finder. Walter teams up with his legal adviser, Leo (Michael Clarke Duncan), to find people and things law enforcement either cannot or will not find, occasionally helping out his Walter's girlfriend, a Deputy U.S. Marshal along the way. The two men also watch over Willa, a teen who was raised by gypsies to be a criminal and whose crafty skill set comes in handy on their jobs from time to time.

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