"We are a strong, tight-knit family who has made it through some very, very hard times."
The State of The Union annually marks the President living up to his duty to publicly address America and touch upon issues that are pertinent to the country.
And 2015 was no different as President Barack Obama gave a storied speech discussing all matters, ranging from economy and job creation to health and human services.
Plus, for the first time in American history…
Another person has taken a stand against Mark Wahlberg.
One of the victims of Mark's reported racially charged attack towards a group of African American school children in 1986, Kristyn Atwood, thinks the actor should NOT be pardoned for a hate crime he committed two years later.
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When Kristyn was just a young girl in Boston, she was allegedly assaulted by The Gambler star and a few of his friends while on a school field trip. Wahlberg tossed rocks and ugly epithets at the group of kids, an experience which understandably left a negative impression on Atwood.
Kristyn's history with Mark is the reason why she feels he shouldn't receive a pardon for attacking a Vietnamese man in 1988.
The claws are coming out!
On Tuesday night's brand new episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the girls got a little wild at an otherwise tame poker night.
When Kyle Richards got a feeling that her sister Kim was under some kind of influence, Brandi Glanville took it upon herself to break the two up.
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Only that's when things got even worse.
The episode ended in a cliff hanger, but from what we could tell, Brandi thinks Kyle scratched her and pushed her back in retaliation.
Brandi confirmed as much after the show aired, tweeting: