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Kim Zolciak & Kroy Biermann Open Up About Deciding To Keep The Dog That Bit Their Son

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We're happy to hear Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Kroy Biermann's five-year-old son is almost back to normal following that horrific dog bite earlier this year.

Speaking to People, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star revealed it was the family's own husky-boxer mix, Sinn, who snapped at their son's eye after being startled by the sound of a leaf blower. The famous fam has decided to keep the pup after much deliberation.

The 39-year-old reality star said of the harrowing incident that nearly left her young child blind:

"It was a like a bad dream. Our dog Sinn is heavily, heavily trained. Kash is his favorite. It made absolutely no sense to any of us. This is nothing I ever thought I'd be dealing with in my life."

Related: Kim Zolciak's Three-Year-Old Daughter Has A $2,500 Backpack

Kroy explained what happened:

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Facebook Announces Pilot Program To Block Revenge Porn — But You'll Have To Send Your Nudes

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Facebook is trying an interesting new tactic to put an end to revenge porn on their social media platform.

The company announced in a recent press release that they're launching a pilot program for users to submit their nude or intimate images so Facebook can make sure it never gets uploaded.

As of now, the program is only going to be available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Related: Former Hinder Singer Threatened to Send Ex's Family "Revenge Porn"

Apparently how it works is they'll be using image matching technology so no one else can upload the same image onto the site or app. A staff member will have to view the uncensored image to first rule it as revenge porn.

Facebook's Head of Global Safety, Antigone Davis, shared:

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Faith Hill & Tim McGraw Speak Out In Support Of Gun Control — 'It's Not About The Second Amendment'

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We love hearing this message coming from such huge voices in country music.

In a new feature for Billboard, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill used their platform to speak out in support of gun control.

After a year full of tragedy and heartbreaking loss, it's about time we all realize this is a bipartisan public safety issue.

The Nashville power couple felt inclined to discuss the issue following the deadly shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas in October that left 58 dead and 527 injured.

Related: Miranda Lambert's Performance Blew Us Away At The 2017 ACM Awards!

Tim explained to the outlet that this isn't a Second Amendment issue:

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Donald Trump Says Stricter Gun Laws Would Have Left 'Hundreds More Dead' In Texas & Uses That False Chicago Argument Once Again

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Donald Trump's response when pressed about "extreme vetting" for gun buyers is filled with so many inaccuracies, it's hard to know where to begin.

During a press conference in Seoul, South Korea on Tuesday, an NBC journalist inquired whether POTUS would consider stricter rules for purchasing guns in the wake of all of the mass shootings — something he's done with things like immigration.

Trump responded with a smart ass remark about it being too soon to discuss policy before making a "good guy with a gun" argument. He went on to say tougher regulations would not have stopped the mass shooting in Texas — which is just insane.

Related: Trump Says Texas Church Shooting 'Isn't A Guns Situation'

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Donald Trump Says Texas Church Shooting 'Isn't A Guns Situation' — But Twitter Reminds Him That's Absolutely What It Is

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Donald Trump has yet another divisive and passive response in the face of tragedy.

As we're sure you heard, a 26-year-old gunman killed at least 26 people and wounded about 20 others inside the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday.

In response, POTUS told reporters the shooting "isn't a guns situation," but rather a "mental health problem."

How about: it's both. We should care about mental health AND gun control — and why in the world someone with mental health issues can have access to an assault rifle in the first place.

Related: Trump Is The First Result When You Search For 'Hitler' On Twitter

At the press briefing, Trump said "mental health is your problem here," calling the shooter a "very deranged individual" with "a lot of problems over a long period of time."

He went on to say that it's "a little too soon" to get into gun control policy. He said the same thing after the Las Vegas shooting and has yet to do anything about that attack either.

You can watch Trump express his "thoughts and prayers" (below):

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Riverdale's KJ Apa Takes Sole Responsibility For That 'One-Off' Car Accident

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KJ Apa is taking sole responsibility for that scary car crash.

As we previously reported, Riverdale was put on blast after its leading man got into a collision after working a 16 hour day. However, it seems Apa wants the blame moved from The CW drama's production team and onto his shoulders alone.

Well that's very big of him!

Video: Seth Meyers Apologized To Cole Sprouse For Asking Who He Is!

On the headline-making car crash, KJ told Esquire.com:

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Ashley Judd Shares Tips On How YOU Can Prevent Sexual Harassment In Everyday Life!

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Now that we're having a more open and honest dialogue about sexual harassment and how pervasive it is in society, many are wondering how to protect themselves against such abuse.

For Harvey Weinstein accuser Ashley Judd, the answer to that is: practice!

In an new video interview with Teen Vogue, the Double Jeopardy star shared a few tricks she's picked over the years to stop potential harassers dead in their tracks.

Related: Harvey Sues Weinstein Company After Sexual Harassment Fallout

Admitting that she practices saying "stop" when she's at home or with friends, Judd revealed a few techniques victims can use to protect themselves by standing up to their perpetrators with stern, effective language.

After yelling "That is inappropriate and unwelcome," at an imaginary harasser, she explains:

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