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Georgia police say that a 13-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old sister during a botched robbery when he tried to sell a “ghost gun” that he had illegally constructed. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that police responded to a call of a female shot on Saturday. They found Kyra
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During an interview with CNN, Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona did not commit to vote in favor of President Biden’s massive spending proposal, the Build Back Better Act. The bill passed in the House last month without the backing of any GOP members. “[Senate Majority Leader Chuck] Schumer has said he wants to vote
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Such a manly, macho, masculine man, that Joe Scarborough! On Thursday’s Morning Joe, Scarborough mocked the masculinity of Republicans, while by inference boasting of his own machismo. Scarborough’s first target was someone he referred to as “the guy with the little neck,” feigning ignorance of his name. Willie Geist supplied it: Josh Hawley. The reason
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A United Kingdom woman who’s been debilitated with spina bifida all her life won a case Wednesday against her mother’s physician claiming “wrongful conception” — meaning she would not have been born had the doctor given her mother proper medical advice, the Sun reported. What are the details? Evie Toombes (20) took Dr. Philip Mitchell
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The ABC, CBS and NBC evening news networks have gone four days without covering Black Lives Matter issuing a racist call to boycott white-owned businesses. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) plastered a Black Friday post on Instagram that told followers to celebrate “#BlackXmas” and “Skip the Black Friday sales and buy exclusively
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The lovely VodkaWife™ is visiting her best friend in North Carolina for a few days, so I’m living the single dad lifestyle. Will you find crushed Budweiser cans all over my office during this week’s “Five O’Clock Somewhere”? Will my un-ironed shirt (worn three days running) be covered with spaghetti and coffee stains? Will the
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Charlie Savage, national security and legal policy correspondent for the New York Times, played defense on behalf of the now-discredited “Steele dossier” that led to the first Trump impeachment, in Thursday’s “Discredited Steele Dossier Doesn’t Undercut Russia Inquiry.” The infamous tissue of rumors and lies that would foster the false “collusion”-with-Russia narrative (a word the
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The congressional committee investigating the rioting at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 voted in favor of holding another Trump official in contempt after he pleaded his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. The nine members of the committee voted unanimously on Wednesday to send a criminal contempt referral to the House for a vote after
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The Biden administration will reportedly prolong transportation-related mask requirements through mid-March 2022, Reuters has reported, citing sources briefed on the issue. The move means that most travelers will continue to be required to wear masks in various transit-related locations such as in airports and train stations, and aboard airplanes, trains, and buses. An official announcement
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It’s been a bad year for the Cuomo family. First, Andrew Cuomo resigned in disgrace as governor of New York for sexual misconduct. Then, his little brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, was suspended “indefinitely” by the network for his improper coordination with his brother’s people handling his sexual misconduct allegations. It’s not often that one
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The Women’s Tennis Association followed through on their threat to cancel all tennis tournaments in China and Hong Kong over the disappearance of Peng Shuai, a player who had made sexual assault accusations against a former Chinese official. WTA president Steve Simon joined a chorus of critics who accused the Chinese communist government of covering
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A Trafalgar Group poll conducted Nov. 26-29 places President Joe Biden’s job approval rating deeply underwater. The poll of likely general election voters found that just 36.3% approve of how Biden is handling his role as president, while a whopping 59.1% disapprove. While 18.1% strongly approve and 18.2% approve, 6.9% disapprove and 52.2% strongly disapprove.
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