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Big Consequences For White Woman Who Called Cops…

The news came a day after a viral video drew outrage from all directions.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

The veteran TV and film actor died on Tuesday of complications from cancer. He was 87.

American Virus Deaths At 100,000: What Does A…

This is the week when America's official tally of coronavirus deaths will reach 100,000.

Search For Missing Hikers Went On For More Than A…

Authorities have announced an update in the search for two missing hikers.

Cops: Man in His 70s Killed Intruder Who Attacked…

A Florida man in his 70s fatally shot an intruder who smashed through his front door and attacked his wife, police say. According to a Facebook post from the Bay County Sheriff's Office , the man was outside his Panama City home early Tuesday morning when he was approached by the...

Experts say US coronavirus death count is flawed…

The nation is hitting a tragic milestone this week of 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus, but is that number right

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Pompeo: Hong Kong Is 'No Longer Autonomous' From…

Mike Pompeo tweeted about Hong Kong.

CDC Warns Public of Starving, Aggressive Rats in…

CDC Warns Public of Starving, Aggressive Rats in U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently warned Americans about an increase in aggressive rat problems across the country. According to their statement, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in decreased food waste, AKA food available to rodents. In turn, this has caused an increase in “unusual or aggressive rodent behavior" as they search for new food sources. CDC, via Fox News Urban rodentologist Bobby Corrigan says some rodents, such as the rats in New York City, have even resorted to cannibalism. Bobby Corrigan, to Fox News Residents are being advised by the CDC to take “preventative actions” and eliminate conditions that may attract rodents. This includes sealing up access points into homes and businesses, keeping garbage in tightly-covered bins, removing pet and bird food from yards and removing debris and heavy vegetation. Bobby Corrigan, to Fox News

Tulsi Gabbard Not Going After Clinton Anymore

"Plaintiffs Tulsi Gabbard and Tulsi Now, Inc. dismiss this action." So reads the Wednesday court filing that puts an end to Gabbard's defamation suit against Hillary Clinton. Gabbard sued Clinton in January over Clinton's late 2019 suggestion that the then-2020 candidate was a "Russian asset." The New York Daily News...

Sen. Hawley Criticizes Google Over China Policy

On Wednesday, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) sent a letter to Google. According to Business Insider the letter is about the company's deletion of some comments critical of China. Comments using the phrases "communist bandit" or "50-cent party" in Chinese characters were deleted almost instantly from YouTube. Though their English equivalents are not. Hawley called the deletions "censorship." He asked Google to explain how the problem came about and when it knew about the deletions. Google says the deletions are accidental and that it rolled out a fix to the problem.

Apple Reopening 100 Stores In The U.S.

Roughly 40 stores will allow customers inside will require face masks, temperature checks and a limit on the number of people inside at one time.

Golfing is interrupted as crosswinds take over…

A couple of guys were just enjoying a day out on the golf course at The Els Club in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on May 24, when they were hit with crosswinds.

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Jamie Kennedy Stoopid Smart

Trailer for 'Jamie Kennedy: Stoopid Smart' starring Jamie Kennedy

'One of America's Most Valuable Troublemakers…

In the 1980s, playwright and fiercely confrontational AIDS activist Larry Kramer slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci as a murderer and an "incompetent idiot" for failing to move fast enough on research. But the two later became friends, with Fauci crediting Kramer, who died Wednesday morning, with playing a key role in...

Steve Buscemi Has 'Seen It All'

Most of us know Steve Buscemi from the likes of Fargo , The Sopranos , and Boardwalk Empire. But do we really know him? The iconic actor has pretty much "seen it all," writes Gabriella Paiella in a revealing profile for GQ . That includes Buscemi (who pronounces his last name as "boo-SEM-ee")...

Judge sets June 4 hearing for suspects in Arbery…

A Georgia judge has scheduled a court hearing next week for three men charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery

Cuckoo Stuns Scientists By Completing A…

A cuckoo named Onon has stunned scientists by completing a 7,500-mile migration from Zambia to Mongolia, where its breeding grounds are located.

Shakira Hits the Studio and Confirms New Music Is…

Shakira Hits the Studio and Confirms New Music Is Coming Shakira's 11th studio album, 'El Dorado,' turned three on Tuesday. The singer excited fans as she shared a picture of herself in the studio. Shakira, via Instagram 2020 has seen the singer release the Latin song, "Me Gusta," with Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA.

LeBron Posts Photo of Kaepernick: 'Do You…

Thousands of people in Minneapolis protested the death of George Floyd in police custody Tuesday night—and sports stars including LeBron James expressed their anger on social media. On Instagram , James posted an image of a white police officer kneeling on Floyd's neck next to an image of former San...

Yang Says U.S. Should Adopt 4-Day Work Week

According to Business Insider, Andrew Yang says the US should "seriously" consider a four-day workweek. Some studies have shown four-day workweeks increase worker satisfaction and productivity. Microsoft's Japan subsidiary reported a 40% boost in productivity after trialing the change. The coronavirus pandemic has increased interest in a four-day workweek. Companies have been forced to adjust to new circumstances and experiment as more employees work from home.

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Dr. Fauci: Hydroxychloroquine Not Effective In…

The nation's top infectious disease expert says data indicates hydroxychloroquine is potentially dangerous for COVID-19 patients.

Bertha blows ashore with heavy wind and rain

Tropical Storm Bertha approached the South Carolina coastline, bringing heavy wind and rain to the state on May 27.