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'Doomsday' Mom Lori Vallow Faces Horrifying New…

Monday brought two new developments in the case of Lori Vallow's dead children.

Trump Sends Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect…

DHS is sending rapid deployment teams to federal monuments over the Fourth of July weekend in case protesters try to take them down.

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Hollywood Superstar Getting Divorced After Police…

This celebrity divorce does not sound like it's an amicable one.

Obama Issues Dire Warning To Americans

Barack Obama posted a tweet ahead of this year's July 4 celebrations.

Trump: Biden Is 'Going to Be Your President'

Looks like President Trump is hearing about the latest polls, but is he using reverse psychology on his voters?

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Southern State Hits COVID-19 Record For July 4

The beaches where summer travelers usually flock have created a different kind of fireworks in America.

McDonald's Halts Reopening Plans In The US

As coronavirus cases continue to surge throughout the US, McDonald's has decided to pause reopening plans.

Ghislaine Maxwell Has a High-Profile Defender

Turns out Ghislaine Maxwell—who apparently ducked authorities until her arrest this week—has a rather powerful ally. "We never saw her do anything inappropriate," writes Alan Dershowitz at the Spectator . "We knew her only as Jeffrey Epstein's thirty-something girlfriend." The celebrity attorney often saw her "in the presence of...

Amid furor over monuments, Trump seeks `garden…

President Donald Trump has a vision for his second term, if he wins one, of establishing a “National Garden of American Heroes.”

This Animal Doesn't Feel Pain

Naked mole rats spend their lives in darkness and it’s tough for them to find food, but being one isn’t all bad.

This Day in History: American Colonies Declare…

This Day in History: American Colonies Declare Independence July 4, 1776 The Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia during the first Continental Congress. 12 colonies would ratify the Declaration on this day. New York would ratify on the twelfth. Written by Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration was essentially a list of colonist grievances with the British. Jefferson's ideas about equality were borrowed largely from European philosophers, including John Locke. The famous words, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal ..." would alter the course of human history. The United States would become an independent nation with the defeat of the British and signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783.

Another Team Mulls a Name Change

The Cinders? The Castles? The Spiders? Whatever they choose, the Cleveland Indians organization said Friday it might just get a new team name, the New York Post reports. In light of "the recent social unrest in our community," the team tweeted , "committed to engaging our community and appropriate stakeholders to...

Ghislaine Maxwell And Her High-Profile Defender…

Media heiress Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested this week, and faces multiple felony charges connected to Jeffrey Epstein and sex trafficking girls. However, Newser reports she has at least one high-profile ally: Celebrity attorney Alan Dershowitz. Dershowitz wrote in The Spectator that he and his friends never saw Maxwell behave inappropriately. Maxwell and Dershowitz have something in common. Both are accused of sexual misconduct by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre. Dershowitz says Maxwell might go free thanks to an expired statute of limitations or immunity received in Epstein's plea deal.

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First COVID Drug Trials To Be Released In Two…

The trials included testing remdesivir, which has been seen as a "hopeful" drug to cure the virus.

4th of July fun facts

How much do you know about the 4th of July? Check out these fun facts to see for yourself.

ATypical Wednesday

Trailer for 'Wednesdays' starring J. Lee, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Seth Green, Sujata Day, Kelen Coleman

NASCAR Champ Jimmie Johnson Tests Positive for…

Jimmie Johnson was all set to race in Sunday's Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis, but he's now pulled out, for good reason: The seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion has contracted COVID-19. "My first priority is the health and safety of my loved ones and my teammates," the 44-year-old said in a...

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Trump at Rushmore: Protests, Few Masks, a Miffed…

On the eve of the Fourth, President Trump gave a speech in South Dakota, at the foot of Mount Rushmore, and it wasn't a staid one. Fox News called it "fiery," the Guardian went with a similar take of "incendiary," while the New York Times deemed it a "divisive culture...

Dixon breaks through at Indianapolis with victory…

Scott Dixon retook the lead with 17 laps to go and pulled away from Graham Rahal to earn his first IndyCar Grand Prix victory

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Fish Named Mary Amazed Scientists With 'Virgin…

A fish named Mary amazed scientists when she gave a “virgin” birth.

Hand Sanitizer May Make Fireworks More Dangerous…

Hand Sanitizer May Make Fireworks More Dangerous on July 4 With the ongoing pandemic, many people have integrated alcohol-based hand sanitizer into their daily lives. Combined with Fourth of July celebrations, which rely heavily on fireworks, the pairing could lead to trouble. NSC's Maureen Vogel, via CNN The National Safety Council has strongly recommended that people leave the fireworks to the professionals this year. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 57% of the 7,000 firework-related injuries from July 4 last year were from burns.