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Fear a Socialist in the White House? You're Too…

Editorial writer thinks that there's a decent chance a 'proven socialist' will be in the White House after the 2020 election.

Clint Eastwood Reveals His Pick For President

The lifelong Republican is making waves with his surprising announcement on the 2020 election.

Coca-Cola Running Out Of Key Ingredient

Coca-Cola said the coronavirus disrupted its supply chain of sweeteners from China.

13 Killed In Protests During Trump Visit

Hundreds have been injured and more than a dozen killed in northeastern New Delhi amid ongoing protests.

Los Angeles firefighters respond to massive…

Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a large refinery fire that temporarily closed all lanes of the 405 Freeway Tuesday night in the city of Carson

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These Are Among The Most Excruciating Pains…

These are among the most excruciating pains humans can experience.

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Homes Collapse Down Hill In Landslide

The devastating landslides were caused by heavy rain, which loosened up the soil.

Top Moments From the Democratic Debate in South…

Top Moments From the Democratic Debate in South Carolina The debate was marked by fiery arguments, with the candidates shouting over each other on several issues. Fresh off his win of the Nevada Caucuses, Bernie Sanders faced attacks from the other candidates on several fronts. Sanders was called out on the complexity and cost of his Medicare For All plan, as well as his democratic socialist label. Former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg faced further questions about his record on "stop and frisk," his tax returns and statements made to women employees. Racial red-lining, discriminatory wages and housing were addressed by several candidates, including Biden, Klobuchar and Steyer. On the topic of marijuana, Sanders said he would legalize it in his first 100 days while Michael Bloomberg indicated he supported decriminalization but not legalization. Asked the about severity of the coronavirus, many of the candidates stated they would restore funding of the CDC cut by the Trump Administration. On several occasions, former Vice President Biden called out the moderators for cutting him off at the end of his time. He also stated he would put a black woman on the Supreme Court if he was elected. When asked her motto, Senator Warren quoted scripture about treating each other with respect. Other topics addressed by the candidates included the U.S. embassy in Israel, Chinese leader Xi Jinping and relations with North Korea. The intense debate was the tenth and the final before the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday.

After Media Reports, Top Democrat Admits Spending…

Faced with a report of major spending at a Brooklyn business, Sen. Chuck Schumer didn't blink.

Sanders Faces Onslaught in South Carolina Debate

Seven Democrats took part in a fiery debate in South Carolina Tuesday night—one more than in last week's primary debate. Tom Steyer joined Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, and Michael Bloomberg in the Charleston debate, co-hosted by CBS News and the Congressional Black Caucus...

Intriguing Leads Appear In Lori Vallow's Missing…

Idaho mother Lori Vallow was arrested in Hawaii last week in connection with the disappearance of her two children. According to Newser, the case is confusing. However, threads of information are surfacing. The first comes via the ex-husband of Vallow's niece, who filed paperwork in an Arizona court last week in connection with his own child custody battle. In his filing, Brandon Boudreaux alleges ex-wife Melani Boudreaux knows the whereabouts of JJ Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17. However, Boudreaux says she has an "unwillingness to cooperate with law enforcement in finding those children." Boudreaux also alleges that his ex is also part of a cult.

Hollywood Legend Reportedly Didn't Leave Any Of…

Late actor Kirk Douglas was worth an estimated $80 million at the time of his passing.

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Democratic Candidates Put Sanders On Defense In…

This may be the last debate for some candidates. Twenty-one states will vote before the next debate on March 15.

An Egyptian Mystery Takes New Turn

Scientists in Egypt are bound and determined to find the long-lost Queen Nefertiti.

Snow falls in the dazzling Windy City

Snow fell in a beautiful display on Tuesday, Feb. 25 in Chicago, Illinois.

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The Rest of Us

Trailer for 'The Rest of Us' starring Heather Graham, Sophie Nelisse, Jodi Balfour, Abigail Pniowsky, Charlie Gillespie

Baseball Is Being Sued— by Fantasy Players

The MLB is urging a judge to dismiss a class-action lawsuit brought by five fans who say their fantasy baseball scores suffered because the Houston Astros stole signs . The plaintiffs are suing the MLB, MLB Advanced Media, the Astros, and the Boston Red Sox (also accused of stealing signs ),...

Putin: Russian opposition provoked summer police…

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the opposition provoked police violence during mass protests in Moscow this summer

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Rescued Otter Babies Can't Stop Squeaking

Rescued otter babies can't stop squeaking.

Tokyo Olympics Could Face Possible ‘Cancellatio…

Tokyo Olympics Could Face Possible ‘Cancellation’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Dick Pound, a senior member of the International Olympics Committee, recently sat down with The Associated Press to discuss the upcoming Olympics. According to Pound, although the Olympics are currently proceeding forward with “business as usual,” the IOC is taking the coronavirus outbreak very seriously. He estimates the committee has at least a two-month window to decide the fate of the Olympics. Dick Pound, via Associated Press If it is decided to be too dangerous to proceed with the games, Pound says they will be canceled, not postponed. Dick Pound, via Associated Press Pound also said moving the Olympics to another location would be unlikely, as countries traditionally spend years prepping for the event. Dick Pound, via Associated Press