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Three Ex-Presidents Volunteer to Promote COVID…

Three of the four living former presidents have volunteered to get vaccinated publicly to prove it is safe, and CNN says it is waiting to hear back from the fourth, 96-year-old Jimmy Carter. Freddy Ford, George W. Bush's chief of staff, says the Republican reached out to Dr. Anthony Fauci...

US, Estonia partnered to search out cyber threat…

American officials conducted a cyber operation with Estonia this fall at that country’s invitation

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Harry Styles Responds to Candace Owens’ 'Vog…

Harry Styles Responds to Candace Owens’ 'Vogue' Comments. Last month, Styles made history as the first-ever solo male cover star for 'Vogue.'. He wore a Gucci ball gown for the shoot, which did not go over well with political pundit Candace Owens. There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. , Candace Owens, via Twitter. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men, Candace Owens, via Twitter. On Dec. 2, Styles took to Instagram to post a picture of himself eating a banana with the caption, "Bring back manly men.". He also addressed Owens' comments in a new interview with 'Variety.'. To not wear [something] because it’s females’ clothing, you shut out a whole world of great clothes, Harry Styles, via 'Variety'. I think if you get something that you feel amazing in, it’s like a superhero outfit. Clothes are there to have fun with and experiment with and play with, Harry Styles, via 'Variety'

Yet Another Elected Official Flouts His Own…

"We need to stay home if you can. This is not the time to relax. We are going to be looking really closely. ... We may have to close things down if we are not careful." Those were the words spoken by Austin Mayor Steve Adler—in a video recorded from...

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Trump To Pardon Many Before Leaving Office

The public should expect a "flurry" of pardons before President Donald Trump leaves office. A source close to the White House suggested this, according to reports at CNN. The reality is that pardons happen at the end of almost all previous administrations. This source said Trump's advisers say it would perfectly fine for Trump to pardon his family members. He may also pardon other associates preemptively, even if they haven't been charged with any crimes. Trump's allies in Congress and conservative media have said the President should pardon himself.

Storm dumps snow across Oklahoma

A storm moving across the southern Plains on Dec. 2 dumped several inches of snow on Oklahoma as the system headed southeast.

76 Days: Open It

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Iran to Step Up Enrichment After Scientist's…

Less than a week after the assassination of its top nuclear scientist, Iran on Wednesday passed a law requiring the government to increase the enrichment of uranium far beyond the maximum level established under a 2015 nuclear deal struck by the Obama administration, the New York Times reports. Scientist Mohsen...

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3rd Mysterious Metal Monolith Appears

For the third time in a week, a mysterious metal monolith has captured the public's attention. This time, a 10-foot-tall steel obelisk was found atop Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California, reports the Guardian , which features pictures hikers have posted to social media. Unlike the monolith found in Utah, this one...

New phallus sculpture appears in Bavarian…

German news agency dpa reports that just days after a large phallus sculpture mysteriously disappeared from a Bavarian mountainside, a similar wooden carving has appeared in its place

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Woman saves broiler chicken from ending up at…

Woman ends up keeping broiler chicken as pet instead of eating it

Keke Palmer Opens up About Struggles With…

Keke Palmer Opens up About Struggles With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Palmer took to Instagram on Dec. 1 to reveal her ongoing battle with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Until recently, Palmer hadn’t known that PCOS had been attacking her “from the inside out [her] entire life.”. She had constantly struggled with acne and didn’t understand why it was always “so bad” no matter what she did. . I tried EVERYTHING. I did Accutane TWICE. People say drink water, have a better diet, but I did all that, I ate all the “right” things, my blood tests were fine, Keke Palmer, via Instagram. It was only when she “did the research” herself that she was able to get the correct diagnosis. . It took ME taking a personal look into my family that has a history of diabetes and obesity, to understand what was ACTUALLY happening with me. , Keke Palmer, via Instagram. Palmer ended her post with a message of encouragement. To all the people struggling with this please know you’re not alone and that you are still so f------ fine … I’m not afraid to show myself to the world and you shouldn’t be either, Keke Palmer, via Instagram. PCOS is a hormonal disorder that affects women and girls of reproductive age. . It can trigger a wide range of symptoms such as irregular periods, migraines, fertility problems and ovarian cysts. . According to the National Institutes of Health, PCOS affects as many as one in ten women

No Surprises in 2nd Georgia Recount

Ballots are being counted in Georgia once again—but elections officials don't believe it's going to be third time lucky for President Trump. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Wednesday that "no substantial changes" have been seen from any county so far in the recount, CNN reports. "And that's...

Airlines Tighten Rules Surrounding Emotional…

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is cracking down on emotional support animals on airplanes. The agency announced that airlines are not required to recognize emotional support animals as service animals. The new rule states that airlines may treat emotional support animals as pets and require them to be handled as such. Airlines asked the DOT to regulate the issue due to their concern that passengers were taking advantage of the system. Airlines claim that passengers fraudulently passed off their pets as emotional support animals to avoid paying fees. Emotional support animals provide comfort but unlike service animals, they are not required to have training in specific tasks. According to CNN, pigs, peacocks, and other animals have previously flown as emotional support animals.

Winter parking rules in the Midwest begin

Winter parking rules begin in Illinois and Wisconsin as the season starts.

My Day

Trailer for 'My Day' starring Hannah Laresa Smith, Mike Kinsey, Karl Jackson, Gediminas Adomaitis, Jonas Cemm

CNN Ratings Soar, Top Fox in Coveted Demographic

The 2020 election didn't just inspire a record-setting number of votes—it also had America glued to the news. CNN and Fox News reaped the most benefits, with CNN dominating the coveted age demographic of 25 to 54 in November and raising its overall viewership by a 135% compared to...

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City Offers Reward for Man 'Lying in Wait'

The suspect in a string of at least 10 random assaults in Massachusetts now has a price on his head. Authorities in Waltham, about 20 miles outside of Boston, offered a $5,000 reward Tuesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man responsible for the recent...

School closings threaten gains of students with…

The pandemic is threatening to wipe out the educational progress made by many of the nation’s 7 million students with disabilities

Stray Chewbacca finds forever home

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