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Wokeism infecting medical schools is 'very, very dangerous': Dr. Aaron Kheriaty
Dr. Aaron Kheriaty decried the University of Florida College of Medicine reportedly incorporating aspects of critical race theory into its admissions and educational programs on "Unfiltered."
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Oregon player punches Oregon State fan after devastating loss
After the Oregon Ducks blew a three-touchdown lead and hurt their Pac 12 title game chances, an Oregon linebacker was caught punching an Oregon State fan.
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Jennifer Grey reveals 'Dirty Dancing' sequel will feature 'other characters' from original movie
Jennifer Grey revealed that audiences will see 'other characters' from the original movie in the upcoming "Dirty Dancing" sequel. She said that filming for the movie will begin in the spring
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Ohio-bound Southwest flight diverted to Arkansas after alleged assault onboard
Following an alleged assault midflight, a Southwest plane bound for Columbus, Ohio, was diverted to Little Rock, Arkansas, on Saturday.
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Hundreds pose nude on Australian beach to raise awareness for skin cancer
To raise awareness for the world's most common cancer, U.S. photographic artist Spencer Tunick took photos of 2,500 nude people at Sydney's Bondi Beach.
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California house fire being investigated as triple homicide after 3 found dead
A Black Friday fire at a southern California home is being investigated as a triple homicide after authorities say three bodies were found in the two-story home.
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Hamptons house where vacationing sisters died in overnight fire misrepresented on rental site: lawsuit
A rental home in the Hamptons did not have working smoke and carbon metal detectors as the rental website HomeAway claimed it did before a fire that killed two sisters last August, a lawsuit says.
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Handgun owners carrying daily in US doubled in 4 years; self-protection cited as main reason: study
Between 2015 and 2019, the number of gun owners carrying a handgun daily doubled as more gun owners say they are concerned about self-protection, according to a study.
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Numismatic breakthrough: Coin study suggests 'fake' Roman emperor was real
A team of researchers has concluded that the coin of Sponsian locked away for years in a museum cupboard in Glasgow is a genuine third-century artifact.
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Sylvester Stallone says he was worried that filming his new reality show would be embarrassing 'every day'
Sylvester Stallone was worried 'every day' that filming his new reality series would be embarrassing. The actor is starring alongside his wife Jennifer Flavin and his three daughters in the show.
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No. 21 Oregon State fights back from three-touchdown deficit to beat No. 9 Oregon
Trailing by 21 points in the third quarter, Oregon State was looking dead, but they outscored the Oregon Ducks 28-3 to end the game and get the win.
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Bronx mom blasts NYC crime after teen daughter is shot on Thanksgiving: 'It's out of control'
A mother railed against crime in New York City after her 14-year-old daughter was shot in the Bronx while on her way to pick up sugar for family's Thanksgiving meal.
Lane Kiffin says money was never a factor in decision to stay at Ole Miss
University of Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin spoke to OutKick about his decision to stay with the Rebels after rumors swirled he was taking the Auburn head coaching job.
Chinese authorities loosen COVID-19 restrictions in some neighborhoods after protests
China's zero-COVID policy has caused significant backlash following a number of incidents that could have been avoided if not for draconian lockdown policies.
Florida doctor accused of sexually assaulting multiple women under anesthesia at ritzy cosmetic studio
Cosmetic doctor Eric Salata has been accused of sexually assaulting multiple victims who were under anesthesia at his Naples, Florida, medical spa location.
Daylight Savings Time 'disproportionately' impacts 'communities of color,' insists CNN article
A recent CNN article argued that Daylight Savings Time is more harmful to the health and wellness of minority communities than it is to White people.
NBA wife blasts Charlotte Hornets, claims team downplayed the severity of Gordon Hayward’s injury
Gordon Hayward's agent told ESPN that his client had suffered a fractured left shoulder, but Hayward was ruled out of a game with what the Hornets labeled a "shoulder contusion."
Newsom won't challenge Biden in 2024, says he is 'all in' on president's re-election
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is ruling out a challenge to President Biden for the 2024 Democratic nomination, telling Biden that he is "all in" on his re-election race.
Hubble Space Telescope image shows galaxies merge 671M light-years away
Scientists at NASA and the European Space Agency released an image of merging galaxies captured by the Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys.
'PANDEMIC OF VIOLENCE': Lightfoot's record on crime at the forefront of Chicago mayoral election
The Chicago mayoral election features a number of candidates and comes amid a spike in crime as incumbent Mayor Lori Lightfoot seeks to retain her post leading the city.
Landslide on Italian island leaves up to a dozen missing
12 people were reported missing and over 100 stranded after rainfall led to landslides and collapsed at least 10 buildings on the Italian Island of Ischia.
Matt Whitaker: "I don't have any reason to believe there's enough evidence to indict President Trump."
Former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker analyzes the Justice Department's special counsel probe and the legal fight to extend Title 42 expulsions.
Irene Cara, 'Flashdance,' 'Fame' singer, dead at 63
"Fame" and "Flashdance...What a Feeling" singer Irene Cara has died at the age of 63. Her publicist confirmed in a statement posted on her official social media account.
Canada's Trudeau defends using emergency powers to shut down Freedom Convoy protests
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his use of emergency powers to end the Freedom Convoy trucker protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates on Friday.
Holiday stress is here: How to have a calmer, more peaceful next few months
Author Lisa Boucher of Ohio, whose new book is "Pray. Trust. Ride," shared advice for managing stress during the holidays — and offered tips for remaining healthy, calm and centered.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister: 'No greater threat' than Russia, seeks to preserve 'global rules-based order'
Lithuania has faced retaliation from China over Taiwan, facing import discrimination after allowing Taipei to open a trade office in the city of Vilnius.
Florida man arrested for attempted murder after woman rushed to hospital with hatchet protruding from head
A Florida man was arrested after a woman was rushed to the hospital with a hatchet protruding from her head. The suspect was charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder.
Idaho investigators rule out connection between college murders and other unsolved stabbings
Detectives looking into a quadruple homicide of a group of University of Idaho students have ruled out a connection between the attack and two other similar stabbings.
Focus on the Family in Colorado vandalized with graffiti days after Club Q tragedy: 'Blood is on your hands'
Focus on the Family, a prominent Christian organization in Colorado Springs, was vandalized on Thanksgiving Day with a message tying the facility to the Club Q shooting.
Musk torpedoes Axios report on 'lives at risk' over reinstating Twitter accounts: 'Much ado about nothing'
Twitter users hounded an Axios report from Thursday voicing the concerns of "activists" claiming Musk's handling of Twitter may put "lives at risk"