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Caleb Whisnand, Father of Missing Alabama Baby Found Dead, Charged With Manslaughter
Caleb Whisnand Sr. claimed he went to pay for gas and when he returned to his vehicle found his baby son was missing.
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Australian fisherman shows off giant rock lobster in TikTok video
An Australian fisherman recently caught a huge rock lobster and showed off the creature in a TikTok video that has been viewed more than 3 million times.
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CDC recommends Pfizer's vaccine for kids as young as 12; additional cases of blood clots linked to J&J vaccine: Live COVID-19 updates
Children as young as 12 can expect to start getting Pfizer's vaccine Thursday in many states, calls for Olympic cancellation and more COVID updates,       
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How can you compare the 9/11 attacks and the Jan. 6 insurrection? That's crazy, right?
The Big Lie that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump is like throwing gasoline on a fire. It guarantees further violence.       
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Zdeno Chara was Boston’s leader. As the Caps’ Cup pursuit begins, he must face his former team.
Game 1 of of the Capitals-Bruins series is scheduled for Saturday night at Capital One Arena.
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Podcast: How The Evangelical Machine Got Made
Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google PodcastsThese days, everyone assumes that this is just a fact of life: Evangelicals are Republicans, and Republicans are evangelicals. The powerful alliance culminated in the 2016 election of Donald Trump, tying the reputation of Christianity in America to the Trump brand—maybe permanently.It wasn’t always like this. One man—a political operative from Georgia named Ralph Reed—devised a plan to harness the energy of young Christians and turn them into America’s most powerful voting bloc, one church mailing list at a time. Decades later, when Donald Trump came on the political scene, Reed knew he would be big—and convinced his fellow evangelicals that they should give him a shot.Trump’s election was everything Reed spent his entire career fighting for: a president who was anti–abortion rights, listened to evangelical leaders, and advocated for Christians who felt pushed out of the public square. But Reed’s victory had a cost. Many, many Christians have come to feel that their church cares more about politics than Jesus. They have spoken out. They have grieved. And some of them have left.This week on The Experiment, we have the first episode in a two-part series: Meet the man who turned a disparate group of evangelicals into America’s most powerful voting bloc and invented the evangelical political brand. Then join us next week for Part 2, when we’ll look at the human cost of political victory—a cost that might ultimately be very high.Further reading: “A Christian Insurrection”Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com.This episode was produced by Katherine Wells and Alvin Melathe, with reporting by Emma Green. Editing by Julia Longoria, Tracie Hunte, and Emily Botein. Fact-check by William Brennan. Sound design by David Herman.
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What Michael Fanone Video Shows As Capitol Rioters Assault D.C. Officer in Bodycam Footage
The D.C. police officer can be heard screaming and telling protesters he has children as he is assaulted during the Capitol riot on January 6.
newsweek.com
What we can learn from the most memorable commencement speeches of all time
The annual blitz of commencement speeches is upon us. Steel yourself for pithy aphorisms, sage advice, and a dose of imposter syndrome from the celebrity speakers.
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What we can learn from the most memorable commencement speeches of all time
The annual blitz of commencement speeches is upon us. Steel yourself for pithy aphorisms, sage advice, and a dose of imposter syndrome from some of the greatest (or most famous) minds available to the US college system.
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People are panic buying homes as prices skyrocket around the world
It wasn't long ago that real estate experts were bracing for the worst.
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People are panic buying homes as prices skyrocket around the world
It wasn't long ago that real estate experts were bracing for the worst.
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Colonial Pipeline goes back online after cyberattack forced shutdown
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Florida woman, 28, allegedly dressed as student at Miami HS to promote Instagram account
A 28-year-old woman who went to a Miami high school on Monday dressed as a student to promote her Instagram account was later arrested, according to reports.
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California police arrest 2 suspects, including 11-year-old boy, in robbery of elderly Asian man
Two suspects, ages 17 and 11, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the daylight attack and robbery of an elderly Asian man in San Leandro, California, this weekend, according to authorities.
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Shortages force Indian states to suspend vaccinations for 18 to 44 age group
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Years Later, Former White House Counsel McGahn Agrees To Testify
The House Judiciary Committee first subpoenaed former White House Counsel Don McGahn in 2019.
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Apple and Google totally control what you do on your smartphones. We need fair rules.
Their stranglehold on the app market and smartphones means customers are losing money and choices. We must make sure third-party apps can compete.       
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Greene tries to confront AOC, asks why she supports ‘terrorists and antifa’: report
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., tried to “aggressively confront” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Wednesday, shouting questions about why the New York Democrat supports “terrorists and antifa,” according to a report.
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Deposed Cheney fights back, but Liz-ism may be no match for Trumpism
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As Israel-Hamas air war rages, violence spreads on Israeli streets
The violence has reached deeper into Israel than any since the 2000 Palestinian intifada, or uprising. Arab and Jewish mobs are rampaging through the streets.
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Taiwanese rush for vaccines as island experiences peak daily cases
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Steve Jobs gave the most watched commencement speech of all time
The former CEO of Apple, died 10 years ago this October. His speech to Stanford University's class of 2005 continues to inspire.
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With Liz Cheney removed as House GOP chair, what's next?
The first order of business will be to replace Cheney, and it looks like Rep. Elise Stefanik will step into that role.       
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Bitcoin Is Red Hot. Can It Ever Be Green?
Can you love Bitcoin and the environment at the same time? The digital currency depends on so-called miners whose high-powered computers run day and night, soaking up electricity to perform the calculations used to verify transactions. Since almost two-thirds of mining takes place in China, where coal is the biggest source of electricity, that means more emissions. Supporters argue that Bitcoin’s carbon output is a drop in the global bucket, and that a switch to pollution-free power sources is a
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Get Vaccinated, Win $1 Million: Ohio Bets Lottery Will Convince People to Get Shots
More than 4.2 million Ohioans—about 36%—had completed the vaccination process. But the number of people seeking vaccines has dropped in recent weeks
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Yankees starter Luis Severino’s live BP session delayed
Rehabbing Yankees starter Luis Severino was scheduled to throw a batting practice session, but that has been pushed back after the right-hander woke up with a stiff back.
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Ingraham: Multiple crises expose weakness of President Biden's leadership
Fox News host Laura Ingraham opened Wednesday's “Ingraham Angle” questioning President Biden's ability to lead and suggested that the crises facing the Biden Administration now from Israel to the U.S. border to gas shortages are not concerning to the White House
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NFL releases 2021 schedule with Week 1 few months away
The 2021 NFL schedules were officially released Wednesday night and there are a ton of intriguing matchups on the docket for fans to look forward to come the end of the year.
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Erdogan tells Putin that Israel needs ‘deterrent lesson,’ report says
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the international community should give Israel a "strong and deterrent lesson" for its actions against the Palestinians, according to reports this week.
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High school girls' tennis: Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings
High school girls' tennis: Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings from across the Southland.
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