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Man Arrested After Allegedly Killing Alligator, Posing With It on Snapchat
Hunting of the animals is regulated and limited in Georgia and only allowed within a specified season.
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Hennessy shots, expletives and trolling: Marshawn Lynch stars on 'Manningcast' coverage of NFL game
Marshawn Lynch is a treasure and needs to be preserved at all costs.
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Dave Chappelle Statement in Full: The Comedian's Response to Netflix Special Backlash
Dave Chappelle has been at the center of a huge debate involving Netflix and the trans community—and he has now given his thoughts on the controversy.
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Family of 5 hiding from Taliban pleads for help getting out of Afghanistan
A family of five is in hiding from the Taliban in Afghanistan. Fearing their education makes them a Taliban target, they are pleading for help from American volunteers.
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Sign at Chick-Fil-A Branch: 'We Don't Discriminate Against Unvaccinated'
The sign at a Chick-Fil-A branch said: "We do not discriminate against unvaccinated, religion, race, sex, vaccinated, maskless, mask all neighbors welcome."
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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey joins states pushing back against Biden administration’s vaccine mandates
In her executive order, the Republican governor said state officials should not penalize any business or individual for ignoring federal vaccine mandates, calling those mandates "outrageous."
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Britney Spears: My family hurt me "deeper than you'll ever know"
Pop star takes to Instagram to address their "humiliating" behavior and says she's "tired of being this understanding Mother Teresa."
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Supreme Court justices may have met a vaccine mandate some of them don't like
A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers are asking the Supreme Court to block a state rule that mandates certain health care facilities require their employees to be fully vaccinated, arguing that the requirement violates their religious liberty rights.
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Sinema confronted in airport for second time this month, ‘Don’t touch me’
A new video emerged Monday that showed Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., being confronted by a woman who identified herself as a constituent who walked closely next to the senator, prompting Sinema to say, “Don’t touch me,” according to reports.
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College enrollment has plummeted during the pandemic. This fall, it's even worse
The pandemic has seen far fewer students go to college — that trend continued this fall, according to preliminary data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
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FDA panel meets to discuss vaccines for kids
An advisory panel at the Food and Drug Administration will vote on Tuesday whether to move forward with authorizing vaccines for children ages 5-11.
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'Celebrity' golf coach Federico Alba reveals hidden life of Sicily
Federico Alba is a golf professional and tour guide. With a growing reputation as a must-see golfing destination, Alba takes Living Golf on a trip to his native Sicily and Verdura Golf Club.
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Will Halyna Hutchins' death on the set of 'Rust' be a 'breakthrough' moment for Hollywood safety?
Long hours, inexperience, and a crew walk off before a death on the set of "Rust" may lead to big changes in how Hollywood handles guns.       
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'Squid Game' proves why endless Hollywood remakes are bad for TV fans – and for business
From "Squid Game" to "Only Murders in the Building," original content is thriving on TV. When will networks stop with the remakes?       
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As the Astros return to the World Series, is it time for baseball to forgive and forget? Nah.
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If NASA green lights this interstellar mission, it could last 100 years
Scientists who want to understand what's beyond our solar system have designed an interstellar spacecraft that could go out farther and faster than the famous Voyager probes.
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Disney World 4 Parks in 1 Day Challenge: '193,338 steps later, my husband and I agreed we'd do it again'
The Disney World '4 Parks in 1 Day' challenge: You can do it, but planning is everything. Here's how columnist Britt Kennerly did it.      
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D.C.-area forecast: A windy, unsettled Tuesday, nicer midweek, then stormy Friday
Clearing on Sunday should come in time for trick-or-treating.
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ERs are now swamped with seriously ill patients — but most don't even have COVID
Patients who couldn't see a doctor earlier in the pandemic, or were too afraid to go to a hospital, have finally become too sick to stay away. Many ERs now struggle to cope with an onslaught of need.
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Divestment Is Pushing Money Away From Fossil Fuels
The divestment campaign has taken much of the shine off what was once the planet’s dominant industry.
nytimes.com
The Student Body Is Deaf and Diverse. The School’s Leadership Is Neither.
More than 30 years after a groundbreaking protest at Gallaudet University in Washington, questions about leadership at a school for the deaf in Atlanta have been further compounded by race.
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'We Live in a 6,000 Square Foot Underground Nuclear Bunker'
There is only about 4ft of earth above us, but the whole structure is built with two feet of reinforced concrete. We have a 3,000lb blast door at the front, a 2,000lb blast door at the back and an escape hatch that leads to a full stairwell that you can go up and leave through.
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NFL Power Rankings for Week 8: Something strange is going on
The NFC is the NFL’s dominant conference yet again.
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Kim Kardashian West unveils latest collaboration
Kim Kardashian West's shapewear and lingerie brand, Skims, has unveiled a capsule collection in collaboration with Italian fashion house Fendi.
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Prince Andrew's Epstein Trial Will Not Wreck Queen's Jubilee in Let-Off for Royals
Prince Andrew's Jeffrey Epstein-related civil trial will likely take place after July 2022—after a major date in Queen Elizabeth II's reign.
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China Military Aircraft Buzz Taiwan Air Defenses 10 Days in a Row
Regular military operations returned to the skies southwest of Taiwan following a brief period of quiet in which China sent just four flights in 11 days.
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Kyrsten Sinema Officiated at Wedding Where Guests Dressed up in Native American Outfits
A spokesperson for Sinema said the senator "did not interact" with the guests dressed in face paint and headdresses.
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'The Voice' 2021: Everyone Eliminated in the First Knockouts
"The Voice" Season 21 is through to its Knockouts. Here's who made it through to the live playoffs in Team Blake Shelton, Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend.
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Lizzo and Sarah Paulson Recreate Famous 'American Horror Story' Scene On TikTok
The singer and actor took part in a TikTok challenge that saw them recreate a scene from "American Horror Story" Season 2, titled "Asylum."
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Queen Elizabeth Not Even Walking Her Beloved Dogs as She Recovers From Mystery Health Crisis
Chris Jackson/ Getty ImagesQueen Elizabeth is missing out on one of the simple pleasures of her life—walking her dogs every day in Windsor Great Park—as she recovers from a mystery health condition that landed her in hospital last week, it was reported Tuesday.Reports say the 95-year old monarch has not been out exercising any of her three dogs in recent days. Her Majesty has two corgi puppies and a dorgi.Dorgis, a cross between a corgi and a dachshund, have been a royal favorite ever since one of the queen’s corgis had puppies as a result of unplanned liaison with one of her late sister Princess Margaret’s dachshunds.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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