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25 Dog Breeds That Stay Small
These permanently small dog breeds make excellent puppy-sized pets.
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China 'Ready' to Help India Fight COVID-19 Crisis Amid U.S. Vaccine Materials Ban
"The COVID-19 pandemic is a common enemy of all mankind that necessitates international solidarity and mutual assistance," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.
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The Toxicity of the Permanent Outrage Mentality | Opinion
The unfortunate reality is that, in our modern political and media ecosystem, a permanently aggrieved, outraged, victimized mentality pays well.
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Argentina Loses Country's Google Domain After Random Citizen Buys it for $5
On Wednesday night, an Argentian purchased ownership of the Google Argentina domain for a little over $5 after its ownership lapsed.
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Democrats Defeat GOP Effort to Add College Admissions Discrimination to Asian Hate Crimes Bill
Before passing legislation to curb hate crimes against Asian and Pacific Island Americans, Senate Democrats stopped Republicans from including discrimination against Asian Americans in college admissions.
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Florida Schools Could Have Required 'Moment of Silence' Every Day Under New Bill
A bill requiring a "moment of silence" is public schools was passed by Florida's state legislature on Thursday could soon become law with the signature of Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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Treasure Hunter Finds Fabled Fortune Worth $46,000 Under Family's Floorboards
Keith Wille put a longstanding family rumor to rest when he tracked down a box containing tens of thousands of dollars in cash.
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Los Angeles Billboard Begs Marvel to Bring Back Tony Stark
A mysterious sign is asking for the return of Iron Man.
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CENTCOM Commander General McKenzie Says Iraqi Government Wants U.S. to Stay
The general said that Iraq needs the U.S. support "to continue the fight against ISIS."
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University of Texas Creating Separate Band That Won't Perform 'The Eyes of Texas' After Backlash
The university said the Longhorn marching and pep bands will still play the song, while a newly established "to be named" university band will not be required to.
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New Jersey AG Spent $270,000 to Investigate Media Reports on Top State Cop
"Thank God for the media, serving as the proper watchdog of public officials," news commentator and radio host Roland Martin told Newsweek, "but you should have checks and balances in the system, to where it doesn't require a story or a series of stories to be done to expose wrongdoing."
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College Party Goes Viral After Destructive Students Overturn Cars in Street
Viewers online are in shock after a photo featuring a block full of property damage from a massive college party went viral.
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Kansas State Senator Vows to Keep Pushing Transgender Sports Bill Until it Passes After Veto
Renee Erickson, a Republican state senator from Wichita, Kansas, vowed to continue efforts to ban transgender athletes from participating in girls' and women's school sports.
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Florida Supreme Court Strikes Down 2022 Ballot Initiative to Legalize Recreational Marijuana
In a 5-to-2 ruling, the justices declared that the constitutional ballot initiative was "misleading" because the drug would still be illegal at the federal level.
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The U.S. Needs to Stop Helping Erdogan Gaslight Armenians | Opinion
What it would mean for the United States to officially recognize the Armenian genocide as the historic fact that it is?
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White College Lecturer Tells Class She's 'Sick' of Talking About BLM
The school's administration has condemned the lecturer's comments, which were made to students in a virtual writing class.
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Russian Defense Minister Shoigu Orders Heavy Weapons to Remain Near Ukraine Border Even as Troops Pull Out
Troops are expected to return to their bases by May 1, but it remains unclear how many will remain in the region.
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California Private Schools Got 20K Enrollment Boost in Fall as Many Public Schools Remained Closed
Data from the California Department of Education shows that the number of students at K-12 schools dropped by more than 160,000 this academic year to a total of 6 million.
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Christian 'Prophet' Johnny Enlow Claims Trump 'Anointed' by God to Take Down Billionaires Who 'Really Control' World
"The archangels are working with him," the pastor said of Trump's "assignment" from God.
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TikToker Gains Following for Daily Runs in Honor of Ahmaud Arbery
Today marks day 337 that Ellis Harrison, a student at the University of Missouri, has been taking a run for a greater cause. Harrison, who documents his daily runs on TikTok, has gathered more than 51k followers and millions of likes.
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No, Ma'Khia Bryant is Not the Next George Floyd | Opinion
If we want meaningful police reform, if we want to prevent more murders like George Floyd's, we must acknowledge the differences between the shooting deaths of armed assailants like Ma'Khia Bryant and Adam Toledo, however tragic they are, and the callous execution of an unarmed man pinned beneath a white man's knee.
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Hollywood Press Members Feel Victim of Cancel Culture Even as They Oust Philip Berk Over BLM Comments
While members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association agree with Philip Berk's firing, they also say the lack of black journalists in Tinseltown is not their doing.
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23 Dogs Test Positive for COVID-19 Antibodies in Washington, Study Finds
"While these are the first cases of a pet testing positive in Washington, they are not the first in the U.S.," the Washington State Department of Agriculture said in a press release.
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Indian Court Urges Officials to 'Beg, Borrow or Steal' Oxygen as COVID Spike Causes Shortage
"The bodies were everywhere, they were being cremated on sidewalks meant for walking. I have never [seen] such a flow of dead bodies in my life."
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Dogecoin, the Crypto Launched as a Joke, May Have the Last Laugh
" An entire generation of investors is speculating on their own meme currency, which is essentially a parody of money," Seeking Alpha said in a report. "Behind Dogecoin is a rebelliously nihilistic and perhaps dangerous idea that meme money is no more real than actual currency."
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Afghanistan's Military Could Struggle to Protect U.S. Embassy Once Troops Leave, General Frank McKenzie Says
McKenzie's comments came after President Joe Biden ordered a full withdrawal of all American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, ending 20 years of U.S. involvement in the country.
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In the Wake of Georgia Election Law, Democrats Say the Next Phase is Aimed at Latino Voters
In states with some of the largest Latino electorates in the country, from Florida, to Texas, and Arizona, GOP-led bills seek to curtail voting.
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Josh Hawley Only Senator to Vote Against COVID Hate Crimes Bill Against Asian Americans
In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, the Senate voted 94 to 1 to pass the COVID Hate Crimes Act on Thursday.
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Turtle Flies Through Car Windshield on Highway and Hits Woman on the Head
Earlier this week, a Florida woman was driving on the interstate when a turtle flew through her windshield, injuring her 71-year-old mother.
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Professors Go After Colleague in Flyer for Advising Turning Point USA, Face Ethics Probe
A flyer from two professors about their colleague reads "this racist college professor thought it would be a great idea to help start a Tennessee Tech chapter of this national hate group where racist students."
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