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Aaron Rodgers says his appearance at 2022 NFL Honors sparked his decision to finally get a haircut

On Tuesday, during his first appearance of the 2022 NFL season on "The Pat McAfee Show," Aaron Rodgers revealed why he decided to get a haircut.       
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Driver arrested after police shootout, chase in South L.A.
A man was arrested following a shootout with police and a car chase that ended with the suspect plowing his vehicle into parked cars in South L.A., authorities said.
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American, mom and baby among victims of Iranian missile attack on Iraq
The U.S., U.K. and United Nations have condemned the attack targeting Kurdish opposition groups as an unprovoked assault on Iraqi sovereignty.
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Texas warden, brother accused of shooting 2 migrants
Twins Mike and Mark Sheppard, 60, have been arrested on manslaughter charges for allegedly shooting and killing a male migrant, and wounding a female migrant who had stopped to drink water in rural Texas.
Next steps for victims of Hurricane Ian, from insurance claims to FEMA aid
As those impacted by Hurricane Ian begin the long recovery process, they may be able to rely on insurance, or a combination of insurance and federal aid.
Sunny Hostin Hits Back at Conservatives Angry with Lizzo Playing James Madison’s Flute, Points to President’s Slave-Owning History
"Well, James Madison owned 100 slaves. That's a degradation of history," Hostin scoffed.
Forest Bathing Shown to Reduce Anxiety: 'The More Nature, the Better'
"[The key is] being aware of what you are seeing, what you are smelling, what you are hearing, what you are touching." Yasuhiro Kotera told Newsweek.
‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ True Story: How John Chick Donohue Inspired the Zac Efron Movie
"For half a century, I’ve been told I was full of it, to the point where I stopped even telling this story,” the real John Donohue said.
Shipwreck of WWI German U-boat Discovered off Virginia in 400ft of Water
The wreck of the German U-Boat U-111 was intentionally sunk by the U.S. Navy in 1923 after it was captured at the end of the war.
SpaceX and NASA Might Team Up to Save the Hubble Space Telescope
NASAThe Hubble Space Telescope might be getting a much needed boost after NASA and SpaceX inked an agreement to explore ways to lift the spacecraft higher into orbit.The 32-year-old orbital instrument has been steadily falling back to Earth since its last service mission in 2009. That’s why NASA and SpaceX have signed a Space Act Agreement—which allows the agency to work with private entities—to study the viability of nudging the telescope back up, thereby extending its lifespan by an estimated 15 to 20 years.The idea would be to send SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft to the Hubble in order to boost it from its current 332 mile altitude orbit, to the 372 mile altitude it was originally stationed at when it was launched 1990. The study will look at the economic feasibility of such a mission, and explore whether or not the two parties could conduct a service mission to upgrade and repair the Hubble as well.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
19 celebrities who wore Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel to the Met Gala
From Blake Lively to Kristen Stewart, we're looking back at the best Chanel moments on the Met Gala red carpet ahead of 2023's Karl Lagerfeld theme.
Giant Gas Bubble Orbiting Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole: Study
Researchers say the gas bubble completes a full circle in just 70 minutes.
Pajama-Obsessed Cat That Loves to Be Tucked In at Bedtime Melts Hearts
Tiktok users described Alfie and his bedtime routine as "the cutest thing ever."
Comic Chris D'Elia hit with restraining order by woman he says he never met
Embattled comedian Chris D'Elia has been accused of threatening to release intimate, adult videos of a woman and making death threats against her.
Coast Guard Airlifts Couple, Cats Off Inaccessible Sanibel Island
Hundreds of residents were stranded on the Florida island and surrounded by severe flooding after the Sanibel Causeway collapsed into the Gulf of Mexico.
Disney World, Universal Orlando, have reopened after Hurricane Ian, but not to everyone at once
Florida's biggest theme parks are gradually reopening following Hurricane Ian. Here's when guests can go back.
Florida’s death toll from Hurricane Ian rises to 21
The death toll from Hurricane Ian's brutal assault on Florida rose to at least 21 by Friday, with more expected in the decimated "ground zero" -- and other bodies already spotted in a submerged home, officials said in a harrowing update.
NASA taps Elon Musk’s SpaceX to keep Hubble mission alive
Commissioning Musk’s company saves the government millions, if not billions, in R&D money if they were to use their own craft.
Elon Musk Only Has “Yes” Men
The Tesla CEO’s text messages about Twitter tell us a lot about his skewed reality.
Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' exit signals a changing view of the late-night throne
Johnny Carson's 30-plus-year reign as late-night TV's king hosting "The Tonight Show" exerted enormous influence over the hosts who followed him, who behaved as if reaching that "throne" was the pinnacle of show-business success, battling over it accordingly.
Florida official describes harrowing search scene in wake of Ian
The governor said more than 1,000 rescue personnel are going up and down the Florida coast.
Texas Woman Pays Off Unexpected $10K Dental Bill in Months by Upcycling
"I have always been good at DIY, my dad is an engineer, but it was still a learning process and I learned a lot from my own mistakes," Lilly Skjoldahl told Newsweek.
Apple exec leaving company after off-color joke goes viral
Apple's VP of procurement is out of a job after crude remarks were captured on TikTok, according to Bloomberg.
Willem de Koonig ‘Woman-Ochre’ painting stolen in 1985 returned to Arizona museum
After a Willem de Kooning painting worth millions was brazenly stolen in 1985 from an Arizona museum, no one would have believed it would come back thanks to kind strangers.
Ukraine Puts Allies' Support to the Test After Putin Claims Territory
Ukraine has moved to accelerate its NATO bid on the heels of Russia annexing the Luhansk People's Republic, Donetsk People's Republic, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia.
Russian Wagner Commander Killed in Ukraine's Donbas
Alexei Nagin was reportedly killed by a Ukrainian strike on September 20.
Meghan McCain Slams Marilyn Monroe Biopic 'Blonde'—'Absolute Garbage'
"Really a disgrace to the nuanced, intelligent and yes sexy American icon Marilyn Monroe," McCain wrote in a tweet regarding the Netflix movie.
Hollywood Forgot to Tell You About a Delightful Jon Hamm Comedy You Can Stream Right Now
The new movie from the 'Superbad' director is well worth a watch, and a reminder that Hollywood doesn't know what to do with a mid-budget comedy these days
How To Use a Generator Safely After a Hurricane
Portable generators carry risks including carbon monoxide poisoning and electrocution.
Inflación alcanza 10% en los 19 países que usan el euro
La inflación en las naciones de Europa que usan el euro alcanza el doble dígito en momentos en que se disparan los precios de la electricidad y el gas natural, indicativo de una inminente recesión invernal para una de las principales economías del mundo mientras los costos más elevados socavan el poder de consumo de la población
Kim Kardashian has strict rules to fly on her $150 million private jet
The reality star purchased the pricey aircraft, the same type that Jeff Bezos owns, in 2021, but it took a year for it to be designed to her liking.
Mayor announces new program for Angelenos to monitor water consumption
Angelenos can track their at-home water usage through a new pilot program established by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, one of the latest initiatives aimed at stepping up local conservation efforts, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced.
Putin proclaims annexation of four regions of Ukraine, U.S. calls his actions illegal
After months of fighting between Russia and Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin has signed a treaty annexing multiple regions of Ukraine.
'It's like a war zone': Residents start to rebuild after Ian's wrath in Englewood, Florida
In Englewood, Florida, residents have begun the daunting task of cleaning up and rebuilding following the devastating passage of Hurricane Ian.
Iran Protests Continue Despite Heavy Crackdowns
Dozens of people have been killed in nationwide demonstrations that erupted almost two weeks ago after Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died in police custody.
Putin’s Annexation Has ‘No Legitimacy,’ Biden Says, as US Issues New Sanctions
The U.S. sanctioned more than 1,000 people and firms connected to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine after President Vladimir Putin signed treaties absorbing occupied regions of Ukraine into Russia, in defiance of international law.
'Travelers have sky-high expectations for the trips': What demanding customers want
While a demanding customer might affect your next trip, you could also indirectly benefit from these travelers who expect the world.
Man Backed for Skipping Sister's Wedding to Go to Gay Club
"A gay club sounds much more fun than a wedding with guests who judge you for whom you love," one user commented.
Anderson Cooper on witnessing Tony Bennett's final act | 60 Minutes
The 60 Minutes correspondent said of his report, "It was among the most extraordinary things I'd experienced on a shoot."
Florida officials warn of parasites and predators in Hurricane Ian’s wake
Florida officials are warning shellshocked homeowners to be wary of insurance scammers in the wake of Hurricane Ian's destruction.
Putin's Nord Stream Gamble Backfires as Russia Losing Energy War
Europe has adapted to a lack of Russian gas, through "record-high LNG imports, increased non-Russian piped flows and demand reduction," an expert told Newsweek.
Injured dog found tied to a tree with eerie markings all over its body
RSPCA Queensland is investigating a potential case of animal abuse after a dog was found injured and tied to a tree, with mysterious marker drawings covering his body.
Florida ‘street shark’ caught in viral video during Hurricane Ian
A fishy video of a purported shark swimming in a Florida neighborhood during Hurricane Ian has been confirmed to be real – though it remains unclear if it was a predator plying the waters.
Hurricane Ian bears down on Carolinas threatening Charleston, Myrtle Beach
Hurricane Ian headed toward South Carolina's coast and the historic city of Charleston, with forecasters predicting a storm surge and floods.
California Politics: Newsom needles Democrats while praising Biden in a delicate dance
The governor has made a national splash with harsh words for Democratic and Republican leaders, but his criticism stops short of the White House.
Hurricane Ian in Florida spurs frantic messages about missing loved ones and wrecked homes
Floridians shared fears, anxiety and hopes as they weathered Hurricane Ian this week — and those who love them weighed in, too. Fox News Digital rounded up a number of inside-the-storm messages.
Bethenny Frankel Lashes Out at Meghan Markle Over Funeral Hand-Holding
The reality TV star urged people comparing Meghan and Harry's PDAs to William and Kate's to "grow up."
Best Christmas gifts for women: 43 ideas she will love in 2022
We included flowers, chocolates and items just as lovely for the holidays that she'll adore.
Alemania advierte de nueva ola de casos de COVID-19
El ministro de Salud de Alemania advierte que el país registra un aumento constante de casos de COVID-19 a medida que entra el otoño, en insta a la población mayor a recibir una segundad dosis de refuerzo, la cual fue adaptada para proteger contra las nuevas variantes