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Elon Musk mentions Tesla supercomputer in cryptic Dogecoin tweet

A three-word Twitter post about Dogecoin from Elon Musk has sparked speculation about whether Tesla's experimental supercomputer could help the meme-inspired cryptocurrency.
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British teen who joined ISIS not allowed to return to UK to fight for citizenship, court rules
The UK Supreme Court ruled Friday that "ISIS bride" Shamima Begum cannot return to the United Kingdom to appeal the revocation of her UK citizenship.
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Nets rout Magic 129-92, run NBA-leading win streak to eight
Kyrie Irving had 27 points and nine assists, James Harden scored 20 points and the Nets extended their longest winning streak since moving to Brooklyn to eight games with a 129-92 rout of the Orlando Magic on Thursday night.
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These U.S. Employers Have Upped Minimum Wage to $15 since Biden's Election Win
Some companies have pledged to increase their minimum wage regardless of whether or not the Raise the Wage Act 2021 passes.
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Kane's 399th goal pushes Blackhawks past Blue Jackets 2-0
Patrick Kane broke a scoreless tie in the third period for his 399th career goal, Malcolm Subban got his first shutout of the season and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-0 on Thursday night to sweep a two-game series.
Florida's MacDill Air Force Base makes dream come true for girl, 5, amid cancer battle
A 5-year-old girl battling cancer achieved her dream of becoming a U.S. Air Force pilot this week thanks to Florida's MacDill Air Force Base and the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Grimes scores 33 points, No. 12 Houston beats WKU 81-57
Quentin Grimes scored a career-high 33 points and had six rebounds to help No. 12 Houston beat Western Kentucky 81-57 on Thursday night.
Here's What Prince Harry Told James Corden About Leaving the Royal Family
The royal appeared on Thursday's episode of James Corden's "The Late Late Show" in Los Angeles.
Mother who lost her three children and her mom in a fire during Texas power outages talks about the tragic night
As Texas hobbles back to normal life after a devastating winter storm, one mother is still trying to come to terms with a heart-wrenching and unfathomable personal tragedy.
Mother who lost her three children and her mom in a fire during Texas power outages talks about the tragic night
As Texas hobbles back to normal life after a devastating winter storm, one mother is still trying to come to terms with a heart-wrenching and unfathomable personal tragedy.
No. 1 UConn wins Big East regular-season title with rout
Geno Auriemma doesn't profess to be hip, so even he wasn't exactly sure what he meant when he disclosed his new term of endearment for Nika Muhl.
Sorenstam returns with a lot more stress and fewer birdies
Annika Sorenstam doesn't remember golf being this difficult.
Burmese police arrest Japanese journalist covering anti-coup protest: report
A Japanese journalist has been arrested by police in Burma in the first foreign press arrested since the country’s Feb. 1 military coup, according to a report.
Trump in 2024? 'Absolutely,' Mitch McConnell says
No. 2 NC State women get hot from outside, beat Pitt 83-53
Second-ranked North Carolina State rolled in its home finale while looking as comfortable as ever shooting from outside in the familiar Reynolds Coliseum setting.
A culture war has been brewing at the Capitol for years. Now it's at a boiling point.
A culture war has been brewing for years. Now amplified by the Capitol riots, the climate is "definitely one of the bad moments in American history."
Joe Biden's COVID relief plan will get a House vote Friday, but it awaits a Senate divided over bill's size, scope
The Democrat-controlled House is poised to pass Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan on a largely party-line vote. That might be the easy part.
Why Is Facebook Launching An All-Out War On Apple's Upcoming iPhone Update?
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Apple's Tim Cook are fighting over iPhone privacy rules. At stake is the future of how iPhone user data is used by data brokers and advertisers.
College Tuition Sparked A Mental Health Crisis. Then The Hefty Hospital Bill Arrived
A student sought counseling help after panicking over a tuition bill. A weeklong stay in a psychiatric hospital followed — along with a $3,413 bill. The hospital soft-pedaled its charity care policy.
'Punky Brewster' star Soleil Moon Frye on how child stardom didn't phase her: We 'played make-believe'
The actress was just eight years old when starred in the '80s sitcom with Cherie Johnson and George Gaynes.
D.C.-area forecast: Clouds increase today, with rain odds up starting tonight
Temperatures are mild through the weekend, despite increasing dampness.
Virginia Is Poised To Approve Its Own Voting Rights Act
The legislation pushed by Democrats underscores the southern state's transformation when it comes to voting restrictions.
Biden's $1.9 Trillion Rescue Plan: Vital Medicine Or Costly Overkill?
Backers of Biden's ambitious stimulus plan say it will help struggling families and businesses, but critics say it goes too far.
With One Move, Congress Could Lift Millions Of Children Out Of Poverty
Lawmakers are weighing a proposal to give families with kids a monthly, cash benefit to help ease the lifelong pull of poverty. Experts say it could cut U.S. child poverty nearly in half.
Fewer Africans think taxes are legitimate. That’s a problem.
How citizens view taxation could be critical to government responses to emergencies such as the coronavirus.
Golden Globes 2021: A breakdown of the nominated movies
The 2021 Golden Globe nominations included recognition for streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ with popular movies like "Soul" and "Trial of the Chicago 7" also being honored.
Ex-Washington employees ask NFL to release report findings
Twenty former Washington Football Team employees asked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday to release the final report of an independent investigation into the organization’s conduct when it's completed.
California Husband Tries to Bury His Wife Alive at Coronado Beach—Police
The victim told police that Jose Luis Mares III attacked her and "began putting sand on top of her" following an argument.
Mickelson eyeing record 3rd straight PGA Tour Champions win
Phil Mickelson made history 30 years ago in Tucson, becoming one of seven amateurs to win a PGA Tour event since 1940.
'WandaVision' Episode 8 Post-Credits Scene Explained: What It Means for the Finale
"WandaVision" ended its penultimate episode with a post-credits scene featuring a new version of an Avenger—and star Paul Bettany has teased what this could mean for the finale of the Disney+ show.
Iconic moments from Paris Fashion Week history
As another mostly digital Fashion Week prepares to open in Paris next week, we look back at some of the most memorable moments from past years.
Democrats Round on Filibuster After $15 Minimum Wage Blow
A number of progressives called for the Senate political tactic to be abolished.
No. 5 South Carolina wins 13th straight over Ole Miss, 68-43
South Carolina didn't waste time celebrating its latest victory over Mississippi, not with the bigger picture in sight.
Billie Eilish Reveals Her Deepest, Darkest Hopes and Fears in ‘The World’s A Little Blurry’
Via Apple+Billie Eilish hates writing songs. She likes singing, she likes having songs to sing, but she really can’t stand writing songs. This is one of many surprising things we learn about the preternaturally talented popstar in her new Apple TV+ documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry. Not only does she hate writing songs, but she hates writing songs with her older brother and collaborator, Finneas O’Connell.“It really tortures me,” she says in the kitchen of her childhood home, where the family is holding an impromptu meeting to address Eilish’s reluctance to write the hit song her label wants of her. “Especially with you, because you’re so good at it,” she adds to O’Connell.It’s not something one would expect to hear from the co-writer of some of the most emotionally expansive and resonant pop songs released in recent years. Her Grammy Award-winning 2019 album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, is populated with lyrics that integrate winking turns of phrase with vulnerable confessions ripped straight from the pages of Eilish’s diary. Together, Eilish and O’Connell are a creative dream team. Read more at The Daily Beast.
QAnon believers duped by Trump, Melania Impersonators on Telegram
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyQAnon conspiracy theorists pushed off of major social media platforms in the aftermath of the U.S. Capitol riot have a new problem: falling for obvious impersonators of their right-wing heroes on the messaging app Telegram.A months-long purge of QAnon believers on sites like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter climaxed in the days following the Jan. 6 riot, with Twitter alone banning 70,000 QAnon-related accounts. QAnon believers’ attempts to organize elsewhere online hit another wall in January when Amazon pulled server support from conservative site Parler, taking the upstart social media network offline for a month.Faced with few other options, QAnon believers and other Trump supporters opened accounts on Telegram, a social media network and messaging app that was already popular with conservative figures banned from more mainstream platforms.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Publix COVID Vaccine Appointment Eligibility and How to Book Online
At this time, COVID-19 vaccine appointments can only be made via the Publix website and residents are unable to receive email notifications about availability.
CDC balks at watchdog’s push to remake Covid-19 tracking
The Government Accountability Office wants to know why health agencies' Covid-19 data are still inconsistent and confusing to track one year later.
Republicans hit mute on Obamacare wars
The pandemic and Biden’s incremental policies have scrambled the party’s usual lines of attack.
Saudi Arabia is experiencing the downside of betting on the Trump family
Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema Win on Byrd Rule as White House Pushes to Pass Stimulus
The two Democratic senators had previously indicated that they did not think the minimum wage increase was able to be pushed through in the reconciliation process.
Tiger Woods moved to new hospital to continue care
Tiger Woods, the golf legend involved in a serious car crash earlier this week, was moved to Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday to continue “orthopedic care and recovery.”
#RIPTwitter Trends After It Unveils Paid Super Follows Subscription Feature
The hashtag became a top-5 trending topic as it was used thousands of times to reject the new feature, which lets users charge a monthly fee for exclusive content or perks.
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Another Covid-19 surge hangs in the balance
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Ex-marine Motorcycle Deputy, 41, Killed During Traffic Stop in Los Angeles
Thomas J. Albanese was killed in a collision at the intersection of Del Amo Boulevard and Paramount Boulevard in the City of Lakewood.
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Tiger Woods made us realize it's OK to love an imperfect athlete
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Global Markets Drop Sharply, Following Wall Street’s Slump
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Johnson & Johnson vaccine set for FDA advisory committee review; Joe Biden urges unity with state governors. Latest COVID-19 updates
The FDA will hold an all-day meeting Friday to review data on Johnson & Johnson's candidate vaccine. Global deaths top 2.5M. Latest COVID-19 updates.       
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Overstuffed $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill endangers future growth and prosperity: Kasich
Strip the bloated COVID package to its essentials or it will drive up deficits so high they'll threaten US economic wellbeing and response capacity.      
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'I Was Dead For 40 Minutes'
I was extremely pale and I had no pulse. That's when Rachel, Tyler and Peter started performing CPR on me in rotation.
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