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How Donald Trump's Truth Social is Connected to China

Truth Social is backed by Patrick Orlando, a CEO who reportedly also runs a company operating in Wuhan, China.
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Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem on "Being the Ricardos"
The stars felt intense pressure playing Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, two of the most famous people in television history, in Aaron Sorkin's latest film that goes behind the scenes of a comedy icon – and a trailblazing career couple.
‘The Great British Baking Show: Holidays’ Just Proved We Need an All-Star Season Stat
Rahul vs. Nancy vs. Henry vs. Helena was the matchup of our dreams.
Catherine The Great's 235-Year-Old Letter Urging Vaccination Sells for $1.26 Million
Letter with a 235-year-old plea from the Russian empress urging people to get the smallpox vaccine goes under the hammer.
30 Best Car, Truck and Motorcycle Books for Kids
Newsweek has compiled a list of the best car, truck and motorcycle board, paperback and hardcover books for children.
Five themes Democrats can focus on to boost their standing
Leaders on the left need to get their act together — and fast.
Five themes Democrats can focus on to to boost their standing
Leaders on the left need to get their act together — and fast.
Guentzel scores 3 in 2nd period, Penguins beat Canucks 4-1
Jake Guentzel scored three goals in the second period and added an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-1 on Saturday night.
Country singer Stonewall Jackson, a longtime Grand Ole Opry member, dies at 89
Stonewall Jackson died early Saturday due to complications from vascular dementia, according to a statement from the Grand Ole Opry.
Behind the scenes of "Being the Ricardos"
Starring as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in "Being the Ricardos," Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem felt intense pressure playing two of the most famous people in television history. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Kidman and Bardem, and with co-stars J.K. Simmons and Nina Arianda, about the challenges of recreating the cast of "I Love Lucy" in Aaron Sorkin's latest film, which goes behind the scenes of a trailblazing career couple.
Armed Police Officers Made Restaurant Staff 'Uncomfortable,' Denied Service
Hilda and Jesse, a restaurant in San Francisco, California, said the officers were asked to leave because they were armed.
Start your week smart: Indonesia, Omicron, Hall of Fame, Mark Cuban, Joel Osteen
Here's what you need to know to Start Your Week Smart.
No. 19 Iowa St. wins grinding game against Creighton, 64-58
Iowa State put the kibosh on yet another negative streak that was left over from last season's 2-22 campaign.
2021 holiday gift ideas from Techno Claus
Techno Claus (who looks suspiciously like "Sunday Morning" contributor David Pogue) has made the trip from the North Pole to deliver gift suggestions for the gadget lovers on your holiday list.
Netflix Announces ‘Death to 2021’ Special With Comical Teaser Trailer
Lots of wine and awkward Zoom dates.
This is the most common day Americans decorate for the holidays
With Halloween done and over with, Americans are getting ready for the holiday season with festive decorating plans.
Alec Baldwin's fatal 'Rust' gunshot still a 'negligent discharge,' expert says
Gun experts explained to Fox News Digital how a revolver could fire without the trigger being pulled and how that could be considered a "negligent discharge." Actor Alec Baldwin claimed he didn't pull the trigger of the revolver that fired on the set of "Rust," killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.
Holiday gift ideas from Techno Claus
Techno Claus (who looks suspiciously like "Sunday Morning" contributor David Pogue) has made the trip from the North Pole to deliver gift suggestions for those on your holiday list who love gadgets.
Bucks rout short-handed Heat 124-102 without Antetokounmpo
It wasn’t exactly a revenge game for the Milwaukee Bucks, though it felt good.
Fauci: U.S. reviewing its South African travel ban and hopes to lift it soon
“When the ban was put on, it was put to give us time to figure out just what is going on," Biden's chief medical adviser told CNN.
LaVine, DeRozan lead Bulls to 111-107 win over Nets
The Bulls were down, but not out.
Tim Conway’s daughter recalls legal battle with stepmom over ‘Carol Burnett Show’ star’s care: ‘It was a mess’
Tim Conway's daughter Kelly Conway has written a memoir titled "My Dad's Funnier than Your Dad: Growing Up with Tim Conway in the Funniest House in America."
Criminal charges against Michigan school shooter's parents justified
Instead of getting their son the professional help he needed, James and Jennifer Crumbley bought him a gun. Ethan Crumbly then used it to allegedly murder four students at Oxford High School in Michigan.
Anger Spreads in Northeastern India After Security Forces Kill 14 Civilians
Eight mine workers were shot in a mistaken ambush by soldiers seeking insurgents, and six protesters died later in clashes with government forces, stoking fears of further violence in the restive region.
Strome, Panarin lead Rangers to 3-2 win over Blackhawks
Artemi Panarin and Ryan Strome each had a goal and two assists, and the New York Rangers beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Saturday night for their sixth straight win.
What Time Does ‘Yellowstone’ Start Tonight? How To Watch ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4, Episode 6 Live
"Wherever something good is trying to happen, something bad is trying to stop it."
Candace Bushnell: The "Sex and the City" author's next chapter
The writer whose bestseller inspired the HBO hit (and a new sequel series, "And Just Like That…") is now appearing Off-Broadway in a one-woman show titled, "Is There Still Sex in the City?"
Teravainen scores twice, Hurricanes sock Sabres 6-2
Teuvo Teravainen scored two goals and the Carolina Hurricanes rode an early burst of offense to a 6-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night.
"Sex and the City" author Candace Bushnell's next chapter
New York City has inspired Candace Bushnell for decades. Now, the author of "Sex and the City" is appearing Off-Broadway in a one-woman show titled "Is There Still Sex in the City?" It traces her career from newspaper columnist to creator of an international TV hit (which has inspired a new sequel series, "And Just Like That…"). Bushnell talks with "CBS Mornings: Saturday" co-host Michelle Miller about how Carrie Bradshaw and friends changed her life – or did they?
Beautiful Christmas gift idea: Food and flowers as a sweet treat
The co-owners of Wow Bouquet appeared on 'Fox & Friends Weekend' on Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021, to share their holiday gift offerings.
No. 5 Baylor women hand Missouri its first loss, 70-68
NaLyssa Smith had her eighth consecutive double-double with 25 points and 17 rebounds, and fifth-ranked Baylor handed Missouri its first loss of the season, 70-68, in the Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday night.
San Francisco restaurant defends denying service to armed police officers: 'We were uncomfortable'
A restaurant in San Francisco told three on-duty police officers to leave the establishment due to them having guns
Texas cop shot dead in ‘senseless act of violence’ outside grocery store
Officer Richard Houston was among those responding to the disturbance around 1:40 p.m. Friday, when he was shot multiple times, the Mesquite Police Department said on its Facebook page.
Joe Concha rips Chris Cuomo: His 'ego, hubris, and a complete lack of a moral compass' led to termination
Fox News contributor Joe Concha ripped Chris Cuomo after he was fired from CNN, arguing the termination was overdue.
Red Wings hand Islanders 10th straight loss, 4-3 in OT
Moritz Seider scored 3:33 into overtime and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Islanders 4-3 Saturday night, handing New York its 10th straight loss.
Ovechkin beats Tarasov for 750th goal, Capitals top Columbus
Alex Ovechkin found a new goaltender to score on for another milestone goal, though this time the name rang a bell.
"Don't Look Up": Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio on their apocalyptic comedy
The stars and writer-director Adam McKay discuss their new film, a satire about Earth's impending collision with a comet that offers a comical analogy to climate change – and mankind's reluctance to deal with it.
Timbers down RSL 2-0 for conference title, MLS final berth
Felipe Mora and Santiago Moreno scored and the Portland Timbers advanced to the MLS Cup final with a 2-0 victory over Real Salt Lake in the Western Conference final on Saturday.
At least 13 people are dead after volcano erupts on the Indonesian island of Java
Mount Semeru, located on Indonesia's most densely populated island, spewed thick columns of ash more than 40,000 feet into the sky, and sent searing gas and lava flowing down its slopes.
A North Carolina man accidentally bought 2 identical lottery tickets -- and won 2 jackpots
A North Carolina man wasn't sure if he had bought a ticket in the state's Lucky for Life lottery drawing, so he filled out the online form.
Bellator 272 post-event facts: Sergio Pettis' rare knockout enters record books
Check out all the facts and figures from Bellator 272, which took place Friday in Uncasville, Conn.      Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Sergio Pettis' insane comeback KO of Kyoji Horiguchi at Bellator 272With 2021 in the books, Scott Coker looks ahead to Bellator's 2022 – title fights, Fedor and moreOn the Doorstep: 5 fighters who could make UFC or Bellator with December wins
Cardinals vs. Bears prediction: Rusty Kyler Murray makes Under the play
Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears will combine for fewer than 43 points in Sunday's matchup.
"Don't Look Up," an apocalyptic comedy
Can you play an existential crisis for laughs? Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with stars Meryl Streep and Leonardo DiCaprio, and with writer-director Adam McKay (an Oscar-winner for "The Big Short"), about "Don't Look Up," a satire about Earth's impending collision with a comet that offers a comical analogy to climate change – and mankind's reluctance to deal with it.
Prince William ‘Felt the Whole World Was Dying’ After Attending Child’s Traumatic Accident
TOBY MELVILLE/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesIf you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday.Prince William: “Why am I feeling like this? Why do I feel so sad?”Prince William has previously referred in passing to the emotional toll that attending a tragic accident involving young child took on him.Read more at The Daily Beast.
A store owner gets just the help he wanted
Dan and Whit's general store had been a fixture in Norwich, Vermont for over a century. But a lack of employees threatened the store's future. So, owner Dan Fraser posted a desperate Help Wanted sign – and the response from the community has kept him in business. Steve Hartman reports.
Union without 11 players for MLS East final against NYCFC
The Philadelphia Union will be without 11 players on Sunday when the team plays NYCFC in the MLS Eastern Conference finals because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
No. 4 Baylor dominates Arkansas-Pine Bluff for 99-54 win
LJ Cryer and the fourth-ranked Baylor Bears were ready to get back to playing together, a week after getting home from winning a title in the Bahamas.
Ukrainians tense amid Russian troops build-up
Ukrainians tense amid Russian troops build-up