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Norm Macdonald Perfectly Explained Why You Shouldn’t Say “Battling Cancer” in 2011

"In the old days, a man could just get sick and die," Macdonald said. "Now, they have to wage a battle."
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Luckin Coffee settles shareholder suit for $175 million
Luckin Coffee reached a $175 million settlement of shareholder class-action claims that the Chinese rival to Starbucks fraudulently inflated its share price by falsifying revenue.
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Trump alums urge border states to declare ‘invasion’ by illegal immigrants, deport without feds
The provocative policy idea is outlined by Ken Cuccinelli, a former acting deputy director of the Department of Homeland Security, in a paper published by the Center for Renewing America.
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Will Poulter’s hunky ‘glow-up’ has fans in shock
Fans on social media can't seem to help themselves from swooning over Poulter following news that he's been cast in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3."
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After 'appetizer' first film, Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' sequel gets green light for 2023 release
After a successful bow in theaters and on HBO Max, Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic 'Dune' is getting a sequel for release in 2023.       
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Oklahoma Supreme Court blocks three anti-abortion laws
In a 5-3 ruling, the court granted a temporary injunction that keeps the laws from taking effect. All three appointees of Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt dissented, and one judge didn’t vote.
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The world's largest Ferris wheel just opened in Dubai
The Ain Dubai takes more than half hour for one complete rotation. It stands at more than 800 feet tall — nearly double the London Eye's height.
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Dealer Admits to Selling Fentanyl-Laced Drugs That Killed Mac Miller, Faces 20 Years
Even after the rapper's fatal overdose, the men who supplied him the drugs allegedly continued selling them "with full knowledge of the risk," prosecutors said.
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Illinois police officer shot and killed near St. Louis after approaching suspected stolen vehicle
A police officer was shot and killed Tuesday morning in an Illinois suburb of St. Louis after approaching a vehicle he suspected had been stolen, authorities said.
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Colin Kaepernick's fingerprints are all over his Netflix biopic. Even what it leaves out
In the hybrid docudrama 'Colin in Black and White,' the former NFL star teams with Ava DuVernay to dramatize his teen years 'without ambiguity.'
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Unvaccinated L.A. city workers will have more time to get COVID-19 shots
L.A. police officers, firefighters and other city workers will get more time to get their COVID-19 shots under a plan approved by the City Council.
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‘Needle spiking’ in bars, clubs sparks new sexual assault concerns
Groups from more than 30 UK universities have joined an online campaign calling for the boycott of nightclubs.
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Cowboys' Jerry Jones on Bucs' fan giving back Tom Brady 600th TD ball: 'That's like asking me for my baby'
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has his own take on what Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan Byron Kennedy should’ve done when wideout Mike Evans mistakenly handed him Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown pass football on Sunday: play hardball.
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Country star Luke Bryan jumps in to help change woman's flat tire
When this woman got a flat tire, Luke Bryan was the last person she expected to save the day.       
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Clay Travis praises Enes Kanter, questions Beijing Winter Games
Enes Kanter has gotten the Boston Celtics banned in China because he has consistently called out the CCP’s human rights injustices, and OutKick founder Clay Travis says he hopes others in the NBA will join him.
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The best airline credit cards for travel benefits and perks
With so many credit cards that earn airline points and miles, which one is best for you? We've picked our favorites so you can see which ones are on top when it comes to not only racking up rewards but also having access to some great perks while flying.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Sex: Unzipped’ On Netflix, Where Saweetie, Comedians And Sex-Positive Puppets Help You Get Your Groove Back
Joining Saweetie and the sex-positive puppet troupe are Nikki Glaser, Michelle Buteau, Dr. Ruth, Sam Jay, Trixie Mattel and more.
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Astros vs. Braves odds, prediction: Series will start with low-scoring duel
The Astros enter having scored at least five runs in 12 of their 13 games this month, but Braves starter Charlie Morton knows this team well.
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Counting down the 75 most important people in Knicks history: No. 65 J.R. Smith to No. 56
J. R. Smith leads off The Post's next installment of the 75 most important Knicks in history.
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33M Moderna Vaccines Meant for U.S. Will Head to Africa, Official Calls It a 'Great Day'
Africa is currently the least-vaccinated region in the world, with just over 5 percent of the 1.3 billion people having had shots to protect against COVID-19.
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Booster shots are here. Take our quiz to see if you need one
Many Americans are now eligible for a COVID vaccine booster. Are you? Our quiz will help you figure it out.
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PHOTOS: Archaeologists uncover more from site of Church of the Apostles
A team of Israeli and American archaeologists say they're digging deeper into the past of a historic Christian basilica, in today's northern Israel, offering theories as to how its structure changed over the years.
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What you need to know about COVID boosters
You've seen the headlines about COVID boosters. But what does it all mean for you? Here's how to sort through the science and figure out if and when you need a booster and which one to get.
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Biden administration announces appointment of Republican to key election security role
The Biden administration on Tuesday announced that Kim Wyman, Washington state's Republican secretary of state, will lead the Department of Homeland Security's efforts to protect elections from domestic and foreign interference.
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Alec Baldwin's daughter Ireland clashes with Candace Owens over 'Rust' tweets
Model Ireland Baldwin called out pundit Candace Owens over her "tweets, lack of information and ignorance" about the "Rust" shooting involving dad Alec Baldwin.
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What is a nor'easter, the storm slashing through the East Coast?
The storm traveling across the East Coast can cause significant flooding but isn't a hurricane. It's categorized as a Nor'easter, but what is that?       
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COVID-19 side effects could include memory loss, brain fog, researchers find
Memory loss and "brain fog" may be long-term side effects of COVID-19, according to researchers. 
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This 90-piece Sephora kit is an amazing gift for makeup lovers
Eyeshadows, blushes, lip glosses, oh my!      
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House votes to award Congressional Gold Medal to 13 US service members killed in Kabul airport attack
The House of Representatives on Monday unanimously passed a bill that would posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to the 13 US service members killed in the August terrorist attack outside Kabul's airport during the US evacuation from Afghanistan.
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House votes to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to 13 US service members killed in Kabul airport bombing
The House of Representatives on Monday unanimously passed a bill that would posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to the 13 US service members killed in the August terrorist attack outside Kabul's airport during the US evacuation from Afghanistan.
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Man pleads guilty to supplying Mac Miller with fentanyl-laced pills
A Los Angeles man whom prosecutors say indirectly supplied Mac Miller with fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills that killed the rapper in 2018 has pleaded guilty, according to a report.
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Biden nominates first female FCC chair
President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that he's nominating Jessica Rosenworcel to lead the Federal Communications Commission, which would make her the first woman to serve in the role if she's confirmed by the Senate.
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Sullivan says G20 leaders will 'understand' domestic politics if Biden agenda has not passed
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said foreign leaders participating in the G20 summit will "understand" if President Biden has not reached a deal with Congress on his agenda before his trip.
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‘Halloween’ icon Michael Myers brags killer ‘work ethic’ makes him the GOAT
Becoming Hollywood's most prolific slasher villain might seem like a difficult feat, however one TikTok wit attributes the success of "Halloween" franchise face Michael Myer's to one trait - work ethic.
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TikTok exec tells US lawmakers service doesn’t share data with Chinese government
An executive at social media app TikTok, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, denied during a US congressional hearing on Tuesday that it has given information to the Chinese government and said that it has taken steps to safeguard US data. Senator Marsha Blackburn, the top Republican on the Senate Commerce Committee subcommittee that held the hearing,...
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The Majority of Americans Are Concerned About Climate, New AP-NORC/EPIC Poll Finds
Biden heads to a vital U.N. summit at a time when a majority of Americans regard the deteriorating climate as a problem
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Prosecutors Can't Call Two Men Kyle Rittenhouse Fatally Shot 'Victims' During Trial: Judge
Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled Monday that Rittenhouse's attorneys can describe the men killed as "rioters" or "looters" if they can produce the evidence.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene says Jan. 6 riot was in line with the Declaration of Independence
It's easy to dismiss this as the rantings of a fringe member. But these things have demonstrated a tendency to catch on.
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Floyd Mayweather refuses photo with boy because of his painted nails
However, Mayweather's representative strongly denied allegations of homophobia, saying the ex-boxer was simply in a hurry.
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'It's absolutely getting worse': Secretaries of state targeted by Trump election lies live in fear for their safety and are desperate for protection
"I am a hunter -- and I think you should be hunted," a woman can be heard saying in a voicemail left for Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in September. "You will never be safe in Arizona again."
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Queen Elizabeth 'regretfully' cancels second major appearance under doctors' orders to rest
For the second time in a week, Queen Elizabeth II canceled an in-person appearance. She won't be going to Glasgow for COP26, the palace says.       
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Josh Flagg claimed in 2019 he put a cigarette in Sonja Morgan’s vagina
"I mean literally I stuck a cigarette up her vagina," Josh Flagg of "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" recalled in a 2019 vlog that features Morgan.
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New York City police union sues city over COVID vaccine mandate
The union is asking the court to halt the vaccine mandate ahead of Friday's deadline.
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2 Trump-Era Rules Brought On By a Frog and Limiting Habitat Protections to Be Dropped
Goal: Bring the law "back into alignment with its original intent and purpose—protecting and recovering America's biological heritage for future generations."
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The risks Americans face in traveling to China
Given China's recent arrests of foreigners in the midst of diplomatic spats, two former US State Department officials warn some Americans may want to think twice before traveling there
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'Black Virginians for Youngkin' coalition member explains support for Republican
A member of the Black Virginians for Glenn Youngkin coalition told Fox News why she believes members of her group are supporting the Republican candidate in Virginia's gubernatorial race.
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Teen gang member arrested for shooting near NYC high school: cops
The alleged teen gunman had on him a black and silver semi-automatic 9mm Glock 48 when he was arrested his third arrest in eight months.
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HBO Renews ‘Succession’ for Season 4
Today in totally unsurprising news...
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Facebook Delayed Action as Anti-Vaccine Comments Swarmed Users, Watchdog Group Says
Facebook shelved some suggestions from the internal study, while other changes were made in April
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