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Oklahoma football player suffers serious eye injury after bar brawl: report

An Oklahoma Sooners football player reportedly suffered a serious facial injury after getting into a bar fight earlier this month.
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Mega Millions Results, Numbers for 3/05/21: Did Anyone Win the $55 Million?
The winning numbers were 10, 11, 17, 27 and 54 with the Mega Ball 20 and the Megaplier 2x, according to the Mega Millions website.
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Warmest air since November expected across parts of US next week
Temperatures will likely soar up to 20 degrees above average in the upcoming week.
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Amanda Gorman Says Security Guard Racially Profiled Her—'I'm a Threat to Injustice'
Gorman performed her original poem "The Hill We Climb" at President Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20.
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Kyrsten Sinema's Team Suggests Criticism of Her Thumbs-down 'No' Vote Is Sexist
The Arizona lawmaker has faced criticism for her gesture as she rejected the provision to raise the federal wage to $15 an hour.
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'Dripping in the blood of Jim Crow': Voting rights groups say GOP-backed bills in Georgia target Black voters
Voting rights groups led bus tours, knocked on 1 million doors and gave out food at community events to achieve an unprecedented Black voter turnout in Georgia. The organizations have been credited with helping Democrats win both the White House and control of the US Senate in the last election cycle.
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These two African railway megaprojects tell us a lot about China’s development model
Surprisingly, local rules matter more than Chinese government guidelines.
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Opinion: Dr. Seuss isn't going anywhere, and neither is panic over 'cancel culture'
Some readers are decrying the supposed marginalization of Dr. Seuss , showing the power of the right's messaging on "cancel culture."
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Letters to the Editor: Republicans are done with democracy. Don't let them gut voting rights
A lawyer for Arizona, which is trying to restrict voting rights, admitted in the Supreme Court that expanded ballot access is bad for Republicans.
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Letters to the Editor: Gavin Newsom stabbed workers in the back by being silent on Prop. 22
The governor's commission on workers in California paints a grim picture that could have been avoided if Proposition 22 had failed.
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The ‘WandaVision’ finale did what it had to do — not what we wanted it to do
The internet was very wrong about the very good "WandaVision" finale.
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Abcarian: Joe Biden levels an innocuous insult and his Trump-loving, mask-hating critics go wild
Now that a rational president sits in the Oval Office, Biden's political opponents are straining for material with which to trash him.
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Letters to the Editor: Why switching to all-electric homes in California would be a mistake
The head of the American Gas Assn. responds to a Times editorial calling on California to ban new homes with natural gas hookups.
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'Fortnite' FNCS Semi-Finals Heats Start Time, Format, Leaderboard and How to Watch
"Fortnite" hosts its FNCS Season 5 Semi-Finals on Saturday, and we want to make sure you're prepared to catch every second of the action across each region. Get the full schedule of start times, formats and leaderboard links here.
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Union Station’s multibillion overhaul reduces space for buses, setting up clash over future of services
Bus advocates are urging officials to restore space while others say buses will operate more efficiently.
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Feeling the stress of standardized tests is a useful exercise
Our confused view of bad and good stress in schools.
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There Is No Parenting Utopia
No tribe or “ancient” culture has perfected child rearing—so why won’t the expedition end?
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Migrant children are still being temporarily separated from relatives under Biden administration
More than 4,000 migrant children were transferred in January to the custody of the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement.       
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Car bomb explodes in Somalia's capital
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Car bomb explodes in Somalia's capital, killing at least 20 people
At least 20 people were killed and more than 30 others wounded in a car bomb blast in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Friday night, police and emergency services said.
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Declining Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shots Is 'Inexplicable', Dr. Wen Tells Detroit Mayor
Mayor Mike Duggan walked back comments suggesting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was inferior to others.
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Woman allegedly shoots officer with pellet gun
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Spring break could be a perfect storm for spreading coronavirus variants. Don't let that happen
Highly contagious variants will soon have a ridiculously easy chance to spread rapidly across the US. Spring break starts for hundreds of universities this month, and typical revelry could lead to countless Americans getting infected as variants threaten to outpace vaccinations.
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Hold That Drill: Why Wall Street Wants Energy Companies To Pump Less Oil, Not More
After bankrolling oil companies for years and seeing poor returns, investors are now pressuring companies to keep their oil output lower, instead of higher.
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CDC study a 'warning' against lifting mask mandates early; Oregon orders reopening of schools: Latest COVID-19 updates
A report about the link between face masks and COVID-19 cases and deaths. Gov. Kate Brown says Oregon schools must reopen. Latest COVID-19 news.     
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D.C.-area forecast: Cold wind keeps blowing today and tomorrow, then springtime warmth surges
40s with wind chills the next two days. By Tuesday, we're talking 60s.
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After Khashoggi murder, Saudi Arabia shifts lobbying firepower to 'middle America' with women's rights message
The Saudis are reaching out to local officials from New Orleans to Anchorage. The pitch: Saudi Arabia is a global player transforming on women's rights.       
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Biden may be getting rid of the Authorizations for the Use of Military Force. That deserves a ‘Whoa.’
The possibility of addressing the legal framework for the war on terror is big news.
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These Are the Go-to Face Masks That Scouted Writers Love
Photo Illustration: Scouted/The Daily Beast/VendorsIt’s a year into the pandemic and we’ve tried a lot of face masks here at Scouted. From ones that fit smaller (or bigger) faces, to machine-washable ones, each one of us has a favorite, go-to mask. We thought we’d round them all up in one place so you can see just how the staff at Scouted is feeling when it comes to face coverings.Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publish. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and check out our coupon site for more deals. If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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There's a dearth of Black players on the LPGA Tour. This woman wants that to change
Clemmie Perry is the founder of Women of Color Golf and GIrls On the Green Tee, an initiative that aims to bridge the access gap in golf.
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There's a dearth of Black players on the LPGA Tour. This woman wants that to change
Made redundant from her job at Lockheed Martin at the age of 55, Clemmie Perry started thinking she needed to find a hobby.
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UK destinations brace tourist pandemonium
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The emotional catharsis of 'Wandavision' in a year of grief
Watching the protagonist of "Wandavision" slowly start to break down the walls of the sitcom safe haven she created has been cathartic for audiences living through a year of relentless loss.
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Kevin McCarthy Making for Dr. Seuss Video Amid Stimulus Bill Debate
The deceased children's author has become a recent flashback in debates about so-called "cancel culture."
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'I'm A Sex Therapist, These Are The 3 Most Common Sex Issues I See'
In my practice there are common issues around sex that come up. There are three areas in particular I encounter the most.
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Indian farmers block highway outside Delhi marking 100th day of protest
NEW DELHI – Indian farmers began gathering on Saturday to block a six-lane expressway outside New Delhi to mark the 100th day of protests against deregulation of agriculture markets, to add pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government. Farmers young and old headed in cars, trucks and tractors to the highway for a five-hour roadblock...
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UK destinations take steps to avoid tourist pandemonium
Destinations across the UK are preparing for an influx of domestic tourism when Covid-19 restrictions lift. After months of lockdown, there's a feeling of relief, mixed with concern about potential chaos when UK tourists are let loose.
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Georgia couple begs U-Haul thieves to return the urn holding their baby’s ashes
A Georgia couple was left devastated after thieves stole their U-Haul moving truck — which held an urn filled with their infant son’s ashes. Ben and Kassandra Benton were asleep at a LaQuinta hotel in Covington on Wednesday, when the U-Haul holding all their possessions was stolen from the parking lot, WAGA reported. A military...
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At least 6 people hospitalized after a natural gas explosion and fire in Texas
At least six employees of CenterPoint Energy were transported to local hospitals Friday after what the company described as a "natural gas incident."
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In a Land Dominated by Ex-Rebels, Kosovo Women Find Power at the Ballot Box
Women are winning greater political representation in Kosovo, raising hopes of more equality in a country still living with the scars of the war against Serbian rule in the 1990s.
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At least 10 injured after Texas natural gas explosion
As least 10 people were injured in a fire caused by a natural gas explosion in Texas Friday night, officials said. The explosion happened just before 8 p.m. when workers for the utility company CenterPoint Energy were trying to shut down a gas line outside a home in the town of Spring, KXAN reported, citing...
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Pope Francis holds historic meeting with revered Shia cleric in Iraq's Najaf
Pope Francis has held a historic meeting with revered Shia Muslim cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani in Iraq's holy city of Najaf, according to al-Iraqiya state TV, on the second day of the pontiff's visit to the country.
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White Rochester cop probed after pepper-spraying black mom near toddler
A Rochester police officer has been placed on administrative leave after video emerged Friday of the cop pepper spraying a shoplifting suspect as she attempted to flee with her three-year-old child. The video was released as the Rochester Police Department remains under scrutiny over its interactions with black residents — including Daniel Prude, whose September...
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'We're walking into the mouth of the monster' by loosening Covid-19 restrictions, expert says
More states are relaxing measures to protect against Covid-19 as variants circulate in the United States -- a combination that means "we're walking into the mouth of the monster," an infectious disease expert said.
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Former Mexican President Vincent Fox expects cannabis bill to pass
MEXICO CITY – Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said on Friday he expected Congress to pass its new law to legalize cannabis next week, a move that would effectively create one of the world’s largest weed markets. The bill, backed by the administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, would mark a major shift in...
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Ted Cruz’s Favorite Porn Star Cory Chase Is More Patriotic Than He’ll Ever Be
Reality KingsTed Cruz, the Republican senator from Texas, has found himself in the middle of a number of controversies. There was the 2013 government shutdown, wherein Cruz hijacked Congress with a reading of Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham; the time he accused President Obama of high treason for wanting to push immigration reform; the time GOP Senator Lindsey Graham said, “If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, nobody would convict you”; and the time Donald Trump branded Cruz’s wife ugly and accused his father of assassinating JFK, prompting Cruz to cower and kiss his ring anyway. Recently, the culture war-obsessed congressman has come under fire for his complicity in the January 6 storming of the Capitol, and abandoning his state for a Cancun vacation in the midst of an energy crisis that left millions without power and dozens dead.One of the funniest Cruz controversies, of course, came in September of 2017, when his Twitter account “liked” an incestuous porn clip. The adult film in question, Dicks for Two, starred the celebrated porn actress Cory Chase as a stepmother who, after stumbling upon her stepdaughter and her boyfriend getting down and dirty, joins in on the X-rated fun. The incident took many by surprise, given that his Republican Party had only a few months prior adopted a platform branding porn “a public health crisis that is destroying the life [sic] of millions,” and the time Cruz, as Texas’ solicitor general, passionately defended his state’s ban on sex toys, claiming, “There is no substantive-due-process right to stimulate one's genitals for non-medical purposes unrelated to procreation or outside of an interpersonal relationship.” (Cruz rather dubiously placed the blame for “liking” the porn clip on an unnamed staffer.)According to Cory Chase, Dicks for Two is a “family roleplay” flick—or “fauxcest,” as the popular porn genre is frequently called. “I was a very new stepmom to my stepdaughter. I think she pretended to stay home sick, had her boyfriend come over, they had fun, and then of course, I caught them,” she tells me, chuckling. “It was me being a Peeping Tom, and then me finding out, ‘Man, my stepdaughter is really hot, and her boyfriend has a really big dick, maybe I should join in.’”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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The Gary Sanchez positives keep coming for Yankees
Observations from the Yankees’ spring training game on Friday Power Up After hitting just three homers last season, Gleyber Torres hit his first of the spring — an opposite field shot off Tigers left-hander Tyler Alexander. Walk On Right-handed prospect Luis Medina walked four batters in just two-thirds of an inning. The 21-year-old has struggled...
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Pope Francis to meet with top Shiite cleric in Iraq
NAJAF, Iraq — Pope Francis met with Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, one of the most senior clerics in Shiite Islam, in Iraq’s holy city of Najaf on Saturday to deliver a message of peaceful coexistence, urging Muslims to embrace Iraq’s long-beleaguered Christian minority.  The historic meeting in al-Sistani’s humble home was months in the making, with...
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Senate OKs extension of $300 weekly unemployment benefit after long delay
The Senate adopted an amendment to keep the federal unemployment benefit at $300 per week through August. The change passed the Senate 50-49.       
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