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Protesters object to NYC vaccine mandates in march across Brooklyn Bridge

A crowd of protesters opposed to vaccine mandates chanted "F--- Joe Biden" while crossing the Brooklyn Bridge en route to a City Hall gathering.
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Japan startup says car lovers should check out this $700K hoverbike
A Japanese startup backed by soccer player Keisuke Honda hopes to persuade wealthy consumers to swap their supercar for a 77.7 million yen ($680,000) hoverbike that went on sale on Tuesday. The XTurismo Limited Edition from Tokyo-based drone startup A.L.I. Technologies is equipped with a conventional engine and four battery-powered motors and promises to fly...
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Texas man beat 2-year-old girl to death for putting shoes on wrong feet
Prosecutors said police found the little girl unresponsive and covered in bruises when they were called to the home where she lived in September of 2019.
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Private equity and hedge funds poured $625 million into 2020 election: report
Private equity shops and hedge funds spent more than $625 million on the 2020 campaign cycle, according to a tally from the liberal advocacy group Americans for Financial Reform.
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At Least 2,000 Firearms Stolen From Military During 2010s, Congress Wants New Rules
Senate and House lawmakers have responded to the issues by writing stricter accountability into the National Defense Authorization Act.
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Man arrested for allegedly killing alligator, posting video on Snapchat
Brock Sherman Devore was arrested October 24, 2021 for allegedly hunting alligators out of season and without permission in Burke County.
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Police apologize to family of slain sisters for response to crime
The mother of the women said police actions suggested signs of "racial profiling, misogyny or classism."
Biden makes 2 key, boundary-breaking FCC nominations
Jessica Rosenworcel has been the acting chair of the commission. Gigi Sohn, a former commission staffer, would be the first openly LGBTIQ+ member of the panel.
‘Canada’s Drag Race’ Alum Jimbo Faces Fear in New WOW Presents Plus Show ‘Jimbo vs. Peas’ [EXCLUSIVE]
Everyone's favorite Canadian drag clown prepared a Halloween treat just for you.
Coroner Reveals How Jelani Day Died—but Family Is Still Skeptical
Bloomington PoliceA LaSalle County coroner in Illinois has determined that 25-year-old Illinois State University grad student Jelani Day’s death was caused by drowning, but his family still believes something sinister happened.Day was reported missing on Aug. 24. Police found his body in the Illinois River near Peru on Sept. 4, but the body was not identified until Sept. 23. It was severely decomposed due to the length of time it was submerged in water.On Monday, coroner Richard Ploch released a report detailing Day’s death, explaining that he did not suspect any other cause of death.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Spicy beef lettuce wraps are a fun way to get dinner on the table in 20 minutes
Put out a platter of hot, spicy beef and wrap it all up in crisp lettuce leaves.
Travis Barker's Ex Responds After He Covered Her Name With Kourtney Kardashian Lips Tattoo
"I never did mind about the little things," Shanna Moakler shared in a cryptic post on Instagram Stories.
Ex-Patriots safety Patrick Chung arrested for domestic violence
Chung was charged with assault and battery against a family member and vandalism Monday following the alleged domestic violence attack at a home in Milton, Massachusetts.
Diddy lists LA mansion, where Kim Porter was found dead, for $7M
Three years after Sean “Diddy” Combs former girlfriend, Kim Porter, passed away in his Los Angeles mansion, the home has been listed for sale.  The San Fernando Valley property served as the longtime residence of Porter, who shared four of six children with the rapper, according to  Pegged as one of the best streets in...
Tori Spelling dodges Dean McDermott split question on ‘Wendy Williams Show’
Despite appearing to be in a great spirits while on-set at the "Wendy Williams Show," Spelling reportedly feels "trapped" within her marriage to McDermott.
Teacher suspended for telling Muslim student ‘we don’t negotiate with terrorists’
Mohammed Zubi, 17, claims the incident happened at Ridgefield Memorial High School last Wednesday when he raised his hand during his math class to ask for additional time.
Opinion: Deshaun Watson shouldn't be traded. He should be declared ineligible to play
How can teams consider trading for Deshaun Watson while the Texans QB is facing 22 civil lawsuits stemming from sexual misconduct allegations?
In an aviation industry traditionally dominated by men, these women are soaring to new heights
In South Africa, meet four women in aviation determined to reshape the image of their professional world -- from aircraft engineers and airport designers to the pilots who command the cockpit.
Top Pentagon official confirms ISIS-K could have capability to attack US in '6 to 12 months'
U.S. intelligence shows that ISIS-K, the Islamic State group's Afghanistan affiliate, could potentially have the ability to strike American targets in as little as six months, while al Qaeda can also increase its capabilities, a top Pentagon official said.
Why Zendaya is only in 'Dune' for seven minutes. And what's next for her in a sequel
Zendaya promoted the heck out of 'Dune.' So why does the Emmy winner have such minimal screen time in the sci-fi epic? Here's an explanation.
There Is No ‘Right’ Way to Cook at Home
A new cookbook by the food journalist Priya Krishna and the chef David Chang emphasizes intuition and experimentation—and embraces the humble microwave.
10 Percent of Americans Don't Believe in Climate Change, 15 Percent Unsure: Poll
While many more Democrats than Republicans responded that they believe in climate change, a majority of respondents from both parties agreed it is happening.
Pelosi and Jayapal to meet as talks over Biden agenda hit critical moment
Progressives are warning that their priorities must not be left behind as Democratic leaders race to finalize a deal on President Joe Biden's social safety net plan and push for a House vote on a separate $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
We reviewed 9 leggings brands and picked the best so you don’t have to
Forget stockings this holiday season. Deck the halls with the hosiery she actually wants — leggings.
Rex Ryan rips Robert Saleh after Jets ‘embarrassment’
Rex Ryan had some harsh words for Robert Saleh.
Model Reveals 'Reality' of Modeling in NYC in Viral Video Viewed Over 15M Times
"I'm too small for plus size, I'm too big for whatever the f**k standard size zero/two is," the model said in her viral TikTok.
Pastor Accused of Making Human Sacrifices Dies in Crash Heading to Court
Authorities are, for the moment, stumped as to how the crash, which killed the pastor and police officer, actually happened.
Rep. Stefanik blasts Biden over 'unconstitutional' vaccine mandate: 'Government overreach at its worst'
Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik sounded off on President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for workers, calling it "government overreach at its worst."
Brian Laundrie Likely Had Already Been Dead When Mother Was Mistaken for Him: Police
Laundrie's remains were recently found in Florida's Carlton Reserve, as well as his belongings, including a notebook that authorities believe is salvageable.
Op-Ed: As Confederate statues fall, build monuments to Black heroes at risk of being forgotten
The story of enslaved Africans and their descendants is at the heart of American history.
Accused Texas con artist's scam breaks cellmate lover out of jail, both on the run: Prosecutors
A Houston man described by prosecutors as a “repeat con artist” is on the run after allegedly committing fraud to bond his lover out of jail, reports say.
Mets move on to Brewers GM Matt Arnold as team president option
The Mets never received permission to speak with Brewers president of baseball operations David Stearns – but they could be getting his right-hand man. Matt Arnold, the Brewers general manager under Stearns, has spoken to Mets officials, according to an industry source, as they look to fill their president of baseball operations vacancy. The source...
I'm Simultaneously Cold and Sweaty So I Bought This Sweater
Photo: iStock/Scouted/SmartWool.Never in my life have I ever worn a sweater two full days in a row without it being a laundry emergency, and yet I am on day four of wearing the Smartwool Shadow Pine Colorblock Sweater. I fell in love with it recently and, while I maybe already have one or two sweaters, decided to make this one mine as a present for surviving the heat waves this summer.I wore it on the very first day it was below sixty degrees in the morning and was very impressed with the softness of the Merino wool, expecting the notoriously scratchy texture of your classic wool sweater (I have sensitive skin and don’t like a lot of clothing textures, but this one passed my comfort test). Merino wool is thinner and more breathable than other wool, too. Unlike cotton or synthetics, when you sweat in Merino, it transports sweat away from your body while also insulating. It also looks professional but not stuffy, too which makes me feel put together in Zoom meetings or while bopping around town.A huge win for me, though, was that it resists odors. Not only did it keep me from pitting out, but it also stayed smelling and looking fresh after several years, making it good for travel and for me being too lazy to do laundry until necessary. When I wash it, I lay it flat to dry and it looks good as new.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Alligator Crawling out of Apartment Storm Drain Shocks Local Residents
"We saw a gator coming out of the drainage hole, and we were like, 'Is that a real gator?'" a couple in Mobile, Alabama, said.
Keri Russell hopes fellow Mouseketeer Britney Spears is ‘happy’
Russell and Spears starred together on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" in the early '90s alongside Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and Christina Aguilera.
Senior Pentagon official says ISIS-K could be capable of attacking US next year
ISIS-K could be capable of carrying out attacks on the United States next year, the Pentagon's top policy official said Tuesday.
Senior Pentagon official says ISIS-K could be capable of attacking US next year
ISIS-K could be capable of carrying out attacks on the United States next year, the Pentagon's top policy official said Tuesday.
Rand Paul on new call for Dr. Fauci's firing: Evidence overwhelmingly points to COVID originating in lab
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told “America's Newsroom” on Tuesday that there is “overwhelming” evidence pointing to the coronavirus originating in a Wuhan lab.
Kids in NYC ages 5 to 11 may be eligible for COVID vaccine within days: De Blasio
City health officials expect to begin doling out COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5 to 11 within days, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.
Facebook Papers Reveal Company's Public Comments Not Always Same as Internal Messages
The reams of leaked documents show that sometimes the company's public messages don't align with what's occurring behind the scenes.
How this South African adhesive helped get the NASA Apollo missions to the moon
Pratley Group CEO, Andrew Pratley, talks about the innovation that took the company's signature product from South Africa to space.
Authorities on 3 Continents Crack Down on Dark Web Drug Sales
The Justice Department said the global operation led to the arrests of over 150 people and the seizure of large quantities of opioids and other drugs.
Ivory Coast is planting the seeds of sustainability
As the world's leading cocoa producer, the Ivory Coast has paid a steep price when it comes to deforestation. Now, efforts are underway to bring the forests back and keep the cocoa industry running more sustainably for generations to come.
3 Children and 1 Woman Drowned While Migrating Across the Aegean Sea
Migrant crossings are down and so are deaths at sea, but Tuesday’s incident was a reminder that dangers remain.
Need for liver transplants due to heavy drinking soared during the pandemic, study finds
The need for liver transplants because of heavy drinking soared during the pandemic, researchers reported Tuesday.
150 arrested in US-Europe darknet drug probe
Law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europe have arrested 150 people and seized more than $31 million in an international drug trafficking investigation stemming from sales on the darknet, the Justice Department said Tuesday. (Oct. 26)
Soldier in US Army charged with killing grandfather, great-grandmother
A US Army soldier in Germany has been charged with murdering two relatives in South Carolina in what authorities have described as a "crime of greed."
MeatEater host Steve Rinella discusses ammo shortage and ten years of being on TV
Steve Rinella spoke with Fox News about hosting MeatEater for ten years and the impact of the current ammo shortage.
Alicia Silverstone Responds to Body Shaming Comments in Viral Video
The "Clueless" and "Batman & Robin" star nodded along with the video while saying "I love you" and "thank you."