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Raskin: Trump 'Remains a Clear and Present Danger to the American People'

Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Monday on ABC's "The View" that former President Donald Trump "remains a clear and present danger to the American people."
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Ebay appears to scrap ‘canceled’ Dr. Seuss books from site
Dr. Seuss’ most controversial books are becoming rarer by the minute. Incensed book owners are lambasting Ebay for preventing them from reselling the six Dr. Seuss books that were nixed by the publishing company over “racist” imagery. This comes after the books were going for hundreds of dollars on the auction site. Starting Thursday, sellers...
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CEO of Chinese food chain speaks out about attacks on Asian Americans
"They're afraid, they're concerned for their safety in a city that is known to be safe, usually," he said.
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New York doctor charged with murder in 5 opioid deaths
"This doctor's prescription pad was as lethal as any murder weapon," the Nassau County DA said.
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Is spring just a tease that swiftly comes and goes, or an enduring season?
Spring is a surprisingly long season that develops gradually, and generally less abrupt and volatile than the fall, data show.
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Pregnant Meghan Markle ‘hissed’ at staffer in 2018, left her in ‘tears’: report
"I was there at the time and witnessed Meghan turn an 'hiss' at a member of her entourage, clearly incandescent with rage about something, and demand to leave," recalled Rebecca English of The Daily Mail.
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Meghan Markle makes ‘very serious’ revelations about mental health in Oprah tell-all
"What Meghan says is very, very serious and upsetting," a TV insider tells Page Six.
Florida Man Gets 20 Years in Prison for Severing Wife's Lover's Penis
A Florida man found guilty of severing his wife's lover's penis after tying him up received a 20-year prison sentence.
Richard Barnett, Capitol Rioter Who Put Feet Up on Pelosi's Desk, Calls Incarceration 'Not Fair'
Richard Barnett's frustration over his pretrial detention boiled over on Thursday when faced with the prospect of spending another month in jail.
Some Moderna COVID-19 vaccine recipients have experienced delayed skin reactions following jab, doctors say
Some receipts of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine have developed a delayed skin reaction to the jab days after receiving it, several doctors wrote in a letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week.
National Guard Requested at Capitol for Two More Months
The Capitol Police asked that National Guard remain at Capitol for two more months on Thursday, reflecting continued security concerns, according to a report.
Alabama governor says she won't extend mask mandate past April 9
Alabama's statewide mask mandate to curb the coronavirus is being extended to April 9 -- but it won't be extended after that, Gov. Kay Ivey said Thursday.
NYC publishes trove of NYPD disciplinary data involving all active cops
New York City on Thursday published a trove of NYPD disciplinary records including all misconduct complaints brought before the Civilian Complaint Review Board against active department personnel. The digital database was first announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio last June after state secrecy law 50a was repealed, but its launch was delayed by a months-long...
Granholm: DOE's big clean energy spending to come with strings attached
The administration is looking at attaching requirements for high-paying jobs as it rolls out grants to stimulate the transition to a clean energy economy.
Cancelled by Amazon: Clarence Thomas, Michael Brown documentaries, books on gender top growing list
Amazon, the online retailer founded by liberal billionaire Jeff Bezos, has developed a reputation for canceling content that doesn’t coincide with progressive politics.
The Only Way to Stop Voter Suppression Bills in the States
With Republicans in control of most statehouses, Democrats need to think bigger.
‘I Want This Over:’ For Victims and the Accused, Justice Is Delayed as COVID-19 Snarls Courts
On March 28, 2020, Janie Marshall lost her footing and stumbled near another woman while both were being treated for non-COVID-19 ailments at a Brooklyn hospital. With the pandemic raging, an encounter that days earlier might have ended in a friendly apology or a cluck of sympathy quickly turned ugly. Authorities say the other woman,…
Trump's Deal To End War In Afghanistan Leaves Biden With 'A Terrible Situation'
The Trump White House agreed to a May 1 troop withdrawal. New Yorker writer Dexter Filkins says Biden must now decide whether to honor a deal that included the Taliban but not the Afghan government.
Giants release Golden Tate after tumultuous season, clear over $8M in cap space
The New York Giants released veteran wide receiver Golden Tate on Wednesday after two tumultuous seasons.
100-Year-Old McDonald's Employee Celebrates Birthday With Local Community
Ruthie Schuster is "famous for her singing and dancing around the dining room, and she brings joy to our restaurant team and all our customers every day that she works," said McDonald's owner Michael Delligatti.
Supreme Court sides with government over environmentalists in Barrett’s first signed majority opinion
The 7-to-2 ruling concerns when public may access documents used in government rulemaking process.
Veterans Affairs chief McDonough outlines agency's vaccination efforts
Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough on Thursday outlined the administration's efforts to vaccinate the nation's veterans and other work to care for veterans amid the pandemic.
Hilaria Baldwin wanted to give kids another sister after pregnancy loss
"Our rainbow baby, Edu, is such a blessing—we are overwhelmed by how fortunate we are to have him."
Gov. Cuomo reportedly ‘groomed’ ex-aide for sex, ‘derailed’ her career
One of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s accusers believes he “groomed her” for sex — and her lawyer says he “derailed” the young woman’s career, according to reports Thursday. Charlotte Bennett, 25, spoke to the “CBS Evening News” for an interview set to air Thursday night and anchor Norah O’Donnell previewed her remarks in a video clip...
Michael Strahan rips Chris Harrison race controversy apology in ‘GMA’ interview
"Obviously he’s a man who wants to clearly stay on the show," Strahan said.
Alex Ovechkin barely punished for low blow on Bruins’ Trent Frederic
Alex Ovechkin is getting a slap on the wrist for giving another player a shot to the groin. The NHL fined the Washington Capitals star $5,000 on Thursday for spearing Boston Bruins forward Trent Frederic during the Capitals’ shootout win on Wednesday night. The fine is the maximum allowed under the collective bargaining agreement. Ovechkin,...
Pittsburgh Steelers sign Ben Roethlisberger to new 2021 contract
Longtime Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger and Pittsburgh owner and president Art Rooney II met last month to discuss his contract for 2021.
'QAnon Shaman' says he has one regret about January 6
Jacob Chansley, the man known as "QAnon Shaman," spoke to 60 Minutes+ from jail about his involvement in the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.
Heart problems may be rare in pro athletes after COVID-19
Heart inflammation is uncommon in pro athletes who’ve had mostly mild COVID-19 and most don’t need to be sidelined, a study conducted by major professional sports leagues suggests.
De Blasio hits back at Cuomo, doesn’t rule out possible election challenge
The years-long feud between Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio escalated further Thursday as the mayor accused the governor of portraying New York City as a hell-scape to distract from his own unfolding scandals. It was the latest entry in the vicious back-and-forth between New York’s two most powerful politicians as Cuomo stares down separate...
Zoom conference calls are leading men to the makeup counter
Thanks to Zoom, men are spending more time fixating on their on-camera looks and reaching for the concealer.
W.H.O. Won't Issue Interim Report on Wuhan Visit, Citing Insufficient Data from China
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Thursday morning reported the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) is scrapping the interim report from a team of investigators who visited Wuhan, China, in early February, under pressure from scientists who said the Chinese government withheld too much data from the investigating team, necessitating a new and more exhaustive investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.
Andrew Cuomo’s insulting ‘bumbling man’ defense
After eight days in his hidey-hole, three women having credibly accused him of sexual harassment, Governor Cuomo emerged wide-eyed and teary, hand splayed against heart, offering this line of defense: I had no idea. How insulting. How specious. Cynical to the point of camp. If only there was something like, I don’t know, a widely-circulated...
Democratic lawyer cheers HR 1 election reform bill while seeking to overturn certified Iowa election
Election law attorney Marc Elias is cheering Democrats' voting and campaign finance reform legislation while seeking to overturn the certification of an Iowa election.
Donald Trump Rebukes WSJ After Editorial Board Suggests the GOP Look Past His Presidency
"Fortunately, nobody cares much about The Wall Street Journal editorial anymore. They have lost great credibility," the former president said in a statement.
Ben Roethlisberger is officially returning to the Steelers
After a few turbulent weeks, it’s official – Ben Roethlisberger will be back with the Steelers in 2021. The team announced that they have signed the 39-year-old to a new deal on their official website Thursday afternoon. Terms of the contract were not immediately announced, but Roethlisberger will spend at least one more year in...
Texas school's "chivalry" assignment told girls to dress to please men
The school has removed the assignment which told girls not to "complain or whine" and "walk behind men daintily as if their feet were bound."
The Texas Governor Reaches for Culture War to Dodge Blackout Criticism
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to lift all pandemic restrictions this week came as a shock to even his own health advisers. His critics, from California to the Oval…
Long Island doctor charged with murder in drug-related deaths of five patients
A Long Island doctor was charged Thursday with murder for prescribing “massive quantities” of painkillers to five patients already in the “throes of addiction” who died between 2016 and 2018, prosecutors said. In a first of its kind case in New York, George Blatti, 75, was arraigned on five counts of depraved indifference murder in...
San Diego police shoot knife-wielding homeless man
“Do not grab that knife!” A police officer in San Diego, California, shot and injured a 69-year-old man, who appeared to be homeless, after he allegedly pulled a large kitchen knife on cops. Watch the tense moments leading up to the Feb. 25 shooting. Subscribe to our YouTube here.
Here we go again: Turmoil rocks the repo market
The repo market, a murky yet crucial corner of Wall Street, is acting weird again. And the turmoil suggests the Federal Reserve may need to come to the rescue once more.
Meghan Markle was livid after palace aides sent back designer freebies
Freebie designer clothes poured in by the stack-load when Meghan Markle started dating Prince Harry.
Massachusetts proposes price hikes for hunting, fishing licenses
Huntin’ and fishin’ might be getting pricier in the Bay State.
‘Party Down’ Revival Set at Starz
Does Ron finally run a Soup 'R Crackers? We're about to find out.
Bucking GOP trend, Alabama gov. extends mask order
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is bucking the Republican trend by extending the state's mandatory face mask order by a month. Ivey announced that masks will be required in the state of nearly 5 million people through April 9. (March 4)
Oil prices surge as OPEC and its allies extend production cuts
A group of major oil producers has agreed to extend production cuts for another month despite a recent price surge, choosing to limit supply until the global economic recovery is more firmly established.
Burger King manager finds customer's lost wedding ring after two week search
This Burger King employee has definitely earned employee of the month.
Settlement opens the way for all high school sports to resume in California
Lawyers representing high school athletes in San Diego County have reached a settlement that would allow all sports to resume statewide.
Bradley agrees to $24M, 2-year deal with Brewers
Free-agent outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. is joining the Milwaukee Brewers, agreeing to the parameters of a $24 million, two-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.