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Stallone Says 'Storm' in Instagram Post Was Not Tied to QAnon, That He Meant 'Thunderstorm'

Stallone recently excited QAnon supporters by posting an Instagram picture of himself wearing a "Q" hat and captioning it "Heading into the Storm."
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'A definite struggle.' Tenants, landlords, face end of eviction ban
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Soldier laid to rest decades after going missing
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Massive fire destroys ocean front motel
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Startup hopes edible packaging eliminates plastic
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Farm employee run over by tractor, dies
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School counselor charged with sexual assault
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Applications for basic income program underway
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Limits to cross-deputization agreements exposed
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The Knicks are impossible to figure out right now
The Knicks lost to the Hornets in a Garden matinee Monday afternoon, 97-87, and it wasn’t exactly the 64th-birthday present that Tom Thibodeau would’ve ordered up.
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Ozone harms East Asian crops, costing $63 billion a year, scientists say
Fossil fuel emissions are hurting crop yields enough to cause some $63 billion in annual losses in East Asia.
Michigan house fire kills two and injures five, with autistic teen still missing
Eleven adults were inside the Michigan house when it caught fire. Two were killed, five were injured and another man with autism hasn't been accounted for.
New book challenges Civil War’s old ‘myths’
Authors revisit Maryland’s role in the Confederacy and the Dred Scott case.
Column: What Martin Luther King taught me about 'good hair' and Black pride
I was 9 years old when my mom took me to hear Dr. King speak. It changed the way I saw myself and the world.
The U.S. Surgeon General warns most of the country is still in the thick of the Omicron wave - and the next few weeks will be tough
CNN's Nick Watt reports.
Biden’s foreign policy blunders
The one area in which presidents have the most executive power is foreign policy. President Biden campaigned on his decades of foreign policy experience with promises to improve the U.S. standing among world leaders with slogans like a return to having "adults in the room." But a year into his presidency, Biden is receiving low marks for his foreign policy record.
A Love of Trees or a Display of Power? The Odd Park of an Oligarch.
A billionaire former prime minister says he has retired from Georgia’s fraught politics. His critics say he still wields considerable power. What’s beyond dispute: his obsession with trees.
Bradley Cooper recalls being naked for 6 hours on film set
The actor said that filming a nude scene was a "big deal" for him, especially doing so in a project with director Guillermo del Toro.
A year into his presidency, Biden has kept some of Trump’s worst immigration policies in place. Why?
Biden has even expanded some of his predecessor's immigration policies.
Nets reminded of life without Kevin Durant in MLK Day loss to Cavaliers
CLEVELAND — On Monday, the Nets got a reminder of what life is going to be like without Kevin Durant for an extended stretch. And it wasn’t good.  Despite big games from Kyrie Irving and James Harden, who was returning from a brief injury scare of his own, the Nets still couldn’t hold onto a...
Trebek’s ‘Jeopardy!’ host pick Laura Coates on snub: ‘I was told no’
The CNN legal analyst and radio host — a candidate hand-picked by Alex Trebek to succeed himself as "Jeopardy!" host — said she "was told no" and didn't get a chance to guest host.
Covid, China, Trump: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Schumer to push doomed filibuster vote after debate Tuesday on voting reforms
Debate will kick off Tuesday on the voting rights legislation, with leadership aiming to hold a vote Wednesday on a rules change to the filibuster that would allow the measures to pass with a simple majority -- despite its almost certain failure.
Gilbert Burns responds to Khamzat Chimaev's call out, wants main event bout in Brazil
Khamzat Chimaev may have found his potential next opponent in former title challenger Gilbert Burns.       Related StoriesGilbert Burns responds to Khamzat Chimaev's call out, wants main event bout in Brazil - EnclosureKhamzat Chimaev open to Gilbert Burns in Brazil: 'We are going to choke him out'Bill Algeo explains his Giga Chikadze beef and callout after UFC on ESPN 32
Malik Faisal Akram: What to know about Texas synagogue hostage suspect
Following the hours-long standoff at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas — about 15 miles northeast of Fort Worth — on Saturday that ended with the suspect, 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram, dead and all hostages safe, the FBI has extended investigations to London and Tel Aviv to determine if he acted alone or with others.
Artist sues Lego over leather jacket on ‘Queer Eye’ toy of Antoni Porowski
Designer James Concannon alleges that Lego "intentionally" and "painstakingly" copied a jacket made exclusively for "Queer Eye" Fab Fiver Antoni Powoski.
Representative Matt Gaetz's ex-girlfriend granted immunity in sex trafficking probe
The woman testified in front of a federal grand jury last week hearing evidence in the Gaetz investigation.
Carjacker stole vehicle with sleeping passenger in back who texted cops updates
An Ohio man stole a car with a passenger asleep in the back, who was eventually able to text real-time location updates to police, police said.
Off-duty cop attacked drunken driver while hurling racist insults: police sources
Riggs Kwong, 50, is charged with assault after allegedly striking a motorist in a road rage incident in Brooklyn that sources say was caught on video.
Bipartisan US Senate delegation meets with Ukrainian President as Russian invasion threat looms
A group of seven US senators met on Monday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the capital of Kyiv amid the looming threat of a potential Russian invasion of the country.
Philadelphia helicopter pilot of medical flight that crash-landed with no fatalities credits God as 'co-pilot'
The pilot who crash-landed a medical helicopter without any loss of life last in Philadelphia last week thanked his flight crew, first responders and God as his "co-pilot" on Sunday as he was released from the hospital.
Yellowstone bison species decision questioned by US judge
The FWS has not protected Yellowstone's bison as an endangered species.
MLK's memory is honored by demonstrators calling for the passage of voting rights bill
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would. have turned 93 on Jan. 15. He was just 39 when he was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, Tenn.
Beguiling art gallery to finally ‘go public’ at 9 West 57th Street: source
We only print rumors — ahem, “unconfirmed reports” — when we want them to be true. And this one we very much want to be true. It involves the real estate empire founded by Sheldon H. Solow, the mega-developer who passed away in November 2020 at age 92. What we heard is in the realm...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Somebody Somewhere’ On HBO, Where Bridget Everett Plays A Woman Who Sings In A Quirky Choir In Her Hometown
Everett stars in the series, which has Mark and Jay Duplass among its executive producers. Jeff Hiller, Mike Hagerty and Murray Hill also star.
'It Was Like an Earthquake': Two People, Dog Escape Home That Slid Off Foundation
A Bellevue, Washington, neighborhood was evacuated early Monday morning after a home slid off its foundation and collapsed.
The left politicized COVID from the start
From the moment COVID-19 appeared, the pandemic became inseparable from politics. Political frenzy was inevitable since the SARS-CoV-2 virus may have escaped from a level-4-security virology lab in Wuhan, China. The rapid-fire spread soon threatened to indict the Chinese Communist government for nearly destroying the world economy and killing millions. Western elites, in response, feared...
Law enforcement official running for New York governor calls for leniency for January 6 rioter
In his letter to the judge, Lewis County, New York, sheriff Michael Carpinelli wrote that he was putting his "title and reputation" at stake in asking the court for leniency for his "good friend" William Tryon.
AP refers to Waukesha attack as 'deadly Christmas parade crash' in puff piece on first lady's 'healing role'
The news wire service is facing intense backlash on social media for downplaying the November 2021 attack.
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In Kenya, virtual auctions and social media are the new online galleries
Kenyan artists and galleries are moving to the "virtual marketplace" to create infrastructure that supports digital sales.
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