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Ted Cruz Praises Delta Air Lines For Not Imposing Federal Vaccine Mandate

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said: "Bravo to Delta for having the courage to say no to the federal vaccine mandate."
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Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Rihanna attend Virgil Abloh’s memorial
Friends and family of the late Louis Vuitton designer gathered at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago on Monday.
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'Being the Ricardos' goes beyond the black and white in looking back at 'I Love Lucy'
Presenting a far richer story than a simple biopic, "Being the Ricardos" turns writer-director Aaron Sorkin loose again on the medium of television and produces one of the year's most satisfying movies. That it was made for a streaming service, Amazon, is a wrinkle even the legendarily foresighted Desi Arnaz surely couldn't have imagined.
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Dorinda Medley reveals she’s dating someone new
The "RHONY" alum joked that her suitor hasn't seen her vagina yet, adding, "I've got to get to know the person. I've got to get some foundation laid."
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Jussie Smollett's Court Claims Apparently Mocked by Accuser Abimbola Osundairo
"Empire" star Jussie Smollett is currently standing trial amid accusations he orchestrated his own alleged racist and homophobic attack.
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New York City Weighing Bill for 800K Noncitizens to Vote in City Elections
New York City is close to approving a bill that would allow any legal permanent residents of longer than 30 days to vote in city elections.
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Fed up With Discord's Christmas 'Snowsgiving' Sound Alerts? Here's How to Turn Them Off
For the holidays, Discord has been updated with a Christmas theme that has annoying notifications sounds. Here is how to turn these "Snowsgiving" alerts off.
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Rohingya sue Facebook for $150 billion over Myanmar hate speech
Coordinated lawsuits in the U.S. and the U.K. allege the tech giant contributed to ethnic cleansing by allowing hate speech to be spread on its platform.
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'A surreal moment': Fired employees share what it was like on that mass-firing Zoom
Christian Chapman, a former underwriter at Better.com, thought he was logging onto another of CEO Vishal Garg's town halls.
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Amazon outage impacts thousands of users worldwide
Amazon shoppers were left in the lurch across the globe Tuesday as the website crashed for some users just weeks before Christmas.
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Dog adopted after swimming 3,300 feet across the Ohio River
A runaway dog that swam 3,300 feet across the Ohio River in 2020 has been adopted after a year of training and trust-building.
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Internet Backs Mom for Hosting Vegan Children's Birthday Party in Viral Post
"I didn't think it was too much to ask to have one day that is catered to my daughter," noted the Redditor.
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Religious freedom advocates ask Biden to put Nigeria back on watchlist for anti-Christian violence
A broad array of religious freedom advocates has banded together in asking President Biden to put Nigeria back on the State Department's list of countries of particular concern (CPC) on religious freedom, citing the ongoing violence, killing and displacement of Christians at the hands of Boko Haram, Fulani militants and other mostly Muslim aggressors.
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Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem play 1950s TV icons in 'Being the Ricardos'
Nicole Kidman stars as comedy giant Lucille Ball and Javier Bardem is her husband, and "I Love Lucy" co-star, Desi Arnaz in 'Being the Ricardos.'       
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Review: Nicole Kidman impresses as TV icon Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin's 'Being the Ricardos'
Nicole Kidman is aces as TV comedy giant Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin's 'Being the Ricardos,' which centers on one chaotic week making 'I Love Lucy.'       
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Nicole Kidman crushes her haters with amazing ‘Being the Ricardos’ turn
You were wrong, guys. The actress is sensational in the part, and is doing the finest work of her career.
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Michigan sets hospitalization record, leads nation in new coronavirus cases per capita
Michigan continues to struggle amid the pandemic, setting a record this week for Covid-19 hospitalizations and leading the nation in per capita case rates, new data reveal.
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Golden Age of TV is tarnished in Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Being the Ricardos’
Biopic starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem is a talky, tedious look at the making of “I Love Lucy.”
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Man Decapitates Pregnant Teenager Sister, Takes Selfie With Her Severed Head: Police
Kirti Thore is believed to have been killed after she married a man her family disapproved of.
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John Goodman continues to show off 200-pound weight loss
The "Roseanne" alum has kept off his massive weight loss for more than five years after completely overhauling his lifestyle, including ditching alcohol.
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Ex-hotel worker reveals vile reasons to avoid continental breakfast
"If your hotel serves, like, a hot continental breakfast or whatever — eggs, waffles, stuff like that — don't eat that s--t," said Brandi Augustus.
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Where to Watch ‘The Hating Game’ Movie
It's an enemies to lovers story and an office romance rolled into one!
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Saudis ask for US help as missile defense arsenal runs low
Officials say that Saudi Arabia has asked the US to sell them hundreds of interceptors for use in the kingdom's Patriot surface-to-air missile system.
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Climber can keep $84,000-worth of jewels he found on Mont Blanc
A climber who found a trove of precious stones on Mont Blanc has been given half of the 150,000-euro ($168,700) haul to keep after authorities couldn't find the original owner.
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Woman Chokes to Death at Restaurant After Eating Octopus
Diners and staff members were unable to resuscitate the 63-year-old, who had been having lunch with a relative.
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Farrah Abraham: ‘Womanizer’ Tristan Thompson should get a vasectomy
Personal trainer Maralee Nichols is suing the basketball player for child support after he allegedly got her pregnant while still dating Khloé Kardashian. 
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‘Small Things Like These’ reads like a Christmas classic
Claire Keegan’s novel breathes something vital into the season’s most cherished tales.
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China Riled by Lloyd Austin, Antony Blinken After Supportive Taiwan Remarks
Departing from State Department guidelines last week, Secretary Blinken described Taiwan as a country for the third time publicly this year.
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TikToker Exposes Alleged Tinder Date For Having Girlfriend In Viral Video
"It doesn't look like he was taught to respect his monogamous relationships/GFs," one comment under the viral video read.
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Obesity: More than half of young adults are overweight, study says
More than half of young American adults are either overweight or obese, according to new Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine research.
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Oxford High School denied Michigan attorney general's shooting investigation offer: 'Extremely disappointed'
Oxford High School denied Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's offer to conduct a third-party investigation into the Nov. 30 shooting that left four students dead and seven others injured.
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Scientists slam German tabloid’s pandemic coverage
A group representing Germany’s main scientific organizations has accused the country’s biggest-selling newspaper of contributing to public hostility against scientists during the coronavirus pandemic.
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German man kills wife, kids in murder-suicide after being busted over fake vaccine card
The man, only identified as Devid R, was found fatally shot alongside his wife and their three girls inside their home in Koenigs Wusterhausen, south of Berlin, on Saturday.
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Omicron Likely More Transmissible Than Delta but Not More Severe, Dr. Anthony Fauci Says
While more information is needed, Fauci said it seems like the world will avoid the "worst-case scenario" with the Omicron variant.
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Ukraine shows off US-made weapons, material amid Russia attack fears
Ukraine celebrated its Day of the Armed Forces holiday with a showy display of American armored vehicles and weapons in an attempt to flex its power as tensions escalate with neighboring Russia.
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LeBron James’ interesting response with pressure mounting on Frank Vogel
After practice on Monday, LeBron James and Frank Vogel responded to criticism of the Lakers' third-year head coach after a 119-115 loss to the Clippers on Friday.
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Instagram Introducing Tool Allowing Parents to Monitor How Much Time Kids Spend on App
The two new features will allow users to monitor and limit time spent on the social media app, both for themselves and their children.
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Redditor Says Bride Asked Guests to Help Pay for Wedding in Viral Post
The Redditor said that their friend "mentioned that [the bride] will be sending us her Venmo so that we could 'pitch in' for the wedding."
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Carhartt has the outerwear you need to stay warm this winter
There is a weather term that terrifies many of us: polar vortex. If you've been in one, you know the importance of good outerwear. Whether you're just walking to work, taking a hike or actually working outside, durable warm gear is worth its weight in gold. It's an investment no one regrets.
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Chile Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage at Fraught Political Moment
The battle to legalize same-sex marriage in Chile began more than a decade ago and it comes to an end as the candidates vying to run Chile are at odds on the issue.
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Column: When 'Vice President Harris' became inevitable, trouble was sure to follow
The exodus of staffers is the latest clear sign that Kamala Harris is an awkward fit for the job.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Joe Bell’ on Amazon Prime, a Would-Be Weepie Starring Mark Wahlberg as an Earnest Everyman
More specifically, an everyman who's walking across America to speak out against bullying.
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Mark Meadows to stop cooperating with the Jan. 6 panel
The decision comes a week after Meadows' attorney said the former White House chief of staff would voluntarily speak with the committee.
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Left-wing Shutdown DC protest blocks traffic around nation's capital
A left-wing protest in Washington, D.C., is blocking traffic to demonstrate against an administration and lawmakers they believe have failed them by not delivering on various promises.
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Amanda Gorman on new book, and why she still feels like an "outsider"
At 22, Amanda Gorman became the youngest poet ever to perform their work at a U.S. presidential inauguration.
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Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows now will not cooperate with Jan. 6 committee
Mark Meadows' attorney said on Tuesday that his client will not sit for a deposition with the Jan. 6 committee. Last week, he'd agreed to do so.      
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‘Bachelor’ spoils its own show, reveals Clayton Echard’s apparent final 3
An unusually spoiler-filled trailer for Season 26 gives away that the former footballer was "in love" with three of his finalists and got "intimate" with two.
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Cat Pushes His Owner's Elderly Dog Down the Stairs in Crazy Viral Video
The clip has divided pet lovers. "I would never forgive that cat," one fan wrote while another insisted "that cat was framed."
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Biden and Putin open virtual meeting amid Russia, Ukraine tensions
President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday opened their virtual summit with waves hello ahead of talk expected to deal with US concerns that Russia may invade Ukraine.
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