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Texas man who used COVID relief funds to buy Lamborghini sentenced to prison

A Texas man was sentenced to over nine year in prison on Monday for fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 relief funds that he used for the purchase of a Lamborghini and other expenses.
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Google Accused Of 'Constant Surveillance', Deceptive Methods to Maintain Access to User Data
Attorney generals in at least four states are expected to be file lawsuits on Monday accusing the company of deceiving users about how their location is tracked.
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UPenn’s Lia Thomas ‘wasn’t close’ to being competitive as a male: teammate
A UPenn swimmer has spoken out against Lia Thomas' dominance in the pool, saying she "was not even close" to being competitive in male events before transitioning.
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Getting paid on Venmo or Cash App? This new tax rule might apply to you
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Supreme Court rejects GOP challenge to House proxy vote rule
The rejection of the suit by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyaffirms a prior federal appeals court ruling that the judiciary was prohibited from reviewing internal House rules.
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China Requires Those Buying Some Medicines to Take COVID Test Within 72 Hours
"The current epidemic prevention situation is still grim and complicated and all departments across the city must act proactively and swiftly," Xu Hejian said.
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'The Gilded Age': What Time Is It On And How To Watch?
"Downtown Abbey" fans will not want to miss "The Gilded Age" on HBO. Here's everything you need to know so you don't miss a thing.
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Where Is ‘Ozark’ Filmed?
Live out your wildest money laundering fantasies.
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Supreme Court rejects GOP challenge to proxy voting in House
The House's remote voting practices have been used by Republican and Democrats alike.
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Activist investor calls on Peloton to fire CEO and sell itself
Blackwells Capital — which holds less than a 5% stake in the fitness company — claims John Foley misled investors.
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World's Saddest Rhino Who Cried After Horn Was Ripped Off Released Back Into Wild
The rhino was left for dead after poachers hacked off his horn, leaving him with a "horrific" wound.
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Woman allegedly tried to buy infant at Walmart in Texas for $500,000
The alleged incident occurred in Crockett, which is outside Houston.
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Woman Accidentally Finds 'Shocking' $3 Million Winning Lottery Ticket in Spam Folder
A Michigan woman luckily came across a lucrative email when she was originally searching for something else.
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Kanye West Awkwardly Crashed Roc-A-Fella Headquarters in 2002, ‘Jeen-Yuhs’ Documentary Reveals
Netflix's three-part documentary shows that Ye wasn't always on top.
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Former 'Jeopardy!' Champ Calls For Show to Reinstate Limit on Win Streaks
With a recent influx of "Jeopardy!" super champs, one former player has called on the show to revert to its pre-2003 rules.
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Sarah Palin tests positive for COVID, NYT defamation case may be delayed
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin tested positive for COVID-19, which may delay her civil suit against the New York Times that was scheduled to go to trial Monday.
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Lisa Barlow claims ‘whore’ Meredith Marks ‘f–ked half of New York’
“I’m done with her. I f–king hate her!” Barlow said of her former best friend in a sneak peek clip from next Sunday’s episode of “RHOSLC."
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Vicki Gunvalson throws daughter Briana Culberson pink-themed baby shower
This will be baby No. 4 for Briana and her husband, Ryan Culberson. She first announced that they were expecting again in August 2021.
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DHS warns of potential Russia cyberattacks amid tensions
Russia would consider conducting a cyberattack on the US homeland if Moscow perceived that a US or NATO response to a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine "threatened [Russia's] long-term national security," according to a Department of Homeland Security intelligence bulletin obtained by CNN.
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Giants interviewing Brian Daboll a second time after thrilling Bills effort
The epic and breathtaking Bills loss in Kansas City in a classic playoff game Sunday opened the door for the Giants to pounce on Brian Daboll, and they are doing exactly that.
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'I'm done with Covid!': Journalist gets praise and backlash for late-night comments
Doctors Jonathan Reiner and Lucy McBride respond to comments made by journalist and author Bari Weiss claiming she is "done" with Covid-19 during an appearance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher."
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Wildfire along California’s Big Sur forces evacuations
The fire started Friday night in a steep canyon and quickly spread toward the sea, fanned by strong winds up to 50 mph.
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How can I get the COVID-19 pill? Access to treatments remains a challenge
Scarce supplies and the record surge in Omicron cases can make it tricky to secure the "game-changer" COVID-19 pill from Pfizer.
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Capitol riot committee has spoken with ex-AG Barr, chairman says
The House select committee investigating the Capitol riot has been in contact with former Attorney General William Barr, who previously accused former President Donald Trump of "orchestrating a mob."
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Disney heiress blasts Mouse House over pay inequality in new documentary
Disney has become a lightning rod for inequality in a new documentary directed by Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of one the Mouse House’s founders. The film co-directed with Kathleen Hughes, “The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales,” profiles four Disneyland custodians, who earn $15 an hour, as they struggle to make ends meet, juggling high...
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Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers
The Miami Heat knew the run was coming. Even early in the fourth quarter, with a 23-point lead, Heat players were telling each other that the game wasn't over.
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Gunfire reports lead SWAT team to Walnut Park, where a man is perched on a rooftop
L.A. County Sheriff's deputies were trying to persuade a man on a rooftop in a residential neighborhood of Walnut Park to surrender Monday morning.
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Need a change of scenery? Discover Travelogue Cinema — but pick your film carefully
Travel the world with "The Lost Daughter," "House of Gucci," "The Hand of God" and ... "Red Rocket"?
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Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could End Affirmative Action for College Admissions
The Supreme Court will hear cases claiming Harvard University and the University of North Carolina discriminated against Asian Americans in college applications.
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Keith McNally’s ‘frozen’ frites slammed by critic after he starts feud
The Balthazar restaurateur randomly took a British journalist to task when he slammed her review of a restaurant in the English countryside.
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Zoe Lofgren Says 'I Think Newt Has Really Lost It,' as Jan. 6 Remarks Spark Outrage
Former House Speaker Gingrich argued members of the January 6 Committee could fail jail time for their actions.
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A group of moms wanted to release some stress. So, they gathered in a field and screamed.
A group of mothers from Massachusetts gathered at a high school field to scream and release stress amid the COVID-19 pandemic.       
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Sorry, progressives. The criminal justice system is unlikely to save us from Trump.
It’s up to voters and politicians, not jurors and prosecutors, to stop a Trump comeback.
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'Mommy Hugs, I Scared': 3-Year-Old's Heartbreaking Plea Before Placed on Ventilator
Shortly after being admitted to the hospital, Justin Lee Francis was sedated and intubated to help him fight off COVID-19 and several other viruses.
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Education Secretary Cardona should resign, over 100 conservative leaders say in new letter
A list of 120 conservative groups is demanding Education Secretary Miguel Cardona's resignation amid evidence surrounding the NSBA's letter to the White House.
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Mom Shares Clever Trick to Get Kids to Eat Vegetables
Struggling to get your little ones to eat their veggies? Well, why not try this clever and easy-to-follow hack.
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Aspiring cop, 7, says he wants to be a ‘hero’ like slain NYPD officer
A pint-sized aspiring cop paid tribute Sunday to slain NYPD cop Jason Rivera – saying he wanted to be a “hero” just like the tragic rookie officer.
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How much trouble is Kyrsten Sinema really in?
Over the weekend, the Arizona Democratic Party voted to formally censure one of its own -- Sen. Kyrsten Sinema -- after she opposed changing the filibuster rules to allow major voting rights legislation to pass the Senate with just 50 votes.
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Joel Embiid's double-double helps 76ers hold off Spurs
Joel Embiid had 38 points and 12 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers held off a late rally to beat the San Antonio Spurs 115-109 on Sunday night.
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Behind the latest GOP restrictions on race teaching: A hidden, toxic goal
How GOP legislatures hope to remove big questions about race and the U.S. from the agenda entirely.
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Yes, that Bills-Chiefs game was uniquely NUTS
Here is one chart that shows just how insanely enjoyable Sunday night's Chiefs-Bills game was.
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WHO Director Warns Against Assuming Omicron is Last COVID Variant, Pandemic Near 'Endgame'
"Globally, the conditions are ideal for more variants to emerge," WHO's director-general said about the "endgame" of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Stephen A. Smith loses it reacting to Bills-Chiefs game in viral video
If Stephen A. Smith doesn't have a voice on Monday's episode of "First Take" on ESPN, here's why.
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Financial adviser arrested and fired after throwing drink at smoothie shop employees following his son's allergic reaction
A Connecticut man has been arrested and lost his job after video surfaced of him yelling at employees of a smoothie shop Saturday, where he claimed his son received a drink with peanut butter, causing a severe allergic reaction sending him to the hospital.
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What Time is ‘The Gilded Age’ on HBO and HBO Max?
Get ready for plenty of New York period drama.
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Supreme Court takes up case that could limit federal government's jurisdiction over wetlands
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to take up a case that could limit the federal government's jurisdiction over wetlands protected under the Clean Water Act.
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Statue of Spanish Explorer Toppled in Puerto Rico Hours Before King's Visit
The statue was toppled hours before the King of Spain, King Felipe VI, is to make a visit to San Juan to celebrate the 500th anniversary of San Juan's founding.
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Tennessee sheriff's deputy discovered shot, dead in burning home
Firefighters found a Tennessee sheriff's deputy inside her burning home. She had been shot and was declared dead at the scene.
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Fourth shot enhances COVID resistance for people over 60: Israeli study
A fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose given to those aged over 60 made them three times more resistant to serious illness than those who received three shots.
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