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The Breakfast Club hits Joy Reid for vaccine-scolding Nicki Minaj, invokes MSNBC host's skepticism under Trump

The co-hosts of the liberal morning radio show The Breakfast Club knocked MSNBC host Joy Reid for scolding rapper superstar Nicki Minaj over her vaccine skepticism.
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Madison Cawthorn Vows to Prosecute Fauci, Seize Chinese Assets in U.S. if GOP Returns to Power
"There's a new day rising in America. There's a new patriotic fervor rising in America," the Republican North Carolina congressman said.
U.S. Christian Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti: 17 Adults and Children Taken
A group of 17 Christian missionaries including children was kidnapped late Saturday by an armed gang near Haiti's Port-au-Prince, a voice message sent to various religious missions by an organization with direct knowledge of the incident has claimed.
Fauci says FDA panel concluded J&J shot should’ve been two doses
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the FDA panel that recommended boosters for Johnson & Johnson's vaccines believes that it likely should have been two doses.
Kominers’s Conundrums: All Hail the Newest ‘Jeopardy’ Star
Matt Amodio covered a lot of ground in his record-breaking run. Can you keep up?
NLCS Game 1 takeaways: Chris Taylor's mistake, Dodgers' missed scoring chances and more
Chris Taylor's mistake and struggles in crunch time at the plate are among the top four takeaways from the Dodgers' Game 1 NLCS loss to the Braves.
Alex Saab, alleged financier for Venezuela's president, is extradited to the US and due in court Monday
An alleged financier to embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has been extradited from Cape Verde to the US and is scheduled to appear in court Monday, the US Department of Justice said Sunday.
Alex Saab, alleged financier for Venezuela's president, is extradited to the US and due in court Monday
The US alleges Saab was behind a corruption network involving a government-subsidized food program that stole hundreds of millions of dollars from the Venezuelan people. Saab's lawyer alleges his client's extradition violated international law.
Jon Stewart: We make a mistake focusing it all on Trump
Comedian Jon Stewart discusses with CNN's Jake Tapper why he thinks the country's focus on former President Donald Trump is a mistake and painting him like an "incredible supervillain" is the wrong move.
Conor McGregor accused of punching, breaking Italian DJ’s nose in Rome
Conor McGregor's Saturday in Rome did not lack for adventures at opposite ends of the spectrum.
Step up your home workouts with this highly-rated indoor cycle
Add this essential piece of cardio equipment to your home setup and introduce a wide range of new workouts to your routine.
Former Playboy Bunny Says She Was Visited by Ghost of Hugh Hefner: 'It was so Real'
Bridget Marquardt said of her supposed encounter with Hugh Hefner's ghost: "He said, 'My darling!' and he put his arms around me."
Hollywood’s Behind-the-Scenes Workers Reach Deal, Averting Strike
The tentative agreement came hours before a strike deadline and avoids a production shutdown at TV and movie studios already scrambling to make up for time lost in the pandemic.
Video: Rami Malek thanks his family in 'SNL' monologue
In his debut appearance as a "Saturday Night Live" host, the Academy Award winning actor talked about his penchant for playing villains, and love for his siblings.
For one entrepreneur, a Brooklyn rooftop was the inspiration for business
Beauty industry insider and entrepreneur Liana Blomquist had her “aha moment” in 2018 when she started getting back into gardening.
U.S. Religious Group Says 17 Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti
The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries
I’m vegan, so am I exempt from a vaccine mandate?
Ethical vegans are exempt from the COVID vaccine in the UK. Would I have a case in New York for a vegan exemption? The vaccine is tested on animals and I don’t use medication of any kind.
Buttigieg says US supply chain issues will 'certainly' continue into 2022
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the US will continue into 2022, but stressed that Congress potentially passing President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal is the best way to help alleviate those problems.
Jimmie Allen and wife Alexis welcome baby girl
The "Dancing With the Stars" contestant and his wife, Alexis Gale, welcomed their second child together, a baby girl named Zara, in Nashville on Saturday.
Confronting his critics, Steele defends dossier in first major interview
British ex-spy Christopher Steele is opening up about his bombshell 2016 dossier in the ABC News documentary "Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier."
Buttigieg Fires Back at Paternity Leave Attack: ‘I’m Not Going to Apologize to Tucker Carlson’
CNNTransportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg explicitly called out Fox News star Tucker Carlson on Sunday morning, saying he wasn’t “going to apologize” to the conservative host for taking paternity leave to care for his newborn twins.During his Thursday night broadcast, Carlson mockingly took aim at the Biden administration official for taking time off to care for the two babies that he and his husband Chasten recently adopted.“Pete Buttigieg has been on leave from his job since August after adopting a child. Paternity leave, they call it, trying to figure out how to breastfeed. No word on how that went,” Carlson sneered.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Activists reportedly lash out at White House over immigration policies
Fed-up immigration advocates ​ditched a virtual meeting with Biden administration officials to protest the White House's plan to restart former President Donald Trump's "Remain in Mexico" program.
Before and after stitching: Photos of Danny Roberts' nasty head gash from UFC Fight Night 195
Check out the nasty cut Danny Roberts suffered at UFC Fight Night 195.       Related StoriesBefore and after stitching: Photos of Danny Roberts' nasty head gash from UFC Fight Night 195 - EnclosureFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC Fight Night 195 with Tom Petty, Black Sabbath, AC/DCBellator 268 results: Corey Anderson blasts Ryan Bader in quick TKO win, advances to grand prix final - Enclosure
Houston deputy killed in ambush identified as father-of-two Kareem Atkins
Deputy Kareem Atkins was ambushed, shot and killed over the weekend.
Demographic Collapse: British Fertility Rate Lowest in History, But Number of Foreign Mothers at Record High
British fertility rates have fallen to the lowest level in recorded history, while the number of foreign-born mothers hit a record high.
Fauci: Vaccinated Americans Can Enjoy Holidays with Family
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head and chief White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that fully vaccinated Americans could enjoy Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings with family.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker delays COVID vaccine deadline for some state workers
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has pushed back a deadline for some state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as his office negotiates with the workers' labor unions.
Chinese Military Newspaper Rails Against CIA, Calls for 'People's War' to Fight U.S. Spying
"No cunning fox can beat a good hunter," the People's Liberation Army Daily said.
New trailer for 'The Batman' shows a gritty Gotham featuring several familiar foes
The new trailer for "The Batman," the latest reboot of the iconic movie franchise, features a recognizably dark and gritty Gotham and previews the return of several of the superhero's most infamous enemies.
New trailer for 'The Batman' shows a gritty Gotham featuring several familiar foes
The new trailer for "The Batman," the latest reboot of the iconic movie franchise, features a recognizably dark and gritty Gotham and previews the return of several of the superhero's most infamous enemies.
Republican: Subpoenaing Trump upfront would become a circus
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) says if the committee investigating the January 6th capitol riot were to subpoena former President Donald Trump at the start of the process it would become "kind of a circus," but they would subpoena Trump if he had information they needed.
Robert Durst Hospitalized With COVID-19
Durst, 78, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without a chance of parole for the murder of his best friend
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SEC condemns 'unacceptable' fan behavior at Tennessee-Ole Miss game
SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey slammed fan behavior at the Tennessee-Ole Miss game on Saturday night after the field was littered with trash as some were upset with a call from the officials.
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New Mexico far-left, anti-police lawmaker once told to 'f*** off' by own party won't seek re-election
A controversial, far-left state lawmaker in New Mexico who was previously told to “f*** off” by a member of his own Democratic Party announced that he will not seek re-election, according to a report.
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Jen Psaki Says NBC's Kelly O'Donnell Asks 'All the Time' About Biden's Health
The White House press secretary made the comment after a reporter asked when the president's first physical exam since taking office would be.
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Is ’Halloween’s Michael Myers Inspired By a Real Person?
As if the fictional character wasn't creepy enough we have even more eerie details for you.
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As Many as 17 U.S. Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti
The missionaries, including several children, were reportedly kidnapped by a gang known as 400 Mawozo that is known for targeting religious groups.
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Bill Clinton Spends Another Night in Hospital as He Fights Infection
Former President Bill Clinton spent Saturday night at a Southern California hospital where he is still recovering from a urinary tract infection that developed into sepsis, a spokesman confirmed.
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Chigs Just Made ‘The Great British Baking Show’ Way More Competitive
Your crush — and mine — CRUSHED it this week.
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What Time Will ‘Succession’ Season 3 Premiere on HBO and HBO Max?
It's Logan vs. Kendall. Fight!
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This white chili with butternut squash brings comfort and balance
When you want food that comforts physically and emotionally, try this white chili with butternut squash and quinoa.
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Biden’s Supreme Court commission has good ideas. But the court’s problems run deeper.
Any effective court reform should begin with enhancing democratic elements in our entire constitutional system.
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WWII Vet's Touching Plea to Find Kids He Photographed in 1945
The US infantryman has no information other than the black and white photograph.
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How Do Pineapples Grow, Exactly? Tips to Germinate the Tropical Fruit
Pineapples may be delicious to eat, but they are famously difficult to grow. Newsweek consulted experts on the tips and tricks you need to grow your own.
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15 Cars You Can't Buy In the US But Might See on Your Vacation to Europe
There is an array of auto brands available outside of the U.S., here is a list of some of the vehicles you may see, and even rent, on a European vacation.
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Chiefs vs. Washington prediction: Go with Kansas City
The Chiefs, 6.5-point favorites, will win and cover against the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
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17 missionaries kidnapped by gang in Haiti, U.S. religious group says
The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to a message from Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.
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Vermont high school's halftime show is a drag pageant
A Vermont high school homecoming football game turned into a “drag ball" runway at halftime, with students and faculty members parading in gowns, wigs and makeup – and a big crowd cheered them on.
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Youngster Cole Palmer scores hat-trick in youth game just hours after appearing for Manchester City
Ah, the joys of youth.
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