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TikToker Encourages Parents to Burn Fake Christmas Presents in Viral 'Life Hack' Video

"Christmas is coming, and here is a sure fire way to ensure your little darlings [are] behaving proper," TikTok user Bennyg7070 suggested in the comments.
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Where Is the James Webb Telescope Right Now and When Will It Reach Its Destination?
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Accused Times Square subway shover should never have been on streets, sister claims
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On MLK Day, Biden says Americans must commit to King's work
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Kanye West airs out family drama in recent interview, new song
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Woman found dead after trying to save dogs from Tonga tsunami
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Hawaii to require travelers have booster shots to be 'fully vaccinated'
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Texas rabbi recounts 'terrifying' escape from hostage situation
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MLK shares view on the filibuster in 60-year-old interview clip
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Internet Backs Woman Forwarding 'Lewd' Messages to the Texter's Fiancée
The woman received the message after two decades without contact but was told she was in the wrong by mutual friends, leading her to seek advice online.
Trust your gut when it comes to sugar, study says
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day around the country
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated each year on the third Monday in January.
Who is Carlos Alcaraz, 18-year-old tennis phenom at Australian Open?
Carlos Alcaraz Garfia, an 18-year-old tennis phenom from Spain, has a golden opportunity at the Australian Open. With world No. 1 Novak Djokovic out of the men’s single draw on account of being deported from Australia for being unvaccinated against COVID-19, Alcaraz and Matteo Berrettini are favorites at DraftKings to win his vacated quarter at...
Spotify mum after Joe Rogan critics calls for change to prevent COVID ‘misinformation’ on platform
Spotify has not publicly responded to an open letter calling for the streaming platform to take action against what it calls COVID-19 “misinformation” spread by Joe Rogan.
China’s Xi calls for world cooperation on COVID despite secrecy over origins
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Fox & Friends' guests Wesley Hunt, Dr. Carol Swain remember the life, legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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UFC 270: Make your predictions for Ngannou-Gane, Moreno-Figueiredo 3
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Gen. Mark Milley tests positive for COVID-19 with ‘very minor symptoms’
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday and is isolating himself while working remotely.
H.S. basketball notebook: Stone Bridge, with football players back on-board, looks as strong as ever
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How 5-star QB Arch Manning fits in with the top college football programs recruiting him
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This extreme tattoo fan has spent over $100,000 inking his entire body
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China Will Not Sell Winter Olympics Tickets to General Public Due to COVID-19
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We ended our Helping Hand charity campaign on the highest of notes
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‘Alaskan Bush People’ star Bear Brown marries Raiven Adams: ‘My heart belongs to her and her alone’
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Bipartisan Senate delegation arrives in Ukraine to show support amid tensions with Russia
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New Hampshire Man Catches Record-Breaking 12lb Fish, Almost 3ft Long
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Why protecting the planet is essential to preventing future pandemics
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Seasonal affective disorder: How to fight the winter blues on Blue Monday
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Beijing Abandons Winter Olympics Ticket Sales Amid Omicron Fears
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Longtime Los Angeles nurse dies days after unprovoked attack at downtown bus stop
Sandra Shells was attacked at a bus stop on Thursday morning. Authorities said she died Sunday at the same hospital she worked at for 38 years.
Muslim women in India targeted by racist, fake auction ‘sale’ app
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Coast guard rescues trapped duck hunters near Cape Cod
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Internet Backs Mom Refusing To Buy Lunch for Daughter's Boyfriend—'Moocher'
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Clyburn: People Stopping Build Back Better, Voting Rights Legislation 'Supporting Autocracy Over Democracy'
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‘Yellowjackets’ star Melanie Lynskey says she was body-shamed on set
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Family, friends memorialize L.A. author Eve Babitz with laughter
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Tonga volcano eruption likely not large enough to affect global climate, experts say
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A.J. Foyt Racing makes Tatiana Calderón first female IndyCar driver since 2013
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Biden and Japanese prime minister to meet for first time on virtual call this week
President Biden is set to meet virtually with Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida Fumio later this week amid the ongoing surge of the Omicron variant around the globe.
Midwest hospital chain stops using race-based COVID-19 treatment plan amid backlash
SSM Health, a Catholic hospital chain that operates 23 hospitals in Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin, has stopped using race as a determining factor for prioritizing COVID-19 treatment.