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Vienna museums launch OnlyFans account to display 'explicit' artworks

The city of Vienna is taking an offbeat approach to the censorship of art and has turned to using the adults-only online platform OnlyFans to put its most "explicit" artworks on full display.
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Kids growing up in the COVID-19 era are damaged
"Kids are resilient.” That’s what we keep being told. That’s what adults tell themselves — and us — so that they can sleep at night.
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GOP voters asked if Pence should run against Trump in 2024
CNN's Randi Kaye speak with voters in Manchester, New Hampshire, about whether former Vice President Mike Pence should run against former President Donald Trump in 2024.
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PA Health System Runs Out of Beds Due to COVID Surge, Patients Wait 10 to 20 Hours in ER
Geisinger is operating at 110 percent capacity in its nine hospitals located in central and northeastern Pennsylvania, with most COVID patients unvaccinated.
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Rangers ripped by Avalanche as goalie struggles in NHL debut
In the second game of their back-to-back and with a fourth-string goaltender, the Blueshirts gave up five goals in the middle frame on the way to a jarring loss to the Avalanche.
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Analysis: Did the press overhype the danger posed by the Omicron variant?
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter.
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Biden to speak with Ukraine President Zelensky as Russian forces gather on border
President Biden is slated to speak with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday about the Russian forces gathering on the country's border.
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Senate Votes 'Yes' to Repeal Biden's Federal Vaccine Mandate
The U.S. Senate voted 52-48 in favor of repealing President Joe Biden's federal vaccine mandate for private businesses in what amounts to a symbolic blow to his administration.
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Sheriffs group rebuts White House claim it is helping combat surge in retail thefts
The National Sheriffs Association fired back at White House Press Secretary Jen Psaski's claim that the Biden administration is working with local law enforcement to help curb retail theft.
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House Votes 428-1 Against Uyghur Forced Labor; Lone Holdout Is Republican Thomas Massie
The bill requires corporations to provide "clear and convincing evidence" that regional imports from Xinjiang aren't manufactured through forced labor.
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Pantone's 2022 color of the year symbolizes how COVID-19 has transformed the world
2021 has been a transformative year as the world has invented new ways to interact, conduct business and live. What color could symbolize all that?      
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Jussie Smollett’s fate rests in hands of jury as one week trial draws to a close
Prosecutors believe the "Empire" actor was the mastermind behind a hate crime hoax in the wee hours of a frigid Chicago winter in January 2019.
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BKFC Fight Night: Tampa weigh-ins and faceoffs
Check out the best photos from the BKFC Fight Night: Tampa weigh-ins and faceoffs.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 31: Official scorecards from Las VegasUFC on ESPN 31: Best photos from Las VegasWARNING: Graphic photos of Dusko Todorovic's horrific injury 
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Pence will ‘evaluate’ speaking to House committee investigating Jan. 6 riots
"We’ll evaluate any of those requests as they come," the ex-veep reportedly said.
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Wisconsin overcomes massive deficit to defeat Indiana in Big Ten men's basketball game
The 17th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers extended their winning streak to six games and beat Indiana for the 19th time in 20 games at the Kohl Center.       
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Lyft won't require its staff to return to the office until 2023
Lyft is giving its employees another year to work remotely, a dramatic step among major businesses that are continuing to delay a return to the office.
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Marking one year in office, L.A. D.A. Gascón touts accomplishments, spars with critics on crime
L.A. County Dist. Atty. George Gascón on Wednesday touted what he considers the accomplishments of his first year, but found himself getting into tense exchanges with reporters about recent high-profile crimes.
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GOP Elections Leader in Utah Says Members Trying to 'Fundamentally Destroy the Voting System'
A Republican-led committee of lawmakers in the state where Trump won 58 percent of the vote has approved an audit of the state's election system.
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Jacqueline Avant's alleged killer failed by legal system, Los Angeles DA George Gascon says
The suspected killer of Jacqueline Avant, the wife of music executive and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Clarence Avant, was failed by a tough-on-crime approach that focuses only on incarceration and not on the root causes of crime, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon said.
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71-year-old man shot, killed while heading to store
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Knicks throttled by lowly Pacers in big step backward
Facing a flailing team in danger of being dismantled, Julius Randle and the Knicks once again reverted to look like the ones in need of a shake-up.
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'The Masked Singer': Sweet victory eludes Banana Split. Queen of Hearts beats married duo
Banana Split's hopes of taking home the gilded "Masked Singer" trophy melted away Wednesday during the Group B finals.       
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Nurse surprised with having mortgage, taxes paid for 2022
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Student suspected in paintball attack on homeless
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Woman dies after car plunges into Niagara River
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Coney Island looking for artist for welcome mural
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Former priest accused of filming boy in bathroom
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Waitress accused of altering tips from customers
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Transportation Dept. looks for extra plow drivers
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Ex-Navy football star dies during training exercise
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Gunfire breaks out on beach near Cancun resort, no injuries reported
A group of people on jet skis fired gunshots into the air on a beach in Cancun, Mexico, which forced tourists to frantically run away from the beach.
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Mark Sanchez on challenges Jets’ Zach Wilson is facing as rookie QB
Former Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, now a Fox Sports NFL analyst, was not terribly surprised by Wilson’s early struggles.
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Father and son arrested on suspicion of starting massive Caldor Fire, district attorney says
The accused are David Scott Smith, 66, and Travis Shane Smith, 32. No criminal charges have been filed against the two, yet, according to the DA.       
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CDC updates its guidelines to encourage doctors to talk everyone who is sexually active about PrEP to prevent HIV
The CDC is encouraging doctors to talk to all sexually active people about drugs that can help prevent HIV and to prescribe these drugs -- known as pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP-- to anyone who asks for them.
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Appreciation: Al Franken, innovative and entertaining UCLA track and field promoter, made sports fun
Al Franken, a UCLA track and field promoter known for embracing gimmicks if it helped entertain Southern California crowds, dies at the age of 96.
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Nets’ James Harden gets mixed reaction in Houston return
James Harden had his homecoming Wednesday night, when the Nets star played for the first time at a full-capacity Toyota Center since his ugly exit from the Rockets.
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USPS mail carriers stole credit cards as part of huge identity theft ring
The federal employees, who were recruited by ringleader Michael Richards, allegedly swiped over 1,000 credit cards that were then used by another defendant to buy high-end goods, prosecutors said.
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Lego building new brick factory in Vietnam as Asian market clicks
Toymaker Lego said on Wednesday it plans to build a new factory in Vietnam to keep up with rapidly growing demand for its colored plastic bricks among children across Asia.
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Kim Potter trial: Jury hears testimony from Daunte Wright's mother, officer who Potter was training
he highly anticipated trial for the former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter facing manslaughter charges in the shooting of Daunte Wright kicked off Wednesday with testimony from both Wright’s mother and the officer who Potter was training during the deadly traffic stop last April.
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Catherine Lowe: why my husband Sean doesn’t watch ‘The Bachelor’ anymore
"I’m so upset that I said that word [boycott] because he really has not watched it for, like, five years," the Bachelor Nation star exclusively told Page Six.
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Arizona Coyotes face potential arena lockout if they don't pay outstanding debts to city by Dec. 20
Coyotes could be locked out of Gila River Arena if all outstanding amounts the team owes the city of Glendale and ASM Global are not paid by Dec. 20.      
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Democrats using crime, omicron variant to push fear, submission: Tammy Bruce
Tammy Bruce showed what lies behind the left's agenda in the opening monologue of "Fox News Primetime."
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House passes measures to condemn and punish China over human rights abuses against Uighurs
The House of Representatives passed three separate measures Wednesday night putting diplomatic pressure on both China and the International Olympic Committee related to human rights violations leading up to the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.
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Joe Manchin Helps GOP Shoot Down Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate for Businesses
Manchin and his fellow moderate Senator Jon Tester were the only Democrats to vote in favor of the bill, which would in theory block Biden's mandate.
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7 Members of Suspended Fraternity Arrested for Cyberstalking Student Who Reported Hazing
According to Lafayette County Justice Court records, they were arrested Friday after turning themselves in. They were released on a bond of $5,000 each.
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Senate rejects vaccine mandate for businesses
The Senate approved a resolution Wednesday overturning the Biden administration's requirement that businesses with 100 or more workers have their employees be vaccinated against the coronavirus or submit to weekly testing. (Dec. 9)      
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Massachusetts school offers 'safe space' for 'students of color' after Rittenhouse, Arbery verdicts
A middle school in Massachusetts offered segregated "safe spaces" to students after the verdicts for both Kyle Rittenhouse and the Ahmaud Arbery cases.
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NFT Art Collectors Are Playing a Risky Game—And Winning
In Miami, the next generation of art collection showed its colors
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