GOP Senator Lindsey Graham Says He Would Vote for 'Bigger' Stimulus Package

Lindsey Graham said he supports another round of $1,200 stimulus checks.
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How to buy Beyonce’s new Ivy Park x Adidas Drop 2 before it sells out
"Drip 2" is here.
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Michael Bay's dystopian COVID-19 thriller 'Songbird' criticized as being 'completely out of touch'
Michael Bay's "Songbird," a dystopian thriller about a mutated COVID-19, was met with immense backlash on Twitter.        
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Rare hairless opossum dropped at wildlife center gets ‘winter wardrobe’
One marsupial will be sporting some cozy winter threads this season. A wildlife rehab center in Lubbock, Texas, has received an outpouring of support – and clothing – after a rare hairless opossum Friday was dropped off by a person concerned about the animal’s well-being. “When I was bringing the box back in, an arm...
Dems make early-voting history against Arizona Republicans
Democrats accounted for three percentage points more of the 1.1 million ballots received through Monday than Republicans. Some 39% of ballots were cast by Democrats.
Melania Trump champions husband Donald in dueling Florida rally with Biden
Clad in a leopard-print dress, the ex-model told the crowd to re-elect President Trump, touting his foreign policy record and domestic achievements.
VMI to remove statue of Confederate Gen. Stonewall Jackson
The Virginia Military Institute will remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Stonewall Jackson amid allegations of “ongoing structural racism” from black cadets, the school said Thursday. The embattled Lexington university’s Board of Visitors voted unanimously Thursday to remove the sculpture of the slave-owning former student of the school, according to the Washington Post. The decision...
Ed O’Neill admits he’s crap with computers ahead of online show
When asked to do the virtual event, the actor said: “I didn’t even know what they were talking about. How do you do a play on Zoom?"
Israel Practices War Against Hezbollah, Both Say They're Ready for the Real Thing
Israel's Brigadier General Ido Mizrachi told Newsweek "we have to be ready to operate against Hezbollah," which said the powerful Lebanese movement's forces are "always prepared" regardless of the IDF's massive military drills.
‘Bachelorette’ exec reveals ‘Selling Sunset’ star Chrishell Stause was once almost cast as the lead
"Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause was a top contender for "The Bachelorette" a decade ago, according to an ABC exec.
Vulnerable Republicans sold their souls to Trump. He’s not helping them.
The president keeps saying and doing things that make down-ballot Republicans' task more difficult.
Listen to Episode 47 of ‘Blue Rush’: Facing a Few Old Friends in Primetime feat. Ernie Accorsi
The Giants will go up against a few old friends when they take on the Buccaneers at MetLife Stadium Monday night on the primetime stage. They will take on their old pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul and Tom Brady, who the franchise took down in two Super Bowls. To break down the big matchup and everything going...
‘Last of the Grads’ Horror Movie Release Date
Nothing says Halloween quite like "slasher flick set at a high school lock-in."
Celebrities who have voted early in the 2020 presidential election
Stars are getting out the vote.
US, Greenland close to signing deals keeping China out of Arctic: report
United States officials are strengthening ties with Greenland in an attempt to keep China out of the strategic Arctic region, according to a new report Thursday.
Wisconsin GOP says hackers stole $2.3 million intended for Trump reelection effort
Hackers stole $2.3 million from the Wisconsin Republican Party intended for President Trump's reelection effort, state party officials confirmed to ABC News Thursday.
Best Buy’s 27 biggest early Black Friday deals of 2020
The best Black Friday deals at Best Buy came early, available both online and in-stores.
Parents TV Council president slams Netflix board for ignoring letters urging end to child 'sexualization'
The Parents Television Council (PTC) president spoke to Fox News about the Netflix Board of Directors' lack of engagement over its recent controversy surrounding "Cuties."
People Call to #FireChuckTodd For Asking if Joe Biden is Taking COVID 'Too Seriously'
A call to #FireChuckTodd has gained momentum on Twitter, after the MSNBC host asked if Biden was taking COVID-19 too seriously when it comes to campaigning.
The NYPD will have a Black woman as its chief of patrol for the first time
The New York Police Department, the largest police force in the country, has appointed a Black woman to be its chief of patrol.
USL League One cancels championship game after multiple positive COVID-19 tests
Friday's USL League One championship game was canceled after multiple individuals involved with the one of the teams tested positive for COVID-19.
Italian homes on sale for 1 euro are more than buyers bargained for
"What did I expect?”
Ohio's post-Election Day vote tallies favored Clinton, Obama, data shows
As of Tuesday, Ohioans had requested nearly 3.2 million mail-in ballot applications, roughly doubling the count compared with 2016.
‘Bad Hair’ review: In this horror film, a ‘do will do you in
Writer-director Justin Simien's demented, campy horror film "Bad Hair" is about, of all things, a killer weave. Voters shouldn't be 'duped'
Becky Anderson asks Grammy Award-winning artist about his new music video, "LOVE", in support of Joe Biden and his message to voters ahead of the US Election.
Why 'Grey's Anatomy' almost didn't address the pandemic
Roughly fifteen minutes into her first meeting with the "Grey's Anatomy" writers about the new season, showrunner Krista Vernoff said she knew there was no turning their back on Covid-19.
Why 'Grey's Anatomy' almost didn't address the pandemic
Roughly fifteen minutes into her first meeting with the "Grey's Anatomy" writers about the new season, showrunner Krista Vernoff said she knew there was no turning their back on Covid-19.
State Board of Education allows districts to learn remotely on 'snow days'
UConn suspends program for low income students
Georgia man dies when tree falls into mobile home
Deputies: Woman takes crowbar to cash register
Abducted TN juvenile found in NC home, arrest made
Man facing charges after raid reveals drugs, cash
Eight more priests accused of sexual abuse
Legend joins movement to bring MLB to Music City
Police discover van loaded w/ explosives, equipment
Person found dead in church after reported fire
More than 75 students quarantined after out-of-school parties
Covid-19 survivor has double lung transplant
Former Minnesota governors put out voting PSA
Theft ring busted, home full of merchandise
City bans discrimination based on hair
Mother, daughter share Covid-19 survival stories
California auditors criticize $800,000 in state spending on contracts, millions for retirement bonuses
California auditors investigating dozens of whistleblower complaints say the state will wastefully spend millions of dollars unless it takes corrective action.
The famous Dyson Airwrap curler and Supersonic dryer are on sale for Black Friday
The Dyson Airwrap curler and Dyson Supersonic hair dryer are at a huge discount thanks to this Best Buy Black Friday 2020 sale—details.
Donald Trump has run a historically bad re-election campaign
For a president whose 'brand is winning,' Trump has stood up a campaign rife with avoidable errors, mismanagement and squandered opportunities, write Demcratic consultants Arick Wierson and Bradley Honan.
Get ready for a flood of Trump pardons
Win or lose, President Donald Trump may well seek to pardon members of his family, officials in his administration, and possibly himself -- even, as Gerald Ford did for Richard Nixon, before any of them are convicted of anything, writes Mark Osler.
Texas facility now holding soon-to-be expelled migrant families
The families are being processed under an emergency COVID-19 policy that authorizes their swift removal from the U.S. without a court hearing or asylum interview.