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Pennsylvania man admits he voted for Trump with his dead mom’s name: ‘I listened to too much propaganda’

Bruce Bartman registered his deceased mother and mother-in-law to vote and cast an absentee ballot voting for Trump on behalf of his mother.
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Fauci Says Vaccinated People Don't Need Masks Outdoors, as CDC Criticized for Exaggerating Outdoor Transmission Rates
"If you're vaccinated and you're outside, put aside your mask. You don't have to wear it," the infectious diseases expert said Thursday.
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Woman Performs 'Embarrassing' Tasks in Public To Show 'No One Really Cares'
Olamide Grace is using her TikTok platform to show people why they shouldn't be embarrassed to do anything they want to.
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Restaurants rush to file applications for federal aid
A $28.6 billion fund aimed at helping restaurants received hundreds of thousands of applications in its first week.
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Mexico clashes kill 22
Clashes between criminals and federal police left 22 people dead in Mexico, including two officers, authorities said.
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Singing priests fill Brazil's Catholic pews
A Catholic priest, who's attracting new followers, is providing entertainment during the pope's visit to Brazil.
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Canada: 'Insufficient' braking in train crash
Canadian officials say "the braking force applied was insufficient to hold" an unmanned train that became a runaway and crashed into a town, killing 38 people.
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American wanted in rendition case released
A former CIA base chief wanted by Italy and detained in Panama has been released, a State Department spokeswoman said Friday.
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American wanted in Italy rendition arrested
One of the 23 Americans whom an Italian court convicted in absentia of kidnapping a terrorism suspect in 2003 has been arrested in Panama.
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Canadian train death toll grows to 38
The death toll grew to 37 on Tuesday as crews recovered two more bodies in last week's devastating train derailment in the Canadian town of Lac-Megantic.
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Death toll in Canadian disaster at 35
Two more bodies have been found at the site of last week's devastating train derailment in the Canadian town of Lac-Megantic, authorities said.
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Residents' anger surprises rail exec
The head of the railway whose runaway train devastated a small Quebec town cast doubt on his engineer's story.
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Is Snowden worth the risk for Latin America?
Here's a look at the pros and cons that leaders are facing in five Latin American nations that are among the 27 countries where Edward Snowden is seeking asylum.
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Is Snowden ready to take flight?
As speculation grows over Edward Snowden's path to freedom, WikiLeaks teased that his "flight of liberty" campaign starts Wednesday, promising further details.
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Snowden's future remains up in the air
U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has accepted Venezuela's asylum offer, a Russian parliamentary spokesman said in a tweet that was soon deleted.
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Raped child stirs abortion debate in Chile
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera stoked an abortion debate in his country over remarks he made about an 11-year-old girl who became pregnant after being raped.
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Railroad CEO heckled in ravaged Quebec town
The head of the railway whose runaway train devastated a small Quebec town cast doubt on his engineer's story.
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Chantal fizzles into tropical wave
A weakening Tropical Storm Chantal isn't much to look at, but could make a mess of the Dominican Republic and Haiti on Wednesday.
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Flash flooding traps Toronto train passengers
Toronto's rush hour Monday turned into anything but
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13 dead, 37 missing after train crashes
The search continues for dozens of people missing after a runaway train exploded in Canada, killing at least 13.
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Tropical Storm Chantal races toward Caribbean
Tropical Storm Chantal barreled through the Atlantic Ocean early Monday, racing toward the Lesser Antilles, the National Weather Service said.
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Snowden weighs asylum offers
Still a man without a country, U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has two, maybe three, options available to him as he seeks asylum.
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Urban oasis offers hope to Haiti shantytown
Living amid the garbage-strewn sewage canals, residents of Haiti's Cite Soleil endure a grim battle for survival every single day.
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Railway: Shutdown may have begun train wreck
At least five people were killed and "many more" deaths are expected in a small Canadian town devastated by an exploding runaway train, local police said.
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Venezuela awaits Snowden's response
Venezuela says it has extended an offer of asylum to Edward Snowden, but it has not heard back from him.
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Hingis comes out of retirement for WTA event
Five-time grand slam singles winner Martina Hingis is to make a return to the WTA Tour later this month in a tournament in the United States.
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Federer facing new world order
As Britain continues to celebrate Andy Murray's Wimbledon title, things aren't going quite as well for Roger Federer.
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Murray wins Wimbledon
At last.
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Brilliant Bartoli romps to Wimbledon title
France's Marion Bartoli has claimed the women's singles title at Wimbledon with a crushing 6-1 6-4 victory over Sabine Lisicki.
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No.1 Djokovic and home hope Murray in final
Novak Djokovic fought off a brave challenge from Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro to reach the Wimbledon final Friday after a compelling Centre Court marathon.
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A final of opposites: Lisicki and Bartoli
They've taken contrasting routes to the Wimbledon final, have very different styles of play and polar opposite personalities, but Sabine Lisicki and Marion Bartoli will have one thing in common on Saturday afternoon on the famous Centre Court.
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Ivanisevic's Wimbledon win 'unsolved mystery'
The final game of one of the most memorable matches in Wimbledon history, featuring two fan favorites, took on a life of its own.
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Lisicki repeats Centre Court magic
Sabine Lisicki survived another emotional roller coaster to claim her place in the women's singles final at Wimbledon with a thrilling three-set victory over fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska Thursday.
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Murray stars in great escape
In a tournament which has produced so many shocks perhaps the only surprise is that it took Andy Murray so long to put his legions of fans through the mill.
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Flipkens back from the brink and into the big time
Kirsten Flipkens is just one game away from a Wimbledon final -- a year ago, she was just happy to be alive.
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Murray into quarters without dropping a set
The feat has not been achieved since 1936 but with every victory, the pressure on Andy Murray to deliver a first British winner of the men's singles at Wimbledon since Fred Perry grows.
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Serena stunned at Wimbledon
The seeds just can't stop tumbling out of Wimbledon and on Monday it was the turn of world No.1 and five-time champion Serena Williams to experience that sinking feeling.
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Serena leads tributes to Billie Jean
It was the ultimate gathering of tennis talent.
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Djokovic breezes into second week
Novak Djokovic gave a perfect illustration of why he's the top ranked player in the world as he dismantled France's Jeremy Chardy in the last 32 at Wimbledon.
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Putin Tasks Officials to Tighten Rules for Gun Ownership in Russia After School Shooting
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Tuesday's school shooting "has shaken" the country and ordered the government to revise school security as well as tighten control over civilian gun ownership.
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Zach Wilson’s mom makes Instagram private after Disney World rant
In a lengthy rant on Instagram stories, Lisa appeared to complain about COVID-19 mask policies at Disney World parks, calling the establishment "maskholes."
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Fauci says vaccinated people 'don't have to wear a mask outside'
People who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus “don’t have to wear a mask outside,” Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday, adding that it would only be necessary in “a very unusual situation.”
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Gaza conflict intensifies with rocket barrages and airstrikes
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‘Castlevania’s Crazy, Twist-Filled Ending, Explained
Say hello, fight scenes.
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Ikea debuts pulled pork sandwich on menus
Ikea, known for its DIY furniture and signature Swedish meatballs, is rolling out a pulled pork sandwich.
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I-40 bridge closed after inspectors find this 'structural' crack
The Hernando de Soto Bridge, which spans the Mississippi River, is shut down indefinitely after a crack was found during a routine inspection.
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Plane Miraculously Floats to Ground Using Parachute After Midair Collision
"Every one of these pilots needs to go buy a lottery ticket right now," said Arapahoe County Sheriff's Deputy John Bartmann.
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Cicadas fascinated scientists centuries ago. Among them? Benjamin Banneker.
Banneker and Swedish scientist Pehr Kalm documented the emergence of cicadas from 1715 to 1800
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