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What Chrishell Stause Has Said About Her Parents' Death

"Selling Sunset's" Chrishell Stause has spoken openly about losing both of her parents in 2019 and 2020.
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Hawks fans troll Hornets’ PJ Washington with ‘Brittany Renner’ chant
It seems Atlanta Hawks fans were eager to get under P.J. Washington's skin on Sunday.
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Alleged kidnapper and teen stopped at Canadian border over lack of COVID-19 tests
Christopher Costanzo was nabbed at the border with a 16-year-old girl who told authorities he had tied her up with a shoelace and forced her at knifepoint into the car's trunk.
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Biden Says Prescription Drugs 'Outrageously Expensive' But Chance for Change Faces Fight
"I'm committed to using every tool I have to lower prescription drug costs for Americans...," the president said Monday.
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Jim Banks: Biden projecting weakness, Putin sees opportunity in Ukraine
Indiana congressman Jim Banks said President Biden is projecting weakness on the world stage, which our adversaries see as an opportunity.
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Biologists Concerned After Rare Whale Gives Birth While Entangled in Fishing Rope
An endangered North Atlantic right whale with a 20-foot fishing rope in its mouth was seen with a newborn calf off the coast of Georgia on Thursday.
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Undoing Racism Means Undoing Race | Opinion
To embrace our shared humanity and, perhaps, our shared Americanness, to undo racism, we must undo the idea of "race."
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Sports parents are horrible and referees are finally doing something about it — quitting
One of the pandemic labor shortages is happening in youth sports, where games are being cancelled every week because there aren't enough referees. Time off from the games made a lot of refs realize how abusive parents and coaches are, and they've had enough.
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Justice Department closes its investigation into 1955 killing of Emmett Till
The Justice Department is closing its investigation into the 1955 killing of Emmett Till, a Black teenager from Chicago who was abducted and killed while visiting family in Mississippi after witnesses accused him of making sexual advances at a White woman, the Associated Press reports.
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Alec Baldwin Twitter Account Disappears Days After 'Rust' Interview
Going to the actor's Twitter page brings up a message that simply says "this account doesn't exist."
Suspected car-ramming attack by Palestinian teen highlights rising tensions, amid questions over Israeli police actions
Devin Nunes to leave Congress to work for Trump media company
Trump Media & Technology Group made the announcement. Nunes is leaving before his term ends.
'You're the unlucky group,' CEO fires hundreds over Zoom CEO Vishal Garg laid off more than 900 employees on a Zoom webinar just before the holidays.
Putin views Biden as weak world leader amid potential Russian invasion into Ukraine: Gen. Jack Keane
New satellite imagery showing Russian President Vladimir Putin amassing troops and resources on the Russo-Ukrainian border is sparking fears of an invasion of the former Soviet state, according to retired Army Gen. Jack Keane,
Stacey Bendet and Colm Dillane partner on new KidSuper artist space
"If you can create these 'Factory-like' experiences where creatives feel like [they] have a home, you'll start to bring that creative energy back to the city."
Eric Adams is taking advice from Miami’s mayor on Twitter and crypto
Mayor-Elect Eric Adams is looking to raise his Twitter game -- and has turned to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez for help, On The Money has learned.
Sylvester Stallone to Star in ‘Kansas City’ From Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter at Paramount+
Stallone meets The Sopranos and Yellowstone while collaborating with two of the biggest names TV has to offer.
Rep. Devin Nunes to leave Congress to become Trump media company CEO
Nunes will step down from his seat at the end of December, he told constituents Monday.
Chargers place leading wide receiver Keenan Allen on COVID-19 list
Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen, who scored two touchdowns in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, was placed on the COVID-19 list.
Officers Jailed For Sharing Photos of Sisters Slain By Man Obsessed With Demons, Lottery
In a WhatsApp group message that included 41 London officers, Jamie Lewis sent one of the images and referred to the women as "dead birds."
New York City to implement vaccine mandate for all private sector workers
CNN's Jason Carroll reports.
Sunoco Agrees to Pay $4 Million, Replace Animal Habitats in Pipeline Spill Settlement
Sunoco agreed to pay $4 million in a settlement from a 2020 pipeline spill that damaged Marsh Creek State Park in Pennsylvania. The pipeline will change places.
Biden faces high-stakes test in call with Putin over Ukraine
President Joe Biden is set for one of the most critical calls of his presidency on Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as he gets stark warnings from the US intelligence community that Russia is preparing to invade Ukraine as soon as next month.
Biden hints Christmas deadline for $2T social spending bill in doubt
President Biden on Monday pointedly declined to say if he believes his sprawling social spending package can pass Congress by Christmas.
Vaccine mandate for all workers in NYC
Covid cases climb above 100,000 per day, and NYC announces a vaccination mandate for all private businesses, no matter how small (except work-from-home.)
Watch Lindsay Hubbard’s hair transformation after botched extensions
“Winter House” star Lindsay Hubbard got herself into a bad hair situation. Her botched hair extensions were not only installed incorrectly, but attached with black string and silicone beads that were rusting in her hair. Lucky for her, celebrity hairstylist Julius Michael and his team were able to help. Watch the video to see her...
The obvious problem with blaming coronavirus deaths on Joe Biden
Republicans are disproportionately powering the pandemic as Republican leaders point at the president.
Woman Says Strangers Stole Her Apartment, Put up Christmas Decorations in Viral Video
The TikToker said a couple broke into her apartment and stole her dryer, her clothes, shoes and changed the locks.
'Remain in Mexico' program restarts, fueling frustration among immigration advocates
The Biden administration relaunched the Trump-era border policy known as "Remain in Mexico" on Monday, kicking back into gear the program allowing officials to send non-Mexican migrants to Mexico to await their US immigration court hearings.
South Carolina high schooler arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot up schools
South Carolina sheriff’s deputies arrested a 14-year-old male high school student Monday on charges that he threatened to shoot up schools in Lexington County, authorities said.
What questions do you have about Mark Turgeon and the college coaching carousel? Ask The Post.
Barry Svrluga answers your questions about Mark Turgeon's sudden departure from Maryland and the rapidly changing college coaching landscape.
Sen. Scott requests meeting with Adam Silver on NBA's 'unsettling' China issues
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., requested to meet with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver in a letter on Monday to talk about a litany of the senator’s concerns regarding the league’s relationship with China.
Pharmacy Employee Allegedly Handles Pills With Bare Hands in Video Viewed 23 Million Times
"Having to take prescription medication is stressful enough, the last thing I want to worry about is if this medication is going to make me sick..." she said.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Forever Prisoner’ on HBO Max, a Deep-Dive Doc About a Man Trapped in International Limbo
Prolific director Alex Gibney tells the story of Abu Zabaydah, an oft-tortured prisoner of the U.S.' "war on terror."
Corporate profits are booming. Could this mean higher wages?
U.S. corporate profits have never been fatter — or accounted for a bigger portion of economic growth.
‘West Side Story’ banned in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait due to LGBTQ character
A report suggested the move is due to Anybodys, a teenage character written to be transgender and played by actor Iris Menas, who identifies as nonbinary.
CDC warns against travel to France, Portugal, Jordan and Cyprus amid high COVID levels
The CDC is warning travelers against visiting popular destinations including France and Portugal due to "very high" levels of COVID-19.
European travel powerhouse and 6 other places at 'very high' risk for Covid-19, CDC says
The CDC has put five places in Europe -- including France and Portugal -- on its list of destinations for "very high" Covid-19 travel risk. Find out what other destinations were also moved to Level 4.
Opinion: Buck O'Neil is finally a Hall of Famer. That it took so long is another stain on baseball.
Baseball righted an egregious wrong Sunday by voting Buck O'Neil into the Hall of Fame. But it should have happened while he was still alive.
Chris Noth defends Sarah Jessica Parker in Kim Cattrall feud
"I have absolutely no idea what [Cattrall's] thinking is, or her emotions. I do know that I'm very close with SJ and [Cattrall's] descriptions of her don't even come close."
COVID Positivity Rates Soar in 2 Iowa Counties Where Vaccination Rates Are Below 50 Percent
Two counties in the state, Harrison and Fremont, that have below 50 percent of their eligible populations vaccinated reported positivity rates over 30 percent.
Evan Rachel Wood claims Marilyn Manson threatened ‘to f—k’ her 8-year-old son
"I have suffered severe, traumatic physical and emotional injury at his hands," the actress said of her alleged abuser in court docs obtained by Daily Mail.
Former GOP Senator Bob Dole to Be 33rd to Lie in State at US Capitol Rotunda
The former senator and presidential candidate will lie in state Thursday, joining a a list that includes former presidents like JFK and Abraham Lincoln.
Teenage boy dies of heart attack while touring haunted house
A Malaysian teen has died after suffering a heart attack while visiting a haunted house with his friend's family.
Louisiana Students 16 and Up Likely to Have COVID Shot Added to Required School Vaccines
Republican lawmakers and Governor John Bel Edwards are debating over whether he can overrule the rejection of his proposed mandate.
Justice Department closes Emmett Till investigation despite new claims
The DOJ closed its Emmet Till investigation after it was unable to validate a claim that the woman who accused Till of making advances on her recanted the allegation decades later.
Corey Davis out for season as another high-priced Jets signing goes down
Another one of the Jets’ high-priced offseason signings is done for the year.
New Vaccine Ingredient May Battle COVID, Other Illnesses Including HIV: Study
Scientists found that a new combination adjuvant may boost the effectiveness of a number of inoculations.
Biden DOJ sues Texas over redistricting plans, alleging discrimination
The DOJ sued Texas over its plan to redistrict the state’s electoral map, claiming the new map denies the voting rights of minority voters.