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Emmanuel Macron’s defense of ‘offensive’ cartoons sparks outrage among Muslims
Emmanuel Macron’s defense of Prophet Muhammad cartoons has sparked intense global outrage — with Muslims likening the French president to the devil and burning his photo in the streets. About 10,000 Muslims rallied in Bangladesh capital of Dhaka on Tuesday, holding signs reading “#Boycott boycott! #France” and a poster of Macron with shoes tied around...
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Streamin’ King: ‘The Shawshank Redemption,’ The Most Beloved Of All Stephen King Movies
26 years after the film's initial release, it is still incredibly satisfying and attention-holding.
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Harley-Davidson shares soar more than 25 percent after strong quarter
Harley-Davidson beat profit expectations on Tuesday as shipments improved from pandemic lows and it reined in costs as part of Chief Executive Officer Jochen Zeitz’s restructuring plan, sending its shares soaring 26 percent in morning trading. Declines in shipments improved to 6 percent, or 43,000 motorcycles, from a year earlier and compared with a 59...
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Boxing champ Ryan Garcia busted by girlfriend after video with TikTok star goes viral
Ryan Garcia is a star in the ring and often lights up social media. Boasting a 20-0 record with 17 knockouts, Garcia’s lightning fast hands regularly leave fans in awe as he continues to climb his way up the lightweight rankings. Unfortunately he’s found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons thanks to...
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Pfizer will be able to provide 40M COVID-19 vaccine doses by end of year
Pfizer, the pharmaceutical giant behind one of the coronavirus vaccine efforts, will be able to provide an initial 40 million doses of their vaccine in the US by the end of this year, its CEO said Tuesday. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla revealed the news while speaking to shareholders during a Q3 earnings call, saying that...
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Cardi B slams racist reactions to her Birkin bag collection
"Y'all don't do this to these white celebrities."
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Tiki Barber shreds Cowboys for doing nothing after headshot on Andy Dalton
Tiki Barber is calling the Cowboys out, ripping them for not coming to the aid of quarterback Andy Dalton after Washington linebacker Jon Bostic’s cheap shot on the veteran in Sunday’s rout of Dallas. Bostic was ejected for leading with his helmet and hitting Dalton in the head. Dalton was knocked out and needed help...
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Jeffrey Epstein reportedly offered beautiful women ‘a date with Prince Andrew’
Jeffrey Epstein used to approach random beautiful women and try to get them to “date” his powerful friends — including Prince Andrew, according to a report. An unidentified woman listed in Epstein’s notorious black book told Mother Jones magazine that the pedophile made the direct approach when she was at an art fair in Palm...
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Moose ‘running on water’ is a miraculous sight
Can a moose run on water? That’s the question after a video of a cow moose “running” on the surface of a river went viral. See the jaw-dropping moment, originally posted by TikTok user Kristy Paniptchuk in Alaska.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
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‘Borat 2’ Enjoys Very Nice Opening Weekend with Estimated 1.6 Million Household Viewers
Wa wa wee wa!
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Who is Crystal Kung Minkoff? Meet the newest ‘RHOBH’ cast member
Here's what we know about her so far.
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California cop chases, shoots armed suspect inside Walgreens: video
A California police officer chased an armed suspect through a Walgreens — repeatedly telling the man to drop his gun — before shooting him, dramatic bodycam video shows. The footage, released Monday, shows an officer approaching Daniel Ahlschlager, 30, of New York, inside a Modesto Walgreens on Oct. 21. Police Chief Galen Carroll said in...
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Lakers, Dodgers title runs becoming a COVID-19 mess for Los Angeles
The success of the Los Angeles Lakers and Dodgers are bringing fans together in the LA area and that may be helping drive an uptick in coronavirus cases, Los Angeles County’s top health official said Monday, The Lakers won the NBA championship two weeks ago and the Dodgers are one game away from winning the...
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Tropical Storm Zeta expected to gain strength on way toward US coast
After slamming into Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula as a hurricane, Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to regain strength over the Gulf of Mexico on a path that could lead it to storm-weary Louisiana, where it could hit New Orleans late Wednesday. Zeta’s top winds reached 70 mph early Tuesday and it was centered about 540 miles...
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‘Blood of Zeus’ on Netflix: Your Guide to the Cast and More
There's a reason why this Greek mythology remix looks so familiar.
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Justice Department can’t defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit: judge
The Justice Department cannot defend President Trump in the defamation case brought by rape accuser E. Jean Carroll, a judge ruled Tuesday. The DOJ made the unusual request last month to take over Trump’s defense in the civil suit — even seeking to replace Trump as the defendant — arguing that the president was acting...
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Marc Anthony is not dating ‘Basketball Wives’ star Evelyn Lozada
The rumors are false.
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Goldman Sachs covered up sexual misconduct of top lawyer: lawsuit
Goldman Sachs staged a sham investigation to cover up a top lawyer’s steamy office affair — and then pushed out an attorney who tried to blow the whistle, an explosive lawsuit claims. Former vice president Marla Crawford alleged in a Monday lawsuit that the Wall Street powerhouse punished her for speaking out against its global...
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Florida man wins $1M on lottery ticket he believed to be worth $1K
A Florida lotto winner was shocked to learn he’d be taking home $1 million after initially thinking the prize was $1,000, officials said. Lee Wingfield, 63, bought the winning scratch-off ticket for $20 from a Publix Super Market location in Tallahassee, the Florida Lottery said Friday. “I originally thought I won $1,000, so I put...
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Las Vegas Sands reportedly eyeing $6 billion sale of Vegas casinos
Las Vegas Sands is reportedly looking to sell its casinos in its namesake city as the US gambling market struggles to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic. The massive casino developer — helmed by octogenarian billionaire Sheldon Adelson — has tapped an adviser to help it explore the sale of the Venetian Resort, the Palazzo...
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson suffers face injury after workout
"We ain't playing tiddlywinks and we ain't reciting nursery rhymes."
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Pregnant Emily Ratajkowski and Gigi Hadid love this comfortable $17 bra
The chic sports bra has found its way into both models' maternity wardrobes.
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Sen. Cantell says FTC needs more power to take on Big Tech’s news dominance
The Federal Trade Commission needs more weapons in its battle to defend news organizations against Big Tech. That’s the message from US Senator Maria Cantell (D-Wash.), who said new powers are the only thing that will help the FTC protect the struggling local news industry from being crushed by Silicon Valley juggernauts. Cantwell, the top...
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How a former MLB umpire is trying to help those enduring pain he knows too well
ARLINGTON, Texas — Free of context, Sept. 19, 2011 at Yankee Stadium served as just another day at the office for John Hirschbeck: See the same people, do the same job, go home. “You knew you were going to see strikes,” Hirschbeck said last week, when asked what it was like to umpire home plate...
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New nightly pill to end snoring being tested in United States
What if a single pill could help your whole household sleep better?
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UK man on trial for allegedly raping two drunk women in hotel
A man in the UK is on trial for allegedly following two drunk women into their hotel room and raping them during a threesome he claims was consensual. Prosecutors said Callum Kenny, 24, of Cornwall attacked the pair in Bristol in late 2018 — including having “rough sex” with one of them when the other...
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Queens deli employee dies after he was allegedly shot by homeless gunman
Queens deli employee Mohmediyan Tarwala died after he was shot by a homeless man — who was ultimately held down and arrested, authorities said.
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Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Memories of Murder’ Is Finally Back on VOD
Calling all Parasite fans.
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CNN, MSNBC reportedly did not air coverage of Barrett’s confirmation vote
CNN and MSNBC did not air Monday night’s Senate confirmation vote for Amy Coney Barrett, a historic moment making her only the fifth woman to sit on the Supreme Court, according to a report. The two cable channels did not cover the 52-48 vote in the Senate, but CNN aired the swearing-in ceremony later at...
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Kanye West reacts to Jennifer Aniston saying not to vote for him
Aniston recently said, "It’s not funny to vote for Kanye."
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