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  1. When Will ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Episode 2 Premiere? After that Nini reveal we need more episodes, stat.
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  2. Retailers stuck in the middle of CDC’s ‘confusing’ new mask policy Retailers are finding themselves caught in the middle of the CDC’s new guidance allowing vaccinated people to ditch their masks in public places -- both indoors and outdoors except in certain circumstances.
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  3. Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’ on HBO Max, a Thriller in Which Angelina Jolie Smokejumps Into a Ridiculous Plot Filmmaker Taylor Sheridan loads the film with Taylor Sheridanisms -- but it's not his best work.
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  4. ‘American Idol’ Finalist Douglas Kiker Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges The American Idol underdog, who once made Katy Perry cry with a Rascal Flatts cover, was arrested for domestic violence.
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  5. Car bursts into flames when smoking driver uses hand sanitizer "Using hand sanitizer and smoking a cigarette is a bad combo in unventilated areas like a car," a local fire and rescue official said.
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  6. Lakers legend Jerry West not happy after Jeanie Buss’ snub West — whose silhouette is the official NBA logo — spent his entire 14-year playing career with the Lakers and led the team to a title in 1972.
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  7. The 10 best streaming TV shows to tune into for music Whether it's classic Donna Summer tracks on “Pose,” ’80s gems from the Police and Cyndi Lauper on “Stranger Things,” or “Bridgerton” putting a classical spin on Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish, music plays a key role in setting the scenes on our favorite TV shows.
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  8. Lamar Odom a deadbeat dad who won’t pay child support, lawsuit says Landlords are trying to evict Lamar Odom’s children and their mother from their NYC apartment because he refuses to pay child support, a lawsuit says.
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  9. Judge goes off on alleged horse doping cheats who asked for recusal Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil scoffed at the request for her to recuse herself from the largest horse-doping prosecution in the United States.
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  10. SpaceX targeting first orbital flight, planned landing in Hawaii SpaceX has launched the rocket from its base in South Texas multiple times over the past year, even successfully landing it, but it’s not yet sent the Starship prototype into space.
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  11. Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Clash Over Vaccine Guidelines on ‘The View’: “It Violates My Civil Rights” The co-hosts sparred over the ethics of having to show proof of vaccination during a fiery debate this morning.
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  12. Top scientists slam WHO, insist COVID lab leak theory is ‘viable’ Eighteen prominent scientists, including a Harvard epidemiologist and a Stanford microbiologist, are calling for a "transparent" and "data-driven" probe into the origins of COVID-19.
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  14. Congress moves closer to forming 9/11-style Capitol riot commission The deal would create a 10-person body, with five commissioners, including the chairperson, picked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).
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  15. Tiffany Moon exits ‘Real Housewives of Dallas’ after one season Tiffany Moon is officially a one-season "Housewife."
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  16. Disney CEO: CDC mask rule will spur ‘immediate’ jump in theme park attendance Disney Chief Executive Bob Chapek said the surprise decision by the CDC to lift its mask requirements is “very big news” for its Disney World theme park — and he expects attendance to spike.
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  17. Why New Yorkers are fleeing to exclusive Kiawah Island this summer Insiders told The Post that over the last year a bevy of New Yorkers have bought up numerous shares, leaving the resort nearly sold out with “very limited inventory remaining."
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  20. Sarah Silverman bares her behind on Instagram and more star snaps Sarah Silverman bares her bum, Ryan Seacrest gets buff fast and more...
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  21. Robert De Niro injures leg while on location for ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ The actor reportedly boarded a flight home to New York City late Thursday and plans to see a doctor Friday.
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  22. Silver Sands Motel owner fights ‘Hamptons style’ resort makeover Terry Keefe's grandparents opened the quaint motel in 1957 — but a developer now plans to remodel the 36-room property and it’s tearing his family apart.
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  23. Jill Biden’s Valentino bag has hand-painted portraits of her dogs Those looking to get their paws on the designer style — adorned with a custom pet portrait by artist Riccardo Cusimano — can order it for $2,200.
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  24. DoorDash shares surge 15 percent on surprisingly strong sales Doordash shares surged more than 15 percent after the food-delivery giant reported better-than-expected quarterly results, signaling that customers are still ordering in instead of going to restaurants.
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  25. Mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia makes puzzling NYC food poisoning claim Democratic mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia made a head-scratching claim that food poisoning from dining out or takeout isn't much of an issue in New York City.
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  26. For deep-diving elephant seals, it takes lots of work to stay fat Scientists have conducted the most thorough study to date of the unique feeding behavior of northern elephant seals.
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  27. Kim and Khloé Kardashian meet fan behind North West parody account Thursday's episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" revealed the identity of the woman behind the viral Instagram account Nori's Black Book.
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  28. Orlando Bloom’s poncho mocked by Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry and more The actor's "ponch-bro" style statement sparked reactions from a slew of stars — and many confused fans.
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  29. Toshiba business unit says it was hacked by DarkSide criminal group Toshiba Tec said its European subsidiaries were hit by the cyberattack. 
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  30. Steven Mnuchin finally nabs buyer for $25M ‘world’s richest building’ pad Former US Treasury Secretary's apartment at the tony 740 Park Ave. has finally found a buyer, thanks to a hefty COVID discount. The 12-room duplex notably features five bedrooms and its own elevator landing.
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