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Russia War Losses at 91,000 Dead Soldiers Among Carnage: Defense Ministry
Russia could eclipse 100,000 casualties before Christmas.
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Winter War in Ukraine 'Will Obviously Be Difficult': Zelensky
"[Russia] really hopes to use winter against us: to make winter cold and hardship part of his terror," Zelensky said.
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'Yellowstone' Season 5 Episode 5 Recap: Beth and Summer Fight It Out
Governor John Dutton returns to experience ranch life in Season 5, Episode 5 of "Yellowstone," titled "Watch 'Em Ride Away."
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Heisman Trophy Race 2022 is Ultimate Head Scratcher as Voting Ends
Here are possible candidates. Voting ends Monday, and finalists will be named later in the evening.
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GOP Senator Slammed Over Military COVID Vaccine Remarks: 'Incredibly Dumb'
Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said Sunday that she and other Republicans will work to prevent service members from being fired over vaccine statuses.
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Trump Just Had 'Worst Legal Week' He's Ever Seen: Former U.S. Attorney
Trump suffered legal woes in three major investigations last week—just weeks after he announced his 2024 presidential run.
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Milo Yiannopoulos Parting Ways With Ye's 2024 Campaign Amid Controversies
"Ye is a genius whom I have come to love and respect," the far-right commentator wrote in a Telegram post on Sunday.
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Hunter Biden's Laptop Controversy Not About His 'Privates': Lee Zeldin
The "Twitter files" were posted by journalist Matt Taibbi, revealing details about the social media site's decision to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story.
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Republicans Reject Trump's Call to 'Terminate' Constitution
A growing number of prominent conservative politicians have decried the former president's controversial post when pressed in interviews or of their own accord.
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Videos Show Semeru Volcano Erupt, Spewing Hot Ash as Thousands Flee
Authorities evacuated nearly 2,000 people on Sunday after the eruption spewed ash into the air.
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Alabama Mocked for Not Making College Football Playoff: 'Roll Tears Roll'
Fans of Alabama's rival teams tweeted "roll tears roll," a play on the team's "roll tide" rallying cry on Sunday.
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Israel's Netanyahu Rips Trump's 'Unacceptable' Dinner With Ye, Nick Fuentes
Netanyahu said the former president was "wrong" for dining with Fuentes and West, the latter who doubled down on his antisemitic remarks this week.
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Pence Aide: Trump's Anti-Constitution Views 'Consistent' Since Jan. 6 Riot
"I feel like we've seen this...digression continue ever since January 6," Marc Short said during a Sunday appearance on "Meet the Press."
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Matt Taibbi Dismisses Criticism of Twitter Files After Journalists Pile On
The journalist posted screenshots of emails related to Twitter's decision to censor a story by the New York Post in 2020 about Hunter Biden's laptop.
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Netflix Christmas Movies 2022: 25 Festive Films to Enjoy This Season
From "The Noel Diary" to "Falling For Christmas," there are plenty of festive films for you to enjoy this Christmas
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Russian State TV Pundit Says Either 'We Win or There Will Be WWIII'
Margarita Simonyan, head of RT, did not rule out weapons being dropped on Washington D.C. or London.
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Former Biden Aide Says Trump's 'Evil Charisma' May Help Him With 2024 Win
Jen Psaki warned on Sunday not to underestimate the former president as he may win the Republican Party's nomination over Ron DeSantis and Mike Pence.
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CNN Host Confronts 'Pro-Union' Democrats Over Blocking Rail Strike
"It doesn't seem Democrats were truly standing up with all of their force against these billion dollar rail companies," Jake Tapper said on Sunday.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Vows to Battle Against Anti-Trump Colleagues
Greene addressed Republicans who do not support the MAGA agenda, saying she will be "lighting them on fire."
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Herschel Walker's Chances of Beating Warnock With Under 48 Hours to Runoff
After neither Walker nor Senator Raphael Warnock reached 50 percent during the midterms, the two candidates are set to face off in a critical runoff on Tuesday.
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Trump Call to Terminate Constitution Is 'Disqualifying': Harvard Professor
The former president on Friday said the Constitution can and should be suspended in order to relitigate the 2020 election and put him back in the White House.
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Mystery As Nearly 2,000 Endangered Seals Wash Up Dead On Russian Coast
Officials said there were no signs of violent death and no remains of fishing nets found.
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Former RNC Chair Predicts Bleak Outlook for GOP Civil War With Trump
Michael Steele criticized the GOP, saying that the current leadership is "feckless and committed with [former President Donald] Trump and with Trump himself."
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Polite Dog Learns To Wipe Her Mouth After Drinking in Hilarious Video
"This horse is so well-mannered," one user wrote.
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Iran Protests Timeline: How Death of Mahsa Amini Caused Shockwaves
Hundreds of people have been killed in Iran during demonstrations that have lasted for months.
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Watch as Clever Ginger Cat Figures out How to Use Doorbell to Get Inside
Izzy the cat has worked out that if he positions himself in front of the doorbell camera and lets out a few meows his owner lets him in.
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Idaho Murders Update: Roommates Break Silence, Victim's Mom Shares Theory
Police have not yet named a suspect or made any arrests after four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in an off-campus rental house last month.
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This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Die
The body goes through five stages of decomposition—fresh, bloat, active, advanced, and dry decay.
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