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 2022-01-14 13:21 

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Watch Robot Reject Man Hitting on Her in the Most Hilarious Way: 'She's Got Jokes!'...

The "world's most advanced" humanoid robot was having none of it when a heckler asked her if she had a boyfriend....

 2022-01-14 13:20 

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Biden Mulls Sanctions on Putin, Adding Him to List of Just 7 World Leaders...

"It wouldn't be significant because of any of the results," former OFAC official Peter Kucik told Newsweek. "It would be significant because of the fact that it's fairly unprecedented to sanction a leader of the stature of Putin."...

 2022-01-14 13:19 

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Federal Prosecutors Called Into Fake GOP Electors Probe...

Michigan's Attorney General Dana Nessel told MSNBC about a probe into Republicans falsely claiming Donald Trump won in 2020....

 2022-01-14 13:07 

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Roger Stone's Ties to Oath Keepers Raised As Members Charged With Sedition...

The Donald Trump ally used members of the far-right militia as security on January 6, but he has not been accused of any crime in connection to the Capitol attack....

 2022-01-14 13:00 

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African Christians Face Deadly Violence in 2022 | Opinion...

In recent months, dangers to Africa's Christian believers—and particularly converts from Islam—are swelling exponentially....

 2022-01-14 13:00 

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A Data-Fueled Infrastructure Revolution Is Coming to a City Near You...

Connected car data is transforming the way cities initiate repairs and plan infrastructure improvements....

 2022-01-14 13:00 

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Elon Musk Is Mocking Whistleblowers. Here's Why That's a Good Thing | Opinion...

Whistleblowing isn't going away....

 2022-01-14 12:51 

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How Korean Webtoons Are Taking Over the K-Drama and Streaming Worlds...

Many of the most popular K-dramas on Netflix and other streamers have all been inspired by webtoons, which emerged in South Korea in the early 2000s....

 2022-01-14 12:49 

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When Is the Next Full Moon and What Is the Meaning of Wolf Moon?...

The full Wolf Moon will appear in a matter of days as the first full moon of the year—and yes, its name refers to the behavior of wolves....

 2022-01-14 12:43 

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Internet Rages at Husband Who Turned Wife's Home Gym Into Office...

The husband argued on Reddit that he needed the office for his job, writing: "I'm trying to make us money to provide for the family."...

 2022-01-14 12:35 

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Spitting Cobra Sprays Venom Into Woman's Eyes After She Opens Cupboard Where It Was Hiding...

Snake catcher Nick Evans who removed the cobra from the office where it spat venom at the woman said: "I saw the poor lady, who was in a lot of pain."...

 2022-01-14 12:33 

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Mamoru Hosoda on How He Created 'Belle's' Virtual World 'U'...

Director Mamoru Hosoda spoke to Newsweek about how he came up with the imaginative social media platform-turned VR "U" for his newest anime film "Belle"....

 2022-01-14 12:19 

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How Queen Elizabeth II Axed Andrew and Learned of Government Betrayal in Nightmare Week...

Queen Elizabeth II turned her son into a private citizen on the day reports emerged of a government party during lockdown the night before Prince Philip's funeral....

 2022-01-14 12:14 

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Biden's COVID Mandate Rule: Which Health Workers Are Affected?...

Workers in certain sectors are still required to receive coronavirus vaccinations, amid a rise in rates of the Omicron variant....

 2022-01-14 12:11 

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'Fortnite' Returning to iPhones: When the Battle Royale Will Be Playable on GeForce Now...

The game will be returning to Apple smartphones after being blacklisted from the App Store in 2020. However, it will be in a very different form....

 2022-01-14 12:00 

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How to Resign From a Job Without Burning Bridges...

Resigning from a job is a major step in anyone's professional life, meaning the career decision should be handled with intelligence and tact....

 2022-01-14 12:00 

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The Time for Transparency About COVID-19 Origins is Now | Opinion...

This has been a good week for transparency—and a bad week for Dr. Anthony Fauci....

 2022-01-14 12:00 

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Mom's Confession About How Often She Showers a Week Has Internet Torn: 'Grim'...

The mother said of her confession: "All of my friends looked at me in horror."...

 2022-01-14 11:56 

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Internet In Shock As Man Admits Lying to Wife Over Gummy Bears for 13 Years—'Betrayal'...

"I've never said a word. I've enjoyed eating my little lies," the husband admitted....

 2022-01-14 11:53 

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'Scam' COVID Testing Company Suspends Operations, Apologizes...

Center for COVID Control says it will use the pause for staff training, a refocus on customer service and to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines....

 2022-01-14 11:48 

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Video of Stolen Amazon, UPS Packages Discarded Along Railway Tracks Viewed 1.5M Times...

Photojournalist John Schreiber said thousands of packages had been discarded over the past month....

 2022-01-14 11:44 

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Donald Trump Won't Stop Peddling Election Fraud Claims, Even if It Splits the GOP Entirely...

There is friction among Republicans between those supporting Trump's election fraud claims, and those who believe the former president should move on....

 2022-01-14 11:32 

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Video of Men Accused of Killing, Parading Endangered Leopard Sparks Outrage...

The video captured the men carrying the big cat and labeled it a "talent" for "all the world" to see....

 2022-01-14 11:30 

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Why 'The Dr. Oz Show' is Ending After 12 Years On TV...

Dr. Mehmet Oz has revealed he has loftier ambitions than being just a TV talk show host but "The Dr. Oz Show" is being replaced by a family member....

 2022-01-14 11:30 

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The Best Path Forward for Omicron: Let It Rip | Opinion...

Public policy should actually look like something approximating the opposite of our current approach....

 2022-01-14 11:25 

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Adalia Rose Tributes Pour In After YouTuber With Rare Aging Disorder Dies Aged 15...

Popular YouTuber Adalia Rose Williams had lived with rare aging disorder Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, which she was diagnosed with as a baby....

 2022-01-14 11:22 

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Joe Biden's Job Approval Hits New Low in Rasmussen Poll...

The survey showed only 39 percent of Americans approve of the president's job performance....

 2022-01-14 11:17 

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Pregnant Mom Derricka Patrick Shot, Killed by Gunmen While She Sat in Parked Car...

Derricka Patrick, 29, was shot and killed outside her home in Englewood, Chicago. She is survived by her 9-year-old daughter....

 2022-01-14 11:16 

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Oath Keeper Stewart Rhodes Spent $33K on Guns, Equipment While Plotting Sedition: DOJ...

Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the far-right group, and 10 others face 20-year prison sentences if convicted over seditious conspiracy allegations in connection to January 6....

 2022-01-14 11:02 

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What Is an Amber Alert? How Child Abduction Messages Work...

A total of 1,085 children have been recovered through the Amber Alert system, as of November 24, 2021, according to the U.S. Department of Justice....

 2022-01-14 11:00 

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'Belle' Soundtrack: All the Songs that Feature in Mamoru Hosoda's New Anime Film...

Mamoru Hosoda's new film "Belle" features a stunning soundtrack with songs performed by the lead star for both the English and Japanese versions of the anime....

 2022-01-14 11:00 

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9 Common Foods With Sweeteners and Additives...

Many foods contain a range of additives and sweeteners that can replace sugars or ensure food has a longer shelf life. How do they impact out health?...

 2022-01-14 11:00 

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Non-Citizen Voting Cheapens U.S. Citizenship | Opinion...

By granting non-citizens the right to vote in local elections, New York City's new law cheapens U.S. citizenship....

 2022-01-14 10:57 

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How Long Are You Contagious With COVID? More Than 10 Days for Some, Small Study Suggests...

The University of Exeter study, which could not verify if the people were infectious, comes as the CDC has cut its minimum isolation time to five days....

 2022-01-14 10:52 

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Facebook Sued For Billions Over Harvesting People's Data...

The lawsuit argues Meta should pay its 44 million British users compensation for taking all their personal and private data between 2015 and 2019....

 2022-01-14 10:40 

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Britney Spears Fans Rally Around Star Amid Spat With Jamie Lynn...

Britney Spears hit back at claims by her sister that her behavior had been "out of control" and said Jamie Lynn had "never had to work for anything."...

 2022-01-14 10:25 

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'Love Is Blind' Season 2 Release Date Revealed as Netflix Drops Official Trailer...

Get those booths ready—Several singletons are about to once again put their trust in Netflix for Season 2 of "Love is Blind."...

 2022-01-14 10:11 

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'League of Legends' Developers Consider Removing Chemtech Drake Based on Player Feedback...

Ever since it was introduced back in November, the Chemtech Drake and its associated buffs have been hugely controversial within the "League of Legends" community....

 2022-01-14 10:01 

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Video of Jake Hoffman Dodging Questions Over Fake Trump Electors Viewed 1M Times...

Arizona Representative Jake Hoffman was pressed on the matter by journalists....

 2022-01-14 10:00 

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Joe Biden, Elected to Tame the Virus, Sees His COVID Death Toll Surpass Donald Trump's...

Biden overpromising and underdelivering on COVID-19 could come back to hurt Democrats in the midterms....

 2022-01-14 09:56 

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Watch Rescue Bear Cubs Play with Snowman after Being Used as Selfie Objects...

The bears have settled well into their new home after being forced to pose for selfies with tourists in the past....

 2022-01-14 09:47 

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Dogecoin Price: How To Buy DOGE and What Is the Cryptocurrency?...

The price of the cryptocurrency rose after Tesla, the electric car company, began accepting Dogecoin payments on Friday....

 2022-01-14 09:41 

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'My Life Changed at 41, After a Lifetime of Anxiety'...

I was on a family vacation in 2016 when I hit rock bottom. Everyone was happy, except me...

 2022-01-14 09:33 

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'Senseless' Killing of Young Oregon Wolf Prompts $16,500 Reward for Information...

Conservationist Adam Bronstein described the latest in a series of wolf killings in Oregon as "heinous."...

 2022-01-14 09:30 

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Moleskine Erases Taiwan From Diaries After Listing It As Province of China...

Between 2020 and 2021, Taiwan was listed as a province of China, but in 2022 diaries, references to the island disappeared altogether....

 2022-01-14 09:28 

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Dogecoin Price Goes Up as Elon Musk Says Tesla Merch Buyable With Token...

The dog-themed meme token rose on Friday morning shortly after the Tesla and SpaceX CEO confirmed the move which he had teased in December....

 2022-01-14 09:27 

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Everything Priyanka Chopra Has Said About Dropping Jonas From Instagram and Divorce Rumors...

Fans were worried for Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas when she dropped his name from her Instagram in November, but now she's set the record straight....

 2022-01-14 09:25 

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Labrador's Hilarious Reaction After Wedging Himself in Tiny Dog's Bed Goes Viral...

The video of the oversized dog squeezing himself into the bed while an unhappy small dog watches on has been viewed 4.7 million times....

 2022-01-14 09:14 

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Why Has Novak Djokovic's Visa Been Canceled and What Happens Now?...

World number 1 Djokovic has had his visa canceled only days before the start of the Australian Open tennis tournament....

 2022-01-14 09:08 

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How To Watch 'Ray Donovan: The Movie' Online...

After "Ray Donovan" was canceled in February 2020, fans of the crime drama will be overjoyed to hear "Ray Donovan: The Movie" is finally here....

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