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Online harassment of Rachel Lindsay condemned by 'Bachelor' franchise producers
The executive producers of the "Bachelor" franchise have Rachel Lindsay's back.
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Elise Stefanik Hints at New York Governor Run Amid Andrew Cuomo Saga
The Republican New York representative has said she thinks Andrew Cuomo should resign amid scandals he is at the center of.
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See this volcano in Indonesia erupt
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia erupted on March 2, launching a cloud of ash and dust several kilometers into the sky. No one was injured in the eruption but authorities have warned people to stay away from the crater.
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Attorney for Britney Spears' father speaks with CNN
CNN's Chloe Melas speaks with Jamie Spears' attorney Vivian Thoreen about his ongoing legal issues with daughter Britney Spears.
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God of Chaos Asteroid to Pass Earth This Week Before 2029's Close Approach
Apophis is deemed potentially hazardous because of its size and occasional proximity to our planet.
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Florida's Ron DeSantis Enjoys Approval Rating Bounce, Leads Potential 2022 Rivals: Poll
The Republican had pushed for reopening the state's economy and criticized lockdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Black celebrities show support for LGBTQ community in Ghana after raid on center
Black celebrities are urging Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo to work with LGBTQ community leaders after security forces raided and shut down an LGBTQ center in the West African country's capital last week.
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'No social media accounts for terrorists': House GOP pushes to block sanctioned foreign leaders from platforms
EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans are proposing legislation that would expand U.S. sanctions law to prohibit social media companies from allowing foreign individuals or entities sanctioned for terrorism to use their platforms. 
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Cuomo 'failed' to hold himself to high standard if allegations true, NY assembly's Dem leader says
New York State Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes on Tuesday said that if allegations of inappropriate behavior against Gov. Andrew Cuomo are true, he "failed" to hold himself to a high standard.
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Florida pediatrician is a 'danger' to community, must remain in jail until trial, judge says
A South Florida pediatrician who was recently charged in federal court with possessing child pornography is a "danger" to the community and must await his trial behind bars, a judge ruled Monday.
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Israeli man accused of raping girl, 13, in government-run quarantine hotel
A 21-year-old Israeli man allegedly raped and beat a 13-year-old girl while they were housed in a quarantine hotel operated by the state’s welfare system, according to reports. “This is a despicable act,” the girl’s mother said during a virtual hearing Tuesday for the suspect, Yarin Sherf, The Times of Israel reported. “With my legs...
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Peet's Coffee vs. Death Wish Coffee vs. Stumptown: 5 of the Most Popular Coffees, Taste Tested
How do the most popular coffees compare? Learn as I put Peet's Coffee vs. Deathwish Coffee vs. Stumptown and two additional contenders to the taste test.
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Mavericks' Rick Carlisle calls Hawks' firing of Lloyd Pierce 'insane', questions timing of decision
Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle called the firing of Lloyd Pierce “insane” and even questioned the timing of the Atlanta Hawks decision in a lengthy statement released on Monday night. 
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‘Rolling the inning,’ explained: MLB teams taking advantage of new spring training rule
At the start of spring training this year, innings can end after a pitcher has thrown 20 pitches but before he's recorded three outs.
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No Repeal of the $170 Billion Tax Break for Billionaires and No Change in Minimum Wage: Why Democrats Can’t Keep Their Promises in the Relief Bill
The Democratic party’s unified control of Washington has put them within striking distance of fulfilling a key campaign promise: a coronavirus relief package that will send $1,400 checks to lower and middle-income Americans, extend federal unemployment insurance through the fall, and allot nearly $130 billion to re-open K-12 schools. But it’s also notable what won’t…
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Cancel Culture Viewed as Threat to Freedom by 64 Percent of Americans
Among political party affiliations, the poll found Republicans being more likely to consider cancel culture a threat to freedom than Democrats. According to the poll, 80 percent of Republicans said it was a threat, while 48 percent of Democrats agreed.
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John Mayer ‘berated’ by Taylor Swift fans after joining TikTok
"You're not safe here John," a top comment on TikTok read.
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5-year-old injured in Britt Reid crash 'likely has permanent brain damage,' family attorney says
Ariel Young, injured in the crash involving former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid, will likely have permanent brain damage, a family attorney said.       
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‘American Pie’ singer Don McLean, 75, gets candid on dating Paris Dylan, 27: ‘I’m crazy for her’
Don McLean's last marriage ended in 2016 amid domestic violence accusations
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Killer Performance
A young woman is murdered, police thought her killer was on the run ... or was he? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.
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Kevin Hart invests in sports energy biz Nutrabolt
Comedian Kevin Hart took an equity stake in sports supplement maker Nutrabolt and will become its brand ambassador, the company said on Tuesday. The 19 year-old company, based in Austin, Tx. makes pre-workout products and energy drinks that Hart says he was using before the investment. “This isn’t a promo opportunity,” Hart told CNBC. “This...
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Osama bin Laden’s son is an avid painter of Americana
"I like old Western films," he said. "I respect cowboys. I love cowboy dignity."
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Biden talks unions ahead of Amazon vote in Alabama
President Joe Biden released a video over the weekend discussing his support for the right of workers to unionize, ahead of a vote by workers at an Amazon facility in Alabama on unionizing. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joins "CBSN AM" to talk about the significance of the message.
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FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies on Capitol assault and domestic terrorism
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified Tuesday at a Senate hearing on the ongoing investigation into the assault on the U.S. Capitol. "January 6th was not an isolated event," he said. "The problem of domestic terrorism has been metastasizing across the country for a long time now and it's not going away any time soon." Watch his opening statement.
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Progressives Push for Monthly Stimulus Checks as Joe Manchin Aims to Limit $1,400 Payments
"Not only do these payments help keep families out of poverty, but they act as economic stimulus," Democratic senators wrote in an open letter to President Joe Biden on Tuesday.
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PFL 2021, Week 2: Rory MacDonald set for debut as welterweight, light heavyweight seasons begin
Former Bellator welterweight champion Rory MacDonald will make his PFL debut against 2019 season runner-up David Michaud on April 29.      Related StoriesIsrael Adesanya won't leave middleweights hanging if he wins second belt at UFC 259Matt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima set for UFC's June 19 eventMatt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima set for UFC's June 19 event - Enclosure 
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Apple TV+’s ‘For All Mankind’ is the Most Nuanced Take on Gender Roles I’ve Ever Seen
You know what's harder than landing on the moon? Being the picture perfect woman.
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Yale student Kevin Jiang's murder: US Marshals launch 'nationwide manhunt' for suspect Qinxuan Pan
The U.S. Marshals Service announced Monday evening that it’s expanding its manhunt nationwide for MIT researcher Qinxuan Pan, a suspect wanted in the murder of Yale University graduate student Kevin Jiang, after efforts to locate him with relatives in Georgia for weeks have failed.
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'New Amsterdam' Season 3: Will Jocko Sims Return as Dr. Reynolds?
"New Amsterdam" returns for Season 3 in March—and after last season saw Dr. Reynolds leave for San Francisco, fans have been left wondering whether Jocko Sims will be back in the NBC medical drama.
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Lost in the Brine
Illustrations by Dingding Hu While the fermented foods industry evangelizes products rooted in global, often East Asian, traditions, its most visible faces are predominantly white https://www.eater.com/2021/3/1/22214044/fermented-foods-industry-whiteness-kimchi-miso-kombucha
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