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Anchor Who Ditched Fox News Joins Rival Network

One of the most hated men on Fox News has finally decided where he will be working next.

Be Prepared To Wear A Face Mask If You Shop At…

Here’s a look at almost a dozen retailers that have opted to implemented face mask requirements during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Woman Goes On A Run, Finds Decomposing Human Head

A woman's morning run turned horrifying when she stumbled upon a decomposing human head.

Country 'Literally Gained Nothing' With COVID…

Much has been made about one country's rejection of a lockdown and the high death rate that ensued....

President Called COVID-19 A Hoax. Now He's Tested…

The shocking news comes after months of downplaying the virus' severity.

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6 Years After 43 Students Disappeared, Big News

On Sept. 26, 2014, 43 undergraduate students disappeared, apparently abducted by local police.

NFL Star Sorry For Anti-Semitic 'Hitler Quote'

The longtime NFL star has apologized for sharing a deeply anti-Semitic quote that he thought was from Adolf Hitler.

Lady A Sues Lady A

It seemed like things were going to work out between Lady A (the country group previously known as Lady Antebellum) and Lady A (Anita White, the Seattle-based Black blues and soul singer who has been using the name for more than 20 years)—but alas, apparently not. The country group...

Burkina Faso's volunteer fighters are no match…

In an effort to combat rising jihadist violence, Burkina Faso’s military has recruited volunteers to help it fight militants

The upside-down pool inside an ocean

While exploring hydrothermal vent and cold seep environments as part of a Schmidt Ocean Institute expedition, Dr. Mandy Joye and her interdisciplinary research team were witness to amazing geological, chemical and biological discoveries. Among them was an upside-down pool.

5 Ways to Manage Conflicts Caused by Social…

5 Ways to Manage Conflicts Caused by Social Distancing As the United States continues to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a variety of opinions have formed over what is and isn’t safe. Different stances have caused issues between families, friends and even communities. Here are five ways to help manage conflicts that may arise over how to handle social distancing and safety precautions. 1. If you’re not seeing eye-to-eye with someone over their choices, take a moment and empathize with them. Even if your perspectives don’t align, it’s important to take their feelings into consideration and remain level-headed. 2. Communicate clearly. If you make your expectations for an outing known from the beginning, it will help you avoid conflict later on. 3. Although it may be easy to justify going to a group gathering because you’re already making trips for essentials, remember to stick to your values. 4. With tensions running high, it’s easy to take canceled plans and snide comments more personally than you usually would. Take a deep breathe and remember that different people are comfortable with different things; it’s not about you. 5. If you find yourself being pressured to participate in social activities, try to think outside the box and find a safer alternative.

Here Are the Horrifying Details From New George…

New bodycam transcripts were released in the death of George Floyd Wednesday, and they're difficult to read. They were made public as part of former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane's request to have the charges against him in the case, aiding and abetting murder and aiding and abetting manslaughter, dropped....

Trump's Plague Rally 'More Than Likely' Boosted…

That Donald Trump rally inside Tulsa’s BOK Center on June 20th has resulted in what many feared. The president and his re-election campaign ignored the risks of COVID-19 to hold their rally. The team was repeatedly warned about a potential coronavirus spike for the city, says Gimodo. Tulsa City-County Health Department says the county has seen almost 500 new cases of the virus. That is only in the past two days... 261 on Monday and 206 on Tuesday... This falls a little over two weeks after Trump’s Juneteenth weekend rally in the city.

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U.S. Surpasses 3 Million Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Health officials have attributed the surge in cases to people not taking precautions like wearing masks and practicing social distancing.

Ambulances working hard during the heat wave

Numerous cases of heat exhaustion were called in to 911 at Fort Worth, Texas, on July 8, as the city endured a powerful heat wave.

Halloween Kills (Teaser Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Halloween Kills' starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney, Nick Castle

Ivy League Drops the Hammer on All Sports

The Ivy League has scrapped all its sports until at least January—a move that throws Division I college football into question with preseason games only weeks away, CBS Sports reports. Ivy League presidents said Wednesday that due to "the continued spread of the virus," they couldn't create an intercollegiate...

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Here's the Story Behind Mary Trump's Book

In line for a copy of Mary Trump's tell-all memoir ? You'll want to see a New York Times article about the family squabbles and drag-out financial rows that inspired President Trump's niece to write it. Seems the president's father, Fred Trump Sr., hated Mary's mother and blamed her for...

S Korea asks senior US envoy to try to revive N…

South Korea has asked a visiting senior U.S. envoy to make efforts to revive stalled nuclear diplomacy with North Korea

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Wombat Elsie was found in dead mother's pouch

A baby wombat named Elsie has made incredible strides since she was discovered in her dead mother’s pouch about three months ago.

Kanye West Says He No Longer Supports Trump

Kanye West Says He No Longer Supports Trump The rapper opened up in a wide-ranging interview with 'Forbes.' Kanye West, via 'Forbes' West, who recently declared he is running for president in 2020, adds that his candidacy is not a stunt. He explained that his White House organizational model is based on the fictitious country of Wakanda from the movie 'Black Panther.' West also revealed that he had the coronavirus in February. Kanye West, via 'Forbes' West also said he is not interested in getting a COVID-19 vaccine when one is made available. Kanye West, via 'Forbes' Kanye West, via 'Forbes'