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New Poll Has Grim News For The President

A large majority of Americans sympathize with the mass protests sweeping the nation.

Cause Of Death Released For 'Twilight' Actor

Authorities in Las Vegas have released the cause of deaths for an actor from the film 'Twilight' and his girlfriend.

Lea Michele Breaks Silence Over Shocking…

The 'Glee' actress posted a lengthy statement on Instagram in which she apologized.

Eagles' Singer Don Henley Makes Desperate Plea To…

Henley is urging Congress to 'Take It to the Limit' to protect artists.

Faith Leaders React To President's Bible Gesture

Some called the president's trip to St. John's Espiscopal Church a show of strength. Others say it was a photo-op.

Hurricane Season Is Off To An Ominous Start

The hurricane season officially began on June 1—but Tropical Storms Arthur and Bertha apparently failed to get the memo.

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Celebs Take To The Streets For Historic…

From Jamie Foxx and John Cusack to Emily Ratajkowski, many celebrities decided to do more than just tweet about their outrage over the killings of black people at the hands of police.

New Poll Suggests Trouble for President Trump

Big swing toward Biden has Trump campaign worried as America burns during protests.

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It Was a Major COVID Study. Now, Something Fishy?

The US-based company Surgisphere touts that it aggregates and analyzes health records from hospitals around the world—including, apparently, significant amounts of coronavirus-related data. This though it apparently has "a science fiction writer and an adult-content model" on its small roster of employees. So reports the Guardian , which dug into...

Active-duty troops deployed to DC region start to…

 Senior Defense officials tell the Associated Press that U.S. active-duty soldiers brought in to help if needed with the civil unrest in the nation’s capitol are beginning to return to their home base, after two days of more peaceful demonstrations in Washington, D

Fossil Reveals Dinosaur's Last Meal 110 Million…

A nodosaur fossil found in Alberta, Canada was so well preserved, scientists were able to determine what the dinosaur ate for its last meal over 110 million years ago.

5 Ways to Be Antiracist Because Being 'Not Racist…

5 Ways to Be Antiracist Because Being 'Not Racist' Is Not Enough With nationwide protests against police brutality taking place, many people are looking for ways to fight for an antiracist future. Here are five steps to take to establish antiracism in your life based on Ibram X. Kendi's book, 'How to Be an Antiracist.' Stop saying, “I’m not racist” By labeling yourself "not racist," you eliminate any chance of realizing how your own ideas, thoughts or actions could in fact be racist. Identify racial inequities and disparities Learn more about inequities that give advantages to white people or any racial group over people of color. Confront racist ideas you’ve held and still hold Reflect on whether you hold racist ideas and refer to organizations and activists who have outlined antiracist positions. Ensure your antiracism is intersectional Race deals with multiple aspects, including gender, sexuality and ethnicity, so it is crucial to remember intersectionality while being antiracist. Promote antiracist ideas and policies Consider supporting or donating to organizations that fight racist policies.

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Fred Willard's Cause of Death Revealed

Comedic acting great Fred Willard died of cardiac arrest. That's according to his death certificate, obtained by TMZ . It lists the immediate cause of death as cardiac arrest, with myelodysplastic syndrome and coronary artery disease identified as underlying causes. Willard died at 6:45pm on May 15 and has since...

Think Positive: Despite Pandemic, Civil Unrest…

The stock market seemed to pay little to no attention to the civil unrest sweeping the US on Tuesday. According to Markets Insider, US stocks rose as investors turned their attention towards encouraging signs of an economic reopening. Overnight losses in equity futures evaporated by the market's open as traders eyed the prospect of new German stimulus. Energy stocks finished 2.7% higher on Tuesday. Materials and industrial shares also rose more than 1.2%. Major indexes closed at session highs. Oil prices gained as OPEC and its allies are said to favor extending production cuts.

USC Plans To Return To In-Person Classes For Fall…

The University of Southern California's fall semester will begin Aug. 17.

Where is Cristobal headed next?

The third named storm of the Atlantic season is expected to move out over open water after delivering life-threatening flooding to parts of Mexico.

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Trailer for 'Beyond Driven' starring Riyaana Hartley, Carmen Jorda, Tatiana Calderon, Beitske Visser, Hamda Al Qubaisi

Glee Star Loses Endorsement Gig After Bullying…

Mom-to-be Lea Michele is facing up to her "immaturity" on the set of Glee after a former co-star claimed she'd made her experience on the show "a living hell." Samantha Ware, who played Jane Hayward on Glee 's final season in 2015, spoke out after Michele ( Glee 's Rachel...

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This Account Tweeted Trump's Own Words. It Got…

Twitter has been trying to get a handle on President Trump's tweets, fact-checking some and slapping a shield over another for "glorifying violence." But as USA Today notes, the platform won't suspend the president's account, a non-move that's drawn criticism from many who say if they'd tweeted what he has,...