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There have been times where it's felt the Cleveland Cavaliers were a one-man show featuring LeBron James and a bunch of dudes who learned how to play basketball earlier this week... [Read More]
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Rachel Maddow reports on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein making clear in a new speech that he will not entertain requests for information about the Trump Russian investigation from members of Congress whose motivation is to help Donald Trump undermine the investigation. [Read More]
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Lava erupting from Hawaii's powerful Kilauea volcano has now destroyed at least 26 homes, more than double the previous figure, officials announced Sunday as scientists reported lava spewing more than 200 feet into the air. [Read More]
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MINNEAPOLIS—In an effort to pay tribute to the influential pop star's legacy, the U.S. Postal Service unveiled a new line of commemorative Prince-inspired postal workers Friday. "Our latest series of limited-edition postal workers highlights all of Prince's legendary career, from his smoldering white-ruffled blouse and purple jumpsuit look in the mid-'80s to the more subdued tri-spectacled sunglasses, gold sleeveless silk kimono, and white turtleneck from Art Official Age," said Postmaster General Megan Brennan, noting that the newly released set of two dozen USPS workers would feature tributes to Prince's life such as flowing black curls, metallic silver canes, and... [Read More]
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NEW YORK—Welcoming viewers back to an exclusive interview featuring the President's new attorney, Special Counsel Robert Mueller posed as a Fox News host Thursday to coax Rudy Giuliani into giving him a testimony on Trump. "Rudy, it's always a pleasure to have you on 'Mueller Tonight'—now, I wanted to really dig in and ask you about the President's state of mind on April 11, 2017," said Mueller, who leaned over his desk as Giuliani eagerly answered a series of follow-up questions concerning Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, and the Seychelles islands, stressing that the millions tuning in to watch the... [Read More]
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CARTERET, NJ—Saying the longtime warehouse associate blatantly disregarded company protocol regarding permitted inhalation, Amazon spokespeople confirmed the firing of one Thomas Gilman for taking an unauthorized breath during an overnight shift Friday. "We run a tight ship at this [Amazon] fulfillment center, and we expect a certain level of discipline and decorum from our employees," said warehouse manager John Sabourne, who encourages his staff to report their fellow coworkers for exceeding their allotted 300 breaths per hour while on-shift. "You can't just take a breath whenever you want to—we pay to condition the air here, for one thing, and... [Read More]
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CINCINNATI—Admitting they were unable to confirm their product had not been contaminated, supermarket chain Kroger recalled 35,000 pounds of ground beef Thursday that may contain traces of its chief executive officer. "As some consumers have noticed particles of our chief executive officer Rodney McMullen in the meat, we have decided to pull 17.5 tons of potentially tainted ground beef from store shelves," said spokesperson Emelia Kozal, explaining that the ground meat was likely contaminated sometime after the CEO went missing during a visit to a processing plant in North Carolina last week. "Anyone who comes across any pieces of... [Read More]
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NEW YORK—Responding to the Boy Scouts' decision to open up their organization to all genders, the Girl Scouts of America officially announced Thursday that they'll never ever let any gross-ass fucking boys in. "The Girls Scouts remain dedicated to raising the next generation of America's women leaders, and as such, there is no way in hell we'd ever consider letting a bunch of dirty, stinky boys into our association," said CEO Sylvia Acevedo, explaining that they're firmly committed to restricting the admission of rude, loud young men who smell like shit and will mess everything up by getting in... [Read More]
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CHICAGO—As part of an effort to boost attendance by offering a more up-close-and-personal experience, the Chicago White Sox announced a new promotion Thursday that puts the first nine fans arriving at the ballpark in the starting lineup. "Starting next week, we will bring down several lucky fans for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet their favorite players on the field and then take their place in the starting lineup for a full nine innings," said team Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, adding that each of the fans will receive a complimentary hat, pair of cleats, and scouting reports before representing the White... [Read More]
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HOUSTON—Touting the garment as a stylish alternative for the gentleman on the go, Men's Wearhouse announced Thursday it would be adding a new line of clip-on trousers for guys who never learned to put on pants. "These attractive, high-quality trousers clip easily to your shirt for a convenient, no-fuss pants-wearing experience," said Tailored Brands CEO Douglas Ewart, telling reporters that the slacks would be available in slim, long-rise, and classic fits and include a variety of colors and patterns for any possible occasion. "In the '50s, societal norms required men to wear pants to work, to church, even to... [Read More]
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One of President Donald Trump's attorneys in the Russia probe, Rudy Giuliani, left open the possibility that Michael Cohen might have doled out payments like the one he made to adult film star Stormy Daniels to other women. [Read More]
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Lava erupting from Hawaii's powerful Kilauea volcano has now destroyed at least 21 homes, more than double the previous figure, officials announced Sunday as scientists reported lava spewing more than 200 feet into the air. [Read More]
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Every iPhone comes with a slew of Apple's own first-party apps. Thankfully, though, the App Store is overflowing with alternative apps, many of which are better than Apple's. Whether you're looking to organize your photos, get work done, or get around town, we've scoured the App Store for the best apps that are better than the default ones on your iPhone. SEE ALSO: I've owned an Amazon Echo for over a year now — here are my 19 favorite features DON'T MISS: The top 50 video games of all time, ranked Instead of Mail, use Edison... [Read More]
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