Category: News

Strangers drive elephant table from Minnesota to Michigan to surprise grieving mom

Please enable Javascript to watch this video PORTAGE, Mich. (WXMI) — Prior to Tuesday morning, Sara Hutchinson and Julie Thomas had never met. However, they spent the last week messaging back and forth about how to transport a two-foot tall elephant table from Indiana to Michigan.  “I’m the elephant drop,” said Thomas in the parking […]

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Man charged with animal cruelty for allegedly mutilating rabbit while driving

Please enable Javascript to watch this video ROCKVILLE, Conn. – The suspect in a disturbing case of animal cruelty went before a judge Wednesday. Patryck Sochocki, 25, faces several charges, the most disturbing of which involves mutilating a rabbit while driving. Sochocki pleded not guilty and had no comment outside the courtroom. According to police […]

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Americans Steal Kremlin’s Playbook, for Clicks and Profit

SAN FRANCISCO — At first glance, the websites Conservative Edition News and Liberal Edition News have only one thing in common: Both have been carefully curated to inflame America’s culture wars. Conservative Edition News is a repository of stories guaranteed to infuriate the American right. Its recent headlines include “Austin sex-ed curriculum teaches kids how […]

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Failing to Decipher Black Voters

There was quite a bit of talk about the black vote and the black community at Wednesday night’s presidential debate. Maybe that’s because they were in Atlanta, the majority-black capital of the South. But it is also, I am sure, because black voters have played and continue to play a crucial role in who gets […]

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Watchdog Report on Russia Investigation to Come Out Next Month

WASHINGTON — A highly anticipated Justice Department inspector general’s report on aspects of the Russia investigation, including its origins and whether the F.B.I. abused its surveillance powers, will be released early next month, according to a letter released on Thursday. The inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, plans to release the findings of his investigation on […]

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Republicans Now Support Paid Leave, Too. So Why Hasn’t It Passed?

ImageKamala Harris and Andrew Yang at the Democratic debate on Wednesday. They, like the other candidates from their party, have endorsed paid family leave. Mr. Yang called it “one of the first things we do.”Credit…Alex Wong/Getty Images Paid leave has long been a Democratic cause, one that candidates rallied around at the debate Wednesday night. […]

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Norfolk Botanical Garden nominated for best holiday display in country, voting now open

Million Bulb Walk (Photo: Norfolk Botanical Garden/Facebook) NORFOLK, Va. – The Million Bulb Walk at Norfolk Botanical Garden has been nominated as one of the best in the country once again! The display was nominated for USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice list, joining 19 other holiday light displays from around the nation. The Garden’s display […]

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‘One of the toughest goodbyes’: Tim Tebow shares heartbreaking video tribute to dog, Bronco

(WJW) – Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow has posted a heartbreaking tribute to his dog, Bronco, after having to put him to sleep. The Instagram video posted Wednesday shows Tebow giving Bronco a big piece of cheese before breaking down into tears. His post read: “One of the toughest goodbyes. Wanted to make a special tribute […]

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Myles Garrett told NFL in suspension hearing that Mason Rudolph used racial slur, per report

Myles Garrett told the NFL in his appeal hearing on Wednesday that Mason Rudolph used a racial slur before the brawl between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers broke out last Thursday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Josina Anderson reported.  Garrett took Rudolph to the ground and the two tussled before it escalated with the Browns defensive end swinging the […]

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Senate passes short-term funding bill to avert shutdown as deadline looms

The Senate on Thursday passed a short-term funding bill to avert a government shutdown as the clock ticks down to an expiration of government funding that would trigger a shutdown if lawmakers and the President don’t act in time to prevent it. The vote was 74-20. Government funding expires at midnight on Thursday, and the bill will […]

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Trump says he won’t allow Navy to punish SEAL who posed with dead body

President Donald Trump has once again weighed in on potential disciplinary action against Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, appearing to override a Navy decision to initiate a review that could result in him being stripped of his status as a SEAL. The Navy’s review could have led to Gallagher’s expulsion from the elite warfare community, according to officials directly familiar […]

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Apple Is Piloting Extended AppleCare+ Eligibility at Select Apple Stores in the U.S, Canada

Select Apple Stores based out of the United States and Canada are piloting a new program that allows users to purchase AppleCare+ even after 60-days from the purchase date. It has been revealed that the pilot program has begun earlier this week. Apple is rolling out the pilot program in about 50 stores in the […]

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Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show officially canceled for 2019

The annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show won’t be happening this year. L Brands, the parent company of the lingerie retailer, has officially canceled the 2019 show. “We’ll be communicating to customers, but nothing that I would say is similar in magnitude to the fashion show,” CFO Stuart Burgdoerfer said during the company’s third quarter earnings call. The […]

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