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The president’s reluctance to call out the capital’s dysfunction and corruption contributed to Democrats’ voting rights debacle — and a lot more.
A new French law says anyone with proof they tested positive within the previous six months is exempt from having to show a vaccine pass.
The former state Assembly speaker was serving a prison sentence in a corruption case.
The 18-year-old singer, actor and YouTube superstar said she's "felt more love than ever" since confirming she was part of the LGBTQ community a year ago.
Cyber Ninjas has shut its doors, but court is still demanding hidden public records in "fraudit" over Donald Trump's election loss.
The accused deputy allegedly yelled the N-word at an African-American colleague who was walking out of his home with his wife and kids.
A shoddy editorial by the storied newspaper is at the center of a case that could impact press freedoms in the 21st century.
The legendary rocker and known vaccine skeptic embraced the widely debunked theory and slammed the media in a bizarre interview.
"We as a society need to stop telling women that taking an uninterrupted shower is taking care of yourself," the author writes.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback got his first unsportsmanlike penalty and a bloody lip after bragging that refs let him "talk smack."
The Vermont senator expressed frustration about the two Democrats joining Republicans in blocking major legislation.
Jordan Subban, the brother of NHL star P.K. Subban, accused now-suspended Jacob Panetta of the racist taunt in a minor-league game.

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