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The Republican also complained that white defendants charged in the Capitol riot are being discriminated against “because of the color of their skin.”
“I’m doing it because it’s in Australia’s national interest,” Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Wednesday. “It’s the right thing to do.”
The supersized marijuana treat contains a whopping 20,000 milligrams of THC.
Democrats are getting Republicans to help them raise the debt limit without Republicans actually voting for it.
An investigation revealed the former anchor played a bigger role in helping his brother, then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, deal with sexual misconduct allegations.
“He was the most loving,” Cannon said of his baby Zen. “We called him Z Chilling. He was always smiling. He had the most beautiful spirit.”
The work stoppage at the storied cereal maker has stretched beyond two months.
The acquitted Kenosha shooter said he'd once rooted for the Lakers star.
Kim Potter, 49, is charged with first-degree and second-degree manslaughter in Wright’s April 11 death.
Though Floyd’s death was rarely mentioned directly during jury selection, his case’s impact on the trial has been obvious.
Streep apparently thought a sweet nickname from her "Don't Look Up" costars meant something else entirely.
"The Tonight Show" host admitted he was "freaking out" ahead of the premiere of "It Was A... (Masked Christmas)."
Billie Eilish, Jason Kelce, cheugy and omicron all appear on this year’s list compiled by the U.S. Captioning Company.
The "Late Show" comedian also had some choice words for GOP Sen. Ron Johnson following his attack on Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The longtime Trump ally also reportedly ribbed the former president with gags about Melania Trump and reading.
“Devin Nunes, CEO & LOL,” former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara tweeted about the California Republican's move to lead Donald Trump's tech startup.
He took a jab at Trump allegedly spreading COVID, and also spotted the moment it seemed he was “finally coming around” to admitting he lost the 2020 election.
The Ohio Republican suggested the threat from the "radical left" was similar to that of the Nazis. Critics hit back.
The sheriff's office said it didn't intend to be "insensitive," but the tweet with a Santa apparently planning to be armed when he comes down the chimney is still up.
Col. Earl Matthews accuses Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt of lying to Congress about what transpired the day rioters breached the Capitol.