Pekin councilwoman Karen Hohimer says Lloyd Orrick also told her, “‘Here comes your boyfriend’” and, “‘You smell so good I could eat you.’” Orrick said he was teasing her.
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A 73-year-old New York grandmother outsmarted scammers who pretended to be her grandson and said he needed $8,000 to be bailed out of jail
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The former president seemed to need some adulation at Mar-a-Lago.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady revealed what the perfect ending of his career would be to NBC broadcasters Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth prior to Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams.
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"It's very challenging to be nude at 62," the Good Luck to You, Leo Grande star said.
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Grayson Allen called the controversial flagrant foul he committed on Alex Caruso an "unfortunate" basketball play in a message on his Discord channel.
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United Airlines flight to Israel turns back to US mid-flight after 2 passengers who assigned themselves seats in business class started a 'riot,' reports say
Two passengers became 'disruptive' when staff on a New York to Tel Aviv flight asked them to prove they had business class tickets, per Israeli media.
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Tom Brady claimed this week that he doesn’t get special treatment when it comes to roughing the passer fouls. His contention found support on Sunday, when he took a helmet to the chin from Von Miller, without a foul being called. Instead, a foul was called on Brady for his reaction to the absence of [more]
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The anticlimactic end of Kansas City-Buffalo ought to spur a change to the NFL's overtime rules.
Michael Cohen says Donald Trump told him if one of his kids had to go to prison to 'make sure' it was Donald Jr., not Ivanka
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The Super Bowl LVI logo, which is supposed to represent palm trees, looks quite a bit more grisly than its artists intended.
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The man’s wife sued a Minnesota hospital when their doctors attempted to take him off a ventilator after two months.
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What will the latest AP Top 25 college basketball poll possibly be on January 24? We make our best guess prediction before the real poll comes out on Monday morning
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Aaron Rodgers had a chance to advance in the playoffs, but he missed an easy touchdown on his last throw against the 49ers.
- Rolling Stone
Exclusive emails obtained by Rolling Stone expose an attempt to recertify the state as a victory for Donald Trump — and reveal top Trumpworld figures were complicit
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- The Hill
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares (R) has fired attorneys from the University of Virginia and George Mason University, saying he "wants the university counsel to return to giving legal advice based on law."The University of Virginia's Tim Heaphy, who was on leave to help lead the House's investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, was reportedly among 30 staffers Miyares dismissed upon taking office last week, according to...
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Attacks inside one of Iran's most secure nuclear facilities are the latest blows in a shadowy battle with Israel
They have mostly avoided open clashes, but Iran's and Israel's campaigns against each other have been punctuated by attacks and assassinations.
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