Vice President Kamala Harris sat down for a wide-ranging one-on-one interview with TODAY’s Craig Melvin, discussing the progress made against COVID-19 during this administration and responds to why updated guidance on masks hasn’t been given yet as public health officials acknowledge cloth masks are not as effective as KN95s and N95s. Harris also talks about the focus on voting rights, saying, “I don't think anyone should be absolved from the responsibility of preserving and protecting our democracy.” She also weighs in on a talks of a change to the presidential ticket in 2024: "We are thinking about today."
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A 30-year-old with a hoarse voice, back pain, and achy bones visited a walk-in clinic to see a doctor for his symptoms. He found out it was lung cancer.
An otherwise healthy 30-year-old man had a hoarse voice and back pain that wouldn't go away. Doctors found a 4-inch long tumor that spread quickly.
- The Daily Beast
Callaghan O’Hare/ReutersLess than 48 hours after his shocking defeat in North Carolina’s primary election, Rep. Madison Cawthorn took to Instagram to post a defiant, vengeful, and typo-riddled message promising a “Dark MAGA” comeback.After decrying the establishment-driven campaign to unseat him following a long series of scandals, Cawthorn credited those he called his true allies, specifically naming figures like former President Donald Trump, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), “the great Char
- Women's Health
Camila Cabello just showed off her strong abs and even a little underboob in an intricate, floral, chain bra top. The singer is all about body positivity!
- The Daily Beast
ReutersRussian soldiers are apparently so sick of Vladimir Putin’s “stupid” war in Ukraine that they are now openly plotting with their own commanders to go AWOL.The Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Main Intelligence Directorate released a recording on Thursday that is said to show precisely that happening, with a soldier heard in a purportedly intercepted phone call detailing the plan.The soldier, identified by Ukrainian intelligence as one of many men “mobilized” by authorities in occupied Donetsk
- Good Morning America
2 Secret Service employees being sent home from South Korea ahead of Biden's arrival after alleged incident: Sources
Two Secret Service employees -- an agent and an armed physical security specialist -- in South Korea to prepare for President Joe Biden's impending arrival are being sent home after an alleged alcohol-fueled incident that ended with a report being filed with local police, according to two sources briefed on the situation. As the evening progressed, the two Secret Service staffers became apparently intoxicated and the agent wound up in a heated argument with a cab driver, according to the sources. "The Secret Service is aware of an off-duty incident involving two employees which may constitute potential policy violations," agency spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in a statement to ABC News.
The late night host mocked the former president's pull for Dr. Mehmet Oz in the state's Republican primary.
- The Telegraph
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the charity premiere of the new Tom Cruise movie, Top Gun: Maverick on Thursday night.
Nature is made up of some amazing and intriguing creatures. Perhaps one of the most intriguing is the octopus. Some even believe they could be aliens. One mystery that has long evaded scientists is the octopus’s self-destruction after mating. For years, scientists have wondered why octopuses torture themselves after mating. Now, after all this time, … The post Octopuses torture and eat themselves after mating, and scientists finally know why appeared first on BGR.
The girls’ track and field team at Albany High School in upstate New York received a suspension after they launched […] The post New York girls track team members suspended after sports bra protest appeared first on TheGrio.
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NBA broadcaster Kevin Harlan heard from two sources that Luka Doncic was sick after Game 1 of the Western Conference finals between the Warriors and Dallas Mavericks.
Deputies: Motorcyclist with concealed carry permit stops knife-wielding driver in road rage incident
Witnesses told deputies that Rivera exited his truck with a knife in his hand and threatened the motorcyclist.
- Country Living
Kelsey Asbille, who stars as Monica Dutton on Yellowstone, walked the 'Top Gun' red carpet with her father.
A handful of security guards struggled to catch the interloper, who even attempted to high-five Brewers batter Jace Peterson.
- The New York Times
The aftershocks of Tuesday’s big primaries are still rumbling across Pennsylvania, but one impact is already clear: Republican voters’ choice of Doug Mastriano in the governor’s race is giving the GOP fits. Conversations with Republican strategists, donors and lobbyists in and outside of Pennsylvania in recent days reveal a party seething with anxiety, dissension and score-settling over Mastriano’s nomination. In the run-up to Tuesday night, Republicans openly used words and phrases such as “sui
Two photos that appear to be of Princess Diana and Kate Middleton are prominently featured in the Duke of Cambridge's palace home
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Shaggy John Daly produced yet another wild ride around a PGA Championship. The 56-year-old two-time major champion, whose booming drives propelled him to win the PGA in 1991, drove the slopes and swales of Southern Hills in a golf cart the PGA allows him to use because of osteoarthritis in his right knee.
"I find it odd that when someone decides to get married all the sudden all of the people close to them are responsible for their expenses."View Entire Post ›
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Dark on TV. Trailing badly in polls. Written off by Republican political insiders nationally and in Georgia. Former Sen.
- Fox News
Why is Amber Heard looking at jury through testimony during Johnny Depp trial? Legal experts explain
Amber Heard has "most likely" been coached to make eye contact with the jury when answering questions from lawyers amid the defamation trial brought against her by ex-husband Johnny Depp, experts told Fox News Digital.
“The next time you turn on the light, think of the incinerators," Catherine Glenn Foster told Congress while under oath on Wednesday.