Miccosukee leader weighs in on Indigenous Peoples' Day
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Revelation of incident ‘buried’ by Abedin contained in new memoir Both/And, to be published next weekUS politics – live coverage Huma Abedin pictured in 2016. Abedin does not name the senator, their party or give any other clues as to his identity. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters Huma Abedin, a longtime close aide to Hillary Clinton, has written in a new book that she was sexually assaulted by a US senator, an incident she “buried” until allegations against the supreme court justice Brett Kavan
- Women's Health
Anya Taylor-Joy shows off her toned abs in a new Instagram photo. The 25-year-old actress reveals all her press outfits for the upcoming 'Last Night in Soho.'
- The Daily Beast
Fox NewsDuring a fiery Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) at one point defended parents throwing up Nazi salutes at school board meetings.Cruz, along with other Republicans, lambasted Attorney General Merrick Garland for directing the Justice Department this month to investigate the rise in violent threats against educators. That rise has coincided with right-wing media fueling fury over mask mandates and so-called critical race theory.Referencing a letter writ
For many people, the land of opportunity can become a bit less appealing beyond the working years. Perhaps you yearn for the tropical beaches of Costa Rica. Or maybe you want to take advantage of free...
People Are Tweeting Things Boomers And Millennials Love Saying, And They Are Funny Because They're True
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- Yahoo Life
Tara Reid responds to body shamers who accuse her of being 'so thin': 'Please don't be one of those people'
Tara Reid and her friend Taryn Manning shut down body shamers who accused Reid of being too thin.
- Fox News
President Biden on Tuesday was mocked by critics on social media after briefly stumbling through a line during an Arlington, Virginia, campaign event for fellow Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who is in a tough gubernatorial race in the state.
Grey's Anatomy/Station 19 Death Hits 'Close to Home' — Who Won't Survive the Series' Next Crossover Event?
With Halloween so close, we can taste it, you’ll forgive us, won’t you, for being so ghoulish as to ponder the identity of the character that ABC’s promo for its next Grey’s Anatomy/Station 19 crossover tells us flat-out will not survive. The snippets from the back-to-back episodes airing Thursday, Nov. 11 (starting at 8/7c), seem […]
"People tend to repeat their lies in a louder voice."View Entire Post ›
It’s not with the Republican grassroots, Max Boot argued in The Washington Post.
Angelina Jolie and her five of her six kids gave the world a sartorial treat tonight when they all stepped out together at the London Eternals premiere.
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Chrissy Teigen Does a Daring Take on the Little Black Dress With an Exaggerated Bow & Slinky Sandals
She's in town promoting her new cookbook.
Donald Trump's "letter to the editor" was crammed full of nonsense, but the newspaper published it anyway,
"Most of us guys aren't quite as emotionless as we're supposed to be. Having to deal with that makes us feel bad."View Entire Post ›
Find out whether Katie and Blake's split was for a "bad reason."
Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino dropped a real whopper this week.
- Business Insider
Here are all of Biden's progressive campaign promises that got cut from his $1.75 trillion social-spending package
Biden released a social spending plan half the size of the original package. Paid leave and free community college are gone, among others.
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- Business Insider
Trump criticized Mark Zuckerberg, saying the $400 million he donated to help local election offices makes him a 'criminal'
Trump said Zuckerberg's donations last year were designed to "change the course of a Presidential election," a claim supported by no evidence.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York tried to goad the former president in an MSNBC interview.