On Tuesday night, June 21, 2022, thirty people graduated from the 12-month, in-patient sobriety program at Justin's Place in Naples, through St. Matthew's Place.
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GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson likely didn't receive the answers he was hoping for.
The famous public figure's meme centered on Donald Trump's apparent belief that he's entitled to grab whatever he wants.
- Business Insider
'Die-hard' Nintendo fan spent over $40,000 buying stock and then asked top executives why the company won't make more of a fan-favorite series
The person told Insider "I have been playing Nintendo games since I was a child" and called himself a "die-hard fan."
- Consequence of Sound
The cover art apparently pays homage to the Renaissance painting of Lady Godiva, as well as Bianca Jagger's grand entrance on horseback at Studio 54 in 1977. Beyoncé Reveals Cover Art for Renaissance Alex Young
- The Telegraph
- Golf Channel
ZJ isn't too concerned about how LIV will affect his Ryder Cup squad. Others, however, are more anxious about their future status.
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The House Republican who led a rioter on a tour the day before the January 6 attack could lead the committee overseeing Capitol security
With Rodney Davis's loss to a Trump-backed challenger, Barry Loudermilk is now next in line to lead the committee if Republicans retake the House.
- Rolling Stone
- LA Times
Internal Justice Department communications show Meadows texted fraud allegations to the attorney general multiple times within ten days of the election
While on Jessica Szohr's "XOXO" podcast, Nina Dobrev discussed relationship drama that happened when she booked the gig of Elena Gilbert on 'The Vampire Diaries.'
- NBC Sports Washington
Max Scherzer made sure to take care of his temporary teammates down in the minors following his final rehab start with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.
The "Late Show" host was stunned by comments from disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.
- NBC News
In a sharply worded dissent Thursday, Justice Clarence Thomas expressed support for the plaintiffs’ debunked claims that all Covid vaccines are made with cells from “aborted children.”