A surge in covid cases in the south are causing hospitals to become overwhelmed. NBC's Stephanie Stanton reports from Atlanta, Georgia.
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Powell, the first Black U.S. secretary of state, was receiving treatment at Walter Reed National Medical Center, his family said. He was 84.
- Business Insider
Hooters employees are pushing back against new revealing uniforms that include shorts so short that they're 'like underwear'
"Soooo Hooters got new panties. I mean shorts," wrote one TikTok user. "Love my job but don't love wearing undies to work," wrote another.
- Business Insider
Hooters adjusts policy to make controversial new uniform optional for employees after outcry over skimpy new shorts that are 'like underwear'
"We are clarifying that they have the option to choose from traditional uniforms or the new ones," a spokesperson wrote in an email to Insider.
In CNN's docuseries Diana, royal experts discuss a 'Mean Girls' moment when Camilla Parker Bowles left a note for Princess Diana before her wedding to Charles.
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Madeline Baharlou-Quivey's message said she had strayed from the standard route to Kit Carson Peak.
- Country Living
LeAnn Rimes rocked the stage at the Austin City Limits music festival. Fans have a lot to say about her sheer, lace dress that she posted on Instagram.
- Steelers Wire
Mike Tomlin said he hated the official's decision to review the catch at the end of the game.
- Packers Wire
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers explains what happened before his "I still own you!" moment at Soldier Field.
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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly shared PDA during his show on Friday night, Oct. 15. A source at the concert told E! News, "They probably made out for a solid minute."
- USA TODAY Sports
The SEC explained two questionable calls that went against Tennessee in its loss to Ole Miss that led to trash being thrown on the field.
- MMA Junkie
Justin Barry delivered an absolutely stunning knockout that can best be described as "some Bruce Lee sh*t."
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyThe mainstream media’s credibility took another big hit this week. Katie Couric, the former co-host of NBC’s Today show, revealed in a new memoir that she chose not to air some controversial comments made to her five years ago by the sainted Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, involving RBG’s criticism of NFL players like Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem.Couric says she was “conflicted” because she was a “big RBG fan,
But it all worked out in the end when he was cast in another major movie from the same director.
Burrell had her celebrity chef friends in attendance on her big day!
Brian Laundrie's father was captured removing a yellow protest sign about his daughter from his front yard, report says
The Laundrie home in North Port, Florida has been met by protesters since Brian's disappearance in mid-September.
- Cardinals Wire
Murray is now 2-0 over his friend and former college teammate.
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Harry Potter alum enchanted onlookers with a bold look at the inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony, which marked her first "red" carpet event since before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Motley Fool
Senior citizens are among the most economically vulnerable in the country. A letter sent by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) Chairman Rick Delaney to Congressional leaders illustrates the situation faced by some seniors. "We've heard from thousands of them (seniors) who have exhausted their retirement savings, who have started eating just one meal a day, stated cutting their pills in half because they can't afford their prescription drugs, to list just a few of the drastic steps so many have had to take because of what inflation has done to them this year."
- Eat This, Not That!
Browsing the supplement aisle at your local drugstore or supermarket can feel overwhelming. In front of you are countless supplements claiming to provide everything from better heart health to improved cognitive function to weight loss. And while some supplements do deliver on their promises, many fall short. Worse yet, some could do more harm than good.In fact, there's one supplement that has so much potential to cause harm that experts recommend you avoid it entirely. According to Courtney D'A
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Georgia continued its hold on the No. 1 spot in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll with Oklahoma, Cincinnati moving up after Iowa's loss.