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Bidens announce 'cherished' German Shepard Champ has died

June 19 (UPI) -- President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden announced Saturday that their "constant, cherished companion," the German Shepard dog Champ, has died. In a statement issued by the White House, the Bidens said Champ "passed away peacefully at home" at the age of 13. "He was...
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First US trial cruise testing Covid safety protocols sets sail

(CNN) — A trial cruise set sail from Miami on Sunday evening, putting the cruise industry one step closer to resuming operations out of US ports, 15 months after the Covid-19 pandemic brought cruises to a halt in the United States. Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas departed from PortMiami...
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Is Cracker Barrel Really Closing Forever?

Cracker Barrel has been around for a long time and has come to be associated with delicious and homey Southern comfort food. Per Country Living, the first outlet was launched in 1969 by Dan Evins in Lebanon, Tennessee. Everything was prepared from scratch including cornbread, something that the restaurant continues to do even now. Its menu items are wildly popular among its loyal customers. Consider this: Customers order around 11 million Chicken n' Dumplins each year. Phew, what a number! Other popular items include pancakes, bacon, chicken tenders, moon pies, and a lot more.
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Bidens announce death of family dog Champ, 'our sweet, good boy'

President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on Saturday announced the death of Champ, one of their two German Shepherds, describing him as a "cherished companion" and a "sweet, good boy." "Our hearts are heavy today as we let you all know that our beloved German Shepherd, Champ, passed away...
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Bidens announce death of their German shepherd, Champ

President Biden and first lady Jill Biden ’s German shepherd Champ died this week. The president and first lady said in a statement Saturday that Champ “passed away peacefully at home.”. “He was our constant, cherished companion during the last 13 years and was adored by the entire Biden family,”...
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Bidens announce their 'beloved' German Shepherd Champ has died

(CNN) — The Bidens announced Saturday that Champ, their "beloved" German Shepherd who had been with their family since 2008, has died. Champ passed away at the Biden family home in Wilmington, Delaware, a White House official told CNN. "Our hearts are heavy today as we let you all know...
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How to Keep Flies Away from Your Porch and Patio

Summer is officially here, which means warm weather, picnic spreads and weekends spent at the grill. However, it also means an increase in some of our not-so-favorite pests, particularly the ones that like to buzz around our snacks. It’s annoying to have to swat away bugs, especially when you’re eating—and...

14,000-year-old puppy found frozen with something strange in its stomach

The 14,400-year-old puppywas discovered frozen and had hairy tissues and a twig in its stomach which prompted researchers to question just what the prehistoric canine may have eaten. Feasting on one of the last remaining woolly rhino. Genetic analysts from Stockholm's Natural History Museum confirmed that the hair belonged to...

Why Lawns Must Die

In 2015, 75-year old Gerry Suttle was sitting on her porch watching the leaves rustle in the trees when a cop rolled up and handed her an arrest warrant. The reason for her arrest? She had failed to mow her lawn. That's right. The cops and Suttle's neighbors deemed it necessary to hold the threat of arrest over this septuagenarian because the turfgrass occupying the space in front of her house was left unchecked. How did we in the United States come to this? Why is the lawn such a sacred space in white suburban America? This is the story of the American lawn. How it came to be, the complex underpinnings of its green blades, and how we might work to rid ourselves from its cultural grasp.
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Jazz Jennings Reveals She’s Gained 100 Lbs. Due To Eating Disorder & Vows To Lose It: ‘I’m Ready’

Reality TV star Jazz Jennings has opened up about her binge eating disorder, and her mental health journey, after gaining almost 100 pounds. Jazz Jennings got very candid about her relationship with her body, and mental health, in a new Instagram post. The reality TV and YouTube star opened up about her binge-eating disorder, and her weight gain over the past two years, telling fans she was “committed toward bettering” herself. “As many of you have noticed, over the past few years, I have gained a substantial amount of weight. I suffer from binge-eating disorder, a disease in which I’m not only addicted to food, but I eat it in large quantities,” she wrote in the caption of her June 18 post.
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Model Slick Woods Ambivalent on Victoria's Secret Scrapping Angels

Victoria's Secret is doing both a good thing and kind of a dumb thing by replacing their "Angels" with strong female ambassadors ... so says noted Fenty model Slick Woods. We got Slick -- who's famous for her preggo catwalk in 2018, and giving birth shortly thereafter -- out and about Friday night near Hyde in WeHo ... this during an UOMA Beauty event by Sharon Chuter. Good setting to talk fashion and sex appeal, no doubt.
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Chick-fil-A worker exposes chain’s food waste on TikTok

A Chick-fil-A employee is calling out the fast-food giant for wasting food. An employee of the Georgia-based chain posted a viral video on TkTok of what appears to be another worker tossing a tray of chicken nuggets into the trash. The TikTok user, who remains anonymous under the username @jlucvss,...