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Warriors’ Stephen Curry makes extremely bold NBA Finals prediction that won’t please Kevin Durant

Stephen Curry has three championship rings to his name. That’s why when the Golden State Warriors star makes an NBA Finals prediction, he clearly has some credibility. The Warriors sharpshooter was interviewed alongside his wife Ayesha about their initiatives to give back to the community in Oakland. But of course, Curry was also asked about his thoughts on the ongoing NBA playoffs, and particularly about how it feels to be sitting things out for a second straight year.
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Jarrod Schulz Shakes Things Up With Girlfriend Pic: Where’s Brandi?!

Jarrod Schulz resurfaced on Instagram for the first time in a pretty long time to shake things up with a photo of his girlfriend. Now, there were a lot of different reactions to this particular Instagram post from Storage Wars fans. The most prominent comment was: where the heck is his wife Brandi Passante?! Now, if you are current on Storage Wars and news related to the show, you know that is a pretty odd question. But, if you aren’t… Don’t worry. We’ll explain.
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Bidenomics is proving a total disaster that could send America back to stagnant ‘70s

Bidenomics is proving an utter disaster for American workers and consumers, and don’t bet on it to end soon. With the pandemic all but over — more than half of American adults are fully vaccinated, and transmissions have fallen through the floor — the economy wants to roar back to life. Job openings climbed to 9.3 million in April, the highest number since the Labor Department started collecting the stats in 2000 and a million more than in March, the feds announced last week.
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An inside look at the final hours of Cayley Mandadi's life

After attending a music festival with her boyfriend in October 2017, Cayley Mandadi died from injuries she sustained that day -- but what exactly caused her death?. Cayley Mandadi, 19, was a typical Texas teenager navigating life through school, sports and boys. Friends say Cayley had a good heart and was "full of love." Her mother says Cayley was a happy person who was trusting, warm and always smiling.
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Ask Amy: Reuniting couple need relationship rehash

Dear Amy: My (much older) brother-in-law, “Walter,” is a healthy, attractive, heterosexual man in his early 70s who is comfortable financially, but has never settled down. He’s had girlfriends throughout his life, but he never found someone he thought was “The One.”. Walt is now realizing and regretting his past...
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Lara Trump Urges Americans Living at Southern Border to 'Arm Up, Get Guns'

Lara Trump, former President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law, on Saturday night urged Americans living at the southern border to "arm up" and "get guns" as she railed against President Joe Biden's immigration policies. In an appearance on Fox News' Justice With Judge Jeanine, Trump, who currently works as a contributor for...
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Members of Louisiana Hip-Hop Group Accused of Killing Rival Rapper

Members of a Louisiana hip-hop group have been charged in connection to the death of a rival rapper. According to CBS affiliate 4WWL, Tauj Chardez Taplin and Quardavion Tyvon White were arrested Thursday following a high-speed chase that began in South Texas and ended in Southwest Louisiana. The Chambers County Sheriff’s office said the pursuit began after authorities had stopped a vehicle believed to have been owned by a shooting suspect. Authorities claim a scuffle ensued just moments into the traffic stop, prompting Taplin to flee the scene in the Nissan, while White was taken into custody.
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UFC 263 results: Nate Diaz nearly pulls off insane come-from-behind win, but drops bloody decision to Leon Edwards

For the first time in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) history, a non-title, non-main event will be five rounds as No. 3-ranked Welterweight contender, Leon Edwards, looked to finally “get over” at the expense of Conor McGregor slayer, Nate Diaz, on UFC 263’s pay-per-view (PPV) main card from inside Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. Edwards and Diaz were originally scheduled to co-headline UFC 262; however, an injury to Diaz pushed the 170-pound bout until this evening (details).