Francisco Villanueva

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Police officers videoed Tasing and kneeling on Black teenagers for vaping

A Black teenager who was filmed being violently arrested by police in Ocean City, Maryland, over allegedly violating a vaping ban has spoken out, urging others to stand up against police brutality. “Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe in,” Brian Anderson, 19, said during an interview with ABC News set to air on Good Morning America on Tuesday.Police in Ocean City, Maryland, have defended officers’ actions after the arrest of four Black teenagers, including Anderson, went viral on social media.In video posted to Instagram, police can be seen surrounding and tackling Anderson to the ground...
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Why Mike Lindell Can’t Stop

The MyPillow tycoon has lost business pumping up Trump conspiracy theories, and probably lost his chance at a political future. But he believes he’s on a divine mission to overturn the election—and he’s not alone.
WorldHello Magazine

Zara Tindall wows in figure-flattering dress for post-baby Royal Ascot outing

Enjoying a day at the races, Zara Tindall just stepped out in an elegant polka dot dress for day one of Royal Ascot 2021, and fans are swooning. Marking her first public appearance since giving birth to her son Lucas in March, the Queen's granddaughter was joined by her husband Mike Tindall and mother, Princess Anne.
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Nets Announce Change To James Harden’s Game 5 Status

The last week has seen the Brooklyn Nets‘ NBA Title chances plunge. After blowing out the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2, the team lost a slugfest in Milwaukee in Game 3, and in the first half of Game 4, Kyrie Irving went down with a sprained ankle, sidelining him along with James Harden.
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Charles Barkley Says There’s 1 Reason To Hate Skip Bayless

Love or hate Charles Barkley as a personality and NBA analyst, you know he’ll always speak his mind. That is the case with the league that he covers, and with the rest of the sports media world: including some recent shots at FS1’s Skip Bayless. During a recent interview with...
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Some Texas Democrats have a story to share with Joe Manchin

Not long after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced that the For the People Act would die at his hand, a Capitol Hill parlor game took root: Who, if anyone, can persuade the West Virginia Democrat to protect voting rights from a dramatic Republican assault?. At one recent Senate Democratic gathering,...
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Gretchen Rossi calls Chrissy Teigen ‘disgusting’ over Michael Costello accusations

Gretchen Rossi may say people are talking about her — but now she’s doing the talking. The former “RHOC” personality called embattled star Chrissy Teigen “disgusting” for allegedly cyberbullying “Project Runway” designer Michael Costello to the point where he became suicidal. “So disgraceful,” Rossi commented on Costello’s post Monday detailing...
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Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best home appliance deals to expect on vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and more

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is just days away. Confirmed to be going ahead on June 21 and June 22, it’s set to be the biggest online shopping event of the year. It’s the perfect opportunity to bag huge bargains on home appliances especially, with discounts found across vacuum cleaners, food processors, coffee machines, fridges and more. The giant sale is typically in the early summer months, however last year it was postponed to October due to the coronavirus pandemic, so it’s come back around for 2021 much quicker than usual. Last year, Amazon revealed that there were more...
New York City, NYNew York Post

Andrew Cuomo expected to announce full New York state reopening

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to announce Tuesday that New York will lift “virtually all” COVID-19 restrictions, after the state on Monday cleared the threshold of 70 percent of adult residents having received at least one vaccine dose, The Post has learned. Cuomo is slated to make the announcement during...
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Jarrett Stidham Shares Honest Admission On Mac Jones Pick

Last offseason, Jarrett Stidham was considered the quarterback of the future for the New England Patriots. Fast forward a year later, he’s on a crowded depth chart that might not have any room for him. Stidham received limited reps in 2020, completing 50.0 percent of his passes for 256 yards,...

Negev Desert archaeological site illuminates an important chapter in modern humans' origin

The Boker Tachtit archaeological excavation site in Israel's central Negev desert holds clues to one of the most significant events in human history: the spread of modern humans, Homo sapiens, from Africa into Eurasia, and the subsequent demise of Neanderthal populations in the region. Researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Max Planck Society, led by Prof. Elisabetta Boaretto, together with Dr. Omry Barzilai of the Israel Antiquities Authority, returned to Boker Tachtit nearly 40 years after it was first excavated. Using advanced sampling and dating methods, they offer a new chronological framework for this important chapter in our anthropological evolution. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), the study suggests that Homo sapiens and Neanderthals were far from strangers.
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NFL Analyst Says There’s 1 Obvious Aaron Rodgers Trade

There’s still no end in sight for Aaron Rodgers’ holdout in Green Bay, as the disgruntled superstar has remained fairly quiet this offseason. Most of the coaches and executives in Green Bay were walking on eggshells in an effort to mend their relationship with Rodgers. Packers CEO Mark Murphy, however, completely cracked those eggshells when he called the three-time MVP a “complicated fella.”
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Royal Ascot Is Back - Minus One Major Royal Tradition!

Hold on to your hats, Royal Ascot is back! But expect some major changes this year due to the pandemic. Royal Ascot, the most prestigious event in the U.K race calendar, returns on Tuesday in Berkshire for five days of back-to-back horse racing. Queen Elizabeth and other royals are expected to attend, but it's not quite the big comeback that organizers had hoped for.