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Message to Trump: This is why you lost the election

There is a compelling scene in the 2014 blockbuster movie “Guardians of the Galaxy” in which the Peter Quill character, played by Chris Pratt, is threatened by the Yondu character, played by Michael Rooker. Yondu looks menacingly into Quill’s eyes and declares, “When I picked you up as a kid, these boys wanted to eat you. ... I saved your life.” Quill screams back in his defense, “Oh, will you shut up about that? ... Normal people don’t even think about eating someone else, much less that person having to be grateful for it.”
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'General Hospital' Nemesis is Leaving Series After Over 300 Episodes

General Hospital recently said goodbye to one of the show's villains. According to Deadline, the character of Peter August, played by Wes Ramsey, will no longer appear on the show. This news comes shortly after an episode of General Hospital aired in which Peter was killed. Ramsey's final appearance on...

Adult Film Star Dies Weeks After Photoshoot At George Floyd Mural

Adult film actress Dakota Skye, real name Lauren Scott, was found dead at a motorhome near LA on Wednesday. Though the cause of death is unknown, her family has stated that she had serious substance abuse issues, specifically with alcohol and the more dangerous fentanyl. Scott was only 27. Scott...
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Derrick Rose’s wife: Alaina Anderson

Derrick Rose is an electrifying human being on the basketball court. Over his career, he’s built quite a resume and even though hes’ still lacking an NBA ring so far in his pro career, you can’t say that the uber-athletic point guard out of Chicago isn’t winning in life. Especially not when he’s the significant other of the gorgeous Alaina Anderson. With that said, it’s time to know more about her and how her romance with the former league MVP started. Ladies and gentlemen, Derrick Rose’s wife.

Members Of Louisiana Rap Group 'The Fours' Arrested For Murder Of Rival Louisiana Rapper

Two members of a Louisiana rap group called The Fours were arrested after the two were allegedly involved in the murder of a rival Louisiana rapper. 19-year-olds Tauj Chardez Taplin and Quardavion Tyvon White were arrested after Taplin allegedly shot and killed 19-year-old Michael Brock in Bogalusa, Louisiana on June 7 and fled with White, who allegedly has ties to Chicago’s Gangster Disciples. The two then headed west to Texas, where after engaging in a high-speed chase with police officers, they were later arrested outside of Lake Charles, Louisiana.
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Packers president tosses gasoline on Aaron Rodgers fire

The Aaron Rodgers-Packers saga has no end in sight, and Green Bay president Mark Murphy tossing gasoline onto the fire probably won’t help. In an event at Lambeau Field on Thursday, Murphy described the disgruntled superstar quarterback as a “complicated fella,” according to multiple reports. Murphy was referring to conversations...
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Trump is doing more lying about the election than talking about any other subject

Washington (CNN) — Since his presidency ended, Donald Trump has issued more statements lying about the 2020 election than statements talking about any other subject. Banned from Twitter since early January, Trump has communicated his post-presidency musings in written statements that are emailed to journalists and posted on his website. These missives, many of which were initially featured on his now-shuttered blog, have replaced his tweets as the most comprehensive public record of his day-to-day thinking.
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Korea’s CJ ENM Signs Strategic Deal With Tokyo Broadcasting System

CJ ENM, the South Korean entertainment giant behind “Parasite,” has struck a strategic alliance with Japanese terrestrial broadcast group Tokyo Broadcasting System. The deal, announced Tuesday, will see the joint production of content for the global market and cooperation in other new business areas. It also represents a further expansion of CJ ENM’s recently-announced plans for international expansion.
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Pillsbury Launches New Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cookies, Cinnamon Rolls

There has never been a better time to be a fan of Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Last year saw Coffee-Mate launch Cinnamon Toast Crunch flavored coffee creamer, followed by the launch of Cinnadust seasoning blend last fall. Then, Nestle launched Cinnamon Toast Crunch flavored milk earlier this year and a new flavor of the cereal, Chocolate Churros was also announced. Now, two new products are joining the party. Pillsbury is releasing new limited-edition Ready to Bake Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cookie Dough and Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnamon Rolls, but fans will want to act fast as both are available only for a limited time.

NASA to Develop Asteroid-Hunting Telescope

If all goes to plan, NASA will soon have a telescope capable of hunting most asteroids capable of doing major damage to the planet. The governmental agency recently bumped the Near-Earth Object Surveyor (NEO Surveyor) to the next step in the development process after a successful mission review. Now, the telescope is heading into the Preliminary Design phase as scientists and astronomers start building it out.
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Subway Operators Blame Founder's Scandalous Behavior for Chain's Downfall

By now, it's no secret that Subway has been experiencing some trouble. While recent months have seen hundreds of Subway franchisees locking horns with the company's executives, a new report suggests that today's problems are simply emblematic of Subway's history, starting with its founder. If these insider claims are true, it seems that the fast-food chain—which became the world's biggest, based largely on its guilt-free menu and virtuous branding—was actually a soap opera behind the scenes.
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Woman struck by car hospitalized

LAS CRUCES - A woman was hospitalized after a sedan struck her in the middle of the street late Friday night. The incident occurred at about 10 p.m. when a Chevy Malibu struck an unidentified woman near Lions Park, according to Det. Frank Torres. He said the vehicle stayed on the scene after the incident. He said lighting and visibility were factors in the incident.
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Ellen Pompeo Reunites With Justin Chambers & ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Fans Hope He Returns Next Season

Former on-screen BFFs Ellen Pompeo and Justin Chambers have reunited, 18 months after the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star’s surprising exit from the show. Ellen Pompeo and Justin Chambers are back together! The Grey’s Anatomy actress, 51, and her former co-star were seen grabbing dinner with another ex-Grey’s star, Eric Dane, on June 11. Justin was seen rocking bleach blonde hair in a clip posted to Ellen’s IG story, in which he pretended to be a waiter. “What would you like for dinner?” Chambers is heard jokingly asking his two former co-stars. In the following video, the longtime TV actress filmed Eric and Justin sitting silently alongside each other.
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Five states have yet to administer one dose of vaccine to half their populations

Five states have yet to administer one dose of the coronavirus vaccine to half their populations as vaccinations in the U.S. have slowed in recent months. Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Wyoming are all struggling to get their populations vaccinated, with data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week showing they have not given one dose to more than 50 percent of their populations.
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Teen suspect arrested for shooting in Miami’s Aventura Mall

Chrisey Pressley, 18, also known by his rap name FBG Chris was arrested Wednesday, June 9 for an alleged shooting that took place in the Aventura Mall in Miami Florida in May. His arrest came nearly a month after the shooting took place at one of South Florida’s largest and most popular malls. Pressley was not charged with the shooting itself, but police jailed him on charges of carrying a concealed firearm.