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Eyelid Bite Victim Wants Lash Tech to Pay for Medical Bills

Kelsey Salmon wants the lash tech whose dog bit off her eyelid to take responsibility, starting with covering a mountain of medical bills -- but instead, she says the woman's ducking her. Kelsey tells us the lash tech hasn't reached out to her even once since the woman's chihuahua jumped...
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The Young And The Restless Spoilers: Sally’s Victory, Summer Catches Kyle And Tara Together

The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) is pushing Eric Forrester (John McCook). She wants him to suggest Summer Newman (Hunter King) for a job in Milan. Her plan just might work because as Sally is pushing Eric, Summer catches Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and Tara Locke (Elizabeth Leiner) getting a little too close for comfort.
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Inmates at Oklahoma prisons begin receiving computer tablets

(CNN) — Inmates in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) began receiving tablets this week as part of a plan to supply all state prisoners with secure tablet computers. More than 21,000 inmates at over 20 facilities will receive tablets that will give them access to books, college classes, music...
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Idaho intern reports rape, says lawmakers ‘destroyed me’

BOISE, Idaho — The harassment started quickly after a report by a 19-year-old intern, who alleged an Idaho lawmaker raped her, turned public. One state consultant sought a duplicate of the police report and made inquiries into how the younger girl herself could possibly be referred for legal prices for reporting the alleged rape.
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Tiger Woods Spotted on Crutches as He Returns to LA 4 Months After Accident

Tiger Woods is still on the mend following a February car crash that left him hospitalized for several weeks. Four months after the professional golfer suffered serious injuries in the crash, including a shattered right leg, he was spotted mobile with the help of some crutches when he returned to Los Angeles on Monday.
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Ben Roethlisberger is judge, jury and executioner in new Steelers offense

The Pittsburgh Steelers might have a different look to their offense in 2021, but quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will still be pulling all the strings. New Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada made his first public comments Tuesday since being promoted to the role in January. Canada told reporters Roethlisberger’s desires and tendencies would be at the center of his offensive scheme:
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Nintendo Wii U Exclusive Going Multi-Platform

While the Wii U was a massive commercial failure, the Nintendo console played host to a number of beloved games, including Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. During today's Nintendo Direct E3 2021 presentation, the game was announced for Nintendo Switch, but it will also appear on a number of additional platforms, as well. As in previous entries in the survival horror franchise, the Koei Tecmo published title tasks players with dispatching ghostly enemies using a camera. Unfortunately, a specific release date has not yet been announced for Maiden of Black Water, but it will be available sometime later this year.
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Covid-19: 'We will have a substantial third wave'

A Sage government adviser says we will have a substantial third wave, and opening up too soon would lead to an increase of infections. Professor Andrew Hayward told Andrew Marr: "If we were to open up more that will just really fan the flames, and lead to this increasing even faster".
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Insert Foot: The maskless in Walnut Creek partying like they’re vaccinated

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — I went out Friday night. In public. With other real humans. It was weird … and pretty great, I must admit. I was doing a story for my day job about local venues and restaurants reopening. I was offered tours and free drinks (declined, sadly). I talked to owners and managers, one of whom surprised me by thanking me for writing about his band back in the 1930s.