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Is trouble brewing for Ivanka Trump and Don Jr? They’re certainly acting like it

My father, you won’t be surprised to hear, is not a billionaire who, until a few months ago, served as the 45th president of the United States. But if he was, do you know what I would be doing right now? Swigging champagne on a yacht in the Med with the internet off, I reckon. You know what I would absolutely not be doing? Selling sad little videos of myself saying “Hello!” and “Happy birthday!” for $500 a pop on a video messaging service called Cameo. And yet, according to recent reports, it seems Donald Trump Jr is spending his days doing exactly that.
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Tucker Carlson: Government agents may have helped organize the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

This weekend, police in Columbus, Georgia arrested a 39-year-old man called Justin Tyren Roberts. Over the course of a single day, Roberts shot five separate people in two different states. We know this because Roberts has admitted it. He also said why he did it. In his confession, police say, Roberts, "explained [that] throughout his life, specifically white males had taken from him." So he decided to kill them. In one case, Roberts walked up behind a white man, a total stranger, as he was getting out of a car and shot him in the back.
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LeBron James, Donovan Mitchell and more NBA players react to Kevin Durant's historic playoff performance

Kyrie Irving wasn't available. James Harden was clearly struggling as he played through a hamstring injury. The Nets trailed the Bucks by 16 points at halftime. But Brooklyn did have Kevin Durant, and in Tuesday night's pivotal Game 5, that was enough. The former NBA MVP delivered a historic playoff performance in the Nets' 114-108 win. He rang up 49 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and two blocks while shooting 16 of 23 from the field, 4 of 9 from 3-point range and 13 of 16 at the free throw line.
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Texas Man Arrested After Allegedly Dragging Mom's Ex Behind Truck and Setting Vehicle on Fire

A Texas man has been accused of killing his mother's ex-boyfriend, who authorities say was dragged behind a truck before the entire vehicle was set on fire. Robert Eugene Hoffpauir, 37, was arrested and charged with the murder of 60-year-old Roman Rodriguez on Sunday night after a 911 call was made about a burning pick-up truck near the unincorporated community of Rye, according to the Liberty County Sheriff's Office.

Draymond's reaction to Durant's epic 49-point game

Draymond Green said exactly what we were all thinking watching Kevin Durant explode for 49 points in 48 minutes in the Brooklyn Nets' 114-108 win over the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night. OK, maybe not exactly what we were thinking, but it gets the point across. Durant -- sometimes known as...
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Ingraham exposes 'who's really terrorizing Americans', Biden administration efforts to 'frighten' voters

In her "Ingraham Angle" commentary on Tuesday, Fox News host Laura Ingraham warned viewers of the Biden administration's continued efforts to use the power of the federal government and bureaucracy to intimidate political opponents and "frighten" voters into surrendering more of their liberty. Ingraham warned that Attorney General Merrick Garland's...
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Another life-saving Covid treatment found

Exactly a year on from the discovery that a cheap steroid drug prevented Covid deaths, researchers say they have found another life-saving therapy. It is expensive - a potent intravenous infusion of antibodies to neutralise the virus, rather than dampen the body's inflammatory response to it. Results from the Recovery...

Bucks-Nets: Game 5 loss shows Giannis Antetokounmpo is not that guy, and Mike Budenholzer is not that coach

Let's get this straight right off the top: The Milwaukee Bucks did not choke in their crushing Game 5 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night, a game which they led by as many as 17 points. They got beat by Kevin Durant, who is so much better than the best the Bucks have to offer that it doesn't even matter that Kyrie Irving is out and James Harden is basically down a leg.