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Patriots Released Quarterback Monday: NFL World Reacts

The New England Patriots have waived quarterback, D'Eriq King. The move was announced on Monday after the Patriots signed King directly after the NFL Draft as an undrafted free agent. King was the starting quarterback at Miami during the 2020 and 2021 seasons and was also at Houston from 2016-19.

Ric Flair's Final Match Will Reportedly Be Against One of His Old Rivals

Ric Flair and Starrcast announced on Monday that the 16-time former world champion will step back inside the ring at 73 years old on July 31 for a match at the Nashville Fairgrounds. There was no mention of who Flair's opponent would be during the initial announcement, but Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp is now reporting that the current plan is for Flair to take part in a tag team match against one of his old rivals, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat. The other competitors will reportedly be FTR (with Flair) and the Rock N' Roll Express (with Steamboat), making it a six-man tag match.

Larry Strickland: Wife Naomi Judd was ‘fragile’ in days leading up to death

Naomi Judd’s husband, Larry Strickland, was terrified of his late wife taking a flight alone because he knew she was in a “fragile” state. The Grammy winner, who died on April 30, flew solo from Austria to Nashville for the Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony. The event took place one day after her death. “I was really scared to death about her flying alone all the way from Vienna back to Nashville cause I knew how fragile she was,” Strickland, 76, recalled during CMT’s “Naomi Judd: A River of Time” special on Sunday. The North Carolina native noted that Judd made...

Patriots Released Notable Quarterback On Monday

The New England Patriots cut ties with a notable quarterback on Monday. New England signed former Miami and Houston quarterback D'Eriq King following the 2022 NFL Draft. King was viewed as a versatile player, who could perhaps develop into a playmaker on the offensive side of the ball or on special teams.

Horrifying Discovery: Scientists Find That DNA Mutations Are More Common Than Previously Thought

Researchers at EMBL Heidelberg found that inversions in the human genome are more common than previously thought, which impacts our understanding of certain genetic diseases. Our DNA serves as a blueprint for the cellular machinery that allows cells, organs, and even whole organisms to work. However, mutations in our DNA can cause genetic illnesses. Point mutations at a single site, as well as deletions, duplications, and inversions, are examples of such DNA mutations.

Victim knifed to death during fight at Brooklyn supermarket: NYPD

A man was stabbed to death during a dispute at a Brooklyn supermarket Monday afternoon, cops said. The victim was stabbed in the chest with a knife following a dispute around 2 p.m. at Navruz Market at 1701 McDonald Ave. in Midwood, cops said. It wasn’t clear if the attack happened inside. The victim, whose age wasn’t immediately released, was taken to Maimonides Hospital and pronounced dead a short time later. A 30-year-old man was taken into custody as a person of interest in the knifing, cops said. It wasn’t immediately clear what the dispute was about, cops said.

The Cardinals Signed A New Quarterback On Monday

Among the players the Arizona Cardinals signed from their rookie minicamp over the weekend was quarterback Jarrett Guarantano. Guarantano, who went undrafted last month, spent last season playing for Washington State. He completed 33 of 49 passes for 304 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions before suffering a season-ending knee injury in Week 2.

Drug treatment for cataracts moves a step closer

A revolutionary new treatment for cataracts has shown extremely positive results in laboratory tests, giving hope that the condition, which currently can only be cured with surgery, could soon be treated with drugs. The results have been published today in the peer-reviewed journal Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. Cataract is...
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Now you can order a third round of free test kits from

The US Postal Service has updated its free at-home COVID-19 test webpage, indicating that citizens can now place an order for a third round of government-provided rapid tests (h / t Alexander Tin and DrAltGov on Twitter). Compared to previous rounds, you’ll be sent double the number of tests — eight instead of four.

Selena Gomez Shares a Peek at Her Thigh Tattoo in a Slitted LBD

Selena Gomez made her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut on May 14, and she effortlessly translated her chic everyday style to the "SNL" stage. From a backless Mach & Mach crystal cutout minidress during her opening monologue to an oversize sweater during her "Old Enough" spoof about longterm boyfriends, Gomez's wardrobe made an effortlessly stylish statement. The "Only Murders in the Building" star continued to turn heads at the "SNL" afterparty when she arrived in a black strapless dress with a twist.

Ukraine ends mission to defend Azovstal steel plant

NOVOAZOVSK/LVIV, Ukraine, May 17 (Reuters) - Ukraine's military command said in early hours on Tuesday that the mission to defend the besieged Azovstal steel plant by "the heroes of our time" in the strategic southern port of Mariupol is over and pledged to rescue servicemen still trapped inside. "The 'Mariupol'...

Damian Lillard Claps Back At Patrick Beverley Over CP3 Criticism

Patrick Beverley is getting blasted by current and former NBA hoopers after criticizing Chris Paul on TV this morning ... with Damian Lillard and Matt Barnes going in on the NBA vet. Pat Bev ripped Paul -- aka the "Point God" -- on 'First Take' on Monday for his abysmal...

Maggie Peterson, 'The Andy Griffith Show' Actress, Dead at 81

Maggie Peterson, who had a recurring role on The Andy Griffith Show as Charlene Darling, died Sunday. She was 81. Peterson's family shared the sad news on Facebook, writing that her health took a turn for the worse after her husband, jazz musician Gus Mancuso, died in December. Peterson died peacefully in her sleep.