Ron DeSantis is ‘Florida Man’

About once a month, you see a headline or hear about a story so absurd that it could only happen in one place – Florida. Well, here are a few more. The worst state in the nation is in the thick of it again, as Republican Governor Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 233 on Tuesday, a law that requires students and faculty of public Florida universities to be surveyed about their political beliefs starting next month.
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Meghan McCain calls on FBI to immediately 'extradite' Britney Spears from her home following court testimony

"The View" co-host Meghan McCain reacted strongly Thursday to singer Britney Spears' court testimony this week asking for her conservatorship to be removed from her father. Discussing Spears' arguments with her co-hosts, McCain said the testimony made her feel "physically ill," likened her circumstances to a victim of human trafficking, and called on the FBI to immediately "extradite her from her home" to stop what she called abuse from her family.
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Rudy Giuliani suspended from practicing law in New York state

Rudy Giuliani, the former personal lawyer for former President Donald Trump who once held one of the legal profession's most prestigious jobs, was suspended Thursday from practicing law in New York state by an appellate court that found he made "demonstrably false and misleading statements" about the 2020 election.
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Pelosi and Manchin start to play chicken

Speaker NANCY PELOSI made two bits of news this morning at her weekly news conference:. — First, she officially endorsed the idea of a select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. The move allows the speaker to pack the investigation with her allies and keep control over the process, though she didn’t say exactly who would lead the charge. Those details will come later, but House Homeland Security Chairman BENNIE THOMPSON has been making a strong push for this position.
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Nick Saban Has Blunt Admission On College Football Changes

Nick Saban has been the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide since 2007. College football as a whole has undergone plenty of changes since then. One of the major continual changes within the sport centers around offensive schemes. When Saban began at Alabama, the Crimson Tide ran a traditional power-I offensive scheme.
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Kareem Hunt Sends Browns Clear Message About Nick Chubb

In 2020, the Cleveland Browns boasted one of the best rushing attacks in the NFL. With Pro Bowler Nick Chubb leading that way and Kareem Hunt providing valuable touches in relief, Kevin Stefanski’s team dominated opposing defensive fronts. But with Chubb’s rookie contract coming to an end after the upcoming...

'Sincere regret': N.J. education official apologizes for calling Kamala Harris a 'street walker'

A local education official in New Jersey apologized Wednesday after calling Vice President Kamala Harris a "street walker" in a Facebook comment. “She is right off the wingnut streets of San Francisco what do you expect from a street walker who has no clue about America,” Gregory A. Martucci, a member of the Linden Board of Education, wrote earlier this month in response to a post about the vice president.
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No More Free Ride; Unemployed Californians Must Look For Work Starting in July, EDD Says

When a person applies for unemployment in California, they normally have to certify that they’re actively looking for work. During the Covid-19 pandemic, however, California temporarily suspended that requirement, starting in March of 2020. Californians who were out of work during the pandemic could collecting unemployment even if they weren’t actively seeking a new job.