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U.S. lays out plan to confront white supremacist violence

June 15 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's administration on Tuesday unveiled a plan to address the threat of violence posed by white supremacists and militias, five months after members of those groups joined in a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. The White House released a 30-page plan for increased...
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Brooks Koepka Has Blunt Response To Pairing News

Golf fans were desperately hoping to see Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau paired together this weekend at the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Unfortunately, according to a report from golf analyst Brad Faxon, the latter shut down any possibility of the grouping. “The USGA did call Bryson DeChambeau and...
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Best Prime Day smart home deals: Smart lights, switches, and more

Amazon Prime Day is only a few days away, and it will serve as a great way to get excellent deals on all kinds of products, including smart home devices. This year, we’re expecting to get a ton of great deals on smart home equipment, from smart light bulbs, to smart locks, to smart switches. No matter what you’re looking for, you should be able to find something from our list of the best Prime Day smart home deals. Over the course of Prime Day, we’ll likely get a series of different deals — so just because you don’t find something...
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Military defends Jan. 6 response as House steps up probes

WASHINGTON (AP) — A top Army leader defended the Pentagon’s response to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, telling a House panel Tuesday that the National Guard was delayed for hours because it had to properly prepare for the deployment and that senior military leaders had determined beforehand that the military had “no role” in determining the outcome of an election.
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This Is What President Biden Eats At His Favorite Restaurants

To the public, President Joe Biden is known for his endearing ice cream eating habits, but to his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, his go-to eats are a bit more specific. According to Wilmington natives that have often dined near him or served him, Biden is known for liking his milkshakes from The Charcoal Pit made "thick and lumpy" and enjoyed alongside a cheeseburger covered in pickle chips, as noted by Food & Wine who went on a presidential-sized food tour of the town.

Greg Oden: Where The Former No.1 Overall NBA Draft Pick Is Today

One of the biggest fears in many people’s lives is not living up to the expectations of others. In sports, when an athlete doesn’t live up to the hype, we often call that person a “bust.” When you google “the biggest busts in sports history,” Greg Oden’s name is on just about every list. Oden was the first overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, but a series of injuries ended his NBA career early. It’s been a while since Greg Oden has been in the spotlight, so let’s take a look and see where he is today.

Eric Clapton’s Famous Friends Are Ghosting Him

Maybe the second Van Morrison collab was their breaking point. Several months after Eric Clapton first began spreading coronavirus misinformation, which recently culminated in an anti-vaccination and anti-lockdown crusade, the musician admitted that his coterie of famous pals have begun to cut off communication with him. “I’ve tried to reach out to fellow musicians,” he explained during an interview with YouTube free-speech channel Oracle Films, which, for editorial purposes, we’re going to imagine was, like, Steve Winwood and Jimmy Page. “I just don’t hear from them anymore. My phone doesn’t ring very often. I don’t get that many texts and emails any more. It’s quite noticeable … I was ostracized. And I could feel that everywhere.”
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Former Michigan Players Start Petition For Bo Schembechler

An ugly situation is brewing within Michigan football surrounding legendary coach Bo Schembechler‘s legacy, as it relates allegations made against former athletic department physician Dr. Robert Anderson. Anderson is accused of sexual harassment and abuse by numerous former Michigan athletes during his tenure at the school. According to a report...
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Kylie Jenner and Stormi fly to NY to support Travis Scott at benefit

Travis Scott says he loves ‘wifey’ Kylie Jenner. Kardashians hold nothing back in explosive ‘KUWTK’ reunion preview. Kylie Jenner and Stormi unbox 3D-printed Balenciaga heels worth $3K. Kylie Jenner channels ‘Dirrty’-era Xtina in eye-popping scarf top. Family for life. Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi Webster flew in to New York...
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A Popular Dog Food Was Recalled Due to Salmonella Concerns

Dog ownership comes with a lot of responsibility. You have to feed, walk, and play with your pup daily. You're also responsible for making sure they're safe. For the most part, that means making sure they don't run onto a busy street or get into anything they shouldn't, but it could also be as simple as checking the labels on your dog food.
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NBC News

Want a job? Employers say: Talk to the computer

A day after her interview for a part-time job at Target last year, Dana Anthony got an email informing her she didn’t make the cut. Anthony didn’t know why — a situation common to most job seekers at one point or another. But she also had no sense at all of how the interview had gone, because her interviewer was a computer.