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‘I Don’t Want Them Here At All,’ Asian-American GOP Candidate Says About Chinese Immigrants

A Republican candidate seeking to replace the late Ron Wright in Congress has unleashed a blistering attack against China and potential Chinese immigrants.

Asteroid Dust Found In Crater Closes Case Of Dinosaur Extinction

However, a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found evidence that suggests the mass extinction was caused by a different mechanism, which was also caused by the massive impact that created the Chicxulub crater: meteor dust.

Bones dating back to ice age found in Las Vegas backyard

The animal bones were discovered during the construction of a pool and are between 6,000 and 14,000 years old. LAS VEGAS — A couple in Las Vegas said they will have to wait to continue building their pool after construction crews unearthed a set of bones dating back to Earth's most recent ice age.

Defanged and Declawed LION Seized By Authorities From Home After Owner Tried To Turn...

Cambodian police officers have seized a defanged and declawed 'pet' lion that appeared in several TikTok videos taken at a villa in Phnom Penh.

Watch: ESPN soccer host crushed by giant TV set, miraculously avoids major injury

Watch: ESPN soccer host crushed by giant TV set, miraculously avoids major injury Carlos Orduz can hopefully laugh it off after surviving one of the most terrifying moments in live sports television history.

Serial Rapist Accused Of Using Fake Ghost Hunts To Sexually Assault Women All Over...

A 46-year-old Houston man, who also used to be a peace officer, is accused of luring women to go "ghost hunting" in remote locations before sexually assaulting them. It's feared he may have victims in several area counties and cities.

California construction workers find 2 people living in cave

Construction workers rebuilding a bridge in the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday unexpectedly found two people living in a cave dug into an embankment, authorities said.

Ohio announces 1st $1 million Vax-a-Million lottery winner

A southwestern Ohio woman won the state’s first $1 million Vax-a-Million vaccination incentive prize, while a Dayton-area teen was awarded the first full-ride college scholarship offered by the program, the state announced Wednesday night.

After years, court hands tax win to Michael Jackson heirs

A U.S. tax court has handed a major victory to the estate of Michael Jackson in a years-long battle.

GRAPHIC: ‘I just killed my son after hearing voices,’ Parma, Ohio dad tells 911...

A five-year-old boy was murdered Thursday afternoon and police said the child’s father is under arrest and charged with aggravated murder.

Rapper Bhad Bhabie joins OnlyFans, earns $1M in just 6 hours

Rapper Bhad Bhabie launched her OnlyFans account after she turned 18. The “Cash Me Outside” girl claimed she made more than $1 million in just six hours. “Not bad for 6 hours ? we broke the f–k out of that onlyfans record,” she captioned a screenshot of her gross revenue.

“The status of being male or female is given by God, is not determined...

A Colorado baker who won a partial victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple violated the state’s anti-discrimination law by refusing to make a birthday cake for a transgender woman, a state judge has ruled.

KCBS-TV Accidentally Broadcasts Internal Zoom Meeting During ‘CBS This Morning’

According to sources, a KCBS control room employee hit a wrong button and put an internal Zoom meeting on air during a 30-second window that is meant to be for a local weather report.

Graffiti or homage? Hi-tech imaging sheds light on Holy Sepulchre wall crosses

Crosses etched in mysterious abundance across the walls of Christianity’s most sacred church were long assumed to be graffiti, but they may be the work of mediaeval masons paid to carve them by pilgrims, research suggests.

Howard University will name its College of Fine Arts after Chadwick Boseman

News of the college's renaming comes just after the university announced that actor Phylicia Rashad would be returning as the new dean of the College of Fine Arts.
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