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Is Khloe Kardashian Indubitably Falling for a Pandemic Promise Ring?

Is Khloe Kardashian Indubitably Falling for a Pandemic Promise Ring?

This is an opinion. Khloe Kardashian has been cheated on several times by her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Tristan Thompson. The two have gotten back together during the pandemic. Thompson took it a step further recently by buying Khloe a diamond ‘promise ring.’ Will that be enough for her to forget the past? Probably, she is…...

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Busta Rhymes Recounts Story Eminem Collab – Deliver Rappers, Take Notes

Busta Rhymes Recounts Story Eminem Collab – Deliver Rappers, Take Notes

This is an opinion. Busta Rhymes recently recounted the story of his collaboration with Eminem in 2014. The two rappers went back and forth, upping their verses on “Calm Down.” What if today’s mumble rappers took the same type of pride in their craft? Busta Rhymes is serious about emceeing. In 2014, he met his…...

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Eminem Is Wait on & Insecure as Ever With Fresh Diss to Machine Gun Kelly

Eminem Is Wait on & Insecure as Ever With Fresh Diss to Machine Gun Kelly

This is an opinion. Eminem released his latest album, ‘Music To Be Murdered By – Side B,’ last week. As usual, he disses as many people on the record as possible, including his former ‘enemy’ Machine Gun Kelly. Whether it’s his fragile ego or a lame attention grab, Em’s latest attack does not paint him…...

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Failure to vet info, informant might maybe well also luxuriate in led to PNP-PDEA shootout — Lacson

Failure to vet info, informant might maybe well also luxuriate in led to PNP-PDEA shootout — Lacson

Franco Luna (Philstar.com) - February 28, 2021 - 12:37am MANILA, Philippines — Members of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agencies and the Philippine National Police who failed to vet information before launching operations that led to a shootout earlier this week should be held accountable for any lapses, a senator who used to head the PNP said.  Personnel…...

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Original Mexico goes to courtroom over gradual cleanup at US nuclear lab

Original Mexico goes to courtroom over gradual cleanup at US nuclear lab

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is going after the federal government for failing to make progress on cleaning up contamination left behind by decades of bomb-making and nuclear research at one of the nation’s premier labs as concerns mount over plans to resume production of key components for the U.S. nuclear arsenal.In a civil…...

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Virginia lawmakers vote to legalize marijuana in 2024

Virginia lawmakers vote to legalize marijuana in 2024

Sen. Jeremy McPike, D-Prince William, left, Sen. Louise Lucas, D-Portsmouth, center and Sen. Adam Ebbin, D-Alexandria, right, confer on marijuana legislation before the floor session of the Virginia Senate, which is meeting inside the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond, Va., Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP)RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia lawmakers gave…...

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Biden: Unlawful Immigrants Must restful Be Able to Rating Vaccine with out Terror of ICE

Biden: Unlawful Immigrants Must restful Be Able to Rating Vaccine with out Terror of ICE

A healthcare worker receives a dose of the Moderna vaccine in San Diego, Calif., December 22, 2020. (Bing Guan/Reuters) President Biden said Friday that illegal immigrants in the U.S. should be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine without fear of being targeted by U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). “I want to make sure they…...

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Healthcare supplier One Clinical barred from COVID vaccine distribution in some California counties after giving it to ineligible folk

Healthcare supplier One Clinical barred from COVID vaccine distribution in some California counties after giving it to ineligible folk

Dozens of ineligible young people got the coronavirus vaccine ahead of older, more susceptible groups in California. Staffers at One Medical, a healthcare company, gave the vaccine to people who didn't meet the 65-or-older threshold for receiving one. Staffers who administered the vaccine to ineligible young people have been fired, ABC News reported. Visit the…...

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