Juice WRLD Hauntingly Raps About Drugs ‘Killing’ Him On New Song Released 7 Mos. After His Death By OD

Seven months after Juice WLRD tragically died from a drug overdose, his posthumous album, ‘Legends Never Die,’ is here, and fans can’t stop talking about the haunting track, ‘Wishing Well.’ There are 21 songs on Juice WRLD’s posthumous album, Legends Never Die. However, one track that fans are buzzing about the most is “Wishing Well,” as it […]

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‘The Crown’ gets 6th season, taking show into the early 2000s

More than five months after revealing “The Crown” will end after season five, Netflix has said its hit show about Britain’s Royal Family will, in fact, extend to a sixth season that will take the series into the early 2000s. The streaming giant announced the change of plans on Twitter on Thursday, highlighting that creator […]

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Shepard Smith: 5 things To Know About Former Fox News Host Who’s Headed To CNBC

After announcing his departure from Fox News nine months ago, after over two decades on the job, Shepard Smith is now joining rival network CNBC. Here’s what you need to know. UPDATE, 7/8/20, 3:30pm ET: CNBC announced that Shepard Smith will anchor a new one-hour evening news show starting in Fall 2020, called The News […]

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Shohei Ohtani has tough day, but remains optimistic

For months during baseball’s coronavirus-induced shutdown, Angels star star Shohei Ohtani worked on his craft in near seclusion. He came to Angel Stadium to work out in small groups. When he was finally given clearance to pitch at full effort after about 18 months rehabbing his elbow, he threw live batting practice to teammates Tommy […]

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Investors Start to Ask: What if Biden Becomes President?

After months of fixating on the pandemic, Wall Street has something new to worry about: a possible Biden presidency. With the latest polls suggesting that former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has built a commanding lead over President Trump in the 2020 race, investors have begun to take into account that the not-too-distant future […]

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Dodgers aren’t devaluing World Series title in coronavirus-shortened season

For three months, as Major League Baseball’s owners and the players’ union snapped public jabs at each other, an uncomfortable reality was again exposed. MLB, above all, is a business, the same as other major professional sports leagues. And before a 2020 season was staged, figuring out how to divide billions of dollars was a […]

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Americans divided on who’s more mentally and physically fit for presidency: poll

For months, President Trump and his allies have questioned whether 77-year-old Democratic challenger Joe Biden has lost his mental sharpness and whether the former vice president has the stamina to serve as the nation’s commander in chief. But a new national poll suggests that slightly more Americans are confident of Biden’s mental and physical abilities […]

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Angelina Jolie Takes Daughter Vivienne, 11, Out Shopping After Recent Visit From Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie has been photographed out for the first time after several months in quarantine, wearing a mask and gloves along with daughter Vivienne on a shopping trip. It comes a week after ex Brad Pitt paid her a rare home visit. She’s back! Angelina Jolie going on shopping runs with her kids had been […]

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Biden says he’s eager to compare ‘cognitive ability’ against Trump’s

Joe Biden, at his first press conference in three months, defended his cognitive ability and said he “can hardly wait” to compare it to President Trump’s as the general election matchup heats up. “I’ve been tested, I’m constantly tested,” Biden said in response to a question from Fox News’ Doug McKelway. “Look, all you’ve got to do […]

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Why Republicans are starting to worry about 2020

With everything going on in the world, the past few months have proven difficult for President Donald Trump, and in turn, the Republican Party. Chris Cillizza explains why the Democrats’ widening gap is starting to worry Republicans ahead of November. SOURCES AND FURTHER READING: The electoral map is tilting badly against Donald Trump right now […]

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What Americans Need to Know About Europe’s Travel Ban

On July 1, after months of lockdown, European nations will begin to open their borders to nonessential travelers coming from a select list of countries in which the Covid-19 pandemic has been deemed sufficiently under control. The United States is not on the list. Moreover, the U.S. State Department continues to advise U.S. citizens to […]

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FedEx pilot detained in China released, reunited with family: report

The Chinese Communist Party released a FedEx pilot who had been held for nine months on charges that he was smuggling ammunition, according to a report. Todd Hohn, a retired US Air Force colonel, was detained on Sept. 12 by Communist Chinese officials while waiting for a commercial flight in Guangzhou after flying deliveries for […]

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Venezuela sanctions set off fight for ‘plundered’ oil cargo

MIAMI — For two months, the Malta-flagged oil tanker Alkimos has been quietly floating off the Gulf Coast of Texas, undisturbed by the high-stakes legal fight playing out in a federal courtroom as a result of American sanctions on Venezuela. The commercial dispute, which hasn’t been previously reported, has all the drama of a pirate […]

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After Setbacks, a Surprising Win for the Abortion-Rights Movement

WASHINGTON — After months of dire warnings about the impending end of abortion access in the United States, the abortion-rights movement was handed a surprise victory by the Supreme Court on Monday. The 5-to-4 striking down of a Louisiana law was a clear win for the abortion-rights movement, and, at least for now, preserved the […]

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‘Feeling Like Death’: Inside a Houston Hospital Bracing for a Virus Peak

HOUSTON — Melissa Estrada had tried to be so careful about the coronavirus. For months she kept her three children at home, and she always wore a mask at the grocery store. She and her daughter even stitched face coverings for relatives and friends. But over the weekend Ms. Estrada, 37, was fighting the virus […]

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Lil Wayne Sends Love To Vanessa Bryant While Paying Homage To Kobe During BET Awards Tribute

Five months after the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, the BET Awards celebrated the legacy of the NBA Icon with a heartfelt tribute from one of his biggest fans, Lil Wayne. Though the COVID-19 pandemic and death of George Floyd has dominated headlines for the first half of the year, the world still hasn’t forgotten […]

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Hickenlooper Stumbles in Colorado Race, Complicating Democrats’ Senate Push

KREMMLING, Colo. — For months, Democrats have figured that Colorado’s U.S. Senate race, a linchpin of their strategy to take back the majority in November, was essentially in the bag, with the Republican incumbent Cory Gardner trailing by double digits behind their candidate John Hickenlooper, the well-liked and well-known former two-term governor and Denver mayor. […]

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After Functioning for 28 Days, U.S. Election Regulator Will Be Powerless Again

As the 2020 campaign enters its final months, the independent regulator of America’s elections will once again be without enough commissioners to do its job starting in July. One of the Federal Election Commission’s four current members, Caroline C. Hunter, a Republican, submitted a letter of resignation to President Trump on Friday, just weeks after […]

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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to invalidate Obamacare

In the midst of a global pandemic with the presidential election just months away, the Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, the landmark health care law that enabled millions of Americans to get insurance coverage and that remains in effect despite the pending legal challenge. #CNN #News

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Rayshard Brooks struggled in system but didn’t hide his past

Rayshard Brooks didn’t hide his history. About five months before he was killed by Atlanta police in a Wendy’s parking lot — before his name and case would become the latest rallying point in a massive call for racial justice and equality nationwide — Brooks gave an interview to an advocacy group about his years […]

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Katy Perry Puts Her Baby Bump On Display During Fun Performance For ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’

With less than two months to go until she gives birth, Katy Perry gave an epic virtual performance in honor of Pride Month and COVID-19 relief on June 25 that got us dancing! Katy Perry, 35, took part in iHeartRadio’s Can’t Cancel Pride: A COVID-19 Relief Benefit For the LGBTQ+ Community on June 25. The […]

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Five Months After Celebrating the Economy in Wisconsin, Trump Returns to a Different Place

Five months ago, President Trump fired up thousands of fans at a campaign rally in Milwaukee with a boastful question for a state he barely won in 2016: “How are your 401(k)’s doing?” he bellowed. “In Wisconsin, the unemployment rate has reached its lowest level in history,” the president told the crowd, betraying his confidence […]

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