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Ryan Zinke Put Interior Department Loyalist In Charge Of Public Records Requests

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has put political appointee Daniel Jorjani in charge of overseeing all public information requests sent to the agency. Jorjani once told Interior colleagues that their job is ultimately to protect Zinke from ethics probes and bad press. Daniel Jorjani, Interior’s principal deputy solicitor and a former adviser for Charles and David Koch, takes over as the chief ...
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Texas High School Has 6 Sets Of Twins Playing Basketball

Twins Are Multiplying Nope, you don’t need an eye exam — you really are seeing double. According to a recent CDC report, the birth rate for twins has increased a whopping 76 per cent since 1980. In fact, one in every 30 babies born in 2009 was a twin (compared to 1980, when the rate was one baby in every ...
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Kevin McCarthy Says Democrats Shouldn’t Spend A Lot Of Time Investigating Trump

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) urged Democrats not to dwell on investigating President Donald Trump once they assume the majority next year because “America is too great of a nation to have such a small agenda.” “I think there’s other problems out there we really should be focused upon. My belief is let’s see where we can work together ...
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Joy Behar Jokes That Trump May Be Innocent, But ‘Individual-1’ Certainly Isn’t

Special counsel Robert Mueller and prosecutors for the Southern District of New York released some incriminating documents Friday that implicate President Donald Trump in at least one federal crime ― and it seems like the hosts of ABC’s “The View” were waiting all weekend to sound off. “I have to admit I’m not convinced that Trump is guilty of committing a ...
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Cockroaches Are Becoming Big Business In China

(Reuters) - In the near pitch-dark, you can hear them before you see them - millions of cockroaches scuttling and fluttering across stacks of wooden boards as they devour food scraps by the tonne in a novel form of urban waste disposal. The air is warm and humid - just as cockroaches like it - to ensure the colonies keep ...
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Jason Momoa Is Not Happy You Think He Has ‘Poopsie Pants’

The world thinks Jason Momoa has “poopsie pants,” and he’s not happy about it.  Momoa stars in the new James Wan–directed solo superhero movie “Aquaman,” which hits theaters in December. It is his third time in the role of Arthur Curry/Aquaman, co-starring this time with Amber Heard as fellow superhero/his love interest, Mera, and Patrick Wilson as Orm/Aquaman’s villain half ...
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Transgender Boxer Wins His First Fight Against Another Man

When boxer Patricio Manuel hit his opponent Hugo Aguilar at a Saturday night match in Indio, California, he also was punching his way through societal barriers. The 33-year-old Manuel’s win over Aguilar marked the culmination of a six-year journey to become the first transgender male boxer in U.S. history. “I wouldn’t trade any of it. It was worth everything I went through ...
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‘BrightBurn’ Is A Superman Origin Story Reimagined As A Horror Film

Most of us are familiar with Superman’s feel-good origin story at this point. An alien child lands on Earth, is raised by a human couple, and then grows up with special abilities he uses to help others. But that story doesn’t feel quite so good in the new film “BrightBurn,” which features an alien child who’s decidedly more sinister. The James ...
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FBI Announces Arrests Of Two People Allegedly Plotting Separate Terror Attacks

Two Toledo-area residents have been arrested for allegedly plotting separate terror attacks, officials from the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office of Northern Ohio announced at a press conference Monday morning. Elizabeth Lecron, 23, was arrested Monday morning and is accused of plotting an attack at a Toledo bar, officials said. She was arrested on charges of transporting of explosives ...
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NBA Dancers Reveal Culture Of ‘Brainwashing,’ Unfair Pay And Eating Disorders

Of all the things that Lauren Herington remembers about her year as an NBA dancer, it’s the broom closet that rattles her most. “My coach would make me sit in there before games and think about if I was doing everything to be able to lose weight,” Lauren, a dancer for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2013 to 2014, recalls for ...
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