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Politics May 5, 2021
Piers Morgan Erupts At Meghan Markle AGAIN Calling Her New Children’s Book “Ludicrously Inappropriate”

Piers Morgan adds another layer of hatred towards Meghan Markle, regarding her new children's book titled, 'The Bench.' The story focuses on the unique bond shared between father and child, viewed through…

Politics May 4, 2021
An Extravagant Starbucks Order Sparks Conversation Between Baristas’ Least Favorite Orders

While most of order a cappuccino or an iced coffee at our local coffee shops, we all know someone who loves to make their drink very extravagant with several add-ins like extra-whip,…

Politics May 3, 2021
Verizon Sells Yahoo And AOL For $5 Billion To A Private Equity Company

Verizon announced on Monday that they have agreed to sell Yahoo and AOL to the private equity firm, Apollo Global Management for $5 billion. In a statement, it was mentioned that Verizon…

Politics April 30, 2021
Ted Cruz’s Sleeping Habits Cause Twitter Outrage

Ted Cruz was trending on Twitter due to a video that showed him falling asleep while at a Biden’s joint address. People across Twitter complained about Cruz’s actions, particularly due to Cruz…

Politics April 29, 2021

If you've dabbled in your fair share of memes, there's a very good chance you're familiar with "Disaster Girl."  The photo of a little girl smiling devilishly in front of a…

Politics April 28, 2021

TW: This article brings up sexual assault and battery. Hip Hop superstar, Kodak Black, has been sentenced to 18 months probation after pleading guilty to charges of assault and battery of…

Politics April 28, 2021

New York Post reporter Laura Italiano has handed her resignation to the newspaper after being asked to write an incorrect story about Kamala Harris. The story lies behind the reporter's claim…

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“Founding Fathers” Debate Feuds on Twitter Arguing What the Leaders of Our Country Wanted

When Mike Rounds, a South Dakota senator, tweeted about how the Founding Fathers wouldn't approve of Washington DC's rise to statehood, he prompted thousands of responses from Twitter users on what the Founders would approve of. The result was not pretty.

When Mike Rounds, a South Dakota senator, tweeted about how the Founding Fathers wouldn't approve of Washington DC's rise to statehood, he prompted thousands of responses from Twitter users on what the Founders would approve of. The result was not pretty.

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People Online Pay Tribute to The Fukushima Disaster A Decade Later

A decade later, people online remember the Fukushima earthquake by sharing stories about the event and giving their condolences to the survivors, with the legacy of one of the worst nuclear disasters still being dealt with today.

A decade later, people online remember the Fukushima earthquake by sharing stories about the event and giving their condolences to the survivors, with the legacy of one of the worst nuclear disasters still being dealt with today.