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Family of Murdered Cyclist Sue Killer for $1 Million

The family of murdered cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson filed a $1 million wrongful death lawsuit against her killer, Kaitlin Armstrong, who is currently incarcerated...

Why Millions of Americans are Receiving $4800 Social Security Check

There are millions of people in the U.S. who may have already received a surprise check from Social Security worth as much as $4,800. Social...

Drew Barrymore Interviews Kamala Harris, Asks Her to Be ‘Momala of the Country’

Drew Barrymore has interviewed Vice President Kamala Harris and been denounced by some commentators as cringeworthy. Barrymore, known for odd behavior with guests such as sitting...

Trump Campaign Slams Presidential Debate Schedule

The Trump campaign hit back at the Commission on Presidential Debates last Tuesday after the Commission confirmed that it would keep to the current...

Quentin Tarantino Axes ‘The Movie Critic,’ Film Rumored to Be His Final One

Quentin Tarantino  "went back to the drawing board" in an effort to determine the plot of his tenth and, presumably, last picture. He plans...

Farmer Accused Of Cannibalism For Insane Reason

In America, the socioeconomic divide between the affluent and the poor continues to widen. Indeed, the middle class of the United States has been...

Russia Suffers MORE Huge Losses In Black Sea

Ukraine reports that two Russian amphibious ships have been lost in the Black Sea, the most recent high-profile casualty count for the Russian fleet...

Japanese Prime Minister Apologizes After Corruption Scandal

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has apologized to his country and Parliament over a corruption scandal that has rocked his government. Prosecutors have indicted three lawmakers...

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