Democrats working to build early voting lead in Virginia; can the GOP close the gap on Election Day?
With less than a week to go until Election Day in Virginia, state officials say more than 13% of all voters have already cast ballots
Mike Leach's crusade against candy corn continues
Shortly after his Bulldogs chewed up and spit out Vanderbilt, Mississippi State coach Mike Leach turned his attention towards a tastier option: Halloween candy. Leach, equal parts national treasure and content machine, blew up social media late Saturday afternoon when he rattled off his favorite treats like they were five-star recruits, before cutting one Halloween favorite like a wanna-be walk-on.
Paul Pierce calls out Ben Simmons for getting kicked out of practice
76ers guard Ben Simmons’ antics have caused quite a stir, even amongst former players. You can go ahead and add Hall of Famer Paul Pierce to that list.
Kentucky high school investigating 'man pageant' event with lap dances, Hooters outifts
A Kentucky school district confirmed on Wednesday it is investigating social media posts of a homecoming event showing male teenagers in skimpy clothing giving lap dances to school staff, including the principal.
Prince Andrew scandal: Jeffrey Epstein, Virginia Giuffre settlement can be kept secret, judge rules
A 2009 settlement agreement between Jeffrey Epstein and longtime accuser Virginia Giuffre can be kept under seal as Britain’s Prince Andrew fights a lawsuit filed by the woman, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Giuffre claims the royal sexually assaulted her when she was underage.
MSNBC contributor warns Democrats aren't engaged in Virginia gubernatorial race: 'A real indicator of trouble'
MSNBC contributor Sam Stein painted a grave picture Wednesday for Democratic Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe’s chances at winning back his old job, citing a lack of engagement in the race amongst Democrats as a major concern.
Judge says men that Kyle Rittenhouse shot can't be called 'victims'
A courtroom debate Monday over the use of terms like “victim” and “arsonist” ahead of the trial Kyle Rittenhouse could foreshadow contentious proceedings when the hearing gets underway for the teen accused in a deadly shooting during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
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Boris Johnson thinks he doesn't need business. It's a huge gamble
Boris Johnson’s government has just laid out its annual tax and spending plans with a clear central theme: building back better after the pandemic.
Halyna Hutchins’ death ‘hurts’ father of camera operator killed on ‘Midnight Rider’: ‘We have more work to do’
Sarah Jones, 27, was a camera assistant on the never-finished movie “Midnight Rider,” based on the life of the Allman Brothers Band singer.
Stress from COVID-19 pandemic causing millennials to struggle with decision-making: survey
Stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic has made it harder for Americans to make basic decisions, according to a survey.
Virginia Tech player indicted in Tinder date's beating death
A suspended Virginia Tech linebacker accused in the fatal beating of a Tinder match has been indicted on a charge of second-degree murder.
Boeing's 737 Max problems are improving, but plenty of other issues loom
Boeing’s 737 Max troubles are improving, the company’s quarterly results released Wednesday showed — but it’s facing a host of other problems.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Biden's presidency is a disaster for America
We are approaching one year since the 2020 presidential election, and it is clearer than ever that policy matters, strength matters, and competency matters – not just style and tone.
Why Mitch McConnell caved to Donald Trump on Herschel Walker
As recently as this summer, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell appeared to have gross misgivings about the Senate candidacy of Herschel Walker in Georgia.
India, the world's third-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, rejects net zero emissions target
India on Wednesday rejected calls to announce a net zero carbon emissions target and said it was more important for the world to lay out a pathway to reduce such emissions and avert a dangerous rise in global temperatures.
Shocking Report: Instagram Targets Teen Girls with Anorexia Images
According to executives of Facebook, researchers “have found that Instagram barrages teen girls who have anorexia and other eating disorders with photos and videos of other afflicted girls.” This isn’t by accident, either. It’s a specific algorithm that recommends the content based on the interests of these young girls, like dieting and thinness.The images pushed to girls have a negative effect, causing them to fixate on the thinness of those in the images, and starve themselves to emulate th...Show more
Disney’s General Entertainment & Hulu Restructure Marketing, Creative & Communications Teams - Deadline
Disney’s General Entertainment & Hulu Restructure Marketing, Creative & Communications Teams
Mom and her boyfriend face charges after 3 children found abandoned in a Texas apartment with another child's remains
A Texas mother and her boyfriend have been charged after authorities found three young siblings abandoned in a home along with the decaying body of their brother, police said Tuesday.
US Capitol rioter with Proud Boys ties to plead guilty, lawyer says
A January 6 riot defendant with ties to the Proud Boys, who was recently profiled by CNN for promoting false-flag conspiracies about the insurrection, will plead guilty to a misdemeanor for illegally protesting in the Capitol building, his lawyer confirmed on Tuesday.