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When Will Mail-In Ballots Actually Be Counted?

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a record number of voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail this year. In most states, election officials can even begin processing that influx of ballots in the weeks before Election Day. In Swing States, Officials Struggle To Process Ballots Early Due To Strict Local Laws But in a handful of ...

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McDonald’s Customer Holds Employee at Gunpoint Over Milkshake Dispute

Many people have left a McDonald’s location frustrated after employees claimed the ice cream machine was broken. But not many have physically threatened an employee over it. Police in Wichita, Kansas are looking for a man who allegedly pointed a handgun through the drive-thru window at a McDonald’s employee during a dispute over a milkshake, according to Crime Stoppers of ...

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Russia Preparing to Test Nuclear Weapons, Images Show

Images taken from the sky show Russia preparing to test out nuclear missiles at a previously abandoned launch site, according to reports. New satellite pictures, taken by Planet Labs, indicate that Russia is preparing to trial flights of its Burevestnik war-heads near the Arctic circle. The pictures, shared by researchers at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, indicate “high levels” ...

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Do You Have ‘Smartphone Pinky’?

While social media can be a fun distraction from our everyday lives, experts have warned of a strange side effect that some are experiencing due to high levels of smartphone usage. “Smartphone pinky” has swept the internet, with many people complaining that their pinky finger has developed an indent due to the way they hold their phone. TikTok and Twitter ...

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No, Trump Rallies Are Not ‘Superspreader’ Events

Thousands of enthusiastic supporters come to see Trump at his rallies. Each of these events ends up as another way to get hysterical about the coronavirus pandemic. Not only are many of the rally attendees maskless, but they don’t practice social distancing either. Does this mean hundreds, maybe thousands of rallygoers will test positive while infecting thousands of others? In ...

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Kim Kardashian Refuses to Badmouth President Trump After Their Work Together

Kim Kardashian revealed she had been warned that her reputation as a celebrity could be damaged if she associated with President Donald Trump on prison sentencing reform. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star famously visited the White House in 2018. She convinced the president to commute the sentence of Alice Johnson, a great-grandmother who was serving a life sentence ...

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Mike Tyson Leaves Viewers Worried in Incoherent Interview

Mike Tyson said ‘tiredness’ was the reason for a bizarre appearance on “Good Morning Britain.” The interview left some viewers questioning if he was high on drugs, and others concerned for his wellbeing. On an endless promotional tour ahead of his return to the ring, Tyson mumbled his way through an interview with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid during ...

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President Trump and Pelosi Haven’t Spoken in a Year

President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi haven’t spoken in an entire year, but they’ve still seized countless opportunities over the past 12 months to express their contempt for each other. The two last clashed face-to-face during a 20-minute meeting at the White House on October 16, 2019, according to CNN. The encounter, observed by more than a dozen ...

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Latinos May Hold the Answer to Election Winner

In Siler City, where poultry trucks scatter feathers on the roads, Janet Pulido knocked on doors in a heavily Latino mobile home park on a recent autumn weekend, hoping to get out the vote. At Interfood Plaza Latina in Raleigh, Sarahi Gonzalez held a sign in Spanish that read, “Register to vote here. Citizen? Over 18?” The first person the ...

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Women Don’t Want Sex as They Age? Study Finds That’s a Myth

According to new research that followed over 3,200 women for approximately 15 years, it’s a myth that women lose interest in sex as they enter midlife and beyond. “About a quarter of women rate sex as very important, regardless of their age,” said Dr. Holly Thomas, lead author of an abstract being presented during the 2020 virtual annual meeting of ...

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