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Simon Cowell Breaks Back In Electric Bicycle Accident

Simon Cowell was in surgery for six hours on Saturday after breaking his back in a horrible bike crash. Sources told Page Six that the “America’s Got Talent” star, 60, is now in “recovery and asleep.” “He had to have a big surgery, he’s got a number of breaks and has had to have a metal rod put into his ...

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Time to Quit Huawei and Tik Tok

By Larry Horist The second most popular app in the world is the Chinese Tik Tok.  It has become wildly popular with the younger generation here in America – and elsewhere around the world.  But that Chinese ownership is a problem. Now let’s face facts.  The Chinese do not only steal highly technical intellectual property, but they abuse it –weaponizing ...

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NBA’s Virus ‘Snitch Hotline’ Lights Up

The NBA’s move to install a “snitch hotline” sent social media into a spin when it was first announced, but now it’s reportedly getting a working over. An anonymous hotline was set up for players to report their peers who they suspect may be breaking the rules inside the bubble in Florida’s Disney World. Several incidents have already raised eyebrows ...

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Brazil’s President Has Virus, US Starts WHO Withdrawal

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has consistently downplayed the risks of coronavirus, announced Tuesday he has tested positive, as the United States — the nation hardest hit by the pandemic — formally launched its withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO). The UN health agency meanwhile acknowledged that there was “emerging evidence” of airborne transmission of COVID-19, which has infected ...

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CNN Picked the Wrong Person to Interview about Police and BLM

What’s a CNN host to do when confronted with a guest who doesn’t accept The Narrative? In the case of Don Lemon interviewing former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, the answer is: tell him to “keep it down,” refuse to listen to what he is saying, and then abruptly cut him off. It’s not as if they are interested in ...

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Alabama Students Throwing Parties To Infect Classmates

Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 have been attending parties in the city and surrounding area as part of what is being described as a disturbing contest to see who can catch the virus first, a city council member told ABC News on Wednesday. Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry said students have been organizing “COVID parties” ...

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Zoom’s Latest Security Issues

Back in March as the coronavirus pandemic gathered steam in the U.S., a largely unheralded video-conferencing service suddenly found itself in the spotlight. And just as quickly as Zoom became a household name for connecting work colleagues, church and school groups, friends, family, book clubs and others during stay-at-home lockdowns, it also gained a reputation for lax security as intrusive ...

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July 4th Could Be Tipping Point For Outbreak

Doctors say that this Fourth of July weekend will be a ‘tipping point’ in the U.S. coronavirus outbreak as they warn that it is ‘crucial’ people don’t gather in large groups. The holiday weekend comes just as authorities in several states are closing up bars and other drinking establishment for the second time as the country continues to see record ...

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Nightmare scenarios: How Korean War 2 could ignite

Thursday, June 25, 2020, marks the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of one of the world’s cruelest and deadliest post-war conflicts, the Korean War. In South Korea, there were no parades and little flag waving, for June 25 is a tragic date that does not merit celebration. It marks the 1950 North Korean invasion that initiated a vortex of carnage ...

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