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Chuck E. Cheese Wants to Shred 7B Prize Tickets

Somewhere out there, there is a stash of Chuck E. Cheese prize tickets big enough to give one to everybody on the planet—and the company wants to have it destroyed. The children's restaurant chain, which applied for bankruptcy protection in June, has asked a bankruptcy court for permission to...

Schiff delays deposition of Homeland Security…

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says the committee is scheduled to depose a Department of Homeland Security whistleblower on Friday, pushing the closed-door testimony back four days due to a dispute with the Trump administration over his appearance

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The Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader…

The Legacy of , Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 1933, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born in Brooklyn, NY. . 1959, She graduated first in her class. After the birth of her first child, she transferred from Harvard Law to Columbia Law School. Ginsburg clerked under U.S. District Judge Edmund L. Palmieri for two years before joining the Columbia Project on International Civil Procedure. 1963, She began her career as a law professor, first at Rutgers and then at Columbia. While at Columbia, she became the first woman to earn tenure. . 1970s, She directed the Women’s Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union. While director of the project, she fought gender discrimination by arguing six cases in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. 1980 , President Jimmy Carter appointed her to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. She would serve on the court for 13 years. 1993, Ginsburg was appointed as Associate Justice to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton. She was the second woman ever named to the court. 1996, She wrote the majority opinion in the case United States v. Virginia. The case held that qualified women must be allowed admittance into the Virginia Military Institute. In her dissent for the case Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ginsburg called upon Congress to change the statute of limitations portion of the Title VII law. . The case dealt with equal pay for women whose qualifications match their male colleagues. 2009, Congress responded with the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. A copy of this act would hang on the wall of Justice Ginsburg's office. 2010, When Justice John Paul Stevens left the court in 2010, Ginsburg became the most senior liberal justice. Since then, she has become an icon and beacon of liberal causes, known in liberal circles as Notorious R.B.G. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 1933 — 2020

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Sisters Born in Embrace Separated

An 11-hour operation has separated conjoined sisters who were born with their arms around one another. Sarabeth and Amelia Irwin, who were born in June 2019, underwent the surgery Aug. 5 in Michigan, the Detroit Free Press reports. The girls are home now, crawling and adjusting to their independence. "Other...

Kylie Jenner: Neon Yellow Eyeliner

The makeup mogul's colorful two-toned eyeliner makes a seriously cool statement. Well folks, Kylie Jenner just officially took her love for neon up a notch. If you keep up with the beauty mogul's manicures, then you know she's already a huge fan of neon nails and is always experimenting with different ways of wearing them. The Kylie Cosmetics founder's longtime makeup artist and close friend, Ariel Tejada, kept both of the lines super-fine, as not to overwhelm the eye look.

Teddy threatens Bermuda as Beta tracks near Texas

After Teddy impacts Bermuda, it could set a course for Atlantic Canada. Meanwhile, Beta is expected to approach southern Texas in the coming days.

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Murkowski: 'My Position Has Not Changed' on Court…

First, Sen. Susan Collins . Now Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she's also against filling the Supreme Court vacancy before the election—a hotbutton issue that has America's political temperature in the red, the New York Times reports. "For weeks, I have stated that I would not support taking up a potential...

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Woman Shooting Snapchat Video Falls Out Into…

A woman gave freeway drivers a little surprise Saturday when she spilled out of a moving car while shooting a Snapchat video—right into the next lane, the Guardian reports. British police said her misadventure began at about 1:30am as she hung out of the front passenger door on...

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Ginsburg's impact on women spanned age groups…

Recent pop culture popularity aside, the impact that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had on women was profound, and spanned age groups and backgrounds

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Dr. Fauci Cites These 3 Things for an Optimal…

Dr. Fauci Cites , These 3 Things , for an Optimal Immune System. Beyond social distancing measures, hand-washing and wearing a mask, . White House task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci has three solid recommendations to keep your immune system healthy. 1. , "Get a reasonable amount of sleep.". The rule of thumb is that between seven and eight hours of sleep is necessary to keep your immune system healthy. 2. , "Get a good diet.". Foods that are rich in necessary vitamins and minerals will help your immune system to stay strong. 3, "Try to avoid or alleviate severe stress, which we know can sometimes impact the immune system.". Regular exercise, a consistent meditation practice and listening to your favorite music are just a few ways to mitigate and release stress

The Scenario in Which Kelly Could Stop Trump's…

"I believe the people elected to the presidency and Senate in November should fill this vacancy," Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly said in a statement Saturday about choosing the next US Supreme Court justice. Similar statements by other Senate candidates this fall wouldn't mean much, because they wouldn't take their seats...

TikTok Files Complaint Against Trump…

Although the clock is ticking, pardon the pun, TikTok is not going down without a fight. Per Bloomberg and Reuters, the video-sharing app and its Chinese parent company, Bytedance, filed a complaint in a Washington federal court on Friday aiming to block the Trump administration’s upcoming ban, which is set to take effect on Sept. 20. The ban, announced by the Commerce Department earlier that day, will prevent any new downloads or updates to the app in the U.S. as of Sunday but will continue to allow users to access the app until Nov. 12 if they already had it downloaded prior to Sept.

Cooler weather hangs around in Northeast

Northeast U.S. residents hoping for an early taste of fall will continue to get their wish through early this week. And some locations will continue to receive frosty conditions.

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A Big Wish for Schitt's Creek at Tonight's Emmys

The Emmys are tonight, and Rachel Simon is rooting for the underdog—albeit, an underdog that managed to rack up 15 nominations for its sixth and final season. She's lobbying for Schitt's Creek, the beloved Canadian sitcom that follows a family who lost their fortune and ends up forced to...

Prof Suspended After Saying 'I Hope They All Get…

West Virginia's Marshall University on Friday said it had put one of its assistant professors on administrative leave after she allegedly said in a virtual lecture that she hoped President Trump's supporters who forgo masks become infected with the coronavirus and die prior to the November election. The Hill reports...