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UK Tabloids Vent Anger at Harry and Meghan

While Americans seemed rather sympathetic to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday those across the pond aren't being quite as kind. CNN notes the "tumultuous" relationship the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have long had with the UK tabloids, which went to...

Protesters urge end to violence against women in…

Thousands of people joined a Women’s Day march in central Istanbul to denounce violence against women in Turkey, where more than 400 women were killed last year

Meet 'the world's weirdest bat'

Presenting 'the world's weirdest bat'

This Day in History: Michelangelo Is Born (Sat…

This Day in History:, Michelangelo Is Born. March 6, 1475. Considered the most talented of the Italian Renaissance artists, Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in Caprese, Italy. He was the second of five sons born into a family of modest means. During his teens, he would study fresco, classical sculpture and anatomy in Florence. He would go on to create some of the most famous works of art in history. including the sculpture of David. and the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, which consists of over 300 figures. The artist enjoyed significant wealth and fame during his life, and his legacy has endured for centuries

Fans Balk at Mumford & Sons Musician's Tweet on…

A member of the UK folk rock band Mumford & Sons is likely wishing he'd stuck to plucking and strumming after an online post earned him a record scratch over the weekend. On Saturday, Winston Marshall, the band's guitarist and banjo player, put up a tweet praising Andy Ngo, a...

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Ice road proves successful for Minnesota's…

Businesses in Minnesota’s Northwest Angle have struggled since the border closed. This winter, they took matters into their own hands and built a 22-mile-long ice road.

The Fallout (Teaser Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'The Fallout' starring Shailene Woodley, Julie Bowen, Jenna Ortega, Maddie Ziegler, John Ortiz

5th GOP Senator Says He'll Retire

Roy Blunt on Monday became the fifth Republican senator to announce that he's calling it quits. The 71-year-old Missouri lawmaker said in a tweeted video that he will not seek reelection in 2022. Axios notes that Blunt is the fourth-ranking Republican in the Senate, and it ticks off the previous...

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Limbaugh's Death Certificate Has a 6-Word Boast

In life, Rush Limbaugh used to famously intone that he had "talent on loan from God." In death, the big claims persist. TMZ has discovered that his death certificate lists his occupation as "greatest radio host of all time." The site notes that Limbaugh's widow, Kathryn, provided information about her...

Yellen says women face many obstacles in…

Janet Yellen, the first woman to head the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury Department, says women seeking to pursue careers in economics face a number of obstacles from the way beginning economics courses are taught to overly aggressive questioning questions in college seminars

Woman adopted senior dog that was chained for 15…

Woman adopts senior dog that was chained for 15 years

Happy Birthday, Shaq! (Sat., Mar. 6)

Happy Birthday, Shaq!. Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal turns 49 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the athlete-turned-sports analyst. 1. He was already over six feet tall when he was just 10 years old. 2. Shaq was named Player of the Week during his debut week in the NBA. 3. His debut album, 'Shaq Diesel,' went platinum. 4. Shaq has a doctorate in education. 5. After destroying the backboard multiple times, the NBA made breaking the basket ring or backboard a technical foul. Happy Birthday, Shaq!

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Health Experts Offer Good News on Vaccines, but…

It was a banner weekend for coronavirus vaccinations in America, with the CDC administering a record number of shots. Per an agency data tracker, those numbers include 2.9 million vaccinations on Saturday and 2.4 million on Sunday, reports CNBC . That comes after nearly 2.5 million people were...

The Mars Perseverance Rovers Finally Took Its…

Stormy for much of California as week begins

Umbrellas will be needed across parts of California and the Desert Southwest as a new storm system moves onshore.

My True Fairytale

Trailer for 'My True Fairytale' starring Emma Kennedy, BJ Mitchell, Morgan Lindholm, Juliana Destefano, Hector Hugo

Harry and Meghan's Bombshell Oprah Interview Drops

Twitter was going wild after Oprah Winfrey's sit-down with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aired Sunday night. Some popular themes included how proud Princess Diana would be of her son, how much fodder the interview contained for Netflix's The Crown , how bizarre it is that the royal family seems more...

Cancel Eminem? Rapper Responds With 'Tone Deaf'

A recent campaign on TikTok aimed to cancel Eminem, with Gen Z users of the social media service pointing out problematic lyrics like those of "Love the Way You Lie," which, they argue per NBC News , glorifies domestic violence. But Eminem will not be canceled. The rapper responded by releasing...

Pope Francis to visit Hungary in September…

The cardinal of Hungary’s Roman Catholic Church says Pope Francis will travel to Budapest in September where he will participate in the closing mass of a multiday, international Catholic gathering

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This Day in History: Alexander Graham Bell…

This Day in History: , Alexander Graham Bell Patents the Telephone. March 7, 1876. Born in Scotland, Bell relocated to Boston after he worked with the deaf in London. Through his work at Boston's Pemberton Avenue School for the Deaf, Bell began to develop the ideas that would lead to the invention. Seeking to improve upon the then-cutting edge telegraph technology, Bell sought to create a "harmonic telegraph.". He wanted to combine the long-distance communication abilities of the telegraph with the sound-producing abilities of the record player. Working with Thomas A. Watson, the inventors created a device that used an electric current to transmit sound. Days after the patent approval, the first message carried by telephone was Bell's famous request, "Mr. Watson, come here, I need you."

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Here's What It Will Say on the Obama Presidential…

The Obama Foundation on Sunday revealed the passage that will be inscribed on the outside of the Obama Presidential Center when it opens in Chicago, ABC 7 reports. Per the Week , the words are from then-President Obama's 2015 speech in Selma, Ala., on the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. "You...

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Warmup to expand from Central states to Northeast

Millions have already gotten a taste of spring over the past couple of days and the warmth is now making its way to the Northeast.