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If there’s one sound all food lovers can identify, it’s the one of the refrigerator door being cracked open.  As it turns out, this skill appears to be honed quite early in life – at least for one 10-month-old TikTok star. In a video that’s been liked nearly one million times, user ambyrnicole_ caught her...
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More than 60,000 police and law enforcement officers were assaulted on the job in 2020 – up by more than 4,000 from the prior year, recent FBI statistics show.  There were 60,105 officers assaulted in the line of duty in 2020, with 30.9% of them – 18,568 – suffering injuries as a result, the FBI...
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President Biden’s pick to lead Customs and Border Protection (CBP) once faced allegations that he had discriminated against Black officers and made racist jokes at work – claims that were ultimately rejected by a jury and described by the nominee as “entirely bogus.” The lawsuit, which covered claims going back to 2006 and 2007 and...
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But it would take decisive action and regulations across federal and state governments, at a time when Democrats in Congress are struggling to come together and leverage their majority, and when the Biden administration’s regulatory actions risk being challenged in court. The nonpartisan Rhodium Group analyzed emissions reductions from several measures in the bills, including...
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Searches for “Squid Game costume” are outnumbering searches for other film and TV character costumes, according to a study conducted by Design Bundles. Though the show only debuted on the streaming service last month, Design Bundles found that costumes from the show had shot to the top of the costume charts, accounting for nearly one-third...
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In 2008, when Gates was still a Microsoft (MSFT) employee and chairman of the board, executives discovered emails sent a year earlier between him and a mid-level female employee in which he asked her to meet outside of work, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal Monday citing people familiar with the matter....
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The FBI confirmed law enforcement activity at the home of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska on Tuesday in the nation’s capital.  The FBI confirmed to Fox News that there was “court-authorized” law enforcement activity at Deripaska’s home in Washington, D.C. The spokeswoman did not provide additional details on the matter. A photo circulating on social media...
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Parents in China could soon find themselves in a timeout for their misbehaving kids under a proposed law that will also force them to teach youngsters to “love the party, nation, people and socialism,” according to reports.  China’s parliament is expected this week to consider a draft of the Family Education Promotion Law, which, if...
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and other members of the far-left “Squad” collectively spent nearly $100,000 on private security in the third financial quarter despite promoting the defund the police movement, according to FEC records reviewed by Fox News.  Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign spent over $10,000 on private policing with Cest Bond Collective, Three Bridges NY LLC and...
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A tense video has emerged appearing to show a British woman driving into a pair of climate protesters after pleading with them to stop blocking a road because her 11-year-old son “needs to get to school.”  The footage was posted Sunday on the Twitter account of Insulate Britain, a group that is calling on the...
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