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Teacher Resigns After School District Slams Her BLM Curriculum

A Michigan teacher resigned after school district officials slammed her Black Lives Matter curriculum suggestions for Black History Month. For three years, special education teacher Katelyn Thomas has taught grades one through five. She says that she suggested the Black Lives Matter curriculum to Mason Public School district leaders in …

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Tiger Woods Says Outpouring Of Support Is “Hard To Explain”

Tiger Woods Talks Wrongful death

Tiger Woods is thanking his fellow golfers and fans following a serious car accident that left him with several leg injuries. On Sunday night, the 45-year-old golf pro expressed his gratitude on Twitter for the many well wishes he received after news broke of the car wreck. “It is hard …

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Texas Electricity Firm Files For Bankruptcy After Winter Storm Blackouts

Texas’s biggest and oldest electric power cooperative filed for bankruptcy protection in federal court in Houston on Monday, citing a $1.8 billion bill from the state’s grid operator as the cause. Brazos Electric Power Cooperative Inc, which serves over 660,000 customers throughout Texas, is one of the thousands of companies …

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Facebook Announces New App For Aspiring Rappers Called “Bars”

Facebook has announced its new TikTok-like platform, “BARS,” where users can freestyle over a selection of beats. The app allows you to record videos capped at 60 seconds in length and shared across all social media platforms once made in the program. Users may use the app to reward especially …

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What To Watch In March On Netflix and Amazon Prime

Netflix has left us with a small selection of new TV series/movies to choose from for March, and I just want to know why there was an increase in my bill? On March 1st, the streaming service has added a documentary on legendary rapper The Notorious B.I.G. called “Biggie: I Got …

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