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Jussie Smollett to Learn His Fate in March for Hate Crime Hoax

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Disgraced actor Jussie Smollett will finally learn his fate after being found guilty of faking a hate crime. The former “Empire” star will be sentenced on March 10th after being found guilty on five counts of felony disorderly conduct for making false reports, claiming that he was the victim of …

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Kentucky Man Who Stole 100 Pairs of Women’s Underwear Arrested

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A Kentucky man is facing numerous charges after he was found in possession of about 100 stolen pairs of women’s underwear and bras. John Hawkins III, 36, was arrested and charged with seven counts of burglary in connection with burglaries that took place last summer. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office …

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El Chapo’s Sentence Upheld in Federal Appeals Court

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Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s conviction was upheld by a federal appeals court on Tuesday.  Guzman had asked the court to overturn his conviction for multiple reasons. He cited the strict conditions of his confinement before his trial as a reason. He felt this left him inadequately prepared for trial. …

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Oreo Announces New Line Of Frozen Treats

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Oreo announced it is releasing a new line of frozen products, called Oreo Frozen Treats. But unlike other cookies and cream products, Oreo’s treats will serve up an authentic Oreo cookie taste. They use a creme-flavored base and are filled with pieces of real Oreo cookies. Oreo Bars feature a creme-flavored …

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Monoclonal Antibody Sites in Florida to Temporarily Close Down After FDA Limits Use of Two Treatments; Shown to be Ineffective Against Omicron Variant

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Sites for monoclonal antibody treatments have been closed down until further notice after it was found that they don’t work against COVID-19‘s Omicron variant. On Monday, the Florida Department of Health announced on Twitter that it would temporarily be shutting down all monoclonal antibody sites after finding that they don’t …

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States Take Google to Court Over ‘Deceptive Location Tracking’

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On Monday, Washington D.C., Indiana, Texas, and Washington State filed a lawsuit against Google, alleging that the tech company deceptively collected information from users who believed they had disabled tracking.  “Google falsely led consumers to believe that changing their account and device settings would allow customers to protect their privacy and …

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