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Beloved ‘The Flying Nun’ Star Dies At 95

The Emmy nominated actress appeared on 80 episodes of "The Flying Nun" as well as several hit movies.

Actor From 'Unforgiven' And 'In The Heat Of The…

The lanky character actor who played sleazy, menacing types in such films as 'In the Heat of the Night', 'Unforgiven' and 'High Plains Drifter' has died.

Animal Sighting Almost Too Rare To Be Believed

Wildlife officials struggled to believe a woman's claim — until she presented a photo.

Farmer's Killing Was 'Incomprehensible' — Until…

A small community has spent nearly 30 years searching for answers in a farmer's brutal killing.

Theme Park Forbids Screaming On Rides

Guests at one amusement park will soon be able to enjoy their favorite terrifying rides, but there's a catch --

Big Consequences For White Woman Who Called Cops…

The news came a day after a viral video drew outrage from all directions.

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Zuckerberg Backs Trump In Fight Against Twitter

Facebook's creator is siding with the president in his fight against Twitter after his tweets began getting the fact-check treatment.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

The veteran TV and film actor died on Tuesday of complications from cancer. He was 87.

In Massachusetts, a 'Really Exciting' Bald Eagle…

For the first time in 115 years, a bald eagle nest with eggs has been spotted on Cape Cod. The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has reported a "dramatic uptick" in active bald eagle nests this spring, with more than 70 seen across the state, reports CNN . Nine of...

Warrant: Police find remains of second child in…

Court records say the remains of a second child that belonged to a Tennessee couple facing abuse charges have been found buried in a yard

Roger Stone Has Until The End Of June To Report…

Roger Stone reportedly has until the end of June to surrender himself and begin his forty-month prison sentence.

This Day in History: John F. Kennedy Is Born

This Day in History: John F. Kennedy Is Born May 29, 1917 The future U.S. President was born in Brookline, MA. At the time of his birth, the Kennedys were already a prominent and politically active American family. As a young man, Kennedy attended Harvard University, graduating with honors with a degree in international relations. His political career began in 1952, when he was elected to the House of Representatives. Kennedy served as a U.S. senator for seven years before running for president in 1960. Kennedy's platform of social policies and anti-communism, combined with his charisma, paved a way to the White House. He was the youngest U.S. president ever elected. Kennedy's life and administration was tragically cut short by his assassination in 1963. He was 46 years old.

They Tested Positive for COVID. Monkeys Stole…

There's way too much going on in the world right now, but the monkeys in India apparently don't care. Reuters reports a "troop" of them attacked an official walking on the campus of a state-run medical college in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut and swiped blood samples of patients who'd tested positive...

Twitter Hides Trump's Tweet Calling For…

According to Gizmodo, the White House reposted President Trump’s tweet which calls for Americans protesting police brutality in Minneapolis to be shot. On Friday, Twitter hid Trump's original tweet and the White House's repost behind a label for “glorifying violence.” People are protesting in Minneapolis after George Floyd, a black man, was filmed gasping for breath while a white police officer knelt on his neck. Floyd died. In Trump's early Friday morning tweet he called the protestors "THUGS dishonoring the memory of George Floyd." Trump wrote that he can't "watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis,” and that he told Governor Tim Walz "that the Military is with him all the way." Trump added, "Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts." Twitter says that although the Tweet violates Twitter Rules about glorifying violence, they believe that it's in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible.

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Renault To Cut Nearly 15,000 Jobs

Jobs cuts come as company tries to save $2.2 billion over the next three years.

Where could the next tropical system form in…

With Arthur and Bertha having already come and gone, Bernie Rayno takes a look at where the next named tropical system could develop.

Viena And The Fantomes

Trailer for 'Viena and the Fantomes' starring Dakota Fanning, Zöe Kravitz, Frank Dillane, Caleb Landry Jones, Jeremy Allen White

Cop Who Knelt on George Floyd Had Several…

The fired Minneapolis police officer seen in video footage kneeling on the neck of George Floyd , an unarmed black man who later died, had a prior history of violent encounters. Derek Chauvin, a white officer who joined the department in 2001, was involved in the fatal shooting of a man...

Trump Fires Back After Twitter Hides Tweet

President Trump fired back Friday morning after Twitter hid one of his tweets behind a warning for "glorifying violence." He accused Twitter of enforcing its rules unevenly to target conservatives and renewed his call to regulate social media companies more stiffly. "Section 230 should be revoked by Congress. Until then,...

Virus count revised, new clusters emerge as…

France’s public health agency reported a sudden jump in new virus infections just an hour after the prime minister announced a sweeping national reopening plan

Parts Of Suburban Villa Unearthed In Pompeii

Archaeologists are continuing to excavate a villa that was first unearthed in a suburb of Pompeii decades ago.

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Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social…

Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media Companies President Donald Trump signed the executive order that seeks to curtail social media "censorship" on Thursday. The move comes two days after Trump's tweets regarding mail-in ballots were stamped by Twitter with fact-checking labels. Trump called Twitter's action "political activism" and inappropriate." Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act grants liability protections to certain companies, including social media companies. Trump's executive order targets those companies. Attorney General William Barr stated that Section 230 “has been stretched way beyond its original intention.” Barr said the Justice Department will be utilized to enforce Trump's executive order, which could result in suits being brought against Twitter or Facebook. Democrats and civil liberties groups spoke out against the order. Kate Ruane, ACLU, via CNBC

Delhi Braces for an Invasion: 'Make Noise' and…

Hungry locusts are causing widespread devastation to crops in India and Pakistan, and they might have their sights set on a more unusual target: the densely packed city of Delhi. A change in the wind might spare the city in the coming days, reports the Guardian , but if not, residents...