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Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood announce coronvairus test results

Country legends Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have shared a health update after being tested for coronavirus. In a press release, a rep for Brooks, 59, confirmed that he had tested negative while Yearwood, 56, tested positive. According to the release, the pair were already quarantining “at home on the heels of a recent positive Covid test by a member ...

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Western-themed 2021 Ford Explorer King Ranch revealed

The Ford Explorer is saddling up. Ford is adding its premium western-themed King Ranch trim level currently offered on its F-Series and Expedition trucks to the popular SUV. The King Ranch name is borrowed from an actual Texas ranch that was founded in 1853 and is the largest in the U.S. The Explorer King Ranch features the same two-tone leather ...

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El Chapo: What to know about convicted drug kingpin

Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is the longtime head of the multibillion-dollar Sinaloa drug cartel. Known as Mexico’s most notorious drug lord, Guzman was convicted in New York on Feb. 12, 2019, of running an industrial-scale smuggling operation. He was sentenced to life in prison in July of that year. At the trial, Guzman’s lawyers argued he was ...

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Ex-Capitol Police Chief Sund regrets resigning after riot, wants deeper FBI dive on domestic extremists

Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund said during a congressional hearing Tuesday that he regrets resigning in the days after the Jan. 6 insurrection, as he argued intelligence failures were to blame in allowing a “coordinated attack” that overwhelmed officers at the Capitol and saw rioters storm the building he was sworn to protect. As the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs ...

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Ying Ma: California vs. 'wokeness' – here's how believers in equality fought back and won

The early days of the Biden administration have presented “racial justice” and “racial equity” as the new buzzwords for the entire executive branch.  These are the marching orders governing everything from immigration policy to Cabinet nominations to affirmative action in higher education. Worshipping at the altar of wokeness and identity politics will be required for the next four years.   But those who believe in equality for all rather than special treatment for some should not despair: Just last November, a wildly successful campaign in ...

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‘Bachelor' Matt James speaks out amid show's controversy, says Chris Harrison’s interview was 'troubling’

Matt James, current star of “The Bachelor,” has spoken out amid the show’s ongoing scandal.  The program attracted negative attention after photos resurfaced of contestant Rachael Kirkconnell previously attending an “Old South” themed party at a plantation in 2018. Then longtime host Chris Harrison conducted an interview with former “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay, who made history as the first Black Bachelorette, in which ...

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Garland gets emotional at hearing, chokes up talking about his family and anti-Semitism

Attorney general nominee Judge Merrick Garland became emotional at his confirmation hearing on Monday when asked about the motivation behind his desire to tackle “hate and discrimination” as the nation’s top law enforcement officer.  “My grandparents fled anti-Semitism and persecution. The country took us in and protected us,” Garland said, visibly emotional. “And I feel an obligation to the country ...

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