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Dairy Queen bringing back Dreamsicle Dipped Cone, non-dairy 'Dilly Bar' for spring

Dairy Queen has updated its spring menu with returning favorites, new beverages, and even a non-dairy Dairy Queen dessert. Two new items to making their debut at the fast food and soft-serve chain in 2021 are the Chip Shake Trio and Tropical Lemonade Twisty Misty Slush, according to press release. The former comes in three different flavors, including hazelnut, mint and raspberry, each made with chocolate ...

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Orgy, underage girls, sex games and extortion: Inside the allegations surrounding Rep. Matt Gaetz

Long before bombshell allegations of federal sex trafficking rocked the political world this week, Rep. Matt Gaetz‘s rumored sexual conduct was already a source of controversy.  When Gaetz was a young state lawmaker in the Florida House of Representatives, he allegedly participated in a competition with fellow male lawmakers to earn points for their sexual conquests, the Business Insider reported Friday. Having ...

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Celebrities once linked to Louis Farrakhan

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is known for stirring controversy due to his past anti-Semitic remarks and anti-White theology, but it’s no secret he’s held court with some of the nation’s most influential and famous figures. The 86-year-old minister has led a chant of “death to America” and called for a separate state for Black Americans. Last year, Farrakhan was among several far right ...

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Disneyland’s Pickle Corn Dog is the turducken of amusement park foods

The corn dogs at Disneyland Resort in California have found themselves in quite the pickle. Earlier this week, the Disney Parks Blog highlighted some of the new food and beverage options debuting at Disney World and Disneyland this April. But among news of “Soul”-inspired ice cream floats at Disney World’s EPCOT Center and boozy new options at Disneyland’s Blue Bayou restaurant, one ...

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Washington Post journalist clashes with DHS after taking calls from CISA employees using wife's number

Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin spoke out Friday about a string of bizarre interactions with self-identified employees from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) after taking multiple phone calls that purported to be from his wife’s cell phone number — but didn’t come from her.  “Today I got a call that showed up on my phone as coming from my wife, but the ...

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California, New York localities push reparations through Universal Basic Income

Race-based universal basic income payments are starting to gain steam in the U.S. as a form of reparation. Last week, Marin County in California approved payments of $1,000 per month for all women of color. In New York, Rochester’s mayor has also suggested leveraging revenues from marijuana legalization to pay reparations to Black and Brown residents. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren on Thursday sent a ...

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