Carlos Beltran, the only player named in commissioner Rob Manfred's report on illegal sign stealing by the Houston Astros in 2017, stepped down Thursday as New York Mets manager.

with all the drugs in sports, this is a non-issue

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The phrase 'World War 3' began trending after the killing of the Iranian leader's second in command in a US airstrike. Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was killed in a bombing...

Tide pod challenge also trended too

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the guy looks like a diverse rag head

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The highly anticipated episode sees Ruth's character Nessa and Uncle Bryn (Rob Brydon) sing a rendition of The Pogues' hugely popular Christmas song.

The pearl clutching intensifies

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Elton John, 72, proved he is his own biggest fan, sharing a festive Instagram video message dedicated to his own achievements in 2019.

When is hollyweird not thanking their own and patting themselves on the back?

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A mother - who wished to remain anonymous - complained that the tents from Deja Vu Showgirls were 'immoral' and 'disgusting,' adding that she was 'taken back' when she saw some tents.

But if they donated tents to illegal aliens it would be ok?

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Next to Rock Creek in Bethesda, Maryland, sits a six-acre church campus shrouded by old cedar trees. For a year and two weeks, this has been Rosa Gutierrez Lopez's home, sanctuary and site of confinement. This year, for the second time, it is where she will spend Christmas. Gutierrez Lopez, 41, was the first undocumented immigrant in the Washington area to seek protection from deportation at a house of worship - one of the "sensitive location" categories where Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are discouraged from conducting enforcement activities. According to the nonprofit Church World Service, there are 49 residents in the United States taking refuge in faith communities. Hundreds of these institutions have designated themselves sanctuaries - a form of protest on the Trump administration's increasing crackdown on undocumented immigrants. Congregants at Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church had not met Gutierrez Lopez, a Fredericksburg, Virginia, resident, before she arrived at their doorstep one early morning in 2018. And she had not heard of Cedar Lane - had not even known about sanctuary - until several days before her scheduled deportation date: Dec. 10, 2018. Since then, Lopez has not left the premises, fearful of being arrested and sent back to El Salvador, where she says her relatives have been killed by gang members. Meanwhile, the church's 1,000 or so members have learned to practice what the Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, the senior minister, calls "the fragile art of hospitality." More than 200 volunteers, from Cedar Lane and 26 other D.C.-area congregations, help facilitate the day-to-day lives and logistics of Gutierrez Lopez and her family. "It has been an adjustment - both for Rosa and for the community," Janamanchi said. "We can talk about these issues, intellectualize, but to see, actually see...

undocumented immigrants - call them what they are illegal aliens

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First contact looks more and more likely. But if we’re going to find extraterrestrial life in the 2020s, we might need to switch up exactly where, and how, we’re looking.

Get ready for full faux disclosure

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Beit Lahia (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - The scene on Tuesday morning in the northern Gaza Strip could at first look incongruous -- a group of women in black niqab veils sewing Santa Claus dolls for Christmas.

They couldnt find Chinese children to make the dolls?

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