Smith was charged with “telecommunications offences” which typically involve threats and abuse... even though there were no threats made...

How do you even pronounce "Fuhrer" with a Scottish accent?

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Left-wing Democrats and Never Trump Republicans are compiling lists of those "accountable" for supporting President Donald Trump.

Does liking this post put us on "The List"?

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A security guard says he "had a bad feeling" about Salman Abedi, Manchester inquiry hears.

What would Jesus do if you tried to break up his birthday party?

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Ultimately, law enforcement teams used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the crowds for Trump's Bible photo-op at St. John's Church.

Don't we have flamethrowers anymore?

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Holidaymaker Michael Richards, 41, bought the tube of salt and vinegar Pringles on board the easyJet flight to Tenerife and nibbled on one every two-and-a-half minutes.

Cultivating discipline is its own reward...

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Mega pop star and Democratic Party activist Taylor Swift is attacking President Donald Trump over the U.S. Postal Service, claiming that the president is trying to cheat his way to victory in November by "dismantling" the beleaguered federal agency.

Shhh... Just stand there and be pretty.

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The coronavirus misinformation that scientists, politicians and media have fed to the public has been shocking. Take a tour through the bizarre, contradictory and downright ludicrous myths that have done more damage than Covid.

I now trust Russian state-sponsored propaganda more than MSNBC, CNN, and ABC News...

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A university police officer in Florida whose Twitter bio described herself as a “KKK member” has been fired

ABC's headline ignores that she says the bio was changed by a friend, and she hasn't used in 5 years, and that FBI says there is no tie to the FBI. Should have read "FBI Determines Officer Was Wrongly Fired For False KKK Claims"

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The federal agency in charge of processing naturalization applications suspended in-person interviews and oath ceremonies this spring.

Good?

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Cultivate has two facets: there's a website where you can search for anything you want: maybe coffee beans or socks or an iPhone case, and it'll return results for items it says are made in the U.S. that you can buy on Amazon. Or, you can install a plug-in for the Google Chrome browser, and it'll automatically show you similar items that are for sale on Amazon.

I'm confused. Companies I hate are trying to do the right thing...

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