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Dolly Parton on Black Lives Matter: 'Do we think our little white a**es are the only ones that matter? No!'
Dolly Parton explains why she dropped the name "Dixie" from her Medieval Times-like attraction located in Tennessee and Missouri.
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Amazon is unlikely to be a mall savior, says former long-time Sears Canada CEO Mark Cohen.
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The National Guard arrived in Cedar Rapids on Friday to assist residents there after Monday's deadly derecho storm that was like a hurricane
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During a turbulent time in NFL history, Jerry Jones went 109 days without addressing the media. Now we know why.
If you want to know why the NFL’s shadow commissioner took 109 days to address one of the most significant offseasons in league history, maybe it’s because in the middle of the tumult, the league decided to change without him.
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It's a Friday night at a crowded biker bar in South Dakota when Chris Cox, founder of Bikers for Trump, takes the stage. While many have come to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally for some combination of riding and partying, Cox's focus is on something else: voting. As the Trump campaign struggles to gain momentum less than 90 days from the election, Bikers for Trump has taken advantage of recent motorcycle rallies to make direct appeals to register to vote.
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Meet Trump's new coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas, a Stanford physician who frequently criticized lockdown measures and believes in the full reopening of schools
Dr. Scott Atlas has been a frequent guest on Fox News since May, where he spoke out against lockdowns and called on college football to restart.
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'I’ll do anything to get theatres large and small open again,' composer Andrew Lloyd Webber said as he received an experimental COVID-19 vaccine.