In an online appearance Monday at The Atlantic Festival, Apple CEO Tim Cook declined the opportunity to express any criticism of the U.S. government for its response to COVID-19. Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg, in a 20-minute talk with Cook that was recorded late last week and streamed during the festival's opening night, pressed him on […]
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Trump said he wants Democrats to launch a second impeachment probe if he tries to push through his Supreme Court pick to replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
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Despite win, Tom Brady remains a grumpy old man. Even newcomer Leonard Fournette isn't safe: 'He's hard on me'
It remains to be seen whether Brady, 43, remains a championship QB, bit it was good to see his resiliency remains intact.
Donald Trump Claims Without Evidence That Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Dying Wish Was Actually A ‘Deal’ Cooked Up By Democrats
Donald Trump, offering no evidence, said that he thinks that Democrats wrote Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's dying wish that the next president choose her successor. Appearing again on Fox & Friends on Monday, co-host Ainsley Earhardt asked Trump about the statement, characterizing it as a dying wish that she "allegedly" made to her granddaughter. "How […]
Their 7-year-old daughter Vivian Lake and 10-year-old son Benjamin wore Tampa Bay Buccaneers jerseys with their dad's number
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As important as a home’s assets are on the inside—high ceilings, spacious kitchens—one could argue that what they give away on the outside matters just as much. The exterior façade serves as a home’s grand introduction—it’s the one feature that can simultaneously welcome guests warmly and stop neighbors passing by in their tracks. When a home nails this, we call it curb appeal. And just as homes come in all shapes and sizes, so, too, does the ability to elicit swoon-worthy reactions. From a 1,200-square-foot charmer to a 3,700-square-foot compound with room for the whole family, we found 10 perfect house plans that take first impressions very seriously.
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A train pulls into the Odenplan subway station in central Stockholm, where morning commuters without masks get off or board before settling in to read their smartphones. Whether on trains or trams, in supermarkets or shopping malls — places where face masks are commonly worn in much of the world — Swedes go about their lives without them. When most of Europe locked down their populations early in the pandemic by closing schools, restaurants, gyms and even borders, Swedes kept enjoying many freedoms.