While the man behind the statue spoke out, Trump critics mocked the damage on social media, writing: "I DON'T REALLY CARE DO U?"
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Target shopper wearing '$40,000 Rolex' destroys face mask display, while Costco shopper protests mask policy
Add two more videos to the growing bunch of shopper tirades about face masks. A public relations executive destroyed a display at an Arizona Target.
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A confused boyfriend is going viral after sharing his immense uncertainty over a recent gift he received from his girlfriend.
Numerous neurological problems such as tremors, seizures, and impaired consciousness have been linked to severe COVID-19, and a small German study may have uncovered a mechanism by which the virus appears to trick the body into attacking the brain. Researchers have been seeing these symptoms without finding the coronavirus in the cerebrospinal fluid circulating through the brain and spinal cord. It appears that patients' immune systems are producing what are known as autoantibodies that mistakenly target a person's own tissues or organs, researchers reported on Monday on medRxiv, in advance of peer review.
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Video Nikki Haley: You don't have to like President Trump, but he gets results and raised Americans' quality of life
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley joins Sean Hannity on 'Hannity.'
- LifestyleSouthern Living
Perched on the May River, the grandeur of 135 Gascoigne Bluff Road is evident from the moment you pull up to this nine bedroom home, recently listed with Sotheby's International Realty. The Lowcountry hideaway sits on five acres and comes with a pool, tennis court, gym, and home theater. Flanked by centuries-old live oak trees and offering picturesque vistas of and access to the water, you'll likely be spending as much time as possible outside. Though, when you do head in, you've got nearly 11,500-square-feet at the ready, with no architectural flourish or design detail overlooked. Let's step inside and see what marvels await down by the river.
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The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Thursday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. — The Buckle is seeing improving sales as more of its stores reopen.