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Photo Illustration by Erin O'Flynn/The Daily Beast/GettyVladimir Putin must go.His demented Kremlin speech Friday, during a ceremony in which he feebly asserted Russia was annexing portions of Ukraine, made the strongest case for the necessity of regime change in Moscow that any world leader has yet to make.But it has been clear the Russian dictator must be removed from office for a long time now.It has been clear because Putin’s actions and rhetoric demonstrate day in and day out that Ukraine c
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The US Navy said 'traces' of jet fuel were found in the water on the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. A sailor says the problem was way worse.
"We were exposed to an unhealthy amount" of jet fuel, a sailor told Insider, adding that they believe the seriousness of the situation was downplayed.
Republicans are mad that the Library of Congress allowed Lizzo — a classically trained flutist — to play James Madison's 200-year-old crystal flute
The Library of Congress lent Lizzo a 200-year-old crystal flute once gifted to James Madison for the Washington D.C. stop of her "Special" tour.
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The images that have come out of Southwest Florida — during and after Hurricane Ian — are jarring.
He didn't know what to do!
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Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says that "Russia has, in a way, already lost the war" in Ukraine. He says Russia's invasion has shown its "capacity to threaten Europe with conventional attack has now been demonstrably overcome." (Sept. 30)
Letters exchanged between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and former U.S. President Donald Trump between April 2018 and August 2019 have recently been published. “I am ready to work with your excellency with all my heart and devotion,” Kim said in a letter dated April 1, 2018, nearly six weeks before he first met Trump at the Singapore Summit. On the same day, Trump responded that he was “happy to meet” Kim to “drastically” improve relations between their respective governments.
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Pierre Suu/Getty ImagesModel Bella Hadid got dressed at Paris Fashion Week quite literally—she closed Parisian ready-to-wear brand Coperni’s show by having a white evening gown sprayed onto her. She walked on stage Friday night, covering her breasts with one hand and wearing nothing but a thong, while a team of technicians sprayed a self-hardening fabric from a can onto her bare body. Once they had built the dress on her, she strutted down the runway, showing off her new custom-made outfit.The s
29 Things About Being Lower Class That "Rich People" Learned After Marrying Someone Significantly Poorer Than Them
"I was surprised that food was a privilege or luxury — not a given. My parents are fairly well-off, and I grew up in a house with an always-stocked pantry and refrigerator. If I was hungry, I ate without question. My wife grew up in relative poverty. If she was hungry, there was a strong likelihood there was no food in the house, and she would stay hungry."View Entire Post ›
'Baywatch' Alum Donna D'Errico Turned Everyone's Heads as She Showed Off Every Curve in This Show-Stopping Gold Bikini
We’ve seen some Baywatch stars, both from the original show and the new movie, rock some show-stopping bikinis. However, we’ve been seeing a lot of them rock bikinis of their own lately, showing off their glowing skin and curves in real life. The most recent Baywatch alum to make everyone do a double take with […]
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If You Make $60,000 in Average Annual Income, Here's How Much You Can Claim in Social Security if You Retire at Age 62
Most retirees end up waiting until what is called their full retirement age (FRA) of 66 or 67, or even later, before claiming Social Security benefits. The goal is to maximize the value of your Social Security benefits into retirement for as long as possible. A helpful exercise can be to figure out how much Social Security you would qualify for at certain ages and annual incomes, which will help you decide on whether to take Social Security early or wait for your FRA.