U.S. President Donald Trump, who has used belittling nicknames to describe his opponents throughout his political career, toyed with a name change on Friday for his Democratic rival in the Nov. 3 election, Joe Biden. Unable to hold his signature large campaign rallies because of the pandemic, Trump brought about 300 police officers who support his re-election bid to the open area outside the clubhouse at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club. Trump polled the crowd on whether he should stick with "Sleepy Joe" or change his nickname to "Slow Joe."
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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.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have gone exceptionally grand with their California starter house, purchasing a $14.65 million estate in the heart of posh Montecito, the seaside Santa Barbara County enclave that is famously home to a slew of Hollywood heavyweights. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex' names do not appear on grant deeds related […]
The East African Rift system made up the western and eastern continental rifts stretches from the Afar region of Ethiopia down to Mozambique. It is an active continental rift that began millions of years ago, splitting at 7 mm annually. The regular eruption of volcanoes along the rift and new insights into the break up of continents adds to the belief that the continent maybe spitting to form a new ocean.
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Matt Harmon rolls out his wide receiver tiered rankings for the 2020 fantasy football season and shows why Terry McLaurin is this year's biggest breakout candidate at wide receiver.
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Is COVID-19 worse than the 1918 Spanish flu? Study shows deaths in New York quadrupled in early months
The study compares the two months since the first recorded death of COVID in New York City with the deadliest two months of the 1918 calamity.