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An Asian woman was asked to leave a store in Richmond, Canada, after she allegedly used a Cantonese term to describe a white person as a "ghost man" or "foreign devil." Eugene Ho was accompanying his girlfriend's mother to a Shaw store in Richmond Centre shopping mall in November 2021 when the incident occurred, according to Richmond News. Ho wrote about their experience at the store in a Facebook post last month.
Fox News' Tomi Lahren told officers at a policing conference that prominent police killings could have been avoided if people 'would just comply'
A Washington Post investigation found that Lahren's comments were consistent with those made by several other prominent police conference speakers.
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More than five years after a North Carolina mother and her then-1-year-old daughter vanished, they were found safe just 20 miles away from home. Amber Renaye Weber, then 21, and daughter Miracle Smith were found at a home in Bunnlevel, N.C., Tuesday, the U.S. Marshals announced. Weber and Smith were last seen on Dec. 4, 2016, in Fayetteville and reported missing several weeks later on Jan. 31. ...
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The East Coast is bracing for what could be a massive winter storm this weekend. Also, President Biden vows to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.
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Kim Kardashian deleted and reposted her bikini pics after fans called her out over a photoshop fail.
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Twitter/WSM4Nine police officers in Tennessee opened fire on a 37-year-old man on Thursday afternoon after a confrontation on an interstate highway in Nashville. The man, who police said had been sitting on a guardrail on the busy roadway, died.The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation identified the victim late Thursday as Landon Eastep. Samantha McGill-Barge, Eastep’s sister-in-law, told The Daily Beast she was baffled that he was on the highway Thursday.“I wasn’t aware there was anything wrong,”