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    Seth Meyers Loses It After Joke About Trump Moving Out Gets A Real-World Spin

    The "Late Night" host quipped that Trump might steal White House memorabilia on his way out of office. And then...

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    Ivanka Trump Hit With The Cold, Hard Truth After Hyping Dad’s 'Accomplishments'

    Critics reminded Donald Trump's daughter and adviser of his administration's many scandals, failings and controversies.

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    Eat This, Not That!

    This New Food Brand Is Making a Healthy Instant Ramen

    Ramen is one of those comfort foods that we love to turn to when we're short on time but want a light, warm dinner in a hurry. However, the sodium content in instant ramen is definitely cringe-worthy. Those instant noodles can have up to 1,750mg of sodium in one pack, which is nearly the entirety of the daily recommended sodium intake. It's for that reason that so many of us have decided to leave the instant ramen packets on the shelves at the grocery store and opt for something healthier.Until now.Immi is a brand-new startup that's shaking up the soup game with a healthy instant ramen. The high-protein, low-carb instant ramen comes in three flavor varieties, but if you can't decide, you can also get a sampler pack. Your options are Tom Yum "Shrimp," Black Garlic "Chicken," and Spicy "Beef," and yes, they're plant-based as well.Each pack of Immi instant ramen has a total of 9g net carbs, 31g protein, and 850mg sodium. Compared to your standard packs of instant ramen, these come in at a much healthier level. (Speaking of upgrading your everyday shopping list, make sure to avoid buying these items on our list of the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.) View this post on Instagram A post shared by immi (@immieats)Immi founders Kevin Lee and Kevin Chanthasiriphan grew up in Taiwan and Thailand and wrote on the company's website that they wanted to create a healthier version of ramen because they not only love ramen but wanted to give their families a healthy alternative to a staple comfort food. The healthy instant ramen is primarily made with pumpkin seed protein, as well as a variety of other plant-based ingredients. Even better: This ramen is keto-friendly.Right now, these instant ramen packs are only available to shop online, but perhaps as more people catch on to the possibility of enjoying lower-sodium ramen, the packs may end up in your favorite grocery store. Six-packs of the instant ramen start at $39.05 on Immi's website, and they even offer a subscribe-and-save option so you never run out.For more food news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter, and avoid these 21 Foods With More Sodium Than A Pack of Ramen.

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    Feeling Betrayed, Far-Right Extremists Have A New Message For Trump: 'Get Out Of Our Way'

    As Trump backs down from his “Stop the Steal” hoax, the supporters he radicalized are vowing to carry on the fight without him.

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    Complex

    Capitol Officer Photographed In MAGA Hat Says It Was Part of Plan to Rescue Trapped Police

    An officer who was photographed wearing a MAGA hat during the Capitol riots said the cap was part of a plan to enter the building and rescue other officers.

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    The Telegraph

    ‘I need to protect myself in case there is a civil war’: Why middle-class America is arming up

    Brad Vercosa has passed Jimmy’s Sport Shop in Mineola, Long Island countless times, but last Thursday he approached the counter, still in his slippers, to buy his first gun. The construction company owner is one of nearly five million Americans who have purchased their first firearm over the past 12 months, driving what analysts are calling the greatest gun-buying spree in the country’s history. The seeds were sown with the onset of the pandemic last spring, and grew in response to Black Lives Matter demonstrations and pro-Trump rallies over the summer. But for many of Jimmy Gong’s customers in Mineola – a suburban village 20 miles east of the skyscrapers of Manhattan – the storming of the Capitol by pro-Trump demonstrators on January 6 was the inflection point. The following day is one of the busiest Gong, 46, can remember, even accounting for a 150 per cent rise in demand. And he expects business to keep booming. After Donald Trump’s impeachment on Wednesday, the FBI warned of possible armed protests and “domestic terrorism”, amid reports of armed far-Right groups planning to gather at all 50 state capitals and in Washington DC in the run-up to Joe Biden being sworn in as president.

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