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A controversial Quebec singer who used his platform to share conspiracy theories about COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS, has died. Bernard Lachance, originally from Montmagny, Quebec, garnered fame for his ambitious pursuit of performing. He would rent out theatres with his own money and sell his CD and tickets to his concerts on the streets, regardless of not having any representation.
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- PoliticsThe Week
President Biden may begin issuing pardons before the 2022 midterms, The New York Times reports. Per the Times, administration officials have begun evaluating clemency requests, and activists have said they feel they're getting the sense pardons and commutations may be signed by the president within the next year or two. "We asked them not to wait to the end of a term to execute pardon and commutation power for photo ops, and they definitely assured us that is not this administration's plans," De
VideoChris Watts Spends 36th Birthday in Prison: 'He's an Outcast, Even Among Criminals,' Says Source
Chris Watts is currently serving a life sentence for killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters
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Shannon Keeler was enjoying a weekend getaway with her boyfriend last year when she checked her Facebook messages for the first time in ages. The messages rocketed Keeler back to the life-shattering night in December 2013 when an upperclassman at Gettysburg College stalked her at a party, snuck into her dorm and barged into her room while she pleaded with him and texted friends for help. Eight years later, she still hopes to persuade authorities in Pennsylvania to make an arrest, armed now wit
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Wedding guest furious after hearing bride’s ‘disrespectful’ last-minute request: ‘You’d be crazy to go’
The guest is getting hateful messages from the bride and groom.
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'What About Bob?' at 30: Richard Dreyfuss called Bill Murray an ashtray-throwing 'Irish drunken bully.' Now he's ready to forgive.
Richard Dreyfuss alleged abusive behavior by his "What About Bob?" costar Bill Murray in a Role Recall interview with Yahoo Entertainment.