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Newsweek
May 12, 2021

'Take This Seriously': Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Slams Biden Admin's Gas Shortage Response
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Tuesday night that the Biden administration is not taking the gas shortages and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attacks seriously.

Newsweek
May 12, 2021

Tucker Carlson Challenged by Guest Alex Berenson: 'Indicting' Fauci Over COVID Origins 'A Mistake'
"The guy in charge of America's response to COVID turns out to be the guy who funded the creation of COVID," Carlson claimed.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Reps. Rashida Tlaib and André Carson Protest Outside Biden's State Department for Palestine
Rep. André Carson (D-Ind.) said he was "honored" to join Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and "a diverse crowd of people at the State Department to demand justice for Palestinians."

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Israeli Military Enters Riot-Torn Lod After Mayor Warns of Kristallnacht
"This is too big for police," Mayor Yair Revivo said. "This is Kristallnacht in Lod."

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Florida Man Jailed for Punching Fellow Customer In Mask Dispute: 'DeSantis Said We Don't Have To'
The victim said that Potts called him an anti-lesbian slur before punching him in the mouth, leaving him with a hole in his lip and a head injury.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Governors Warn Gas Shortage Caused by Panic Buying As 4 States Declare Emergency
The governors of Virginia, Florida, North Carolina and Georgia have declared states of emergency Tuesday night, as motorists along the Eastern Seaboard wait in long lines trying to buy high-priced gas during a fuel shortage experts warn is being caused by panic buying.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Ted Cruz Scrolls Phone, Ignoring Klobuchar As She Rebukes Him at Senate Voting Rights Hearing
Cruz has called the voting rights bill a "fraud law" and claimed that Democrats want to pass it to "manipulate and steal" future elections.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

'Mental Derangement': Candace Owens Slams Chrissy Teigen Over Teen Bullying Allegation
"[Teigen] wouldn't just publicly tweet about wanting me to take 'a dirt nap' but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, 'I can't wait for you to die,'" Stodden alleged.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

The 44 Most Popular House-Friendly Dogs
Depending on living quarters, income, and family size, many factors go into the decision to own a dog. Take a look at the pups best suited for your home.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Outdoor Voices' Much-Loved Exercise Dress Is Back
Outdoor Voices updates and re-releases its popular Exercise Dress to major acclaim, a 5,000-plus waiting list.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

India Assures Citizens 5G Doesn't Cause COVID-19, Also Says Country Doesn't Have 5G
India's Department of Telecommunications (DOT) on Monday said there's no link between 5G mobile technology and the COVID-19 virus.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Man Tased 43-Year-Old Mom on Mother's Day 'Because He Could Not Find His Phone': Police
The alleged attacker's girlfriend admitted to punching her boyfriend's mother in the face three days before Mother's Day.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

The Least and Most Popular Car Models in America in 2020
While car sales witnessed a shocking decline in 2020, some models proved far more popular than others.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

UK Chaplain Sues College For Discrimination After His Dismissal For a Sermon Questioning LGBT Policy
A Christian school chaplain has launched legal action after first being reported to the government's terrorist watchdog group and then losing his job for a sermon he delivered encouraging respect and debate on "identity ideologies".

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

McCarthy Hired Trump Official Who Asked Mo Brooks to Speak at Rally Preceding Capitol Riot
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) hired Brian Jack, a key adviser to former President Donald Trump, in March after dialing back his criticism of Trump's role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

McCarthy Hired Trump Official Who Helped Organize Stop the Steal Rally Preceding Capitol Riot
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) hired Brian Jack, a key adviser to former President Donald Trump, in March after dialing back his criticism of Trump's role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

The 50 Best Pop Songs of the Last 30 Years
From hits by Usher to Maroon 5, take a look back at the top songs in pop music over the last three decades.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Video Shows Rockets Being Intercepted by Missiles, Lighting Up Tel Aviv Sky
As the confrontation between Israel and Palestinian groups persists, hundreds of rockets collide with the Iron Dome, lighting up the night sky. The air strikes have killed and injured dozens as the U.S. calls for calm.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

'Supergirl' Season 6, Episode 8 Release Date: When Is the Show Returning After Midseason Finale?
"Supergirl" Season 6 is about to go on a break after its midseason finale, but the show will be back for its last ever episodes this year on The CW.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Sub Shop Owner Killed Woman Over Back Pay, Prosecutors Say: 'He Had to Take Her Out'
Jury selection in the murder trial of 52-year-old Georgios Kakavelos began Monday in Saratoga County Court for the 2019 death of 22-year-old Allizybeth A. LaMont.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

U.S. Says It Has 'Limited' Ability to Stop Raging Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
State Department spokesperson Ned Price called "on all sides to exercise restraint, exercise calm," but Israeli forces and Palestinian fighters appeared set on intensifying the latest eruption of a decades-long conflict between the two sides.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

GOP Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson Defends Liz Cheney, Says Trump's 'Dividing Our Party'
Cheney shouldn't be "ousted for a vote of confidence," Hutchinson said.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Task Force Hopes to Save 1 Million Lives By Sending Oxygen Concentrators to India
A U.S.-based task force is working to deliver 100,000 oxygen concentrators to India to assist with the country's latest COVID-19 wave.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Elderly Man Dies After Being Punched in Dunkin' Over Racial Slur Confrontation
He died from injuries sustained during a fall after the punch.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Georgia Judge Could Be Removed from Office for Assaulting Shackled Inmate Who Cursed at Him
A Georgia judge is charged with allegedly assaulting a shackled inmate who he says cursed at him. The judge could either face a reprimand or be removed from his position.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Christopher Miller Says Avoiding 'Hysteria' Was Part of Delay in Sending Troops to Capitol Riot
Prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press reveal that Miller's upcoming testimony before Congress amount to the most detailed account of the Pentagon's actions following accusations that officials were slow to call in the National Guard.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

North Carolina Seventh State Set to Ban Critical Race Theory in Schools
In a bill introduced in the North Carolina House, lawmakers seek to prohibit schools in the state from teaching concepts related to critical race theory, which focuses on institutional racism in the U.S.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Man Caught on Camera Tossing Baby Swans Into Cooler and Stealing Them
Frank Howard and his fiancé reportedly confronted the man, who falsely claimed he was a park employee tasked with 'protecting' the baby swans.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

78-Year-Old Woman Graduates From College With Degree After Six Years
Vivian Cunningham defied all odds and finally earned her bachelor's degree in six years after putting her education on hold for several decades.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Just One-Third of U.S. Jews Believe Israel Wants Peace with Palestine, Poll Shows
A new, wide-ranging survey has revealed the opinions of U.S. Jews on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a minority of those surveyed believing Israel and Palestine seek peace amid their heightening conflicts.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Bartender Slammed for Wrongly Accusing Air Force Soldiers of Using Fake IDs
A bartender in Missouri was caught on video mocking military members and accusing them of using face IDs before eventually trashing said IDs. The clip has since drawn mixed reactions online.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Ilhan Omar Is Justifying Attacks on Israel and Condemning Israel for Defending Against Them | Opinion
You might think that America's politicians would be supportive to Israelis, given the situation. Some have been. But when it comes to the progressive left, the messaging has been astonishing.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

NY AG Celebrates As Court Says NRA Can't Declare Bankruptcy, Reorganize in Texas
"No one is above the law," she wrote. She accused the NRA of declaring bankruptcy to evade a lawsuit that her office filed against it in August 2020.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

46 Million Americans Now Own Bitcoin, as Crypto Goes Mainstream
In a survey conducted by the New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG), about 75% of the respondents said they wanted to learn more about Bitcoin annuities and Bitcoin life insurance.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Donald Trump Blames 'Biden's Weakness,' Lack of Israel Support for Escalating Violence
"Under Biden, the world is getting more violent and more unstable because Biden's weakness and lack of support for Israel is leading to new attacks on our allies," Trump claimed in a statement on Tuesday.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

White House Working to Broker Deescalation of Israeli-Palestinian Tensions
President Joe Biden's administration is working to broker a deal to stop the latest eruption of violence between Israelis and Palestinian militants in the Middle East.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

COVID Unemployment Sees 4,800% Spike in Fraud, Identity Theft, CEO Says
A roundtable of experts recently spoke about the huge uptick in unemployment fraud cases.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Ransomware Group Leaks Info on Some D.C. Cops as Retribution for Demands Going Unmet
A Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington, D.C., police department said it rejected an initial offer of a $100,000 payment and that if more money is not offered, it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Serial Killer Gets Seven Life Sentences for Murdering Veterans by Insulin Injection
Reta Mays, 46, pleaded guilty to seven counts of murder and admitted to injecting veterans with insulin with the intention of killing them.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Professional Trainer Mistakes Pokémon Symbols for Gender Symbols in Viral Video
A viral TikTok shows that a professional development trainer confused Pokémon Unown symbols for gender identity and sexual orientation symbols in an embarrassing mishap.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Couple Sentenced for Involvement in Death of Robber Who Broke Into Their Home
Blake Davis and Hannah Quinn were the targets of a 2018 home invasion that resulted in the murder of the burglar. While Quinn escaped jail time, Davis wasn't so lucky.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Video Shows US Coast Guard Firing Shots at Iranian Warships
The Monday incident was the third encounter in the last month where Iranian fast-attack boats sped toward American ships.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Georgia Becomes First State to Suspend Gas Tax as Prices Rise, Shortages Loom
Governor Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as a direct result of the petroleum shortage caused by last week's cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Renter Goes Viral for 'Sabotaging' Landlord's Apartment Showings
A young woman showing off the problems with her apartment that her landlord has not addressed has gone viral on TikTok.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Stockton, California, Police Officer Shot Multiple Times While Sitting in Patrol Car
Both the officer and suspect have been taken to the hospital. Their conditions remain unknown at this time.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Georgia District Attorney Intends to File Hate Crime Charges Against Robert Aaron Long
Long, 22, is accused of shooting and killing eight people, including six Asian women, at massage spas in the Atlanta area on March 16.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Mega Millions Drawing For 05/11/21, Tuesday Jackpot is $396 Million
Tuesday night's 05/11/21 Mega Millions jackpot is worth $396 million, with a cash-value option of $272.3 million.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Iran Cheers on Palestinian Fight with Israel and Suggests Vote to End Conflict
"It must be said that there is only one just solution to the issue of Palestine...and this is to refer it to a popular referendum that will set its future and destiny," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Trickle-Down Economics? Term Is Back as Biden's Big-Spending Plans Reject GOP Policies
Biden has frequently derided an old term that's been used to describe conservatives' approach to economics.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

O.J. Simpson Says He's a Fan of Liz Cheney Because She 'Stands Up for Truth'
The embattled congresswoman has received some support from unlikely source.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Marco Rubio: We Can't Allow 'Stigma of UFOs' to Keep Us From Seriously Investigating Encounters
Senator Marco Rubio believes the truth is out there and he wants to get past the UFO jokes to make sure the national security of the United States isn't threatened in any way, he told Newsweek.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Joe Biden Planning for Rahm Emanuel to Serve as Japan Ambassador, Likely Upsetting Progressives
A source told the Associated Press that the White House plans to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel as U.S. ambassador to Japan later this month.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Former Abercrombie & Fitch Model 'Exposes' the Brand in Viral TikTok Series
Joris Lechêne uses the series to detail the brand's allegedly problematic 'internal structure,' as witnessed throughout his five-year stint as an Abercrombie model.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Migrant Says U.S. Government Told Him to Pay $1,300 for Daughter's Airfare So They Could Reunite
The Brownsville, Texas, facility held his daughter for three weeks before releasing her to her father after an advocacy group stepped in and got the government to pay for airfare, as is required by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Oregon, Washington COVID Cases Surge. Can California Dodge the Latest Threat?
Politics, vaccine hesitancy and COVID fatigue have become significant factors in the Pacific Northwest—and may hold lessons for the rest of the U.S.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

College Students 'Rescued' From Boat Made of Buckets and Kiddie Pools
Two college students caused quite a stir in the middle of the night while out on their unconventional boat made with kiddie pools and 20 Home Depot buckets.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Why Are Gas Prices Rising? States See Increase of 6 Cents a Gallon
People, on average, are spending more than a dollar more per gallon for gas than they did this time last year.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Authoritarianism vs. Democracy | Opinion
It doesn't matter whether the enemies of democracy are foreign or domestic, born of a global virus or an all-American homegrown authoritarianism, let our generation be no less prepared than any other to take them on.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

People Share the Book Titles That Would Make Them Walk Out of a First Date
"You're on a first date with someone, and they tell you their favorite book. You immediately leave. What is it?" Twitter has answers.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Woman Accused of Impersonating Officer in Attempt to Extort 84-Year-Old Man on Rape
A Memphis, Tennessee, woman allegedly told an 84-year-old man he would have to pay thousands of dollars to have a nonexistent rape charge dropped.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Bob Baffert, Medina Spirit Trainer, Admits Using Betamethasone Ointment on Horse for 'Dermatitis'
"While we do not know definitively that this was the source of the alleged 21 picograms found in Medina Spirit's post-race blood sample, and our investigation is containing, I have been told by equine pharmacology experts that this could explain the test results," Baffert said.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Video Shows Uber Driver Unleashing Racist Rant Against Black Passenger and Her Daughter
Jovene Milligan has since filed a lawsuit against Uber, hoping that the company will implement safety protections for people who may feel threatened by their drivers.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

44% of Surveyed Small Businesses Can't Find Workers to Fill U.S. Jobs
U.S. job openings soar to a high as the economy expands but wages and benefits increase only modestly.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Chuck Schumer Blasts GOP For 'Trying to Disenfranchise' Voters in Senate Hearing: 'Shame On Them'
Republicans such as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell attacked the Democrats' voting rights legislation known as the For the People Act. McConnell criticized it as a "partisan power grab."

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Police Ordered to Pay Nation of Islam $130K for Blocking Louis Farrakhan Reparations Speech
"My clients just wanted to talk about reparations for the historical and continuing effects of slavery," the Nation of Islam lawyers told the High Court Monday.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Shoe Store Employee Accused of Performing Lewd Acts on Customers' and Co-Workers' Footwear
Malachai Wylie, who worked at Number One Shoes in Palmerston North, New Zealand, is expected to appear in court later this month.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

The Backfiring Strategy to Make COVID Vaccines 'Cool' | Opinion
Once dismissed as a conspiracy theory, the use of vaccine passports is spreading. Are they here to stay?

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Aussie Woman Who Woke Up With Irish Accent is Sharing her Journey on TikTok
27-year-old Angie Yen says she suffers from 'foreign accent syndrome' after her Australian accent was suddenly replaced by an Irish one last month.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Caitlyn Jenner Lags Behind Faulconer, Cox, Ose in Challenge to Gavin Newsom, Poll Shows
The new poll also found that opposition to the gubernatorial recall campaign is growing among California voters.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

China's Baby Population Declines by 18% in 1 Year, Data Shows
The latest data puts China closer to being overtaken by India as the most populous country, which is expected to happen by 2025.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Man Poses in Front of Moving Bus for 'Death Wish' TikTok Video
One TikToker has proved that the need for content knows no bounds, after he posed in front of a traveling bus for a video on the app.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

'Hitler Gang' Performs 'Nazi Salute' in Video Aimed at Classmate
A trans/nonbinary Jewish classmate fears for their safety after a TikTok of their peers emerged in which they emulated a 'Hitler gang.'

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Police: 14-Year-Old Charged in 13-Year-Old Tristyn Bailey's Death Posted Snapchat Asking if Anyone Had Seen Her
Aiden Fucci was arrested and charged with second-degree murder on Monday after Bailey's body was discovered in a wooded area a day earlier in St. Johns, Florida.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

How Billie Eilish's Hair Color Has Changed Over Time
Billie Eilish has become known for being able to pull off just about any hair colour. Here's a look back at her hair colour over the years.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

When Will India Overtake China in Population?
India's population is expected to overtake China's this decade as officials in Beijing reported the country's slowest-ever growth rate since its first census in 1960.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Drugs Linked to Swell in Violence Targeting French Police
After another slaying of a French police officer, officials are pointing to drug trafficking as the primary culprit in the increase of anti-police violence.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Five Unaccompanied Migrant Children Found Abandoned in Extreme Heat Near Border
"If not for our community and law enforcement partners, these little girls could have faced the more than 100-degree temperatures with no help," Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Austin Skero said.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

You Can Now Get Paid $1k to Explore Your Own State in a Dream Job Outdoors
Anyone over the age of 18 living in any of the 50 states is eligible to apply to be WhistleOut's "chief adventure officer."

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

12 U.S. Mass Shootings Leave 17 Dead, 41 Injured in a Single Weekend
Six mass shootings took place on May 8, followed by another six on May 9, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

54% of Americans Without COVID Shot Could Be Convinced to Get It: Poll
Kizzmekia Corbett, immunologist at National Institutes of Health, sits down to answer questions and concerns about the coronavirus vaccine to people who are still unsure.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Every Major Company to Leave Facebook So Far
A slew of major companies have withdrawn their presence and advertising spend across Facebook amid a growing concern over unregulated hate speech, racism and possible data breaches.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Asteroid the Size of the Statue of Liberty Due to Zoom Past Earth This Week
NASA's CNEOS department has tracked the asteroid since 2015. It is due to make a close approach this week.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Little Mix Calls Out Newspaper for Mistaking Leigh-Anne Pinnock for Jade Thirlwall
"Why is it that the two women of color are always mistaken for each other?" Leigh-Anne Pinnock tweeted.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Disturbing Video of Attack on Asian Man in California Shows 80-Year-Old Screaming for Help
Violent crimes against the Asian community in San Leandro, California, rose 238 percent from 2019 to 2020, according to a victim demographic study the police department did in March.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

'Golden Retriever Experience' Allows You to Play With Pack of Adorable Dogs
Guests interested in the playtime experience can have as many or as few dogs as they'd like for their session.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Great White Sharks, Dolphins Have Close Encounter in Stunning Drone Footage
A man has filmed a breathtaking video of great whites and dolphins swimming off the Pacific coast.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Federal Minimum Wage Hasn't Risen Since 2009. But Our Living Costs Have Soared
The cost of medical care in the average U.S. city has increased 39 percent since the last minimum wage increase.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Gas Prices Hit Highest Rate in 6 Years After Cyberattack Paralyzes Pipeline
The Colonial Pipeline being forced to close has also resulted in widespread fuel shortages, particularly at stations along the East Coast.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Elephant Plays Cricket Holding Bat With Trunk in Incredible Video
A video has emerged of an elephant skillfully playing cricket with a group of men, and it has divided opinion on Twitter.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Video Shows Violence Break Out at Homeless Encampment at Venice Beach, California Boardwalk
"Venice's world famous beach and boardwalk are crippled," stated a recent letter from community members to city officials.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Iran Accuses U.S. of 'Unprofessional Behavior' After Navy Fires Warning Shots at Revolutionary Guard
Iran denounced the U.S. Navy on Tuesday, saying it employed "provocative and aimless shooting," after a Coast Guard cutter fired warning shots at Revolutionary Guard vessels.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

TikTok Video of 'Oddly Satisfying' Popcorn Ceiling Removal Has Viewers Hooked
One painter's popcorn ceiling removal has filled TikTok's satisfaction cravings with just one viral video. The clip has been viewed over five million times in just two days.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

How Many Subscribers Do Netflix, Disney and the Rest of the Streaming Services Have?
Netflix, Amazon, Disney and the rest of the streaming services are locked in the "streaming wars" - but which ones are winning the battle among subscribers?

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Billboard in Portland, Oregon, Blames Gun Violence in Black Community on 'Racism Self-Hate'
A northeast Portland, Oregon, billboard takes on the effect of gun violence within Black communities, drawing attention to the city's recent homicide rate increase.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

NASA's Voyager 1 Probe Detects 'Gentle Rain' of Plasma Activity in Interstellar Space
The decades-old probe is currently more than 14 billion miles away from our planet and has detected a "hum" of plasma.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Unclaimed IRS Tax Refunds Available to 1.3 Million People: How to Get Yours
"Time is quickly running out for these taxpayers," IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said. "There's only a three-year window to claim these refunds, and the window closes on May 17."

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

What Joe Biden Has Said About Israel-Palestine Conflict
The president has repeatedly affirmed that he supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which has escalated in recent days.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Taiwan Blasts China's 'Shameless Lies' After Beijing Claims Nobody Cares More About Taiwanese
"After what Beijing has done to Xinjiang, Tibet & Hong Kong, no sane person would believe it could take care of Taiwan's health needs or otherwise," Taiwan's foreign minister tweeted on Tuesday.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Trump Endorses Glenn Youngkin, Says Virginia Doesn't Need 'Communist Chinese' Running State
Trump criticized former Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is not yet the Democratic nominee, for having "suspicious" deals with China.

Newsweek
May 11, 2021

Orphaned Foal Adopted by Horse Who Lost Her Baby in Heart-wrenching Video
The foal was born the same night as the mare lost her baby, with the horse's mother tragically dying just a few days later.

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