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    Biden says he trusts vaccines and scientists, not Trump UFC on ESPN+ 36 pre-event facts: Donald Cerrone can add to stacked list of records Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Getty Images Our 30 favorite fictional schools Whether it be on television or the big screen. Elementary school, high school or college, Hollywood has taken us inside the halls ti some of the most famous fake institutions of learning. Many that we would actually want to attend for various reasons. Mostly because we...
    Domestic Violence Is Rising amid Pandemic — and Vulnerable People Are Not Able to Report Boxing: Former world middleweight champion Minter dies at 69 Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft New Car Gadget Magically Removes Scratches & Dents Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Universal Studios The best and...
    Judge refuses to free ex-Green Beret accused of espionage Cam Newton era begins as Patriots turn page on Brady years K/DA, the fictional League of Legends girl group, just released new single The Baddest and will come back with a full EP later this year © Provided by INSIDER K/DA is comprised of Akali, Ahri, Evelynn, and Kai'Sa of "League of Legends." Riot Games "League of Legends" girl group K/DA is back with a new pre-release single titled "The Baddest," an energentic, confident track sung in both Korean and English. The group, which first debuted in 2018, is comprised of "League of Legends" champions Akali, Ahri, Evelynn, and Kai'Sa. K/DA first announced that it would release new music...
    Liberty University sued The New York Times for defamation Wednesday, accusing the paper of publishing a “fictional tale” about the school reopening after spring break and causing a coronavirus outbreak. The Lynchburg, Virginia, school accused the paper of publishing a “click bait” story about a supposed coronavirus outbreak caused by the school reopening. The story spread rapidly across local and national news outlets and on social media, according to the Virginia Circuit Court lawsuit from Wednesday. The Times’ March 29 story, headlined: “Liberty University Brings Back Its Students, and Coronavirus Fears, Too,” was factually incorrect, the suit claims. The story reported that about 12 students “were sick with symptoms that suggested Covid-19,” when the school reopened, the Times reported. A...