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A woman in Alabama whose 28-year-old son died of COVID-19 regrets not getting vaccinated and said his last words were 'this is not a hoax, this is real'
"It took watching my son die and me suffering the effects of covid for us to realize we need the vaccine," Christy Carpenter told The Washington Post.
Hot girl summer, indeed.
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Boulders tumbled down a hill in northern India on Sunday, killing nine in the destructive path.That’s according to local news agency ANI.They reported that a group of mostly tourists were traveling by car when a landslide tore down the Batseri bridge in the Kinnaur district.TV footage captures its collapse.The Indo-Tibetan Border Police rushed a rescue team to dig through the rubble for any survivors.Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, "My heartfelt condolences to the families of those
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In its bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan claimed "this period provides an ideal climate for athletes to perform." It doesn't, and they lied.
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A couple is being sued for defamation after writing 1-star Google reviews of a roofing company, report says
Autumn Knepper and Adam Marsh uploaded the negative reviews after a receptionist was rude to them, they said. Now they're being sued for defamation.
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"I think it's bitterness cuz she doesn't have the musical capacity I have," Banks posted in response.
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The couple has released a portrait of the seemingly quiet ceremony in London
Camila Cabello shut down accusation that her dancer wore blackface, saying he was meant to look like 'a white man with a terrible spray tan'
Camila Cabello, who performed "Don't Let Go" live on "The Tonight Show," took to Twitter to clarify the makeup look of one of her backup dancers.
The female gymnasts who would not have met age eligibility criteria if the Tokyo Games had been held in 2020 are relishing their unique Olympic experience as an unforeseen - and controversial - chance to perform on the world's biggest stage. The postponement of the Games because of the COVID-19 pandemic posed a dilemma for the International Gymnastics Federation, the sport's governing body, which requires female artistic gymnasts to turn at least 16 in an Olympic year to be eligible. The feder
The two “were all over each other” on a date in Santa Barbara.