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President-elect Joe Biden's winning margin over President Trump increased by 87 total votes following a partial recount in Wisconsin that the Trump campaign paid $3 million to have completed.
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A justice noted the lawsuit to throw out ballots wasn't filed until Republicans' preferred candidate lost. "Unsatisfied with the results of that wager, they would now flip over the table, scattering to the shadows the votes of millions of Pennsylvanians."
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Need a Sunday read? Peep the version of our last 3 episodes on Bobby Shmurda. It’s a movie. It’s a tragedy. It’s a trap.
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🔹 Name an animal and spell it backward. 🔹Now name a variety of meat and insert it inside the animal's name that you've spelled backward. 🔹 A common word will be revealed. Know what it is? Submit your answer here ⬇
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When the state of Kansas issued a mask mandate, 81 counties opted out. Researchers found that coronavirus infection rates rose sharply in the opt-out counties — while falling in areas that required masks.
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Appetite for Change teaches North Minneapolis locals to grow food in the absence of healthy options. "The meaning of the name George — and I am talking about George Floyd — His name means 'the farmer,' " a co-founder says. "His name represents the land."
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Sometimes, when the days are getting shorter and the world seems like it's getting darker, a melancholy read seems like just the thing — so here are three fittingly dark novels in translation.
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Republican infighting is worrying some conservatives about the party's chances in Georgia's two crucial Senate runoffs:
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“It is not our role to lend legitimacy to such transparent and untimely efforts to subvert the will of Pennsylvania voters. Courts should not decide elections when the will of the voters is clear," wrote a state Supreme Court justice. (via )
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Misty Copeland didn't mind that Setor Fiadzigbey — who illustrated her new book, "Bunheads" — didn't have any dancers in his portfolio. After all, he had lots of superheroes. "Dancers are superheroes," she says. She knew he could translate that energy.
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In which I may have set an record for usage of the word “poop.” Toys That Poop: Who Cares About The No. 1 Toy When You Could Have No. 2? : NPR
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This was a heartbreaking story with personal testimony of what being a so called ‘comfort woman’ was like during WW2. May we never forget how mass rape is a weapon of war
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David Prowse was offered a choice between the role of Darth Vader or Chewbacca. In 2008, he told NPR why he chose Vader: "If you think back on all the movies that you've ever seen where there are goodies and baddies ... you always remember the baddie."
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David Prowse, the man behind the Darth Vader mask and British weightlifting champion, has died. He was 85.
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In his Tiny Desk (home) concert, soul legend Don Bryant brings us that feeling of enjoying classic soul music in a club, with just a keyboard, a guitar player and an otherwise empty room.
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As restaurants scramble to survive the pandemic, some are trying to make cold-weather outdoor dining tolerable and safe using plastic bubbles. They'll protect you from other diners' germs -- but you'd better really trust the folks inside with you.
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Scientists say Everest is getting taller, over time, because of plate tectonics. But earthquakes can reduce their height in an instant.
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Jordan Scott is a poet, a master of words, and a stutterer. While his new kids' book details his childhood journey of coming to terms with his stutter, the word "stutter" itself doesn't appear until the final page: "Even the river stutters. Like I do."
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Kaley Cuoco plays a messy flight attendant in the HBO MAX series that begins when a very bad night leads to a very rough morning full of mystery, confusion — and a desperate effort to find out what happened.
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Most live music venues in Cajun country have gone quiet in the pandemic. Hundreds of musicians are hurting. "Cajun people have had to endure lots," says Marc Savoy, a patriarch of Cajun music. "I think it's in our blood to endure whatever falls upon us."
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