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Chase Rice Slammed for Joking About Coronavirus to Promote New Song

Added: 01.12.2020 15:38 | 14 views | 0 comments

Chase Rice, The 53rd Annual CMA AwardsChase Rice has come under fire over his promotion of his new single "Drinkin' Beer. Talkin' God. Amen." Just hours before the song dropped on Nov. 29, the 35-year-old...

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Fired cybersecurity chief hints at legal action after Trump campaign lawyer said he should be executed

Added: 01.12.2020 14:20 | 15 views | 0 comments

"I've got an exceptional team of lawyers that win in court, and I think they're probably going to be busy,” he said.

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'Firehose of Falsehood:' Trump Is Trying to Confuse the Public

Added: 01.12.2020 12:25 | 11 views | 0 comments

Trump is running a

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Brazil bank heist: Armed gang mount fierce assault on city of Criciúma

Added: 01.12.2020 12:16 | 2 views | 0 comments

Criciúma was the "target of a major assault" with shots fired out across town, its mayor says.

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Turn your Fire TV into a larger Amazon Echo Show. Here's how

Added: 01.12.2020 10:45 | 25 views | 0 comments

A new update gives you a slew of new hands-free features you've never been able to use on the Fire TV.

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Spotted owls pushed closer to 'extinction vortex' by Oregon wildfires

Added: 01.12.2020 10:01 | 14 views | 0 comments

Oregon fires burned over 560 square miles of spotted owl habitat. Of that, about 300 square miles are no longer considered viable for the birds.

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Navy will decommission warship damaged in suspected arson

Added: 01.12.2020 3:34 | 12 views | 0 comments

The amphibious assault ship burned for more than four days in July and was the Navy’s worst U.S. warship fire outside of combat in recent memory.

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Area burned by severe fire increased 8-fold in western US over past four decades

Added: 01.12.2020 3:18 | 18 views | 0 comments

The number of wildfires and the amount of land they consume in the western US has substantially increased since the 1980s, a trend often attributed to ongoing climate change. Now, new research finds fires are not only becoming more common in the western US but the area burned at high severity is also increasing, a trend that may lead to long-term forest loss.

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