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Calif.: Criminals Raided Unemployment Funds to…

From March of last year to the middle of January, California paid out some $114 billion in unemployment benefits. Now, the state's labor secretary, Julie Su, has some alarming news on about $11.4 billion, or 10%, of that figure—those payments were fraudulent, stolen by hackers, identity thieves, and...

UK eyes quarantine hotels for travelers to curb…

Britain appears ready to order some travelers coming in from abroad to isolate in hotels in an attempt to stop the import of new virus variants

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Orphaned wombat sucks his thumb to tell human mom he's hungry

'Harry Potter' TV Series Reportedly Being Planned…

'Harry Potter' TV Series Reportedly Being Planned for HBO Max. According to 'The Hollywood Reporter' and 'Variety,' a live-action TV series is in the "extremely early stages.". 'The Hollywood Reporter' says executives have "engaged in multiple conversations with potential writers exploring various ideas that would bring the beloved property to television.". Warner Bros. and HBO Max are denying the claims. There are no 'Harry Potter' series in development at the studio or on the streaming platform, Warner Bros. and HBO Max representatives, to CNBC. Though both companies deny that anything is "in development," insiders still insist the idea is being talked about. Many 'Harry Potter' fans were excited by news of the potential series, . but others were upset due to author J.K. Rowling's recent anti-trans statements

Disneyland to Redo Offensive Scenes on Jungle…

The Jungle Cruise, a Disneyland staple since 1955, has regularly undergone tweaks. It's now in for a broader rethinking, the Walt Disney Co. announced Monday. The goals are to make the ride more inclusive and racially sensitive, the Los Angeles Times reports. That will be achieved partly by eliminating "negative...

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Study Finds Common Back Pain Treatment Doesn't…

A commonly prescribed treatment for people suffering from chronic back pain may not be providing any relief. A new review suggests that antidepressants when prescribed for chronic pain, provide little to no back pain relief. The review did find that the medications could however offer a modest benefit for osteoarthritis and sciatica. Their review looked at data from 33 clinical trials studying the use of antidepressants for chronic pain. Antidepressants are frequently prescribed by doctors to help chronic pain sufferers with their mental distress.

Families flock to ice castles for socially…

The castles in Dillon, CO are one of four locations these ice castles can be found across the country.

Tazmanian Devil

Trailer for 'Tazmanian Devil' starring Adepero Oduye, Abraham Attah, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine , Billie D. Merritt, Kwesi Boakye

Apollo CEO Retiring Over $158M in Epstein Payments

Over a five-year period that ended in 2017, Apollo Global Management CEO and co-founder Leon Black forked over $158 million to Jeffrey Epstein, long after Epstein had pleaded guilty in 2008 to a prostitution charge in Florida that involved a teen girl. That revelation came out recently as part of...

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COVID Strain Reaches US From Brazil

Minnesota health officials have confirmed they've found a new coronavirus variant in a patient, a strain that has been spreading fast in Brazil. It's the first known case in the US, the New York Times reports. The patient, who lives in the Twin Cities area and is now in isolation,...

South Africa's president criticizes 'vaccine…

South African president and African Union chairman Cyril Ramaphosa has called on richer nations to release surplus vaccine doses to the rest of the world

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Unusual rescue dog with missing left legs is…

Unusual rescue dog with missing left legs is defying odds

Budweiser, Coke and Pepsi to Sit out Super Bowl

Budweiser, Coke and Pepsi to Sit out Super Bowl . Coke and Pepsi first announced their withdrawals from Super Bowl advertising this year. Pepsi will be focusing on its sponsorship of the halftime show. Coke will be “investing in the right resources” as its sales have declined since less drinks are being purchased outside of the home. Budweiser is the latest to opt out of paying for Super Bowl ads. It will be the first time in 37 years that the iconic beer brand hasn't aired a commercial during the big game. Instead, Anheuser-Busch InBev will use its marketing money to promote COVID-19 vaccine education and access. . Budweiser will still run a digital Super Bowl ad during the week leading up to Super Bowl LV. Anheuser-Busch InBev's other brands, such as Bud Light and Michelob Ultra, will still have ads featured during the game

Tom Brady Is Racking Up the Incentive Pay

Tom Brady won more than a ticket to the Super Bowl when Tampa Bay won the NFC Championship on Sunday: His contract includes a $500,000 bonus for the feat. And should the Buccaneers win the Super Bowl, Brady stands to collect another $500,000, ESPN reports. The star quarterback...

Biden Extends Pause On Student Loans

President Biden issued an executive order extending a pause on federal student loan payments. The order will cover the vast majority of all federal student loans. Under President Biden's direction, the pause will allow borrowers to defer payments without penalty and reset interest rates to zero. According to HuffPost, the pause will be in effect through at least the end of September 2021. A pause on payments initially went into effect in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was extended in December and was scheduled to expire on Jan.31

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AccuWeather's Emmy Victor was in Chicago, Illinois, as snow came down on Jan. 25, while crews headed out to treat the roads.

A Ghost Waits

Trailer for 'A Ghost Waits' starring MacLeod Andrews, Sydney Vollmer, Amanda Miller, Angela Duggins, Nicholas Thurkettle

House Delivers Its Case for Impeachment to Senate

Nine House managers walked their article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening, setting up a trial of former President Trump on a charge of "incitement of insurrection" involving the assault on the Capitol on Jan. 6. It's the second time in less than a year that the ceremonial...

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Senator to Stand In for Roberts in Trump's Trial

Promising to "not waver from my constitutional and sworn obligations to administer the trial with fairness, in accordance with the Constitution and the laws," Sen. Patrick Leahy confirmed Monday that he'll preside over the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. The Vermont Democrat is the majority party's senior senator. A Leahy...

J&J has a strong finish for 2020 despite pandemic…

Johnson & Johnson is reporting a strong finish to the year, overcoming the disruption of the global pandemic in some parts of its business such as medical device sales

Woman drives 400 miles to save cat with the…

Woman drives 400 miles to save the world's saddest cat