• $1 Trillion Stimulus Vote Delayed As Progressives Win First Round
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  • $100,000 Wine Gamble Turned Into 100-Point Scores From Top Wine Critics
    Sunset in the country getty Sitting on the back porch drinking a beautiful glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, the sunset painted the sky with colors of saffron and gold; there, a veteran wine producer in Napa Valley took in the recent catastrophe that destroyed so much of his community while he contemplated the luck of no loss of human life in the disaster, and less importantly,...
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  • $2,000 Stimulus Checks Update and Impeachment Unfolds! Congress Heard You!
    This Evening’s Topics: 0:00 Countdown 9:42 Welcome 12:11 Capitol Riot Update 19:09 Trump Speaks about the Capitol Riot 23:54 FBI Statement 31:27 Stimulus Update 52:45 Closing Senator Joe Manchin heard your calls. The House moves forward with impeachment. The FBI warned of a ‘war’ coming to Capitol Hill. No one cared.  Sign up for our Free DAILY newsletter delivered right to...
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  • “Black Women Deserve Great Sex” Is the Motto That Keeps This Wellness Platform Running
    Image Source: Kimbritive Kimberly Huggins and Brittany Brathwaite threw their first safer-sex party in 2011. At the time, they were both members of Sex S.Y.M.B.A.LS, a student-led sexual health organization at Syracuse University. They’d reserved a small, intimate space on campus, expecting no more than two dozen people to attend. After all, the event was about sexual education, not...
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  • “My face looked wrong”: What it’s like living with body dysmorphic disorder
    The problem started with the mirror.  As I was doing my hair one morning before work, I studied my face in the mirror. Something just looked… wrong. I moved my head closer, swiveled from side to side, and was immediately flooded with alarm. The face that stared back at me  looked crooked and malformed in a way I’d never noticed. I ran to another mirror in the house, hoping for...
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  • “National Conservative” manifesto: A plan for fascism — but it’s not hypothetical
    Last November in Orlando, dozens of the right’s leading intellectuals, writers and think tank staffers gathered for the first meeting of the National Conservatism conference since the COVID pandemic hit, drawing journalists from across the political spectrum seeking to untangle what this high-brow gathering of avowed nationalists was all about. The emergence of the...
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  • “Slap in the face”: Texas GOP snubs Democrat who represents Uvalde from committee on school shooting
    State Sen. Roland Gutierrez, a Democrat who represents Uvalde, said his exclusion from a special legislative committee designed to make legislative recommendations in response to the Uvalde shooting was a “slap in the face” to the people of that community. “I do consider it a slap in the face to the people of Uvalde,” said Gutierrez, who has been one of the...
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  • “The View” sees “fascism down the line” after SCOTUS Roe draft leak
    On Tuesday, the women on “The View” were fired up to address the news that the Supreme Court has voted to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision after a draft majority opinion was shockingly leaked by Politico the night before. RELATED: Leaked majority opinion says Supreme Court is set to overturn Roe v. Wade On the show, Whoopi Goldberg – who took some time off the...
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  • “What I always wanted Pride to be:” Queerbomb Austin returns after pandemic pause
    AUSTIN (KXAN) — LGBTQ+ Pride Month arose out of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising and the struggle for gay and transgender rights in the U.S., but acceptance also led to commercialization. Now, major corporations change to rainbow logos for a month while also supporting anti-gay and anti-transgender politicians during the rest of the year. This is why Queerbomb exists. The radical alternative...
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  • ‘Asylum Officers Are Playing God’: Luma Mufleh on Coming to America as an Immigrant
    When Luma Mufleh took a wrong turn and found herself in a parking lot in Clarkston, Georgia, on a spring day in 2004, she didn’t expect to meet and become a soccer coach to a group of young refugee boys. She didn’t expect that getting to know these boys—and the ways the educational system consistently failed them and their families—would lead her to start the...
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