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96 feed A vegan tortilla soup with mushrooms, black beans and all your favorite toppings - about 23 hours ago
Eddie Garza's mushroom tortilla soup recipe features a deep, smoky broth — and lots of toppings.
93 feed Teen star Swiatek wins second career title - about 5 hours ago
French Open champion Iga Swiatek breezed past second seed Belinda Bencic 6-2 6-2 in the Adelaide International final on Saturday to claim the second title of her career.
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93 feed ‘Inferior’ women: China counters Uyghur criticism with explicit PR attacks - about 5 hours ago
China, under growing global pressure over its treatment of a Muslim minority in its far west, is mounting an unprecedented and aggressive campaign to push ...
93 feed Man Utd rue ref call in Chelsea stalemate - about 20 hours ago
Callum Hudson-Odoi survived some VAR penalty call drama as Chelsea and Manchester United played out a 0-0 stalemate at Stamford Bridge, which did neither side any real favours towards their Premier League goals this season.
93 feed Glenn Roeder dies aged 65 - about 21 hours ago
Former Watford, West Ham, and Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has died at the age of 65 following a long battle with a brain tumour.
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94 feed Georgia teacher apologizes after using Zoom class to blame Breonna Taylor for her own death - about 20 hours ago
A Georgia teacher who defended Breonna Taylor’s killers in a virtual class has apologized for what she now admits was her own ignorance. Video journalist David Dennis Jr. obtained shows Susan McCoy, a forensics and environmental science teacher at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, ranting on Zoom Friday about Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical technician killed by police serving a no-knock drug warrant. In the rant, McCoy blamed the Kentucky woman for her own death. "I'm sorry she was killed, but you know when you hang out with people with guns that shoot at cops, you're likely to get caught in the crossfire," the teacher said, later adding that she was talking about "what's her name... (continue)
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94 feed Word by word, the Biden administration is erasing Trump's language of racism, xenophobia and hate - about 21 hours ago
The Biden administration is moving rapidly to dig this country out from the noxious pile of racism, xenophobia, and bigotry the Trump administration tried to normalize in our government over the last four years. The damage and harm that words can do should never be underestimated. And as reported by Michael D. Shear for The New York Times, the transformation underway in the nation’s newly staffed federal agencies is happening in tandem with... (continue)
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94 feed Former CPAC chair: 'The Republican party really no longer stands for any kind of principles' - about 22 hours ago
It’s fitting that this year’s CPAC conference is being held in Orlando, a land of make-believe where thousands of folks travel each year to gawk at a surly, splotchy whale flailing around with no real purpose other than to wow a small cross-section of Americans who’ve grown bored with taunting the three-legged goat at their local petting zoo. I mean, one of the speakers is a high-profile member of a right-wing Japanese cult that believes its leader is the reincarnated spirit of an alie... (continue)
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90 feed PREMIER LEAGUE - Arsenal hand Leicester 2nd straight home defeat - about 22 hours ago
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90 feed CORONAVIRUS EU - Brussels says Covid-19 vaccine strategy to be accelerated in upcoming weeks - about 23 hours ago
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90 feed LA LIGA - Zidane: We were not that bad before nor are we the best now - about 23 hours ago
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94 feed Another barrier shattered as Toni Breidinger becomes NASCAR’s first female Arab American driver - about 22 hours ago
NASCAR, a sport historically dominated by white male drivers, just announced some big news. As Bubba Wallace became the first Black driver to lead a lap in the Daytona 500 race, Toni Breidinger made her Daytona debut in the Camping World Truck Series. As a result, Breidinger made history as the first female Arab American driver to participate in a national NASCAR race on Feb. 13. Breidinger, a known record-breaking driver, drove in the 2021 ARCA Menards Series season opener in Daytona, Florida, and 
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90 feed HONG KONG PROTESTS - 47 Hong Kong democracy activists charged for subversion under security law - about 23 hours ago
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93 feed China bombshell as billions finally run out - about 19 hours ago
Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu FC have “ceased operations”, underlining the financial problems coursing through football in the country.
99 feed Myanmar Security Forces Open Fire on Protesters, Killing Several and Marking Deadliest Day - about 22 hours ago
A U.N. human rights official said it had “credible information” that 18 people were killed
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93 feed Hits & misses: Was Jose right all along about Bale? - about 20 hours ago
Was Jose Mourinho right all along about Gareth Bale? The Welshman's performance against Burnley assessed, plus another morale-boosting Arsenal win dissected...
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93 feed Jose's Bale praise: 'He's better than ever' - about 21 hours ago
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho insists Gareth Bale is "better than ever" and said any manager in the world would want him with the form he showed against Burnley.
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93 feed Rooney seals League Cup for St Johnstone - about 22 hours ago
St Johnstone won the Scottish League Cup for the first time in their 137-year history as Shaun Rooney's first-half header sealed a 1-0 victory over Livingston at Hampden Park.
93 feed Bale's resurgence continues as Spurs thrash Burnley - about 22 hours ago
Gareth Bale's Tottenham resurgence continued as he inspired Jose Mourinho's side to a 4-0 victory over Burnley.