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Joel Embiid called the play dangerous. His head coach, Doc Rivers, thought it was just a hard foul. Either way, the Philadelphia 76ers center isn't feeling too great after a shove ...
Explainer: Why Trump's post-presidency perks, like a pension and office, are safe for the rest of his life
The impeachment proceeding against Donald Trump on a charge of inciting the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has fueled speculation online that he could lose some of the benefits extended to former presidents. But according to legal experts, under the laws currently in effect, Trump will retain perks including a pension, office space and security detail even in the unlikely event that he is convicted by the Senate in its impeachment trial. Trump can thank a relatively obscure law, the Former Presidents Act.
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The coronavirus pandemic has seen people across the globe go into lockdown, and with that there has been a rise in sales for sex toys.
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Pawel Relowicz, 26, is accused of raping and murdering Libby Squire.
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Video Biden administration has system in place where reporters will not ask president tough questions: Media critic
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Michael Beschloss said Trump now occupies a uniquely terrible position.
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After burning the Packers on Sunday, Miller's feeling extra confident.