Bribes for Presidential Pardons Scheme Investigated by DOJ

U.S. prosecutors are investigating whether several individuals offered political contributions in exchange for a presidential pardon, according to an unsealed court document. The names of the people under investigation were blacked out in the document. The partially redacted opinion unsealed on Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell in Washington said the Justice Department was investigating a “bribery conspiracy” in […]

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Rubio blasts Twitter for inaction on Chinese official's tweet with doctored image of Australian soldier

Ted Cruz accuses Twitter’s Jack Dorsey of bias, inconsistent standards Sen. Ted Cruz grills Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey at Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took aim at Twitter Tuesday for its inaction against the spread of disinformation by a Chinese government official on its platform.  Zhao Lijian, the deputy director-general of China’s Information Department, shared a photoshopped image Sunday of an […]

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Eric Trump says parents' 'sloppy divorce' prepared him for public scrutiny under Trump presidency

TRUMP NATION: ‘The First Family’ President Trump's second son Eric has told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo that his parents' "sloppy divorce" helped him develop a thick skin that would serve him well navigating the public scrutiny that accompanied his father's campaign and presidency.  The younger Trump spoke candidly with Bartiromo in a rare interview on Fox Nation's "The First Family" during which he opened […]

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Gutfeld on Paul Krugman’s ‘illegitimate’ column

Gutfeld on Paul Krugman’s “illegitimate” column NY Times columnist claims Democrats never called Trump ‘illegitimate’; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five’ Bear with me because this requires explanation. You may not know Paul Krugman, but he’s the biggest joke on The New York Times’ comic page. Except at the Times they call the comics op-eds. In his latest spoof, Krugman […]

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Dry Ice Rules for Massive Covid-19 Vaccine Airlift Approved

Rules allowing the rapid shipment of Covid-19 vaccines by cargo aircraft have been approved by U.S. transportation regulators. The Transportation Department established safety requirements for carrying the potentially dangerous dry ice needed to keep some vaccines stable, the agency said in a press release Tuesday. It also set standards for carrying flammable batteries needed in the airlift and eased restrictions […]

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Pelosi, McConnell Offer New Stimulus Plans as Rebound Slows

Efforts in Congress to pass additional coronavirus relief gained a small measure of hope as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi offered a fresh Democratic proposal and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell began circulating his own revised plan among fellow Republicans. The sudden emergence of the proposals Tuesday after a six-month stalemate over another round of pandemic aid followed evidence that surging […]

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These 10 companies are the fastest-growing DTC pet care brands by website traffic. They're competing with Nestle's Purina and Mars's Royal Canin to take a bite out of the nearly $100 billion pet product market.

Demand for pet foods and related supplies has been booming thanks to more pet adoptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data from SimilarWeb, which tracks global digital traffic for websites and apps, points to 10 direct-to-consumer pet care brands that have grown the fastest so far in 2020. These upstarts, from The Farmer's Dog to Spot and Tango, are positioned to […]

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10 affordable gifts for friends and family under $10

Americans spent over $9 billion on online shopping during Black Friday alone this year, according to Adobe Analytics. But that doesn't mean everyone has completed their holiday shopping. If you're still looking for small stocking stuffers, CNBC Make It rounded up 10 fun ideas that cost $10 or less. 1. Sip on some nostalgia  Two Rivers Coffee Candy-Flavored Hot Chocolate […]

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This $8 clay mask is one of the most popular beauty products across the internet, and it's the only thing that has helped clear up my skin

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. I've tried a lot of face masks in my life — from dirt-cheap impulse purchases to $80 award-winning at-home facials  — and nothing has improved the clarity of my skin like this giant $8 tub of the Aztec Secret Clay Mask. After seeing it all over the […]

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