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Questions Arise After Rudy Giuliani’s Scene in Borat

Back on July 7, former New York mayor and current attorney to Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, reported an intrusion from an unusually dressed man to the New York Police; however, the police found that no crime had been committed. It has now come to light that the person in question was Sacha Baron Cohen, who was filming for his new movie, the sequel to his 2006 film Borat.

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Banksy Painting Auctioned for Nearly $10 Million

In 2005, Banksy showcased an exhibition titled Crude Oils: A Gallery of Re-mixed Masterpieces, Vandalism and Vermin, in which he placed his own spin on famous art pieces. This gallery ran for over a week in London and included reworked pieces from artists including Warhol, Monet, and Van Gogh.

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President Trump Ends 60 Minutes Interview Early

Trump reportedly shut down an interview with CBS news show 60 Minutes on Tuesday afternoon. The interview is part of a segment that is set to air on Sunday. The segment is meant to feature an interview between 60 Minutes reporter Lesley Stahl and President Trump, as well as current Vice President Mike Pence.

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How Sienna Mae Gomez Broke the Internet Overnight

There is no question that the body positivity movement has recently gained a lot of popularity. Accepting our bodies and loving all our flaws is incredibly important, but it is easier said than done.

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Asteroids Fly by The Earth

On October 19, two asteroids flew by Earth at a proximity that scientists say was closer than the moon. These two asteroids, 2020 UX and 2020 TF6, were less than half of the distance of the moon away.

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Parole Granted To Louisiana Man Sentenced To Life Over Stolen Hedge Clippers

Last week, in a 3-0 vote, the Louisiana Committee on Parole decided to grant Louisiana man Fair Wayne Bryant parole. Bryant was sentenced to life in prison after stealing a pair of hedge clippers in 1997. The severity of the sentence was due to Louisiana’s “habitual offender” laws, which provide harsher sentences to those with previous convictions.

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Trump Administration Refuses Aid For California Wildfires

Last month, Governor Gavin Newsom of California requested emergency funds in response to the damage caused by the wildfires occurring across the state. The White House was asked to declare “a major disaster” in the seven counties experiencing devastating fires during the month of September.

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YouTube Updates Hate and Harassment Policies to Combat Conspiracy Theories

Recently, social media censorship on private platforms has been at the forefront of discussion. With predominant platforms Facebook and Twitter working to fact check and remove content containing fake news, other companies are sure to follow suit. This includes, most recently, YouTube.

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Facebook Is Cracking Down On Misinformation

On Tuesday, October 13, Facebook announced a new movement to reduce misinformation on their website and help promote public health, revealing that they are going to stop allowing ads that discourage people from getting a vaccine.

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Did Bill Burr Cross The Line While Hosting SNL?

Bill Burr is a comedian and actor known for his interesting jokes that usually teeter on the line of what is appropriate. But that’s just comedy, right? Well, in today’s world, the line has moved. It has become the norm to be conscious and sensitive of everything and everyone when making any sort of statement in public.

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Trump Campaign Clashes with Fauci Over Political Ad

On Saturday, the Trump campaign released a 30-second political ad that focuses on how President Trump has handled the coronavirus crisis.

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Netflix’s Cuties Is Now Facing A Lawsuit

The Netflix movie Cuties has been embroiled in controversy since its poster was released by Netflix, showing its lead characters dressed in revealing clothing while posing provocatively on stage.

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