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Chance the Rapper to host the latest version of ‘Punk’d’

Chance the Rapper to host the latest version of ‘Punk’d’

Chance the Rapper announced his new job Friday. The Chicago rapper will be the new host of the latest version of the prank show “Punk’d,” according to his tweets. “I got a new job. I’m hosting PUNK’D on @Quibi NO ONE IS SAFE,” Chance tweeted. This newest version of “Punk’d” will be broadcast on the…MORE

NFL’s New Orleans Saints fight releasing emails in Catholic sex abuse lawsuit

NFL’s New Orleans Saints fight releasing emails in Catholic sex abuse lawsuit

The New Orleans Saints are fighting a legal request to make public emails they sent to Catholic officials in a sex abuse lawsuit. The Saints acknowledged in a statement released Friday that Greg Bensel, the team’s senior vice president for communications, advised the Archdiocese of New Orleans on handling media attention before the 2018 release…MORE

Fire devastates New York museum of Chinese American life

Fire devastates New York museum of Chinese American life

A devastating fire Thursday night destroyed up to 85,000 artifacts at New York’s Museum of Chinese in America, a repository of significant cultural materials documenting Chinese life in America. “It was like how I felt when someone passed away,” museum president Nancy Yao Maasbach said of her first thoughts upon hearing of the fire at…MORE

The Des Moines Register’s editorial board endorses Elizabeth Warren for president

The Des Moines Register’s editorial board endorses Elizabeth Warren for president

The Des Moines Register’s editorial board endorsed Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president on Saturday, nine days from the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. “Elizabeth Warren will push an unequal America in the right direction,” the headline of the endorsement reads. The editorial board called Warren “the best leader for these times,” and said she “is not…MORE

US soldier dies in Syria, Defense Department says

US soldier dies in Syria, Defense Department says

A US soldier has died in Syria, the US Defense Department announced Saturday. Army Spc. Antonio I. Moore, 22, from Wilmington, North Carolina, died Friday in Deir ez-Zor Province, Syria, according to a release by the department. Moore died “during a rollover accident while conducting route clearing operations,” and the incident is under investigation, according…MORE

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