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Doritos Decides to Pull a Bud Light... But Worse!
Doritos, a brand notorious for its greasy, genetically modified tortilla chips, has ignited a firestorm of controversy.
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Radical Group Sabotages Tesla, Musk Criticizes Counterproductive Attack
A radical group, "Vulkangruppe," targeted Germany's power grid, halting Tesla's Gigafactory and affecting 60,000 residents.
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Market Overvalued, Future Returns Likely Disappointing: Bank of America
Bank of America's recent analysis highlights a stark reality: the market is significantly overvalued by 20 of the 25 metrics they track, casting a shadow over the surge in bullish sentiment.
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U.S.-South Korea Drills Prompt North Korea Tensions
As the U.S. and South Korea embark on their 'Freedom Shield' exercises, anticipation mounts over North Korea's likely aggressive response.
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Super Tuesday Begins!
Super Tuesday has rolled in, and Nikki Haley is still hanging on in the race, despite lagging significantly behind the GOP's titan, Donald Trump.
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“Wee’lll . . .  Lose a Lot of People” - Zelensky
The Hero of the Establishment - Zelensky – visibly high on drugs or alcohol shamelessly participates in an MSNBC interview without coherence to reasonably answer questions:
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Blood Drips from the Horns of Biden.
Fox News reported that UGA Police Chief Jeffrey Clark announced that police charged Jose Antonio Ibarra with felony murder, malice murder, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and other crimes against the UGA nursing student Laken Riley.
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Ukrainian Defense Contractors Swindling Funds
In a revelation that borders on the absurd, yet hardly surprising, the SBU intelligence agency of Ukraine has uncovered what can only be described as a farcical $40 million embezzlement scheme.
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God's Army Is Coming to Save Texas
The "God's Army" convoy has emerged as a formidable force against the federal government's failure to secure the southern border. 
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Seven U.S. Trained Fighters Killed in Syria
The situation in the Red Sea vividly illustrates the diminishing influence of the U.S. in maintaining 'deterrence,' a concept that now seems more illusory than ever.
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Tension in the Middle East Threatens Oil Prices
The recent U.S. military strikes against Iranian proxy forces have potentially upended a delicate balance. Until now, the U.S. and China had managed, through a combination of strategic tolerance and diplomatic maneuvering, to keep a lid on Iran's retaliatory capabilities in response to various geopolitical tensions.
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