Struggling Victoria's Secret sold as women demand comfort, CEO Les Wexner to step down
Struggling Victoria's Secret sold as women demand comfort, CEO Les Wexner to step down

Victoria's Secret, which once defined sexy with its leggy supermodels in their lacy bras and oversized angel wings, has a new owner

Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including 'junk bond king' Michael Milken and ex-NYC top cop Bernie Kerik
Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including 'junk bond king' Michael Milken and ex-NYC top cop Bernie Kerik

The actions drew alarm from Democratic Rep Bill Pascrell, Jr of New Jersey, who accused Trump of using his unfettered pardon power 'to shield unrepentant felons, racists and corrupt scoundrels'

Porn website CamSoda offers free camgirl sessions to passengers quarantined on Diamond Princess
Porn website CamSoda offers free camgirl sessions to passengers quarantined on Diamond Princess

CamSoda is offering services to help passengers kill their boredom more effectively and they can now send a copy of their ticket to get 1000 free tokens

Coronavirus: 350 Americans fleeing virus zone land in California, to be quarantined for 14 days
Coronavirus: 350 Americans fleeing virus zone land in California, to be quarantined for 14 days

U.S. military officials said two jets, carrying the Americans evacuated from China, landed at Travis Air Force base

California Gov. Gavin Newsom pardons gay civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in new initiative helping LGBTQ community
California Gov. Gavin Newsom pardons gay civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in new initiative helping LGBTQ community

The governor issued an executive order creating what he called a new clemency initiative to identify those who might be eligible for pardons and swiftly consider those applications.

Kaepernick served meals at NYC charity on Super Bowl Sunday when his former NFL team 49ers played
Kaepernick served meals at NYC charity on Super Bowl Sunday when his former NFL team 49ers played

The former 49ers quarterback first stopped in Harlem to tour the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, which is dedicated to the research, preservation, and exhibition of materials focused on African American, African Diaspora, and African experiences

Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20, turn champions again after 50-year wait
Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20, turn champions again after 50-year wait

Patrick Mahomes threw for a pair of touchdowns in the game’s final 6:13, helping the Kansas City Chiefs erase a 10-point deficit and beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl 54

Coronavirus: United, Delta and American airlines suspend US-China flights as outbreak continues to spread
Coronavirus: United, Delta and American airlines suspend US-China flights as outbreak continues to spread

All three carriers said they were responding to a sharp drop in demand for the flights and State Department advisory telling Americans not to travel to China

Coronavirus: Americans refuse to leave their Chinese partners behind in Wuhan even as U.S. starts evacuation
Coronavirus: Americans refuse to leave their Chinese partners behind in Wuhan even as U.S. starts evacuation

The U.S. government is chartering a flight to transport several hundred diplomats, family members, and other Americans out of Wuhan

Wuhan outbreak: Washington man is first in the US to catch deadly coronavirus after visiting China
Wuhan outbreak: Washington man is first in the US to catch deadly coronavirus after visiting China

The US has its first case of a new virus found last month in China, but health officials say they believe the overall risk to Americans is low

Five times Elizabeth Warren was less than truthful: From father's past as a janitor to Native American ancestry
Five times Elizabeth Warren was less than truthful: From father's past as a janitor to Native American ancestry

Warren has often been criticized for her pattern of misleading the American populace, which might be perceived by some as normal in the Trumpian era.

Winter storms lash western states, leave several areas without electricity and essential supplies
Winter storms lash western states, leave several areas without electricity and essential supplies

Forecasters, however, say warmer weather will arrive by Saturday melting snow but increasing flood threat

Hawks star Trae Young pays off $1 million worth medical debt for  Atlanta families as a New Year's gift
Hawks star Trae Young pays off $1 million worth medical debt for Atlanta families as a New Year's gift

The 21-year-old basketball star reportedly donated $10,000 through his Trae Young Foundation to an organization that buys and forgives medical debt in the country

Lindsey Graham slams 'racist' Colin Kaepernick for criticizing Soleimani 'terrorist' hit
Lindsey Graham slams 'racist' Colin Kaepernick for criticizing Soleimani 'terrorist' hit

Kaepernick, on Saturday, had described the hit on Soleimani as part of a pattern of 'American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people.'

Scottsdale is the best American city for jobs while Detroit is the worst, survey shows
Scottsdale is the best American city for jobs while Detroit is the worst, survey shows

South Burlington in Vermont was found to be the city with the lowest unemployment rate of 1.7 percent and Detroit, the highest with nine percent.

28-year-old hiker killed by 200-foot redwood tree that fell on him at California national park on Christmas Eve
28-year-old hiker killed by 200-foot redwood tree that fell on him at California national park on Christmas Eve

The Minneapolis resident, his sister and her boyfriend were struck by the giant redwood tree when the trio was hiking through Muir Woods in California

‘F–k off!’ say New Yorkers after being named 'rudest city in America', question methodology of the survey
‘F–k off!’ say New Yorkers after being named 'rudest city in America', question methodology of the survey

The study surveyed 2,000 adults online about the rudest city in the country and the respondents ranked the Apple residents at the top of the list

Baba Ram Dass, counterculture icon and LSD pioneer, dies at 88
Baba Ram Dass, counterculture icon and LSD pioneer, dies at 88

Dass’ foundation, Love Serve Remember, announced late Sunday that the author and spiritual leader died peacefully at his home earlier in the day. No cause of death was given.

Surfer bitten by shark off the coast of California airlifted to safety by coast guard after 'truly terrifying situation'
Surfer bitten by shark off the coast of California airlifted to safety by coast guard after 'truly terrifying situation'

"Coast Guard helicopter crew from Air Station San Francisco FOB Mugu medevacs shark bite victim to safety and transports him to Santa Barbara Airport where EMTs awaited," the coast guard said in a Twitter post

XFL commissioner says Kaepernick was never a viable option: 'His salary demands are way out of our ballpark'
XFL commissioner says Kaepernick was never a viable option: 'His salary demands are way out of our ballpark'

Colin Kaepernick has remained a free agent since the end of the 2016 NFL season.

NFL closes chapter on Colin Kaepernick as league commissioner says former player 'chose not to take' opportunity during workout session
NFL closes chapter on Colin Kaepernick as league commissioner says former player 'chose not to take' opportunity during workout session

The workout was much awaited and was set to be in front of many NFL teams at the Atlanta Falcons. However, in a last-minute switch, it was shifted hundreds of miles away to a high school in Riverdale, south of Atlanta. The former quarterback hosted his own workout session.

Nancy Pelosi lashes out at reporter who asked her if she 'hated' Trump: 'Don't mess with me'
Nancy Pelosi lashes out at reporter who asked her if she 'hated' Trump: 'Don't mess with me'

Hours after telling the House Democrats to draft articles of impeachment to try to impeach Trump, Pelosi was irked during a media interaction. She said she is a Catholic and doesn't hate anybody.

Catholic leaders speak out against reinstatement of federal executions, call for protection of 'dignity of human life'
Catholic leaders speak out against reinstatement of federal executions, call for protection of 'dignity of human life'

A recent Gallup poll shows that a higher percentage of Americans now say they oppose capital punishment than at any other time in the modern history of the US death penalty

Colin Kaepernick snubbed yet again as wide receiver from his much-publicized workout gets NFL deal
Colin Kaepernick snubbed yet again as wide receiver from his much-publicized workout gets NFL deal

Reporter John Keim announced on Wednesday that Jordan Veasy has been signed to the Washington Redskins practice squad. 

49ers suspend announcer Tim Ryan  for saying  Ravens quarterback Lamar's "dark skin" helped him: 'You could not see the football'
49ers suspend announcer Tim Ryan for saying Ravens quarterback Lamar's "dark skin" helped him: 'You could not see the football'

Former defensive lineman Tim Ryan was discussing Jackson's outstanding performance in securing the Ravens' victory against the 49ers on Sunday when he made the controversial comments.

Marine veteran calls Colin Kaepernick a 'national disgrace', says former NFL star is 'extorting the black community'
Marine veteran calls Colin Kaepernick a 'national disgrace', says former NFL star is 'extorting the black community'

Jeremy Staat, who is running in California's 8th District as a Republican, also said he was 'tired of seeing him celebrated like he's a hero'

Colin Kaepernick snubbed by NFL again as injury-plagued Detroit Lions recruit two young quarterbacks instead
Colin Kaepernick snubbed by NFL again as injury-plagued Detroit Lions recruit two young quarterbacks instead

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has not played a single game in the NFL ever since he left the 49ers at the end of the 2016 session

Kaepernick celebrates 'Unthanksgiving Day' on Alcatraz Island to protest treatment of Native Americans: 'Make America Indigenous Again'
Kaepernick celebrates 'Unthanksgiving Day' on Alcatraz Island to protest treatment of Native Americans: 'Make America Indigenous Again'

The event, hosted by the International Indian Treaty Council, marked the anniversary of November 20, 1969, when Native American activists occupied Alcatraz Island.

San Francisco 49ers' Richard Sherman pays off $27,000 to clear student lunch debt in two schools in California, Washington
San Francisco 49ers' Richard Sherman pays off $27,000 to clear student lunch debt in two schools in California, Washington

The NFL player's foundation wrote, 'The last thing any child should have to worry about is being able to afford eating breakfast and lunch at school.'

Aubrey Huff teaching his children to use guns in case Bernie Sanders beats Trump in 2020 as using them 'under socialism will be a must'
Aubrey Huff teaching his children to use guns in case Bernie Sanders beats Trump in 2020 as using them 'under socialism will be a must'

Huff tweeted links to alleged empirical evidence that socialism has always produced disorder and chaos, noting that it was reason enough to motivate him to teach his kids proper gun usage.

Thousands stranded as storms lash California airports grounding flights and causing power outage
Thousands stranded as storms lash California airports grounding flights and causing power outage

San Francisco International Airport was affected by weather while Oakland International Airport lost power for about 90 minutes

Colin Kaepernick has had no offers from NFL after only 7 teams showed up for his much-publicized workout, reports say
Colin Kaepernick has had no offers from NFL after only 7 teams showed up for his much-publicized workout, reports say

The NFL had arranged the tryouts for the quarterback at Atlanta Falcons training facility in Georgia, however, the location was shifted to a high school stadium at the last minute.

Dallas Cowboys fans threaten boycott if NFL team signs Colin Kaepernick: 'I'll be a Texans fan'
Dallas Cowboys fans threaten boycott if NFL team signs Colin Kaepernick: 'I'll be a Texans fan'

The NFL has invited all 32 teams to attend Kaepernick's workout, in a bid to offer him a chance to return to the professional field.

Minnesota school apologizes for throwing away hot meals of students with over $15 lunch debt
Minnesota school apologizes for throwing away hot meals of students with over $15 lunch debt

State Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders slammed the act even as school authorities acknowledged that it was not right. The students' hot meals were replaced with cold ones.

As San Francisco drowns in filth, DA-elect Chesa Boudin says public urination 'will not be prosecuted'
As San Francisco drowns in filth, DA-elect Chesa Boudin says public urination 'will not be prosecuted'

The lawyer, who eyes criminal justice reform, is set to abide by his campaign promise even though SF continues to struggle with its problem with open filth.

Saudi Arabia recruited two former Twitter employees to gather personal data about critics of the regime, US court complaint reveals
Saudi Arabia recruited two former Twitter employees to gather personal data about critics of the regime, US court complaint reveals

It was alleged that the picked individuals were showered with designer watches and tens of thousands of dollars for carrying out the secret mission of targeting opposing voices.

Colin Kaepernick spends 32nd birthday feeding the homeless in Oakland: 'He physically handed out backpacks filled with food and socks'
Colin Kaepernick spends 32nd birthday feeding the homeless in Oakland: 'He physically handed out backpacks filled with food and socks'

Kaepernick made an appearance at the encampment and walked around the area handing out backpacks filled with essential supplies.

California declares emergency as 200,000 people ordered to flee homes as historic winds continue to fuel wildfires
California declares emergency as 200,000 people ordered to flee homes as historic winds continue to fuel wildfires

Millions were without electricity after the largest utility cut power in some areas as a precaution to prevent other fires.

Signing of RISE Act a step in the right direction for drug offenders and for reduction of incarceration, say experts
Signing of RISE Act a step in the right direction for drug offenders and for reduction of incarceration, say experts

Come January 2020, an enhancement that adds an additional year to someone’s new sentence for each of their past non-violent felony convictions for which they served time will cease to be in effect.

Body of Utah tech CEO found inside rental car in San Jose after she was reported missing during a business trip
Body of Utah tech CEO found inside rental car in San Jose after she was reported missing during a business trip

Erin Valenti's body was reportedly found on October 12 in the 6500 block of Bose Lane in San Jose, California and her death is currently under investigation.

California becomes first US state to ban manufacture and sale of animal fur products starting 2023
California becomes first US state to ban manufacture and sale of animal fur products starting 2023

The fur ban doesn't apply to used products or those used for religious or tribal purposes. And it excludes the sale of leather, dog and cat fur, cowhides, deer, sheep and goat skin and anything preserved through taxidermy.

Joe Biden pretends to come out as gay during LGBTQ event, says Obama kissed him for supporting same-sex marriage in 2012
Joe Biden pretends to come out as gay during LGBTQ event, says Obama kissed him for supporting same-sex marriage in 2012

The former vice president had joined other Democratic candidates in fielding questions on LGBTQ issues during the town hall in Los Angeles on Thursday

Survey names Vermont's South Burlington as best city for people with disabilities; big cities fail to find place in Top 10 list
Survey names Vermont's South Burlington as best city for people with disabilities; big cities fail to find place in Top 10 list

While South Burlington in Vermont with population less than 20,000 was found to be the best city for disabled persons, Providence in Rhode Island was ranked the last among 182 cities that were covered by the survey. None of the 10 most populous cities got a place in the top 10.

Magnitude 3.6 earthquake jolts San Francisco Bay area, no immediate damage reported
Magnitude 3.6 earthquake jolts San Francisco Bay area, no immediate damage reported

The earthquake was measured at four miles in depth off the coast near Colma. People across San Francisco felt the quake.

O'Rourke says Buttigieg is afraid to push for mandatory buyback of assault rifles as he's 'worried about the polls'
O'Rourke says Buttigieg is afraid to push for mandatory buyback of assault rifles as he's 'worried about the polls'

The former Texas congressman reiterated his call to ban AR-15s and  AK-47s saying that it was 'wrong' for more than 10 million of the assault weapons to be 'on the streets'

San Francisco residents spend $2,000 on boulders to stop homeless people from sleeping on sidewalks
San Francisco residents spend $2,000 on boulders to stop homeless people from sleeping on sidewalks

The residents claimed they haven't been getting any assistance from the authorities and decided to take matters into their own hands

United Airlines flight makes 'emergency landing' after passenger gets trapped in bathroom halfway through the journey
United Airlines flight makes 'emergency landing' after passenger gets trapped in bathroom halfway through the journey

The flight from Washington D.C. to San Francisco was diverted to Denver to assist the passenger who was in the lavatory when the door became inoperative

Air Canada forced 12-year-old Muslim girl who plays for US squash team to remove her hijab in public before boarding flight
Air Canada forced 12-year-old Muslim girl who plays for US squash team to remove her hijab in public before boarding flight

Fatima Abdelrahman was traveling with her squash teammates when she was stopped by the employees of Air Canada as she was about to board her flight to Toronto for a squash tournament.

Massive NRA lobby, pro-gun judges and other key factors which could defeat any gun buy-back scheme in the US
Massive NRA lobby, pro-gun judges and other key factors which could defeat any gun buy-back scheme in the US

A number of Democratic presidential hopefuls have sought a buyback but the number of guns in circulation is at 16 million and the challenge is huge.

New York vape ban: Local businesses suffer as experts warn against blowback from hasty regulation
New York vape ban: Local businesses suffer as experts warn against blowback from hasty regulation

Governor Andrew Cuomo and state Health Commissioner Howard Zucker urged New Yorkers to stop vaping putting many businesses at risk of bankruptcy

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