Betty White, often called “The First Lady of Television,” was a phenomenal actress and inspiration to many. White was known for her hilarious, witty, crude style of acting, which she continued through 2019. She lived to be 99 and passed away on December 31st, less than three weeks before her 100th birthday.
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If I were to rename the series to a similar title as Spider-Man: Far From Home, I’d probably call it, Hawkeye: Far From Retirement—because will former Avenger Clint Barton ever actually get a break? No, probably not. Merry Christmas.
The Omicron Variant has caused worldwide concern over the increased chance spread of COVID-19.
Last week, Kentucky endured the “deadliest tornado event [they] have ever had.”
National Ugly Sweater Day Is Coming Up.
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This week, with the help of experts, we answered an important question—What happened to Supreme?
Today marks a monumental historical event: the release of the very first OES Dig animal of the week segment.
The Nishinoshima Volcano, south of Japan’s coast, has been on a rampage. After nearly doubling in size over the past eight years, the active volcano has caught the attention of many.
The China Evergrande Group — one of China’s leading real estate companies— is $300 billion dollars in debt. According to CNN reporter Michelle Tah, Evergrande’s ambitious plans are what dug them into this deep hole.