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HBO’s Euphoria Had to Cut So Many Penises Out of a Scene
This ain't the Disney Channel anymore. Zendaya stars in Euphoria, HBO's newest drama that premieres on Sunday, and if you want penises, you got penises. You got 'em even if...
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PetSmart's Chewy gets Wall Street tails wagging with $1 billion IPO
Chewy Inc said on Thursday it priced its initial public offering at $22 per share, above its target, and sold more stock than originally planned, valuing the online pet products retailer at $8.77 billion. The IPO raises funds to help manage the debt l...
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The Real World Returns: Where Are Your All Your Favorite Roommates Now?
This is the true story...of seven strangers...picked to live in a house, work together, and have their lives taped. Find out what happens...when people stop being polite...and start getting real....
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Joe Biden says he does not view ‘abortion as a choice and a right’ in unearthed video

Joe Biden says he does not view ‘abortion as a choice and a right’ in unearthed videoJoe Biden once said he did not believe abortion was a “choice and a right”, according to a recently unearthed interview from 2006.Mr Biden, who has received criticism for his abortion positions as he leads a crowded and progressive 2020 primary field, made the remarks during an interview with Texas Monthly, acknowledging his stance on abortions had proved difficult as a Democrat.“I’m a little bit of an odd man out in my party,” Mr Biden said during that interview, which was uncovered on Thursday by CNN.He continued to note that he had voted against restrictions to abortion under Roe v Wade, but that he did not support public funding for abortions. Just last week, Mr Biden flipped his position on federal funding, and announced that he no longer supports the so-called Hyde Amendment, which prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars to fund abortion services.At the time of the interview in 2006, Mr Biden was running for president for the second time, and said that he recognised his stance would make things difficult for him. But, the Catholic politician continued to say he did not think of the procedure as a right.“It's going to be very difficult,” Mr Biden said. “I do not view abortion as a choice and a right. I think it's always a tragedy, and I think that it should be rare and safe, and I think we should be focusing on how to limit the number of abortions. There ought to be able to have a common ground and consensus as to do that.”The issue has gained prominence in recent weeks after a series of states introduced and passed highly restrictive abortion legislation, with Alabama pushing forward with legislation that would essentially ban any abortions in the state.The laws appear to be aimed at getting abortion before the Supreme Court, with the goal of harnessing an increasingly conservative panel of judges there to overturn the landmark abortion ruling Roe v Wade, which essentially determined that abortion cannot be banned in the United States.In the meantime, most 2020 candidates have spoken out forcefully on the issue, calling in some cases for a federal law that would protection abortion rights.Mr Biden’s campaign did not respond to a request for comment on the 2006 video.


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Oil prices surge after suspected attacks on tankers
World oil prices rose Thursday following suspected attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman, worsening frayed tensions in the crude-rich Middle East region.
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Hickenlooper denounces Sanders' democratic socialism vision
Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper on Thursday attacked rival Bernie Sanders' vision of an America remade under democratic socialism and chastised others in the 2020 race for not repudiating that political philosophy. The former Color...
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New leak says Google built three different Pixel 4 prototypes before settling on a design

New leak says Google built three different Pixel 4 prototypes before settling on a designRemember those gorgeous Pixel 4 renders that showed us a phone featuring a dual-lens hole-punch display on the front, a la Samsung's Galaxy S10? It turns out that was a real Pixel 4 design prototype, according to a brand new report, although it's not what Google landed on for the final design. Also, remember that rumor that said Google had three distinct design teams working on the Pixel 4? Apparently, that's true too.The news comes from YouTube channel Front Page Tech, which has delivered plenty of Pixel rumors in the past, including one that said the phone won't any physical buttons. Jon Prosser is now back with more details on the matter, after having spoken to an unnamed source from the Google hardware team with knowledge of the company's plans -- that's an actual Googler, not someone who joined Google from HTC.Google apparently wanted to avoid ugly designs like the Pixel 3 XL notch, and that's why the company tasked three teams with creating the Pixel 4. Also, the company wanted to prevent leaks, which plagued the Pixel 3, but that didn't really work out. The first Pixel 4 prototype featured an Infinity-O display like the Galaxy S10, a dual-lens camera on the back, in-display fingerprint sensor, and no physical buttons.The phone that Google ended up teasing on Twitter the other day (below) is supposedly the third prototype Google made. The phone features a dual-lens camera placed in a square module and has physical buttons on the side. Rumors say this phone will have a thin bezel at the top rather than a notch, housing components that will make iPhone X-like Face ID possible. And this phone supposedly lacks a fingerprint sensor, just like the iPhones that feature Face ID.Prosser said he saw both prototypes one and three, but he has no idea what the second Pixel prototype looks like. So what's the deal with this mysterious Pixel 4 prototype that hasn't even leaked?The Pixel 4 should hit stores in October, so production will start soon. That means the company will have to settle on a final design soon if it hasn't done so already. And while the teaser suggests the Pixel 4 will have a rear design similar to the rumored iPhone 11, Google hasn't shown us the front of the handset yet.In any case, the Front Page Tech video is worth watching, as it does a great job recapping all of the latest Pixel 4 news while delivering these new developments as well:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D9sN1Bpu64


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Delicious Spring Soups That Make Meal Prep a Breeze
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California Rep. Hunter's wife may have flipped on him in corruption case
When Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., was indicted in August 2018 on 60 criminal counts alleging that he spent more than $250,000 in campaign donations on luxury trips, tequila shots, Costco shopping sprees and other personal items, his first reaction was...
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Miley Cyrus Debuts Catchy New Music Video As Black Mirror’s Ashley O
Forget Miley and Hannah, because Ashley O is catchy as hell. Cyrus appeared in an episode of the new season of Black Mirror as pop star Ashley O, a purple wigged singer who loves a...
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