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Man uses face mask to pick the lock of his handcuffs and escape police custody

34-year-old Joseph McLeod of Midvale, Utah allegedly called a couple of police departments in Oklahoma, threatening to kill their officers. The Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake did not take too kindly to these threats.
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The internet just discovered Leta Powell Drake and her epic 'Between Two Ferns' interview style

Twitter users dug deep beneath the data of meme relics and cat videos to uncover the internet’s latest obsession, and greatest interviewer: Leta Powell Drake.
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You can now insure your Thanksgiving turkey in case you 'commit a turkey cooking fail'

No doubt cooking that preparing and cooking that bird can be tricky as best, and if you’re not a seasoned Turkey Day veteran, you might run into some trouble, and a ruined turkey or two.
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Starbucks unveils more holiday merch including festive color-changing cups

After unveiling its new holiday cups, Starbucks is rolling out more coveted seasonal items, including a reusable color-changing cup that is Christmas-ready. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Here’s how you can score a free Popeyes Chicken Sandwich

Popeyes wants to give you a free lunch. The fast food chain is offering fans the chance to enjoy one of their iconic chicken sandwiches at absolutely no extra cost.
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Whole Foods, Progressive Insurance team up to offer 'Turkey Protection Plan' for turkey cooking fails

Thanksgiving hosts who opt to buy a Whole Foods turkey this year will be able to get a reimbursement if they commit a “cooking fail,” the grocery chain says.
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Alex Trebek's famed mustache once cost him a sportscasting job

The beloved Jeopardy! host’s passing this week marked a flood of remembrances, some even touching on the TV icon’s 70s-style ‘stache, which he ditched in 2001.
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Sully, Bush's service dog, honored with bronze statue for Veterans Day

Sully, the service dog of former President George H. W. Bush, received a special honor Tuesday on Long Island, where a bronze statue was unveiled at America’s VetDogs.
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Will concerts require vaccinations or coronavirus tests before returning?

Amid news a coronavirus vaccine will be distributed within the next year, Ticketmaster and Live Nation are mulling potential safety requirements for concert goers which include proof of vaccination, or negative COVID-19 testing.
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US National Parks to be free for veterans and Gold Star families going forward

US military veterans and Gold Star families are being granted a free pass to national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands managed by the Department of the Interior starting on Veterans Day.
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