Author: David Miller

"Travel aficionado. Incurable bacon specialist. Tv evangelist. Wannabe internet enthusiast. Typical creator."

The NBA regular season came to an exhilarating close with 15 of the 20 playoff seeds still up for grabs. With 11 final regular-season games directly impacting the standings, the race to the playoffs was intense. In the Eastern Conference, the New York Knicks clinched the No. 2 seed, edging out the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers. The Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, and Miami Heat also secured their spots in the playoffs. Over in the Western Conference, Oklahoma City, Denver, and Minnesota claimed the top three seeds, with the Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, and Sacramento Kings also punching their…

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The Powerball drawing on April 6, 2022, had players on the edge of their seats as they waited for the fourth largest jackpot in history to be drawn. The estimated $1.3 billion jackpot quickly grew to $1.326 billion, causing even more anticipation among hopeful ticket holders. However, the drawing was delayed due to pre-draw procedures not being complete. Players anxiously waited with their tickets close by until 2:30 a.m. when the numbers were finally pulled. The delay was attributed to one jurisdiction needing extra time to finalize the pre-draw process, a common occurrence in the world of lottery drawings. Despite…

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The 2024 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club faced its fair share of challenges during the second round, as severe weather conditions made the course extremely difficult for even the best golfers in the world. Despite the tough conditions, American stars managed to tie for the lead after round two, showcasing their resilience and skill on the course. The average score of 75.08 for the second round was the highest at the Masters since 2007, highlighting just how tough the conditions were. Scottie Scheffler managed to tie for the lead, even though he hit only 10 greens in regulation, while…

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Former President Donald Trump and Speaker Mike Johnson recently made a joint appearance at Mar-a-Lago to discuss “election integrity,” with Trump continuing to falsely claim that he won the 2020 election in several states. Johnson has echoed Trump’s calls for “election integrity” and has supported efforts to overturn the election results. During the appearance, Trump criticized mail-in voting and voting machines, pushing for paper ballots instead. He and his allies have also alleged that Democrats are “importing voters” to sway election outcomes in their favor. Despite their claims, state and federal courts have dismissed more than 50 lawsuits attempting to…

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A recent study conducted by leading marine biologists has revealed an alarming rise in plastic pollution in oceans, with the amount of plastic waste more than doubling since the last study was conducted. Over a five-year period, researchers collected data that showed a dramatic increase in plastic debris floating in our oceans, posing a major threat to marine life. Many species are being harmed or killed by ingesting or becoming entangled in plastic waste. Scientists are urging for immediate action to address this issue before it escalates further and causes irreversible damage to marine ecosystems. The findings of the study…

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Richard Slayman, the first person to ever receive a genetically edited pig kidney while still living, has been released from the hospital following a successful surgery. Slayman, who was suffering from end-stage kidney disease and undergoing dialysis, underwent a four-hour surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. The groundbreaking procedure has given hope to many who are waiting for organ transplants, as previous patients who received heart transplants from gene-edited pigs did not survive long after the surgery. However, Slayman’s medical team is optimistic about his recovery, stating that he is doing well and his new kidney is functioning properly. After experiencing…

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The ongoing legal battle between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt over their French winery, Château Miraval, continues to make headlines. Jolie’s legal team recently filed a motion seeking documents and evidence to prove Pitt’s refusal to purchase her share of the winery without her agreeing to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Jolie’s attorneys have also claimed that Pitt physically abused her and their children, which led to her decision to leave him. However, she never pressed charges against him. In response, Pitt’s attorneys filed a motion asking Jolie to disclose any other NDAs she entered into with third parties. A…

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell recently emphasized the importance of gathering more evidence to confirm that inflation is subsiding before making any decisions on cutting interest rates. Powell stated that it is premature to determine whether recent inflation data signifies more than just a temporary setback. Despite a significant decrease in inflation from its peak of 9.1%, there is growing concern on Wall Street that progress in curbing inflation may be stalling. The Federal Reserve has aggressively raised interest rates over the past two years, implementing a total of 11 rate hikes in an effort to combat rising inflation. Powell…

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Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce has been making headlines not only for his football skills, but also for his admiration and support for his girlfriend, pop superstar Taylor Swift. In a recent interview, Kelce couldn’t stop gushing about Swift’s incredible musical talent and creativity. Kelce has been spotted at Swift’s concerts around the world, from Argentina to Australia to Singapore. He even mentioned Swift’s upcoming European tour, expressing his admiration for her ability to fill stadiums for multiple shows. Despite being busy planning the second annual KelceJam in Kansas City during Swift’s European tour, Kelce still finds time to…

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Restaurant owners in California are feeling the heat as the state’s new $20 minimum wage law goes into effect. One such owner, Alex Johnson, who runs multiple Cinnabon and Auntie Anne’s locations, has decided to take his business elsewhere due to the regulations and high minimum wage. The new law specifically targets restaurants with at least 60 locations nationwide, excluding those that make and sell their own bread. This has caused concern among restaurant owners, who fear that the increased pay will lead to job cuts and ultimately result in higher prices for consumers. Already, several California food chains have…

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