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Joe Exotic's team was so confident in a pardon from Trump they had a limousine prepared and a hair and wardrobe team to whisk him away from his 22-year federal prison sentence in Texas. But he wasn't pardoned today. Read more:
In a letter, more than 100 musicians including Sting, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and Roger Daltrey of The Who said the new U.K.-EU trade deal that took effect Jan. 1 has "a gaping hole where the promised free movement for musicians should be."
NEW: As Arkansas continues to distribute vaccines across the state, officials are asking communities to be patient with the number of doses given out.
In case you missed it, Paul Petersen, a Republican who served as Maricopa County assessor for six years and as an adoption attorney, was sentenced to 6 years after pleading guilty in federal court in Arkansas to conspiring to commit human smuggling. #arnews
Trump's final batch of more than 140 pardons issued in his last hours as president benefited a list of defendants whose swindles, frauds and public corruption made them unlikely candidates for executive clemency. Read more:
Scientists are reporting troubling signs that some recent mutations of the virus that causes COVID-19 may modestly curb the effectiveness of two current vaccines, although they stress that the shots still protect against the disease.
This picture of a 5-year-old sister comforting and supporting her 4-year-old brother with leukemia struggling with the side effects of chemotherapy shows the heartbreaking effects of childhood cancer on the patient's family
In California, "she" and "he" will be replaced by "they." The words "manpower" and "manhole" will become "workforce" and "maintenance hole"
The Arkansas PBS U.S. Senate debate was very one-sided because only one candidate participated. Libertarian Senate candidate Ricky Dale Harrington was interviewed for the full hour when incumbent GOP Sen. Tom Cotton declined to join the forum. #arnews