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'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host reacts to 2020 election results, says polling errors 'amounted to voter suppression'.
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A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against Fox News after lawyers for the network argued that no "reasonable viewer" takes the primetime host Tucker Carlson seriously, a new court filing said.
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South Korea passes ‘BTS law,’ allowing K-pop megastars to postpone military service
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Covid: Brains to close more than 100 pubs due to Wales' alcohol rules
The boss of Wales' biggest brewery has called new alcohol rules "closure by stealth" and announced more than 100 managed pubs will be closed from Friday.
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Queen and Prince Philip to celebrate Christmas 'quietly' at Windsor
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Indoor care home visits to resume if people test negative for Covid
People living in care homes will finally be able to have visitors indoors again with a new system of coronavirus testing.
Unmanned Chinese Spacecraft Lands On Moon
China successfully landed a spacecraft on the moon's surface on Tuesday in a historic mission to retrieve lunar surface samples, Chinese state media reported.
Matt Hancock fights back tears as he reveals step grandfather died with Covid
The Health Secretary appeared close to tears as he revealed his step-grandfather died after catching Covid-19 in Liverpool.
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Biden announces all-female communications team, diverse economic team
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Covid-19: No plans for 'vaccine passport' - Michael Gove
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China document leak shows flawed pandemic response
An unprecedented leak of internal Chinese documents reveals how the country mishandled the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.
EU wants lion's share of fishing in 'our waters,' UK's Gove says with Brexit talks stuck on 3 issues
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