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One Million Moms against ‘Roseanne’ due to gender-fluid character

A fundamentalist group has come out against the “Rosenne” 2018 reboot — and not because the blue-collar sitcom that ended a nine-season run in 1997 is bringing Dan Conner back from the dead. One Million Moms launched a “Roseanne” boycott ...

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No, the world will not end on Sept. 23

This is not what Earth, Wind, and Fire wanted you to remember about “September.” A new theory making the rounds on the internet seems to claim that the world will end this Saturday. A self-proclaimed Christian researcher man named David ...

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Merriam-Webster adds 'alt-right,' 'troll,' and 'sriracha' to list

More than 250 new words added in Merriam-Webster include terms such as “alt-right,” “troll,” “sriracha,” and “froyo.” Some words are politics related, and the entire selection comes after 1,000 were added to the dictionary in February. Merriam-Webster defines “alt-right” as: ...

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New Simon Cowell boy band is Pretty Much the latest thing

Pretty Much is the new boy band poised to adorn posters on teenage girls’ walls now that One Direction is on hiatus. Formed by music mogul Simon Cowell of Syco Records, who’s also behind One Direction, the five-member Pretty Much ...

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Chefs boil in anger over Cali. foie gras ban

California may once again scrape foie gras off restaurant plates, after judges ruled in favor of a ban on the delicacy made by force feeding ducks and geese. The decision Friday by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit ...

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Your Dreams: Lauren Lawrence analyzes Daily News readers’ dreams

SHE MAY BE TOXIC TO HERSELF I dreamed I was in a laboratory that was under construction. There was a mishap. A girl accidentally released a strong, toxic gas. As a chemistry student (in reality) I easily recognized it. I ...

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Celebrate Oktoberfest at NYC bars and street fairs

Escaping to Munich, Germany, where the mother-of-all Oktoberfest celebrations takes place each year, may not be the most economical or practical way to enjoy pints and brews with your friends. But fear not, New Yorkers, the city has an endless ...

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These fall food festivals will have you drooling

In New York, food festivals come in all flavors. Whether it’s a hot time at Brooklyn’s Chile Pepper festival, home cooking by “chefugees,” or dinner with the stars, it’s all on the menu this season. San Gennaro (Through Sept. 24 ...

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How to use cannabis to combat PMS symptoms

If you’re among the countless women who are forced to endure the wrath of PMS (or you love one who does), with its cramps, bloating, headaches, and mood swings each month, then cannabis just might be the solution you’ve been ...

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Coca-Cola Coffee Plus launches in Japan

Coked-up coffee is a thing — again. Coca-Cola Coffee Plus has been dreamed up by the mad mixologists at the soft drink giant. It’s just the drink ticket for caffeine addicts who can’t decide if they want to get a ...

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