Ex-Arizona AG, who quit GOP, now jobless after criticizing MLB's Diamondbacks: reports

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 23 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. A former Arizona attorney general who left the Republican Party several years ago now finds himself without a job at a law firm that represents MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks. Grant Woods – who served as Arizona’s top law enforcement official

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I had a top job but secretly necked vodka on tube & blew £250k on booze – even my kids didn’t know I was alcoholic

HEADING into Sainsbury’s on her way to work, mum-of-two Nicola Farrell picked up a birthday card and bottles of vodka and Lucozade. “It’s my friend’s 30th,” she told the cashier — before rushing into a nearby public toilet, pouring the Lucozade away, filling the bottle with vodka and binning the card. Nicola, 37, from Crystal Palace, south east London, says:

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Donald Trump Just Launched A New Website. Here’s What We Know

It’s been some time since any of us have heard directly from former President Donald J. Trump. For a while there, his public communications were limited to screenshots or statements printed on stationery marked “Save America President Donald J. Trump” and shared by supporters, like his lawyer Jenna Ellis.  Months after he was seen encouraging rioters to storm the U.S. Capitol

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Addison Rae Responds to Backlash After Performing Dances Without Crediting Mostly Black Creators

https://www.youtube.com/embed/VPgAfPlsSg0 Addison Rae is addressing backlash she received after failing to credit the mostly Black creators of the TikTok dances she performed last week on The Tonight Show. When asked about the incident, Rae (whose real name is Addison Easterling) told TMZ that leaving the creator's names out of the sketch was unintentional, saying the original choreographers "definitely deserves all

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The Pandemic Playbook for March Madness

For the N.C.A.A., the easy part — setting a bracket and crowning Baylor, Gonzaga, Illinois and Michigan as the No. 1 seeds for the Division I men’s basketball tournament that will begin this week — ended on Sunday night. Now the association faces a weekslong test of its choice to play its signature event during the coronavirus pandemic. The decision

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Unilever to stop using 'normal' on all hair and skin products, won't alter model's shape, size or skin color

Unilever has announced that it will stop using the word “normal” on all of its beauty and personal care products and brands as well as ceasing the practice of digitally editing model’s shape, size or skin color. In a statement issued on March 9, Unilever — which owns brands Dove, Vaseline, Lifebuoy, Sunsilk and Axe — said that the company

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