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Dutch F1 driver Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing takes part in the first practice session of the Qatar Grand Prix Formula One race at the Losail Circuit. Hasan Bratic/dpa

Championship leader Max Verstappen set the pace in first practice Friday for the inaugural Qatar Formula One Grand Prix while title rival Lewis Hamilton had to be content with fourth. Red Bull's Verstappen clocked 1 minute 23.723 seconds on the 5.38-kilometre Losail International Circuit which in the past has only seen MotoGP racing. Pierre Gasly was second for sister team Alpha Tauri, more than four-tenth back, followed by the Mercedes duo of Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton. The seven-time world champion trailed by almost eight-tenth and complained about a lack of power. Verstappen tops the cham...

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Late Show Host Colbert Lays Into Carlson

It seems we can't go even a week in America without some deranged, white nationalist shooter taking the lives of decent people. Of course, this type of violence is fostered and propagated on a daily basis by the far-right sh*tweasals at Fox News and, worse yet, in the ranks of the Republican Party.

The Buffalo shooting incident is yet another reminder that we live in a country where a woman's uterus is regulated before deadly assault weapons. Moreover, where gun assaults are basically looked upon as just an average day in America. After returning to the helm of Late Nite, Stephen Colbert weighed in on the real culprit behind the mass shootings, partcualry the idea of Replacement Theory.

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James Troupis

On Monday morning, two of Wisconsin’s presidential electors and a voter sued a group of “fake electors” who sought to deceive Congress in an attempt to help then-President Trump overturn the 2020 presidential election results.

The lawsuit, a first of its kind, was filed in state circuit court in Madison, the state’s capital, and named as defendants 10 Republicans and two others "who conspired with, aided, and abetted them," according to CBS News.

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