Fox News: Do you remember the last time you spoke to him?Arngrim: Oh yeah. It was right before he died. He put up one heck of a fight. He lived much longer than doctors anticipated. But it started to take a turn for the worst. His mom and sister flew out from Florida and took him home back to Tampa. His family stood by him, which was really good because, in the ‘80s, a lot of mothers weren’t doing that. Many families were totally abandoning loved ones if they had AIDS. But his family didn't do that. His mother and sister called and said, “You can’t stay here in this apartment by yourself. You’re too sick. You’ve got to come home.” … [Read more...] about ‘Little House on the Prairie’ star Alison Arngrim shares memories of co-stars Steve Tracy, Michael Landon
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“With the spike in opioid-related overdose deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize that today’s announcement is important and timely,” said FBI Director Christopher Wray. “The FBI wants to assure the American public, and the world, that we are committed to identifying Darknet drug dealers and bringing them to justice. But our work does not end with today’s announcement.” … [Read more...] about 179 Arrested, $6.5 Million Seized In Worldwide Darknet Opioid Trafficking Crackdown
As of press time, the new coronavirus has sickened over 2.68 million people in 184 countries and regions, including some 189,900 cases in Italy, per the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center. Online conspiracy theories link the spread of the virus to the proliferation of 5G networks, but the World Health Organization, Check Your Fact and others have thoroughly debunked the notion. … [Read more...] about FACT CHECK: Were Thousands Of Birds Killed By Coronavirus Or 5G Networks In Italy?
Though specific sales figures aren’t out yet for Thanksgiving, the survey found that there was a 21 percent jump in the number of people who shopped on the holiday, both in stores and online. Aside from stores opening their doors as early as 8 p.m. on Thursday, another factor driving up sales was Black Friday’s spread onto the Internet. Online sales were up 17.4 percent on Thanksgiving and 20.7 percent on Black Friday, according to IBM. Plus, for the first time online sales topped 1 billion on Black Friday. Black Weekend may cement the idea that every holiday is just an excuse for a sale, but at least spreading the shopping online and over multiple days may reduce the risk of crowd-related injuries. … [Read more...] about Black Friday Is Morphing Into Black Weekend
While Joe Biden and Hate Trump, Inc. hammer the president for expecting America’s friends to fulfill their potential, the National Security Council chief believes this approach spreads good in multiple directions. “All of these things make those countries safer,” O’Brien said. “They have the result of strengthening our alliances.” … [Read more...] about Deroy Murdock: Trump gives allies tough love by justifiably demanding they boost military spending