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Peak, one of the telemedicine companies advertising psychedelic therapy via ketamine doses on TikTok, has announced they are “winding down” their controversial membership service. Less than a month after Rolling Stone reported on how “personalized psychedelic therapy programs” have been promoting ads aimed at zoomers on social media sites like TikTok, Peak’s website was updated
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The cast assembles on the megachurch stage, each taking their turn in a pool of light. There are doomsaying prophets with curved shofars, aspiring politicians lamenting election fraud, and naturopathic physicians warning of demonic invasion. Mike Lindell steps forward and says evil forces are undoing the nation. Roger Stone gives an apocalyptic homily. Michael Flynn
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How does that popular phrase go? “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” If that’s true, the popular indie app BeReal should be psyched. On Thursday, TikTok announced it will launch a new feature in the coming months called “TikTok Now,” where users will be prompted to share exactly what they’re doing at random times
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Lawyers for Nikolas Cruz abruptly rested their case in the Parkland, Florida school shooter’s death penalty trial, prompting an uproar in the courtroom on Wednesday, Sept. 14. According to The Associated Press, the unexpected decision caused Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer and Cruz’s lead attorney Melisa McNeill to get into a shouting match (the jury had
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Colourpop Cosmetics is under heavy fire after creating a Harry Potter–themed makeup collection. The brand has received intense criticism from fans calling the collaboration not a celebration of the famed magical world, but support for its heavily criticized author J.K Rowling.  One of the biggest online beauty brands, Colourpop is known for its sold-out collections
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LAS VEGAS – Veteran newspaper reporter Jeff German spent four decades breaking big stories in a city dripping in scandal and blood-red intrigue. As a columnist and investigative bulldog for two Las Vegas dailies, German’s byline lived on the front page. From covering mob hits and public corruption, to the Balzacian melodrama of the Strip’s
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