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Ron DeSantis Uses Poop Pic in Gavin Newsom Debate on Fox News

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Florida Republican Ron Desantis faced California Democrat Gavin Newsom in a debate hosted by fox News

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Vivek Ramaswamy Ruled Out As Vice President As Trump Eyes Other Roles for Him | Oneindia News [Video]

Vivek Ramaswamy Ruled Out As Vice President As Trump Eyes Other Roles for Him | Oneindia News

Vivek Ramaswamy won't be Donald Trump's running mate, per Bloomberg. Trump aims to include him in his administration despite this decision. Ramaswamy withdrew from the presidential race after Iowa. He endorsed Trump and suspended his campaign. Trump has several potential vice presidential candidates, including Tim Scott and Ron DeSantis. #VivekRamaswamy #DonaldTrump #Trump2024 #RamaswamyTrump #RonDesantis #Trump #Truthsocial #VicePresident #Worldnews #USelections #IndiaNews #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~HT.178~GR.123~PR.152~ED.103~

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Crisis in Haiti Could Drive Another Wave of Illegal Immigration in the US [Video]

Crisis in Haiti Could Drive Another Wave of Illegal Immigration in the US

Crisis in Haiti , Could Drive Another Wave of , Illegal Immigration in the US. 'Newsweek' reports that the United States could be facing another wave of illegal immigration driven by refugees fleeing Haiti. On March 11, President Ariel Henry said he would resign amid widespread gang violence and a breakdown of law and order. An estimated 80% of Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, are under the control of armed gangs. An estimated 80% of Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, are under the control of armed gangs. We are alert to that possibility. The driving conditions in Haiti could very well press more people [to migrate], Rebecca Zimmerman, Department of Defense official, via 'Newsweek'. Thomas Gift, the head of the Centre on U.S. Politics at University College London, warned that a deepening immigration crisis would pose a serious challenge for the Biden administration. Fair or unfair, anything that highlights the immigration crisis is a net negative for Biden at the moment, Thomas Gift, the head of the Centre on U.S. Politics at University College London, via 'Newsweek'. To the extent that the tragedy in Haiti puts a new refugee story in the headlines, it will only make the immigration issue more salient for American voters. , Thomas Gift, the head of the Centre on U.S. Politics at University College London, via 'Newsweek'. At the same time, Biden's hands will no doubt be tied by progressive groups who will insist that the White House not repatriate refugees back to Haiti given the huge political instability in the country, Thomas Gift, the head of the Centre on U.S. Politics at University College London, via 'Newsweek'. According to a Monmouth University survey, 84% of voters in the U.S. consider illegal immigration a "serious" or "very serious" issue. In 2021, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency after hundreds of migrants from Haiti and Cuba arrived by boat. An estimated 146,000 Haitian migrants were encountered at the U.S. border between October 2020 and May 2023

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Trump Confirms 6 Names on Vice Presidential Shortlist [Video]

Trump Confirms 6 Names on Vice Presidential Shortlist

Trump Confirms 6 Names , on Vice Presidential Shortlist. Donald Trump spoke with Laura Ingraham at a Fox News event in South Carolina on Feb. 20, HuffPost reports. . Ingraham asked Trump if the following names were on his shortlist for potential vice presidential running mates:. Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Tim Scott. Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Tim Scott. Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Tim Scott. Byron Donalds, Kristi Noem and Tulsi Gabbard. Byron Donalds, Kristi Noem and Tulsi Gabbard. Byron Donalds, Kristi Noem and Tulsi Gabbard. Trump confirmed, "They are.". Honestly, all of those people are good. They’re all good. They’re all solid, Donald Trump, via statement. Trump went on to single out Rep. Scott. A lot of people are talking about that gentleman right over there, Donald Trump, via statement. "He has been much better for me than he was for himself," Trump said, referencing the senator's previous bid for the White House. Scott dropped out of the presidential race in November. Other running mates have also been named as possible choices for Trump, including Elise Stefanik, . whom the former president previously described as "a killer," according to NBC News

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U.S. Presidential Election: Donald Trump's VP Pick Revealed? Vivek, Tulsi, or DeSantis? | Oneindia [Video]

U.S. Presidential Election: Donald Trump's VP Pick Revealed? Vivek, Tulsi, or DeSantis? | Oneindia

In an eye-opening segment during a Fox News town hall, Donald Trump divulges potential names on his vice-presidential shortlist, sparking a flurry of speculation among his supporters and political analysts alike. Will it be Vivek Ramaswamy, Tulsi Gabbard, or Ron DeSantis? Trump shares his thoughts and praises for each contender, from DeSantis's strong presence to Tim Scott's advocacy and Ramaswamy's impressive campaign journey. #DonalTrump #USVicePresident #USPresidentialElection #USA #VivekRamaswamy #TulsiGabbard #ByronDonalds #KristiNoem #OneindiaNews ~PR.274~ED.155~GR.125~HT.96~

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Gavin Newsom Gavin Newsom Governor of California since 2019

Fast Food Chains Warn Consumers That Worker Pay Increases Will Impact Prices [Video]

Fast Food Chains Warn Consumers That Worker Pay Increases Will Impact Prices

Fast Food Chains Warn Consumers , That Worker Pay Increases Will Impact Prices. 'Newsweek' reports that franchises have warned an increase of the minimum wage for fast food workers in California could also force menu prices to climb. As of April 1, fast food restaurants in California will have to pay employees at least $20 an hour, an increase of four dollars from the current $16 an hour. . Business owners have warned that the new law, signed in by Democratic governor Gavin Newsom, will have an impact on margins and consumer costs. . At the end of October, McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski said that the impact of the minimum wage rise would be partially "worked through with higher pricing.". At the end of October, McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski said that the impact of the minimum wage rise would be partially "worked through with higher pricing.". According to McDonald's numbers, the price of the signature Big Mac burger is currently $5.89 in California, the 10th highest in the United States. The latest data compiled by 'The Economist' shows that the average price of a Big Mac nationwide is currently $5.69, which is up from $5.36 at the same time in 2023. . Last year, McDonald's , reported net profits of , almost $8.5 billion. According to the company's latest financial reports, sales increased 8.7% in the U.S. in 2023, which the company attributed to "strategic menu price increases.". According to the company's latest financial reports, sales increased 8.7% in the U.S. in 2023, which the company attributed to "strategic menu price increases.". Meanwhile, Jack Hartnung, the CFO of fast food chain Chipotle, told investors that the wage increase would impact consumer prices with a "mid-to-high single digit" percentage increase. Meanwhile, Jack Hartnung, the CFO of fast food chain Chipotle, told investors that the wage increase would impact consumer prices with a "mid-to-high single digit" percentage increase. In December, Pizza Hut cited the wage increase as the reason behind laying off the company's in-house delivery drivers. . In December, Pizza Hut cited the wage increase as the reason behind laying off the company's in-house delivery drivers.

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California Voters Pass Proposition 1 to Address Homelessness Crisis [Video]

California Voters Pass Proposition 1 to Address Homelessness Crisis

California Voters Pass Proposition 1 , to Address Homelessness Crisis. In a state that accounts for close to a third of all homeless people in the United States. California counties will now be required to spend money "on housing and drug treatment programs" to fight homelessness, NPR reports. . Gov. Gavin Newsom raised over $13 million to promote the measure. Proposition 1 represents California's first mental health system update in 20 years, NPR reports. . This is the biggest change in decades in how California tackles homelessness, and a victory for doing things radically different, Gov. Gavin Newsom, via statement. Now, counties and local officials must match the ambition of California voters. , Gov. Gavin Newsom, via statement. This historic reform will only succeed if we all kick into action immediately – state government and local leaders, together, Gov. Gavin Newsom, via statement. Revenue from a tax on millionaires, enacted in 2004, brings in about $2 billion to $3 billion a year toward California's mental health budget, NPR reports. . Counties will now be required to spend two-thirds of that money to tackle homelessness. . The state will also be allowed to borrow $6.3 billion to create an additional 6,800 beds for mental health and addiction treatment. That money can also be used to construct 4,350 housing units. Half of those housing units will be for veterans

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Samsung Knocks Apple From Top Phonemaker Spot [Video]

Samsung Knocks Apple From Top Phonemaker Spot

Samsung Knocks Apple , From Top Phonemaker Spot. Samsung Knocks Apple , From Top Phonemaker Spot. Fox News reports that Apple's phone shipments have dropped by about 10%. During Q1 2024, Apple had a 17.3% market share, while Samsung had 20.8%. During Q1 2024, Apple had a 17.3% market share, while Samsung had 20.8%. Xiaomi came in third with 14.1%. Samsung shipped over 60 million phones during Q1 2024. Samsung shipped over 60 million phones during Q1 2024. Apple only shipped 50.1 million. . Last year during the same time period, Apple shipped 55.4 million. . Overall, smartphone shipments rose 7.8% worldwide to 289.4 million units during Q1 2024. The increase in Samsung shipments could be attributed to the company's release of Galaxy S24 series phones. During a launch event at the beginning of the year, Galaxy AI, which is incorporated into the company's new smartphones, was touted as "a new era of mobile AI.". News of Samsung's triumph comes as Apple is cutting over 600 jobs in California following reports that the company is abandoning its electric car efforts. . News of Samsung's triumph comes as Apple is cutting over 600 jobs in California following reports that the company is abandoning its electric car efforts.

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Drug Shortages Reach All-Time High in US, Pharmacists Say [Video]

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Drug Shortages Reach , All-Time High in US, , Pharmacists Say. According to the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and the Utah Drug Information Service. the first quarter of 2024 saw 323 active drug shortages, Fox News reports. The previous record of 320 shortages was set in 2014. ASHP CEO Paul Abramowitz said, "some of the most worrying shortages involve generic sterile injectable medications," . ... "including cancer chemotherapy drugs and emergency medications stored in hospital crash carts and procedural areas." . ... "including cancer chemotherapy drugs and emergency medications stored in hospital crash carts and procedural areas." . Abramowitz went on to say that the "ongoing national shortages of therapies for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder also remain a serious challenge for clinicians and patients.". A separate ASHP report said that "the most severe and persistent shortages are driven by economic factors that undermine investment in manufacturing capacity, manufacturing quality and supply chain reliability.". These economic challenges are driven by extreme price competition among generic manufacturers, ASHP, via report. ASHP will continue to engage with policymakers regularly as we guide efforts to draft and pass new legislation to address drug shortages and continue to strongly advocate on behalf of our members for solutions that work, ASHP CEO Paul Abramowitz, via statement. Last week, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a white paper recommending tactics for Congress to help. With today’s white paper, HHS offers solutions and stands ready to work with Congress to ensure no patient faces the devastating consequences of drug shortages or goes without needed medicines, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, via press release

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Dwayne Johnson Says He Won't Endorse Joe Biden Again for 2024 Presidential Race | THR News Video [Video]

Dwayne Johnson Says He Won't Endorse Joe Biden Again for 2024 Presidential Race | THR News Video

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is saying he will not be endorsing Joe Biden for President as he once did during the last presidential election. During an interview with Fox News, Johnson expressed some regret about his 2020 endorsement for Biden and Kamala Harris saying he won't endorse any candidate this year.

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Safety Tips for Viewing the Upcoming Solar Eclipse [Video]

Safety Tips for Viewing the Upcoming Solar Eclipse

Safety Tips for , Viewing the Upcoming , Solar Eclipse. Ahead of the April 8 eclipse that can be viewed in the United States, Fox News offered some safety tips for anyone looking to catch a glimpse of the event. . The number one tip is to wear proper eclipse glasses which are significantly darker than normal sunglasses and specifically designed for witnessing solar events. . Genuine eclipse glasses will have an , ISO 12312-2 filter. . NASA suggests people check the American Astronomical Society's list of safe options for selecting a brand of eclipse glasses. Fox News warns that the popularity of the upcoming eclipse has driven third-party vendors to flood online marketplaces with fake eclipse glasses. . People without eclipse glasses can still view the eclipse with a pinhole projector which can easily be made at home. Cut a 1- to 2-inch square out of the center of a piece of plain white paper or white cardboard. Cover the square you just cut out by taping a piece of aluminum foil over the hole. . Next, use a pin or thumbtack to poke a hole in the aluminum foil. A second piece of paper or cardboard is used as the screen on which the image of the eclipse will be projected. To view: place the screen on the ground and stand with your back to the sun, holding your projector with the foil pointed toward the sky. Adjust the distance between your projector and the screen to make the image of the eclipse appear larger or smaller.

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How Religions Around the World View Solar Eclipses [Video]

How Religions Around the World View Solar Eclipses

How Religions , Around the World , View Solar Eclipses. With the upcoming April 8 total solar eclipse quickly approaching, Fox News offered readers an overview of how religions traditionally view eclipses. Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism suggests that the karmic results of positive and negative actions are magnified during major astronomical events, including solar eclipses. Christianity, Christian tradition connects eclipses with a number of significant events, including the death of Jesus and the "end times.". Hinduism, In Hinduism, eclipses both solar and lunar are generally regarded as bad omens. Islam, Muslims see a solar eclipse as a time for prayer and contemplating God. The sun and the moon are two signs amongst the signs of Allah and they do not eclipse because of the death of someone... Whenever you see these eclipses pray and invoke (Allah), Kaiser Aslam, Muslim chaplain at the Center for Islamic Life at Rutgers University, via Fox News. Judaism, Similarly to Hinduism, Judaism views eclipses as "an ill omen for the world.". Eclipses should be opportunities to increase in prayer and introspection — as opposed to prompting joyous blessings. It is a sign that we really could and should be doing better, Rabbi Menachem Posner, via Fox News. Fox News reports that Rabbi Mordechai Becher cited Judaism's longstanding connections with astronomy and the heavenly message eclipses deliver. He created a system that would remind us regularly that our choices can create darkness, even at times when there should be light. Our free will choices can create a barrier between us and the Divine light, but can also allow Divine light to be seen here, Rabbi Mordechai Becher, via Fox News

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David Cameron to meet Donald Trump as part of US visit

Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron will meet with Donald Trump in Florida on Tuesday, before holding talks with US secretary of state Antony Blinken.
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WATCH: Crane accident kills one in Florida [Video]

WATCH: Crane accident kills one in Florida

One person was killed and two others hospitalised on Thursday afternoon when a section of crane fell from a building in downtown Fort Lauderdale, according to officials.

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A Costco Membership Card Is Now Needed to Eat in Its Food Court [Video]

A Costco Membership Card Is Now Needed to Eat in Its Food Court

A Costco Membership Card , Is Now Needed to Eat in Its Food Court. Even though Costco limited food court access to members only in 2020, enforcement of that policy has been lax until now, CBS News reports. . The wholesale store is cracking down to make sure that outsiders can no longer access Costco's $1.50 hot dog combo, among other items. Effective April 8, 2024, an active Costco membership card will be required to purchase items from our food court. , Via a sign seen at a Costco store in Orlando, Florida . You can join today. Please see our membership counter for details, Via a sign seen at a Costco store in Orlando, Florida . Ultimately, Costco doesn't think it's fair for non-members to access perks intended for members. We don't feel it's right that non-members receive the same benefits and pricing as our members, Costco, via statement. Costco made such statements last year when it started requiring photo IDs to be presented with membership cards at self-checkouts. In January, some stores began requiring membership cards to be scanned at store entrances to limit non-member entry and membership sharing. A basic Costco membership is $60 per year. An executive membership, which offers perks such as cash back, costs $120 per year. In 2023, membership fees accounted for 73% of Costco's total profit, CBS News reports.

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Ron DeSantis Legalizes Social Media Ban for Children [Video]

Ron DeSantis Legalizes Social Media Ban for Children

Ron DeSantis Legalizes , Social Media Ban for Children. The Florida governor signed the bill into law on March 25, 'The Guardian' reports. It takes effect on January 1, 2025. At that time, children under the age of 14 will not be allowed to have social media accounts in Florida. 14- and 15-year-olds will need parental permission to have a presence on social media. State House Speaker Paul Renner issued a statement in support of the new law. A child in their brain development doesn’t have the ability to know that they’re being sucked into these addictive technologies and to see the harm and step away from it, and because of that we have to step in for them, Florida House Speaker Paul Renner, via statement. Renner also said that social media companies will likely "sue the second after this is signed.". But you know what? We’re going to beat them. We’re going to beat them and we’re never, ever going to stop, Florida House Speaker Paul Renner, via statement. Opponents argue that the new legislation is unconstitutional and a government overreach. . This bill goes too far in taking away parents’ rights, Anna Eskamani, Democratic state House representative, via news release. Instead of banning social media access, it would be better to ensure improved parental oversight tools, improved access to data to stop bad actors, , Anna Eskamani, Democratic state House representative, via news release. ... alongside major investments in Florida’s mental health systems and programs, Anna Eskamani, Democratic state House representative, via news release

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