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FOX News Host Says Trump Sneakers Will Win Over Black Voters, Peezy Onboard

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A FOX News host is under fire for suggesting Donald Trump's new sneakers will win over Black America -- and one rapper from Detroit seems ready to cosign that message. Raymond Arroyo was on the air and talking about DT's "gold" kicks -- which cost…
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News video: Sebastian Gorka LIVE: Did you buy a pair of gold Trump sneakers?

Sebastian Gorka LIVE: Did you buy a pair of gold Trump sneakers?

Sebastian talks about President Trump's new gold sneakers, Muslim-Americans turning against Biden, and more, with guests Mark Levin, John Solomon, Rich Baris, Mike Van Meter, and Secretary Robert Wilkie.

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Iranian President Vows to Destroy Israel if It Launches the ‘Tiniest Invasion’ [Video]

Iranian President Vows to Destroy Israel if It Launches the ‘Tiniest Invasion’

Iranian President Vows to Destroy Israel , if It Launches the ‘Tiniest Invasion’. On April 13, Iran attacked Israel with hundreds of drones and missiles. It was the first time that Iran has ever launched a direct military attack on Israel, Fox News reports. . Although Israel was able to fend off about 99% of the projectiles, the country is considering retaliation. On April 17, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi warned Israel that if it does decide to attack with even the "tiniest invasion," . Iran's response would be "massive and harsh.". Nothing would remain from the Zionist regime, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, via Fox News. Raisi delivered his remarks during a military parade north of Tehran. Prior to Raisi's threats, Israel vowed to respond to the attacks. The country did not provide details, but its military council met on April 16 to decide how to proceed. Leaders around the world have urged Israel to stand down. . While Israel and Iran have been at odds for decades, their conflict came to a head recently since Iran supports Hamas, . which attacked Israel on Oct. 7 and prompted Israel's current offensive in Gaza.

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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. 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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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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'We have our jury': Panel selected for Trump criminal trial [Video]

'We have our jury': Panel selected for Trump criminal trial

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'Whole thing is a mess': Trump hits out at hush money trial after jury selected

Donald Trump described the hush money case against him as a "mess" after the jury who will decide his fate has been selected.
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This Day in History: Kendrick Lamar Wins Pulitzer Prize [Video]

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This Day in History: , Kendrick Lamar Becomes the First Rapper to Win the Pulitzer Prize. April 16, 2018. Lamar was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music for his extraordinary 2017 album, 'DAMN.'. It was the first time the prestigious award had been granted to a genre outside of classical music or jazz. According to the Pulitzer Prize administrator, the decision to recognize Lamar's work was unanimous. ['DAMN' is] a virtuosic song collection unified by its vernacular authenticity and rhythmic dynamism that offers affecting vignettes capturing the complexity of modern African-American life, Pulitzer Prize Awarding Committee. Lamar grew up during the 1990s in Compton, CA, surrounded by the influence of artists like Tupac Shakur and Dr. Dre. His previous album efforts became known for their social commentary. A fellow nominee called Lamar “one of the greatest living American composers, for sure.”

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This Day in History: Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Barrier [Video]

This Day in History: Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Barrier

This Day in History:, Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Barrier. April 15, 1947. The 28-year-old baseball player became the first African American to play for Major League Baseball. The Georgia native stepped onto the grass of Ebbots Field in Brooklyn as a Brooklyn Dodger. Two years later, the star infielder was named the National League's MVP as well as a batting champ. He led his team to six National League pennants and the World Series in 1955. Robinson was subjected to the racism of both players and baseball fans throughout his career. Jim Crow laws forced him to dine at different restaurants and stay at different hotels than the rest of his team. Robinson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. His number, 42, was the the first to be retired in 1997

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Donald Trump's supporters have resorted to creating and circulating AI-generated counterfeit images depicting black voters, purportedly to sway African Americans towards Republican voting. BBC Panorama's investigation unearthed numerous deep fakes portraying individuals of African descent endorsing the former president. Despite Mr. Trump's overt attempts to court black voters, crucial for Joe Biden's victory in 2020, there is no direct evidence linking these manipulated images to his campaign. Co-founder of Black Voters Matter, an organisation advocating for black voter participation, highlighted these manipulated visuals as part of a calculated effort to construct a false narrative portraying Mr. Trump has been widely embraced within the black community. #USElection #TrumpSupporters #AIimages #FakeNews #Disinformation #AfricanAmericanVoters #ManipulatedMedia #VoterTargeting #PoliticalDeception #ElectionInterference #BlackVoters #TrumpCampaign #DigitalManipulation #RacialTargeting #SocialMediaManipulation #PoliticalPropaganda #FalseNarratives #Misinformation #ElectoralInfluence #MediaForgery ~HT.178~PR.152~ED.103~GR.124~

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This Day in History: Malcolm X Is Assassinated [Video]

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This Day in History:, Malcolm X Is Assassinated. February 21, 1965. Malcolm X was assassinated by rivals of the Nation of Islam in New York City. He had been addressing his Organization of Afro-American Unity at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights. Founded months earlier, the organization advocated black identity and held that racism — not whites — was the greatest foe of the African American. The Nation of Islam advocated Black nationalism and racial separatism. Malcolm’s new movement steadily gained followers, becoming increasingly influential in the civil rights movement. An estimated 30,000 mourners attended his funeral in Harlem

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These 5 US Cities Have the Fastest-Rising Home Prices [Video]

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These 5 US Cities Have the , Fastest-Rising Home Prices. 'Newsweek' reports that five cities in the United States saw home prices increase by more than 8% between January 2023 and January 2024. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index showed that all 20 cities analyzed had year- over-year increases during the same period of time. According to the report, , these are the five cities where , home prices grew the fastest:. Chicago, IL, Home prices increased by 8% year-over-year in the Windy City. According to the latest Redfin data, the median sale price of a house in Chicago was $335,000 as of February 2024, a 6.3% increase compared to the same time last year. Charlotte, NC, Charlotte saw home prices increase by 8.1% year-over-year for 2024, with the median home price at $399,995. Detroit, MI, Motor City saw home prices jump 8.3%. The median sale price of a home was $83,000, a significant 15.3% increase compared to 2023. 'Newsweek' reports that while Detroit has some of the cheapest home prices in the nation, its housing market is seeing a resurgence due to a boom in electric vehicle production. 'Newsweek' reports that while Detroit has some of the cheapest home prices in the nation, its housing market is seeing a resurgence due to a boom in electric vehicle production. Los Angeles, CA, The city's 8.6% hike ranked as the second-highest price increase in the nation with the median home price at $975,000, a 5.9% increase year-over-year. San Diego, CA, San Diego registered a whopping 11.2% price increase for 2023 with the median sale price sitting at $940,000, a 10% year-over-year increase.

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