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  3. India Arie shares clips of Joe Rogan saying the N-word as she ...

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    India Arie previously announced that she will remove her music and podcast from Spotify over Joe Rogan's use of language.

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  5. Spotify CEO Says He Condemns Joe Rogan Comments But Won't Be ...

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    In a memo to Spotify staff, CEO Daniel Ek apologized for the way the podcast controversy "continues to impact each of you."

  6. "Little brown girl": Australian Biden-Harris cartoon sparks ...

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    "The words 'little black and brown girls' belong to Joe Biden, not Johannes, and were uttered by the presidential candidate when he named Kamala Harris as his running mate yesterday; he repeated ...

  7. COVID-19 misinformation - Wikipedia

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    On 8 February 2020, a report emerged on Twitter claiming that data showed a massive increase in sulfur emissions over Wuhan, China. The Twitter thread then claimed the reason was due to the mass cremation of COVID-19 victims. The story was shared on multiple media outlets, including Daily Express, Daily Mail, and Taiwan News.

  8. US Senate career of John McCain (2001–2014) - Wikipedia

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    On judicial appointments, McCain was long a believer in judges who "would strictly interpret the Constitution." McCain drew the ire of the originalist and similar legal movements in the U.S. in May 2005, however, when he led the so-called "Gang of 14" in the Senate, which established a compromise that preserved the ability of senators to filibuster judicial nominees, but only in "extraordinary ...

  9. COVID-19 misinformation - Wikipedia

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    On 8 February 2020, a report emerged on Twitter claiming that "data" showed a massive increase in sulfur emissions over Wuhan, China. The Twitter thread then claimed the reason was due to the mass cremation of COVID-19 victims. The story was shared on multiple media outlets, including Daily Express, Daily Mail, and Taiwan News.