Grimes will legally sell her soul as part of a virtual art exhibit titled ‘Selling Out’

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Grimes plans to legally sell her soul as part of an upcoming digital art exhibit. The singer and artist, whose real name is Claire Boucher, is opening a new exhibit titled “Selling Out” in which she’ll accept payment for a slew of artwork, including prints, drawings, photographs and more. However, according to Bloomberg, the most peculiar addition to the list of things going

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With just one ICU bed available, Montgomery, Alabama, is sending sick patients to Birmingham

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed said on Wednesday that of the four regional hospitals, one is short three ICU beds, two have no ICU beds, and one has just one bed. “Right now, if you are from Montgomery, and you need an ICU bed, you are in trouble,” Reed said at a press conference. “If you’re from central Alabama, and you need an ICU bed, you may not be able to get one.” The health care system is the state’s capital

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Atlanta police arrest dozens, impound exotic cars in illegal street racing crackdown

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. These races are over. The Atlanta Police Department said it arrested 44 people and impounded 29 vehicles during a crackdown on illegal street racing over the weekend, amid the coronavirus pandemic. “We pledged to deal with these speeders and reckless drivers who have shown a complete disregard for the safety of others with these dangerous antics,” its chief, Erika Shields, said in a statement. “This weekend, with the help of our law enforcement partners, we made

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Coronavirus Live News and Updates

A whistle-blower tells a House panel to expect the ‘darkest winter in modern history’ if changes are not made. The whistle-blower who was ousted as head of a federal agency involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine charged on Thursday that top Trump administration officials ignored his “dire predictions” about the pandemic, and warned Congress that the Covid-19 outbreak will “get worse and be prolonged” if the United States does not step up its response. The official, Dr. Rick Bright, who

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Trump abruptly ends press conference after contentious exchange with reporters

Weijia Jiang, a White House correspondent for CBS News, asked the President why he sees coronavirus testing as a global competition when more than 80,000 Americans have died. “Maybe that’s a question you should ask China,” Trump told Jiang, who was born in China and immigrated to the United States when she was two years old. “Don’t ask me. Ask China that question, OK?” Trump attempted to move on by calling on Kaitlan Collins, a White House correspondent for CNN,

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Little Richard, ‘Tutti Frutti’ and ‘Good Golly Miss Molly’ singer, dead at 87: reports

Little Richard, the singer best known for the hits “Tutti Frutti” and “Good Golly Miss Molly,” has died, according to multiple reports. The pianist and singer’s son, Danny Penniman, confirmed he passed away at the age of 87 to Rolling Stone. A cause of death is still unknown. Born Richard Wayne Penniman on Dec. 5, 1932, the rock icon first burst onto the music scene in the 1950s with hits like “Tutti Frutti,” “Long Tall Sally,” and “Good Golly Miss Molly.”

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