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Rod Blagojevich is charging $100 for personalized shout-outs on Cameo

Rod Blagojevich is charging $100 for personalized shout-outs on Cameo

If you’ve had the urge to hear from Rod Blagojevich directly after President Donald Trump commuted his sentence, you’re in luck — but it will cost you. Blagojevich has joined Cameo, a website that allows users to pay for personalized video messages from celebrities, sports figures or musical artists. For $100, you can hear from…MORE

Buy shares of this mask supplier to survive the selloff: analysts

Buy shares of this mask supplier to survive the selloff: analysts

As the deadly coronavirus sweeps the globe and slams businesses across multiple industries, one company could dodge the selloff. Best known as the maker of Scotch tape and Post-It notes, 3M also happens to be one of the largest producers of N95 respirators, the type of mask that more efficiently protects people against the virus…MORE

Pence’s office placed in charge of coronavirus messaging

Pence’s office placed in charge of coronavirus messaging

Vice President Mike Pence’s office is in charge of all novel coronavirus messaging after several aides blamed negative coverage about the response on too many mixed messages from senior members of the administration. The new communications approach follows President Donald Trump’s decision to put Pence in charge of the administration’s coronavirus response. Now Pence’s office…MORE

Univ. of Michigan doctor allegedly sexually abused students, including Olympic wrestler

Univ. of Michigan doctor allegedly sexually abused students, including Olympic wrestler

A doctor at the University of Michigan sexually abused students and athletes, including an Olympic wrestler, for decades, three former wrestlers and their attorneys said in a news conference Thursday. University doctor Robert E. Anderson, who worked at Michigan from 1968 to 2003, allegedly molested them during unnecessary medical examinations, the wrestlers said. Anderson died…MORE

Illinois lawmakers have introduced a bill to ban Native American mascots

Illinois lawmakers have introduced a bill to ban Native American mascots

Sports mascots that invoke Native American imagery and traditions have long been considered offensive by tribal nations. Two Illinois lawmakers want to ban them. Two representatives in the state House have introduced a bill that would prohibit schools from using Native American logos, mascots or other imagery unless they: receive written permission from a tribe…MORE