Month: April 2022

Making the ultimate carrot cake is easier than you think. Here’s a foolproof recipe

Making the ultimate carrot cake is easier than you think. Here’s a foolproof recipe

Robin Miller  |  Special for The Arizona Republic This incredible cake boasts flecks of tender carrots in an orange-scented, ultra-moist batter. It’s not just the coupling of oranges and carrots that make this cake shine, warm cinnamon scents the batter and vanilla perfumes the tangy cream cheese frosting. It’s a sweet, citrusy cake with rich, …

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Bears 2022 NFL draft preview: Where does Chicago stand on special teams?

Bears 2022 NFL draft preview: Where does Chicago stand on special teams?

The Chicago Bears are coming off a disappointing 2021 season that ushered in the start of a new era with general manager Ryan Poles and head coach Matt Eberflus. The hope is this Ryan-Matt duo will be able to guide the Bears  back to relevance. With the NFL draft fast approaching, Poles still has plenty …

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Methodists focus on Easter amid denominational schism and the tough decisions ahead

Methodists focus on Easter amid denominational schism and the tough decisions ahead

A new, more conservative Methodist denomination is set to launch May 1 after a years-long debate centered largely over LGBTQ rights. PARSONS, Tenn. — By most appearances, Palm Sunday was typical for First United Methodist Church here in Parsons, a small, rural town in south central Tennessee. The group of about 50 congregants sang hymns, …

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Why the FBI went away from the term ‘Black identity extremism’: Security expert

Why the FBI went away from the term ‘Black identity extremism’: Security expert

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Center for Security Policy’s Kyle Shideler provided insight following the Brooklyn subway shooting on the state of “politicization” within law enforcement on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”  KYLE SHIDELER: Let’s go back in time so we can figure out how this happened. In 2017, the FBI writes an intelligence assessment …

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Libs of Tik Tok responds to second Twitter suspension hours after reinstatement: ‘The left feels threatened’

Libs of Tik Tok responds to second Twitter suspension hours after reinstatement: ‘The left feels threatened’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The popular Twitter account Libs of Tik Tok, which shares videos of left-wing individuals openly expressing their social and political views, was suspended hours after the platform reinstated it from an earlier restriction, the account holder told Fox News on Friday. The account holder, who told Fox …

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DHS launches first-ever ‘equity action plan’

DHS launches first-ever ‘equity action plan’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The Biden administration announced a plan Friday to identify “seven focus areas to comprehensively advance equity” within the Department of Homeland Security. Dubbed the DHS Equity Action Plan, the effort commits to ensuring that the civil rights offices within the department “have the resources they need to …

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Ohio judge declares mistrial in case of former cop accused of murdering woman in undercover prostitution sting

Ohio judge declares mistrial in case of former cop accused of murdering woman in undercover prostitution sting

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! An Ohio jury failed to determine the guilt or innocence of a former Columbus vice police officer accused of killing a woman while working undercover, prompting the judge to declare a mistrial Friday.  The ruling came after jurors failed to reach a consensus after 10 hours of …

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Migrant encounters in March topped 221,000, highest number since Biden took office

Migrant encounters in March topped 221,000, highest number since Biden took office

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The number of migrants encountered at the southern border surged past the 220,000 mark in March, marking the highest numbers seen under President Biden – numbers that are likely to further fuel bipartisan fears of unprecedented migrant traffic in the months ahead when the Biden administration lifts …

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