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A One-Earred Puppy Named Van Gogh Finds a Forever Home

Jaclyn Gartner rescued Van Gogh after he was found cowering inside a drainage pipe. Van Gogh the dog’s first art show was a bust, but owner Kelly Gartner didn’t give up. She held an online auction of Van Gogh’s paintings to raise money for her animal rescue. Each painting sold for more than $1,000; almost everyone paid more than the asking price. Van Gogh was adopted on the last day of the auction by one of his foster home’s volunteers.

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Twitter attempted to stop publication of story on Hunter Biden

Twitter “just freelanced” its baseless decision to censor The Post’s Hunter Biden scoop. Emails show how a small group at Twitter went to extraordinary lengths to block the story. Messages are part of a report on Twitter commmissioned by new owner Elon Musk, released Friday. Internal emails obtained by journalist Matt Taibbi shed light on Twitter’s censorship of the HunterDaily story. Former employee: “Can we truthfully claim that this is part of the policy?”.

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Jane Fonda returns to the public eye!

Jane Fonda was diagnosed with non-hodgkin lymphoma this summer. The weekly events were put on hold during the coronavirus pandemic and Fonda’s cancer battle. She’s hoping to defeat “permitting reform” legislation sponsored by Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.VA.). Fonda was also on the hustings in New Mexico and Texas this year. Jane Fonda talks with Jarrett Bellini on the set of her next film, “Book Club 2: The Next Chapter”. An effort to reboot 9 to 5, she says, came to naught; I’ve given up. I just don’t have time.

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Allegheny County Board of Elections heckled during certification process

Sheriff’s deputies were called to a meeting of the Allegheny County Board of Elections. A group of voters petitioned county Common Pleas Court for recounts in those 12 precincts. County lawyers said the petitions are “defective” because they failed to pay a $50 fee. The petitions were filed after GOP losses in gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races this year, fueling election-denial conspiracy theories.