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Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo has been urging followers of her Twitter feed to join her on the social media app Parler. Brandon Wade/AP hide caption

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Conservatives Flock To Mercer-Funded Parler; Claim Censorship On Facebook And Twitter

Backed by Rebekah Mercer, Parler is now one of the most downloaded smartphone apps, as conservatives complaining of censorship by Facebook and Twitter seek out other social media alternatives.

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A Federal Bureau of Prisons truck drives past barbed wire fences at the Federal Medical Center prison in Fort Worth, Texas in May 2020. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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At Least 231 People In Texas Jails And Prisons Have Died From COVID-19, Study Finds

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"Even in fragmented times, we can still find new forms of connection," says mentalist Scott Silven. His new virtual show is called The Journey. Scott Silven hide caption

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Illusionist Scott Silven Can Turn A Video Call Into A Magical 'Journey'

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Katie Workman, a chef and writer, says cooking fatigue during the pandemic is "no joke." Todd Coleman hide caption

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Once Enthusiastic, Americans' 'Cooking Fatigue' Simmers As Pandemic Drags On

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Conservatives Flock To Mercer-Funded Parler, Claim Censorship On Facebook And Twitter

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"I feel proud of myself now, as a 45-year-old woman, to have just played a role in which ... my age really shows on my face," says Kate Winslet. She plays British paleontologist Mary Anning in the new film Ammonite. Neon hide caption

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Kate Winslet's 'Ammonite' Takes On Paleontology, Patriarchy And Passion

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