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  1. The 28-year-old Arizona woman who vanished last week “under abnormal circumstances” was in a state of severe dehydration when she was found Sunday, police are now telling Fox News. View the full article
  2. Bumble reportedly disabled the feature because it believed users were misusing the option. View the full article
  3. Catherine Pugh, the disgraced former Baltimore mayor convicted of using her book sales to help fund a political career, is reportedly among those seeking clemency from President Donald Trump before he leaves office. View the full article
  4. A northern California man remained held on a $5 million bond Monday after sheriff’s deputies last week allegedly uncovered five pipe bombs, as well as a cache of illegal assault rifles, automatic weapons, more than 15,000 rounds of ammunition and other "bomb-making material" at his home and business in Napa. View the full article
  5. EXCLUSIVE: Outgoing Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler is donating her final Senate paycheck to the Capitol Police Memorial Fund to honors the lives of fallen officers following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, Fox News has learned. View the full article
  6. Apple has plugged a hole that allowed users to sideload iOS and iPad applications to M1 Macs that were never intended to run on desktop. The server-side change ensures that only applications that app developers have flagged as optimized for Mac will run. From a report: Late last year, Apple launched its first Macs running on its own ARM-based custom CPU called the M1, as opposed to the Intel chips that have been used in Macs for several years. These new machines included the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air, and the low-end Mac mini. Since those machines now share an architecture with iPhones and iPads, which also have closely related ARM-based chips, it became possible to run iOS and iPadOS apps natively on Macs that were equipped with the M1 chip. Apple supported this by listing iPhone and iPad apps that passed an automated test on the Mac App Store, provided developers did not opt out of having the app listed. However, many developers did opt out for any number of reasons: because they did not feel the app provided a good user experience on laptops or desktops; because they offer preferred alternative ways to access services or content on Macs; because they don't have the time to support an additional platform; or any number of other reasons. Read more of this story at Slashdot. View the full article
  7. Several large moving trucks were spotted at Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., where President Trump is slated to relocate ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. View the full article
  8. George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley argued on Monday that there is some value to impeachment trials in terms of dialogue and addressing the issues raised, but there are also significant countervailing costs. View the full article
  9. Garth Brooks will join the celebrities performing at Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20. View the full article
  10. The FBI on Sunday appealed to the public for help in identifying six suspects accused of assaulting D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone, who the department says suffered a mild heart attack when he was repeatedly beaten and Tasered by attackers at the U.S. Capitol. View the full article
  11. A 5-year-old Louisiana boy has died after being shot in the head inside of a home near New Orleans, police say. View the full article
  12. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., ominously suggested Monday that Donald Trump supporters within the National Guard charged with helping protect Joe Biden "might want to do something" to the president-elect. View the full article
  13. Trump ran as a disrupter, but was a piker compared to those who hated him and were willing to smash every social, political and legal norm to drive him from office. View the full article
  14. Liam Neeson is proving to be the king of the North American box office throughout the pandemic. View the full article
  15. Big Tech companies are going to collude together to clamp down on conservative speech, The Federalist's Ben Domenech said on Monday.y. View the full article
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