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Prop master explains safety precautions that should be taken around prop firearms

Joseph Fisher, a prop master on movie sets who has experience handling weapons in the military and NYPD, explains how prop weapons can be dangerous, and what safety steps can be taken to avoid harm after a film crew member died and another was injured after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm on the set of the movie "Rust" in New Mexico, according to a law enforcement statement provided to CNN.

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When you should eat to fuel your workout

You finished eating dinner 15 minutes before your run, and now you're cramping and gasping for air. Maybe early morning is your only time to work out, but you woke up hangry and don't know if you can make it through a weightlifting session.

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Should Schumer be blamed for the Manchin problem?

Progressives have been lambasting the Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, all over my social media feeds this week for failing to stand up to the Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell. Those criticisms peaked this week as McConnell seemed to be calling the shots on the debt-limit impasse. Even though Schumer maneuvered to get what he wanted -- the Senate extended the debt ceiling (till December) -- there was no letup from the left.

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The tragic messages the Gabby Petito case sends

Gabby Petito's tragic case kicked off a national conversation about the lasting spotlight that is often given to missing White people, compared to their non-White counterparts. While Petito's family should of course be allowed to use everything at their disposal to get to the bottom of exactly what happened to Gabby, we cannot ignore the effects of that same level of access not being extended to the Black and brown, who are just as desperate to find missing loved ones.

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5 ways to save the economy and raise the debt ceiling

Everyone seems to agree the US debt ceiling should be raised to pay for tax cuts and spending the government has already approved -- and to avoid the economic calamity that would likely result from a US default.

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