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Miami Fans Jeer Colin Kaepernick Amid Comments On Castro:

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was greeted with a chorus of boos Sunday when he took the field at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

It wasn’t just because the 49ers were playing against the home-standing Miami Dolphins.
Miami is home to a large community of Cuban exiles and they are outraged over Kaepernick’s comments supportive of the man they consider a brutal oppressor, the now-deceased Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks before introducing his newly selected vice presidential running mate Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, during an event at the Hilton Midtown Hotel, July 16, 2016 in New York City.

Trump Falsely Claims ‘Millions of People Who Voted Illegally’ Cost Him Popular Vote:

President-elect Donald Trump alleged Sunday, without evidence, that “millions of people” voted illegally for Hillary Clinton and otherwise he would have won the popular vote. It’s an unprecedented allegation by a president-elect.

Trump won the Electoral College and thus the White House, but the Democratic nominee leads him in the popular vote by about two million ballots.
“In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally,” Trump tweeted.
Obamacare: What should stay, and what should go?

What To Know About The Future Of Obamacare:

he election has ended, and a new President and new Congress will take office on January 1. Among the most heated issues during the campaign season was the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

The law, which was signed in 2010 and took effect in 2014, has faced mixed reviews since its inception, from both politicians and the public.
The most recent Health Tracking Poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit focused on health policy, found an even split in the public’s opinion of Obamacare. Equal numbers of Americans — 45% — said their view was favorable or unfavorable.
The public never seemed to learn the nitty-gritty of the law, according to Karen Pollitz, a senior fellow at Kaiser.
Japan theme park Space World froze fish into the floor of its ice rink as part of a new attraction.

Japan’s ‘Space World’ Apologizes For Freezing 5,000 Fish In Skating Rink:

A Japanese theme park which froze 5,000 sea creatures into the floor of an ice rink was forced to close the attraction on Sunday after a public backlash.

Fish, crabs and other shellfish were embedded in the ice as part of a special winter attraction, called “Freezing Port,” at Japan’s Space World theme park.
The park advertised it as a “world first” and posted images of the fish on its official Facebook site with captions including “I am d… d… drowning, s … s… suffocating.”
Space World manager Toshimi Takeda told CNN Monday the reaction on social media had been brutal once news of the attraction was broadcast on local television.
“We were shocked to hear the reaction as the ice skate rink was very popular since it opened two weeks ago, we had an unprecedented number of visitors,” he said.
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14 coolest toys for the holiday season

The hottest toys of 2016 have one thing in common: technology.

From a self-hatching interactive pet and a coding toy for toddlers to a modern twist on a classic board game, here are the toys worthy of your attention this holiday shopping season.

Let’s start with Hatchimals, which may just be the buzziest toy of the season.

Each plush creature lives inside a large plastic egg and eventually… hatches. By interacting with it, the Hatchimal comes out of its shell after about 30 minutes of continuous play.

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