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Angelina Jolie's uneven hair extensions went viral on Monday after she attended the Rome Film Festival on Sunday. Angelina's hair extensions were the talk of Twitter.

The mom-of-six looked stunning in a strapless custom Atelier Versace platinum gown made from heritage metal mesh.

But it was the Eternals star's hair extensions that got the attention of social media users.

Many on Twitter.com questioned why Angelina's hair stylist chopped her extensions so badly.

"How do you let Angelina Jolie walk a red carpet with her hair extensions looking like this, somebody getting fired," one user tweeted.

Another Twitter user wrote: "Well, maybe she had one of her kids do the extensions, which is kinda sweet."

And a third person tweeted:

"The dress is perfection but did one of the children get angry and take a scissors to her hair in the middle of the night."

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A woman seen on the floor of a Duval County, Florida Regeneron antibody clinic is speaking out amid allegations that she is a "crisis actor."

A photo taken by another patient, Louie Lopez, at a temporary Regeneron clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, went viral on Reddit.com on Friday.

Toma Dean told ABC News she is "extremely sick" and she decided to lay down on the floor because she was "out of breath."

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She said she has been in and out of emergency rooms for the past two weeks, and was extremely sick when she arrived in Jacksonville for Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment on Wednesday.

Dean said there were no chairs at the makeshift treatment center, so she made the decision to lie down on the floor to rest until her appointment.

The viral photo sparked rumors that the two people seen on the floor were dead or dying. But others on social media said the two people were crisis actors.

Dean denied being a crisis actor or faking her illness to scare people into taking the vaccines.

"My choices were to stay in and run out of breath and not be able to [receive] the treatment, or sit down on the floor and patiently wait for the line to go through and be able to get the treatment that I need. So I chose to lay down on the floor, and make it through this line. If I had chosen to stand up in line, I'd never make it to the treatment. I'd have been back at an ER. So I laid on the floor, until they got wheelchairs over to assist us."

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis opened several Regeneron monoclonal antibody clinics in the state, including one in Lakeland in Polk County.

Regeneron monoclonal antibodies are human-made proteins that simulate antibodies in the human immune system.

According to Regeneron, REGEN-COV was designed specifically to fight infection by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

The center in Jacksonville has ordered more wheelchairs to accommodate the long lines of people waiting for the antibody infusions.

Dean said her Regeneron treatment took four hours and it was "not a fast process." She thanked the facility's staff for being very supportive.

"The picture that's going around online -- it looks terrible, yes, but they were great there. The facility was great," Dean said.
 

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The image of a crying baby being lifted over a razor wire fence by a marine symbolized the desperation of the Afghan people.

In the viral photo, a marine is seen lifting a baby girl over the razor wire fence after her parents begged the marines for medical help.

The baby was suffering from the effects of tear gas fired by soldiers to disperse the crowd.

The baby was later reunited with her father.

Afghans were photographed handing their children to American and British soldiers as thousands of people stampeded outside the Kabul airport on Friday (see video below).

The tragedy unfolded last week when U.S. Pres. Joe Biden made the decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan after 20 years occupying the region.

Ex-British prime minister Tony Blair called Biden an "imbecile" over his decision to order the troops out of Afghanistan. Blair urged Biden to extend the deadline for withdrawal.

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A photographer captured the moment when another baby was reunited with her parents who had earlier handed her to soldiers in desperation. The family later boarded an evacuation aircraft out of Kabul.

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Turkish soldiers cared for the children at a clinic inside the airport before reuniting them with their anxious parents.

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A Turkish soldier is pictured kissing a baby refugee before reuniting her with her parents. All of the children were reunited with their parents.

Dozens of people were shot by the Taliban or crushed in the stampede outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on Saturday.

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The desperation intensified Saturday as word spread that mercy flights out of Kabul will end in a few days.

Thousands of Afghan people have descended on the Kabul airport over the past week desperately hoping to flee Taliban-controlled Kabul.

The U.S. Embassy warned Americans not to go to the Kabul airport due to security threats. The U.S. Embassy said they can't guarantee their safety.
 

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A Burger King signage went viral after a group of disgruntled Burger King employees walked off the job at the same time at a Lincoln, Nebraska location.

The former employees walked off the job and left a message on the Burger King sign announcing: "WE ALL QUIT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE."

According to the former employees, they were upset over poor work conditions, low pay and long hours. They chose to collect unemployment which pays more than the minimum wage in Nebraska.

"They have gone through so many district managers since I've been GM," said former general manager Rachel Flores who was among the disgruntled workers that resigned. "No one has come to the store to help me out. They're so in and out."

Flores told reporters the sign was something they all came up with to inform customers that the restaurant was closed and "just kind of a laugh to upper management."

Burger King corporate office issued a statement to CNN:

"The work experience described at this location is not in Lin with our brand values. Our franchisee is looking into this situation to ensure this doesn't happen in the future."

Flores said she was surprised the sign went viral on social media.

"I didn't think anybody was going to notice it, because we did just one sign, and then it went pretty crazy on Facebook," she said. "I got a call from my upper management and they told me I needed to take it down."

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Damian Lillard called out online trolls for poking fun at a viral photo of former teammate Caleb Swanigan.

The photo went viral because of Caleb's weight gain a year after he left the NBA. One Twitter user posted the photo along with the caption: "How the hell does one go from this to that in a year?????"

Damian took offense to the trolling. "If you're gonna post this shit with real concern then that's cool. But don't ask "how does one go from this to that", he's clearly having some real life issues."

Damian urged people to have sympathy because Caleb struggled with obesity issues his entire life. He weighed as much as 400 pounds as a child. And his father weighed 500 pounds at the time of his death when Caleb was only three years old.

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Caleb, 24, was a Portland Trailblazer for two years until he was traded to the Sacramento Kings in 2019. He returned to Portland in early 2020 and is currently a free agent.

The image went viral after Caleb pleaded guilty to marijuana possession in an Indiana courtroom on Monday.

He was arrested on Dec. 23 by a Columbia City Police officer who smelled marijuana during a traffic stop in northern Indiana.

Police found 3.4 pounds of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and $3,415 in cash inside his car.

Caleb was given a 180 day suspended sentence with two days time served.

The former Purdue University basketball standout was voted Mr. Basketball in 2015. He was affectionately called "Biggie" by his friends and family.

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Kids 'R' Kids terminated the contract of a preschool location in Georgia after a viral photo shows white kids eating while Black children wait for their food.

The image was taken from a surveillance system that is accessible by parents via mobile apps.

Outraged Twitter users demanded answers after the photo went viral.

"Look at this photo of teachers serving white children while the black children watch & wait for their food. PLEASE RT. This is Kids R Kids in Sandy Springs, GA. Surprised???"

Tariq Nasheed and other social media activists retweeted the photo, as it went viral.

One Twitter user with the handle @_solowKi wrote: "Imagine seeing 0 black children with food in front of them & saying you need context. It’s no saving some of y'all."

She added: "& they're trying to justify this bullshit by saying they feed kids by diet. Which pissed me off even more, so I want this viral so everyone involved is fired. Beyond insultin."

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David Vinson, President & Chief Executive Officer of Kids 'R' Kids International, Inc., responded to the backlash on social media.

"After further review and much consideration of the photo/video in question, our company has decided to terminate that franchisee's Kids 'R' Kids contract and branding, effective immediately, leaving them to operate independently.

We apologize to the family, the community and all of those impacted by this situation and will use this as a learning tool to remind our Kids 'R' Kids staff on the importance of diversity and inclusivity."
 

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A British mom who spent $2,000 on Christmas gifts for her 3 children is defending her "materialistic" spending spree.

Emma Tapping posted a picture of her Christmas tree surrounded by piles of Christmas gifts for her 3 kids. The photo went viral and Tanning is forced her parenting skills.

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A planned rally by white supremacists and a faction of the KKK was marred by violence when members of the Bloods street gang and other hoodlums attacked the protestors.

What should have been a peaceful protest descended into chaos and violence because South Carolina was unprepared to handle outside agitators.

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