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35 2000s Cartoons That'll Make You Feel Like a Kid All Over Again

  35 2000s Cartoons That'll Make You Feel Like a Kid All Over Again Revisit yesteryear with this flashback to a time gone by. Check out these classic cartoons from the 2000s that you might have forgotten.Cartoons from yesteryear just hit different, you know? Think about ‘90s cartoons or 2000s cartoons that you watched when you were a kid. Cartoons of today have nothing on those so many of us watched as kids. Rugrats, Doug, The Animaniacs — the 1990s were lit. But when we headed into the 2000s, it was just as good. Cartoons from our childhoods, especially forgotten 2000s cartoons, were what got us through afternoons of babysitting. For older millennials, 2000s cartoons were what bonded so many parents with their own kids.

Artists take on his post-midterms announcement, his rivalry with DeSantis, and more

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Trump mocked Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — finally debuting a nickname, 'Ron DeSanctimonious' — as the 2 popular Republicans could face off in 2024

  Trump mocked Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — finally debuting a nickname, 'Ron DeSanctimonious' — as the 2 popular Republicans could face off in 2024 Trump ramped up the reported rivalry between himself and DeSantis, one of the only Florida Republicans not expected to attend the former president's rally on Sunday.Trump used the nickname on Saturday while speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania, where he was campaigning for Republican candidates like Dr. Mehmet Oz, who's running for Senate against Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.

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China's cities are running out of money to pay huge COVID lockdown bills, report says .
China's local governments are spending much more than they are taking in, CNN reported, as they conduct mass testing and lockdowns.Data from China's Ministry of Finance reported by CNN showed that local governments in China spent considerably more than they brought in between January and October: to the tune of more than $1.65 trillion.

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