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North Korean Founder Kim Il Sung Did Not Have the Ability to Teleport, State Media Admits

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In this October 1945 photo, North Korean leader Kim Il Sung gives a speech at the Pyongyang citizens' welcoming rally returning in triumph in North Korea.

In North Korea, Kim Jong Un, his father Kim Jong Il and his grandfather Kim Il Sung enjoy god-like status built up by a state-driven cult of personality.

South Korean officials who analyze North Korean media say, however, that since Kim Jong Un came to power in 2011, tales of the supernatural aimed at deifying his father and grandfather have seen a decline. »

'What We Do in the Shadows' Renewed for Season 3 on FX

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The Disney-owned cable network has renewed its vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows for a third season.

The pickup comes midway through a second season that has performed strongly for FX, with multi-platform ratings up substantially over the show's first season in spring 2019.

"We're incredibly happy that critics and audiences are all in on Shadows,” said Nick Grad, president original programming at FX. »

Michigan stay home order extended to June 12, Gov. Whitmer orders

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extends Michigan stay home order to June 12.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday extended her stay-at-home order past its scheduled May 28 expiration to June 12, adding that public venues such as theaters, gyms and casinos would remain closed.

That decision was appealed by legislative leaders on Friday but for now it means Whitmer can extend her stay-at-home order. »

Alaskan school board lifts ban on Gatsby and Catch-22 after protests

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Classic novels including The Great Gatsby and Catch-22 have been returned to the curriculum in Palmer, Alaska, after a widespread community protest against their removal.

But locals spoke out against the decision, offering money – and even free mac’n’cheese – to students who read the books anyway.

National anti-censorship groups also slammed the removal, calling on the board to reinstate the books, and now the school board has voted six to one to rescind its decision to remove the five classic works from the curriculum. »