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John Fetterman out of the hospital, heading home after suffering stroke

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John Fetterman is finally on his way home after the shocking news he suffered a stroke earlier this month.Fetterman said he wasn't feeling well on May 13, and decided to go to the hospital at the urging of his wife."I had a stroke that was caused by a clot from my heart being in an A-fib rhythm for too long," Fetterman said in a statement.While recovering in the hospital, Fetterman won the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania's open Senate seat in one of the nation’s most competitive races. He defeated four other Democratic Party nominations.On Sunday, the lieutenant governor says he was discharged from the hospital and is returning to Braddock."After getting amazing care from the wonderful team at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital, I could not be happier to finally be heading home to be with my family," Fetterman said in a statement.Fetterman says he is "feeling great," but will continue to rest and recover."I am going to take the time I need now to rest and get to 100% so I can go full speed soon and flip this seat blue," he said.Fetterman's wife Gisele tweeted a video of the Senate candidate walking out of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital."João is headed home," she said.

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Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Might Morphin Power Rangers was arrested at his luxury home in Texas this week.According to TMZ,the 47-year-old actor - who played Red Ranger Jason Lee Scott on the show - was handcuffed and arrested after federal agents showed up at his homein the upscale neighborhood of McKinney holding AR-15 guns.It was added that the agents 'raided' his residence.St John was allegedly charged with wire fraud in a very large federal criminal case about COVID relief loans for small businesses, it was claimed, with the actor being accused of scamming the government out of $3.5 million.If convicted he could go to prison for a maximum of 20 years.He was arrested along with 17 other people in what was a very large and organized scam. No peace now:Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Power Rangers was reportedly arrested at his home in Texas this week.

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