Rep. Demings calls actions by police officers in Floyd’s death ‘stupid, heartless and reckless’

Democratic Rep. Val Demings of Florida – who served nearly three decades in law enforcement and who’s under consideration as the running mate for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden — is taking aim at the police officers in Minnesota involved in the death of a black man who was pinned to the ground for several […]

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Noah Schnacky Dishes On The Personal Inspiration For New Songs ‘Comeback’ & ‘Where’d You Go’

Noah Schnacky has just served up a 1-2 punch of pure country music goodness, and he tells us EXCLUSIVELY how a conversation with his father and a childhood dream led to these brand new songs. After the runaway success of “I’ll Be The One,” it seems Noah Schnacky knew it would take quite a song […]

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Trump meets with military leaders. No one wears a mask

Lawrence Summers, who served in the Obama and Clinton administrations, reacts to photos showing President Donald Trump’s meeting with military leaders the day it was announced that the CDC director, FDA commissioner and Dr. Anthony Fauci would take various measures to quarantine after being exposed to a person at the White House who tested positive […]

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Former Cubs executive E.R. ‘Salty’ Saltwell dies at age 96

E.R. “Salty” Saltwell, who served in several roles for the Cubs over a 30-year career, including general manger in 1976, died Sunday at age 96, the team announced. Saltwell began with the club in 1958 and in addition to his year as GM, worked as concession manager, traveling secretary, assistant secretary, assistant treasurer, secretary, vice […]

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Stanley Tucci, 59, Looks Hunky & Makes The Internet Swoon In Thirst Trap Bartending Video

The bars are closed, but Stanley Tucci served something for all the thirsty fans out there. The ‘Hunger Games’ star whipped up a cocktail in a video that left many – including Chris Evans – raving over this ‘sex symbol.’ “What are you going to make me?” a woman (presumably his wife Felicity Blunt) says […]

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World News Updates: Brazil President Cheers Anti-Quarantine Protests

A remote region in Russia orders a lockdown on information. Nearly as big as California but served by only a handful of mostly decrepit Soviet-era hospitals, the remote northern Russian region of Komi is a coronavirus petri dish for the horrors lying in wait for the world’s largest country. Amid growing evidence that the pathogen […]

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Jerry Givens, executioner turned death-penalty critic, dies

A man who served as Virginia’s chief executioner for 17 years before going to prison and becoming a prominent voice against capital punishment has died By BEN FINLEY Associated Press April 17, 2020, 5:37 PM 3 min read 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Jerry Givens, who served as Virginia’s chief […]

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Rex Tillerson: Where is he now?

After rising through the ranks at ExxonMobil, Rex Tillerson served as President Trump’s secretary of state beginning in February 2017. After frequent clashing with the president, Tillerson was ousted from his post and replaced by Mike Pompeo in March 2018. What has Tillerson been up to since his brief foray into politics? Tillerson was surely not […]

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Coronavirus Is Forcing Some to Choose Between Loved Ones’ Safety and Work

Until recently, Fred had served as a guest advocate at a Target in suburban Illinois, where he bagged items, brought pickup orders to customers’ cars, and cleaned the shelves between his online classes at a community college. Because of the coronavirus outbreak, his duties had evolved in the past few weeks to include sanitizing the […]

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Released From Prison Early Due To Health Concerns

Tekashi 6ix9ine is a free man. The rapper, who served 16 months of his 2-year sentence, was released from a New York prison early on Thursday, April 2 due to his asthma. Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was released from a New York prison on Thursday, April 2 his lawyers confirm to […]

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Who is John Bel Edwards? Here are 4 things to know about Louisiana’s governor

John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, has served as governor of Louisiana since 2016, after defeating Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter in the second round of the 2015 election for governor. He was reelected to a second term in the 2019 election, becoming the first Democratic governor to win reelection in the state since 1975. The […]

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Police officer serving warrant is killed; fugitive arrested

A Philadelphia police officer was shot and killed early Friday as he served a homicide warrant at a home, and several people were arrested, including the subject of the warrant, officials said. Cpl. James O’Connor, 46, was shot around 5:45 a.m. in the city’s Frankford section, officials said. He was shot in the shoulder above […]

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Philadelphia officer shot and killed while serving warrant

A Philadelphia police officer was shot and killed early Friday as he served a homicide warrant at a home. Cpl. James O’Connor, 46, was shot around 5:45 a.m. in the city’s Frankford section, officials said. He was shot in the shoulder above his bulletproof vest when officers entered the home, and two people in the […]

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Judge Orders Deportation of Tennessee Man Who Served as Nazi Camp Guard

A United States immigration judge has ordered that a Tennessee man who served as a guard at a Nazi concentration camp in Germany during World War II be deported to the country, where he is a citizen and has continued to receive a pension based on his employment, “including his wartime service.” The Justice Department […]

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Haley Bennett is heartbreaking and fierce in ‘Swallow’

Last week, “The Invisible Man” served up a potent meditation on domestic abuse, then diluted it with campy scares. The quieter “Swallow” follows with a different body horror scenario: What happens when a woman’s trauma is directed inward? Haley Bennett (“The Girl on the Train”) stars as Hunter, newly married to an arrogant, wealthy businessman […]

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Veterans react to forthcoming Afghanistan-Taliban ‘peace agreement’

For the tens of thousands of U.S troops who served throughout the ancient streets and craggy mountains of Afghanistan, the memories of combat are still raw. They watched comrades pay the ultimate price. Scores lost limbs and many thousands still grapple with the invisible wounds of war. Now, after more than 18 years of bloodshed, the U.S. […]

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