Friday, October 22, 2021

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Despite the Objections of Police Unions, New York Publishes the Misconduct Records of More...

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The disciplinary records of tens of thousands of police officers were made public this month in a push towards transparency — and after police unions failed to prevent the records from being made public.

Christopher Walken has never owned a computer, nor cellphone, nor even sent an email

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It's not often in this day and age where we come across people - especially in the urban "jungle" - that haven't even touched...

No shirts, pants or undies needed on bike ride, just a mask

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Organizers of the annual Philly Naked Bike Ride say this year’s event will take place Aug. 28 and will require masks, based on the city’s earlier coronavirus restrictions.

Attorney Dershowitz sues Netflix for $80M over Epstein show

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Attorney and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is suing Netflix for $80 million over his portrayal in the streaming service's series about sex offender Jeffrey Epstein titled “Filthy Rich.”

Veteran Bronx educator claims she was fired after refusing ‘Black Panther’ salute

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Rafaela Espinal, a veteran Bronx educator, claims that her job was terminated when she refused to imitate the salute from the 2018 Marvel movie Black Panther during superintendent meetings.

Long suspected of murder, she confessed but avoided prison

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Pamela Pitts' body was found burned beyond recognition in a pile of trash in 1988. Tips flooded in blaming a Satanic cult, a drug dealer, an ex-lover, an overdose at an Arizona party spot. It would take more than 30 years, some prison calls and an eyebrow-raising plea deal before a convicted murderer would confess.

Derek Chauvin convicted on all murder, manslaughter charges in George Floyd’s death

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Former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted Tuesday of murder and manslaughter for pinning George Floyd to the pavement with his knee on the Black man’s neck in a case that touched off worldwide protests, violence and a furious reexamination of racism and policing in the U.S.

When doctors told a pregnant woman to terminate her baby or die of cancer...

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When doctors told a pregnant woman to terminate her baby or die of cancer she chose to give birth - only for her miracle girl to die from the disease 3 years later in the cruelest of twists... and now she's fighting for her life AGAIN

After years, court hands tax win to Michael Jackson heirs

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A U.S. tax court has handed a major victory to the estate of Michael Jackson in a years-long battle.

Pete Lammons, tight end on the Jets’ 1969 Super Bowl-winning team, falls off a...

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Pete Lammons, a tight end on the New York Jets' Super Bowl-winning team in 1969, has drowned after falling off a fishing boat, authorities said. He was 77.

Mother’s day massacre: Gunman shoots six dead at birthday party – but spares sobbing...

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Six people are dead after a gunman entered a birthday party and began shooting inside a mobile home in Colorado Springs before killing himself during the early-morning hours of Mother’s Day, police announced Sunday.

Utah Man Helps Liberian Scammer Turn His Life Around

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Man Gets Scam Email — Ends Up Changing Lives For Hundreds Of Children.

A US woman wore wedding dress to her Covid-19 vaccine appointment after pandemic cancelled...

A Maryland woman decided to wear her wedding reception dress to her vaccine appointment. Sarah Studley wore her polka-dot dress after she had to cancel her big reception plans due to Covid-19.

Man sues Apple for terminating Apple ID with $24K worth of content

Apple has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that its media services terms and conditions, which permit the company to terminate an Apple ID, are "unlawful" and "unconscionable."

Dracula’s castle proves an ideal setting for COVID-19 jabs

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This weekend, visitors to Romania's Bran Castle - widely known as the inspiration for the lair of Dracula - are being jabbed with needles rather than vampire fangs as authorities look for creative ways to boost the number of people who receive the coronavirus vaccination.