Adam Siegel

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Travis Barker Shares Steamy Photo of Girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian in His Lap in His Cadillac

Steamy! Travis Barker shared sexy photos of girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian sitting in his lap in his Cadillac on Friday, June 18. “She likes riding with the top down,” the 45-year-old captioned the set of three sultry snapshots of the couple, who first sparked romance rumors in January. In the first photo, Travis wrapped his arms around the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who was dressed in a black tube top and black leather flares. In the second pic, the 42-year-old sat on her boyfriends lap in the passenger seat of the car with the door open. The Blink-182 drummer had his left hand wrapped around Kourt’s waist. The happy couple were all smiles as they were caught laughing in the final photo.
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Newsom assaulted during Oakland visit

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting Gov. Gavin Newsom during his visit to downtown Oakland, authorities said Friday. Newsom was walking to a barbershop and pizzeria in Old Oakland to promote small businesses when he was “approached by an aggressive individual,” said Fran Clader, director of communications for the California Highway Patrol, which provides security for the governor.
New York City, NYNew York Post

Horrific shooting video shows exactly why crime is issue No. 1 for NYC voters

This is what life in New York City looks like now: A masked gunman brazenly opening fire on a man, in broad daylight, in front of children, in The Bronx. Footage shows the 24-year-old target of the gunman trying to run away from the shooter only to collide with a young brother and sister out to buy candy from a bodega. Nothing could be more innocent. It’s utterly terrifying, especially watching the two frantic kids caught in the middle.

5-Time Pro Bowler Reportedly Visited Steelers This Week

As NFL teams continue to make additions and subtractions to finalize their training camp rosters, a number of Pro Bowlers and veterans are still making pushes to get contracts. One of them, a five-time Pro Bowler, is visiting a particularly notable playoff contender. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter,...
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Steve Nash Gives Kyrie Irving, James Harden Updates Ahead Of Nets-Bucks Game 7

The Brooklyn Nets may need another all-time outing from Kevin Durant on Saturday night against the Milwaukee Bucks if they’re going to reach the Eastern Conference Finals. Steve Nash just gave an update on his two banged up other stars—James Harden and Kyrie Irving—and it sounds like the Nets are going to need to grind this one out.
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Jennifer Jo Cobb withdraws from Nashville Superspeedway

Unfortunate circumstances forced the NASCAR team to withdraw after arriving at the track today. The No. 10 truck out of the Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing stable has attempted every NASCAR Truck Series race since 2010. However, the team will not be competing this weekend. Cobb was on the entry list...
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Law & Crime

‘Horrendous’ Triple Murder and ‘Execution’ of Mom, Dad, and Sister Followed Purported Ultimatum for Suspect to Get a Job: Prosecutors

A man allegedly told police that his slain father had recently given him an ultimatum: Get a job or move out. This detail came from accused 20-year-old triple murderer Alexander Ken Jackson himself, according to authorities in a report from Iowa-based outlet The Gazette. “This was a horrendous murder,” Assistant...
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Bills’ Cole Beasley defiantly explains why he won’t get vaccinated

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley came the central character on Twitter Friday afternoon. Beasley offered a forceful and defiant public statement, explaining why he will not get vaccinated as protection against COVID-19. There is plenty of eyebrow-raising material in this post from Cole Beasley, and you can click on...
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3 Outstanding Burger Places in Austin You Have to Try

The food that can be eaten anywhere at any time, if it's good. According toJulian Canlas, who is a food blogger at Twisper,"the hamburger is probably most often associated with the USA. This is no surprise as it has become somewhat of a staple in that great nation. However, the story of the creation of the hamburger (one of many stories) is that the hamburger was brought to America by German immigrants from (surprise, surprise) Hamburg in the early 20th century. As a result, you would expect the best burgers to come from either America or Germany."