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Mystery as US politician is found murdered at same spot where her sister-in-law was found dead

A former Mississippi lawmaker’s body was discovered in the same spot where her sister-in-law was found dead last year, days after the politician vowed to seek justice in the case of her relative.Ashley Henley, 40, a former Republican, was found dead from a gunshot wound on Sunday night in Yalobusha County, the North Mississippi Herald reported.Assistant District Attorney Steven Jubera said in a statement that the gunshot was “non-accidental” and they are investigating the case as a homicide.Henley appeared to have been mowing grass in her lawn near the trailer where the burned body of her sister-in-law, Kristina Michelle Jones,...
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U.S. lays out plan to confront white supremacist violence

June 15 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's administration on Tuesday unveiled a plan to address the threat of violence posed by white supremacists and militias, five months after members of those groups joined in a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. The White House released a 30-page plan for increased...
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Why Mike Lindell Can’t Stop

The MyPillow tycoon has lost business pumping up Trump conspiracy theories, and probably lost his chance at a political future. But he believes he’s on a divine mission to overturn the election—and he’s not alone.
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Mom tosses newborn baby and toddler out of apartment window before jumping after them

A disturbing scene unfolded in Brooklyn, New York, over the weekend when a naked mother tossed her newborn daughter and toddler son out of their second-floor apartment window. The incident occurred at 11.20am on Saturday 12 June in the Brownsville neighbourhood. The mother, who remains unidentified, attempted to hurt her children, who were also unclothed through the ordeal. The mom reportedly said she was “tired of being by herself” as she slammed the infant’s head into the sidewalk, according to an eyewitness as reported by The New York Post.“I don’t think she intentionally meant to hurt her kids because I...
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Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best early deals from Apple, Shark, Blink Home, Nintendo and more

Amazon has officially announced the start date for its annual Prime Day sale for 2021 and there’s now just days until the main shopping event. Traditionally held in early summer, Amazon Prime Day is one of the internet’s biggest sales, offering customers a huge range of discounts on everything from TVs and tablets to coffee machines. Last year, it was postponed from its usual slot in July to October in order to better support the safety of employees during the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many shoppers wondering if the event will go ahead in 2021. But now, the company has confirmed that...
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Trump endorsement shakes up GOP Senate primary in NC

Former President Trump ’s endorsement of Rep. Ted Budd in North Carolina’s GOP Senate primary is setting off a round of finger-pointing among frustrated Republicans in the state. The endorsement, made during a speech to the North Carolina GOP’s convention this month, came as a surprise to state party leaders...
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Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best home appliance deals to expect on vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and more

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is just days away. Confirmed to be going ahead on June 21 and June 22, it’s set to be the biggest online shopping event of the year. It’s the perfect opportunity to bag huge bargains on home appliances especially, with discounts found across vacuum cleaners, food processors, coffee machines, fridges and more. The giant sale is typically in the early summer months, however last year it was postponed to October due to the coronavirus pandemic, so it’s come back around for 2021 much quicker than usual. Last year, Amazon revealed that there were more...
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Newsweek

China Warplanes Swarm Around Taiwan After G7, NATO Talk up Threat

Over a dozen warplanes took off from China and triggered radar stations in Taiwan early Tuesday as military aircraft once again swarmed the island's air defense zone following more than a week of relative quiet. Radio intercepts sent to Newsweek included at least 17 airborne warnings aimed at People's Liberation...
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Kate Middleton wore a bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana

Kate Middleton is a royal style icon in her own right, and we've seen her dressing like fellow fashion trailblazer, Princess Diana, on more than one occasion. And now, Kate has offered up a meaningful tribute to her mother-in-law, by wearing a gorgeous pearl and diamond bracelet which belonged to the late Princess.
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Local reporter goes rogue in weather broadcast and says Fox Corp is muzzling her

A reporter of Houston Fox 26 went off-script during a live broadcast to allege that she is being “muzzled” by her organisation. Ivory Hecker dropped the bombshell as the studio went to her for a live update on the heatwave scorching Texas. Before diving into the news, Ms Hecker took a moment to tell the audience how the network, owned by Fox Broadcasting Company, is pressurising her into keeping “certain information” from the viewers, adding that she is not the only one and that she will soon release “some recordings about what goes behind the scenes.” “Before we get...