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‘I’m going to kill you’: Victim’s mother lunges at Simone Biles’ brother after judge drops murder charges

A dramatic scene unfolded in an Ohio courtroom on Tuesday after a judge dismissed murder charges against the brother of Olympic gymnast Simone Biles. Judge Joan Synenberg of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, said the evidence for the charges was “insufficient” and would not support a conviction in the case against Tevin Biles-Thomas. “This matter has drawn to a conclusion. I thank everyone for their effort, and my heart goes out to the families of the victims,” Judge Syngenberg said in concluding the hearing. Suddenly, a figure flashed across video of the court proceedings, and someone offscreen shouts “you’ve got to...
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Former NFL Star’s Son Charged With Stealing Super Bowl Rings

On Tuesday afternoon, police charged a former NFL star’s son with stealing his two Super Bowl rings in a wild story. According to a report from the Galveston Daily News, D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork, the son of former New England Patriots star Vince Wilfork, stole his father’s rings. The Super Bowl rings were among greater than $300,000 worth of property stolen, according to the report.
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Jail Video Shows Corrections Officer Opening Cell Door So Gang Member Could Beat Inmate

A correction officer at the St. Louis Justice Center appears to watch an inmate attack another inmate, a video from inside the jail shows. The video shows Officer Demeria Thomas talking with two inmates at her podium on the "Four Bravo" floor on March 22. This floor is used for inmates who have mental health issues, according to Fox 2. Both of the inmates can be seen walking away from the desk and toward the door of a cell.
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Daily Mail

Louisiana man, 78, is charged with shooting dead his wife in their fried chicken restaurant 40 YEARS ago after witness recanted his alibi

A Louisiana man who was long considered a suspect in his wife's murder more than 40 years ago has now been charged with shooting her dead in their fried chicken restaurant. Chester Vegas Sr., 78, was taken into custody in Lafourche Parish in New Orleans last Friday over the murder of his wife Diane Vegas back in October 1977.
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The Hill

Chrissy Teigen's bullying scandals get worse

Chrissy Teigen allegedly told a male stylist to die. The stylist thought of suicide. Teigen got a tattoo of an imperfect butterfly to symbolize her growth as a person. While she has been “canceled” by many for being an alleged bully, Chrissy Teigen has been on an apology tour. However,...

2 People Hospitalized After Ride Malfunctions at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey

Six Flags Great Adventure is inspecting its Saw Mill Log Flume after a malfunction with the ride sent two people to the hospital. First-aid workers at the Jackson Township, New Jersey, theme park treated the group after the ride "tipped up on an angle" at around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Two members of the group were hospitalized, "one for leg pain, the other for arm pain."
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Daily Mail

Colorado school shooter who survived on diet of cocaine, cough syrup and weed is convicted of murdering hero classmate, 18, who ran at him while he was shooting to save his friends

A school shooter who killed a heroic teenager who lunged at him to try and save his friends has been convicted of murder. Devon Erickson, 20, was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Kendrick Castillo, 18, at a court in Denver, Colorado, on Tuesday afternoon just a day-and-a-half after jurors retired to deliberate.
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The Hill

Why Trump is having trouble landing a book deal

Politico reports top publishers and editors at the five major publishing houses said they had not offered Trump a deal. Most of the publishers told the outlet they would not be willing to work with Trump on his bid for a book. Sources in the publishing industry cited the president’s...
CelebritiesHollywood Life

A-Rod Reveals His Arm Muscles In Tight Shirt As He Leaves Katie Holmes Apartment Building

Alex Rodriguez looked relaxed and in shape as he wore a tight T-shirt that put his biceps on display while walking out of Katie Holmes’ apartment building in New York City. Alex Rodriguez, 45, flashed a smile while showing off his arm muscles during his latest outing. The former New York Yankees player was recently photographed leaving Katie Holmes‘ apartment building in New York City before going to play some golf and appeared as comfortable as could be. He wore a tan polo-style shirt and tan pants during the outing as well as brown boots.
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Stabbing During Fight Outside a Glen Burnie Walmart Leads to One Arrest, Police Say

One man was arrested and another man was injured following a recent stabbing outside a Glen Burnie area Walmart. On June 12, 2021, at approximately 3:45 p.m., officers responded for a fight in progress in the 6700 block of Chesapeake Center Drive in Glen Burnie. Upon speaking with the involved parties and witnesses, it was determined there was an altercation between two males inside the Walmart store which continued outside of the store. Once outside, the altercation continued and one of the males stabbed the other with a knife.

Ohio McDonald's Refuses to Mix Three Slushie Flavors, Wild Brawl Ensues

"Have it your way" is Burger King. A woman who reportedly really wanted to mix three different slushie flavors at McDonald's left with a pair of handcuffs instead. "I heard her ask for a slushies with all three flavors mixed into one," witness Brian Allen told WOIO. "Whereupon the manager informed her that they could not do that, and she became increasingly irritated and combative and decided that she would go behind the counter and fix her own drink."
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NBC News

Biden's attorney general can't let Trump-era abuses of powers go. Here's what he should do.

Like a multi-car pileup on the expressway, the effects of Donald Trump’s abuses of office keep being felt long after the initial bad act. And it is tempting to shrug off each new revelation given that he is out of office — but that temptation must be rejected, as the recent revelations of his administration’s clandestine surveillance of journalists and political rivals both ranks among Trump’s most egregious offenses and has far-reaching implications for American democracy.
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Popular Science

Texas’s 82-foot-tall storm-gate plan may have some gaping holes

Eric Bender is a science writer based in Boston who primarily covers biomedical research. This story originally featured on Undark. When Hurricane Ike made landfall in 2008, Bill Merrell took shelter on the second floor of a historic brick building in downtown Galveston, Texas, along with his wife, their daughter, their grandson, and two Chihuahuas. Sustained winds of 110 mph lashed the building. Seawater flooded the ground floor to a depth of over 8 feet. Once, in the night, Merrell caught glimpses of a near-full moon and realized they had entered the hurricane’s eye.