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    Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is speaking out on calling the police on his brother after a social media user called him "despicable" for it. Maximo Sorrentino showed up to Mike's Holmdel house on Tuesday, with gifts for his newborn son, Romeo. He rang the bell and, minutes later, police cars pulled up looking for him. The "Jersey Shore" star later explained he was simply protecting his family. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mike"The Situation"Sorrentino (@mikethesituation) Click here for more on the incident from the New York Post.
    Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is speaking out on calling the police on his brother after a social media user called him "despicable" for it. Maximo Sorrentino showed up to Mike's Holmdel house on Tuesday, with gifts for his newborn son, Romeo. He rang the bell and, minutes later, police cars pulled up looking for him. The "Jersey Shore" star later explained he was simply protecting his family. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mike"The Situation"Sorrentino (@mikethesituation) Click here for more on the incident from the New York Post.
    MTV/Facebook Nelson Thomas in a preview video for 'The Challenge: Spies Lies and Allies' It’s safe to say that the drama in “The Challenge” world has been on a different level than the past season after just two episodes, with the second episode involving a blowup between Ashley Mitchell and Nelson Thomas and Berna Canbeldek. Nelson found himself in hot water when he went back and forth between Berna and Ashley on “Spies, Lies and Allies” and Berna has just spoken up about the situation and getting blasted by Ashley. Berna joined an Instagram Live chat with Corey Lay and Michaela Bradshaw after the second episode aired and told them she had no idea Nelson and Ashley were friends with benefits going into the show. “For me, it was just so weird… to see how the thing went down with Ashley and Nelson,” she said. “Everything felt a bit weird because… in that house, I remember I did not know about them at all. I asked Nelson and he told me that they got nothing to do with...
    The night before Britney Spear's bombshell hearing, the pop star called 911 in Ventura County, California to report herself a victim of conservatorship abuse. The actual recording is sealed because of an ongoing investigation, but two sources - a person close to Spears and a law enforcement official - confirmed the call to The New Yorker.  Spears, 39, has waged a legal war to remove her father, Jamie Spears, 68, and a $100billion hedge fund as conservators of her $60million estate.  Britney's mom Lynne, who divorced Jamie in 2002, told The New Yorker in June that she 'got mixed feelings about everything.' The magazine said Lynne whispered during the interview and said she might have to hang up if other family members found her talking to a reporter.  'I don’t know what to think... t’s a lot of pain, a lot of worry,' Lynne told The New Yorker, which published Lynne's comments Saturday. A Spears family source told PEOPLE that 'Britney begged her (mom) for help,' and said Lynne will be more involved moving forward.  'Lynne feels there are a lot...
    Most of more than a million bees shipped by a Pennsylvania distributor died when they were left on a hot UPS truck for weeks, CBS Boston reports. The station says it was too late to save them when a beekeeper was finally called in on Wednesday. And Anita Deeley, a former Massachusetts Department of Agriculture inspector and a beekeeper, told CBS Boston, "Almost all of them could have been saved if they called someone right away." The bees were shipped by Mann Lake Ltd., of Wilkes-Barre, to beekeepers in New England, but UPS says the bees were in faulty packaging and were held up in the Boston suburb of Shrewsbury. "We have been working with the customer over the last couple of weeks, making multiple attempts with local beekeepers to safely contain and move the bees," UPS said. But Deeley said the whole situation is tragic because the bees didn't have to die. Trending News Brood X cicadas emerge after 17 years to swarm the Northeast Nearly 70 animals seized from Tiger King park Kayaker says he...
    Gov. Doug Ducey, the Arizona Republican, didn’t mince words Wednesday shortly after he learned that President Biden was tapping Vice President Harris to oversee the effort to resolve the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Ducey, who was in Tucson, told reporters that Harris is "the worst possible choice" for the job. He also said that Harris’ selection is evidence that Biden has trivialized the situation. He said Harris just "flat out" doesn't care. He pointed to Harris' career as a senator from California. He said she has made it clear that she does not consider the border "a problem or a serious threat." Harris was recently criticized after she laughed when asked by a reporter if she would be visiting the border. She joked, "Not today." "If President Biden’s intent was to show that he’s taking this seriously, he’s really done the exact opposite," Ducey said. Harris called the situation at the border "challenging," according to the Los Angeles Times. Former Harris advisors told the paper that they believe that she is up for the challenge but called the job "high risk, very low reward." Biden made the announcement as...
    In the months since President Biden assumed office, the United States has seen a historic surge of migrants illegally crossing the southern border. Officials say more than 100,000 migrants were encountered at the border in February, and reports indicate an unprecedented 117,000 migrant children are set to enter the country by the end of 2021. While Republicans have called the situation a "crisis," Democrats have largely been reluctant to do so, instead terming the surge a "challenge." Here are the Democrats who have called the saga unfolding along the U.S.-Mexico border a "crisis." WHY CAN'T BIDEN CALL A CRISIS A CRISIS? MEMBERS OF THE U.S. SENATESen. Joe Manchin, who represents West Virginia, is currently the only Democratic senator who has publicly called the situation a "crisis." "It's a crisis. Oh, it's a crisis," Manchin told CNN last week. Manchin was joined by Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, who co-authored a letter with a Republican senator urging the Biden administration to address the "ongoing crisis" along the southern border. “We write to urge you to use your full authorities to effectively respond to...
    (CNN)Former NBA star Jeremy Lin will not be naming the person who called him "coronavirus" while he was playing basketball.Lin, who plays for the Santa Cruz Warriors, the G League, or minor league, affiliate of the Golden State Warriors, tweeted Saturday that he will not be "naming or shaming anyone" after sharing the racism he experienced."What good does it do in this situation for someone to be torn down?" Lin said. "It doesn't make my community safer or solve any of our long-term problems with racism.""Instead, if you want to truly help, look for the Asian kid that has no one to speak up for him when he's bullied," he said. "Look for the Asian American groups that are experiencing poverty but getting overlooked."The G League is investigating the incident, a source familiar with the situation told CNN.Read MoreIn a Thursday Facebook post, the guard expressed his anguish for the racism and violence targeting Asian Americans. Communities and advocates across the United States have been on high alert in recent weeks following a string of recent attacks against the minority...
    More On: james harden James Harden is becoming the ‘elephant’ at Nets practice James Harden’s mom defends MIA son amid desire for Nets trade Disgruntled James Harden misses Rockets’ first practice Things are getting even stranger between James Harden and Rockets The Knicks have had a quiet offseason, which has mostly been celebrated as they at least avoided the type of overspending that could later cripple their salary crap. So, they have been minding their own business as drama plays out in different sectors of the NBA. The most notable situation is James Harden trying to force his way off the Rockets and ideally into a trade to the Nets. Harden has been a no-show at Rockets camp and new coach Stephen Silas said there is “no timetable” for him to show up. Enter the Knicks bashing: “Some news: A person familiar with James Harden’s thinking described the Rockets’ culture as toxic and called them the ‘Knicks of the South,'” tweeted Sports Illustrated’s Rohan Nadkarni. “I’m not sure it’s in Houston’s best interests to drag this situation out....
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Workers picking through a pile of scrap metal found what police believe is an old stick of dynamite discarded in debris at a recycling yard in Brooklyn Thursday afternoon. Police say employees of Gershow Recycling at 1885 Pitkin Avenue, in Brownsville made the discovery at about 12:20 p.m. in a pile of scrap metal. Workers spotted the stick in the debris and immediately called police. Police from the 73rd Precinct and emergency service officers determined they had an explosive situation, so they called for the Bomb Squad to come with their containment vessel. Detectives retrieved the stick and safely deposited it into the containment vessel for proper disposal. It was not known where the dynamite originated, but police believe it may have been formerly used for construction demolition. Bomb Squad units at Gershow Recycling after stick of dynamite found. (Photo by Lloyd Mitchell)
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A SWAT team was dispatched to a home in response to a barricade situation Thursday morning in Fuller Park on the South Side.According to Chicago police, officers received a call around 3:30 a.m. about a person with a gun inside a home in the 5000-block of S. Michigan Avenue.Police said a 41-year-old woman was in a verbal altercation with a man, 46, who also lives in the residence when the man grabbed a hand gun and threatened her.The man became distracted and the woman was able to escape out the back door and call for help, police said.When officers arrived, the man proceeded to barricade himself inside the apartment, police said.SWAT was called to respond to the situation, police said. The standoff lasted just shy of three hours and the suspect exited the apartment around 6:20 a.m., police said.He was transported to a local hospital for evaluation, police said.No injuries were reported.The area has reopened to traffic.
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