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    Randy Weaver, patriarch of a family that was involved in an 11-day Idaho standoff with federal agents 30 years ago that left three people dead and inspired the modern anti-government militia movement, has died at the age of 74. His death on Wednesday was announced on in a Facebook post by daughter Sara Weaver, who lives near Kalispell, Montana and wrote 'Love you always Dad' on a post sharing a photo of him, along with the dates January 3, 1948, and May 11, 2022. Sara Weaver did not immediately return Facebook messages and email requests for information. Details of Randy Weaver's cause of death were not immediately available. Randy Weaver's standoff with federal agents in the mountains near Ruby Ridge in the Idaho Panhandle transfixed the nation in August of 1992. Fina photo: Ruby Ridge patriarch Randy Weaver, seen with his daughter Sara, died this week at the age of 74. His 11-day standoff with federal agents gripped the nation in 1992 Randy Weaver holds the door of his cabin showing holes from bullets fired during the siege of his Ruby...
    (CNN)Weaver Olena Shevtsova sells handmade Slavic and Ukrainian patterned belts, sashes, scarves and even guitar straps online to support her family, but since Russian forces moved into her country, she's used her skills to help make camouflage webbing to protect Ukrainian troops."I call us the spider women," she said of her fellow volunteers in an email to CNN.How to help the people of Ukraine She said some people cut out fabric, some hang up the webbing, others make the braiding and children also come to help."The process reminds me of rug weaving," Shevtsova. "The hands are busy and it feels better. Last time when I was there we also sang Ukrainian songs, and it was so cool to uplift the spirit!"She lives in a small town in the Dnipropetrovsk region in southeastern Ukraine with her 10-year-old son and her dog and cat.Read MoreShevtsova has been selling her woven goods on the Etsy marketplace since 2015 and said weaving is her primary source of income.She cannot ship orders right now because of the fighting, but she is still getting support from...
    A former college basketball star who was charged with the murder of his four-year-old son after the boy's corpse was found in the family freezer was granted bail Wednesday after having spent six months in a Virginia jail. Kassceen Weaver, 49, will be released from Riverside Regional Jail on a $50,000 secured bond once a GPS monitoring system is installed in his Richmond home.  He is not allowed to have any contact with his wife, Dina Weaver - whom the prosecution claims he abused - or his 10-year-old son, WTVR reported.  Weaver is charged with felony murder and felony child abuse/neglect in connection to the death of his son, Eliel Aldon Weaver, last October. The four-year-old's body - which had been left in a plastic bag in a freezer for two-and-a-half years - was found in May after his concerned uncle asked police to conduct a welfare check.   The boy's mother, Dina, also 49, was charged with conspiracy to conceal a body and failing to render aid to a child. She has been out on bond since May. Despite opposition from the prosecution, a Chesterfield...
    DRAMA film, Father Stu, stars a cast led by Mark Wahlberg with a release date just in time for the Easter holiday. Coming to theaters on April 15 of 2022, the biographical movie is centered around the real life of Father Stuart Long. 1Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson reunite for a second motion picture together The cast of Father Stu: who stars in the drama flick? Production for a biographical film on Father Stuart Long's life was in talks for quite some time. Back in 2016, Mark Wahlberg told fans on Facebook Live: "Actually David O. Russell and I right now are working on developing a script on Father Stu, who was an amazing priest from Helena, Montana." Fast forward seven years later, the cast for the 2022 movie includes: Mark Wahlberg Taking on another role as a boxer, Wahlberg leads the cast as the titular character. The actor said of the real life Stu's characterization: "He was a very tough guy who was a fighter, a football player…anything but a spiritual guy." Wahlberg continued: "He suffered from this horrible...
      Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed State Representative Terri Lynn Weaver (R-TN-40) to the newsmaker line to discuss her 2022 priorities and the new state budget. Leahy: On our newsmaker line, state Representative Terri Lynn Weaver. Representative Weaver, thanks so much for joining us today. Weaver: Absolutely. Good morning! Leahy: It’s great to have you on – and by the way, the very best singer in the Tennessee General Assembly. If you’ve never had the opportunity of listening to Terri Lynn Weaver sing the national anthem, oh what a treat that is. Weaver: Oh, thank you. It’s always an honor to sing the other verse as well. Leahy: Exactly. So, Terri Lynn, what are your big priorities for your district? You represent the area around Lancaster, Tennessee. What are your priorities this session? Weaver: Well, in fact, I’m on my way to a coffee conversation that I have in my district every Friday. And...
    The Lincoln Project has settled with co-founder Jennifer Horn after she accused the anti-Trump PAC of ignoring allegations John Weaver made unwanted sexual advances to young men and a boy. Weaver made a name for himself for working with late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and former Gov. John Kasich (R-OH). He was among those who founded the PAC to defeat former President Donald Trump in 2019. Weaver and Horn were joined in founding The Lincoln Project by George Conway, Steve Schmidt, and Rick Wilson. The group firmly positioned itself as a principled conservative answer to Trump and his brand of GOP populism. With The Lincoln Project, Trump’s former GOP consultant opponents raised millions of dollars with the promise of seizing back control of the Republican Party. They vowed to tear it all down and rebuild it in their own image. Last January, their plans unraveled as Weaver was accused of sexual misconduct by almost two dozen young men, one of whom was reported to be a 14-year-old. The New York Times reported: John Weaver, a longtime Republican strategist and co-founder of the...
    VOCALIST Jay Weaver passed away suddenly after a battle with Covid-19. His brother and bandmate announced the news on Monday, January 3, 2022. 1Jason Weaver passed away from Covid-19Credit: Getty Images Who was Jay Weaver and what was his cause of death? Mike Weaver, sibling of Big Daddy Weave vocalist Jay, took to social media on Monday morning to confirm the death of his brother. "I'm sorry to bring this news, but I am excited to celebrate where he is right now. My brother Jay went to be with Jesus just a couple hours ago," Mike said in a video. "You've seen him walk the uphill battle and you guys helped carry him through so much. "Even though COVID took his last breath, Jesus was right there to catch him," he added. Big Daddy Weave is an American Christian band from Alabama composed of brothers Mike and Jay Weaver, Joe Shirk, Jeremy Redmon and Brian Beihl. Most read in EntertainmentGOLDEN ERA OVER Iconic actress Betty White dies at home only weeks before 100th birthdayOH BABY? Teen Mom fans speculate Leah...
    The teenage who has been charged with fatally stabbing 18-year-old Barnard College freshman Tessa Majors when he 14 years old pleaded guilty to her murder on Thursday. Rashaun Weaver, who is now 16, appeared before Judge Robert Mandelbaum in Manhattan Supreme Court this afternoon and entered a plea of guilty to second-degree murder in connection with Majors' brutal killing in 2019, which sent shockwaves through New York City. DailyMail.com reached out to the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and Weaver's attorney, seeking comment on the plea agreement.    Weaver also pleaded guilty to felony counts of robbery, stemming from two unrelated incidents, including the violent attack on a man in East Harlem on Valentine's Day 2020, two months after the killing. Rashaun Weaver, 16, on Thursday pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for the brutal killing of Barnard College freshman Tessa Major, 18 (right), in December 2019 Views of the crime scene in Morningside Park four days after Majors was knifed to death during a botched robbery committed by three teenage boys  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Adopting a cruelty-free lifestyle is always a commendable decision! This decision is perhaps even more impressive for those who have staked their careers on animal agriculture. These 10 farmers demonstrated their compassion and bravery by adopting plant-based lifestyles, farming practices, and in some cases, opening animal sanctuaries! 1. Sivalingam Vasanthakumar Source: Animal Justice Project / Vimeo Sivalingam Vasanthakumar had a long history of animal agriculture. From growing up on a Sri Lankan dairy farm to studying agriculture in both India and the UK, one might think this was second nature for him. However, Vasanthakumar constantly struggled with anxiety. He would watch these animals he raised be lined up for slaughter and share in their stress. In an interview, he noted that the animals “would try to hide in the back of the trailer and wouldn’t want to come out.” Eventually, this highly stressful, emotional process became too much for him, and one day he decided he could no longer partake in the slaughter of these sweet animals. He loaded...
                        Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Tennessee State Representative Terri Lynn Weaver (R-District 40) to the newsmaker line to discuss her objection to the Blue Oval City Ford project and what she’s hearing on the ground from constituents and new Tennessee transplants. Leahy: We are joined right now on our newsmaker line by our very good friend, State Representative Terri Lynn Weaver. Good morning, Representative Weaver. Weaver: Hey, good morning, Patrick! You’re doing okay? Leahy: We’re doing great rate. It’s a delight to have you on here. You had a great commentary that we ran at The Tennessee Star, explaining why you voted no on the Blue Oval City, $884 million financial incentives to Ford Motor Company. That has been a hot topic here on the Tennessee Star Report. Crom was in favor of that. I was with you. It was what, 96...
    A teen who pleaded guilty to his role in the stabbing murder of Barnard College student Tessa Majors has been sentenced to serve nine years to life in prison. Luchiano Lewis, 16, was sentenced on Thursday in Manhattan criminal court by Justice Robert Mandelbaum, who slammed him for his lack of remorse in the shocking case.  'The defendant has demonstrated in the year and a half since this incident this is not an aberration,' the judge said, according to WNBC-TV. 'The defendant has learned no lessons from his experience in this case.'  Lewis was charged as an adult despite being 14 at the time of the murder, and last month pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree robbery in a deal with prosecutors. Luchiano Lewis, 16, (seen last month) was sentenced on Thursday in Manhattan criminal court for the murder of Barnard College student Tessa Majors Lewis was sentenced to serve nine years to life in prison for his role in the slaying of Majors, who was stabbed to death during a botched robbery in Morningside Park Tessa's father Inman Majorswalks into Manhattan...
    A biochemist and an internationally-acclaimed dermatologist have shared exactly what a stressful lifestyle is doing to your skin, and why you need to change your ways now for a clear complexion. Dr Libby Weaver, from Sydney, and co-founder of the brand Dr Dennis Gross Carrie Gross, from New York, both agree that stress should never be mistaken for trauma. 'Stress is the everyday things that concern you, like running late, an overflowing email inbox and trying to keep everybody happy,' Dr Weaver told Mecca.  While a lot of the stress we have comes from the outside world and things we can't control, even more of it comes from things we create for ourselves - and it can be managed. A biochemist (Dr Libby Weaver pictured) and an internationally-acclaimed dermatologist have shared exactly what a stressful lifestyle is doing to your skin RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Super organised mum reveals the three 'game-changing' home... These $19 socks have been dubbed the 'comfiest in the WORLD'... How to date a 'sociopath': Girlfriend, 26,...
    An American woman died and two others became seriously ill after travelling to Tijuana for plastic surgery on the same day, operated on by the same doctor. The three women, lured by the promise of cheap procedures, crossed from California into Mexico for the January 29 operations, carried out by Dr Jesus Manuel Baez Lopez. Baez, who is not a member of the professional group Asociacion Mexicana de Cirugia Plastica, Estetica y Reconstructiva, had a different clinic shut down in April 2015 for 'failing to meet the minimum requirements to operate legally.' State law in Baja California since 2014 has stipulated that only certified plastic surgeons can perform liposuction and a range of other procedures such as tummy tucks. Baez is not a plastic surgeon, according to his website at the Arte Siluette clinic, and only qualified for cosmetic surgery. Keuana Weaver, 38, travelled to Tijuana with her friend Kanisha Davis for cosmetic surgery Weaver, a mother of two, never returned home to California. A T-shirt in her memory is pictured One of his patients, Keuana Weaver, a 38-year-old...
    A contestant on an MTV reality dating show has claimed that the producers medicated her and then sat back and did nothing as she was sexually assaulted on camera. Gianna Hammer, 25, appeared in the fifth series of Are You The One, filmed in the Dominican Republic in 2016. In the show, a group of men and women are secretly paired into couples by producers, via a matchmaking algorithm. If they pair up correctly, according to the algorithm's results, they split the $1 million prize between them. 'I guess I really thought about it and was like: 'Wow, that was really f***** up,' Hammer said, explaining why she had decided to come forward now. 'They should have never left me in an unsafe position. I'm definitely a changed person after it all.' Gianna Hammer, a contestant on an MTV reality dating show, has claimed that the producers medicated her and then sat back and did nothing as she was sexually assaulted on camera Hammer is pictured with her fellow contestants in 2016, filming in the Dominican Republic Hammer...
    London (CNN)When members of an English town's local government committee met to discuss planning matters before Christmas, they had little idea that their Zoom call would become the cinematic event of the decade.But on Wednesday, still recovering from their reluctant brush with fame, members of Handforth Parish Council convened again to give the people what they wanted: A sequel.The group's first meeting went viral around the world earlier this month thanks to its enthralling dysfunction, petty disagreements and Machiavellian maneuvers, as councilors vied for power and senior officials were dramatically ousted to the virtual waiting room.Their follow-up meeting was widely anticipated. And, if possible, it unraveled into deeper chaos still, as members of the public butted in and the main characters reckoned with their newfound celebrity.Jackie Weaver, Britney Spears and a local coup détat: A breakdown of the worlds worst Zoom callBut it was notably missing the lead character from the original -- Jackie Weaver, an adviser to local councils, who won plaudits for rebuffing the abuse of some members, booting the council's chairman Brian Tolver from the discussion and...
    Another minor has reportedly come forward to accuse the Lincoln Project’s John Weaver of sexual harassment, just weeks after the political consultant was accused of harassing 21 others, including a 14-year-old boy. In an interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Monday night, journalist Ryan Girdusky, who first broke the story about Weaver’s alleged conduct last month, shared news of the latest allegation for the first time. ‘The New York Times report on January 31 that John Weaver was in communication with a 14-year-old was the first allegation made that he was sexually harassing a minor,’ Girdusky began. ‘I’m here to say I have made contact with another minor who was sexually harassed by John Weaver. He is still a minor today. ‘The allegations involving minors [against Weaver] are now multiple and there’s possibly more to come.’ Girdusky declined to divulge further details, but said he had seen alleged exchanges between Weaver, 61, and his newest accuser, which showed the Lincoln Project co-founder ‘aggressively sexually harassing’ the boy. He further claimed that Weaver would often contact ‘kids and young men’ through...
    The Lincoln Project is a 'toxic' workplace with a culture of infighting where women are sidelined, young men are referred to as 'wizards' and political rivals are disparaged, current and former staffers have claimed. The anti-Trump PAC has had a tumultuous week after being rocked by sexual harassment allegations involving co-founder John Weaver and subsequent claims the group knew about it months before acknowledging it publicly.  Now, nearly two dozen current and former staffers - or people associated with the group - have detailed in interviews with the 19th the 'toxic' inner workings of the Lincoln Project.  Those who were interviewed have claimed that dissatisfaction has long been growing among more junior staff due, in part, to sexist and derogatory language used among those within the organization.   Some said that young male staffers were referred to as 'wizards', while female staffers were called 'girls'.  They also allege that political rivals were commonly called 'p****es', 'c***suckers' or 'f****ts'.    The Lincoln Project has had a tumultuous week after being rocked by sexual harassment allegations involving co-founder John Weaver and subsequent claims the...
    Friday on FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson speculated why the media went out of its way to protect the embattled Lincoln Project, as rumors and speculation have swirled about cofounder John Weaver. According to Carlson, it had to do with a timeline of making it beyond the conclusion of the 2020 presidential election. He also discussed the media’s treatment of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), who had avoided scrutiny for alleged missteps throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Transcript as follows: CARLSON: Happy Friday. It has been a turbulent week, at times pretty grim. But for once in this season of craziness, we have some good news for you tonight and here it is. Two hundred and twelve years to the day after Abraham Lincoln was born, the Democratic Party propaganda outlet that stole his name has finally collapsed. Lincoln’s birthday present: the end of The Lincoln Project. We can all celebrate that. There’s probably never been an organization sleazier or more vicious in American politics than The Lincoln Project. Naturally, it was funded heavily by the tech...
    On Friday, Abraham Lincoln's 221st birthday, a dwindling group of Never Trump Republicans were left to survey the ruins of their once-promising organization, named for the 16th president and seemingly done in by a tide of sex, money, and betrayal scandals that would have made Honest Abe cringe. The Lincoln Project, which just a month ago was awash in cash and planning an ambitious transformation into a media powerhouse, absorbed its latest gut punch Thursday night in a drama that played out on Twitter. The group's account tweeted screenshots of private messages from a journalist in an apparent, and shocking, bid to intimidate other reporters and discredit a flurry of damaging stories. "Earlier this evening, we became aware that @AmandaBecker of @19thnews was preparing to publish a smear job on the Lincoln Project with the help of @NHJennifer," the account tweeted. "You hear a lot of talk about the hit-jobs in journalism, but rarely do you get to see their origin story. Enjoy." Attached was a photo of the Twitter inbox of Jennifer Horn, a New...
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