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    (CNN) — Vice President Kamala Harris will make a trip to the United Arab Emirates on Monday, leading a presidential delegation to express in-person condolences on the death of the country’s president, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Harris will also meet with the new president, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, while in the Emirati capital of Abu Dhabi, according to a statement from Harris’ press secretary, Kirsten Allen. READ MORE: Police: Two Teens, Adult Stabbed After Argument In Citrus Heights“In addition to honoring the memory and the legacy of Sheikh Khalifa, the Vice President will underscore the strength of the partnership between our countries and our desire to further deepen our ties in the coming months and years,” Allen said Saturday. Harris’ delegation will include US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, according to a statement Saturday from State Department Spokesperson Ned Price. Blinken said in a statement: “We look forward to working closely together to build on the extraordinary partnership between the United States and the United Arab Emirates that grew under His Highness Sheikh Khalifa’s presidency, and continuing...
    An ex-girlfriend of the man who was convicted of killing his estranged wife Gretchen Anthony while the victim's family believed she had vanished during the pandemic says he is a 'master manipulator.' David Anthony, 44, is serving 38 years in prison for the murder of Gretchen Anthony, 51, who disappeared in March 2020 and whose remains were found nine months later. Police say Anthony attempted to conceal Gretchen's disappearance by sending text messages from her phone, pretending to be her, and claiming she had COVID-19 and had gone to the hospital to receive treatment.   But when Anthony's ex-girlfriend Heidi Jaegers found out about Gretchen's disappearance, she said she knew that it was David Anthony. Now, she's speaking out about it in an exclusive TV interview that airs on HLN Sunday night.  'People that are happy and stable don't do something like this,' Jaegers said. 'When I found out about Gretchen Anthony's disappearance, I knew immediately that it was David Anthony, and that he did it, that he had finally snapped.' This week's episode of HLN's Sex & Murder, that airs Sunday...
    News that Princess Diana had been injured in a car crash came through shortly after 1am on August 31, 1997. At Balmoral, the initial mood was one of bewilderment and confusion. 'What is she up to now?' asked the Queen. Early reports suggested that Diana had suffered only a broken arm and walked away from the accident in a Paris underpass. Her mother-in-law's initial response to the news was extraordinary: 'Someone must have greased the brakes.' Her reaction shocked and puzzled her staff, who'd rarely heard her use such colloquial language. Was the Queen implying that Diana had been a target? An alternative view was that one of Mohamed Al-Fayed's many avowed enemies might have taken lethal action against his son, Dodi — and that Diana, who'd been dating him, had been collateral damage. Family grief: Prince Charles, his sons Harry and William, and Earl Spencer Lord Charles Althorp looking on at Princess Diana's Funeral Sinister schemes, murderous intrigues and cold-hearted conspiracies: anything seemed possible in the uneasy hours before dawn. In a rare show of affection, the sovereign and...
    LIL Keed started his career at a young age and quickly gained a huge following online. His music caught the attention of many record labels before he finally decided who he would sign for. 2Lil Keed poses for a picture uploaded on his Instagram page Was Lil Keed a member of YSL? Lil Keed, real name Raqhid Jevon Render, was born on March 16, 1998, in Atlanta, Georgia. Lil Keed was a rapper and songwriter who was signed to Young Thug's record label, YSL Records, as well as 300 Entertainment. He first started making music with his younger brother Semaja Render, posting the songs online. READ MORE ON THE US SUNRIP KEED Lil Gotit shares update after YSL rapper and Young Thug protégé passed away at 24STAR'S SHOCK Lil Gotit shares heartbreaking update on sudden death of YSL rapper Lil Keed Lil Keed's first hit song was Nameless, which reached number 42 on the Billboard Hip Hop chart. He was even featured in Future’s song Undefeated, and Lil Uzi Vert’s song Heavy Meta. Who was Lil Keed's cause of death? The rapper's brother, Lil Gotit, broke the devastating news...
    A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy has died at a Rochdale home after he was reportedly mauled to death by a dog. Cops said they've been called to previous incidents involving dogs at the address in Carr Lane, Milnrow. 2A little boy has died after he was reportedly mauled by a dog at a home in RochdaleCredit: Google 2Police have been called to the property before after 'previous incidents involving dogs'Credit: Google Officers and paramedics were called to the countryside address close to the M62 at around 1.15pm today. The little lad was taken by ambulance to hospital, where he was tragically pronounced dead. No arrests have been made at this stage. Enquiries into the circumstances continue, although the horror is being treated by police as a criminal investigation. Read more on UK NewsSHOWTIME Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration LIVE: Her Majesty enjoys star-studded show Detective Superintendent Jamie Daniels, of Greater Manchester Police's Public Protection and Serious Crime Division, said: "This is a tragic, devastating incident and our thoughts are with the family at this horrendous time. "We are investigating the incident and previous incidents...
    New York breaks away from the pack early. Its northeastern neighbors almost catch up. Then Arizona races to the top of a grim list that Americans are reflecting on this month as the United States is poised to reach 1 million COVID-19 deaths. In this animation, follow along as death rates for the country’s 15 largest states rise and fall over the course of the pandemic. Click here if you are having trouble viewing the graphic on your mobile device.  After the initial wave of the virus pummels a defenseless New York in spring 2020, states with fewer restrictions and lower vaccination rates eventually pull ahead. California — with its early statewide shutdown, aggressive mandates and embrace of vaccines — steadily rides along near the bottom of the pack before eventually finishing just ahead of Washington, the state with the lowest death rate in the group. To read more about how many Americans would still be alive if the country had the Bay Area’s low death rate, click here. Related Articles Health | Chart: How many Americans would...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Police in Boston arrested 34-year-old Stephanie Beard on Saturday and charged her with stabbing a New Hampshire man to death and stealing his car. John Glennon, 71, was found dead inside a home on Franklin Street in Manchester on Friday. Stephanie Beard. (Image Credit: Manchester Police) An autopsy revealed his death was a homicide as a result of being stabbed multiple times in the head with a knife. Police issued a warrant for Beard’s arrest on charges of second degree murder and theft by unauthorized taking after she allegedly stole Glennon’s silver Subaru Impreza. Boston Police arrested Beard Saturday and charged her as a fugitive of justice. She is expected to be arraigned Monday in Boston Municipal Court.
    More On: lisa marie presley Lisa Marie Presley is divorced from Michael Lockwood 5 years after split Riley Keough becomes death doula 8 months after brother Benjamin’s suicide Riley Keough shares emotional post ahead of 1st Christmas without late brother Lisa Marie Presley breaks silence on son Benjamin Keough’s death Lisa Marie Presley says she is “forever mourning” the loss of her son. The singer paid tribute to Benjamin Keough – who died by suicide in July 2020 at the age of 27 – in a lengthy statement shared to Instagram on Saturday. “I haven’t posted in quite some time because there really isn’t much to say, as I am and will forever be mourning the loss of my son,” the daughter of Elvis Presley, 54, began. “Navigating through this hideous grief that absolutely destroyed and shattered my heart and my soul into almost nothing has swallowed me whole. Not much else aside from my other 3 children gets my time and attention anymore.” Lisa Marie’s message was accompanied by a promotional poster for Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming film,...
    Police are investigating a “death match” wrestling event staged in front of kids that turned into a bloody brawl as contestants attacked each other with glass lighting tubes and even a weed whacker. The event performed at the Conservative Club in Seaham, County Durham, England, on April 29 was a raucous affair that had been advertised as a family-friendly event, and, indeed, several families with pre-teen children were in the audience. Police investigating Pro Wrestling death match that went too far https://t.co/F9DiKWnkB9 — OutKick (@Outkick) May 15, 2022 The show’s organizer, James Barrass of Colliery Championship Wrestling, told the BBC that the match between wrestlers Ronnie Thatcher and Blizzard “escalated” and broke out into an all-out bloodfest, including weapons. Barrass also insisted that he was unaware that the match would include weapons such as a weed whacker and glass fluorescent lighting tubes. What is "death match wrestling", the BBC asks in a report on a family event staged by the Seaham Conservative Club. https://t.co/lEZz48jnlQ — Jim Edwards (@Jim_Edwards) May 12, 2022 The event was not advertised as a “death match,” but...
    JERUSALEM (AP) — As Israel and the Palestinians wrangle over the investigation into the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, several independent groups have launched their own probes. One open-source research team said its initial findings lent support to Palestinian witnesses who said she was killed by Israeli fire. The outcome of these investigations could help shape international opinion over who is responsible for Abu Akleh’s death, particularly if an official Israeli military probe drags on. Israel and the Palestinians are locked in a war of narratives that already has put Israel on the defensive. Abu Akleh, a Palestinian-American and a 25-year veteran of the satellite channel, was killed last Wednesday while covering an Israeli military raid in the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. She was a household name across the Arab world, known for documenting the hardship of Palestinian life under Israeli rule, now in its sixth decade. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday said he had spoken to Abu Akleh’s family to express condolences and respect for her work “as well as...
    The difference between your state and my state has become an obsessive U.S. pastime on social media. COVID comparisons, of course, are no exceptions. Tragically, the disparity in death rates is both ripe for discussion and downright chilling. As the United States approaches its 1 millionth COVID death, the Bay Area News Group analyzed COVID-19 death rates among U.S. states and found a startling range, as the chart below shows. Arizona has the highest death rate — more than 1.4 million would have died across the country by now if the entire U.S. had the Grand Canyon State’s death rate. Vermont had the lowest: Only about 318,000 would have died at its rate nationwide. California had the 13th lowest death rate among states: Just over 755,000 would have died across the country at the Golden State’s death rate. How does the Bay Area fit in? Just two states have lower rates. Click here if you are having trouble viewing the graphic on your mobile device.  To read more about how many Americans would still be alive if the country had...
    LIL Keed's brother Lil Gotit shared some heartbreaking messages regarding the late star's death. Lil Gotit made a tribute post on his Instagram to his brother saying he won't stay "in the shadows" and start working harder in his honor. 1The brothers worked on music together as up and coming rappers Gotit also posted Instagram stories saying: "All gas no brakes no more playin. I got you Keed." "Can’t believe I seened u die today bro I did all my cries I know what u want me to do and that’s go hard for Mama Daddy Our Brothers Naychur and Whiteboy," the story read. NayChur is Lil Keed's 3-year-old daughter. His girlfriend, Quana Bandz, alluded to being pregnant with their second child in her tribute to him. After confirming his brother's tragic death, Lil Gotit has chosen to speak out about his final moments with him in a video posted on Instagram by @theneighborhoodtalk. Read more on the SunCRASH TRAGEDY Three-month-old baby killed and six others hurt in horror car crash'PURE EVIL' Suspect, 18, pleads NOT...
    Two years ago, COVID-19 was killing Western Europeans faster than Americans. Even in early 2021, the virus wasn’t taking U.S. lives at the clip it was in the United Kingdom, Italy or Belgium. But that changed last fall.  By November, after the delta variant swept through the country, the United States’ overall death rate shot past its European peers as well as its neighbor to the south, Mexico. This month, as the U.S. marks its millionth COVID-19 death, the country is left pondering how the richest nation on earth has recorded nearly a sixth of the 6.25 million reported deaths from the virus around the world. The answer is regrettable, said Ali H. Mokdad, professor of health metrics at the University of Washington’s Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation. “The main driver of our higher mortality is we did not adhere to mandates on social mobility, wearing masks, and other countries did a much better job,” he said. “And second, we had a lot of deaths after we had vaccines.” Click here if you are having trouble viewing the graphic...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Naomi Judd's recent death is renewing conversations about battles with depression and mental illness, encouraging everyone to talk to someone."This is a very good time to check in with yourself, your family and friends, and evaluate whether you would benefit from speaking with a professional," advises Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D, founder of The Center: A Place of Hope and author. "Naomi's death can be used to remind us all to get the help we need now."Dr. Jantz said to seek help in the form of a trusted friend, colleague or professional. He also advises that depression doesn't go away after treatment. "Depression can reemerge even years after successful treatment, which is why we all need to engage in lifelong maintenance of our mental health, especially now, as pandemic anxiety pushes many to despair," Jantz said.RELATED: Ashley Judd opens up about losing mother to 'disease of mental illness,' urges others to seek helpThe city of Chicago has a guide of places for anyone needing help. Click Here. Mental health disorders are...
    Vice President Kamala Harris will return to the world stage as the face of U.S. diplomacy Monday when she heads to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) following the death of ruler Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. She will be accompanied by an entourage of various senior U.S. representatives on her fourth overseas trip in six months in another effort to take the lead for President Joe Biden in engaging the world. Harris’ group will “offer condolences on behalf of the Biden-Harris Administration and the American people on the passing of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan,” Harris’s press secretary Kirsten Allen confirmed in a statement. “She will meet with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates. In addition to honoring the memory and the legacy of Sheikh Khalifa, the Vice President will underscore the strength of the partnership between our countries and our desire to further deepen our ties in the coming months and years,” Allen added. In November last year Harris went to France to represent Biden and drew attention...
    A mob of Muslim students at a college in northern Nigeria beat a fellow student to death and burned her corpse on campus on Thursday after accusing the woman of “blasphemy” against Islam for allegedly suggesting her peers stop posting religious content on a student-run instant messaging group, the Nigerian online newspaper the Paradise News reported on Friday. “Muslim students at Shehu Shagari College of Education accused a Hausa Christian, Deborah Yakubu, of blasphemy; they beat their colleague to death and burnt the corpse. Ms Yakubu reportedly protested against posting religious messages on the student Whatsapp platform. Her protest angered some Muslim students who mobilized and subsequently killed her,” the Paradise News reported on May 13. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, himself a practicing Muslim, issued a statement confirming Yakubu’s death on May 13 in which he simultaneously seemed to make excuses for her barbaric murder. Buhari referred to the action by Yakubu that allegedly made her a target for her fatal beating on May 12 (namely urging her peers to refrain from posting religious content on an official student-run Whatsapp messaging...
    by Bruce Walker   U.S. drug overdoses increased 15% between December 2020 and December 2021, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics. The two-year jump established new records for overdose deaths over previous years. The Midwestern states took part in the nation’s upward trend. Minnesota, for example, recognized a 26.01% increase. Indiana jumped 21.26%, Wisconsin 13.97%, Iowa 12.41% and Michigan 9.31%. The Associated Press reported the CDCP numbers on Wednesday, noting 107,622 drug overdose deaths occurred throughout the United States in 2021. This roughly translates into one drug overdose nearly every five minutes. Drugs deemed responsible for the overdose deaths include: Heroin. Natural opioid analgesics, including morphine and codeine. Semisynthetic opioids, including drugs such as oxycodone hydrocodone, hydromorphone and oxymorphone. Methadone, a synthetic opioid. Synthetic opioid analgesics other than methadone, including fentanyl and tramadol. Cocaine. Psychostimulants with abuse potential, which includes methamphetamine. The CDC said the “unspecified narcotics” category is often identified as a cause of death identified when the specific substance is unknown. The CDCP also noted some overdoses result...
    (CNN)Saturday's massacre in Buffalo, New York, is the latest high-profile mass shooting in which authorities say the suspect was motivated by hate. The suspected shooter, an 18-year-old White man, shot and killed 10 people and injured three others at a supermarket in a predominantly Black area, authorities said. Eleven of the victims are Black. 10 people killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, police say. The 18-year-old suspect is in custody"We'll be aggressive in our pursuit of anyone who subscribes to the ideals professed by other White supremacists and how there's a feeding frenzy on social media platforms where hate festers more hate," New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said Saturday.Investigators in the case have found evidence indicating "racial animosity," Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn said during a Saturday news conference. The FBI says it is investigating the incident as a hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism. The attack comes amid surging levels of hate crimes across the country. An FBI report published last year found US hate crime reports in...
    SAN MATEO, Calif. (KGO) -- Police in San Mateo are investigating a homicide after a body was found at a bus stop in San Mateo Saturday.Police say a man's body was found at the SamTrans bus stop on El Camino Real at East Hillsdale Boulevard.The investigation shut down the southbound lane of El Camino Real for a time. All lanes have since reopened.Police are calling the death "suspicious." We are currently investigating a suspicious death at a bus stop on S. El Camino at Hillsdale. @SamTrans will be bypassing this stop and the right lane is closed. S/B underpass still accessible. pic.twitter.com/tWjMvHSfaY— San Mateo PD (@SanMateoPD) May 14, 2022SMPD suspicious death deemed a homicide. Investigation commenced. Anonymous tips to (650)522-7676. https://t.co/rFQs6Kt3Xy pic.twitter.com/NAMFe9TrZt— San Mateo PD (@SanMateoPD) May 15, 2022 If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch live
    Some cells infected with Covid seem to 'explode', scientists have discovered, which may help them create radical new treatments to tackle the virus. The reaction, a cell death known as pyroptosis which is linked to inflammation, is thought to occur in roughly eight out of ten patients hospitalised with Covid, and may explain how the virus can cause such serious damage to lungs and other organs. Researchers found that when the immune system tries to expel the virus, it can release dangerous particles into the bloodstream which can trigger inflammation in vulnerable parts of the body. A similar phenomenon called a cytokine storm – when the immune system releases too many infection-fighting proteins called cytokines which then attack healthy tissue – has long been known to cause severe damage in response to Covid infection, often leading to multiple organ failure. Some cells infected with Covid seem to 'explode', scientists have discovered, which may help them create radical new treatments to tackle the virus But the landmark discovery of the impact of pyroptosis on severe Covid could open up the possibility...