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    An American student has revealed her boyfriend cheated on her to have sex with his step-sister in a viral TikTok video. Courtney Copenhagen, who is thought to be studying at Michigan Technological University, took to the social networking platform to share her shocking story. She explained how the step-sister had sent her a video while she was out at a meal with her boyfriend's mother, showing the two step-siblings having intercourse. Shocked to see her boyfriend having sex with his step-sister, she showed his mother the clip - and the parent rushed out of the restaurant, with the step-siblings and mother now no longer speaking to Courtney. Courtney's TikTok - which she posted on New Year's Eve - quickly went viral, and in a follow-up clip, she showed a message she had apparently received from the step-sister following her public revelation of the incident. Outraged at Courtney for using her 'brother's' first name, the step-sister explained that the duo were now getting 's****** on' by their family and friends, who saw the video.  
    Ethan, 15, (center) is charged as an adult with murder, terrorism and aggravated assault for the deadly shooting at Oxford High School on November 30 that killed four students and injured several others.  James, 45, (left) and Jennifer, 43, (right) have each been jailed on $500,000 bond since their arrest on December 4 Ethan Crumbley, the 15-year-old who killed four of his fellow students at Oxford High School in Michigan, was 'intent on violence,' prosecutors revealed Thursday. The most troubling piece of evidence revealed was a drawing of a gun on a math homework sheet with the messages: 'My life is useless,' 'Blood everywhere' and 'The thoughts won't stop, help me.'  It's part of county prosecutors' attempt to paint the parents as neglectful and aware of Ethan's potential for violence. Those files include allegations that Ethan's mother was carrying on an affair while ignoring her son's spiral. School counselors showed Crumbley's parents, Jennifer and James, those messages and drawings just hours before he fatally shot four and injured seven others on November 30.  Their son had allegedly drawn it earlier...
    A pregnant Miami teacher has been arrested for having an affair with a male student.  Teacher Heiry Calvi, 41, was released from jail on Saturday on bond, two days after her arrest, after posting bail. She is accused of having sex with the 15-year-old boy last year and earlier this year, after 'growing close' to him at the John I. Smith K-8 Center in Miami.  She allegedly sent him explicit photos over WhatsApp and he is said to have shown other kids videos of them having sex which prompted a police investigation.  Police say Calvi also gave the boy one of her credit cards and that the pair attended parties together, but told other guests they were aunt and nephew.  It's unclear if Calvi is married, or if she is believed to be carrying the teenage boy's baby.  She revealed her condition to guards as she was booked into jail last week, according to CBS Miami.  Police first became aware of the allegations in March this year. She was seen holding her stomach as she left jail on Saturday. Teacher Heiry Calvi, shown...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she was left with a lumpy pout after getting lip fillers - and her lips turned BLUE when she tried to get it dissolved. TikTok user @KokoBeaute shared a number of shocking videos to her 89,000 followers showing her lip filler journey.  5TikTok user @KokoBeaute was left horrified after getting lumpy lip fillersCredit: TikTok 5After getting her fillers dissolved, her lips turned blueCredit: TikTok In one clip called “And to think I was excited about my lips”, she showed striking before and after clips of the botched lip job.  Looking at her swollen lips, she said: “This looks… horrible. I mean, Jesus Christ.” The TikToker showed in a second video how her lips had developed lumps in them from filler that migrated.  In order to get rid of the lumpy lip job, the woman decided to get the filler dissolved - but it wasn’t pretty. She showed what happened during the procedure and admitted: “The process is as painful as it looks but I did some research so I knew what to expect. “The whole...
    A husband and wife have claimed the secret to their happy marriage was getting divorced and then re-hitched. Chris and Stephanie Teague, both 35, from Nashville, Tennessee, were high school sweethearts when they started their relationship. Things quickly progressed, and the couple got hitched whilst studying at college in 2006. Chris, who worked in the music industry, was busy focusing on his professional career whilst Stephanie studied to be a first grade teacher.  They began to feel the pressures of having what was perceived by others as the perfect relationship, and as time progressed they slowly began to drift apart.  Chris and Stephanie Teague, both 35, from Nashville, Tennessee, have said the secret to their happy marriage -- was getting divorced and then re-hitched. Pictured, at their first wedding The couple were high school sweethearts when they started their relationship. Pictured, at their second wedding In 2010, after months of deceit and heartache, the couple finally filed for divorce and went their separate ways. Pictured, Chris and Stephanie Teague with their children now Throughout their time together, Chris and Stephanie had...
    SOME entrepreneurs may have left the Den empty-handed – but went on to build their rejected ideas into businesses far bigger than the dragons'. Keir Carnie could be the latest after his plastic-free chewing gum just landed a huge supermarket contract. 13Keir Carnie didn't get the cash he was after on Dragons' DenCredit: BBC 13Now his Nuud chewing gum is being sold in hundreds of supermarkets across the UKCredit: Instagram/@nuudgum His plant-based Nuud gum ultimately didn't land the £50,000 investment that he asked the dragons for, with Deborah Meaden fearing that big markets would ruin the company's prospects. Since appearing on the BBC show, Carnie has proved her wrong by bagging a huge deal that will see Nuud sold in 260 Waitrose stores across the UK. But even that megabucks-breakthrough is dwarfed by some of the staggering success stories from ideas that were rejected on Dragons' Den. £1.8billion blunder The biggest missed opportunity in Dragons' Den history didn't even make it to air. In 2008, James Watt and Martin Dickie applied to go on the programme...
    Pablo Carreo showed that he is still in a state of grace and with confidence to prevail in the decisive moments, as he demonstrated in his round of 16 game in Cincinnati. The Asturian qualified to play the quarterfinals of the Western & Southern Open after beating Hubert Hurkacz 7-6 (6), 7-6 (3) in the first meeting between the two. Carreo is already in the quarterfinals and therefore will have the option of reaching the semifinal of an ATP Masters 1000, a situation that had not occurred since the 2020 Rolex Paris Masters, although on that occasion Rafael Nadal truncated his assault on the ‘semis’. The Spaniard’s rival in the next round in Cincinnati will be Medvedev, the top seed of the box, and whom he won at the Olympic Games. Carreo showed for the second game that he does not buckle in moments of tension and saved a set point in the tie-break of the first set, which he ended up winning. The second manga was again much discussed from beginning to end.
    Two women pleaded guilty to hate crimes and theft Monday nearly a year after Trump supporters were violently confronted and had their political gear stolen in Delaware. Police arrested Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy after viral footage showed the defendants tearing a Trump supporter’s sign and grabbing a “Make America Great Again” hat. The two women pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of theft, hate crimes and child endangerment, the Delaware News Journal reported Wednesday. The suspects will be sentenced in September, the outlet reported. Prosecutors said that they will seek a probation sentence without jail time, the outlet reported. Attorneys representing Winslow and Amy said probation is the “appropriate sentence.” Prosecutors dropped charges of assault, attempted assault and conspiracy as part of a plea deal, according to the outlet. (RELATED: Report: Two Women Indicted On Felony Hate Crime Charges After Allegedly Assaulting Trump Supporters)  “Are you destroying my property?” Abbey Wigton, who filmed the incident, said. Seven-year-old Riley Wigton, the victim’s son, can be heard saying, “That’s somebody else’s hat.” The upset child told his mother to call 911. Moments...
    Twelve people died after torrential rains flooded the subway in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, authorities said Wednesday, as shocking images of passengers struggling against neck-high water inside a train carriage emerged on social media. The city 'has experienced a series of rare and heavy rainstorms, causing water to accumulate in Zhengzhou metro', city officials said in a Weibo post, adding 12 people died and five were injured. Local media reported earlier that two people had been killed when a wall collapsed in another district of the city.  According to the Zhengzhou weather authorities, the rainfall was the highest recorded since records began sixty years ago.  Passengers trapped on trains on the flooded Zhengzhou underground network yesterday. Shocking videos showed several trains caught in rising water Videos on social media showed passengers in a flooded underground train carriage in central Zhengzhou clinging to handles as the water surged to shoulder height, with some standing on seats Passengers from one of the stranded trains were led to safety along the trackside as flood torrents gushed past their...
    Screenshot from a video showing tortillas being thrown at a basketball team in Southern California. KGTV via CNN A California high school basketball team was filmed throwing tortillas at their mostly-Latino opponents. Coronado High School was stripped of its regional championship title after last month's incident. The man who provided the tortillas said there was "absolutely no racial intent" behind his actions. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A California high school basketball team has been stripped of its regional title after some of its mostly white players were caught throwing tortillas at a predominately Latino opposing team following a championship game last month. Videos of last month's incident, posted to social media, showed at least two people throwing tortillas at the opposing team's athletes. Some members of the crowd also appeared to join in, CNN reported. —Stella Inger Escobedo (@StellaNews8) June 21, 2021According to CNN, there were already several heated disputes between the two teams throughout the game, which resulted in a 60-57 victory to Coronado.  In a press release published on Wednesday, the California Interscholastic Federation...
    LIVERMORE — A Livermore man has been arrested and charged with three misdemeanors after he allegedly invited two girls to swim in his pool during a recent heatwave, then attempted to film them changing in his bathroom, court records show. Simon Meyer, 52, was charged with two counts of invading privacy by device and one count of annoying or molesting a minor, court records show. The third charge includes registration as a sex offender among the potential penalties. Livermore police alleged in court records that the girls, aged 14 and 15, were changing into swimsuits in Meyer’s bathroom when they noticed the lens of a cellphone camera pointed at them. One of the girls turned off the video recorder, then Airdropped the video to herself as evidence. Police later reviewed the video, which showed Meyer setting up the camera behind some rolls of toilet paper and leaving the bathroom, according to investigators. Before they called police, the girls’ family confronted Meyer, video evidence in hand. Police say Meyer “denied being involved even after they showed him the cellphone footage.” The...
    Three Colorado police officers are no longer employed with the Loveland Police Department after video released appeared to show them laughing at the violent arrest of an elderly woman with dementia last summer. Loveland Police Chief Bob Ticer announced Friday that officer Austin Hop, officer Daria Jalal and community service officer Tyler Blackett are no longer associated with the department after their involvement in the "arrest or booking" of 73-year-old Karen Garner. A video released earlier this week showed officers laughing and praising each other for Garner's arrest during which  the elderly woman was thrown to the ground. The altercation between Garner and police resulted her shoulder  dislocation. In June of 2020, Walmart employees called the police after Garner tried to leave the store without paying for about $14 work of groceries. Garner claimed that she offered to pay when called back inside, but the employees allegedly refused and took the groceries.  She was then stopped on the side of the road picking flowers when the arrest took place.  Ticer did not detail whether the officers were fired or if they each resigned, according to...
    Colorado cops were seen fist-bumping each other and laughing while they watched footage of a dementia patient's violent arrest. Screengrab/YouTube Colorado police arrested an elderly woman with dementia in 2020 accused of taking $14 of items. Her shoulder was dislocated and her arm was fractured during the arrest, her lawyer said. Loveland Police Chief Bob Ticer said three officers involved are no longer with the department. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Three Colorado police officers are no longer employed after footage surfaced of them laughing and fist-pumping while rewatching bodycam footage of them arresting a 73-year-old woman with dementia. Loveland Police Chief Robert Ticer held a press conference on Friday to announce that the following three officers are no longer with the Loveland Police Department: Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook Daria Jalali Austin Hopp Tyler Blackett Ticer did not specify whether the officers resigned or were fired, 9News in Denver reported. Officers Hopp and Jalali arrested Karen Garner on June 26, 2020 outside a local Walmart. Garner's attorney, Sarah Schielke,...
    People gather for a peaceful demonstration, Thursday, April 22, 2021, in Elizabeth City, N.C., protesting the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr., 42, by a deputy sheriff trying to serve a search warrant. AP Photo/Gerry Broome Lawyers for the family of Andrew Brown Jr., who was fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy in North Carolina last week, say law enforcement officers only showed them 20 seconds of body camera footage from the incident. The group of lawyers, which include civil rights attorney Ben Crump, held a press conference in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, on Monday after viewing the footage from the Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office. Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook "We don't feel that we got transparency," Crump said at the press conference. "We only saw a snippet of the video." Viewing of the footage was delayed on Monday after officials said they were blurring faces to to "protect an active internal investigation" into the shooting. Brown was fatally shot by a Pasquotank County Sheriff's deputy who was attempting to arrest Brown on felony drug charges...
    A WOMAN has transformed her dull kitchen to look incredible using £1.50 Primark strip lights. Instead of forking out for a pricey lighting system, the savvy shopper decided to install her own. 4A woman has shown how she transformed her kitchen using £1.50 strip lights from PrimarkCredit: Facebook Taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, she showed off pictures of her kitchen, with the lights installed under her cupboards. She wrote: “£1.50 strip lights from primark, battery operated.  “I used mine in the kitchen and behind my tv, I love them!” Her post has clearly impressed homeowners, and has racked up hundreds of likes from people keen to copy. 4The lights are battery powered and look professionalCredit: Facebook 4She showed off pictures of her kitchen, with the lights installed under her cupboardsCredit: Facebook 4Her post has clearly impressed homeowners, and has racked up hundreds of likesCredit: Facebook One person said: “Need to get some of these.” Another added: “ I’ve been looking for stuff like this! I’ll be getting a few boxes then x” And a third...
    The former police chief of the University of Utah and an officer who showed explicit photos of Lauren McCluskey to his colleagues are demanding $10million from the college because they say they were mistreated during the fallout of the case.  Ex-University of Utah Police Chief Dale Brophy received a full year's salary and a $6,000 party when he retired in 2019, almost a year after McCluskey was killed.  Authorities said McCluskey, a 21-year-old track star from Pullman, Washington, was fatally shot by Melvin Rowland, 37, on October 22, 2018.  Brophy, along with Miguel Deras, a former university officer who reportedly showed at least three of his male co-workers explicit images of McCluskey without a work-related reason, filed a legal notice on Tuesday, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.   Deras resigned from his position before an investigation into his conduct was launched.   Three other former officers, Rick McLenon, who served as acting chief until his resignation in June 2020, Mario Sellick and Aaron Nelson, are also a part of the lawsuit that seeks $10million from the university.  Ex-university of...
    Protesters reportedly set fire to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in Portland on Saturday night before cops swept in to disperse the crowds.  Photos and videos posted on social media showed flames engulfing a barrier protecting the ICE building in Portland's South Waterfront district, which has been a frequent target of demonstrations over the past year.  The protesters also appeared to create a makeshift bonfire in front of the building by setting fire to a pile of wooden pallets.  Dozens of protesters were pictured at the demonstration before federal officers clad in riot gear arrived to break it up.  Protesters reportedly set fire to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in Portland on Saturday night before cops swept in to disperse the crowds Images posted on social media showed flames engulfing a wooden barrier protecting the ICE building in Portland's South Waterfront district, near a small bonfire Photojournalist Chris Landis chronicled the demonstration on Twitter and said tensions were running high between protesters and police.  As they have with many previous protests, the officers reportedly...
    Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz reportedly showed other lawmakers, including while on the House floor, photos and videos of nude women and talked about having sex with them, according to CNN. The report cites multiple anonymous sources, including two people who claim to have been shown the photos directly. The sources alleged that Gaetz talked about having sex with the women whose photos he displayed on his phone. One source claimed that a video showed a naked woman with a hula-hoop. One of the sources said “it was a point of pride” for the representative, CNN reported. (RELATED: Wednesday Morning Dispatch: The Latest On The Matt Gaetz Sex Trafficking Accusations) Gaetz said Tuesday he is the subject of a federal sex trafficking investigation that reportedly involves a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. The congressman denied any allegation of wrongdoing and said he is a victim of a $25 million extortion plot. There is no evidence to suggest the photos are connected to the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) investigation into the sex trafficking allegations, CNN reported. The allegations against me...
    YOU have heard about a manager slaughtering their players after a bad performance - metaphorically, at least. But one tech-savvy boss has taken to killing his squad virtually too in a bid to combat the limits the pandemic has imposed on team-bonding. 3Hereford manager Josh Gowling, left, is open to using computer games to bond with his National League North squadCredit: Instagram @hereford_fc 3Former Gillingham and Kidderminster defender Josh Gowling is shooting for the top as a manager, including going to war with his Hereford players... online Hereford chief Josh Gowling, 37, is one of the new generation of gaffers who grew up playing computer games. Lockdown has prevented the former Bournemouth defender from using traditional methods to bring his players closer together. So instead he has capitalised on his troops’ love of Call of Duty by setting up staff v squad ‘warzone’ sessions to boost morale. Gowling told SunSport: “Team bonding is a massive thing for a football club and not...
    THREE men have been charged with assaulting a group of girls during a “savage” attack at Sydney’s Mardi Gras festival. They are accused of repeatedly hitting and kicking two of the girls and throwing one of them over a ledge at the LGBT event. 4One of the girls being dragged before being thrown over a ledgeCredit: Instagram 4Video shows a girl being kicked on the groundCredit: Instagram The three men aged 29, 23 and 21 were arrested with the help of riot cops after they tried to flee the scene. They were branded "cowards forever" by New South Wales police commissioner Mick Fullers. The horrifying incident came as Mardi Gras celebrations wound down following a Covid-safe parade at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Officers were called to Pirrma Park in Pyrmont, in the city's inner suburbs, at around 9.40pm on Saturday after a horrified witness raised the alarm, news.com.au reports. Shocking footage posted to Instagram and appears to show one of the girls trying to hit one of the men before a brawl erupts. A man in while t-shirt then punches...
    Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine administered to first patients in Ohio Pele gets COVID-19 vaccine in Brazil: ‘Today is an unforgettable day’ TOKYO (Reuters) - An overwhelming majority of Japanese said they were "interested in the Olympics", although 58% said they did not want them to be held because of fears over COVID-19, a Yomiuri daily poll showed on Wednesday. © Reuters/KIM KYUNG-HOON FILE PHOTO: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tokyo In the survey, conducted between Jan. 18 and Feb. 25, when much of the country remained in a coronavirus state of emergency, 30% of the respondents said they were "very interested" in the Summer Games and 40% said they were "somewhat interested", for a combined 70%. But concerns over the impact on coronavirus infections kept most opposed to holding the event this year, although the 58% in opposition is about 20 percentage points lower than earlier opinion polls. If the Games were to go ahead as scheduled, 91% of respondents said spectators should be kept to a minimum or not allowed at all, the Yomiuri poll showed. The...
    JASON Collier, the married Texas police chief who was busted for having two girlfriends, showed one of his mistresses a fake annulment document to convince her he wasn't married. The love rat cop resigned from his position at the Stinnett Police Department after his affairs came to light and he was arrested for tampering with a government document. 5Texas police chief Jason Collier was outed on social media for having multiple girlfriends and lying about being married 5Cecily Steinmetz exposed Collier's affairs in a Facebook postCredit: Facebook He was booked for "tampering with a governmental record/with the intent to defraud," which is a felony, the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed in a statement. Collier, 41, texted the bogus document to one of his girlfriend's, Cecily Steinmetz, 39, who outed the cop on Facebook earlier this week for leading a "double/triple life." "He lied to me and presented me with fake annulment documents when I found out he was married," Steinmetz wrote. "I also found out about a 2nd girlfriend, Kristi, last night. He has lied to us, our...
    More from: Steve Cuozzo The sky is the limit for new Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station Howard Rubenstein, publicist and power broker to NYC elite, dead at 88 Vaccines for office workers are struggling landlords best shot Signs of NYC’s 2021 comeback are everywhere you look Manhattans office leasing taking a dive New York Times “Hungry City” columnist Ligaya Mishan this week filed a soulful, sweet-and-sad ode to the lost experience of restaurant-going. Too bad her own paper has been a cheerleader for the irrational, unscientific policies that brought about the monumental loss. Headlined “Before They Closed, Restaurants Opened Doors for Us,” Mishan’s piece eloquently evokes her culinary and cultural odyssey, from her Honolulu childhood to New York City’s every edible treasure — from Michelin-starred Jean-Georges to a bare-bones Nigerian spot in the Morrisania neighborhood in The Bronx. “For now, that life is gone,” she writes dolefully of the city’s indoor-dining ban. I mourn with her. But who is to blame? Gov. Cuomo ordered the indoor-dining shutdown on Dec. 11, just six weeks after he belatedly allowed them...
    KIM Kardashian, Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, and a lot more stars are ready to kick off 2021 on the right note as they showed off their butts. Plenty of notable faces have had no issue at all sharing some skin lately. 11Kim Kardashian shows off her rear while promoting her new SKIMS body suit The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star took to Instagram and turned heads with her tight bodysuit as she promoted her line. Kim, 40, wrote: "COMING JAN 5: @SKIMS Body Basics - the reset we all need for the new year. Sleek and form-fitting foundations made to smooth and layer are dropping in 7 styles, 5 colors, and in sizes." People were all about the post as they took to the comments section to praise the mother of four. One wrote: "Gorgeous! Love it!" while another added: "you're stunning." 11Bella Thorne, and Only Fans star, also showed off her butt Credit: Instagram 11The actress put her bum on display alongside Idris DykesCredit: Instagram The reality star is definitely not the only one putting her butt on...
    A 17-year-old stabbed his two younger sisters to death to exact revenge on his mother because she showed them more affection, according to authorities in Mexico.  Braulio Ramírez was arrested Wednesday for the brutal killing of Diana, 7,  and Guilleri, 12, in Tecámac, a municipality in State of Mexico. Ramírez, who lived with his father, had visited the home of his mother, Erika, 38, to watch over the girls when she went to work on Sunday. But when she returned home, Erika discovered her daughters unconscious on the floor. She confronted her son, who allegedly stabbed her and hit her on the head with a gun.  Mexican authorities escort a handcuffed Braulio Ramírez. The 17-year-old allegedly admitted to stabbing dead his sisters Diana, 7, and Guilleri, 12, because their mother displayed more affection towards them Erika Ramírez lays on a stretcher inside an ambulance after she was attacked by her son Braulio Ramírez on Sunday after he was confronted for killing his two sisters  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Georgia man, 47, is charged with triple murder...
    New mom Gigi Hadid put up her Christmas decorations a little early this year and gave her 60 million Instagram followers an inside look. Gigi Hadid/Instagram/Kay-Paris Fernandes/Getty Images Gigi Hadid shared her Christmas decor in an Instagram post on Sunday. Hadid's holiday decorations include a mailbox for Santa, an unconventional Christmas tree topper, and some quirky tree ornaments. Some of the decorations are available on Target for under $40. In the same post, the supermodel and new mom shared photos of herself holding her baby girl in a green field. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. While some celebrities might go over the top with holiday decorations, others enjoy a good bargain as much as the rest of us — like Gigi Hadid and her apparent love of Target trinkets and other affordable Christmas decor. On Sunday, Hadid shared an Instagram carousel showing off her Christmas decorations alongside new photos of herself holding her baby daughter in a lush, green field. The supermodel explained in the caption that she put up her holiday decor earlier this year...
    A Florida poll supervisor had his hands full getting supporters of President Donald Trump to obey distance rules as they waited for Trump to cast his own ballot at an early voting site in West Palm Beach, Florida. On Saturday morning, a crowd of spottily-masked Trump supporters — many of whom also showed support for conspiracy theorist and congressional candidate Lara Loomer — gathered to watch Trump’s arrival at the site, but were far too close for the state’s 150-foot rule. A man who identified himself as the site’s supervisor emerged to move them back to the proper distance, which was clearly delineated with orange traffic cones. “I love to see you all here supporting the president, or whatever you [inaudible], but please,” the man said. But his rest was short-lived, as he had to bring out a tape measure to enforce the rules, and spent a good ten minutes cheerfully pleading with them to obey the rules. As he went back into the polling site, the supervisor also repeatedly warned the gathered supporters “You have to stay away...
    St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters plead not guilty Beyond Amazon Prime Day: 4 ways e-commerce has shaken up the retail industry over the past 5 years The Brooklyn Nets showed off their new City Edition jerseys and NBA fans loved them The Brooklyn Nets have had one of the best jerseys in the NBA for the last few years, and that’s before you even get into their special edition jerseys. © Provided by For The Win Their team colors are just perfect. The jerseys so simple and minimal. It’s just such a clean look. Next season, they’re swinging in a different direction. At least with their City Edition jerseys. Instead of going with the traditional black, white or grey jersey and adding some Coogi print — word to the Notorious B.I.G — they’re bringing their old New Jersey vibes back with a retro’d version of their old tie-dye digs back from the Dražen Petrović days of the early 90’s. Yup. You guessed it. They look sweet. They dropped this cool video to announce the change. ...
    Dan Froomkin October 1, 2020 11:00AM (UTC) This article was co-produced with Press Watch, a new website that monitors and critiques American political coverage. Please consider supporting Press Watch by making a donation. The one good thing about Tuesday night's presidential debate is that, as thriller writer Richard North Patterson noted for the Bulwark, Trump's "nakedly unshackled sociopathy virtually obliterated conventional political analysis." You could see it happen in real time. Almost all the major news organizations I was watching started the evening with lame, both-sides headlines ("Sharp Personal Attacks and Name Calling in First Presidential Debate," at the New York Times, for instance.) But after a few hours, the tone changed in most places. : Finally, Trump had gone too far for even timid, risk-averse editors to cover for him anymore, and the headlines began to reflect the dismal, one-sided reality of what had just happened. For the Washington Post, that meant: "Trump incessantly interrupts and insults Biden as they spar in acrimonious first debate." For the New York Times, that meant: "With Cross Talk, Lies and Mockery, Trump Tramples Decorum in Debate With Biden." And,...
    US President Donald Trump (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin speak to the media during a joint press conference after their summit on July 16, 2018 in Helsinki, Finland. Chris McGrath/Getty Images President Donald Trump’s 2018 summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki was “soul crushing” for the special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, according to a new book by Andrew Weissmann, who worked in Mueller’s office. Following their bilateral summit, Trump publicly sided with Putin over the US intelligence community and said he didn’t see any reason why Russia would have interfered in the 2016 election.  The summit came days after Mueller’s office indicted 12 Russian military intelligence officers for orchestrating a “hack-and-dump” operation to meddle in the 2016 race and hurt Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Weissmann wrote that after Trump sided with Putin, Mueller voiced his suspicion that if “the president was in the tank with Putin, ‘It would be about money.'” Trump walked his comments back amid widespread outrage, but Weissmann wrote that it was clear to...
    After giving up a 28-3 lead, the Buffalo Bills showed why some people still don’t believe in them. The Buffalo Bills should have been cruising to victory when they took a 28-3 lead against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon. The meeting between two undefeated teams was a highly anticipated matchup. But Josh Allen and the Bills owned the first half of the game, taking a 7-0 lead in the first quarter with a touchdown from TE Lee Smith and extending that to a 21-3 lead by halftime, with a rushing touchdown from Allen and a receiving touchdown from TE Tyler Kroft. WR Stefon Diggs, who joined the team this offseason from the Minnesota Vikings, extended the lead to 28-3 at the start of the second half. Everything was going right for the Bills. Until everything fell apart.How did things fall apart for the Buffalo Bills?The Rams were able to score 29 unanswered points in the second half. After Josh Allen threw his third touchdown of the day, Jared Goff answered by driving the Rams down the field...
    Amanda Kloots and her son Elvis have moved into the house that she and her late husband Nick Cordero bought before his death. The 38-year-old fitness instructor took to Instagram today to share a photo that she, Nick, and Elvis posed for the day they got the keys to the house several months ago, before they started on renovations. She wrote that while she thought she'd be 'terrified' to finally move in after Nick's death from COVID-19 complications at age 41, she is finding the fact that they purchased the home together 'comforting.' Moving day: Amanda Kloots and her son Elvis have moved into the house that she and her late husband Nick Cordero bought before his death Surprise: The 38-year-old wrote that she thought she'd be 'terrified' to move in after Nick's death, but she is finding the fact that they purchased the home together 'comforting' 'I love you. He is there with you. And we will help you make that house your home,' wrote Zach Braff, who was close friends with Nick 'This is us,...
    A University of Utah police officer showed off explicit photos of slain student Lauren McCluskey at least four times, including on the night of her death at the murder scene on campus, an investigation shows. McCluskey, 21, was shot several times by her ex-boyfriend Melvin Rowland, 37, on October 22, 2018, outside her dorm room in Salt Lake City. He later died by suicide.  Rowland was a registered sex offender who lied to her about his name and age and she reported to police saying he was extorting her for money using her explicit photos.   In May the Salt Lake Tribune revealed McCluskey reported the case to Officer Miguel Deras and provided her intimate photos as evidence, and Deras inappropriately showed off those images to his peers.  On Wednesday Utah’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) released findings in their investigation into police misconduct in the case and found that Deras showed her photos to at least three of his male co-workers without a work-related reason.   One staffers said Deras commented about getting to 'look at them whenever he wants', according...
    Several curvier TikTok users have accused the app of deleting videos of them in swimsuits and crop tops.  Mikayla Zazon, Denise Mercedes, and Nikki Garza all told the New York Post that they have had multiple videos flagged and then removed by TikTok, with the app claiming that they violated community guidelines. But they all say that they did nothing to break the rules and charge that what TikTok found objectionable was their size — with Mikayla even claiming that one of her deleted videos portrayed her simply eating a cookie in a crop top. Rude! Several curvier TikTok users have accused the app of deleting videos of them in swimsuits and crop tops Her story: Mikayla Zazon, 24, has more than 721,000 followers on the controversial social media app, which she has amassed only since joining earlier this year That's not positive! She posts lots of body positive content, but noticed early on that TikTok was flagging videos of her in bathing suits and sports bras and removing them Mikayla Zazon, 24, has more than 721,000 followers on the controversial social...
    SUPERMODEL Alessandra Ambrosio proves ball skills are in the blood — if you happen to be Brazilian. The ex-Victoria’s Secret Angel, 39, showed she could probably hold her own in her nation’s champion volleyball or footie teams. 5Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio proves ball skills are in the bloodCredit: BackGrid 5The ex-Victoria’s Secret Angel showed she could probably hold her own in her nation’s champion volleyball or footie teamsCredit: BackGrid But after a session demonstrating her ball control in Malibu, Los Angeles, the mum of two decided to throw in the stripey towel. Alesandra showed off her model figure as she struck a series of poses in a tiny blue bikini during a golden hour photo shoot. The Brazillian beauty clearly has her nation’s passion for playing around on the beach. The star has been delighting fans with a range of sexy bikini snaps from her home in Santa Monica, California during lockdown. 5Alessandra struck a series of poses in a tiny blue bikini during a golden hour photo shootCredit: BackGrid The Gal Floripa entrepreneur, shares two children, Noah eight and...
    Apple introduced iOS 14 two days ago and one of the main innovations is the arrival of widgets on the iPhone’s home screen. Widgets have been on iOS for years, however they were restricted to a system area located on a special screen to the left of the interface. However with iOS 14 they leave there and improve a lot, Apple has put in the hands of developers new tools so they can create amazing widgets for your applications. However, many Android users have claimed that iOS was copying Android with its new widgets, and it is true that they look alike, but the widgets have been around Apple much longer. In case you did not know, Steve Jobs introduced no less than 15 years ago the Dashboard on Mac, a place where we could have various widgetsYou could even download widgets developed by third parties. This happened 3 years before Android was invited, so who really copied whom? I know there’s a lot of “Apple copied Android Widgets” comments running around but Apple widgets actually date back to dashboard...
    BUCKHANNON, W.Va. (AP) — Two men who believe they were switched at birth nearly 80 years ago are suing a Roman Catholic diocese in West Virginia, alleging negligence and breach of duty by the hospital where they were born. John William Carr III and Jackie Lee Spencer were born on Aug. 29, 1942, at St. Joseph Hospital in Buckhannon. The lawsuit against the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston says hospital staffers sent them home with the wrong families, The Dominion Post reported Monday. The switch was discovered last year when DNA tests showed Carr and Spencer had no genetic matches with the families that raised them but did match the other’s family, the men say in their lawsuit. Carr, Spencer and their families have suffered a “lifetime of consequences” from the switch and are seeking unspecified damages, they say in the lawsuit. The diocese does not comment on pending litigation, spokesperson Tim Bishop said. Spencer spent more than 50 years searching for the man listed on his birth certificate as his father, he says in the lawsuit. He had been told the...
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Prosecutors say 2 Buffalo police officers charged with assault after video showed them shoving protester.
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Prosecutors say 2 Buffalo police officers charged with assault after video showed them shoving protester. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
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