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NYPD East Village shooting – two men killed in police-involved shooting

NYPD East Village shooting – two men killed in police-involved shooting. Two men have been fatally shot in a police-involved shooting that occurred in the East Village early Thursday morning, police confirm. Two uniformed officers that were patrolling inside of Tompkins Square Park heard gunshots ringing outside of the park around 3:30 a.m., Chief of Department Terence Monahan said during ... Read More »

Jillian Michaels Lizzo, no business speculating what diseases

Jillian Michaels Lizzo, no business speculating what diseases. Unless Jillian Michaels is holding a chart of Lizzo’s bloodwork, she has no business speculating what diseases the pop singer is at risk of developing. “Why are we celebrating her body?” Michaels asked Alex Berg, host of “AM to DM,” a BuzzFeed News morning show. “Why does it matter? Why aren’t we ... Read More »

Harry Meghan announcement, couple says they will no longer participate

Harry Meghan announcement, couple says they will no longer participate. The announcement by Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, that they would step back from their role as senior royals was light on specifics, with the exception of one area: their so-far fraught relationship with the media. After months of negative press coverage and a lawsuit against a ... Read More »

Iran Ukrainian plane crash, What we know so far

Iran Ukrainian plane crash, What we know so far. Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 crashed shortly after taking off from the Iranian capital Tehran on Wednesday, killing all 176 passengers and crew members on board. The reason for the crash, involving one of the international airline industry’s most widely used aircraft models, is still under investigation. Iranian authorities have blamed ... Read More »

Pharmacy robber sick child, ‘Give me all the money’

Pharmacy robber sick child, 'Give me all the money'

Pharmacy robber sick child, ‘Give me all the money’. Philadelphia police say a man walked into a pharmacy last week and handed the cashier a note demanding “all the money” in the register because he had a sick child at home. The case marks the second time in past six months that a suspect cited an ill child in an ... Read More »

Sunrise devil horns, incredible shot of sunrise that appears (Photo)

Sunrise devil horns, incredible shot of sunrise that appears (Photo)

Sunrise devil horns, incredible shot of sunrise that appears (Photo). A photographer in the Persian Gulf has managed to capture an incredible shot of sunrise that appears to look like two gigantic devil horns emerging from the horizon during a rare solar eclipse. The photographer shared a series of pictures in which the sun appears in different shapes before taking ... Read More »

Slovenia Trump statue Destroyed in Fire

Slovenia Trump statue Destroyed in Fire

Slovenia Trump statue Destroyed in Fire. The statue of the US president was almost 26ft tall, and depicted the politician with his hand raised in the air, his trademark hairstyle, blue suit, white shirt and a long red tie. When triggered, a mechanism inside the statue opened a red-painted mouth and shark-like teeth used to appear. Slovenian police say they ... Read More »

Longwood High School monkeys, Students Sue Over Racially-Insensitive

Longwood High School monkeys, Students Sue Over Racially-Insensitive

Longwood High School monkeys, Students Sue Over Racially-Insensitive. Four Long Island high school students have filed a $12 million lawsuit, accusing their advanced zoology teacher of comparing them to monkeys in a classroom slideshow. The young men, who are African-American, say while at the Bronx Zoo their teacher, who is white, took a photo of them lined up touching each ... Read More »

Baghdad Green Zone rocket attack, causing no casualties

Baghdad Green Zone rocket attack, causing no casualties

Baghdad Green Zone rocket attack, causing no casualties. During the U.S. engagement in Iraq, rocket attacks on bases were so common they garnered little public attention. But Wednesday afternoon Eastern time, the Iraqi government claimed two rockets hit Baghdad’s Green Zone, causing no casualties. The big difference this time is that the attack follows Iran’s ballistic missile strike of two ... Read More »