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Colorado State's Henry Blackburn receiving death threats after 'dirty' hit on Colorado's Travis Hunter: report

After a questionable hit on Colorado star Travis Hunter, Colorado State senior safety Henry Blackburn has reportedly received death threats that police are investigating.
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Netflix Taken Down by Hackers Over LGBTQ+ Content
Anonymous Sudan claimed responsibility for the outages which occurred in multiple countries around the world.
‘Love Is Blind’: Taylor reacts to JP’s criticism over her ‘fake’ makeup: ‘I felt broken’
“It was super off putting because I wasn’t expecting that at all,” the reality star admitted to Page Six while reflecting on her relationship with her now-ex.
‘Love Is Blind’ Season 5 Is Already Going Off the Rails
NetflixWarning: This post contains spoilers for Love Is Blind Season 5, Episodes 5-7.Love Is Blind’s most confusing love triangle has ended in a break-up.Season 5’s Uche and Aaliyah seemed to gravitate toward one another immediately during the first four episodes of the dating series, which debuted last Friday on Netflix. But then, he made a shocking revelation: He’d dated another one of the women before, and she happened to be Aaliyah’s best friend on the show, Lydia. This week, as viewers find out, the confusing and emotional fallout was too much for the couple to withstand. In Episode 5, which debuted Friday along with episodes 6 and 7, Uche and Aaliyah seemed to say goodbye for good.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Fiscalía de Costa Rica investiga si gobierno se sentó a negociar con narcos para bajar homicidios
El Ministerio Público de Costa Rica anunció el jueves la apertura de una investigación ante los señalamientos hacia el gobierno por presuntos intentos de negociar con grupos narcotraficantes para lograr una reducción de los homicidios en el país.
Social Security Recipients 'Losing Everything' Due to Overpayment Demands
Some Social Security recipients have been asked to pay back tens of thousands of dollars after the government agency accidentally overpaid them.
Kate Middleton's Biggest Moments Since Becoming Princess of Wales
Kate Middleton was made Catherine, Princess of Wales, in the days after Queen Elizabeth II died.
European Elections Open Window of Opportunity for Putin
Developments in Central Europe may offer hope to Vladimir Putin, with Russia bogged down in Ukraine and isolated on the world stage.
‘Lessons in Chemistry’ Review: Brie Larson and Lewis Pullman are Stunning in Apple TV+s’ Addictive Adaptation of the Bestselling Novel
It's the best limited series about an idiosyncratic female genius battling sexism in the 1950s since The Queen's Gambit.
Lions derrotan a Packers para tomar la cima divisional
El jueves, con otro equipo de la División Norte de la Conferencia Nacional, aprovechó su nueva realidad
Julio Rodríguez considera que Héctor Neris se sobrepasó durante encuentro
Julio Rodríguez considera que el festejo de su compatriota dominicano Héctor Neris rebasó los límites el miércoles, cuando se desató un altercado entre los Marineros de Seattle y los Astros de Houston.
Delaware state trooper indicted for ‘violent rampage’ against pair of teens over doorbell prank
The trooper's "hard to watch" actions have left the state's chief law enforcement officer shocked.
Mets’ Brandon Nimmo exits with shoulder injury, season likely over
Mets' Brandon Nimmo was removed from Thursday's suspended game before the fifth inning with an issue with his AC joint in his right shoulder.
Matt LaFleur has blunt assessment of Packers’ disastrous loss to Lions: ‘We got our ass kicked’
The Packers dropped to 2-2 on Thursday night after a 34-20 loss to the Lions, and Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur didn't pull punches.
Exclusive: Philippine defense secretary vows to stand up to 'bully' China
China is behaving like a schoolyard bully toward smaller countries, the Philippines defense secretary told CNN Friday during an exclusive interview in which he said his nation had to stand up to Beijing's territorial expansion in the South China Sea.
Tensions are flaring once more in the South China Sea. Here's why it matters for the world
Maritime disputes across the vast South China Sea have ratcheted up in recent years as an increasingly assertive China militarizes disputed islands and confronts its regional rivals over their competing claims in the strategically important and resource-rich waterway.
Footage shows moment of explosion at warehouse in Tashkent
At least one person was killed and dozens were injured in a huge warehouse explosion in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent. Video captured the moment of the blast.
Why it matters who owns the seas (April 2021)
CNN's Will Ripley explains the geopolitical complexities behind ownership of the South China Sea
Cuban scientists study impacts of climate change and pollution
24 Cuban scientists circumnavigated the island to conduct a comprehensive study on climate change's impact on the island nation. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports on their findings.
High school football scores: Week 6
CIF Southern Section and City Section high school football scores from the Week 6 slate of games.
Weapons at the Center of the War in Ukraine Are Inspiring India to Upgrade Its Artillery
India wants to obtain another 400 self-propelled, long-range guns after observing their effectiveness in shaping battle outcomes in Ukraine.
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Undefeated Carson opens its new stadium with a victory over Narbonne
After waiting years for a real home game, Carson opened its new stadium with a 27-7 victory over Narbonne in Marine League play Thursday night.
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Peter Laviolette shaking up previously untouched Rangers defensive pairings
Rangers coach Peter Laviolette admitted he was inclined to try something new with the defense at the start of training camp.
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Switzerland's glaciers lose 'mind-blowing' volume of ice in just two years
Glaciers in Switzerland are shrinking at a "mind-blowing" rate. 10% of their ice volume has disappeared in just two years as a low snowfall and soaring temperatures caused unprecedented melting.
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16-year-old boy arrested after famous British tree deliberately cut down
A famous tree that has stood sentinel on Britain's Roman-built Hadrian's Wall for more than 200 years has been "deliberately felled" in what authorities have called an "act of vandalism." Police said they have arrested a 16-year-old boy.
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Seattle cop who laughed about death of grad student struck by police cruiser taken off patrol
"Yeah, just write a check," Auderer said on the phone, while laughing. "$11,000. She was 26 anyway. She had limited value."
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Robert Garrett leads a resurgent Crenshaw to victory over King/Drew
After the COVID-19 pandemic nearly wiped out the Crenshaw football program, the Cougars are making a comeback under longtime coach Robert Garrett.
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Country star Lee Greenwood doubts AI will 'take over human input'
Lee Greenwood believes artificial intelligence is incapable of replacing the human ability to be creative when it comes to producing new music and art.
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Netanyahu warns of potential 'eruption of AI-driven wars' that could lead to 'unimaginable' consequences
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned world leaders must act to ensure artificial intelligence is used to make the world prosperous, not for AI-driven wars.
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Chatbots can now talk, but experts warn they may be listening too
OpenAI's ChatGPT platform has gained capabilities similar to Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri, with an update Monday allowing the popular application to use spoken words.
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Shutdown showdown has media painting Republicans as an uncaring pack of lowlifes
"News" is more accurately described as a political advertisement. Take the latest impending government shutdown.
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House narrowly passes three spending bills with days to go before government shutdown
The State Department and foreign operations legislation passed in a 216-212 vote, with Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa) voting against the bill – the only Republicans to do so. 
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California city buys historic gun store for $6M so another one won’t pop up near elementary school
“Ending gun sales in our school zones will have an impact on our children and families that will be felt for generations.”
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Eddy Reynoso desestima a Dana White: El boxeo supera a las artes marciales mixtas
El entrenador de Canelo Álvarez, Eddy Reynoso, dijo que el pelear en una fecha más allá del 16 de septiembre es buen motivo para seguir celebrando.
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Trade between Russia and China is booming so much that shipping containers are 'piling up'
Shipping containers from China are "piling up" in Russia amid a surge of Chinese goods flowing into the country as trade soars, a new analysis has found.
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Mets-Marlins series finale suspended after three-hour delay amid Marlins’ playoff push
The series that wouldn’t start has become the series that won’t end. A three-game set that has meant virtually nothing for the Mets and virtually everything for the Marlins could require one, final day of baseball after one long, unfinished night of baseball. Thursday’s series finale was suspended with four outs to go because weather...
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Who could lead the United Nations next? This Caribbean climate leader makes diplomats 'jump' with excitement
Asked last week if she will run to become the United Nations' next Secretary General, Prime Minister Mia Mottley of Barbados gave a thumbs up, smiled, and walked away. Unofficially, however, UN insiders say she's a likely front-runner.
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Georgia man sentenced to prison for assaulting officer, hotel guests while naked, high on drugs
A Georgia man was sentenced for assaulting a police officer and hotel guests while he ran around naked and high on drugs. The incident happened in December 2022.
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US condemns Vietnam's jailing of prominent climate activist on tax charges
The US State Department has condemned the jailing of one of Vietnam's most prominent environmental activists for tax fraud in a ruling human rights activists claimed was a "total sham."
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The Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Obsession Is Out of Control
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyThis is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by editor Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.I am devastated to report that I now know who Travis Kelce is. I guess Taylor Swift really did put him on the map. (Straight women, you’ve never been funnier than in those TikToks where you tell your husbands and boyfriends how great it is that Swift gave Kelce this boost, since no one had heard of him before—I’ve never seen blood pressure spike so quickly.)Typically, it’s not a good thing when ol’ Kevin Fallon is aware of a football player’s existence. It means they committed a crime, were anti-vax, are one of the New York Giants that I overhear my family cursing about on Sundays, or got really drunk once on Bravo. (OK, I actually appreciated that.) That, or they’re Tom Brady, which…gross.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Why Americans Got an Extra Social Security Check Today
A quirk in the payment schedule will lead to checks coming earlier than usual.
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Eric Swalwell Says Kevin McCarthy’s MAGA Team Is a Bunch of Creeps
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Getty/ReutersListen to this full episode of The New Abnormal on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon and Stitcher.Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert’s proposed amendment on Wednesday to reduce the salary of Shawn Skelly, the transgender Assistant Secretary of Defense for Readiness, to just $1, is proof that attacks on trans people are becoming more normalized.That’s according to Congressman Eric Swalwell out of California’s 14th Congressional District, who joins The New Abnormal this week for a frank discussion on the state of the Republican Party. A member of one of the most viral clip-generating committees in recent years, the House Judiciary Committee, Swalwell says attacks like Boebert’s are just the latest examples of Republicans’ “cruel” and “creepy” assaults on everyday Americans.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Mass Hypnosis and a French Château: Inside Rapist’s Shock Arrest in Florida
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/St. Lucie County Sheriff's OfficeThe Château de Valloubière in southwestern France offers sumptuous guest rooms, magnificent food, and fine Languedoc wines from grapes grown on the estate’s verdant grounds. The 25-acre vineyard is located in Saint-Jean-de-Fos, an ancient potters’ village known for its ceramics and one of the oldest existing Romanesque bridges in the republic.But for all its charms, the magnificent property also served as a hunting ground for 77-year-old proprietor Gilbert Greaux, a supposedly impotent helicopter-pilot-turned-vintner and new-age healer who was convicted in 2018 of sexually assaulting 17 female guests after performing what he claimed were “collective hypnosis” ceremonies on visitors already plied with copious amounts of the chateau’s flagship product, followed by an “energy session” or “magnetism massage.”Once in the treatment room, Greaux told his victims he would help “open up their chakras,” instead assaulting them under the guise of legitimate therapeutic treatment, according to French prosecutors. Many say they were under the spell of Greaux’s “hypnotic hold,” and that they knew something was wrong but “felt hypnotized” or too “heavy” to do anything. One woman described to French investigators being in a “dreamlike state” during Greaux’s assault, and said that although she felt “disgusted” by what he was doing to her, she simply found herself “unable to react.” Another was so shaken by the attack, she quit her nursing job and moved to Corsica to work as a caterer. Multiple victims have been diagnosed with PTSD.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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King Charles Has a ‘Strategic Need’ to Reconcile With Prince Harry
Loic Venance/AFP/GettyKing Charles has a “strategic need” to chart a course of reconciliation with his estranged son Prince Harry in the medium to long term—and, as part of his attempts to try and smooth that path, is not seeking an apology from him over accusations made by Harry in his book, films and other interviews, royal sources and friends of the king and Queen Camilla have told The Daily Beast.The king hopes that the lack of preconditions connected to an apology might be reciprocated by the prince, and that Harry may shelve his own demands for an apology to Meghan Markle, the friend said, allowing for a “reset” of relations.The friend of the king and Camilla told The Daily Beast that while Charles hopes to be able to build relations with Harry in due course, he would not be tempted to start dishing out apologies.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Supposedly Confident Trump Pleads to ‘Stop the Debates’
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/ReutersWelcome to Trail Mix, a fun but nutritious snack for your election news diet. See something interesting on the trail? Email me at week, we dive into Donald Trump’s new debate stunt. Plus, a chat with Sen. Bob Menendez’s Democratic primary challenger in New Jersey post-indictment, and a look forward to Ron DeSantis’ potentially ill-advised debate with Gavin Newsom.He’s seen enoughRead more at The Daily Beast.
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Vivek Ramaswamy’s Meltdown Is a Delight to Behold
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty/Reuters“Every time I hear you, I feel a little bit dumber for what you say,” Nikki Haley told Vivek Ramaswamy at the second Republican presidential primary debate, before declaring that because of his use of Tik Tok and prior business ties with Chinese companies, “We can’t trust you.”The challenge followed Sen. Tim Scott’s assertion that Ramaswamy’s sudden attempts to play nice, after his contentious performance at the first debate, during which he called the other candidates “bought and paid for,” seemed laughably ironic given he was “just in business with the Chinese Communist Party and the same people that funded Hunter Biden millions of dollars were partners of yours as well.”Ramaswamy’s defense that his company had severed those relations elicited a burn from former Vice President Mike Pence.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Trump’s Bank Fraud Defense ‘Defies the Laws of Physics’
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyDonald Trump’s colossal trial for faking property values starts next Monday, and one mind-boggling issue has emerged as his weakest defense yet: the idea that his past lies on financial statements were justified because prices eventually went up anyway.The judge already expressed his utter contempt for that argument, tearing it apart on Tuesday in the same order that already determined Trump had committed bank fraud and should have his real estate empire pounded into dust.“He claims that if the values of the property have gone up in the years since the [statements of financial condition] were submitted, then the numbers were not inflated at that time,” Arthur F. Engoron wrote. “The defenses Donald Trump attempts to articulate in his sworn deposition are wholly without basis in law or fact.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Princeton University Accused of Botching Deadly Student Abduction Crisis
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyPrinceton University has been accused of breaking a litany of promises to support a graduate student believed to have been abducted by a notorious armed militia earlier this year.Elizabeth Tsurkov, a 36-year-old dual Russian-Israeli citizen and U.S. resident enrolled at the Ivy League school, went missing in March while conducting research for her doctoral degree in Iraq’s capital city of Baghdad. She is a prominent analyst and social media commentator on Middle East politics with almost 80,000 followers on Twitter/X. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, the Guardian and Foreign Policy among others.The group suspected of being behind the abduction has since been identified by the Israeli government as Kataib Hezbollah, a Shiite paramilitary group backed by Iran that has been designated as a terrorist organization by the United States.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Yankees’ lack of athleticism, stolen bases only adds to struggling offense
The new rules that have led to the increased action on the base paths favor teams with athleticism, which the Yankees’ roster has lacked.
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