Man indicted in fatal shooting of Nipsey Hussle

Eric Ronald Holder Jr. was indicted on one count of murder, two counts each of attempted murder and assault with a firearm, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
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Roger Stone is “praying” for President Trump to intervene and offer him clemency, just days before the convicted longtime GOP political operative is slated to report to prison.
Hero Texas officer saves 8-year-old from burning home: 'I had to take quick actions'
Police officer Joshua Gonzalez appeared on “Fox & Friends” to share his experience in saving an 8-year-old boy from a burning home in Socorro, Texas.
Bali hosts first center to return captive dolphins to the wild
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Michael Cohen back in custody after being released to home over COVID concerns
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Ghislaine Maxwell’s bed sheets, clothes taken by feds to prevent suicide
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UAE said to be holding up Gulf deal that could end Qatar blockade and protect US interests in Middle East
Delay caused by the UAE has temporarily denied the Trump administration a crucial, hard-fought foreign policy win in the Middle East.
Bill Nye ‘the Science Guy’ urges public to wear face masks
Bill Nye, TV’s “Science Guy,” has weighed in on the ongoing mask debate and, predictably, he’s all for wearing one – saying it “is a matter literally of life and death.” The popular science communicator delivers his message in a pair of videos on TikTok, where he displays a common surgical mask, a scarf that...
De Blasio defends NYPD’s conflicting data which debunked bail-reform claims
Mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down on the NYPD’s dubious claims that bail reform has contributed to the uptick in gun violence — defending police brass’ debunked “interpretation” of their own conflicting data. “It should not be minimized that bail reform was one of many factors, but then post March 1 overwhelmingly it’s about the...
Demi Moore’s photos of bizarre office bathroom poo-pooed by fans
Fans are talking crap about this dual-purpose office bathroom.
John Yoo: Supreme Court smacks Trump and delivers body blow to the office of the presidency
Chief Justice Roberts and four liberals have doomed future presidents to years of harassing investigations
Making 'dirty noodles' the traditional way in Indonesia
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'Too Much and Never Enough,' a book written about President Trump by his niece, is dark right from the get-go.
Paris Hilton's family was 'devastated' over her sex tape leak, her aunt Kyle Richards says
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Joy Reid Lands MSNBC Primetime Slot Despite History of Homophobic Statements
MSNBC's Joy Reid, host of the weekend show AM Joy, is taking over one of the network's weekday primetime slots despite her well-documented history of homophobic statements.
Pop Smoke Killing: L.A. Police Make 5 Arrests
Three men and two juvenile males were arrested, the Los Angeles Police Department announced on Thursday.
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Rep Jim Banks: Reopen schools or risk losing this generation of American children
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Slow cookers are like magic. Assemble and prep your ingredients, pop them inside, and lift the lid hours later to reveal a flavor-packed dish that can provide meals for days. We asked Georgia restaurateur and "Top Chef" judge Hugh Acheson for a few favorite dishes from his cookbook "The Chef and the Slow Cooker."'
READ: Geoffrey Berman's opening statement before House panel
Geoffrey Berman, the former US attorney in Manhattan who was fired last month following a tense standoff with Attorney General William Barr, on Thursday provided a detailed explanation of how Barr pressured him to resign before he was ultimately fired.
Alex Trebek takes out the trash and more star snaps
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Astronomers spot unidentifiable ‘circular’ phenomena over Australia
Australian astronomers have detected a series of inexplicable signals that they believe could be "a new class of astronomical object."
Trudeau says Canada handled coronavirus better than the US
Speaking during a news briefing Wednesday, Trudeau said, "We were able to control the virus better than many of our allies, particularly including our neighbor."
Michigan health workers to receive bias training
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Covid-19's efficient transmission makes virus a 'perfect storm', Fauci says
Pornhub’s “Black Lives Matter” Genre and the Industry’s Brash Racism
Fear of Black sexuality is lucrative—and dangerous.
Eagles' Malik Jackson calls out NFL, NFLPA over safety, financial guarantees: 'It is unacceptable and utterly disrespectful'
Public fallout between the NFL and its players is continuing to heat up with Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson calling out both the league and the Players Association on Wednesday for a lack of “safety” and “financial” guarantees despite training camp schedule to start in just a few weeks.
Former NBA coach David Fizdale finds a new home court in Calabasas
Former Grizzlies and Knicks coach David Fizdale recently dropped $2.25 million on a remodeled Mediterranean-style home in Calabasas.
New recordings reveal inconsistencies in Breonna Taylor shooting probe
The recordings reveal that a plainclothes officer went up to Taylor's boyfriend after the fatal March 13 shooting and told him there had been a "misunderstanding," NBC News reported Thursday.
Florida family sold toxic bleach solution as coronavirus 'cure,' Federal charges say
A Florida father and his sons allegedly sold tens of thousands of bottles of toxic bleach as a 'cure' for serious diseases including COVID-19.
Amy Schumer’s husband, Chris Fischer, is uncircumcised, says pal Jake Gyllenhaal
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