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Vigilante David Carlson acquitted of killing fugitive rape suspect
Accused killer vigilante David Carlson has finally won his freedom — but will never regain the life he lost. Capping a six-year legal battle to prove he acted in self-defense when he shotgunned a fugitive rape suspect, an upstate judge on Thursday found Carlson not guilty of manslaughter. But the surprising verdict, which reversed an...
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All the ways Jennifer Lopez’s Grammys Versace dress changed history
Ahead of the 2020 Grammys, insiders reveal the true story behind Jennifer Lopez's green Versace dress at the 2000 awards — and all the ways the gown changed history.
AFC Championship: Chiefs are at Derrick Henry’s mercy
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Patrick Mahomes plays football like a magician. Derrick Henry is more of a show-and-tell leader. As the Chiefs quarterback makes improbable throws and escape acts, there is nothing fancy about the Titans running back, who will run around, over and through tacklers. All will have gone according to plan if the...
The Chainsmokers, Charli XCX and more performing for X Games concert series
Aspen is gearing up for this week’s X Games.
Stephen King fue criticado por sus comentario sobre la diversidad
Stephen King fue criticado por decir que solo le importa la "calidad" y no la "diversidad" en cuanto a premios.
Deaths related to binge-drinking on the rise, new studies show
Next time you toast to your health, you might want to make it a water.
Japanese fashion house accused of cultural appropriation for putting models in cornrow wigs: 'Racist show!'
“Cancel culture incoming," one critic wrote.
Lawyer for Browns' Odell Beckham Jr. says arrest warrant stemming from LSU celebration has been recalled
Police had issued warrant for Odell Beckham Jr.'s arrest after he appeared to slap guard on backside after LSU win. The warrant was recalled Saturday.
Space is pitch black, so why will US Space Force members wear camo uniforms?
Some on social media ridiculed a photo of the uniforms, but the Space Force says they make perfect sense.
National Archives sorry for blurring anti-Trump signs in Women's March photo
Archives admits it altered image that contained critical signsWashington institution: ‘We made a mistake’The US National Archives apologized on Saturday after it emerged that a photo of the Women’s March included in signage for an exhibition on women’s suffrage had been altered to blur anti-Trump signs. Related: Alan Dershowitz: Trump impeachment acquittal would make me unhappy Continue reading...
Johnson to cabinet: shape up or I’ll sack you within weeks
Top ministers are warned to stay off TV with reshuffle alert part of plan by Dominic CummingsBoris Johnson is to tell cabinet ministers that they must focus all their energy on developing policies for post-Brexit Britain – or face the sack in a wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle within weeks.In an extraordinary move, Johnson will tell his most senior ministers that they must concentrate on “delivery” and hard work that will help “level up” the country, rather than “touring TV studios” and trying to raise their personal profiles in the media. Continue reading...
‘Manifest’ couple J.R. Ramirez and Melissa Roxburgh also dating off-screen
“They try to keep it hush-hush for professional reasons, but they are definitely smitten with each other. It’s serious.”
Rod Rosenstein Authorized the Release of Text Messages Between FBI Employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page: Court Filing
The texts have fueled allegations of FBI bias
ICE subpoenas NY for info on illegal immigrant accused of murder, as sanctuary city fight escalates
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Friday subpoenaed New York for information of multiple illegal immigrants who have been arrested in New York City, but were shielded by the city’s controversial sanctuary city policies -- including one illegal immigrant who is accused of murdering a 92-year-old woman.
Alex Bregman denies Astros buzzer ploy, gets shredded by pitcher
After seeing his manager and general manager first suspended for a season by MLB then fired by Astros owner Jim Crane, Alex Bregman declined to address the sign-stealing scandal that has forever tainted Houston’s 2017 World Series title. “The commissioner and league came out with the report, and the Astros did what they did,’’ Bregman...
Islanders collapse against Capitals in failed litmus test
Facing the Metropolitan Division-leading Capitals on Saturday afternoon was a litmus test for the Islanders. It looked as though they had passed with flying colors, before the Capitals waltzed right back into the game with four goals in a span of 14:57 of the third period — two from Alex Ovechkin to complete a hat...
NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Rosters, Live Stream, TV Channel: Everything You Need to Know About the Game
Former NFL head coaches Hue Jackson and Marvin Lewis take charge of the National and American team in Pasadena, California.
Haute couture fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier announces his retirement from runway
Jean Paul Gaultier, one of fashion's most iconic designers, has announced his retirement from the runway after a 50-year career in the fashion industry.
Impeachment managers, Trump lawyers to debate rules on Tuesday
The White House defense team and House managers will argue the resolution laying down the rules for the trial, not senators.
Rebel Wilson shows off her weight loss in new Instagram post, after calling 2020 'The Year of Health'
Everyone makes those go-to-the-gym resolutions at the start of the new year, but Rebel Wilson has been sticking to hers.
UK's Harry and Meghan to drop titles and retire as working royals
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will no longer be working members of Britain's monarchy and they will pay their own way in life as they embark on an independent future, Buckingham Palace said on Saturday.
National Archives apologizes for blurring anti-Trump Women’s March images
The image, a sea of protesters in Washington, D.C., during the 2017 Women's March, featured one person holding a sign which read "God Hates Trump" — with the president's name obscured.
A 'ghost net' in Hawaii is threatening marine life right now
Environmentalists warn that a large "ghost net" is floating in Hawaiian waters that could threaten marine life and cause severe damage to boats if not removed soon.
Incarcerated designer Anand Jon Alexander stabbed in the face by fellow inmate
Alexander is suing the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation after he was stabbed repeatedly in the face.
Police arrest juvenile accused of killing 4 people inside a home
Four people were shot to death inside a home in Grantsville, Utah. The alleged shooter, a juvenile, was taken into custody without incident.
DC Protesters 'rise up' as part of Women's March
Demonstrators marched behind "Rise Up" banner in Washington, D.C. on Saturday as part of the Women's March rallies nationwide. (Jan. 18)
Despite shake-up, Putin rejects idea of Soviet-style leaders for life
President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he did not want Russia to return to the late Soviet-era practice of having lifelong rulers who died in office without a proper succession strategy.
At Cudahy town hall meeting, residents express anger over environmental injustice
At a raucous town hall meeting in Cudahy on Friday night, hundreds of residents turned out to express their outrage over a Delta Air Lines jet that dumped 15,000 gallons of fuel over the working-class community this week, injuring children and teachers at local schools.
Vet whose prosthetic legs were repossessed is getting new pair
Jerry Holliman received his pair of prosthetic legs but they were taken away when the Department of Veterans Affairs refused to pay for them.
Forty killed in Houthi attack on camp in Yemen's Marib: Saudi state TV
Iran-aligned Houthis attacked a military training camp in the Yemeni city of Marib on Saturday, killing‮ ‬40 military personnel and wounding dozens, Saudi state television said.
Dan Hoffman: US will stay in Iraq to fight ISIS – Trump’s order to kill Soleimani benefits both countries
America’s military involvement in Iraq and our fight against the ISIS terrorist group there is not over – despite initial concerns about U.S. troops being expelled from the country after President Trump ordered a drone strike that killed Iranian terrorist Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Iraq Jan. 3.
‘Unluckiest guy in America’ bitten on head by venomous snake
Mississippi hunter Tyler Hardy found himself in excruciating pain Wednesday after the freak attack in Jackson, Mississippi.
Split is Official: Harry, Meghan Give Up “Royal Highness” Titles
The couple will no longer receive public funds and will pay back around $3 million used to renovate their home.
16 Pregnant Women Detained by ICE in El Paso Region Has Immigration Attorneys Worried
Immigration attorneys in El Paso voiced concerns about ICE officials detaining pregnant women, saying they don't receive proper medical care.
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Paul Oakenfold DJs luxe bar opening in Los Angeles
Guest Brody Jenner also spun tunes.
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Lifetime announces 'Surviving Jeffrey Epstein' documentary will air this summer
After the success of 'Surviving R. Kelly,' Lifetime will continue its documentary series about allegations of abuse with 'Surviving Jeffrey Epstein.'       
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Tristan Thompson was ejected from a game for slapping an opponent's butt
Friendly rivalries are common on the basketball court, but Tristan Thompson might have taken it a bit too far at a game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday.
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What Mahomes, Tannehill, Rodgers and Garoppolo have to do to reach Super Bowl
The clock is ticking for the Packers' Aaron Rodgers, but he's the only quarterback left with Super Bowl experience.
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Karl-Anthony Towns trying to crush Knicks trade noise
Karl-Anthony Towns, breaking his silence following a return to action after he missed 15 games with a left-knee sprain, claims any speculation he wants out of Minnesota is untrue. The Post reported on Christmas that Knicks brass is monitoring the availability of stars such as Towns and the Wizards’ Bradley Beal, in case they become...
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Tennessee governor seeks to amend law honouring leader of Ku Klux Klan
Nathan Bedford Forrest was leading Confederate generalRepublican Bill Lee will introduce legislation regarding holidayTennesse governor Bill Lee will introduce legislation to amend a law requiring the state to honor Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Confederate general who went on to lead the Ku Klux Klan. Related: Nikki Haley claims otherwise innocuous Confederate flag was 'hijacked' by killer Continue reading...
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Tennis star Amanda Anisimova on playing again after dad’s sudden death
Amanda Anisimova shocked the tennis universe last June when she defeated Simona Halep — ranked No. 3 in the world — in the quarterfinals of the French Open. Although Anisimova lost in the next round, the stunning upset announced the international arrival of the then teenage American with a vicious backhand. But two months later,...
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Suspenden a jugador argentino por abofetear a árbitro en México
Por agredir a un árbitro en un partido amistoso, el delantero argentino Gabriel Hachen de los Bravos de Ciudad Juárez fue suspendido por un año, anunció el miércoles la Comisión Disciplinaria de la Federación Mexicana de Fútbol.
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Straphanger arrested for punching MTA conductor who woke him
The zzz train went off the rails Saturday in Manhattan when a straphanger attacked an MTA subway conductor who rousted him from a deep slumber, police and sources told The Post. Jonathon Davalos, 22 was snoozing on a 6 train at the Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station in Lower Manhattan at around 11 a.m. when the...
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Downed Ukrainian plane's black boxes will be sent to Ukraine, Iranian news agency says
Iran says it won’t keep the black boxes from the Ukraine airliner it accidentally shot down last week with a missile, killing 176 people.
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National Archives apologizes for editing Women's March photo
"We made a mistake," the Archives said in a press release.
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Hundreds gather for NYC Women’s March despite horrendous weather
Hundreds of people turned out Saturday for the Women’s March in Manhattan, undeterred by frigid temps and a sloppy snow. The 4th annual march kicked off at noon on W. 72nd St. and Central Park West, passed Columbus Circle and continued down 5th Avenue to Bryant Park. “When I heard it was going to rain...
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Oregon woman fired from bank job after giving struggling man $20 to get home for Christmas: report
An Oregon woman claims she was fired from her bank job after helping a struggling customer get home to his family on Christmas Eve by giving him $20 of her own money.
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Pork markets to become a big winner in the US-China trade truce
Just a day after the United States and China signed a phase 1 trade deal, The US Department of Agriculture released a report that delivers another optimistic message to US farmers: Chinese demand for pork is likely to boost the US pork markets in 2020.
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