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    A Ghana official attempted to take a selfie with Son Heung-min while he was CRYING after South Korea's defeat at the World Cup. A thrilling Group H clash saw Ghana go 2-0 up - before a quickfire Cho Gue-sung double levelled things up with 30 minutes remaining. 3The Ghana official was intent on getting a selfie with an emotional Son Heung-minCredit: BBC Not one of the Ghana coaches taking a selfie with Son whilst he was crying ???? #KOR | #GHA | #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/GpR4uz8BkZ— Hfv Xtra ⚽️ (@HfvXtra) November 28, 2022 3Another member of the Ghana team had to tell him to put the camera awayCredit: BBC 3Those on social media were left furious at the selfie attemptCredit: Getty But Mohammed Kudus then netted his second of the game to put Ghana back in front. And they hung on to secure their first win of this World Cup. The result leaves Ghana on three points, but South Korea are now facing a difficult task if they wish to qualify for the round of 16 after a draw and a defeat...
    AN ANNOYED dad confessed that he decided to teach his nine-year-old son a lesson with a controversial punishment, but now says his wife thinks he's a 'monster'. The anonymous bloke has split opinion after asking the internet for advice on whether he went too far. 2A dad has split opinion over his punishment of his 'distraught' nine-year-oldCredit: Getty Posting on Reddit, the dad explained he wanted to teach his son, Tim, a lesson after he repeatedly left his bike outside when he was finished playing. His parents are "constantly telling him" to put it away in the garage so it doesn't get stolen, but the dad said his son never listened. So when the dad left for work one morning, and saw the bike left outside again, he "decided to show him that our warning could actually happen". He put the bike in the back of his car and headed off to work, with his "distraught" son soon calling to ask if he'd seen it. Read more parenting storiesOH BABY I’m 25 and have 22 babies – I was...
    The gread grandfather of one of the Uvalde school shooting victims has gone viral after challenging the embattled local police force for their inability to stop the shooter, as news comes out that Salvador Ramos' grandmother knew he had a gun well before the massacre.  Ruben Mata, whose great granddaughter Alexandria Rubio was murdered at just 10 years old by Ramos' gunfire last week, was seen on video angrily confronting officers in Uvalde in a video taken by left-wing media outlet Status Coup. The ten-year-old was shot dead just hours after posing for a photo with her parents at the school's honor roll ceremony.  Mata, standing among the memorials in Uvalde Sunday and wearing a jacket denoting him as a Vietnam veteran, passionately pled for police action while holding a knife. He noted that they immediately came when it was discovered he was wielding the knife and noted 'it didn't take you but a few minutes' to get to him, comparing it to the response time at the shooting. Ruben Mata, whose great granddaughter Alexandria Rubio was murdered at just 10 years...
    The convicted felon whose time on the run ended with his prison-guard girlfriend shooting herself in the head on Monday night was distraught by the death of his lover, his mother said. Casey White, 38, escaped jail with former assistant director of corrections Vicki White late last month. The two spent 11 days together on the run from authorities until a police chase ended with Vicki fatally shooting herself. White’s mother, Connie Moore, told the Daily Mail that her son was deeply in love with the prison guard, with whom he had a secret phone relationship for at least two years, and had even started referring to her as his wife. “I spoke to him yesterday and he was crying and saying he couldn't believe she was gone,” Moore said. She said she believed Vicki was “really, really, good to him – just being there for him, talking with him. They had a real thing.” White is incarcerated in a Lauderdale County, Alabama, jail awaiting trial on charges of capital murder after confessing to killing 59-year-old Connie Ridgeway. He was...
    CNN Newsroom host Alisyn Camerota reacted to the news of the resignation of network head Jeff Zucker Wednesday, calling it “an incredible loss” that “feels wrong.” The news of Zucker’s sudden departure shocked the media world, especially considering the apparent tie-in to former host Chris  Cuomo’s firing over his efforts to help his brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), respond to his sex scandals; Zucker admitted to having an affair with CNN chief marketing officer Allison Gollust, who had been a communications director for Gov. Cuomo. Russian nesting dolls of sex scandals, if you will. As he had done earlier in the day, Brian Stelter appeared on CNN Newsroom with Camerota and Victor Blackwell to discuss Zucker’s announcement, which seemed to have shocked his colleagues as much as it had those outside the company. “Jeff was a visionary leader for CNN during the last nine years of what can be called a challenging news cycle,” said Camerota. “Brian, it’s a tough day here.” Stelter agreed, calling Zucker’s resignation a “huge surprise” that “leaves a leadership void.” He described the issue that...
    We Americans don’t really need anyone to help fuel division or hyper-partisanship. We’re pretty good at it already. A CBS News graphic about a single question in a single poll isn’t going to be the straw to break the Gadsden Flag’s back, let’s be real. But the result of an action isn’t the same thing as the intent behind it, or even its role in a larger picture. A single arrow may not stop conquer Leonidas, but that doesn’t mean Xerxes wasn’t trying to throw shade. Or that a thousand similar arrows didn’t create it. And the arrow in this case is aimed directly at the archer’s own premise. If you don’t like the arrow analogy, consider it a nit. Let’s pick it, shall we? A CBS News/YouGov poll out this week has raised alarms about political divisions and the potential for violence. For a variety of obvious January reasons, that worry is mainly about violence by the right, although such fears do go both ways broadly speaking. Republicans worry that a softball practice can be shot at with...
    THEY may have never commented on their relationship with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in public - but behind closed doors, it is something Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly struggling with. According to People magazine, the Duchess of Cambridge is "very upset" about Harry and Meghan's claims they were mistreated while they were senior working royals. 2The Duchess of Cambridge has struggled seeing her husband 'so upset', an insider has claimedCredit: Getty During their bombshell interview with Oprah earlier this year, Harry said his dad and brother were "trapped" in the firm. Meanwhile, the couple claimed that one member of the Royal Family had probed the Harry about their unborn son and what colour his skin would be. And the television interview - which was watched by over 17m people - reportedly left William "furious". An insider told the magazine that Kate has been "really, really upset about it all". FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED A friend of the Duchess' claimed: "Everything with Harry and Meghan has been hugely stressful. "But if anything, it's pulled...
    Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images Last year, Steve Cohen was supposed to be the savior for Mets fans, having purchased the franchise from Fred Wilpon to become the richest owner in baseball. Twelve months later, Cohen is reportedly listening to Chris Christie for baseball advice and it’s causing Mets fans to panic. Cohen has struggled to stock his front office since taking over the team. His first general manager hire, Jared Porter lasted one month, getting fired after reports surfaced that he sent more than 60 unsolicited text messages to a female journalist, some including lewd photographs. Zack Scott took over as the interim general manager, but he was placed on administrative leave following a mid-season DWI arrest. Desperate and struggling to build a front office, Cohen has reportedly turned to New Jersey’s former governor. New York Mets beat writer for the Daily News, Deesha Thosar reported Christie’s involvement Wednesday afternoon. According to Thosar, Cohen has leaned on Christie, who joined the Mets’ Board of Directors in February, while the owner is keeping team president Sandy Alderson “informed on the...
    The list of people who were let down by Urban Meyer’s scandalous lap dance video continues to grow. His family, his team, current players and apparently former players too. Tim Tebow joined Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s First Take Friday morning and looked to be on the verge of tears while discussing his former college football coach. “This is a very disappointing, frustrating and honestly heartbreaking situation,” Tebow said. “When I first saw what happened, my heart was hurting for Ms. Shelly, coach’s wife, someone that I love very much and his daughters who I’m very close with.” Tebow acknowledged he spoke with his former coach, Shelley Meyer and their children during the week. Although Tebow was not a good NFL quarterback, he’s proven himself to be a superlative leader. “My advice to him was to apologize,” Tebow continued. “To admit it, to learn from it, and to never, never repeat it.” After apologizing for the incident, Meyer described the video as being a wrong place, wrong time situation that was caught on camera. But other angles of the incident...
    Protesters gathered on Thursday outside Gabby Petito's fiancé's Florida home chanting 'Where's Gabby?' and demanded that he cooperates with police's investigation into van-life girl's disappearance.  Petito's friend - Nicole Kalanich - spoke exclusively with DailyMail.com as locals Jason and Dena Sternquist arrived on a golf cart outside fiancé Brian Laundries' single-story home late Thursday and demanded that he start helping police.  Placards on their vehicle read, 'Where is Gabby', 'Bring Gabby Home', Speak Up!' and 'North Port Loves Gabby'. 'Have the guts’ to say where she is, Kalanich told DailyMail.com..  Laundrie has since retained a lawyer.     The Sternquists arrived just hours after Gabby's dad Joe Petito made an emotional appeal at a police press conference in North Port for the Laundries to help him get his daughter back. Scroll down for video.   Protestors in golf carts drove by the North Port home with carried signs that 'TRUTH ALWAYS COMES OUT! #Justiceforgabby,' 'North Port Loves Gabby' and 'WOULD SHE BRING YOU HOME?' Protesters gathered on Thursday outside Gabby Petito's fiancé's Florida home in North Port 
    DISTRAUGHT Vladimir Putin has wept over the coffin of a close pal who died "trying to save a man's life in an Arctic drill". A grief-stricken Putin appeared devastated as he said farewell today to the open coffin of his emergencies' minister - and former personal bodyguard - who died on Tuesday ‘trying to save a man”. 4A grief-stricken Putin weeping at the edge of a close pal's coffin who died in a military drillCredit: East2West 4The Russian leader consoling Yevgeny Zinichev's familyCredit: East2West The Russian leader twice rested his head on the coffin of Yevgeny Zinichev, 55, which was draped in the country’s tricolour flag.  Putin then sat with the minister's widow Natalya and son Denis at the funeral ceremony.  He twice approached the open coffin, bowing his head, and as he walked away appeared distraught.  Putin has spoken of his  “irreplaceable personal loss” in losing Zinichev - a former FSB deputy director - who he called a man of “incredible inner strength, courage and bravery”. He had awarded Zinichev a posthumous Hero of Russia award, the country’s highest honour.  Some believe Putin was...
    When words fail, sometimes you just have to cut down half a tree – at least, that’s what one couple did.  The couple, in Sheffield, U.K., called in an arborist to cut down half of the branches of a 16-foot-tall fir tree that were hanging over their driveway, according to reports. The rest of the tree is in their neighbor’s yard.  Their neighbor, Bharat Mistry, told SWNS that the tree has been in his front yard for 25 years. However, during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown last March, Mistry’s neighbors reportedly asked to have the tree removed, BBC reported.  MICHIGAN BOAT CAPTAIN FINDS 95-YEAR-OLD MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE: ‘WE WERE ALL IN SHOCK’ More recently, the neighbors complained about birds in the tree making too much noise and pooping on their driveway, so Mistry told SWNS that he tried to work on a solution.  "We had asked if we could get it trimmed back and put a net in it so it would stop birds getting in, but there was no compromise with them," Mistry told SWNS.  A couple...
    The trial of Derek Chauvin, accused of murder and intentional homicide of George Floyd is at the heart of the news in the United States. They regretted not having been able to “to save“ Several people, witnesses of the agony of George floyd, were invited to speak during the trial of Derek chauvin, the main accused of murder and intentional manslaughter.In front of the court of Minneapolis (United States), they delivered moving testimonies, Tuesday March 30 regretting not to have been able to “to save“. The testimonies of two young girls As reported Le Figaro, Darnella frazier was called to testify at this trial. In tears, the 18-year-old recounted that on May 25, she was out for a run when she found herself facing a tragedy which, by her own admission, has “definitely“changed his life.In front of her, the policeman put his knee on the neck of George floyd who gasps, moans, begs, then faints. The girl took out her cell phone and began to film. After it was uploaded, his video made the rounds of...
    Queen Elizabeth II is enduring a challenging time during her decades-long reign. In the month of February alone, it was revealed her grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will not be returning as working members of the British royal family.  It was also announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s sit-down with Oprah Winfrey will air on Sunday, March 7 – the same day as the 94-year-old’s TV address for Commonwealth Day. In addition, her husband Prince Philip was admitted to London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital a week ago after feeling ill. Buckingham Palace shared that the 99-year-old is being treated for an infection and is not expected to leave the hospital for several days. PRINCE PHILIP, 99, BEING TREATED FOR AN INFECTION, WON'T LEAVE THE HOSPITAL 'FOR SEVERAL DAYS' Queen Elizabeth married Philip on Nov. 20, 1947, at Westminster Abbey in London.  ((Chris Jackson/Pool via AP)) During England’s current coronavirus lockdown, he and the queen had been staying at Windsor Castle, west of London. "It’s been a rough few weeks for the queen, that’s for sure," a...
    THE heartbroken mum of a boy who died after being electrocuted outside an East London pub wept in court today as an electrician was cleared of his manslaughter. Harvey Tyrrell, 7, was shocked after sitting on lights on the wall of a pub beer garden while holding onto a metal railing in September 2018. 5Harvey Tyrrell died after being electrocuted in the beer garden of the King Harold pubCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 5Colin Naylor was cleared of manslaughter at Snaresbrook Crown Court today 5The seven-year-old was electrocuted outside the King Harold pub in RomfordCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Colin Naylor, 74, installed the lights at the King Harold pub in Romford but was cleared of manslaughter by a jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court today. Naylor was found not guilty of gross negligence manslaughter, but was convicted of failing in his duty to protect people from death and injury under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Harvey's mum, Danielle Jones, broke down in tears after the verdict.  Police were called to the King Harold pub in Harold Wood,...
    More On: nfl Urban Meyer’s controversial Jaguars hire resigns Sports diversity organization slams Jaguars hire Giants make some cuts TJ Watt already recruiting brother JJ to the Steelers The Buccaneers are defending the Tom Brady pass stirring up a little controversy. Lorraine Grohs, the daughter of silversmith Greg Grohs who crafted the original Lombardi Trophy, wants an apology from Brady for him tossing this year’s version “is if it was a real football” to tight end Cameron Brate during the team’s championship boat parade last week. Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht responded to a tweet that included the video of Grohs’ story from Cape Coral, Florida’s Fox4 with a GIF of Warren Oates as Sgt. Hulka in the movie “Stripes” saying “Lighten up Francis.” The tossing around of the Lombardi Trophy by the 43-year-old Brady seen in a video that went viral on Wednesday, wasn’t a laughing matter to Grohs who lives in Fort Myers, Fla. Her father was a master silversmith from 1967-1994 at Tiffany and Company, which is tasked with making the trophy. see also ...
    DISTRAUGHT Gael Monfils broke down in tears and revealed he was living through a ‘nightmare’ after becoming the highest male casualty of the Australian Open first day. The No.10 seed from France saw his awful form continue as he was shocked by 21-year-old Finnish rival Emil Ruusuvouri 3-6 6-4 7-5 3-6 6-3. 4Gael Monfils was left distraught after he was knocked out of the Australian Open in the first roundCredit: AFP 4He broke down in tears following his shock loss to Finnish rival Emil RuusuvouriCredit: Reuters EMOTION from @Gael_Monfils ????More than just a game.#9WWOS #AusOpen pic.twitter.com/dJmmxdz4CT— Wide World of Sports (@wwos) February 8, 2021 The 34-year-old, who has reached the semi-finals of the French and US Opens, has not won a match since tennis returned from its pandemic-forced suspension last July. His record since Covid-19 restrictions were lifted last summer reads played six, lost six, which includes early departures in Melbourne and at Roland Garros. Speaking to French media post-match, Monfils started to cry, saying he was at a crossroads in his career. Emotional Monfils struggled initially to find the...
    CLAUDIA Conway has said she is "distraught" over an alleged nude picture leak and said social media is a "dark place" as cops probe Kellyanne. Claudia uploaded a series of videos onto TikTok on Tuesday speaking about what she believes was a "hacking." 7Claudia released another TikTok video on TuesdayCredit: tiktok 7She said she was 'distraught' after hearing the nude photo was allegedly leakedCredit: tiktok It came just one day after Claudia accused her mom Kellyanne of allegedly posting a nude picture of her on Twitter Fleets. However, within 24 hours, Claudia changed her motive telling her followers that she acted "irrationally and impulsively" by blaming her mother. "Yesterday when I was made aware of the situation, I was distraught, I was very upset," she told her 1.6million followers. "I know that my mom would never, ever post something to hurt me like that, intentionally. "I do believe she was hacked," she said in the third video of the series, that she said she was not forced to make. 7She also said she believes her mom was 'hacked' 7Claudia...
    PRINCE Harry has been left heartbroken by the situation with his family after moving to the US, says pal Tom Bradby. But the ITN news anchor believes the Sussexes are “content” with their new situation— and are excited by their projects. ⚠️ Read our Meghan Markle and Prince Harry live blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 3Tom Bradby has revealed that Megxit was painful for the Prince and everyone involved 3Harry is 'heartbroken' after the 'incredibly painful' rift from the royal familyCredit: PA:Press Association Bradby was a guest at Harry and Meghan’s 2018 wedding and interviewed them shortly before they quit royal life last year. He told Love Your Weekend With Alan Titchmarsh, shown on ITV tomorrow: “I think they are content, the things they are doing they are quite excited by. "I think Harry is heartbroken. "You don’t necessarily need to have the knowledge to know that, but I think it is true." Bradby, 52, would not be drawn on the distance that has grown between the brothers, saying only: “The situation with the family...
    A distraught widower jumped to his death from a Cliffside Park high-rise on New Year's Day, authorities confirmed. The 86-year-old man, who'd lost a daughter to suicide, left a check for another daughter from the recent sale of a home, they said. He then went out onto the deck and over the side of his 12th floor condo in the rear of Winston Towers 200 off Palisade Avenue just after 5 p.m. Friday, they said. Borough police were joined by the Bergen County Sheriff's Bureau of Criminal Identification, which collected evidence, and the Bergen County Medical Examiner's Office. ****** The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Or text CONNECT to 741-741.You are not alone. ******
    Dr. Joseph Varon hugs and comforts a patient in the COVID-19 intensive care unit (ICU) during Thanksgiving at the United Memorial Medical Center on November 26, 2020 in Houston, Texas. Go Nakamura / S / Getty Images. A photo of Dr. Joseph Varon, chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, cradling a COVID-19 patient in his ICU in full PPE is going viral this Thanksgiving.  He has worked for 251 days straight battling the onslaught of daily COVID-19 cases.  His story and image represents the work of many medical workers on the front lines of the pandemic as cases surge in the US this holiday season.  "My concerns for the next six to 12 weeks is that if we don't do things right, America is going to see the darkest days in modern American medical history," Varon told CNN.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On the eve of Thanksgiving, Dr. Joseph Varon, chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, Texas, told CNN "America is going to see the darkest days...
    A YOB filmed himself taunting distraught cops over the death of a police officer in Croydon during shocking video. The man said callously “it is what it is” as he was told to stop filming by the heartbroken officers in Kennington, south London. 6A yob filmed himself taunting distraught cops over the death of a police officer in Croydon during shocking video 6The cops asked the man to leave them alone as they were struggling with the death of Sgt Matiu Ratana Sgt Ratana served with the Met Police for 29 years It comes after Sgt Matiu Ratana was allegedly shot to death by a handcuffed suspect while working in the custody suite of Croydon Police Station this weekend. In the video, posted to Snapchat, the man films several cops as they stand by a police 4x4. The cameraman asks the cops “What is going on? What is going on? This is my business! What is going on? I’m asking you what is going on bruv! But you lot are being c***s.” One of the cops approaches the man and...
    SYLMAR (CBSLA) — A man whose son went missing while hiking in Malibu two years ago is accused of opening fire on California Highway Patrol officers during a standoff outside his Sylmar home Monday night. Sept. 7, 2020. (CBSLA) The suspect, identified to CBSLA by family members as Matthew Weaver, was safely taken into custody after a barricade situation which lasted about three hours. The incident began at about 8:30 p.m. when CHP officers were called to the 12900 block of Little Tujunga Canyon Road about a stolen car. As they arrived on scene, someone opened fire on them, causing them to run for cover. A standoff ensued, with deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Enforcement Bureau responding to provide assistance. At one point, the suspect, Weaver, jumped into a CHP patrol car and played with the lights. At about 11:30 p.m. he was taken into custody, CHP reports. Weaver is the father of 21-year-old Matthew Weaver Jr., who mysteriously went missing while hiking in Malibu on Aug. 10, 2018, and has never been found. Weaver’s brother...
    'General Hospital' is back on Monday. Sonny Corinthos wants to keep his dad around as long as he can, but according to General Hospital spoilers for the week of August 3, his recent decision will be eating him up. He had become very emotional as he tries to figure out what Mike would want for his end of life. His battle with Alzheimer’s is finally coming to an end, which leaves his son to battle his own emotions. SheKnows Soaps indicates that on Tuesday, Carly will come home from Wiley’s hearing to her distraught husband. He skipped the hearing so that he could be with his loved one and Carly will find him in grief over what he should do in this situation. He has struggled for months as his dad’s health has declined dramatically. He was unable to communicate with Sonny and he refused to eat. Things were not looking good for him. New episodes of General Hospital will begin airing on Monday and will continue right where the soap left off when they were forced to go on...
    MEGHAN’s devastated former best friend was ditched so the duchess could appear woke, it has been claimed. And Jessica Mulroney believes the royal rejection may have ruined her career. 5Jessica has told associates she feels a lack of support from Meghan means she has ditched her as a BFF and left her vulnerableCredit: Getty - Contributor The Sun can today reveal bombshell details about why the Canadian socialite is distraught about the breakdown in the friendship following a race row. We have learned that the 40-year-old has told associates she feels a lack of support from Meghan means she has ditched her as a BFF and left her vulnerable. Jessica’s concerned agents have been hosting a series of meetings with power players in Hollywood over the past week discussing how to rescue her career without the Duchess of Sussex’s help. Someone with knowledge of the discussions told us: “Jessica’s team have made it clear that she feels completely ditched by Meghan and fears she is going to cut her out of her life for good. “She’s completely distraught and devastated...
    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4)– Pet owners are struggling with the dramatic increase in illegal firework use but one Thornton woman says it’s so bad, her dog is literally shaking off the pounds. “She gets so nervous and she shakes so hard that she’s losing weight. She’s probably lost 5 pounds in the last month,” said Jan Woll. (credit: CBS) Woll recently took video of her dog Zeva, a 6-year-old greyhound, cowering in the bathtub following a typical night of fireworks. Zeva is one of 3 greyhounds. While Woll says they all have problems with the noise, Zeva is inconsolable. “She’ll jump in the bathtub and she’ll just shake and it sounds like she’s tearing the walls down. She’ll do that for hours,” said Woll. The difference in noise this year is noticeable and Woll has resorted to anti-anxiety medication for Zeva. “We’ve done Prozac, we’ve done CBD, we’ve done Xanax, we’ve done… I don’t know, everything I can think of.” (credit: CBS) Woll settled on an anti-anxiety medication called, Sileo, an FDA-approved orally administered gel. It’s had the best results of...
    Distraught Chicago officials complained to Mayor Lori Lightfoot--as looting and rioting in response to George Floyd’s death swept through the Windy City--pleading for help and warning that the vulnerable had lost access to food and medicine. According to a tape obtained by WTTW News of an online conference call among the city’s 50 aldermen and the mayor, one alderman could be heard weeping while others angrily decried what was going on in the city. CHICAGO MAN ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING, KILLING INNOCENT BYSTANDER AMID LOOTING, POLICE SAY  “My ward is a s--t show,” one alderman says. “They are shooting at the police.” After the death of Floyd in police custody last month, riots and protests broke out in cities across the country, with many being overwhelmed by the scale of the looting and violence -- even though largely peaceful protests have returned to the streets after that initial surge of unrest. The call in Chicago was held Sunday, May 31. That day alone, there were 699 arrests -- primarily looters --  132 officers injured, 48 shootings and 17 homicides, according to CBS Chicago, as well...
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