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    A WOMAN is facing trial after being accused of murdering an expecting mother and removing the unborn child from her body. Texas Ranger, Joshua Mason stood in the witness box on Wednesday, testifying against Taylor Parker in the New Boston, Texas courtroom. 3Taylor Parker is being tried in court for allegedly killing her pregnant friend and taking the child from the wombCredit: KTAL News 3Reagan Simmons Hancock and her unborn child were murderedCredit: Facebook 3Reagan Hancock died from her injuriesCredit: Facebook Mason interviewed Parker after her arrest in Oklahoma and parts of the interviews were shared in court. Parker told investigators that she went to the home of Reagan Hancock after the pregnant mother was concerned about headaches and blackouts she was having. "I told her I would come over and could lay down for a few hours, and she said we needed to talk," she told Mason. Parker claimed that Hancock didn't want her to leave and the two go into an argument that turned physical. READ MORE CRIMESICK CLAIMS Dad 'forced son to sleep on pads & dig...
    Macy Gray made her opinion on trans issues clear on Monday as she sat down with Piers Morgan on his TalkTv show. During the no holds barred interview the singer, 54, also spoke about her recent controversial comments about changing the American flag. She told the host: 'Just because you go and change your parts doesn't make you a woman, sorry.'
    A Labour Party Member of Parliament (MP) has said that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is wrong on transgenderism, declaring that some women are “born with penises”. Stella Creasy MP, who has represented the London constituency of Walthamstow since 2010 for the Labour Party, said that while she acknowledges that “biological sex is real it is “not the end of the conversation”. “Do I think some women were born with penises? Yes,”, the left-wing politician said in an interview with The Telegraph, adding: “they are now women and I respect that.” Further explaining her position, Creasy said that as opposed to J.K. Rowling, she supports “self-identification”. “I am somebody who would say that a trans woman is an adult human female. I would say that you and I were adult human females,” she told the female interviewer. The MP describes herself as an “old fashioned feminist” who is fighting against the patriarchy, which she said also oppresses biological men who identify as women. “So it’s right for me to stand with my trans sisters and say: ‘Let’s fight these battles...
    Fox News’ Trey Yingst aired a series of tragic stories from Ukrainians who were mourning the death of humanity in a town that the Russians left in ruins. Yingst has been reporting from Ukraine throughout Russia’s invasion of the country. On Tuesday, he released a compilation of interviews he did in Borodyanka, a town that was leveled by shelling and artillery fire. Yingst’s first interview was with Yuriy Ostapchenko, who recalled how he had to bury his neighbor weeks ago after the Russians shot him dead. Ostapchenko showed Yingst the grave, which he had to cover up with roofing panels to prevent dogs from digging up the body. “I heard the burst of gunfire,” Ostapchenko said. “He jumped into my backyard and fell over dead.” Yingst continued his report by illustrating the destruction of Borodyanka’s residential areas, and the trauma inflicted upon Ukrainian citizens. This was accompanied by an interview with Mykola Gudzikevych, a Ukrainian man who was rendered homeless when his apartment building was destroyed. Yingst’s 3rd interview was with Liubov Berestenko, an elderly woman who emotionally spoke of...
    The Power of the Dog director Jane Campion said she wanted the movie to be 'fetishized' in an interview published just days before longtime western actor Sam Elliot's comments sparked a 'homophobia' row with the movie's star Benedict Cumberbatch.  Campion, 67, said she 'encouraged' the homosexual fetishes and 'gear' seen in the movie when asked if she 'ever worried about overdoing' it.  'Too much leather and ropes and chaps? I encouraged it,' she told the Guardian in an interview published on March 4. She also said she knew parts were 'quite eroticized,' including a scene where Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is hiding a rope Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) had given him under his bed. 'It’s quite eroticized. That rope, man! That’s such an object. You’re making a rope out of the hides of the beasts that you grow on the ranch. It’s sort of like a proof of masculinity because you use it to get animals into submission,' she said.  'I loved [the leather, ropes, and chaps] because they looked like satyrs. And when I looked at the pictures from the period, big...
    Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst appeared on the network’s America Reports to talk about his reporting from the Afghan capital of Kabul. The Wednesday segment kicked off with footage over the past several weeks that included, but not limited to, Yingst reporting in Kabul, Afghans chaotically grabbing food from an aide worker in a car, interviewing Taliban officials – including spokesperson Suhail Shaheen – and Yingst interviewing an Afghan female law student before cutting off the interview due to a Taliban fighter showing up, as Yingst put it, “with a weapon in hand, intimidating her, forcing us to abruptly end the interview.” The footage also showed Yingst inside a hospital where children were being treated for malnutrition. The segment then turned to Yingst live in Fox News’ New York studio, sitting adjacent to co-host Martha MacCallum, who asked him “What was it like for you to operate as a reporter in that environment as long as you did, not just in Afghanistan, but taking us, taking our viewers inside the Taliban?” Yingst answered: There’s a lot of pressure when you’re...
    Paul Tay, 58, was charged with first-degree rape, kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon An eccentric candidate for Oklahoma governor is accused of kidnapping a would-be campaign staffer, assaulting her with a metal pipe when she tried to escape, then raping her in his home, police said.  On Tuesday, Tulsa Police Department said that Paul Tay, 58, attacked a woman twice Sunday after she responded to his Craigslist posting for a job on his political team. He picked her up under the guise of driving her to Oklahoma City for an interview. The woman told police that she attempted to escape Tay's car once she realized that he was driving in the wrong direction. But Tay struck her in the pelvis with a metal pipe, Tulsa Police Lt. Darin Ehrenrich told KOTV-DT. 'It’s terrifying - I can’t imagine what a victim would go through, number one, being brutally assaulted just trying to get out of a car,' Ehrenrich told the outlet.  'This is an absolutely horrifying crime.'  The victim told police she was too frightened to try to get...
    Beanie Feldstein has opened up about playing Monica Lewinsky and portraying her affair with Bill Clinton in FX's Impeachment: American Crime Story, saying that while she felt out of her 'comfort place' as a queer woman, she 'would probably do the exact same thing' in her shoes.  In a new cover story for W Magazine, the actress detailed the similarities she shares with Lewinsky, who had a sexual relationship with then-President Clinton as a 22-year-old unpaid White House intern.  News of the affair rocked the nation in the late '90s and led to the president's impeachment, turning Lewinsky into tabloid fodder for decades.  'I felt gutted by some of the things that Monica went through,' Feldstein, 28, told W. 'My task is to be Monica’s bodyguard—to put my body in front of hers. It’s my job to portray her pain, because I feel so much for her.' Scroll down for video   Strike a pose: Beanie Feldstein graces one of the four covers of W Magazine's upcoming Pop & Fall Fashion Issue Looking glamorous: The 28-year-old actress wore a...
    “I may look like a manly woman on the outside, but on the inside I’m more of a girl,” the athlete said in an interview. Photo: INA FASSBENDER / . / . The Chinese shooter Gong Lijiao has gone viral on social media in her country and not precisely because of her Olympic gold in Tokyo. In an interview she had with Chinese state media, the journalist not only described her as a “manly woman”, but also asked her when she would marry and if she would have children. The segment provoked angry reactions on social networks, among those who considered the questions as “sexist” and “narrow-minded.” “Is marriage the only thing you can talk about with women?” Some questioned. For many, the interview was a sample of the existing prejudices towards women in Chinese society, as well as obsolete ideals of beauty and femininity. The clip begins with a CCTV reporter telling the camera: “Gong gave me the impression that she is a manly woman.” So, it goes with a cut to the...
    A California woman now faces hate crime charges for an incident in which she wrongly accused a Black teen of taking her phone at a New York City hotel. Miya Ponsetto. (Ventura County Sheriff’s Office)  Miya Ponsetto, 22, of Piru (Ventura County), was arraigned Wednesday in court in Manhattan via videoconference and pleaded not guilty to charges including unlawful imprisonment as a hate crime, aggravated harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. Ponsetto was at the Arlo Hotel on Dec. 26 when she confronted 14-year-old Keyon Harrold Jr., whom she accused of stealing her phone. Video shows her grabbing at him as he tried to get away. Her phone was found soon afterward in an Uber car. Ponsetto was initially arrested in January on other charges in connection with the confrontation. Her next court date is scheduled for Oct. 20. “The charges alleged are a brazen and clear overreach of the intent of the statute,” her attorney, Paul D’Emilia, said in a statement. “In sum, they are absurd, and a perversion of our legal system.” The family of the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Her name is Donna Johnson. On May 4, she was sworn in as the first African American woman to be elected mayor in the history of Libertyville. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot talked with her about her vision as the new president of the village she calls home. READ MORE: Glass Falls To Sidewalk On Ontario Street Near Magnificent Mile “It’s a wonderful feeling,” Johnson said. “It’s refreshing because we’re dealing with a community in terms of demographics that is not consistent with how I look.” Johnson was sworn in by outgoing Libertyville President Terry Weppler at the Libertyville Civic Center earlier this month. Johnson, who ran unopposed for the office, said her 14 years as a trustee gave her a vote of confidence from the community. She also said her appointment is a sign people are looking beyond skin color  when it comes to expertise. “To look at their character, their contributions, and, more importantly, from a cultural perspective recognize that we as women of color add tremendous value,” she said. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: July Level...
    (CNN)A TikTok video has led to fresh leads in the case of Sofia Juarez, who was abducted one day before her fifth birthday in 2003 as she walked near her home, according to police in Kennewick, Washington state.Users of the social media app TikTok contacted Kennewick police after seeing a video featuring a young woman in Mexico that they said matched the approximate age and possibly aged appearance of Juarez.In the video shot in Culican, Sinaloa, in March, a TikTok personality interviewed the woman in Spanish. When asked about her age, she said she is 22, and went on to say she hates birthdays. The woman then said that she'd like to speak to her family because some people have said she'd been kidnapped, and she doesn't know where she is from."We are aware of the TikTok video," the Kennewick police said in a statement. "Investigation is being conducted into that. Thank you to those who sent information on that video to us. It is appreciated," the police said on the webpage set up to generate new leads in the...
    Meghan Markle's Suits co-star D.B. Woodside has urged the Royal Family to 'back off and apologize' to the royal - before warning they've 'messed with the wrong woman.'  The American actor, 51, who played the character Jeff Malone in the hit Netflix show that made Meghan Markle famous, branded the Duchess of Sussex, 39, 'strong and resilient' and asked the monarchy to apologize to her after she claimed she wasn't offered support despite having suicidal thoughts. 'Listen, the thing about her [Meghan] is she is strong and she is resilient,' he said, speaking on Entertainment Tonight. 'If they think that this kind of stuff is going to knock her off her game for very long, they picked the wrong woman to mess with. 'She is the wrong woman to mess with, they need to back up. '[They need to] back off and apologize because she is not the one. She is not the one.'   Meghan Markle's Suits co-star D.B. Woodsidehas (pictured) urged the Royal Family to 'back off and apologize' to the royal - before warning they've 'messed with the wrong woman.'...
    Meghan Markle will use the furore over her interview with Oprah to launch a political career which could take her all the way to the White House, if rumours circulating around Westminster last week turn out to be accurate. One senior Labour figure – a veteran of Tony Blair's Downing Street administration with strong links to Washington – claimed to The Mail on Sunday that Ms Markle, 39, was networking among senior Democrats with a view to building a campaign and fundraising teams for a tilt at the US Presidency. Last night, a source close to the Duchess of Sussex declined to comment, but the couple have made little secret of their political beliefs.   One senior Labour figure claimed that Meghan Markle (pictured last year), 39, was networking among senior Democrats with a view to building a campaign and fundraising teams for a tilt at the US Presidency During the US election last year they levelled a thinly veiled attack on Donald Trump by urging voters to 'reject hate speech', which a spokesperson for the couple described as...
    Meghan Markle's friends have rushed to her defence amid the Buckingham Palace 'bullying' row - with one claiming the dramatic fallout has been fuelled by racism. Omid Scobie, author of the Finding Freedom biography of the Sussexes, quoted a series of Meghan's friends standing up for her in a report for Harper's Bazaar. One friend said Meghan was another example of a 'woman of colour in a senior position… accused of being too angry, too scary, too whatever in the workplace'. The author was also told Meghan and her husband Prince Harry have found the claims 'distressing and upsetting', and that she is always 'kind and considerate'. Mr Scobie, the royal editor of Harper's Bazaar, regularly stands up for Meghan on social media and last night retweeted a series of positive messages backing her. Omid Scobie, royal editor at large for Harper's Bazaar and author of the Finding Freedom biography of the Sussexes, quoted a series of Meghan's friends who have stood up for her Meghan is pictured during her interview with Oprah Winfrey set to air on...
    US Capitol siege in Washington DC on January 6, 2021. Samuel Corum/Getty Images A Florida woman was arrested after threatening to shoot FBI agents investigating her ties to the Capitol siege. Suzanne Kaye, 59, was charged with one count of knowingly and intentionally transmitting in interstate commerce a communication containing a threat to injure a person. Kaye and her lawyer invoked the Fifth Amendment and will not speak to investigators during the case. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Florida woman who threatened to shoot members of the FBI during an ongoing investigation of her ties to the January 6 Capitol insurrection was arrested, according to the Department of Justice. Suzanne Kaye, 59, was charged with one count of knowingly and intentionally transmitting in interstate commercea communication containing a threat to injure a person. According to court filings, the FBI received a tip in mid-January suggesting she was present in the US Capitol during the January armed insurrection. When FBI agents reached out to Kaye, she denied being present in Washington, DC, at the time but...
    In the wake of allegations that Armie Hammer sent women creepy messages about rape, sucking blood, and cannibalism, an old interview that the actor did with Elle magazine has resurfaced online - with social media users calling out a story he told about a woman who tried to 'stab him during sex'. This weekend, screenshots of alleged DMs between Hammer, 34, and an anonymous woman who goes by House of Effie leaked on social media, purportedly showing Hammer claiming to be a 'cannibal' and saying he 'wants to eat' her. The screenshots were quickly followed by similar ones shared by other women, and now social media users are digging into the star's past interviews for more eyebrow-raising content — including one given to Elle in 2013 in which he detailed a violent sex encounter. New look: In the wake of allegations that Armie Hammer has sent women creepy messages, social media users are looking at an old Elle magazine interview with new perspective  Check this out: In the interview, Hammer said that when he was first on his old...
    (CNN)The woman who was caught on video falsely accusing the 14-year-old son of a popular Black musician of cell phone theft has been charged with two counts of attempted assault, New York police said.Miya Ponsetto, 22, of Piru, California, also faces attempted robbery and grand larceny charges as well as a charge of acting in a manner injurious to a child after an incident last month in New York, the New York Police Department said in an email. Ponsetto was arrested Thursday in Piru and has been extradited to New York, a spokesperson for the New York Police Department told CNN. The boy's father, jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold, posted a video on December 26 taken with his phone that shows the woman making claims against his son at the Arlo SoHo boutique hotel."The lady in this video assaulted my 14-year-old son and me as we came down from our room in the @arlohotels Arlo Soho to get breakfast," Harrold wrote in an Instagram post.NYPD releases video it says shows woman attacking Black musicians son after falsely accusing him of stealing...
    Sacha Baron Cohen has hit back at Rudy Giuliani's claims that the Borat honey trap video is a 'complete fabrication', saying 'heaven knows what he has done with other female journalists in hotel rooms'. The video, which is a scene from Baron Cohen's Borat sequel film that was released in full on Friday, shows Giuliani in a compromising position in a New York City hotel room alongside a young woman posing as a conservative TV reporter.  In the scene, President Trump's personal attorney is seen lying on the bed, tucking in his shirt with his hand down his pants as the woman, who plays Borat's daughter Tutar in the film, stands nearby.  After a snippet of the scene emerged earlier this week, Giuliani said he was only tucking in his shirt after removing his recording equipment and insisted that he was never 'inappropriate'.   In an interview on ABC's Good Morning America on Friday, Baron Cohen was asked to respond after Giuliani accused him of being a 'stone-cold liar'.  'I would say that if the president's lawyer found what he did there appropriate behavior, then heaven knows what he...
    Louise Glück, American poet, wins Nobel Prize in Literature 2020 Amazon moving Prime Day to October is the latest example of the e-commerce giants dominance of the retail calendar Exclusive Interview With Eboni K. Williams, First Black Woman To Join Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives Of New York City’ Cast The news is out! © Provided by Essence Media personality Eboni K. Williams has officially joined the cast of Bravo’s Real Housewives Of New York City, making her the first Black ‘housewife’ on the network's hit series. The move comes on the heels of network production insiders hinting back in August that they wanted to diversify the cast after six-season series regular Dorinda Medley announced she was leaving the show. "NYC is filled with successful and dynamic Black women,” Williams shared in a statement. “I’m excited to join this legendary franchise as the first Black housewife. Can’t wait to share a slice of life in this city that hasn’t been seen before. Anyone who’s aware of my work knows I don’t hold back. I’m going to keep it just as real here as...
    ATLANTA -- Video from a security camera caught an Atlanta woman who had been homeless for two years break out into a happy dance after acing a job interview.Kayallah Jones is the woman in the video. She can be seen walking out of a restaurant after interviewing for a waitressing job. She stops in the parking lot and quickly does a little happy dance."I was excited. When I got outside, I didn't know that the cameras caught me," Jones said to her local news station.Dakara Spence is the manager of the Atlanta restaurant. She interviewed Jones and says saw something in her.WATCH: Dad gets creative to cheer up his son during chemoEMBED More News Videos Click play to see this Texas dad's smooth moves and hear from his son about how his dad helps keep him positive. "She had like a great energy, I felt it when she walked in, she seemed really positive," Spence said.Spence decided to hire Jones."I called her phone and I said 'I'm going to hire you and I seen your happy dance, so you can...
    The cold case of Carole Baskin's first husband, Don Lewis, was magnified on the "Tiger King" docuseries, and while the big cat enthusiast continues to maintain her innocence in his alleged murder, a woman has come forward with new information. In an interview on the new CBS limited series "48 Hours Suspicion," Trish Farr-Payne says she believes her ex-husband Kenny Farr, who was Baskin's former handyman, may have played a role in Lewis' 1997 disappearance. Farr-Payne alleges in the interview that her ex instructed her not to talk about Lewis after he went missing in the late '90s. 'TIGER KING': FAMILY OF CAROLE BASKIN'S FIRST HUSBAND DON LEWIS OFFER $100G REWARD FOR INFO ABOUT HIS DEATH Carole Baskin, founder and CEO of Big Cat Rescue. (Netflix) "'Don's gone, and I don't want you talking about him,'" Farr-Payne alleges her ex-husband told her just before Lewis was reported missing. Farr's concerned ex-wife goes on to allege that the handyman brought home a large freezer with a padlock that ultimately went missing around the same time Lewis' disappearance became public. Farr told the outlet...
    Multiple colleges report new Covid-19 cases Casual dining chains like Ruby Tuesdays and Chilis are stuck in a state of limbo without a COVID-19 vaccine Watch: Woman aces Sheep Ranchs 16th hole ... with a putter There are few cooler places to make your first hole-in-one. © Provided by Golf Channel There are even fewer instances when that ace comes with a putter. Allison Koehnke, a 36-year-old mother of two from Salem, Ore., doesn’t play much golf. She told Golf Digest she gets in about six holes a week with her girlfriends. Her round Friday at Bandon Dunes’ newest course, the stunning Sheep Ranch, was her first 18-hole round of the year and among 72 holes she played with her husband, Drew, in two days at Bandon Dunes Resort. According to Golf Digest's Tod Leonard, Koehnke had been putting from 100 yards and in throughout the day in windy conditions, so when she arrived at the par-3 16th hole, her caddie, Graham Banks, grabbed the flatstick on the tee box, just over 100 yards away from the hole. With Banks...
    Jared Kushner laughed during a Friday afternoon interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour when she gave him the opportunity to apologize on behalf of President Donald Trump for spreading 'misinformation' about Kamala Harris' eligibility to be vice president.  'Look the president is about to do a press conference any minute I'll let the CNN reporters ask him about that,' Kushner said after a brief chuckle. 'Again, we've spent now just as much time on this as we had on the president's historic peace deal.'  At the White House briefing, Trump denied having an issue with a 'strong woman of color' being in the presidential race.  'As you know, none whatsoever,' the president said from the podium.  Jared Kushner (right) laughed during an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour (left) when she asked if he wanted to apologize on behalf of his candidate, President Donald Trump, for fanning the flames of a 'birther' theory about Sen. Kamala Harris, Joe Biden's running mate President Trump also said Friday that he had no problem 'whatsoever' with a 'strong woman of color' in the presidential...
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