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    THE WWE have been hit with chaos behind the scenes with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's appearance in doubt. Rumours surfaced last year that Hollywood star and WWE legend The Rock was being eyed for a return to star at WrestleMania 39. 3The WWE face losing out on The Rock returningCredit: Getty 3The Rock was lined up for a WWE return to face Roman ReignsCredit: Getty The proposal would have seen him come back at Royal Rumble to set up a title match against champion Roman Reigns. But pro wrestling insider Dave Meltzer revealed a scheduling conflict looks to be ruling The Rock out. Meltzer said on on Wrestling Observer Radio: "Well, anything is possible, and [WWE] certainly could be—he could be keeping everything a secret from all but one or two people. "There is that possibility, but the word is that he does not have the time to get in shape—you know, we've talked about it from day one. "He's not going to do it, in his mind, if he's going to put on a...
    FAN FOOTAGE has now emerged that perfectly captures the disgusting kick aimed at Aaron Ramsdale plus the Arsenal star’s altercation with Richarlison. The disgraceful attack took place at full-time after the Gunners beat Spurs 2-0 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium thanks to a Hugo Lloris' own goal and Martin Odegaard. 3Richarlison and Aaron Ramsdale's clash was just the start of the chaotic scenesCredit: Getty 3Shock new footage has now provided another fresh look at the fan attacking the keeperCredit: Twitter 3The culprit kicked Ramsdale before scurrying back into the crowdCredit: Twitter Ramsdale bickered with opponent Richarlison at the end of the game and the forward angrily pushed the keeper in the side of the head. As a steward led the England international away to the edge of the pitch, a supporter climbed over the barricade in the Tottenham section and kicked the shot stopper as he reached down to grab his water bottle. Players from both sides then ran over to try and diffuse the tensed situation. Spurs have taken immediate action by condemning the fan's behaviour and vowed to issue...
    A Michigan Republican Party co-chair, who is under the cloud of a possible investigation over attempting to overturn the 2020 election results, is reportedly stepping aside but her GOP colleagues fear she is not done sowing seeds of discontent after she is gone. According to a report from the Daily Beasts Jon King, avid Donald Trump supporter Meshawn Maddock will reportedly not run for another term as a co-chair of the Michigan Republican Party in the wake of the "ass-kicking" the party received in the 2022 midterm election that saw Democrats gain a super-majority in the legislature. However, some Republicans think she is behind pushing her son-in-law, 22-year-old Parker Shonts, as a candidate for youth vice chair where he will continue her work elevating election conspiracies and disrupting plans for the 2024 election. As the Beasts King put it, some of Maddocks colleagues see Shonts as a "poison pill" designed to be forced "down the throat of the party faithful." According to King, "While the position itself is largely seen as ceremonial, and the vast majority of attention is being...
    The Buffalo Bills faced a great amount of difficulty gearing up for the Week 11 matchup, but they persevered and pulled off a beautiful win. The Buffalo Bills, quite literally, trekked through over six feet of snow and traveled a few hundred miles just to host the Cleveland Browns for Week 11. With all odds seeming to be against them, they persevered and pulled off a beautiful 31-23 win. The Bills aren’t having quite the season they’re hoping for. They won the AFC East the past two seasons in a row, and in the 2019-2020 season, they finished second slightly behind the New England Patriots. They’ve certainly developed well over the past few years as they made the playoffs in 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2021. Now, the Bills are struggling to climb to the top of the extremely competitive division. All teams are at .600 or above, and the Bills sit second behind the Miami Dolphins. This win against the Browns was certainly meaningful as they fight to rise above Miami. Buffalo was favored to win against the Browns, but...
    The cyclical nature of modern meme culture means that anything that’s blowing up the Twittersphere will be irrelevant within 3-5 business days (or, about as long as it takes to receive a package ordered from Bath & Body Works). In 2022, going viral is easy—anyone and anything can do it. But if you want real staying power? You’ve got to channel the gods. That takes a special combination of skill, charisma, comedy, and pure, unassailable destiny. With genuine humor lacking in modern viral videos, it’s no wonder that we often look back on the meme days of yore for the laughs we need. Believe it or not, there was a time when things became outrageously popular online without TikTok. To go viral pre-TikTok—and hell, pre-Vine—and still have people return to your content is a feat that only a handful of people have been able to pull off. Angela Julius is one of those people. You might know Julius from her YouTube channel, where she has been making modest, funny content about her day-to-day life in small-town Wisconsin for years. But...
    Hollywood royalty Nicole Avant has backed Rick Caruso to be Los Angeles' next mayor after her mother was killed in a home invasion - and crime and chaos continues to spiral in the city.   Avant, 54, served as President Obama's US ambassador to the Bahamas and is married to Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos.  But she has thrown her weight behind the newly-defected Democrat billionaire real-estate mayor hopeful Caruso - after her mother Jacqueline Avant was shot dead in her home after a night out with husband, legendary music executive Clarence Avant.  Avant told Bari Weiss' Substack, Common Sense, that she found it 'very insulting' when people told her she ought to vote for Karen Bass in the upcoming midterms just because she is also a black woman - despite her old boss Obama also endorsing the candidate.  Instead, Avant said that LA's rocketing crime problem demands a new mayor to fix the city's problems.   'This is like a breaking point. Who is in charge here? How is this happening?,' she told Common Sense. 'It's the drug addicts in front of people's houses, it's people naked...
    WENDY Williams' loyal staffers fear they'll be pushed out of new boss Sherri Shepherd's show. A source close to production exclusively told The U.S. Sun that there is concern from some staffers, who were brought on board to work on Sherri's talk show, that their jobs are not secure.  5Some staffers from Wendy Williams' show are concerned about their fate in their new gigCredit: Wendy Williams Show 5Sherri Shepherd took on several of Wendy's staffers including some more recognizable facesCredit: AP "Staffers for Sherri have been in her ear saying there should be some sort of loyalty test from The Wendy Williams Show holdovers," one source claimed.  Some faces particularly familiar to Wendy's audiences may have a real reason to be concerned.  Producers Suzanne Bass and Norman Baker frequently appeared on-screen for Wendy but they've remained strictly behind the scenes for Sherri.  Suzanne was The Wendy Williams Show's co-executive producer and Norman was Wendy's supervising producer.   Read More Wendy and SherriNOT SHERR-ING! Sherri issues warning to talk show host rival Jennifer Hudson on live TV'I'M VERY CONCERNED' Wendy's replacement Sherri...
    Donald Trump pulled more tricks out of his sleeve this week, leaving many to wonder what mental game the former president is running, notably in the Missouri Senate race. On the latest episode of The Daily Beast’s Fever Dreams podcast, host Will Sommer and guest host Anthony Fisher, senior opinion editor at The Daily Beast, discuss Trump’s latest maneuver—which, according to Sommer, will “echo throughout the ages.” Earlier this week, Trump announced his endorsement for the Missouri GOP Senate primary, but the problem was, he appeared to endorse two by throwing his support behind simply “Eric.” There were two contenders named Eric in the race: Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt and Eric Greitens, the one-time governor who resigned while under criminal investigation amid allegations of sexual assault. The news plunged Trumpworld into chaos. “It’s classic Trump and like an onion, there are many layers to this,” Fisher says. “My first thought was that it was just a straight-up troll and just a way to cause chaos and kind of a relatively novel way for Trump to insert himself into the...
    WOLVES' behind-closed-doors friendly with Levante descended into chaos as FOUR red cards were shown in the first half. Bruno Lage's side took on the LaLiga outfit in Benidorm as part of a training camp in Spain. 5Wolves' friendly against Levante descended into chaosCredit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uDzw7kSfdA 5The match was supposed to be a behind-closed-doors training game when things got heatedCredit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uDzw7kSfdA 5Bruno Lage was upset by the officiatingCredit: Getty 5Yerson Mosquera is escorted off the pitchCredit: Getty Wolves fell behind in the first half via a Roger Marti strike. But that was far from being the main incident of the first 45. Chaos ensued in the 34th minute when Wolves ace Yerson Mosquera took an almighty whack from Enis Bardhi while running down the right flank. The Colombian reacted angrily to the challenge in front of the Levante bench, with a melee quickly breaking out. Read More Football StoriesGET YOUR GOSS Neymar offered to Man City, Lewandowski's first day at Barca, Tielemans news More than 20 players, including substitutes from both benches, surrounded the incident, with plenty of pushing and shoving. Mosquera...
    (CNN)The French Senate cleared Liverpool fans of any responsibility in the Champions League Final chaos, instead blaming French decision-making, two senators told journalists in a press conference Wednesday presenting conclusions of a report on the violence. The Senate has not yet released the report publicly at the time of writing. Senator Laurent Lafon, president of the Culture, Education and Communication Commission -- which co-authored the report -- blamed the violent scenes at the final on "a series of malfunctions that occurred in a rather vague administrative and decision-making framework.""It is not the number of people present in the vicinity of the stadium that caused these malfunctions," he said. "It's not because there were Liverpool supporters who accompanied their team that things went badly."The senators placed responsibility on the lack of "anticipation" of several institutions, including the French police and European footballing association UEFA. Senator François-Noël Buffet, President of the Senate Law Commission which co-authored the report, pointed in particular to the failure of the screening process.Read More"It only took 10,000 to 15,000 people to make the screening process impossible. Even...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) is at the center of controversy due to newly-released audio that captures him slamming former President Donald Trump for a second time. According to HuffPost, the recorded remarks were reportedly made during the days that followed the chaotic and deadly insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.. Although many Republican lawmakers, including McCarthy, have publicly backed the former disgraced president, the audio suggests McCarthy was singing a very different tune behind Trump's back. In the audio —which was released by New York Times reporters, Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin, who also authored the newly-released book titled, This Will Not Pass— McCarthy could be heard saying, “What the president did is atrocious and totally wrong." The audio sheds light on a completely different perspective of McCarthy's take on the former president. Per HuffPost: "The audio shows McCarthy was in a much different frame of mind after the assault on the Capitol by Trump supporters. He said in the Jan. 8, 2021 recording that removing Trump via the 25th Amendment would take too long, and that...
    MISSION VIEJO, Calif. (KABC) -- A mountain lion spotted Tuesday night in a residential Orange County neighborhood could be Irvine's very own M317.M317 is the 100-plus-pound cougar seen in surveillance video causing chaos in an Irvine shopping center in late March -- even running into a building at one point.Nearly a month later, Diana Tarzi thought it was just another neighborhood pet making notifications pop up on her phone."So I said, probably another cat, and this one was a big cat," Tarzi said laughing.Tarzi reported the cougar to the Orange County Sheriff's Department.Mission Viejo Animal Services Supervisor, Kyle Werner, confirmed Wednesday, the "big cat" Tarzi's security camera caught was either Irvine's superstar or M316, another mountain lion collared within the last two months.Both M317 and M316 were under tracking for a study out of UC Davis, according to Werner.Werner said the animal was likely traveling through a flood control channel below Tarzi's home on Del Rey, connecting the beach to Saddleback Mountain."It isn't uncommon for them to pass through semi-residential areas using those green belts. It's usually in the evening,...
    THE Chelsea board are holding an emergency meeting after new sanctions were imposed on the club. Roman Abramovich has had his assets frozen by the government which means Chelsea are no longer able to carry out business as normal. 1Chairman Bruce Buck will host the emergency meetingCredit: Reuters But there are now fears the club could enter administration with restrictions on ticket and merchandise sales. Chairman Bruce Buck is set to chair the emergency meeting with Marina Granovskaia, Guy Laurence and Eugene Tenenbaum in attendance. More to follow... Read More on ChelseaBLUES NEWS Roman Abramovich club sale BANNED as assets FROZEN and club can't sell tickets Most read in SportCRIS GOODBYE Fuming Ronaldo increasingly intent on quitting Utd after showdown agent talksKICK FROM A ROSE Jake Paul 'splits from stunning Instagram model girlfriend Julia Rose'LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON Watch Ronaldo Jr replicate star dad with trademark skill and finishSEVERE BREAK Skateboarding icon Tony Hawk suffers broken leg & admits he may NEVER recover FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS ⚽ Read our Football News Live blog for breaking news, transfer...
    DATE: August-October 2021 PLACE: Kabul, Afghanistan; Dover Air Force Base, Delaware PHOTOGRAPHERS: Felipe Dana; Rahmat Gul; Carolyn Kaster ___ The men are shirtless, and they look cold, bewildered, lost. They are drug users waiting to be shaved at a drug treatment hospital after being detained during a raid by the Taliban, who once ruled Afghanistan and now, 20 years later, are in charge there again. It’s a powerful photo, both in composition and content. The same photographer, Felipe Dana, took another image in this collection — a portrait of Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, leader of the Taliban, who retook the Afghan capital after a chaotic U.S. departure in August. In one image during the days of that departure, taken by Rahmat Gul, an American Chinook helicopter is silhouetted against a bruised orange sky as smoke rises all around and a country that can’t seem to catch a break navigated another difficult time. On the other end of the equation, there was loss, too. Photographer Carolyn Kaster watched from behind her lens as Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover, 31, of...
    Elizabeth Holmes tried to appeal to Rupert Murdoch to ask him to stop the Wall Street Journal from publishing its expose revealing Theranos' alleged fraud, prosecutors told the court on Tuesday. Her trial also heard how the former CEO's lavish lifestyle and hunger for fame fueled the fraud. The 37-year-old's reputation as a high flying successful tech CEO began to unravel, as did her luxury lifestyle of private jets, high end hotels and a team of assistants to serve her every whim, after the WSJ began investigating Theranos in 2015. Seemingly panicked, Holmes turned directly to newspaper's owner Murdoch. In a 2015 email, she appeals to the News Corp's chairman to ask him to squash the articles suggesting Theranos' devices were flawed and inaccurate, and reminding him that he had recently invested $125 million in her company.   Court sketch of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes during cross examination on Tuesday  Prosecutors also argued that the hunger for fame and fortune were behind Holmes' decision to commit fraud Holmes' email included an attachment of a briefing document sent by her attorney David Boies...
    CARNEYS POINT, N.J. (CBS) — Police are urging people to be on the lookout for a group of armed kids and young adults from Delaware causing chaos in South Jersey. They have hit several areas in Salem County in only the last few weeks. Carneys Point police say the young suspects swarm around an unsuspecting victim before attacking them and taking their car, cash, or anything they can get their hands on. READ MORE: Edwin Allen Charged With Sexually Assaulting Woman In Upper Darby SEPTA Train TerminalSecurity video shows the moments three people rush into a gas station booth before taking off with part of the register and about $6,000 inside. It happened at the Conoco Gas Station on Route 130 in Carneys Point by the Deepwater Truck Terminal on Oct. 14 around 9 p.m. A worker says the three suspects were armed. Another robbery happened in broad daylight just a few days later at the J&J Carwash in Penns Grove. “It was pretty frightening,” J&J Carwash owner Jeff Robertson said. The owner of J&J Carwash says security video shows...
    ENGLAND have been ordered to play a match behind closed doors after fan trouble at the Euro 2020 final. Gareth Southgate's men won't have fans present for their next UEFA home match, which will likely be a Nations League contest next year. 1England will have to play a game behind closed doors after fan trouble at the Euro 2020 final at WembleyCredit: AP And the Three Lions were also hit with an £85,000 fine as well as a second match behind closed doors, which is suspended for two years. It comes after chaos at the Euro 2020 final at Wembley this summer when ticketless fans stormed the stadium. England lost to Italy on penalties in a game that was overshadowed by the poor behaviour. More to follow Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Rashford camp 'upset' by Solskjaer 'stick to football' comments - latestLive BlogFOOTIE NEWS Mourinho on Newcastle job, Mo Salah's proposed new £500k-a-week Liverpool dealLatestFOOTY PRAYERS Newcastle say fan who had suspected heart attack is 'stable & responsive'Live BlogNewcastle 2 Spurs 3 Eric Dier heads into own...
    During a Tuesday interview on Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) weighed in on testimony provided by top defense officials regarding the Afghanistan withdrawal. Lankford said that no matter who made the decision to withdraw and how the “chaos” and “calamity” in Afghanistan ultimately falls on President Joe Biden. “The challenge that you have is we watched what happened — 2,500 people were pulled out after Milley and others had said 2,500 should stay. They watched the walkaway from the embassy, which meant all the special immigrant visa holders had no place to go to actually get their paperwork processed. We watched them walk away from Bagram Air Force Base, which led to the chaos around the commercial airport there in Kabul. So, we see the results of them not leaving the 2,500. So, the argument becomes who made the call? The issue is the call was made by someone. That clearly is always on the president’s desk to be able to make that call. And we saw the direct result of that, and the chaos...
    SHEFFIELD UNITED’s plans for the new season are in chaos after the first-team squad was forced to self-isolate. A forward and reserve keeper tested positive for Covid-19 on a pre-season camp in Spain. 1Sheffield United boss Slavisa Jokanovic has been handed a Covid headache in the middle of United's pre-season preparationsCredit: AFP The duo were left behind while the rest of the squad was cleared to return to the UK. Players will self-isolate for ten days to check if they are also positive. The exiled pair face an anxious wait before they are allowed to travel. And the normal fitness programme has been replaced by home exercise. United have friendlies against Doncaster and Norwich before the August 7 kick-off. The news comes just days before Monday's 'Freedom Day', which will see pandemic restrictions lifted. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson’s plan to lift virtually all of England’s pandemic restrictions has been slammed as a risk to the world by 1200 scientists. Michael Baker - a professor of public health at the University of Otago and a member of the New Zealand ministry of...
    New York's iconic Washington Square Park has been hit by a fresh wave of crime that saw two people stabbed, an elderly cook attacked, and a man beaten and mugged. The Manhattan park saw two men, one aged 24, stabbed in the early hours of Saturday during a 10-person brawl, according to the New York Post. Around 50 people were dancing in the park - which is surrounded by upmarket homes - at 2:15am when an argument erupted, and spiraled into a stabbing.  One of the victims identified themselves to cops as 'Psycho Wilson' according to the New York Post, and has been uncooperative. A 21 year-old woman was also shoved to the ground, with all three victims expected to recover. Just two hours before that stabbing, a 43 year-old man filming an argument on his phone had the device snatched out of his hand, with his two attackers then punching him in the face and kicking him.  And on Saturday morning, a 77 year-old cook at the nearby Washington Square Diner was shoved into a plate glass window after...
    Nothing about this Washington Wizards’ season makes sense. Which is exactly what you expect from a team led by Russell Westbrook. In 2003 the NBA lengthened first-round playoff series from a best-of-5 to best-of-7, ensuring most of the league’s teams could bank on a few extra sellouts at premium postseason prices. Of course, from an entertainment standpoint — ya know, the people in the stands paying those premium prices — extending the series meant diluting the drama. Upping the burden on underdogs means stacking the deck in favor of the favorites. It’s the rich getting richer while others foot the bill. The NBA abhors missing any opportunity to wring out another buck, so this year there’s a new postseason wrinkle. Nature abhors a vacuum, so after years of sports talk lamenting top players taking control of their agency via the threat of free agency, Beal has emerged as the contrarian’s agita: a player wanting to stay with one team rather than asking out. Should Washington make the playoffs and maybe make some noise once they get there, the hope is...
    ANT and Dec finally confirmed that Saturday Night Takeaway was behind hilariously bizarre behaviour on ITV Daytime this week. Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women viewers had been left scratching their heads as the hosts of each acted oddly on Monday. 8Saturday Night Takeaway caused mischief on ITV Daytime on MondayCredit: ITV The likes of Susanna Reid, Holly Willoughby, Lorraine Kelly and Judi Love were left blurting out all manner of random words, which left many at home speculating the cheeky Geordie lads were somehow involved. Given their history with pranks on the show it wasn't a bad shout, in fact it was bang on the money. The lads settled the confusion tonight, saying: "Now a lot of people were speculating that it might have had something to do with Saturday Night Takeaway. 8Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard kickstarted the prankCredit: ITV 8Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were good sportsCredit: ITV "We'd like to make it very clear that those people...were absolutely right and all will be revealed later in the show." Viewers watched as Stephen Mulhern...
    A British society promoting Robin Hood has gained more than 33,000 Twitter followers in a day after people confused it with US stock trading app Robinhood. The World Wide Robin Hood Society is an online-based group that promotes the legendary heroic outlaw and his connections with Nottingham and Sherwood Forest. The organisation which uses the handle @RobinHood started yesterday with less than 400 followers but gained 33,000 in 24 hours and now has more than 37,000. It comes after traders using the Robinhood app faced with restrictions when trying to buy stocks as brokers began to curb trading of shares linked to the Reddit frenzy. Two women stand next to a bronze Robin Hood statue in Nottingham on October 9 last year Online trading platform Robinhood has restricted trading in stocks that have soared recently The Robin Hood Society tried to clear up the confusion among its new followers with a tweet yesterday which said: 'Lovely to have all these new followers. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    John Earle Sullivan, 26,  will be released on bail after being charged in relation to the siege of the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.  A left-wing activist charged over his role in the siege of the U.S. Capitol Building has made his first appearance in court.  John Earle Sullivan, 26, told CNN that he entered the Capitol during last Wednesday's siege merely to document the chaos, but was later arrested after video emerged purportedly showing him egging on the rioters.  Sullivan has been charged with one count of knowingly entering a restricted building, one count of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, and one count of interfering with law enforcement.  On Friday, he appeared via Zoom from a jail cell in Utah for his first court hearing.  A judge granted Sullivan bail on strict conditions, despite prosecutors pleading for him to remain behind bars until after Joe Biden's Inauguration.  As part of his release, Sullivan has been ordered to stay inside his home in Utah, and not travel to any protests, whether locally or in Washington, DC.  He will...
    EMMANUEL MACRON, a tinpot Napoleon in oversized boots, is this year’s panto villain . . . and he’s behind you, Boris. Luckily for our Prime Minister, his Tory MPs, ex-Labour rebels and his entire Cabinet — including Remainers — are right behind him, too. ⚠️ Read our Brexit live blog for the latest news & updates 5Emmanuel Macron the panto villain risks European stability with last-minute Brexit hijack They are all bound by the Brexit manifesto which won them an 80-seat majority just 12 months ago. But now we’re in the thick of it, they all want a full English Brexit with no French sauce. The fishing furore is a French red herring. This is not just a fight over coastal waters. We can’t catch all the fish in our seas. A sensible share-out could be easily sorted. The real quarrel is about why we voted to leave the EU in the first place — the freedom to operate as a sovereign nation state. What we absolutely won’t tolerate are EU ploys to bind us into its tangled web of rules and regulations...
    OAK PARK, Ill. (CBS) — The pandemic’s impact on the food and retail industry is devastating, but another less-talked about sector of society that’s taken a hit is the arts. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory shows us one way to support two groups from the comfort of your couch. The song and dance of life may consume us, but take note: inside Oak Park’s Unity Temple, time stands still. “It immediately gives you a sense of, I think, calm and serenity,” said Heidi Ruehle, executive director of the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation. Details in the 1908 creation reveal themselves the longer you stare; from geometric shapes to lines that draw the eyes upwards. Ruehle said architect Frank Lloyd Wright “uses this yellow palette to really brighten up the space,” and was intentional in his window placement to block sound from the outside. “Rather than the traditional stained glass windows low down where the congregation sits, instead they’re up high. So it brings in lots of lights, and shadows, and reflections,” she said. It’s quite literally a wonder, joining the...
    U.S. border authorities received inconsistent guidance on how to split up migrant families during the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy in 2018, with some officials instructing subordinates not to separate children under 5 from their parents and others not outlining any age exceptions, according to previously undisclosed documents obtained by Congress. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents in central Texas were told not to separate minors with mental or physical disabilities and those under 5, while officers in El Paso were instructed to leave one parent with children who were 4 or younger or in poor health and did not speak Spanish, according to the documents. A May 2018 memo for border officers in southern California did not include any exceptions to family separations. The newly disclosed documents were obtained by the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee and included in a 551-page report released Thursday detailing the findings of a nearly two-year-long committee investigation. The documents provide additional evidence about the faulty implementation of the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy, which was eventually reversed after judicial intervention and massive public outcry....
    A melee erupted after the fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention on Thursday, after a large group of rioters attacked police officers who were attempting to make an arrest. In the beginning of the video, a row of bike police are holding a position with protesters to their front. A male and female protester can be seen and heard taunting the police and asking them various questions. Then, a police officer further down the line points out a female protester and takes off after her to make an arrest. The officers take the woman to the ground and begin dragging her back to ward the bike row so they can safely cuff her. However, before they can get her back behind the bike line, a man grabs the officer from behind and slings him to the ground. A clash then ensues as rioters struggle to free the woman from the police. It is unclear why officers pointed the woman out and attempted to apprehend her. It also isn’t clear from the video whether they were able to...
    No PUSHING! Don’t grab my TAIL, you dirty horde of beans! Chances are you’re playing Fall Guys if you find yourself screaming some combination of these words. Dozens of colorful beans bumping into each other and grabbing each others’ butts has unexpectedly taken the gaming world by storm. Fall Guys has sold over 2 million copies since it was released on Aug. 4. While battle royale games are already well known, and many believed the formula has been perfected by Fortnite, suddenly a bunch of beans stumbling over each other seems to have found a new direction for the genre that is both unexpected and delightful. But why does Fall Guys work so well, and what about its design is able to find the sweet spot between skill and chaos that feels frustrating in the best way possible? As a game designer, I want to walk you through what is happening here, and how I think the team achieved it. What is Fall Guys? The concept is simple: 60 colorful little beans with arms and legs, stuffed...
    Video from Monday night showed the wreckage and destruction left behind after looters stormed into dozens of stores and took off with stolen goods, leaving behind a trail of debris. One video showed tables overturned and boxes splayed out across Broadway as police attempted to institute an 11 p.m. curfew. Roving gangs spread out in Midtown after a mostly peaceful demonstration over the death of George Floyd that took place across the city earlier in the day. Mayor de Blasio said that the curfew would continue tomorrow and start at 8 p.m.
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