Jul 19, 2018
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July 20th marks 20 years since Hallie & Annie met at Camp Walden! View Entire Post ›
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Edgar Hansen was given a suspended sentence of 364 days in jail in exchange for his guilty plea to 4th-degree assault with sexual motivation. Will undergo sexual deviancy evaluation »
'Deadliest Catch' star admits to sexually abusing teen
Trump: Biden would be my 'dream' opponent
Reagan was a patriot. What would you call Trump?
WWE stars' powerful statement about Hogan's return
Wells Fargo's sell-or-be-fired goal is alive and well
This eccentric star hopes to lead Texas back to glory
Actress calls out 'insulting' parenting double standard
Maxine Waters: 'Armed protests' against me soon
How 'Mask of Zorro' flipped the Hollywood script
How the Lakers may have won the Kawhi blockbuster
Another day, another awkward FLOTUS facial expression.
There's a reason goliath groupers are called the garbage disposals of the sea — they eat everything in sight, including sharks apparently. A group of fishermen were able to witness a 500-pound grouper's "rare" meal during a fishing trip off the coast of Everglades City, Florida, last week. Captain Jimmy Wheeler with Everglades Fishing Company watched as someone in his group caught a 3-foot shark. As the fisherman started reeling the creature in, a large shadow appeared. Wheeler instantly knew what was going to happen next. "Watch this. You guys are going to freak out," Wheeler warned. "He just sucked it in. I don't remember ever seeing anything this crazy." - Michelle Wheeler Suddenly, an open-mouthed
The comedian said he has spoken to Locklear in the wake of his sister-in-law Kate Spade's death last month, and it comes at a time when Locklear herself is struggling.
A flame-haired female Russian student was a Kremlin spy who offered sex as she sought to make influential connections in the US political system, a court heard. Maria Butina, 29, took part in a "years-long conspiracy" to secretly advance the interests of the Russian government in America, it was alleged. Butina appeared in court in Washington on Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy, and acting as a foreign agent, which carry a possible 10-year jail term. Dressed in an orange jump suit, and pink training shoes, she showed little emotion and said nothing, taking copious handwritten notes during a lengthy hearing. Judge Deborah Robinson denied bail, saying there was no other way to prevent Butina seeking diplomatic refuge at the Russian Embassy. Maria Butina in a picture from her Facebook page The court was shown an FBI surveillance photograph of Butina having dinner with a Russian intelligence officer at a restaurant called Bistro Bis in Washington. Prosecutors said there were also photographs of her with Sergey Kislyak, the former Russian ambassador. For several years Butina had been studying at American University in Washington, and she also became a high profile pro-gun activist, telling how she learned to hunt wolves and bears in Siberia. In a 29-page complaint, which read like an extract from a spy novel, prosecutors alleged that was a cover story. At one point she had been praised by her Kremlin handler for “upstaging” the former Russian spy Anna Chapman, it was alleged. Maria Butina in a picture from her Facebook page Ms Chapman, a red-haired Russian intelligence agent, was expelled from the US in 2010 and has since become a celebrity in Russia. After a series of news articles were published about Butina's gun activism a Russian official wrote to her: "Good morning! How are you faring there in the rays of the new fame? Are your admirers asking for your autographs yet? "You have upstaged Anna Chapman. She poses with toy pistols, while you are being published with real ones.” Through her gun activism Butina had her photograph taken with a string of high profile Republican figures including state governors Scott Walker, Rick Scott and Bobby Jindal, Senator Rick Santorum, and National Rifle Association chief executive Wayne LaPierre. A courtroom sketch depicts Maria Butina, in orange suit listening to her attorney Robert Driscoll as he speaks to Judge Deborah Robinson during a hearing in federal court in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Credit: Dana Verkouteren/AP She also asked Donald Trump a question about Russia following his speech at a National Prayer Breakfast event in February last year. In another message she was praised by a Russian official for being a ”daredevil” after she shared a photograph of herself near the US Capitol on Mr Trump's Inauguration Day. Butina wrote back: “Good teachers!” Prosecutors alleged Butina developed a relationship with a 56-year-old American. He was named in court only as "Person 1" but US media reported that he was a Republican strategist. In papers seized by the FBI, Butina allegedly “complained about living” with the older man and “expressed disdain for continuing to cohabitate” with him, according to prosecutors. Maria Butina in a picture from her Facebook page It was also alleged that Butina offered another person “sex in exchange for a position within a special interest organisation”. The FBI also allegedly found a hand-written note with the words "How to respond to FSB offer of employment”. The FSB is the successor to the KGB. In her communications Butina repeatedly referred to a billionaire Russian oligarch as her "funder," prosecutors alleged. Butina was arrested after the FBI suspected she might trying to leave the country. Robert Driscoll, Butina's lawyer, told the court she denied wrongdoing. He said: "There's a completely innocent explanation. She’s accused of having dinner at Bistro Bis. She’s accused of going to political events. She’s accused of going to the Capitol on Inauguration Day."
A celebrity plastic surgeon known as Dr Bumbum has gone on the run in Brazil after a woman died following a procedure to enlarge her bottom. Denis Furtado, 45, is believed to have given acrylic glass filler injections to Lilian Calixto, 46, at his home in Rio de Janeiro. Police launched a manhunt after Dr Furtado disappeared following the patient’s death.
Karlie Redd dropped a new single Wednesday ... but that was quickly forgotten when her BF popped the question. Karlie was hosting a party for her new single, "Ferrari Karlie," at Atlanta club Buckethead Loft when her now soon-to-be husband got down on bended knee and proposed. The pair has only been dating for few months -- he's her first relationship since she split with Grammy-nominated producer Sean Garrett. There's not a whole lot of info available about Redd's new man ... but his name is apparently Mo, and he goes by Arkansas Mo on Instagram. Karlie seemed a little more interested in the box the ring came in at first. It's pretty cool ... it displayed a bunch of pictures on an LED screen
A Golden Retriever seemed like he couldn’t wag his tail fast enough after finding out that his human, Army pilot Zack Vohaska, was home once again after serving overseas. And witnesses to the tender moment captured it on video. Vohaska returned to Woodstock, Illinois after being in Afghanistan and decided to surprise his dog, Buddy, after the pair was separated for six months, Fox 32 Chicago reported. As the serviceman disguises himself beneath a pile of pillows and blankets on the couch, Buddy comes into frame and seems to smell something familiar. Buddy continues to poke his nose in the couch as his tail seems to wag faster and faster. The pooch can hardly contain himself as he soon discovers
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