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  • Crocodile takes woman during night swim in Australia

    A woman is feared dead after being seized by a crocodile during a late-night swim at a beach in northern Australia as her friend struggled to save her, police said Monday. The women went for a stroll on Thornton Beach on Sunday evening in the far north of Queensland state before making a fateful decision to take a dip in an area known to be infested with crocodiles. Senior Constable Russell Parker said the women -- Australians visiting the area -- were in the water when one of them was grabbed, with her friend desperately trying to drag her to safety.

    AFP 14 mins ago
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  • Body cam footage shows officer killing woman

    Body camera footage from an officer-involved shooting in 2014 was thrust into the state’s debate about the devices when the city of Greensboro opted to release the video this month. The video, which shows Officer Tim Bloch shooting and killing a woman armed with a knife, shows how body camera footage can be central to the public debate about whether officers acted appropriately. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and other departments across North Carolina say body camera footage is a personnel record, preventing police from releasing the video to the public. Jonathan Jones, the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition, said the legal foundation for making body camera footage a personnel record is shaky.

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  • TV News Anchor Maureen O'Boyle's Emotional Reaction Upon Hearing Her Rapist Wouldn't Be Paroled: 'I Had a Good Twelve Hours of Crying'

    Maureen O’ Boyle was getting ready to do a live tease for the afternoon news when she got the phone call she’d been nervously anticipating for weeks. An anchor for WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina, O’Boyle had worked tirelessly to keep her rapist in prison and was in the makeup room when someone from the parole board called. James E. Starling, now 53, was sentenced to 50 years in prison in 1986 for the rape of O'Boyle and another woman in Macon, Georgia.

  • A cautionary tale about Andrew Bynum (and possibly Hassan Whiteside)

    Andrew Bynum had is fully guaranteed multimillions. Now, he’s making headlines for looking like Wesley Snipes in Demolition Man and makes me wonder about this offseason with so much cash flooding the market who’ll be the next Bynum. Bynum, 28, is a cautionary tale for NBA teams especially when it comes to doling out max money to free agents with character questions.

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  • Kylie Jenner Goes on Bowling Date With PartyNextDoor, Gets Upset When He 'Deletes' Her

    Things are heating up quickly between the reality TV star and Canadian rapper.

    Entertainment Tonight
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  • Here's why Russians don't smile

    Here’s something that has always puzzled me, growing up in the U.S. as a child of Russian parents. Whenever I or my friends were having our photos taken, we were told to say “cheese” and smile. But if my parents also happened to be in the photo, they were stone-faced. So were my Russian relatives, in their vacation photos. My parents’ high-school graduation pictures show them frolicking about in bellbottoms with their young classmates, looking absolutely crestfallen. It’s not just photos: Russian women do not have to worry about being instructed by random men to “smile.” It is Bitchy Resting Face Nation, seemingly forever responding “um, I guess?” to any question the universe might pose. This

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  • Websites connect college students with ‘sugar daddies’ willing to pay the bills

    Candice Kashani graduated from law school debt-free this spring, thanks to a modern twist on an age-old arrangement. During her first year, she faced tuition and expenses that ran nearly $50,000, even after a scholarship. So she decided to check out a dating website that connected women looking for financial help with men willing to provide it, in exchange for companionship and sex – a “sugar daddy” relationship as they are known. Now, almost three years and several sugar daddies later, Kashani is set to graduate from Villanova University free and clear, while some of her peers are burdened with six-digit debts. As the cost of tuition and rent rises, so does the apparent popularity of such sites

    Miami Herald q
  • Zoo Witness Says Gorilla Was 'Protecting' Child

    Police said the boy's injuries were non-life-threatening.

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    Richmond Times-Dispatch

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