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Sep 27, 2016

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  • How Clinton Beat Trump in Their First Debate, By the Numbers

    The Democrat takes a page out of the Republican’s playbook.

  • Accused of assaulting employee for working too slowly, her trip to prison is fast

    BELLEVUE, Ohio —  A woman accused of assaulting a McDonald's employee for working too slowly has been sent to prison for violating probation for a previous offense. Mary Jordan, 33, of Sandusky, Ohio, was on probation after serving a 20-month prison term received in March 2014 for two counts of complicity to commit forgery when she was arrested in connection with the June 8 McDonald's assault. Jordan smiled widely in her police mugshot and was charged with one misdemeanor count each of assault and child endangerment in the Bellevue incident. She was sentenced Aug. 26 to seven months in prison for violating terms of her probation in the 2014 case. Jordan and two other Sandusky women, Ashley England

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  • After husband forgets lunch, wife throws it from the BALCONY and INTO his car

    Attention NBA! Attention Olympics! Attention everyone on the internet! This woman is destined for athletic greatness after having “swished” a sandwich into a…

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  • Swizz Beatz Hit With $42M Lawsuit for Supercar Fraud

    The hip-hop star allegedly scammed a company by selling leased Ferraris and Bentleys.

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  • Real Housewives of Miami's Alexia Echevarria Is 'Heartbroken Over the Sudden Passing' of Late Husband Herman Echevarria

    Real Housewives of Miami's Alexia Echevarria is "heartbroken over the sudden passing of" her late husband Herman, who was found dead Monday morning. According to Miami Police Department Officer Cedano, Herman was found dead in his apartment at the Epic Hotel on Monday morning. Alexia, who starred on RHOM from 2011 to 2013, took to Instagram on Monday afternoon to address the recent passing of Herman, who she separated from in 2015.

  • Bruce Springsteen Comes Clean About Divorce from Julianne Phillips: “My poor handling of this is something I regret to this day”

    In his memoir “Born to Run,” out today, Bruce Springsteen comes clean about his affair with Patti Scialfa and his divorce from first wife Julianne Phillips with his usual grace and aplomb. Bruce, you know, is a gentleman. But he brings it all up, and we want to know… First of all Bruce says his marriage to Phillips, eleven years his junior, was marked by his anxieties and distrust. “One evening, while I sat across from my beautiful wife in an upscale Los Angeles eatery, a conversation formed silently inside my head. There, as we politely chatted by candlelight, hand in hand, a part of me tried to convince myself that she was simply using me to further her career or to get . . . something,” he

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  • Scientists Are Freaking Out Over This 25-Year-Old's Solution to Superbugs

    After three years of research, a Ph.D. student at the University of Melbourne may have discovered a way to kill superbugs without the use of antibiotics. Shu Lam believes that she has found the key to averting a health crisis so severe that the United Nations recently declared it a "fundamental threat" to global health. Antibiotic-resistant superbugs kill about 170,000 people a year and, according to a British study, are estimated to kill up to 10 million people a year by 2050 and cost the world economy $100 trillion. "If we fail to address this problem quickly and comprehensively, antimicrobial resistance will make providing high-quality universal healthcare coverage more difficult if not impossible," UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told The Guardian.

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  • High-Ranking Air Force Colonel Accused of Rape Found Dead in Colorado Home: Police

    A top-ranking colonel in the Air Force Space Command who was facing a court martial for rape was found dead in his Colorado home early Sunday, the Air Force confirms to PEOPLE. On Sunday at 12:31 a.m., police responded to a report of a suicide and found the body of Col. Eugene Caughey, 46, in his off-base residence, Colorado Springs Police Sgt. Tim Stankey confirms to PEOPLE. Caughey joined the Air Force in 1993 and was currently assigned as an Air Force Space Command special staff member, according to a press release issued by Colorado's Peterson Air Force Base.


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