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  • Prince's Death Investigation Has Taken a Grim Turn

    This week, as investigators look into Prince’s tragic death at the age of 57, new details have emerged that appear to paint a tragic picture. This news came shortly after a TMZ report claimed that Prince’s emergency landing days before his death was caused by a drug overdose. Today, the county sheriff investigating the death has asked for help from the Drug Enforcement Administration, as prescription painkillers were found in Prince’s possession when he died.

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  • Thailand gang attacks U.K. family on video

    BANGKOK -- A British couple and their son were savagely attacked during a family vacation in Thailand in the latest blow to the country's image as a welcoming tourist paradise. Police said Thursday they have arrested the four suspected attackers. A video of the attack, which was captured by overhead security cameras and posted this week on social media, has stirred shock and outrage over its brutality and the ages of the victims, a 65-year-old woman and 68-year-old man from Scotland and their 43-year-old son. The attack is the latest act of violence against tourists in the Southeast Asian country. In the video the family is seen walking down a crowded street in the beach town of Hua Hin on the

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  • Florida Teens Lost at Sea Sent Ominous Snapchat to Friends: 'We're F'd' – Inside Their Final Hours

    Two Florida teens who vanished while fishing together at sea last summer may have sent the message, “We’re f’d,” to friends on Snapchat as weather conditions turned bad. A trove of 128 pages of social media posts, investigative reports, cell phone tower records, interview notes and FBI emails released this week by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission paint the picture of an idyllic day on the water turned tragedy for two Tequesta teenagers and everyone who loved them. Documents filed by various investigators show that the boys, 14-year-old Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos, woke up around 9 a.m. on the morning of July 24 at the home of Carly Black, Austin’s mother.

  • Kim Jong-Un Has A 'Pleasure Squad' Of Teenage Girls Who Follow Him Around The World

    Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered a new ‘pleasure squad’ of teenage girls to serve his every whim. The North Korean leader originally stopped the practice – which has been employed in the country for decades – following the death of his father and predecessor, Kim Jong-il, in 2011. Toshimitsu Shigemura, a professor at Tokyo’s Waseda University and an authority on North Korean affairs, told The Telegraph, that at first Kim Jong-un stopped the practice because he didn’t trust the girls.

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  • 'Property Brothers' Star Jonathan Scott Gets in a Bar Fight

    ET confirms that the reality renovator was involved in a scuffle in Fargo, North Dakota.

  • The Inside Of This Sunken Cruise Ship Is Creepy.


    Take a look at what they found inside… (Photos Inside)

  • Teen sentenced to 3-15 years in tow truck driver's death

    Just before Jason Schultz left his home Jan. 15, he told his son “he’d be right back." But the 28-year-old man never returned from towing a vehicle out of the ditch, and his children still watch for their dad to come home, said his widow, Amanda Schultz. “They lost their hero,” she said Friday in Circuit Judge Daniel Kelly’s courtroom. Jason Schultz’s widow, his parents and siblings addressed Kelly in a packed courtroom Friday during the sentencing for the Fort Gratiot teen charged in Jason's death. Eighteen-year-old Trent Sheldon was sentenced to 3 to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty March 1 to operating while intoxicated causing death. He also was ordered to pay restitution to Cody

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  • Rubio starting to accept a Trump nomination?

    It seems like more and more Republicans are coming to terms with the prospect of a Donald Trump presidential nomination — even Marco Rubio. Rubio, whose clashes with Trump during the campaign included jibes about the size of hands and other body parts, is now telling people that the businessman's performance has improved significantly, and expressed concerns about the possibility of a contested GOP convention in July. “I do think it's valid to argue to delegates: 'Look, let’s not divide the party,'" Rubio told Miami radio host Jimmy Cefalo, reports the Tampa Bay Times. "You have someone here who has all these votes, very close to ... 1,237, let’s not ignore the will of the people or they’re going to be angry,'" Rubio said.

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  • Man Blocks Police Speed Camera With Car Boot, Heads To Pub

    A man has come up with an ingenius way of stopping a police speed camera from catching drivers in the act - parking his car behind it, and blocking it with his open boot. A nearby resident promptly posted the image on Imgur with the caption: “Someone just parked in front of a speed camera, lifted his boot so nobody could get caught speeding.

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