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Thursday, November 14, 2019

2 Colorado Officers Who Shot Black Teen In The Back Won't Be Charged In His Death

Body cam footage shows 19-year-old De’Von Bailey getting shot in the back as he ran from police. A grand jury said the officers were justified in killing him. Source: Huffingtonpost feed

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Colbert Takes a Gleeful Look at the First Day of Public Trump Impeachment Inquiry Hearings (Video)

On Wednesday, Stephen Colbert gleefully recounted the first day of public hearings in the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry, and also took a moment to make fun of Trump’s family relationships in the process. “It’s finally here. It’s finally arrived. The first day of live impeachment hearings,” Colbert said during his “The Late Show” monologue. “It’s what we’ve been praying for since the beginning of the Trump presidency: The end of the Trump presidency.” Colbert then jumped into the hearings, which he said were “as dramatic as they were historic,” and joking “it was the biggest ratings hit for C-SPAN 3…

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Wants Case Dismissed, Grand Jury Didn't See Videos

Cuba Gooding Jr. is outraged he was indicted by a grand jury that NEVER saw multiple videos of the alleged incidents of sexual misconduct. Cuba’s attorney Mark Jay Heller filed a motion to dismiss the 6-count indictment against him in NYC.… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Colbert Shows Off His ‘Impeachment Tree’ to Celebrate the Public Trump Impeachment Hearing (Video)

On Tuesday’s “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert spent plenty of time celebrating what he called “impeachment eve” — the night before the House of Representatives’ first public hearings in the ongoing Donald Trump impeachment inquiry, scheduled to begin Wednesday morning. And alongside an amusing parody of Any Williams’ “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” Colbert also celebrated the holiday by showing off his impeachment tree, which of course was a regular Christmas tree, but decorated with impeachment-themed ornaments. Colbert began by noting the arctic blast currently bringing freezing temperatures to most of the United States. “A snap in…

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Survivors Sue Event Organizers, Security

An attorney for five survivors says festival organizers failed to secure the event’s perimeters and to protect people from “the foreseeable risks of mass shootings.” Source: Huffingtonpost feed

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Popeyes Stabbing Suspect's Name Released, Warrant Out for Arrest

The guy who allegedly stabbed someone to death at a Popeyes on the East Coast has been ID’d by cops — and now they’re looking to bring him in on murder charges. The Prince George’s County Police Department in Maryland say they believe 30-year-old… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

YK Osiris Denies Allegation He Assaulted His Girlfriend

YK Osiris vehemently denies allegations he choked and bit his girlfriend at his birthday party … and the singer claims he has witnesses ready to testify on his behalf. We broke the story … Osiris was arrested last week in Atlanta on a felony… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Disney+: How Bob Iger Is Betting His Company’s Future on Your Nostalgia

Disney’s long-awaited streaming service is finally here — but do fans love Mickey enough to validate Bob Iger’s billion-dollar gamble? During his tenure as CEO, Iger has assembled the Avengers, lassoed Sheriff Woody and even conquered a galaxy far, far away. Now, he is going to need all of them to come together to help Disney tackle its greatest challenge yet: to topple Netflix for streaming superiority. Disney+ is bringing an onslaught of content that includes originals like the “Star Wars” spinoff “The Mandalorian” and a new “High School Musical” series. Oh, there’s also “Lady and the Tramp,” Disney’s latest…

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Monday, November 11, 2019

Doctor Performed Hysterectomies, Other Surgeries Without Women's Consent: Feds

One woman’s fallopian tubes were allegedly “burnt down to nubs” after going to Javaid Perwaiz for treatment. Source: Huffingtonpost feed

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Monday, November 11, 2019

Netflix’s Ted Saranados Hints at ‘Permanent’ Reopening of NYC’s Historic Paris Theater

Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos on Sunday hinted that the company was seeking a “more permanent” revival of New York City’s historic Paris Theater, Manhattan’s last single-screen cinema which shuttered as a commercial theater in August. The streaming giant, which reopened the Paris this month for a one-month awards-season theatrical run of Noah Baumbach’s drama “Marriage Story,” is an unlikely savior of the 581-seat art-house theater located in Midtown Manhattan across from the Plaza Hotel. “We were able to reopen the Paris Theater for this run of ‘Marriage Story,’” Saranados said as he introduced the New York premiere of…

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