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    CHICAGO (AP) — Two brothers stand at the center of the case that prosecutors will lay before jurors when the trial of Jussie Smollett begins this week. The 39-year-old former “Empire” actor, who is Black and gay, contends he was the victim of a racist and homophobic assault in downtown Chicago in January 2019. The siblings, who worked with him on the TV show, say he paid them $3,500 to pose as his attackers. Smollett is accused of lying to police about the alleged attack and has been charged with felony disorderly conduct. A class 4 felony, the crime carries a sentence of up to three years in prison but experts have said it is more likely that if Smollett is convicted he would be placed on probation and perhaps ordered to perform community service. The trial starts with jury selection Monday in a Chicago courtroom and is expected to last a week. It is not known whether Smollett will testify. But the siblings, Abimbola and Olabinjo Osundairo, will take the witness stand. They are expected to repeat what they...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Monday Night Football was a big of a mess for the NFL this week. While the league is always happy to welcome any and every kind of controversy, the large majority of fans are left with a negative feeling toward the NFL after a taunting penalty played a major role in the outcome of the Steelers’ 29-27 win over the Bears. A new report from Mark Maske of The Washington Post indicates that the league is standing by that controversial taunting penalty, which is no surprise. Cassius Marsh sauntering toward the opposing sideline in a menacing way may not have actually threatened anybody, but it certainly fits the NFL’s definition of taunting, which is a point of emphasis this year. Of course the NFL will side with itself in this matter. Though many fans can’t stomach that such an “offense” is illegal … it is nevertheless illegal. What’s actually troubling about Maske’s report is that the NFL is lying to all of us. And as usual, the NFL doesn’t really care. The obvious dishonesty comes from...
    Ric Flair makes a statement concerning recent allegations brought up on Dark Side of the Ring. WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair has made a public statement after recent sexual assault allegations have surfaced after an episode of Dark Side of the Ring. The latest episode entitled ‘The Plane Ride from Hell’ chronicles the events that took place during a WWE chartered plane trip from the United Kington to Arizona in 2002. The trip was immediately following WWE Insurrextion, a pay-per-view event. The episode specifically details the story of Heidi Doyle, a flight attendant who was aboard the infamous flight. Doyle explained in the episode that many wrestlers were highly intoxicated before the flight took off, and many of them engaged in inappropriate behavior.Ric Flair appears to deny recent sexual assault allegationsDoyle also alleges that Flair inappropriately approached her at one point of the flight while wearing nothing but his famous wrestling robe. The backlash of these allegations has sent shock waves across wrestling. On Monday, Flair published a statement on Twitter in which he appears to deny these allegations. pic.twitter.com/8L2ovXNgQe...
    Larry Elder, the conservative radio talk show host seen by many as the favorite to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom should he be recalled, is under fire after his ex-fiancé says he showed her a gun during an argument.   Alexandra Datig's accusation, first reported by Politico, comes with less than four weeks until the September 14 election and at a time when mail-in ballots already have arrived at voters' homes.  Datig, 51 and a longtime Los Angeles resident, said she worked on Elder's show and they lived together during their 18-month romantic relationship from 2013 to 2015.  A letter and other records provided by Datig to The Associated Press - including an April 6, 2015, email in which she wrote about the collapse of their engagement - allegedly sketch a portrait of an emotionally abusive relationship in which Elder routinely was using medicinal marijuana to excess.  Larry Elder, the conservative radio talk show host seen by many as the favorite to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom should he be recalled, is under fire after his ex-fiancé Alexandra Datig says...
    New York | Authorities say the famous New York Sammelier has been accused of setting fire to terraces at rival restaurants. Caleb Cancer, 35, was caught on security cameras, setting fire to wooden structures set up outside by two restaurants, one in January and the other in July, New York firefighters said. The facility, which has been augmented to home restaurants during epidemics in the Big Apple corridor, was damaged, but no one was injured in the disaster, firefighters said Wednesday. As all three incidents take place from midnight to 4:30 p.m., the film was also filmed setting fire to a garbage dump in June. Caleb Cancer, who was named the best cook of 2017 by the prestigious “Food and Wine” magazine, has been charged with two counts of fire and other offenses, including endangering others. The New York Fire Department, co-director of the luxury New York wine bar at Supernatural Wine Company, Mr. The cause of the fire caused by the cancer was not established. The restaurant later told The New York Times that Summer was on vacation....
    Natalie Mariduena and David Dobrik were childhood friends. Presley Ann/Getty Images for Oh Polly Natalie Mariduena confirmed that she was "standing by [Dobrik] 100%" following his controversies. She said in a recent podcast that Dobrik "just happened to be there" when an alleged rape occurred. Mariduena and Dobrik were childhood friends, with Mariduena later working as his assistant. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. David Dobrik's childhood friend Natalie Mariduena spoke publicly for the first time about the criticism he faced earlier this year when a member of the Vlog Squad was accused of rape. She discussed her relationship with Dobrik in the latest episode of the "BFFs" podcast released on Wednesday, which is hosted by TikTok star Josh Richards and Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy. When Portnoy asked her about the allegations and subsequent backlash against Dobrik, she responded, "It's tough, and I've never talked about it publicly." She went on to defend Dobrik, who recently returned to YouTube after a three-month hiatus. Mariduena said, "I know him the best out of everybody and I think...
    Aliaga recorded himself confronting Dobrik and his former assistant Natalie Mariduena. Javier Aliaga/YouTube Javier Aliago posted an Instagram video confronting David Dobrik, who he used to call his idol. He pressed Dobrik and his ex-assistant about allegations the Vlog Squad gave underage girls alcohol. Dobrik walked away, and Aliaga said he was "shocked" by the response. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A video has emerged of a former fan confronting YouTube star David Dobrik over his role in the events that led to a rape allegation against Dominykas Zeglaitis, aka Durte Dom, who was a member of Dobrik's YouTube collective the Vlog Squad. Vlogger Javier Aliaga, who describes Dobrik as his former "number one idol" on Instagram, has a YouTube following of 7,000 subscribers, and over 11,000 Instagram followers. On Monday, he posted a video of himself confronting Dobrik and his former assistant Natalie Mariduena to his Instagram account. In the video, Aliaga can be seen approaching Mariduena as she leaves the car with David, asking in relation to the night that led to the allegations...
    MTV The Challenge “The Challenge: All Stars” is available in its entirety on Paramount Plus and has been for some time now but the fallout of some of the moves on the season is still being felt, notably the breakdown of the friendship between Jisela Delgado and Aneesa Ferreira. While Jisela has been very vocal about her perspective of what went down on the show, Aneesa has just spoken about the situation for the first time since the episodes were released on the streaming platform. During the seventh episode of “All Stars,” things got heated between Jisela and Aneesa after Aneesa voted for Nehemiah Clark to go into elimination instead of Yes Duffy, who Jisela wanted. During the episode, Jisela confronted Aneesa about betraying their friendship and she also slammed the veteran Challenger after the show on social media. On “The Challenge Aftermath,” Jisela clarified that the issue wasn’t due to the vote change in the game but because she felt that Aneesa always had a storyline on the show of becoming best friends with a costar and...
    Russia's spy chief has denied responsibility for the SolarWinds cyber attack but admitted he was 'flattered' by the accusations from the US and Britain. The hack, described by Microsoft as the 'most sophisticated cyber attack ever,' was uncovered in December - a breach of software company SolarWinds which exposed their numerous high value clients, including nine US government agencies and a raft of Wall Street's biggest firms. Washington and London pointed the finger at Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), successor to the KGB. 'These claims are like a bad detective novel,' SVR Director Sergei Naryshkin, a close ally of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin, told the BBC on Tuesday. 'These claims are like a bad detective novel,' SVR Director Sergei Naryshkin, a close ally of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin , told the BBC on Tuesday Asked directly if the SVR was responsible for the SolarWinds attack, Naryshkin quipped with a smile that he would be 'flattered' if the SVR had been responsible for such a sophisticated attack but that he could not 'claim the creative achievements of others as his...
    Tucker Carlson on Monday night doubled down on his claim that Democrats were deliberately 'importing' migrants to the United States to make the electorate more likely to vote them into power, laughing off the Anti Defamation League's labeling of him as a white supremacist. Carlson sparked anger on Thursday by discussing 'replacement theory' - the idea that the electorate was being engineered, via immigration. 'I know that the left and all the gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term 'replacement', if you suggest that the Democratic party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people, more obedient voters, from the Third World.' The ADL accused Carlson of 'open-ended endorsement of white supremacist ideology'. Yet the Fox News host was unrepentant, devoting 20 minutes of his hour-long show on Monday night to the defense of his views. Tucker Carlson on Monday night doubled down on his 'replacement theory' of elections 'A nation's leadership admitting they hope to replace their own citizens? It seems grotesque,' he said. But he...
    Filmmaker Cullen Hoback and Jim Watkins in Washington, D.C. on January 6.Courtesy of HBO Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.Over the course of his new six episode HBO documentary, Into The Storm, filmmaker Cullen Hoback exhaustively details the intrigue and shadowy players involved in the QAnon conspiracy theory. As CNN’s Brian Lowry explains, “Hoback appears determined not to leave any stones unturned.” The documentary is comprehensive and does flip a lot of stones. Hoback leverages sustained access to key players in the QAnon movement to tell a story about one of the most consequential disinformation operations of the Trump era. He does, however, pass on overturning one rather large stone: chief Q-enabler Jim Watkins’s history of running an internet company that has profited off child porn themes. The omission deprives HBO’s audience of key information on Watkins’s past, especially given his prominent role in movement seeking vengeance against a supposed cabal of elite liberal pedophiles. QAnon is a conspiracy movement based on postings from...
    Boris Johnson, during a recent press conference on coronavirus, in London. (Photo: POOL via .) The accusations of racism leveled against the British Royal Household by the Dukes of Sussex in their interview with Oprah Winfrey are causing changes not only in The Firmbut throughout British society. After the Black Live Matter movement took hold on the islands, Meghan Markle’s words came and there is no turning back: the debate on structural contempt against black people is on the streets and relativisms are not accepted . That is why, when they have arrived from the Government itself, history has ended in crisis: the adviser to the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, on ethnic minorities, Samuel Kasumu, will leave the cabinet after a report was made public that he denied that there was institutionalized racism in the UK. Kasumu, the highest-ranking black adviser in the Executive, will leave his post in May, although sources close to the Government quoted by the media have ruled out today that his departure is linked to the document made by a special commission, at the...
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    PIERS Morgan has branded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's accusations of racism within the royal family a "disgraceful betrayal". The former newspaper editor has given his most detailed account yet of the fallout from the couple's Oprah Winfrey interview that resulted in him quitting Good Morning Britain. 9Piers Morgan called Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview a 'betrayal'Credit: ITV In his latest column for the Mail on Sunday, he reiterated that he did not believe any of the allegations Meghan and Harry made against the royals. These included Meghan's claims that she never researched Harry's background, that the couple wed in secret three days before their £30million Windsor wedding and, most seriously of all, that their son Archie was overlooked as a prince because of his skin colour. He wrote: "It sounded complete nonsense when she said it, and it is; he's not a Prince because, technically, the great grandchildren of the Monarch are not bestowed with titles 'Prince' or 'Princess' unless they're in the direct line to the throne." Calling the accusation a "falsehood", Piers then surmised it was said...
    Sharon Osbourne decided Friday to leave the daytime program “The Talk”, parting ways with CBS. The decision came after the network’s internal investigation into Osbourne’s controversial exchange with her co-host Sheryl Underwood during the March 10 episode of the show, when Osbourne defended her friend and former colleague Piers Morgan. “Sharon Osbourne has decided to leave The Talk,” the network reportedly told USA Today. “The events of the March 10 broadcast were upsetting to everyone involved, including the audience watching at home. As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode did not align with our values for a respectful workplace.” This. Is. ABSURD. https://t.co/rvmywFDbuK — Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) March 27, 2021 CBS noted that the co-hosts were not prepared to hold such a conversation, stating that “Network and Studio teams, as well as the showrunners” were accountable for what happened during the intense exchange between Osbourne and Underwood, The Los Angeles Times reported. “I’m not racist … I don’t care what color or what religion anyone is,” Osbourne said...
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    (Brasilia) Former Judge Sergio Moro on Wednesday backed his record in an anti-corruption campaign called “Express Laundry,” the day after the Supreme Court ruled, condemning former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and declaring him “pro”. On March 24, 2021 at 4:04 p.m. France Media Agency “All the accused were treated with respect and impartiality and without any hostility on my part,” the former magistrate said in a statement. “Despite this Supreme Court ruling, I am completely silent on the relevance of my decisions regarding the former president,” he added. In the context of Operation “Lavage Express”, an extensive investigation launched in 2014, Sergio Moro was the judge in charge of the trials, which condemned formal corruption in the awarding of public contracts, particularly to the Petrobras state oil company. Photo by Michael Shinkariol, Agencies France-Press Archives Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, at a press conference on March 10, dismissed the 2017 corruption charge by the Brazilian Supreme Court. On March 23, the court ruled in favor...
    Lhe United States publicly accused the powerful crown prince of Saudi Arabia on Friday of having “validated” the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. An accusation that Riyadh denies. LSaudi Arabia “totally rejected” on Friday the report of the American intelligence services which accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of having “validated” the assassination of Saudi journalist and critic Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. “The government of Saudi Arabia totally rejects the false and damaging conclusions contained in the report concerning the leadership of the kingdom and cannot accept them in any case (…)”, the foreign ministry said in a statement. “The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has validated an operation in Istanbul, Turkey, to capture or kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi,” wrote the US intelligence services in a declassified report at the request of President Joe Biden while his predecessor Donald Trump had kept it a secret. “The Crown Prince viewed Khashoggi as a threat to the kingdom and more broadly supported the use of violent measures if necessary to silence him,” they...
    The British Empire was branded ‘far worse than the Nazis’ during a controversial debate about Sir Winston Churchill’s legacy last night. The wartime prime minister was also described by an academic as a ‘white supremacist’ who benefited from Britain’s ‘heavily skewed national story’. The online discussion – held by Churchill College, Cambridge – on ‘The Racial Consequences of Mr Churchill’ looked at his ‘backward’ views on empire and race and was held as part of a year-long ‘inclusivity’ review. Contributor Kehinde Andrews, a professor of black studies at Birmingham City University, said: ‘The British Empire was far worse than the Nazis. They lasted longer and killed many more people.’ The British Empire was branded ‘far worse than the Nazis’ during a controversial debate about Sir Winston Churchill’s (pictured) legacy last night On Churchill, he added: ‘There is no debate. His white supremacy is pretty much on record and the question here is why does Churchill still hold the level of popularity that he does? It’s almost like he’s been beatified – a saintly figure beyond reproach.’ Professor Andrews has...
    In a solemn atmosphere and under high security, the US Senate on Tuesday opened the second historic trial of Donald Trump, accused of having incited his supporters “to insurgency” before the bloody attack on the Capitol. Now living in Florida, the billionaire will not go to trial. And there is little doubt that he will eventually be acquitted. In great silence, the elected Democrats charged with the accusation crossed to the Senate the same corridors of the Capitol, the seat of Congress, where pro-Trump demonstrators had rushed on January 6, sowing chaos and forcing the evacuation of parliamentarians. An unprecedented situation, the 100 senators who serve as jurors were thus the witnesses, and victims, of the attack. After a prayer, they took their places for this doubly historic trial. It is indeed the first time that a former American president is targeted by an impeachment procedure after leaving the White House. And on January 13, the real estate mogul had already become the first president to be twice hit with an “impeachment” in the House of...
    Agustina Cosachov, the psychiatrist who treated Diego Maradona, appeared before the San Isidro Attorney General’s Office to receive notification of the investigation for alleged open ideological falsehood after being accused of certifying that the soccer star was in good health without having seen him. According to sources from the prosecution to ., the psychiatrist did not make any presentation. At the exit, Cosachov quickly got into a car where her lawyer was waiting for her, Vadim Mischanchuk. Mischanchuk told the TN channel that « for now he has seen a photo of the document that would give an account of the patient’s health, dated October 20, and that prosecutors suspect that on that date it had not been prepared and that the content contains data that they would not conform to reality. ‘ Cosachov and the neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque were already in the crosshairs of the judicial investigation that tries to determine if there was any type of medical negligence surrounding the death of the star, on November 25 from a cardiorespiratory arrest at age 60, which could lead to a...
    Pedro Cortés presented his resignation on Thursday as delegate of the Spanish team after learning that he is being investigated after a complaint for alleged sexual abuse of a player from the Valencia youth squad, as RFEF sources explained to Efe. As reported by El Español and confirmed by the Superior Court of Justice of the Valencian Community, the former president of Valencia was denounced in November by a young man who claims that he touched him when he was taking him to the sports city of the Mestalla club. Cortés, who already declared in his day before the National Police, has transmitted that it is a false complaint, but has resigned from the representative position that he held for more than a decade in the senior team.
    Congress does not have the power to hold an impeachment trial for any official after they've left office, Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz argued on "Hannity" Monday. The House is scheduled to vote on a resolution to impeach President Trump Wednesday in connection with last week's riot at the Capitol building. If the resolution passes, Trump would be the first president to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives.  "All the Democrats want to do is simply impeach him," said Dershowitz, who was part of Trump's defense team at his first Senate impeachment trial last year. "They can do that. All you need is to have the votes, the majority, and [Alexander] Hamilton warned against impeachment simply by having the majority. "But they don’t want to actually bring it to trial," Dershowitz added. "They just want to have the accusation hanging over him. It would be like a prosecutor indicting somebody for a serious crime and then saying, ,'But we're not going to give you a trial where you can prove your innocence.'" VideoDershowitz insisted that Congress has "no jurisdiction" over Trump after he has left the...
    The Young and the Restless spoilers for Monday, November 23, tease that Chelsea makes a stunning accusation against Sharon after learning the therapist and Victor teamed up to have Adam committed. The women in Adam’s (Mark Grossman) life find themselves at a bitter crossroad once again when Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) demands answers from Sharon (Sharon Case), according to SheKnows Soaps. The couple was finally making plans for a future that didn’t include Genoa City, and she felt that she could forgive him even though he had her kidnapped. They hoped to move closer to Connor (Judah Mackey) and live life as the Wilson family instead of the Newmans. It seemed like a dream come true for Chelsea after all they’ve been through recently. However, when she arrives at Adam’s, he’s nowhere to be found, and a furious Chelsea goes on a rampage to find out where he is. Not surprisingly, she goes straight to Sharon, and the coffee shop owner turned therapist is surprised that Victor (Eric Braeden) didn’t contact Chelsea with the details. Sharon is stuck with the...
    The tennis great Rafael Nadal is known for his brutal force and his consistent performances. Currently seated at World No. 2, the Spaniard is working towards his first title in Paris. Looking back at his career, the 34 years old explains certain aspects of his life on the tennis court. Champion at Roland-Garros for 13 times, Nadal is considered the best player of all time on a clay court. But behind his 20 Grand Slams and 86 career titles, he is humble and an ideal sportsperson. When asked whether his locker room attire and his ‘Vamos!’ chanting were meant to scare opponents, Nadal said no. “Never allowed myself to intimidate an opponent”: Rafael Nadal Tennis – French Open – Roland Garros, Paris, France – Spain’s Rafael Nadal reacts during the final against Serbia’s Novak Djokovic REUTERS/Christian Hartmann Alongside his competitive nature, Nadal also wears a welcoming persona. He continues to inspire many with his commitment to the game and challenges his foes and friends equally. Maintaining a steady balance on and off the court, the Spaniard’s biggest reason for success...
    Disgraced and imprisoned former producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him in a Manhattan nightclub in 1995 or 1996.  NYPD detectives are investigating the new accusation against the disgraced movie mogul, who's currently serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape and sexual abuse, police sources told the Daily News.  A 61-year-old woman reported the decades-old incident to a hotline for the NYPD's Special Victims Division. The Daily News did not identify the woman.   Police are investigating the allegation as a first-degree criminal sexual act, which has no statute of limitations, the Daily News reported. Harvey Weinstein faces a new accusation from a woman who told the NYPD that the imprisoned former movie mogul forced her to perform oral sex on him in a Manhattan nightclub in 1995 or 1996 The woman, now 61, made the accusation against Weinstein via a hotline for the NYPD's Special Victims division in October. Detectives are investigating the allegation as first-degree criminal sexual activity That would mean Weinstein could still be prosecuted over the decades-old...
    The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Friday, October 16 features Zoe Buckingham (Kiara Barnes) who gently told Carter Walton (Lawrence Saint-Victor) that she couldn’t move in with him. She claimed that she had abandonment issues and, although she was touched by his offer, she couldn’t move into the loft apartment. Carter still hoped that she would think about it, per SheKnows Soaps. In the meantime, Zende Forrester Dominguez (Delon de Metz) informed Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) that he couldn’t find Zoe in the building. He quickly picked up that Hope was preoccupied and asked if something was bothering her. Hope launched into a rant about her husband. With Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) also present, she complained about Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) being preoccupied with Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Dr. John Finnegan (Tanner Novlan). She felt that the doctor was a good fit for Steffy, while Thomas understood where Liam was coming from. He felt that Liam was concerned about his daughter, Kelly Spencer (Colette and Avalon Gray). Hope mused that her husband’s overprotectiveness of Steffy could stem...
    Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee was an eccentric when we first featured him in the 2012 article "The Hot Yoga War" and a separate Q&A in which he talked about his life in Belize — where, it turns out, he was wanted for questioning in a murder he swore he didn't commit. In the intervening eight years, he's been many things, including a fugitive from justice and a failed presidential candidate. But now, the role he's playing is inmate: This week, McAfee was arrested in Spain on federal charges, including violation of antifraud provisions and tax evasion. He'll likely have a tough time fighting the latter accusation, given that, according to the BBC, McAfee "has previously expressed his disdain for taxes, tweeting last year that he hadn't filed tax returns for eight years because 'taxation is illegal.'"Related Stories John McAfee: Security Pioneer and Ex-Fugitive's Denver Ties, Presidential Bid John McAfee, software pioneer turned fugitive: I faked being crazy and ill to escape to U.S. John McAfee still a fugitive despite new blog, Joe Rogan and Alex Jones appearances "The Hot...
    The first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden got off to a wild start, with both candidates bickering and interrupting each other from almost the first sentence, and one early dustup focused on an accusation Trump has made before that the most extreme liberal elements of the Democratic Party will control Biden. Trump accused Biden of supporting “socialist medicine,” with Biden replying, “That’s simply not true,” and starting to discuss the elements of his health care plan, saying that he supported allowing Americans to keep private insurance. “That’s not what you’ve said,” Trump interrupted, “and that’s not what your party has said.” “That is simply a lie,” Biden attempted to answer. “Your party wants to go socialist medicine,” Trump continued. “Socialist health care.” “The party is me, right now,” Biden retorted. “I am the Democratic Party.” “And they’re going to dominate you, Joe, you know that.” “I am the Democratic Party right now,” Biden repeated. Trump, interrupting again: “Not according to Harris!” “The platform of the Democratic Party is what I in fact approved of,” Biden continued, “What I approved of.”...
    The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for Wednesday, September 23 reveal that Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) will have a breakdown when she realizes that she may lose the most important person in her life. When Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) takes her daughter from her home, her world comes crashing down, per SheKnows Soaps. The Forrester Creations’ co-CEO reaches rock bottom when Liam leaves with Kelly Spencer (Colette and Avalon Gray) in his arms. After finding out that she was still using the painkiller medication, Liam went ballistic and announced that he was taking Kelly. As seen in the video below, things got intense between him and Steffy after he confronted her. He wasn’t about to leave his daughter in the care of her mother who seems to have a problem with her meds. He had found Steffy conked out on the floor and raged at her for abusing the drugs. Steffy’s world falls apart as her worst nightmare becomes a reality. She wails as her ex-husband leaves with her baby and collapses to the floor. Kelly means everything to...
    The Department of Justice on Tuesday filed a motion in state court attempting to substitute itself as a defendant in E. Jean Carroll’s defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump. The DOJ argued that Trump was “acting within the scope of his office as President of the United States” when he called Carroll’s rape accusation a lie. The DOJ cited the Westfall Act as its legal authority, particularly 28 U.S.C. § 2679(d)(2): Upon certification by the Attorney General that the defendant employee was acting within the scope of his office or employment at the time of the incident out of which the claim arose, any civil action or proceeding commenced upon such claim in a State court shall be removed without bond at any time before trial by the Attorney General to the district court of the United States for the district and division embracing the place in which the action or proceeding is pending. Such action or proceeding shall be deemed to be an action or proceeding brought against the United States under the provisions of this title and...
    'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star says 'of course' she paid the donation she promised at her co-star's fundraiser. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Garcelle Beauvais has set the record straight on Kyle Richards’ allegation that she never paid a $5,000 donation she promised to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In a video response shared to her Instagram story, the RHOBH newcomer addressed her co-star’s claim that she skipped out on paying the four-figure sum she bid on at Kyle’s charity fundraiser last fall. Garcelle told fans she wanted to say her piece about what actually happened in regards to the mixup. “I got called out at the reunion of Beverly Hills saying that I bid for a charity event and did not pay for it. I hope you guys know better than that. It fell through the cracks innocently, I was traveling all over the world last year, and it innocently fell through the cracks. Why wouldn’t I pay for something that I bid on?” The actress went on to say that while the Bravo reality show is...
    More than 180 human rights groups and labor unions have called on major apparel brands to end the use of forced labor in Xinjiang, China — an accusation that the most popular brands, including Nike and Amazon, have denied.  More than 100 civil society organizations and labor unions joined 72 Uighur rights groups in urging brands to cut ties with suppliers that use materials produced in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR), where numerous reports have revealed Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are being forced to work in factories, often also while being being indoctrinated with ideological and behavioral reeducation, Politico reported.  “The Chinese government has rounded up an estimated 1 to 1.8 million Uyghurs and other Turkic and Muslim people in detention and forced-labour camps, the largest interment of an ethnic and religious minority since World War II,” the statement by End Uyghur Forced Labour said.  Chinese paramilitary policemen stand guard on a street in the Uighur district of Urumqi city, in China’s Xinjiang region (PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images) The groups are seeking brand commitments to cut all...
    Conservative Republican activist Meghan McCain, co-host of ABC’s “The View,” is no fan of President Donald Trump, who she continues to hold in very low regard because of all the derogatory things he said about her late father, Sen. John McCain of Arizona. But when the president’s niece, Mary Trump, appeared on “The View” this week, McCain was critical of her new tell-all book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” — which is the top-selling book on Amazon and sold 1.35 million copies during its first week, according to publisher Simon & Schuster. In a tense interview, the 55-year-old author pushed back against McCain’s insinuation that she was motivated by a desire for some type of “revenge” and to get rich. “I think I’ve made it clear to your publishers: I don’t like books like this,” McCain told Mary Trump. “I don’t like family tell-all books, especially when it comes to families with fame and power, because they’re told from the one side — and often, the subjects are villainized to the...
    Breaking News — For more than three years, every time Myriam Benlarech meets a bag of Conguitos in the supermarket, she takes a photo of him. This French financial director cannot believe that such a brand is still marketed in Spain, where she currently lives.“data-reactid =” 26 “> For more than three years, every time Myriam Benlarech meets a bag of Conguitos in the supermarket, she takes a photo of her. This French financial director cannot believe that in Spain, where she lives Currently, such a brand is still marketed. “The pet, the name … seemed crazy to me,” says Benlarech, of Syrian and Algerian descent. When he sent it to his foreign friends, they didn’t give credit either. She ended up ‘getting used to it’, until a few weeks ago she decided that she should seek a change.“data-reactid =” 27 “>” The pet, the name … seemed crazy to me, “says Benlarech, of Syrian and Algerian descent. When she sent it to her foreign friends, they didn’t give credit either. She ended up ‘getting used to it’, until...
    (CBS Local)– Need a new docu-series to dive into? Showtime Sports has you covered with the premiere episode of its five part docu-series “Outcry” dropping on Sunday, July 5 at 10pm EST/PST. The five part series from director Pat Kondelis examines the story of former Texas high school football player Greg Kelley and his controversial conviction for child molestation. It took the director three years to put this together and Kondelis says this was the most difficult project he’s ever worked on. “Everything was a challenge in putting this together,” said Kondelis in an interview with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith. “When we jumped into this, it was an ongoing legal case. We had no idea where this was going to go. We had no idea how long this was going to go and what the conclusion would be. We had zero control over any element of the story. It was kind of jumping in blind and hoping something happens. What’s unique about the story is everything was surprising. Nothing in this story played out the way you thought it was going...
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