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    WACO, Texas (AP) — LJ Cryer led five players in double figures with his 20 points, and fourth-ranked Baylor beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff 99-54 on Saturday night. The Bears (8-0) led by 10 after a Kendall Brown layup with 14:14 left in the first half. The Golden Lions never got the margin back to single digits. Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua added 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Bears, who dominated on the boards 49-24. Matthew Mayer had 14 points for Baylor, including with 4 3s. Brandon Brown was 8 of 11 from the floor and led Arkansas-Pine Bluff (1-8) with 19 points. The Golden Lions shot 40% from the floor and didn’t attempt their first free throw until about four minutes left in the game. BIG PICTURE Arkansas-Pine Bluff: The team was locked down by Baylor’s defense and forced to fire up contested long-range shots as the shot clock expired. They didn’t try to get offensive rebounds on many possessions, with their guards backpedaling to try to keep the Bears out of transition. Baylor: The Bears didn’t...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A man pulled a knife and tried to rob an 11-year-old student in the bathroom of a Queens high school, police said. It happened Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Robert A. Van Wyck Junior High School on 144th Street and 85th Avenue. READ MORE: More Omicron Cases Identified In New York; Total Rises To At Least 8Police say the student was in the bathroom when the man pointed the knife at his chest and demanded cash. The student told him he didn’t have any, so the suspect stole his water bottle and took off. READ MORE: Slain Columbia Grad Student Davide Giri Remembered As 'The Nicest And Brightest Person'Police say just five minutes later at 85th Road and 149th Street, the same suspect got into an argument with a 51-year-old man, pulled a knife and tried to stab him. The victim’s jacket was cut but he didn’t otherwise get injured. The suspect hurled the water bottle at him and took off. MORE NEWS: 2 Shot Aboard Subway Train In Harlem; Suspect At LargeAnyone with any information...
    More On: serena williams Serena Williams and daughter Olympia rock matching red carpet looks Serena Williams’ $450K diamond bracelet from the Met Gala can now be yours Alexis Ohanian gushes over ‘incomparable’ Serena Williams in birthday post Best star snaps of the week: Serena Williams serves us ‘black girl magic’ and more Rolland Wormley never talks about the night his girlfriend, Yetunde Price, was murdered right beside him. He never talks about how he desperately tried to save the older sister of tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams, and was with her in her final moments following the drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. He also never talks about the nightmare of being, as he claims, put in handcuffs and carted off to a cell, with police thinking he could be involved in Yetunde’s killing. Memories of Yetunde, who was 31 and a mom of three when she was gunned down in September 2003, have haunted Wormley every day since her death. Now they are being refreshed by the new hit movie “King Richard,” about the Williams family — including Yetunde....
    Karen Grassle, who famously played Caroline "Ma" Ingalls on "Little House on the Prairie," is getting candid about her journey to sobriety. The actress recently wrote a memoir titled "Bright Lights, Prairie Dust: Reflections on Life, Loss, and Love from Little House’s Ma." where she detailed her upbringing and struggles with alcoholism as well as the alleged troubled relationship she had on set with her former co-star and boss Michael Landon. He played her on-screen husband, Charles Ingalls. Former co-stars didn’t immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment regarding the allegations made in Grassle's book about Landon. Despite their ups and downs, Grassle insisted she made peace with the actor before he passed away in 1991 at age 54 from pancreatic cancer. 'LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE' STAR CHARLOTTE STEWART RECALLS DAYS WITH JIM MORRISON, ELVIS AND BILL MURRAY Karen Grassle has written a book titled "Bright Lights, Prairie Dust: Reflections on Life, Loss, and Love from Little House’s Ma." (Courtesy of Karen Grassle) Grassle, 79, spoke to Fox News about writing her book now, and what it...
    CONCORD — For the second time this season, De La Salle was on the painful side of history. This time, there will be no comeback, no second chances, no more opportunities. When Zeke Berry was stopped at the goal line on a two-point conversion after De La Salle cut the lead to one point with 1:44 left, Folsom recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock. Less than two months after losing at home to De La Salle by three touchdowns, Folsom traveled to Concord and won the Northern California 1-AA championship, 28-27. The victory is the first for a Sac-Joaquin Section team over De La Salle during the Concord’s school’s decades-long run of regional dominance — the section was 0-45 against the Spartans since 1982 — and sends Folsom into the 1-AA state title game next Friday in Mission Viejo. For De La Salle, what seemed like a birth rite has ended. The Spartans will not play in a state championship game for the first time since the California Interscholastic Federation added them...
    Alec Baldwin did himself no favors with his recent tell-all interview about the "Rust" shooting tragedy, according to crisis mitigation experts. On Thursday, the "30 Rock" actor vehemently denied ever "pulling the trigger" of the revolver that fired a live projectile into cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, killing her, while also striking director Joel Souza and wounding the filmmaker in the process. "I let go of the hammer of the gun," Baldwin recounted to ABC's George Stephanopoulos. "And the gun goes off." Baldwin and Hutchins had been setting up for a shot where the actor was supposed to draw the gun and point it at the camera. While standing next to the camera, the cinematographer was "guiding" Baldwin on where to point the gun, he said.  "The gun wasn't meant to be fired in that angle," he confirmed. ALEC BALDWIN’S INTERVIEW FOLLOWING ‘RUST’ SHOOTING ‘WAS A MISTAKE,’ LEGAL EXPERTS SAY: IT 'MAY BACKFIRE' Alec Baldwin speaks out in first TV interview since the tragic shooting on the set of ‘Rust’ in which a revolver he was holding discharged, killing the film's cinematographer,...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Rookie running back Javonte Williams will get his first start Sunday night at Kansas City if Melvin Gordon III can’t play. Gordon didn’t practice all week because of hip and shoulder injuries and was listed as doubtful Friday. Coach Vic Fangio doesn’t expect Gordon to participate in Saturday’s walkthrough, either. “We’ll see. It’s doubtful, but that’s why we didn’t list him as ‘out’ because if he makes a turn he can play,” Fangio said. If Gordon is out, Williams will get the bulk of the workload with veteran running back Mike Boone also getting some work, Fangio said. Despite a pair of fumbles, Gordon has rushed for 605 yards and five touchdowns to go with 22 receptions for 166 yards and two TDs. Williams, a second-round pick out of North Carolina, has rushed for 568 yards and two touchdowns on 117 carries with 27 receptions for 193 yards and a TD. Williams led the nation in missed tackles last season and the 42 missed tackles he’s forced his rookie year are second in the NFL to...
    USC football couldn’t have been further away from making it into the Pac-12 Championship Game this year but that didn’t stop Trojan fans from turning up. What do you do when you bought tickets for a postseason game that your team didn’t get to? Go anyways. A group of USC football fans followed that philosophy as Utah and Oregon fans geared up to watch their teams face off in Las Vegas for the conference crown. The Trojans set up their tent in the parking lot and joined in the festivities.USC football fans turned up to the Pac-12 title gameWe even have USC fans here pic.twitter.com/VGtp7m5qto — Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley) December 3, 2021 It’s been a strange year to be a USC fan. The Trojans fired head coach Clay Helton after a blowout loss to Stanford just two games into the season. Despite the early firing, Trojan fans might have expected a decent season to still unfold. After all, the last time they fired a head coach midseason they went to the Pac-12 title game in 2015. Of...
    (CNN)In a new memoir, Donald Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows doubles down on the baseless claim the 2020 election was stolen and whitewashed the violent attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters on January 6, according to a copy of the book obtained by CNN. The book, titled "The Chief's Chief," spans nearly 300 pages and is set to be released next week. Meadows vigorously defends his former boss and peddles many of the debunked claims about alleged voter fraud and ballot irregularities that fueled the insurrection in the first place. Meadows absolves Trump of responsibility for the attack, giving just cursory details and echoing unfounded claims about the events of the day. Throughout the memoir, Meadows describes work-related conversations with Trump from his time at the White House, including private discussions about the election, efforts to find voter fraud and Trump's speech at the Ellipse near the White House on January 6. Meadows previously told the House select committee investigating the attack that conversations like these are shielded by executive privilege -- but these new disclosures...
    A VETERAN prop master has called "bulls**t" on Alec Baldwin's claims that he didn't pull the trigger of the gun that fired a live round on the set of Rust, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Bill Davis, a retired cop who has worked on more than 300 movies and TV shows, disputed the chain of events outlined by the actor during an interview with ABC on Thursday. 8Baldwin sat down with ABC 20/20 on Thursday for his first interview since the fatal shootingCredit: ABC News 8Halyna Hutchins, 41, died after suffering a single gunshot wound to the chestCredit: Supplied as a technical service. No is implied or inferred. "Guns never just fire themselves - especially the single-action .45 revolver he was using at the time," Davis said. "Simply put, his excuse is bulls**t," he continued. When quizzed about how common it is for a gun to malfunction and fire without the trigger being pulled, Davis responded: "It doesn't. [It's] uncommon to the max!" Davis added that he thinks Baldwin is "full of s**t." In...
    Police are searching for James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, who allegedly killed 4 people and injured 8 in a Nov. 30 shooting at his Michigan high school, but attorneys for the couple claim that they had left town for their own safety and would voluntarily return to be arraigned. Ethan Crumbley was charged as an adult with one count of terrorism, 4 counts of first degree murder, 7 counts of assault with intent to murder, and 12 counts of possession of a firearm. His parents were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter, with Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald announcing the charges in a Friday press conference. She cited the multiple warnings the Crumbleys had received from the school about Ethan’s disturbing behavior, the fact that the parents purchased the handgun for Ethan, and text messages Jennifer had sent to her son. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard confirmed that James and Jennifer Crumbley were missing in an interview with CNN’s Victor Blackwell Friday afternoon, and a BOLO alert was issued with their photos and vehicle description. CNN correspondent...
    EXCLUSIVE: John Schneider wasn’t swayed by Alec Baldwin’s tears during his recent televised sit-down.On Thursday, the actor spoke in-depth for the first time about the Oct. 21 shooting on the set of his Western film "Rust" that resulted in cinematographer Halyna Hutchins’ death. The 63-year-old, who became emotional discussing the 42-year-old, said he feels incredible sadness and regret over the shooting on the New Mexico film set, but not guilt. "Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who that was, but it’s not me," Baldwin told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. "Honest to God, if I felt I was responsible, I might have killed myself." JOHN SCHNEIDER RAILS AGAINST ALEC BALDWIN FOR CLAIMING HE 'DIDN’T PULL THE TRIGGER' Actor John Schneider (right) railed against Alec Baldwin (left) for claiming he did not pull the trigger of the gun on the set of the film ‘Rust.' (Getty Images) Schneider, who has been critical of Baldwin’s decision to do the interview, wasn’t buying it. "This is becoming an obvious attempt to blame the gun," the actor told Fox News Digital....
    Lisa Torraco, an attorney representing Halls, previously said it was not her client's responsibility to check the weapon for live ammunition and did not confirm whether Halls presented the gun to Baldwin. "Whether or not he handed the firearm directly to Alec Baldwin at that moment or whether the armorer handed it directly to Alec Baldwin at that moment doesn't really matter because he didn't load it," Torraco said last month. "He's not responsible for checking it." "What I can tell you is that expecting an assistant director to check a firearm is like telling the assistant director to check the camera angle or telling the assistant director to check sound or lighting," Torraco added. "That’s not the assistant director’s job. If he chooses to check the firearm because he wants to make sure that everyone is safe, he can do that." Baldwin asserts that he was taking directions from Hutchins. "This was a marking rehearsal," Baldwin told host George Stephanopoulos. "And [Hutchins] says to me, 'Hold the gun lower. Go to your right. OK, right there. All...
    BACARY SAGNA has declared money played no part in his move to Manchester City as he stated he didn't feel wanted at Arsenal. The 38-year-old swapped the Emirates for the Etihad in 2014 on a free transfer after seven years of service in North London. 3Former Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna left the club to join Manchester City in 2014Credit: The FA - Getty Images 3Sagna has rubbished claims that money played a part in his move to the CitizensCredit: Getty - Contributor Sagna's last of his 284 appearances for the Gunners came in the 3-2 FA Cup final victory triumph over Hull. It was Arsenal's first trophy in nine years since beating Manchester United in the same competition. Former French right-back Sagna knew going into the clash against the Tigers it would be his last game as he revealed contract talks to extend his stay didn't go well. He opted to link up with the Citizens, where he won the League Cup during his three-year stay. Rumours swirled that his move to City was for financial reasons, with the player...
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said Thursday that she didn't challenge the results of the 2018 Georgia governor's race following her loss to current Republican Brian Kemp. During an appearance on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show," Abrams said that on Nov. 16, 10 days after that year's election, she "acknowledged" she would not be Georgia's next governor and that Kemp had won the election. However, she refused to officially concede, saying the election was rigged by voter suppression, and even made subsequent claims she was the true winner. While Abrams did not mount a legal challenge to her defeat after Nov. 16, her group Fair Fight Action filed a lawsuit challenging Georgia election laws in 2019. Left-wing host Rachel Maddow prefaced the discussion on Abram's past campaign by claiming that Kemp, who was serving as Georgia's secretary of state at the time, engaged in "voter suppression tactics" to benefit his candidacy. She noted that Abrams had been "contentious" about the loss and claimed it wasn't "a fair fight," before asking her how she thought that such a dynamic had affected...
    MTV "Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry's email to ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez was leaked online. Part of “Teen Mom 2” star Kailyn Lowry’s email to Chris Lopez was leaked online by her ex-boyfriend after she talked about a co-parenting incident on the December 2, 2021, episode of her podcast, “Coffee Convos.” After confirming she was still filming for MTV, Lowry revealed their sons — 4-year-old Lux and 1-year-old Creed — were ill and Lopez hadn’t informed her about their health. In fact, Lowry only found out her sons were unwell through Lopez’s mother. Lowry drove one hour to get her sons and brought Lux to urgent care, and Lopez met Lowry there with their youngest son. It turned out that Creed also seemed to have the same illness as his brother, though Lowry didn’t reveal their diagnosis to protect their medical privacy. While on Instagram, Lopez leaked a personal email Lowry sent to him about the incident. As expressed on “Coffee Convos,” Lowry was upset Lopez didn’t tell her their sons weren’t feeling well. Lopez leaked the beginning...
    NEW YORK -- Actor Alec Baldwin is speaking out in his first interview since last month's fatal "Rust" movie set shooting, calling it the worst thing that has ever happened to him."I think back, and I think, 'What could I have done," Baldwin told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview."Even now, I find that hard to believe that. It just doesn't seem real to me," he added.The emotional hourlong ABC News Special with Stephanopoulos aired on ABC Thursday night and is now available on Hulu. A two-hour special "20/20" next week will examine the investigation into the shooting in more depth.EMBED More News Videos The first interview since the fatal accident on the set of the movie 'Rust'. The emotional ABC News Special with George Stephanopoulos breaks tomorrow at 8/7c on ABC and later that evening on Hulu. "I've done thousands of interviews in the last 20 years at ABC. This was the most intense I've ever experienced," Stephanopoulos said on "Good Morning America" Wednesday.SEE ALSO: 'Rust' assistant director Dave Halls says Alec Baldwin 'did not pull that...
    OH, to be proposed to - the day we've been dreaming since our childhood. We imagine our partner on knees right in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the capital of love, or during a candlelit dinner to celebrate our anniversary. 2At the end of the day what matters is the love you shareCredit: Getty However, one boyfriend seems to have been a little too impatient to organise the picture-perfect ceremony and instead proposed to the love of his life in...the local Asda. The gutted woman posted her story on Netmums. ''im sorry but wth,'' she wrote. Most read in LifestyleRED FACES ALL ROUND Humiliation as Queen serves tea to builder who DIDN'T recognise herExclusiveLITTLE MISS FORGETFUL Meghan won't win over public after string of lies, blast expertskan you see it? Inside Khloe Kardashian's butt evolution after 'she had fillers removed'HAPPILY HOMEWRECKING AFTER My hookup hid his fiancée from me – I told her and broke them upBYE FRIES McDonald's worker exposes the 'disgusting' truth about the fries'EXPOSED' Piers Morgan blasts 'two-faced' Meghan in scathing swipe after legal...
    ARSENAL fans were left fuming after being denied a potential penalty in the 3-2 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Gunners took the lead in bizarre circumstances with Emile Smith Rowe firing into an empty net after David de Gea was trod on by team-mate Fred. 2Mguire pulled Tomiyasu downCredit: AMAZON 2But a penalty wasn't awarded and VAR didn't interveneCredit: AMAZON Maguire is pulling Tomiyasu’s arm and bringing him down. How is this not a penalty? pic.twitter.com/tLAsYod3px— Kris (@Santi_Classorla) December 2, 2021 But United staged a comeback with Bruno Fernandes levelling just before half-time and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a second half brace. In a game which saw VAR step in twice to award a goal as well as a spot-kick for United, Gunners fans were left confused as to why they weren't awarded a penalty of their own. Takehiro Tomiyasu got away from Harry Maguire on the edge of the box in the first half. And to prevent Tomiyasu from getting his head on the ball, Maguire gave the defender a tug. But VAR didn't intervene and play...
    (CBS) – Liana Wallace was the latest Survivor 41 player to have their flame extinguished as she was voted out on episode 11 and will be 12th member of this season’s jury. CBS‘ Matt Weiss spoke to Liana about her Survivor strengths, alliance break down and the twist that sent her home. READ MORE: ‘Survivor 41’ Episode 11 Recap: Do Or DieMW- Hello Leanna! Congrats on a great game, unfortunately it ended sooner than you would have liked but take me back to the beginning when you first get to the island. What was your first impression? LW- As you know I’m a lifelong fan. I couldn’t believe I’m playing Survivor. Then you finally get to meet the people in your tribe and it was so cool to meet everyone. I connected with Evvie right off the bat. Tiff was cracking jokes, she was hilarious. Sara and I were both students. I’ve seen so many seasons before but now I’m going to play and I’m going to make my relationships and that was the coolest part that it was actually...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Authorities said Thursday that a South Florida teenager tried to get $5,000 from a Florida Senator Lauren Book after threatening to release what he said were sexually explicit photos of her. Jeremy Kamperveen, 19, of Plantation, was arrested last month and charged with extortion and cyberstalking, according to a Broward Sheriff’s Office arrest report. READ MORE: Arrest Made After Social Media Threat Targets Marjory Stoneman Douglas HighThe arrest report didn’t name the victim, but Book, whose district includes part of Broward County, released a statement Thursday saying the threatening messages had been sent to her. “Three weeks ago, I became the victim of ongoing sexual harassment and extortion,” Book said. “I immediately notified law enforcement and began working closely with them to track those responsible for sending threatening and disturbing images and messages to my phone, including distorted, fake and stolen images created in an effort to intimidate, threaten, and extort me.” Book is chair of the Senate Democratic Caucus and a longtime advocate for victims of child abuse and sexual abuse. She leads a group...
    Sweet ride, bro, but you need to be alive to enjoy it. Facebook is a menace. COVID-19 is a menace. Conservatism is a cesspool. Together, those three ingredients have created a toxic stew of malevolent death and devastation. We can talk about all those things in the abstract, look at the numbers and statistics, and catch the occasional whiff of seditionist right-wing rhetoric. But I hadn’t really fully understood just how horrifying that combination of right-wing extremism, Facebook, and a killer virus was until I became a regular at the Herman Cain Awards subreddit. This series will document some of those stories, so we are aware of what the other side is doing to our country. Today’s cautionary tale is a Texas man who dreamed of that mid-life crisis car. People said they wouldn’t take a vaccine that Trump was pushing without proper scientific validation. I mean, this was the guy who wanted us to inject bleach into ourselves while shining a UV light up our butts.  After proper scientific validation, with proof that the vaccines were safe, most thinking people who...
    MTV 'The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies' cast Rookie Emanuel Neagu and four-time “Challenge” competitor Tula “Big T” Fazakerley didn’t have any bad blood during “Spies, Lies and Allies” but the two recently clashed on social media after Big T reacted to some of Emanuel’s comments about her. During Big T’s final episode, viewers saw Emanuel and Emy Alupei speaking about Emanuel’s decision to vote Big T into elimination. Emanuel told his fellow rookie, “I voted for Big T because in my eyes, Big T doesn’t deserve to be here.” Big T was asked about his comments in an Instagram Q&A and she posted a long reply saying that she found his comments hurtful because she gave her heart and soul to every season she appeared on. Just because Emanuel is a good competitor physically does not mean that he has the right to act self-entitled. It’s this kind of attitude and commentary that I really don’t like. I think people need to humble themselves and stay in their lane. She also wrote that she believes cast members...
    Republicans themselves have cited supply chain problems under Trump as a contributing factor to U.S. COVID-19 deaths. In an appearance Thursday on Fox News, former President Donald Trump claimed falsely that supply chain problems were not a concern during his time in office — despite the fact that his own party routinely cited such issues throughout the final months of his tenure. "Nobody ever mentioned those words 'supply chain,' they were never brought up, we had perfect supply chains," Trump said, in a phone interview with "Fox & Friends."   Supply chain disruptions were a major problem during Trump's presidency, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe in 2020. The pipeline for personal protective equipment (PPE) was hit particularly hard: hospitals and other medical responders reported a lack of masks and other supplies in their battle against the virus. Republican Sen. Tom Cotton (AR) noted in a February report that actions undertaken by Chinese officials in response to the virus had disrupted the flow of supplies to the...
    John Schneider is sharing his thoughts on Alec Baldwin's "Rust" movie set shooting. On Oct. 21, Baldwin was rehearsing a scene on the New Mexico set of his planned film "Rust" when a gun he was holding discharged. A projectile from the weapon fatally struck cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. An investigation into the incident has been underway for a month now, and Baldwin spoke out Thursday night, claiming during a tell-all interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News that despite holding the gun, he "didn't pull the trigger." Ahead of Baldwin's interview, a preview was released, which featured Baldwin's comments, and Schneider, 61, shared his thoughts on the matter in an 18-minute video titled "Seriously Alec?" ALEC BALDWIN'S CLAIM HE DIDN'T PULL TRIGGER ON 'RUST' QUESTIONED BY SHERIFF: 'GUNS DON'T JUST GO OFF' Schneider claimed the interview was "all designed to make us feel sorry for Alec Baldwin" and claimed the actor's teary-eyed emotional responses during the interview were "bulls--t." Actor John Schneider, right, railed against Alec Baldwin for claiming he did not pull the trigger of the gun on...
    Long Covid may lead to an increased risk of death in the year after a patient's diagnosis, a new study finds. Researchers at the University of Florida analyzed health records from over 13,000 patients, following them for 12 months.  Patients who had severe Covid symptoms were 2.5 times as likely to die over the next year after their diagnosis compared with those who tested negative for Covid. Younger patients (under age 65) who suffered severe symptoms had a particularly high mortality risk at 3.3 times as likely to die as patients under age 65 who tested negative. The study indicates that there's 'a substantial risk of dying' from unrecognized Covid complications, the study's lead author said. Vaccination can prevent such complications.  Patients hospitalized with severe Covid symptoms have an increased risk of dying - from all causes - in the next year, a new study finds. Pictured: Healthcare workers treat a Covid patient in an ICU in Tarzana, California, September 2021 It's now well-known among scientists and doctors that Covid infections can lead to symptoms for many weeks or months...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – After six days when a 17-year-old boy, Peyton Blitstein, in Aurora was shot and killed, it’s still not clear at this point if any charges will be filed. Peyton’s family is speaking out. “You just hope that you know you can get the right information out so that people know who he actually was and what he was all about, and Peyton was an unbelievable person,” said Todd Blitstein, Peyton’s father. READ MORE: COVID In Colorado: Experts Using Multiple Methods To Monitor Omicron Variant Peyton Blitstein (credit: Blitstein family) Blitstein said Peyton had many friends, loved the military and wanted to join the U.S. Air Force to become a fighter pilot upon graduation from Vista Peak. Blitstein said the incident on Nov. 24 never should’ve happened. “I don’t know what happened that night. I don’t know why things went down the way they did, but I know with what I’ve seen, it didn’t have to,” he said. “Everything starts flashing back in your head like, ‘When was the last time I talked to him? What...
    Billie Eilish is opening up about how her life and career have changed since skyrocketing to fame. Every year since 2016, the 19-year-old star has sat down with Vanity Fair for the same interview, answering the same series of questions and reacting to her previous answers. In her latest version of the discussion, the star was once again asked about whether or not she feels pressure. "I feel a lot of pressure, but I would also say that back then [in the earlier years of her career], I was more loved," said the singer. "I was pretty overall loved, I would say, to be honest. I was scared because I wanted to keep that love." BILLIE EILISH ADMITS SHE HAS A 'TERRIBLE RELATIONSHIP' WITH HER BODY Billie Eilish said that ‘a ton of people hate’ her these days. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic) Since then, things have changed, as has her attitude. "Now, like tons of people hate me so I'm not worried anymore," Eilish explained. "I'm like, ‘Oh, OK, well, if you like me, you like me, if you...
    Documents obtained by human rights activists from the People’s Republic of China show that Xi Jinping, the country’s president, ordered the implementation of measures to persecute Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang Province in “top secret” speeches during the 2010s. Xi reportedly gave the orders in a series of speeches and statements, Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow with Victims of Communism, claimed in a Twitter thread on Nov. 29, citing 317 pages of documents leaked to the Uyghur Tribunal this past September. 317 pages of classified Chinese state documents were leaked to the Uyghur Tribunal in September. They include what appears to be the first-ever leak of “Top secret” (绝密) statements by a Chinese head of state in the history of the PRC. /2 pic.twitter.com/eejGpy8EMK — Adrian Zenz (@adrianzenz) November 29, 2021 “The leak is an identical subset of the Xinjiang Papers first reported by the New York Times in 2019,” Zenz tweeted, “BUT: the Times never published the transcripts, didn’t mention several key documents, didn’t bring out key links, and didn’t disclose the secrecy level of Xi’s speeches.” (RELATED:...
    Sandra Bullock is starring in the tough new drama, "The Unforgivable." She plays a woman who just got out of prison, dealing with her past as she tries to look to her future.Her character is tough, determined, broken and just out of prison after serving 20 years. Her re-entry into society, for a number of reasons, is not easy."When you meet people who didn't have the blessings that I have by birthright and you see the only way for them to survive is to become as offensive and defensive and hard as possible just to be able to wake up in the morning and figure out how to live another day, it eats away at you," Bullock said.What sent her to prison, the death of a police officer, plays out as the movie goes along, but there is also a twist in the mix here for moviegoers who like surprises. I call it the "I didn't see that coming" moment."That was not easy to get to as we were editing," Bullock said. "It was a Rubik's Cube. But, you know,...
    CNN has suspended its star anchor Chris Cuomo, acknowledging that he provided greater assistance to his brother Andrew than he had previously admitted. The network on Tuesday evening said that Cuomo, 51, was suspended indefinitely. CNN said that documents released by the New York attorney general on Monday, showing text messages between Chris and his brother's advisors as they struggled to handle allegations of sexual harassment, reveal 'a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew'.  Chris has admitted on air that he helped his brother as he battled the allegations, made by 12 women. Andrew, 63, resigned as governor of New York in August. But Chris has insisted his involvement was minimal, and he was never a member of his brother's team. The text messages released on Monday contradicted him, showing constant contact with the then-governor's aides. CNN on Monday said that they were reviewing his future, but on Tuesday they said their $6 million-a-year star was suspended. 'The New York attorney general's office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris...
    Jennifer Coolidge added as much as 40 pounds during the Covid-19 lockdown. That caused her to nearly turn down her role in White Lotus because of the weight gain as she thought she was too heavy for the part. 'I just didn’t want to be on camera that fat because of my excessive eating during COVID,' Coolidge told Page Six at the Gotham Awards on Monday night at Cipriani Wall Street.  She felt down: Jennifer Coolidge added as much as 40 pounds during the Covid-19 lockdown. That caused her to nearly turn down her role in White Lotus because of the weight gain as she thought she was too heavy for the part; seen on Monday at the Gotham Awards  Weight gain: 'I just didn’t want to be on camera that fat because of my excessive eating during COVID,' Coolidge told Page Six at the Gotham Awards on Monday night at Cipriani Wall Street 'I thought we were all going to die, I really did, so I was just eating myself to death. Vegan pizzas, sometimes five or six in a day,'...
    Kyle Rittenhouse has opened up about his trial, revealing that he knew the 'state didn't have a case' against him when 'they put Dominic Black on the stand.'  Rittenhouse, 18, appeared on the Charlie Kirk Show on Tuesday to discuss his infamous case after he was acquitted earlier this month for fatally shooting two men and injuring another at the Kenosha protests.  During the hour-long interview, the teen discussed the risk of taking the stand instead of pleading the Fifth, but explained he 'wanted the world to know who the real Kyle Rittenhouse was.'  He told the conservative host that he had been 'freaking out' during the run up to the trial, despite his remarkably calm composure in court, but he felt the tide turn in his favor when the prosecution called his friend Black - who purchased the AR-15 Rittenhouse used in Kenosha with the teen's money. He explained that he knew then that there wasn't a case against him because the prosecution was banking on Black to 'lie,' he claimed.  Kyle Rittenhouse has opened up about his trial, revealing that...
    Democratic strategist Lis Smith boasted to Andrew Cuomo's political team that MSNBC anchor Katy Tur was "verbatim" repeating her "spin" on the air about the multiple harassment allegations against him in March. According to documents released by New York state investigators, Smith texted a group of Cuomo aides on March 3, "I'm texting w/ Katy Tur … Katy is saying my spin live … Like verbatim on cnn [sic]." Cuomo's communications chief at the time, Peter Ajemian, texted back a heart emoji and wrote, "Spin is in emails," while pollster Jeffrey Pollock noted Smith meant to say MSNBC.  While it's not clear from the text transcripts what time they were sent, Tur's MSNBC daytime show that day covered Cuomo's press conference where he apologized for making women "uncomfortable" but denied touching anyone inappropriately and said he wouldn't resign. At the time, three women had come forward to accuse him of harassment and inappropriate behavior.  CNN PRESSED BY LIBERAL ORGANIZATIONS TO FIRE CHRIS CUOMO OVER EXTENSIVE INVOLVEMENT IN BROTHER'S SCANDAL Tur then relayed a comment to her reporter guest from someone...
    Paulina Porizkova is getting candid about her marriage to Ric Ocasek. The supermodel recently spoke to Amanda de Cadenet on her podcast "The Conversations with Amanda de Cadenet," during which she alleged that the late Cars frontman controlled much of her life when they were together. "He didn’t want me to do anything," the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit veteran alleged, as quoted by Yahoo! Life on Tuesday. "He didn’t want me to go anywhere. He wanted me to be within his circles at all times. I was his sole emotional provider for everything, and I confused that with love." According to the outlet, their marriage began when she was 24 and he 45. The 56-year-old also claimed to the host that during their union, she felt more like a "treasured possession" than a person with the rocker. PAULINA PORIZKOVA SHARES NUDE PHOTO AS SHE HITS BACK AT HER CRITICS: ‘I FINALLY GET TO DO ME’ Ric Ocasek and Paulina Porizkova married in 1989. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/WireImage/Getty Images) "It was a collective thing that just stuck with me forever, and...
    Director Ridley Scott has defended his House of Gucci film, claiming its creators tried to be 'respectful and 'factual' as possible, after the Gucci Family slammed the Lady Gaga-led movie.  The flick, which also stars Adam Driver, hit theaters on November 24 and raked in $21.8 million during its first five days - but the Gucci family were certainly not pleased with it. They said in a statement on Monday that Al Pacino's portrayal of Aldo Gucci, who founded the Italian fashion brand in 1953, 'couldn’t be further from the truth.' In April, Patrizia Reggiani - the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio - also claimed that Pacino looked 'fat, short, with sideburns, really ugly' in on-set photos.  The family's statement also said they took issue with how certain members were painted 'as thugs, ignorant and insensitive to the world around them.'  Now, Ridley has responded to their comments, and he called the family's response 'alarmingly insulting.'  'The people that were writing from the family to us at the onset were alarmingly insulting, saying that Al Pacino did not represent physically Aldo Gucci in...
    CHELSEA, Manhattan (WABC) -- The teenager shot in the neck in the Bronx while on his way to school last week says he forgives the man who could have killed him.It's remarkable to see just how far 14-year-old Khamani Garrett has come. He said Tuesday he is now ready to move on from the shooting.This time last week the then-13-year-old was shot in the neck in the Bronx as he walked to the train heading to school -- Manhattan Business Academy in Chelsea."I felt like a force in me, and my chest and my arm felt tight, and it kind of got hard to breathe," Garrett said. "I didn't know I got shot at first until I kneeled down because it was hard to breathe and then I saw the blood dripping."He said now he is just a little sore and itchy as he heals.Police say Hubert Wiggs, 36, was sitting in front of his home on East 223rd Street in the Bronx, pointing a .38 caliber revolver at people walking by.RELATED | Mom speaks out after 13-year-old shot on...
    A woman has admitted that she faked her own wedding - complete with a professional photoshoot and stand-in groom - in an attempt to get her ex-boyfriend's attention, only for him to see it and ignore her in the end. The Germany-based woman, who is named Jacqueline and goes by the username @dieschaklin online, revealed on TikTok that she pretended to get married in an attempt to get her ex to text her - but it didn't work. 'Remembering the time I faked my own wedding and had a professional photoshoot so he would reach out,' she wrote in the video, which quickly went viral - gaining more than 1.7 million views since it was posted last week.  The clip shows her covering her face with her hand and looking embarrassed before an array of professional pictures that were taken from the fake-wedding flashed across the screen, including one that showed her and the faux-groom, who is named Jeff, smiling at each other as they gazed romantically into each other's eyes.  A woman has admitted that she faked her own...