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    NORTH PORT, Fla. – EXCLUSIVE: Brian Laundrie’s parents unknowingly walked just a few yards away from locations in a Florida nature preserve where police found their son’s personal belongings and remains Wednesday morning. When Chris and Roberta Laundrie left their home before sunrise Wednesday, only two journalists were present – a Fox News Digital reporter who followed in a separate vehicle and a Fox News Channel cameraman who remained on their street. They arrived at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park entrance at around 7:25 a.m., and two members of law enforcement arrived wearing hiking attire in a separate pickup truck. One later identified himself as a member of the North Port Police Department, and the other works for the FBI, according to Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino. BRIAN LAUNDRIE SEARCH: HUMAN REMAINS FOUND NEAR FLORIDA FUGITIVE'S BELONGINGS IN PARK The men said nothing at the park entrance and followed the Laundries from a distance of no less than 50 feet. next Image 1 of 10 Images obtained exclusively by Fox News show Chris and Roberta Laundrie in...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The irony of it all. The Sixers are opening the season in the Big Easy, but the offseason has been anything but. Navigating the Ben Simmons situation has been rocky, at best. Let’s take a look back at how we got to this point. READ MORE: Joel Embiid Says Sixers Teams Have ‘Always Been Built Around’ Ben Simmons’ Needs“Offensively, I wasn’t there. I didn’t do enough for my teammates,” Simmons said on June 20. After a series in which he missed 30 free throws and scored just five points in the Game 7 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, Simmons appeared to take the blame for the Sixers’ early exit. His head coach also offered this criticism when asked if they could win a championship with Simmons as a point guard. “Yeah, David, I don’t know that question or the answer to that right now,” Doc Rivers said. Following the comments, Simmons made it clear he was done with Philadelphia. In August, Rivers and Darryl Morey reportedly flew to Los Angeles to convince Simmons to run it back....
    A fascinating new book details how a group of German asylum patients who were instrumental in the modernist art movement 'found themselves on a collision course with the Nazi government'. The Gallery of Miracles and Madness by British author Charlie English tells the story of the mentally ill artists whose work was collected by the psychiatrist Hans Prizehorn in the aftermath of the First World War - only to later be murdered because of Hitler's hateful ideology.  He argues that while exploring art in the context of National Socialism may appear 'counterproductive or distasteful', Hitler's mass murder programmes and his views on art were 'intimately connected' by pseudoscientific theories about race and 'degeneracy'.   Rejected from art school in his youth, Hitler saw the modernist art movement, and psychiatrists' interest in madness, as a threat conjured up by Jews and Bolsheviks to destroy German values.   Later his rage against 'degenerate' art would develop into his first mass-murder programme, killing hundreds of thousands of the mentally ill and disabled people, along with dozens of Prizehorn artists.  A new book tells the story of the mentally ill...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have done enough talking. In rallying for an overtime victory on the road, they may have found the formula to help defend their AFC South title. Derrick Henry and the Titans piled up 532 yards in rallying from a 15-point deficit at halftime and 14 points in the final 13:06 of regulation. Henry scored two of his three touchdowns to force overtime, and a maligned defense came through for a 33-30 overtime win in Seattle. “You’ve got to stop talking about your identity, about hoping and wishing about an identity,” coach Mike Vrabel said. “You have to go out there and play to it and find out what it is, and I think that was certainly who we are.” The rally helped the Titans avoid an 0-2 start, and this performance comes just in time with Indianapolis (0-2) visiting Sunday in an early AFC South showdown. Better yet, the offense that was fourth in the NFL in scoring 30.7 points a game last season scored three touchdowns after halftime. It...
    More Cubans try dangerous trip to US across Florida Straits Now someone wants to slap a SPACE Tax on Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, et al The home stretch is upon us! With just over 50 games remaining in the regular season (wow, that really puts into perspective just how short the 2020 one was), the playoff hunt has begun to take shape, and the contenders and the pretenders have begun to split off from the rest of the pack. As we begin to fervently scoreboard watch, it’s time that we take a step back, and see how the Yankees’ competition for the Wild Card or, fingers crossed, the American League East division found their way into the playoff hunt. © Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports For the purposes of this exercise, we have narrowed down the list of teams relevant to the Yankees to the Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics, Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, and Tampa Bay Rays; due to the wide disparity between the Chicago White Sox and literally every other team in their division —...
    Cats are known for their speed, grace and elegance - but these feline friends may have missed the memo. Pet owners from across the world have shared hilarious snaps of some of the most bizarre situations their furry felines have found themselves in.  Among the most amusing images, which were first shared on Twitter page 'Out of Context Cats' before being collated in a gallery by Bored Panda, include a  moggy curled up in a wine glass and another enjoying a motorbike ride.  Elsewhere, a furry feline can be seen sitting on a statue which is reading a book, giving the impression it's getting told a story, while a further decided to kick back and relax inside a fridge.  Here, FEMAIL looks at some of the strangest places cats from across the globe have ended up...   Need a hand? A page called Out of Context Cats posts hilarious snaps of pets in unusual situations, including one furry feline, from an unknown location, who is stuck in a bin Caught in the act! Compiled in a gallery by Bored Panda, the amusing images...
    John McAfee was found in his cell at the Centre Penitenciari Brians 2 in Barcelona The prison in Spain where John McAfee was found dead in an apparent suicide had 1,500 inmates, two bunk beds per cell and 'stale bread and cold hot dogs,' according to the antivirus software pioneer's previous statements. Two inmates killed themselves in the complex in May, local media reported. McAfee's death is being investigated as a likely suicide, but a cause hasn't been determined with certainty. The prison, where McAfee was sent in October after he was caught traveling through an airport in Barcelona, is a boxy, cement, low-slung complex with a green roof, according to photos. McAfee was stopped in Barcelona after he was found wanted by U.S. authorities on tax evasion. He was set to be extradited to the U.S. the day he was found dead after being on the run since 2019. The jail where he was found dead has housed other big-name inmates - including the mastermind behind one of Catalonia’s biggest corruption schemes and a former Barcelona official. McAfee...
    Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, J.K. Rowling, Lana Del Rey and so many more have found themselves on the wrong side of the woke amid the current cancel culture.
    Researchers have defined a new personality construct to describe individuals who consistently see themselves as victims. The research, published in Personality and Individual Differences, defined Tendency for Interpersonal Victimhood, or TIV, as “an enduring feeling that the self is a victim across different kinds of interpersonal relationships.” Rahav Gabay of Israel’s School of Psychological Sciences and her team of researchers conducted a series of eight studies of Israeli adults to explore the validity of the personality trait. The initial studies showed that TIV possesses four dimensions: moral elitism, a lack of empathy, the need for recognition, and rumination. Two other studies found that the desire for revenge factored into TIV as well as intense negative emotions and entitlement to commit immoral behavior. “The higher participants’ TIV, the more they experienced negative emotions and felt entitled to behave immorally. However, only the experience of negative emotions predicted behavioral revenge,” the authors summarized. Earlier this year, Gabay and fellow researchers described TIV as causing “victimization” to become “a central part of the individual’s identity.” “The findings highlight the importance...
    Two young sisters were found by themselves on the street in Chicago, prompting a search Monday for their parents, police said. The girls, identified by police as 5-year-old Kamariya and 1-year-old Chantel, were spotted about 10:30 p.m. Sunday in the city’s South Shore neighborhood and were taken to a hospital for observation, police said. They were listed in good condition, police said. Their full names weren’t immediately known. Investigators on Monday morning asked anyone with information about the girls to contact police. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two sisters were found alone in the street in the South Shore neighborhood Sunday night.Kamariya, 5, and Chantel, 1, were found alone in the 1700-block of East 72 Street.Someone called the police after seeing the girls alone at about 10:30 p.m.The girls were taken to Comer Children's Hospital for observation and were in good condition early Monday morning.Police are asking for help to located the girls' parents. Anyone with information about the girls' family is asked to contact police.llinois Department of Children and Family Services has been notified.Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this report.
    New York (CNN)On an early October evening in 2014, a group of New York University law school students gathered for a joint birthday party at (Le) Poisson Rouge, a popular bar and music venue a few blocks from campus.One of the birthday celebrants, Colinford Mattis, quickly hit it off with another guest, Urooj Rahman, who was studying law at Fordham. Both raised in Brooklyn, the two bonded over their professional interest in human rights and their engagement in local politics, becoming friends from there on.Today, Mattis, 32, and Rahman, 31, are in jail, facing federal charges alleging they participated in a Molotov cocktail attack on an empty New York Police Department vehicle during protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The promising young lawyers with enviable educational pedigrees and significant familial responsibilities -- he is raising three foster children; she is the primary caretaker for her elderly mother -- suddenly find themselves detainees indicted on seven federal felony charges for which they face life in prison. Their predicament has puzzled not only family and friends, but also...
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