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This Maryland man just won the lottery for a third time

This Maryland man just won the lottery for a third time

Call it a lucky streak! A man in Baltimore County, Maryland, recently won $100,000 on a scratch-off ticket — and it’s not the first time. The 47-year-old cook, who was not named by Maryland Lottery officials, also won $1,000 earlier this year and $10,000 the year before. He picked up his latest winning ticket, $100,000…More

Parents sue Minnesota charter school alleging racist behavior

Parents sue Minnesota charter school alleging racist behavior

The parents of several Black and biracial students are suing the operator of a Minnesota charter school on behalf of their children, alleging that the school failed to prevent “racist, unfair, hurtful and at times dangerous interactions” at the hands of both students and staff. The students — all minors and unnamed in the suit…More

Black state trooper in Louisiana faces termination after accusing colleagues of murder

Black state trooper in Louisiana faces termination after accusing colleagues of murder

A Louisiana state trooper who accused colleagues involved in the death of Ronald Greene of murder and an alleged internal coverup says he was notified he will be fired. Carl Cavalier gave an interview in June to CNN affiliate WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge. During this interview, he describes what he believes was an internal coverup…More

California oil spill that shut down beaches was about 25,000 gallons, well below earlier estimate
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California oil spill that shut down beaches was about 25,000 gallons, well below earlier estimate

When crude oil leaked into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California earlier this month, the amount spilled was about 25,000 gallons, officials said Friday. “We have a high degree of confidence that the spill amount is approximately 588 barrels of oil,” US Coast Guard spokesperson Amy Stork said. “This is consistent with…More

Man injured in Kenosha protests shooting sues city, county and law enforcement officers

Man injured in Kenosha protests shooting sues city, county and law enforcement officers

Gaige Grosskreutz, the sole survivor of the Kenosha protests shootings, is suing the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County and many of its officers, alleging “Kenosha law enforcement officers and white nationalist militia persons discussed and coordinated strategy” that led to the shooting that injured him and killed two others. “It was not a mistake that…More

Alex Murdaugh waives his extradition hearing in Florida, will return to South Carolina to face charges
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Alex Murdaugh waives his extradition hearing in Florida, will return to South Carolina to face charges

Alex Murdaugh waived an extradition hearing in Florida on Friday, according to the Orange County Corrections office, and is expected to return to South Carolina to face charges related to the misappropriation of settlement funds in connection with the 2018 death of his family’s longtime housekeeper. The waiver of extradition, provided by Orange County Corrections,…More

Nikolas Cruz intends to plead guilty to Parkland shooting charges, his lawyer says
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Nikolas Cruz intends to plead guilty to Parkland shooting charges, his lawyer says

Nikolas Cruz intends to plead guilty to charges stemming from the February 2018 massacre at South Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School — the deadliest high school shooting in US history — his attorney said Friday in court. The plea would come more than three and a half years after the Valentine’s Day shooting in…More

Meet the 63-year-old college athlete with a killer golf swing
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Meet the 63-year-old college athlete with a killer golf swing

Debbie Blount is, for the most part, your average college undergrad, trying to make it through the semester amid piles of homework and a packed after-school schedule. She enjoys her history classes but struggles with statistics, a subject she calls the “bane of [her] existence.” She just declared a major — interdisciplinary studies — and…More

Officer killed on new beat considered career change but decided, ‘I love what I’m doing,’ his father said
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Officer killed on new beat considered career change but decided, ‘I love what I’m doing,’ his father said

Just weeks ago, Dylan Harrison’s father tried to persuade him to leave law enforcement to be an electrician. Instead, Harrison redoubled his commitment to policing. On his first part-time shift with a new agency, Harrison was shot dead last weekend in Middle Georgia. He’d sought the second job to supplement his full-time duties with a…More

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Adele’s best songs for every mood
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Adele’s best songs for every mood

We know it seems like most of Adele’s music is about heartbreak, but that’s just because she does it so well. The release of her new single “Easy On Me” has us back in our feelings (thank you, Adele). With lyrics like “I was still a child / Didn’t get the chance to feel the…More

TV OT: Joe Goldberg v. Dexter Morgan: Sizing up TV’s serial killer kings. Plus, a critic’s conundrum
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TV OT: Joe Goldberg v. Dexter Morgan: Sizing up TV’s serial killer kings. Plus, a critic’s conundrum

A strike is looming but the work on TV OT continues. Here’s this week’s column: The bloody best of TV The next few weeks are poised to be a regular serial killer spree with the return of Netflix’s “You” and Showtime’s “Dexter” in the form of a reboot titled “Dexter: New Blood.” “You” returns with…More

Mac Miller’s ‘Faces’ mix tape hits streaming services
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Mac Miller’s ‘Faces’ mix tape hits streaming services

Some old Mac Miller music is new again. The 2014 mix tape “Faces” from the rapper, who died from an accidental overdose in 2018 at the age of 26, has hit streaming services for the first time. Containing 25 tracks, it includes collaborations with several fellow artists including Rick Ross, Schoolboy Q and Vince Staples.…More

Lil Kim claps back at 50 Cent over viral video
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Lil Kim claps back at 50 Cent over viral video

Rap beefs are common, but this one came with an Irish tinge. After rapper/actor/producer 50 Cent posted his amusement about a viral TikTok video that compared raptress Lil Kim dancing to a leprechaun, she clapped back. “Ur so obsessed wit me this is getting creepy. Yarnnnn this one ain’t it bro not funny at all…More

Lance Bass and husband Michael Turchin welcome twins
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Lance Bass and husband Michael Turchin welcome twins

Lance Bass is now a dad to twins. The *NSYNC alum and husband Michael Turchin welcomed home Violet Betty and Alexander James, Bass announced on Instagram Thursday. The babies were carried via surrogate, the singer said. Alexander, born one minute before his sister on Wednesday, weighed 4 lbs., 14 oz. Violet weighed 4 lbs., 11…More

‘Succession’ doesn’t miss a beat as its Murdochian family feud continues
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‘Succession’ doesn’t miss a beat as its Murdochian family feud continues

Success hasn’t spoiled “Succession,” as the Emmy-winning drama returns with all its Shakespearean and Murdochian overtones intact, with a bruising father-son battle over its fictional media empire. Stripped of that, the HBO series remains enormously fun, filled with cringe-inducing moments and the kind of vicious insults that would make the writers of “Veep” blush. Having…More

‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ turns her MS diagnosis into a deeply personal documentary
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‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ turns her MS diagnosis into a deeply personal documentary

Coming not long after the splendid Val Kilmer documentary, “Introducing, Selma Blair” provides more deeply personal access to an actor in the throes of a health crisis, following her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2018. In this case, the focus is less on her career than her struggles and treatment, with the goal of assisting others…More

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ and ‘Day of the Dead’ stretch movie horror into series
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‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ and ‘Day of the Dead’ stretch movie horror into series

For anyone who watched “I Know What You Did Last Summer” or “Night of the Living Dead” and thought, “I wish that movie was four times longer,” Amazon and Syfy have series for you, because it’s that time of year for scary shows, and as things currently stand in TV/streaming, anything worth doing is worth…More

Gloria Estefan hopes to inspire change by tackling tough issues on ‘Red Table Talk’
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Gloria Estefan hopes to inspire change by tackling tough issues on ‘Red Table Talk’

Gloria Estefan is getting candid in a whole new season of “Red Table Talk: The Estefans.” “I think it’s a great opportunity to show a multi-generational view of different topics that everyone is somehow affected by in our world,” The singer said in a recent interview with CNN. The latest episode, which debuted on Facebook…More

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