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  • Man Deemed Too Old to Be a Threat Fatally Stabs Woman — the Same Way He Murdered Wife 40 Years Ago

    Man Deemed Too Old to Be Threat Stabs Woman — 40 Years After Killing Wife

  • Batwoman star Ruby Rose says she has to pull out of Comic-Con: 'It is devastating'

    'Batwoman' star Ruby Rose says she has to pull out of Comic-Con

    Entertainment Weekly
  • Trevor Noah on Why Those Racist Trump Rally Chants Against Ilhan Omar Were ‘Extra Disturbing’

    Comedy CentralOn Thursday night, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah addressed President Trump’s bordering-on-fascist rally the night before at Williams Arena in Greenville, North Carolina—you know, the one where Trump worked up his crowd into a lather till they unleashed a racist chant against Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). “And obviously and importantly, Omar has a history of launching vicious, anti-Semitic screeds,” offered Trump, to loud chants of “SEND HER BACK!” from the crowd. (Note: Omar has no such history.) “Wow. Send her back. A U.S. citizen, send her back,” offered a defeated Noah. “It almost makes you miss the innocent days when all Trump’s crowd wanted to do was imprison a woman without trial. Lock her up! Lock her up! Because that was horrible, but at least Hillary would be able to stay in the country.”“There have been several disturbing moments in the Trump presidency, but for some reason, this one moment felt extra disturbing,” the comedian continued. “It’s the same way I felt when Ted Cruz grew a beard: I didn’t think it could get any worse, but here we are. And I’m far from the only one who felt that way about this moment in the rally. Pretty much everyone who watched this thing was sickened by what they saw.” Trump, for his part, later told reporters he “felt a little bit badly” about the racist chants and claimed that he tried to cut them off during the rally by “speaking very quickly” (he did exactly the opposite—pausing for effect). “Wait, what?!” Noah exclaimed. “Sometimes I think this guy thinks, like, cameras don’t exist. How is Trump going to say he wasn’t happy with that chant? He inspired the chant. He’s the one who tweeted they should go back.” Seth Meyers Grills Meghan McCain: Your Rep. Ilhan Omar Comments Are ‘Dangerous’“I don’t know what’s a worse lie: Trump saying that he didn’t like the chant or that he quickly stopped the crowd from chanting,” added Noah. “He didn’t stop anything. He was basking in that moment like an iguana soaking up racist sun. He let that chant go on for so long, Usain Bolt could have won a gold medal in that time.” “Here’s the thing: We’ve seen this before from Trump… he gets his supporters worked up, he pretends to be shocked, and then it becomes one of his greatest hits when he’s on the road.” The late-night host then left all Republican politicians silent over the racist chant with a message: “Grow some balls.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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  • 50 Years After a Woman Mysteriously Drowned in Ted Kennedy's Car, a Letter Claims to Reveal the Truth

    Ted Kennedy's Chappadquiddick Car Crash: Letter Claims Answers

  • Ariz. Ex-Teacher Reports to Prison for 20-Year Sentence After Sexually Abusing 6th-Grade Boy

    Ariz. Teacher Goes to Prison for 20 Years for Sex With 6th Grader

  • Family mourns 6-year-old girl killed by father's golf shot

    Relatives of a 6-year-old Utah girl who died after her father accidentally struck her with a golf ball are remembering her as a loving, playful child. Aria Hill's uncle David Smith described her as a happy child who greeted strangers and enjoyed spending time with her parents. Police say the ball struck Hill in the back of the head on Monday morning, while the father and daughter were out golfing with Hill's uncle, Brayden Hill, at Sleepy Ridge Golf Course in Orem about 40 miles (65 kilometers) south of Salt Lake City.

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  • Charles Barkley named this Celtics legend as best player he had to guard in NBA

    Charles Barkley played against many of the most talented players the NBA has ever seen, but when asked about the best player he ever had to guard, one Boston Celtics legend stood above the rest.

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  • Britney Spears shows off her 'fun summer' in a bikini twirl with boyfriend Sam Asghari

    Smokin'! Britney Spears and boyfriend Sam Asghari showed off their beach bods during a video montage of the couple dancing by the pool.

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  • Police responding to foul odor find woman dead in New York City apartment

    Police are investigating the death of a 33-year-old woman found dead with obvious signs of trauma to her body.

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  • Fall Fashion Is Coming: The Cutest Dresses You’ll Be Wearing in Fall (11 photos)

    From minidresses and midis, there's something for everyone. From Town & Country

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  • Alessandra Ambrosio Greeces Her Cheeks Down During Mediterranean Getaway

    Alessandra Ambrosio oils herself down while in Greece.

  • Trump 2020 Spokesperson Gets A Brutal Fact-Check On Live TV: 'How Dare You!'

    President Donald Trump’s campaign spokesperson received a lesson about one of the most fundamental rights of every American.

  • Padma Lakshmi Shares Steamy Bikini Photo, Insists There's 'No Retouching Up in Here'

    Padma Lakshmi Shares Unretouched Bikini Photo on Instagram

  • Ex-University of Illinois Ph.D. Candidate Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Visiting Chinese Scholar

    HandoutA federal jury sentenced the former University of Illinois physics doctoral student who kidnapped and murdered a visiting Chinese scholar to life in prison on Thursday.Brendt Christensen, 29, was found guilty last month during his trial at the U.S. District Court in Peoria, after his own defense team admitted that he was responsible for 26-year-old Yingying Zhang’s death.Though Illinois no longer has capital punishment in state cases, Christensen could have been sentenced to death because he was convicted in federal court. As the jury, which deliberated for over eight hours, did not reach a unanimous vote on the death penalty, Christensen was automatically sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Thursday.He reportedly flashed a smile to his defense attorneys after the verdict was read. Christensen abducted Zhang in June 2017 from a bus stop in Urbana, about 140 miles southwest of Chicago, by posing as an undercover officer, prosecutors said. Once back at his apartment, authorities say he raped, choked, and stabbed Zhang, then beat her with a baseball bat and decapitated her.Zhang’s body was never found.Body of Slain University of Utah Student Mackenzie Lueck Was Found Bound in Shallow GraveChristensen was implicated in the death when his then-girlfriend, Terra Bullis, wore an FBI wire to the vigil for Zhang’s disappearance; Bullis recorded Christensen telling her about how he raped and killed Zhang, whom he called his 13th victim. (An FBI agent during the trial said authorities have not yet been able to corroborate that Christensen killed another 12 victims but also haven’t ruled it out.)When Christensen saw the crowd at the vigil, Bullis testified that he told her: “They’re all here for me.”On the recording, Christensen called Zhang “valiant” in her fight to survive and said she was “stronger than any victim I’ve ever had.”“I won’t tell you where she is. I won’t tell anyone. They will never find her,” he said.In an effort to convince the jury to let him live, Christensen’s defense team had showed videos of him as a child.But Assistant U.S. Attorney James Nelson said on Wednesday during the government’s closing arguments that “justice must be done.”“Sentence Brendt Christensen to death,” he said. “All murderers start out as innocent children. Sometimes children grow up to be cruel adults. The defendant is not in here because of what he did when he was 12.”“The defendant killed Yingying Zhang for sport,” Nelson added, explaining that Zhang’s family had so much hope for her bright future.Family of Slain University of Utah Student Lauren McCluskey Files $56 Million Lawsuit Against School“That’s why Yingying fought so hard,” he said. “She had so much to live for.”During the trial, prosecutors said that Christensen decided even before Zhang’s arrival in the United States that he would kill “a petite woman who could easily be disposed of” and that she was his “ideal victim.” Authorities told the jurors that Christensen approached a different young woman earlier that same day, posing as an officer, but that woman refused to get in the car.Last week, Zhang’s family—and Christensen himself—cried as her father described the last time he saw her alive at a train station on her way to the U.S.“She is part of me as if my life without her would not be complete,” Ronggao Zhang testified at Christensen’s sentencing. “To tell you the truth, I do not know how to live the rest of my life.”“This wonderful daughter of mine, she is my everything,” Zhang’s mother, Lifeng Ye, said in her testimony. “Our entire family does not know how to carry on.”Zhang’s fiancé, Xiaolin Hou, told the jurors that her death “totally changed the track of my life” and “took away the most important person in my 30 years of life.”Missing Pregnant Teen Found Slain, Her Baby Ripped From Her WombAfter Christensen was convicted, Zhang’s father said in a statement that her family “will not give up” on their wish to “find Yingying and bring her home.”Christensen’s mother, Ellen Williams, testified during his sentencing that it would be “devastating” if her son was executed, and defense attorneys pointed to her testimony, as well as Christensen’s good behavior in jail, in their case for a life sentence. In her closing arguments, federal defender Elisabeth Pollock asked for mercy for Christensen, emphasizing that he sought help for his mental health issues before ultimately killing Zhang.“He’s leaving prison in a casket,” Pollock said. “The only question is when.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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  • The 2020 Chevy Corvette C8 Will Start at Less Than $60,000

    Mark Reuss announced the C8's base price during the reveal of the new supercar.

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