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  • GOP Congressman Doug Lamborn Thrown Off The Ballot For 2018 news

    Colorado GOP Rep. Doug Lamborn won't be on the ballot as a Republican in 2018

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 18:50:24 -0400
  • Husband of Southwest incident victim speaks out news

    The husband of the passenger killed in the mid-air engine explosion aboard a Southwest Airlines plane tells NBC News that his late wife was constantly sending inspirational text messages to friends, spreading love and kindness.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 11:40:18 -0400
  • 'Tree Hugger' Donald Trump Gets Mauled On Twitter Over Planting Ceremony news

    Folks online called out President Donald Trump over his contempt for the

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 06:47:34 -0400
  • 13 semi truck drivers line up under bridge to stop man from committing suicide news

    The Michigan State Police, along with the help of 13 semi truck drivers,

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 16:08:56 -0400
  • Police repeatedly Taser airline passenger accused of groping and racist remarks news

    A man has been shocked repeatedly with a Taser gun and arrested on board a plane after he allegedly groped another passenger, Miami police said. According to American Airlines, there was a “disagreement” between Jacob Garcia, 28, and others on Flight 2446 as the aircraft was waiting to depart Miami International Airport for Chicago. The dispute started after Mr Garcia allegedly touched a woman without her permission, according to an arrest report.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:30:51 -0400
  • Waffle House shooting: Suspect in killing of four taken into custody after manhunt news

    Travis Jeffrey Reinking was taken into custody on Monday afternoon. He is accused of gunning down four people at a Waffle House in Antioch, a Nashville neighborhood, early Sunday morning.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:40:54 -0400
  • Rural districts are the new frontier for women running for office news

    Esther Roberts stands in her friend’s field in Somers, Wis., which sits directly across the road from the massive Foxconn development site in Pleasant Prarie, WIs. At the moment when Esther Roberts decided to run for elected office, she was standing far from her home in Somers, Wisc., amid a sea of pink hats at the March for Women in Washington, D.C., in January 2017. Roberts is typical of the thousands of women who have entered the political arena in the past 18 months in the wake of Donald Trump’s election.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:16:57 -0400
  • The Latest: Dad says 'incompetency' led to school shooting news

    COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (AP) — The Latest on the commission investigating the Florida high school massacre (all times local):

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 13:50:39 -0400
  • Mummified body of the Shah of Iran 'found in Tehran' construction site news

    A construction worker in southern Tehran may have stumbled across the mummified body of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Iranian ruler whose son was overthrown in the revolution of 1979.  Builders were carrying out construction work at a Shia shrine in Tehran when they found the body amid a pile of rubble.  Pahlavi was buried in a mausoleum nearby after his death in 1944 but the tomb was blown up by Iranian revolutionaries as they tried to erase all traces of the previous regime.  The shah’s body was never found in the ruins and has been missing for nearly 40 years.  Hassan Khalilabadi, the head of Tehran’s heritage committee, said it was “a possibility” that the corpse may be that of the former Iranian leader. “This will be examined by responsible bodies," he said. The body was reportedly found by construction workers Pahlavi was a military officer who overthrew the ruling Persian dynasty in 1921 and seized power for himself, first becoming the country’s prime minister and then its monarch.   He introduced widespread reforms and is credited by some as the founder of modern Iran. But he was forced from power in 1941 by British and Russian troops and abdicated in favour of his son.  Pahlavi went into exile and died in South Africa in 1944. His son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, was overthrown during the Iranian revolution in 1979.  Reza Shah's body as it was buried in 1944 Pahlavi’s legacy is a taboo subject for Iran’s government. While his son is still deeply controversial, some Iranians think fondly of the older Pahlavi because of his modernisation programme and his expansion of some freedoms for women.    During the widespread protests in Iran in late 2017 and early 2018, many protesters shouted out Pahlavi’s name as a way of defying Iran’s revolutionary regime. “Reza Shah, bless your soul,” people cried. If the body found in Tehran is indeed that of Reza Shah Pahlavi, Iran’s current rulers may have a delicate task figuring out what to do with it.  Islamic custom demands that all bodies be treated with respect but Iranian authorities will also be wary of allowing it to become a rallying point for opposition groups.  A spokesman for the Shah Abdol Azim shrine said the body was not Pahlavi’s. "All the rumours on the social media that claim this mummified body belongs to Reza Shah are false and void of any truth,” he said.    Reza Shah Pahlavi took power in 1921 but was forced to abdicate in 1941 by the UK and the Soviet Union Pahlavi’s grandson, Reza Pahlavi, said in a statement that he was “closely following” the reports that his grandfather’s body had been found.  He warned Iran’s government “against any secrecy or lack of transparency” in its handling of the body.   Iranian authorities said the body had been reburied. It was not immediately clear what steps Iran planned to take to verify if the body did belong to Pahlavi.  A widely-shared photograph on social media appeared to show an Iranian construction work taking a selfie with the body after discovering it at the foot of his bulldozer.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:05:24 -0400
  • No, A Monkey Can't Copyright His Selfies, Federal Appeals Court Rules news

    A monkey can't sue over copyright infringement of his selfies because he's not

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 00:49:04 -0400
  • Southwest airlines cancels dozens of flights for engine inspections after deadly midair explosion news

    Inspecting its 737 engines round-the-clock on Monday, Southwest canceled 3 percent of its total flights, inconveniencing several thousand passengers.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:52:12 -0400
  • Sean Hannity Defends Real Estate Empire Aided By HUD Loans news

    Fox News host Sean Hannity is speaking out following a report that he

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 16:27:18 -0400
  • America Must Come to Terms with Reality in Syria news

    The joint attack carried out by the United States, United Kingdom and France on April 14 in Syria—targeting three sites related to Assad’s chemical weapons program—was a firm reaction and punishment for Assad’s continued use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians. What singled out this chemical weapons attack from others Assad carried out over the past year was that it was not limited to the use of chlorine. The large number of civilian casualties and the fact that sarin nerve agent was mixed with the chlorine sparked the second military response by the Trump administration—this time together with the United Kingdom and France—with the aim of upholding the well-established international norm against the use of chemical weapons.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:40:00 -0400
  • Actress Allison Mack Is Released To Her Parents On $5 Million Bail In Sex Trafficking Case news

    Former "Smallville" cast member and accused sex trafficker Allison Mack was

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:58:05 -0400
  • George H.W. Bush said to be doing ‘much better’ after hospitalization news

    At 93, the longest-living president, according to a family spokesman, is responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 11:38:22 -0400
  • Armenian opposition leader calls new rally for Wednesday news

    By Hasmik Mkrtchyan and Margarita Antidze YEREVAN (Reuters) - The Armenian opposition leader who helped force the country's prime minister to resign called on supporters to stage a rally on Wednesday after planned talks with the ruling Republican Party were canceled. Serzh Sarksyan, who previously served as Armenia's president for a decade, resigned as prime minister on Monday after almost two weeks of street protests prompted by accusations he had manipulated the constitution to cling to power. "The Republican Party is thinking about taking advantage of Serzh Sarksyan's resignation and wants to keep power," opposition lawmaker Nikol Pashinyan said in a video appeal posted on his Facebook page after he led thousands of people on a march on Tuesday.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:29:44 -0400
  • Man shackled for days in prisoner transport van files suit

    McLEAN, Va. (AP) — Edward Kovari's 18-day ordeal began Sept. 12, 2016, when some guys in a van showed up to take him from a jail in Virginia to Texas, where he was wanted on charges that he had stolen a car.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 16:29:13 -0400
  • Father of Waffle House shooting suspect was told to keep guns away from son news

    New details are emerging about Travis Reinking, the man accused of killing four people at a Waffle House in Tennessee. He was arrested last June for threatening someone with an AR-15, and was arrested near the White House after demanding to see President Trump. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann has the latest.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 18:46:47 -0400
  • Mourning victims of deadly van attack in Toronto

    A crowd gathered late Tuesday in Toronto's North York community to pay their respects to the van victims at a makeshift memorial of roses, candles and messages of condolence.

    Wed, 25 Apr 2018 09:25:04 -0400
  • UN chief strongly condemns air strikes on Yemen wedding news

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday strongly condemned airstrikes on a wedding in Yemen that killed dozens of people, including children, and called for an investigation. Yemen's Huthi rebels have blamed the Saudi-led coalition for the attack on the wedding in northern Hajjah province late Sunday. Guterres "strongly condemns the airstrikes on a wedding party in Hajjah and on civilian vehicles in Taez, where at least 50 civilians, including children, were reportedly killed and scores of others injured," said a UN statement.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 14:36:41 -0400
  • In Donald Trump, Israelis hear echoes of an ancient emperor news

    Israelis cheered when President Trump said the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Now prominent Israelis are comparing the American president to the ancient Persian emperor Cyrus the Great, a hero to Jews who authorized building the Second Temple — raising the possibility of building the Third Temple in Jerusalem.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:58:59 -0400
  • Uranus Is Actually A Giant Ball Of Farts Floating In Space, Study Finds news

    Someone light a match.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 05:01:08 -0400
  • Best Cars Under $10,000 For College Graduates: Cheap, Safe, Fun

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    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:25:10 -0400
  • 12 Questions People In Polyamorous Relationships Are Sick Of Hearing news

    People who practice polyamory understand the world's curiosity: Loving more

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:00:56 -0400
  • Who controls the world's longest river?

    With Ethiopia signaling it may start filling its towering $4 billion Grand Renaissance Dam this year, safeguarding scarce Nile water resources has surged to the top of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's policy agenda as he begins a second term. Egypt, which relies almost exclusively on the Nile for farming, industry and drinking water, has sought assurances that the dam will not significantly cut the river's flow to its rapidly growing population. Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, has said the dam will not disrupt the flow and hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:03:41 -0400
  • The Latest: Spokesman: George HW Bush responding, recovering news

    HOUSTON (AP) — The Latest on the health of former President George H.W. Bush (all times local):

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 13:58:50 -0400
  • Saraland Police Stand By Controversial Arrest Of Woman At Waffle House news

    Police in Saraland, Alabama, said a disturbance at a Waffle House there very

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 20:14:10 -0400
  • Canadian lynched by villagers in Peruvian Amazon after death of elderly healer news

    Police in Peru were last night preparing a series of arrests over the lynching of a Canadian man accused by villagers of murdering an 81-year-old medicine woman. Sebastian Woodruffe’s body was found in a shallow grave on Saturday in a remote village in the Amazonian region of Ucayali. The 41-year-old had been accused by locals of the murder of Olivia Arevalo, a traditional healer of the Shipibo-Conibo tribe. She was shot twice and died on Thursday near her home, said Ricardo Palma Jimenez, the head of a group of prosecutors in Ucayali. Arevalo had been working with traditional plant medicine since the age of 15, and came from a long line of healers, according to the Temple of the Way of Light centre, where she worked. The centre published a YouTube video that shows her singing one of her curing songs. Ricardo Franco, Arevalo’s nephew, described her to a Peruvian TV station as “the mother that protects the Earth in the jungle”. He said she was “the most beloved woman” in the tribe. Woodruffe was believed to have been one of her clients, and some reports on social media suggested that she was killed for refusing to perform an ayahuasca ceremony – a hallucinogenic spiritual ritual increasingly popular with Westerners. Other reports indicated a row over debts. Arevalo’s sons disputed both versions, however, saying that she had stopped performing ayahuasca ceremonies due to her health. Sebastian Woodroffe was found buried. Villagers in remote parts of Peru often punish suspects according to local customs and without the involvement of authorities Locals told an indigenous news outlet that witnesses saw Woodroffe shoot Arevalo multiple times after she sang an ikaro, or curing song. He then fled, local residents alleged, prompting Arevalo’s family members to post a “wanted” bulletin online and on Facebook, showing Woodroffe’s photo, identifying him by name and nationality, and offering a reward. Distressing mobile phone footage, shared on social media, showed the attack on Woodruffe. He is seen in the film groaning in a puddle near a thatched-roof structure, as another man puts a rope around his neck and drags him, with others looking on. Mr Jimenez said the footage was being studied, and Peru’s ministry of the interior said in a statement issued on Monday that they were close to making arrests in the case. “The prosecutor is concluding his file soliciting the preliminary arrest of the person seen in the video,” a ministry source told Peruvian newspaper El Comercio. Canada's foreign ministry said they were investigating. "Canada extends its deepest condolences following the reported assassination of‎ Olivia Arévalo Lomas, an Indigenous elder and human rights defender," said Global Affairs Canada, which manages Canadian foreign relations, in a statement. "We are also aware that a Canadian ‎was killed in a related incident. Consular services are being provided to the family of the Canadian." Woodruffe, who is the father of a nine-year-old boy, grew up in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. His friend Yarrow Willard told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that Woodroffe worked odd jobs in recent years and did some professional diving. Woodroffe said in a YouTube video in 2013 that he decided to leave his job and leave his home in Canada to study plant medicine in Peru. A relative’s battle with alcoholism had inspired him to “fix the family’s spirit” and pursue a career as an addictions counsellor, he said. Woodroffe began raising money for an apprenticeship with traditional healers in the Amazon, writing on his fundraising page that he felt a responsibility to “support this culture and retain some of their treasure in me and my family, and share it with those that wish to learn.” But Mr Willard said Woodroffe had become more distant after trying ayahuasca in Peru in 2016, and came back “troubled” from his retreats there. He described Woodroffe as a person “who likes to poke, and likes to test the boundaries of people’s beliefs, but is very much a gentle person underneath all that.” He found it hard to believe that his friend would ever be involved in a violent crime. “He had a beautiful spark to him that people respected and loved.” He added: “This man has never had a gun or talked about anything along that line,” suggesting that Woodroffe may have become a scapegoat for Arevalo’s murder. Arevalo's murder prompted outrage in Peru following other unsolved murders of indigenous activists who had repeatedly faced death threats related to efforts to keep illegal loggers and oil palm growers off native lands. Policing is scant over much of the Peruvian Andes and Amazon and villagers in far-flung provinces often punish suspected criminals according to local customs and without the involvement of state police and prosecutors. “We’ve just been in shock,” said Mr Willard. “It just felt like a scam because there is no way this person is capable of that.” Woodroffe becomes the second Westerner to die at a Peruvian retreat. In December 2015 Joshua Andrew Freeman Stevens, 29, killed 25-year-old Briton Unais Gomes after Gomes tried to stab him at a ceremony involving the hallucinogens. Mr Freeman Stevens' actions were ruled self defence and he returned home to Canada. Mr Jimenez said that an autopsy showed Woodroffe died of strangulation, after receiving several blows to his body. "We will not rest until both murders, of the indigenous woman as well as the Canadian man, are solved," he said. “We want the people of the Amazon to know that there is justice, but not justice by their own hands.” A Peruvian vice minister visited the community at the weekend to reassure locals that they would find the truth behind both murders. But the villagers were sceptical. “There is justice for those with money,” one local resident, Alder Rengifo Torres, told TV Peru. Another local woman was captured on Peruvian television telling the minister: “A foreigner can come and kill us, day after day, like dogs or cats, and nothing happens. The state does nothing.” A Peruvian ombudsman wrote tweets condemning the killing of Arevalo, “a promoter of the cultural rights of the Shipibo-Conibo indigenous people.” He urged the government to protect indigenous people “in the face of an increase in illicit activities that put their lives at risk.” But the ombudsman’s office also expressed its “resounding rejection of the lynching and murder of the alleged perpetrator” of Arevalo’s killing, adding: “We ask the authorities for an in-depth investigation."

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:36:08 -0400
  • Taiwan to stage live-fire drill simulating China "invasion" news

    Taiwan will practice thwarting a Chinese "invasion" in annual live fire drills in June, simulating surprise coastal assaults to reflect increased military threats from Beijing, officials said Tuesday. China's growing military is increasingly flexing its muscles and held live-fire drills last week in the Taiwan Strait -- the narrow waterway separating the Chinese mainland from Taiwan -- following weeks of naval manoeuvres in the area. Chinese officials said their drills were to safeguard Beijing's territorial sovereignty, a major priority for President Xi Jinping.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 04:28:31 -0400
  • Report supports dossier, contradicts Trump on night in Moscow news

    Donald Trump responded to accusations in the Steele dossier by telling James Comey he never spent the night in Moscow. A new Bloomberg report, along with past reporting, show Trump claim is not true.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 17:09:50 -0400
  • This Mercedes-Benz Maybach SUV Concept Might Soon Become the Fanciest Car in the World news

    Unveiled before the 2018 Beijing Auto Show, the all-electric SUV concept includes a built-in heated ebony tray that holds a teapot and cups

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:33:54 -0400
  • Two Dallas Police Officers, One Civilian Shot; Suspect in Custody news

    Two police officers are in critical condition and a suspect is in custody after a shooting at a Home Depot in Dallas.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 23:17:36 -0400
  • NRA members destroy products of outdoor company that cut ties with the organisation news

    National Rifle Association (NRA) members have been posting videos of destroying products made by Yeti after the company cut ties with the group in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. Yeti primarily makes high-end outdoors products, including iceboxes costing between $250 to $1,300 according to the Washington Post. The company had been offering NRA members a discount on its products often used for outdoor events.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 12:05:00 -0400
  • The Latest: UN chief says retreat 'cooled' Syria tensions news

    BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the Syria conflict (all times local):

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:43:31 -0400
  • Audi Q8 Teased On Video news

    Here's hoping the new Q8 shows up sooner than later.

    Wed, 25 Apr 2018 05:22:41 -0400
  • Police Arrest Waffle House Shooting Suspect, Ending Manhunt news

    Travis Reinking, the 29-year-old suspected of killing four people Sunday in a

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 14:16:12 -0400
  • Texas to execute man convicted of killing two at birthday party news

    Texas plans to execute on Wednesday a man convicted of opening fire at a children's birthday party in 2008, believing a rival gang member was present and fatally shooting a woman and her five-year-old granddaughter in a spray of bullets. Texas plans to put Erick Davila, 31, to death by lethal injection at 6 p.m. (2300 GMT) at its execution chamber in Huntsville. If the execution goes ahead, it will be the ninth this year in the United States and the 550th in Texas since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976, the most of any state.

    Wed, 25 Apr 2018 06:05:44 -0400
  • Top US court rules for Arab Bank in Israel attack case news

    Victims of attacks in Israel cannot use an 18th century law to sue the Arab Bank, a multinational financial institution, the US Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday in a precedent-setting case for other foreign businesses. Plaintiffs accused the Jordan-based bank of facilitating transfers to Hamas, the Islamist movement which controls the Gaza Strip and which Israel and the United States label a terrorist group. The Arab Bank was founded in Jerusalem in 1930 when Palestine was under the British Mandate, and now has more than 600 branches worldwide.

    Wed, 25 Apr 2018 03:19:20 -0400
  • Trump Reportedly Uses Private Cell Phone More Often Amid Kelly's Waning Influence news

    President Donald Trump has reportedly increased his use of a private cell

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 04:25:40 -0400
  • China Is Building Another Aircraft Carrier (and It Could Be a Game Changer) news

    The planned carrier is bigger and features aircraft launch pads—some of which could be powered by electromagnetic motors. Despite having similar steam turbo engines, the new carrier will do away with the curled-up bow as aircraft will be catapulted from launch pads, although it remains to be seen if the novel electromagnetic system which the Chinese military has been testing for years will be put into use on the carrier. While China is readying its first home-built aircraft carrier – now doing sea trials in the Bohai Sea – for delivery to the navy by the end of the year, preparations are also underway to build a second carrier in Shanghai.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:44:00 -0400
  • Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury Concept news

    Those turbine wheels look awesome, though.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 10:00:00 -0400
  • 'Fortnite' Will Face Serious Battle Royale Competition on PS4 From 'H1Z1' news

    Finally, a battle royale game for adults on PS4.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 13:44:00 -0400
  • Armenian PM resigns; here's what led to the surprise move news

    YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned Monday, giving in to protesters who claimed he was trying to rule for life. As a president nearing his term limit, Sargsyan shifted the country to a system in which the prime minister is more powerful than the president, and a week ago he took the new top job. Here's how the crisis unfolded:

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:07:51 -0400
  • NRA breaks fundraising record in month after Parkland shooting news

    The National Rifle Association (NRA) has received record breaking donations in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February, even as students across the country have led massive demonstrations to promote gun control legislation. The organisation’s political action committee, dubbed the Political Victory Fund, raised $2.4m in March — the first full month following the massacre in Parkland, Florida where 17 people were killed including 14 teenagers.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 12:39:00 -0400
  • Toronto police officer hailed as hero for arresting suspect without firing shot news

    A Canadian police officer is being hailed for the restraint and professionalism he showed in arresting the suspect in the Toronto van attack without firing a single shot. Soon after, the alleged driver of the van was arrested by a lone police officer in a confrontation lasting less than a minute and caught on video by bystanders. “Get down,” the officer, identified by sources as Ken Lam, shouts repeatedly.

    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 15:37:40 -0400
  • Peru judge orders two arrested for allegedly lynching Canadian

    A Peruvian judge on Monday ordered the arrests of two men accused of lynching a Canadian man last week in a remote Amazonian village as retribution. The Canadian, 41-year-old Sebastian Woodroffe, had been accused by villagers of murdering an indigenous medicine woman in the region of Ucayali and was killed in revenge by a "mob," according to Peru's interior ministry. A minute-and-a-half-long cellphone recording of the lynching, which was posted on Facebook, showed two men dragging Woodroffe by a noose around his neck as others looked on.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 20:05:33 -0400
  • New Palestinian deaths bring toll from Israel clashes to 40 news

    Two Palestinians wounded in clashes with Israel were pronounced dead Monday, a Gaza official said, bringing the toll from Israeli fire since March 30 to 40. A spokesman for the Hamas-controlled territory's health ministry named the latest fatalities as Tahrir Wahba, 18, and Abdullah Shamali, 20. Wahba was shot in the head in a clash east of Khan Yunis on April 6, and Shamali died of "bullet wounds to his belly" sustained on Friday, said spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:44:33 -0400
  • California Mother Killed Two Young Sons, Then Herself, Police Say news

    Modesto police say 28-year-old Lisandra Corrales fatally shot her two sons, ages 4 and 6, before turning the gun on herself. Neighbors say they are shocked and never noticed any red flags.

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 23:18:44 -0400
  • 20 Mother's Day Bouquet Ideas

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    Tue, 24 Apr 2018 11:28:00 -0400
  • Channing Tatum And Arie Luyendyk Jr. Have A Day At The Races news

    A soon-to-be celebrity bachelor and a much-despised reality TV bachelor revved

    Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:59:55 -0400
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