Chris Watts Was Allegedly Cheating on Wife Shanann with Coworker Before Murdering His Family: Authorities
Chris Watts Was Allegedly Cheating on Wife Shanann Before Murders
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A photo of officer Celeste Jaqueline Ayala nursing the distressed infant while on duty at a Buenos Aires hospital set the internet ablaze.
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The Migos rapper wasn’t very pleased with her opening bit.
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SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) - One moment, Matt Tomaszewski was enjoying a sunny day at the beach with his family. The next, he was running to the ocean with his paddleboard to try to save the lives of six swimmers caught in a rip current. He was among numerous good Samaritans and others who sprang into action Sunday at New Hampshire's Seabrook Beach. Police and fire rescuers were called. One officer shed his uniform, jumped in and helped swimmers to shore; he returned later with a surfboard to search for another. Lifeguards at a nearby beach swarmed in on Jet Skis and with a rescue boat. Four swimmers and a good Samaritan who also got caught in the current were pulled to safety, but a married couple
Steve Dennis’s birth certificate didn’t say where he was born or when, or to whom. It just said he was found in a telephone booth. Two bread deliverymen had found him there early one January morning in 1954, back when Dennis didn’t yet have a name. They found the “big blue-eyed infant” wrapped in blankets inside a cardboard box in the phone booth just outside Yielky’s Drive-In near Lancaster, Ohio, the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette reported at the time. There was no telling how long he had been there, perhaps only a few hours. The baby was very cold to the touch, the paper reported, and so was the bottle of milk left with him in the box. The mystery soon captivated the residents of Lancaster. In just
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Say What Now? Drunk Porsche Employee Gets Fired After Harassing a Group of Black Patrons at an Atlanta Hotel Lounge
via The Root: Kodili Okechuwu (pronounced like “Cuddly”) was part of a group of six black professionals out celebrating a birthday at the Overdrive Lounge last Thursday. “We were loving it, we were all talking about how we were gonna tell everyone else about it and come back,” Okechuwu told The Root. That is until #LineSteppingLisa came on the scene. An older Asian woman, who appeared to be drunk, plopped down on the birthday party couch and began talking loudly to other people. At first, Okechuwu’s group ignored her, but when they politely asked the woman to leave she refused, first demanding that they prove the table was reserved and then just ignoring them and inviting her other friends to
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These incredible aerial photographs show the clear contrast between the richest and poorest people across the world . Bird’s-eye view pictures captured across the globe show the levels of inequality in close proximity, with the richest and poorest living side by side . The photographs make up africanDRONE founder and photographer Johnny Miller’s ‘Unequal Scenes’ project. Britain’s most popular and least popular cities have been revealed NHS warns ‘no deal’ Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages and spread of disease Mother denies murdering four-year-old daughter Amelia Brooke Harris ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ 2018 line-up: Lauren Steadman announced British air hostess credits yoga and singing for surviving in the sea after ‘falling off cruise liner’ Miller, who used DJI drones to take the images, has seen his project internationally recognised and awarded. He moved to South Africa from America six years ago and said he found the inequality on display ‘impossible to ignore’. Miller added that he believes ‘inequality is the defining challenge of this generation’.