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'I don't forgive this woman, and she needs help': Black child wrongly accused of grabbing 'Cornerstore Caroline'
With tears streaming down his cheeks, a 9-year-old black child spoke out at a community meeting in New York about being wrongly accused of grabbing a white woman's backside in a corner store -- an incident disproved by security-camera footage. Jeremiah's emotional response came six days after Teresa Klein called the police and claimed the boy had grabbed her butt in a Brooklyn corner store Wednesday. Klein issued an apology after viewing surveillance video of Jeremiah's backpack brushing her backside as he passed her in the store.Politics HuffPost
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No more pregnancy-hiding coats for this girl.U.S. KTXL - Sacramento
A family in California says they are shocked and upset after their son came home and told them about a bizarre incident at his high school. He told them another student brought cookies to school, saying she had baked them with her grandmother’s ashes.U.S. The Independent
A Republican Senate candidate compared Michelle Obama to a chimpanzee during her meeting with the Queen and urged the former first lady to stand up “straighter”. Karin Housley - currently a state senator who serves in Minnesota - took to Facebook in 2009 to compare Ms Obama to the chimpanzee in 1951 film Bedtime for Bonzo, which starred Ronald Reagan.Celebrity Elle
Princess Charlotte Has A Case Of The Giggles In This New Candid Photo From Princess Eugenie's Wedding
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Returning your attention to a job previously set aside or delayed is prudent today. This could be a matter of necessity if something goes on the blink and needs repair. Or it might be because of a str...