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- U.S.The Daily Beast
Navesh Chitrakar via ReutersA pregnant 19-year-old woman in India was allegedly decapitated with a sickle by her younger brother, who then posed for a selfie with her severed head along with their mother.The horrific murder—deemed an honor killing after the woman eloped with her fiance without her family’s consent—took place in the western Indian state of Maharashtra on Sunday, according to the BBC. Both the young man, identified as Sanket Mote, and the pair’s mother, identified as Shobhabai Mot
- SportsThe Tennessean
Master P's son Hercy Miller, a freshman on Tennessee State's basketball team, has entered the transfer portal: Report
Hercy Miller is a point guard who has played sparingly at Tennessee Stat after suffering a hip injury
- EntertainmentGood Housekeeping
Gibbs, portrayed by actor Mark Harmon, left 'NCIS' at the beginning of season 19. Now, fans of the CBS drama believe he will come back soon.
Vanessa Bryant says she feels 'sick' and 'extreme sadness and anger' knowing Kobe and Gianna crash scene photos were shared by LA County officials
"When my girls are assigned their family tree, I do not want them searching my husband's and daughter's names to discover their remains," Bryant said.
- CelebrityNY Daily News
NEW YORK — Ghislaine Maxwell spoke in a baby voice and outsourced sex acts for her boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein because she couldn’t keep up with his all-consuming libido, an anonymous witness told a jury on Monday at the British socialite’s trial. “She said he needed to have sex about three times a day,” the witness, who testified under the pseudonym “Kate,” told jurors in Manhattan federal ...
- WorldBusiness Insider
North Korea wants to give candies to kids for Kim Jong Un's birthday, but it's making its citizens pay to produce them: report
Snacks are typically given to children on the Kims' birthdays, but a massive food shortage this year led officials to impose a tax on ingredients.
- U.S.FTW Outdoors
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on Saturday shared an image that shows two camouflaged bobcats in a wintry landscape and asked its Facebook followers if they could spot the animals.