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"It was the moment I came face to face with him at my door that I knew he was there to harm me."
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Chick-fil-A employee stuns TikTok with behind-the-scenes video of how chicken nuggets are made: 'I was scared to watch this'
Viewers said they were 'scared' at first to watch the video and then found themselves surprised at the process.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wants to Close 'Loopholes' Allowing Cops to Keep Credentials After Being Fired for Misconduct
When it comes to the subject of police misconduct, one thing we don’t talk about enough is how often cops are able to get fired from one job only to go to another department and get hired again. On Sunday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made it clear that he’s looking to close the “bureaucratic loopholes” in his state that allow for police officers to hold on to their credentials after losing their jobs due to their behavior while performing their duties.
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The mystery deepens into the fiery death of former Zappos CEO and Tony Hsieh. The 46-year-old billionaire died from smoke inhalation during a house fire in Connecticut. Investigators say Hsieh was locked inside a storage shed. “The male is barricaded inside. He's not answering the door. Everyone else is outside the house and trying to get him to open up,” the 911 dispatcher said in a recording. Coroners ruled Hsieh’s death an accident, but there are still questions about what happened.