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RHOBH: Denise Richards Explains Why Didn't Take Half in Divorce from Charlie Sheen
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A female Border Patrol officer has gone viral after photos emerged of her providing security for Vice President Mike Pence during his recent border visit.
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A man suspected of murdering 17-year-old Bianca Devins alerted police to the killing by posting photographs of her dead body on multiple social media platforms, police said. Now, Instagram is facing criticism from social media users for allegedly failing to swiftly remove the gruesome images. Instagram users took matters into their own hands by posting photos of pink clouds in Devins' honor to drown out the images of her untimely death, technology and business magazine Fast Company reported.
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She is so not here for your speculation.
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Republican Senate candidate Kris Kobach left CNN anchor Chris Cuomo gobsmacked Tuesday night when he had to seriously think about whether he’d continue to support Donald Trump for president if he openly admitted to being a racist, saying he’d have to weigh who Trump was running against.Appearing on CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time to discuss the House of Representatives vote to condemn Trump for the racist comments he made about four Democratic congresswomen of color, Kobach refused to agree with Cuomo that Trump purposely picked a “race battle” with the so-called “Squad.”“He didn’t pick a race battle,” the former Kansas secretary of state said. “He picked a battle and the left and you choose to characterize it as a race battle.”Noting that Kobach and other Trump allies are only able to defend the president because he has given them “cover” and insisted he’s “not a racist,” the CNN anchor upped the ante. “What would you do if the president said, ‘I am a racist, that’s why I said it,’” Cuomo asked. “What would you do?”“Then I would not defend him because there’s no excuse for racism in America,” Kobach replied.Cuomo then asked if Kobach would still support Trump as president, prompting the former Kansas gubernatorial candidate to go silent for a beat before hemming and hawing. “You’d have to think about it?!’ Cuomo exclaimed. “You have to think about whether or not you’d support a racist?! Really?”“I’d have to know who was running against him,” the Kansas Senate hopeful said, prompting the CNN host to throw up his arms in disbelief.“A racist?!?!” Cuomo shouted.“If he said he was a racist then probably not, of course,” Kobach said. Cuomo, however, was still flabbergasted.“An admitted racist, you would have to know more? Kris, come on, man, it can’t be that partisan!” Cuomo said.Kobach, meanwhile, accused the Cuomo Prime Time host of dealing in “ridiculous hypotheticals,” causing Cuomo to fire back that it was “ridiculous that it took you that long to answer it.”“You’re running for Senate and you’ve got to take a pause whether or not if he said he was a racist you’d still support him?” Cuomo continued. “Come on, brother, I hope it’s a satellite delay.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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A North Carolina father died while trying to rescue his children from rough waters at the state's Wrightsville Beach, according to police. Two of Johnny Lee Vann Jr.'s kids were walking on a jetty wall on Sunday afternoon when they were swept off by a wave, Capt. Jason Bishop of the Wrightsville Beach Police Department told ABC News. CPR was performed, but Vann, 35, of Durham, could not be resuscitated, Wrightsville Beach town officials said in a statement on Monday.