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  • Woman falls out of moving car during argument with husband, gets killed by passing vehicle on highway

    A woman was killed when she fell out of a moving car and was struck by another vehicle after initially surviving the fall. Houston Police said that a woman became upset with her husband when they were driving back from downtown Houston around 1 a.m. Authorities say she started crawling out of the car when it was going full speed and fell out onto the North Freeway. The woman, whose identity has not yet been revealed, survived the fall out of her vehicle but was then struck by a passing car and killed.

  • Bristol Palin and Her Rumored New Boyfriend Appear to Make Their Romance Instagram Official

    Bristol Palin Attends Football Game with Possible New Boyfriend

  • Cheat Scandal! Kris Jenner's Real Reason For Having An Affair Revealed

    The Kardashian women are surrounded by controversies every day because of their celebrity status, but before Kourtney, Kim and Khloe came along, it was just Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner. While the duo were married, Jenner had an affair, and there are reasons for this act of betrayal. Find out more in the article.

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    Because hydrated strands start at step one.From Harper's BAZAAR

  • Chuck Todd Confronts GOP Senator: You Blame ‘Everybody’ but Trump on Ukraine Scandal

    A month after their explosive confrontation over impeachment and Ukraine, Meet the Press anchor Chuck Todd and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) were back at it on Sunday when Todd pointedly told Johnson that he seemed to “blame this on everybody” but President Trump.Johnson, who has previously said it made him “wince” when U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland said President Trump would release military aid to Ukraine when Ukraine moved to “get to the bottom of what happened in 2016,” told Todd that he understood why Trump wanted an investigation.“What I also know is when I sprung that on President Trump in my August 31st phone call,” Johnson said on Meet the Press, “he completely denied there was any kind of arrangement-Ukraine had to do something before he released that funding.”GOP Sen. Ron Johnson Loses It on ‘Meet the Press’: I Do Not Trust the FBI or CIAJohnson went on to further claim that during that late-August call with Trump, the president was “already leaning towards providing that funding on August 31” before grousing about the delay being made public.“My guess is that if this never would have been exposed, that funding would have been restored and our relationship with Ukraine would have been far better than it is today,” the Republican senator declared.“Again, you seem to blame this on everybody but the president,” Todd snapped back, prompting Johnson to retort: “I’m not blaming everybody else!” “You are! You are blaming everybody else for the reason why we're in this situation other than the president,” the NBC anchor exclaimed. “Isn’t the president’s own behavior, which raised all of these yellow and red flags, isn’t that why we’re here?”The Wisconsin senator said he was “sympathetic” to Trump because he “has been tormented” since right after he was elected, causing him to take aim at the impeachment inquiry whistleblower’s lawyer for tweeting about a “coup” days after Trump’s inauguration.Todd, however, noted that while Johnson was fuming over early calls for Trump’s impeachment, the Republican lawmaker himself was pushing for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s impeachment days BEFORE the 2016 election.“Understand, that is before an election,” Johnson responded, defending his 2016 remarks. “I am trying to hammer out the political difference before an election. By the way, I completely agree with that. We had been investigating the whole Hillary Clinton email scandal, the exoneration of her, you know, that was not an investigation to really dig out the truth.”Chuck Todd Tells GOP Senator: ‘Don’t Gaslight Us’ on Ukraine-BidenRead 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.

  • Family of Marine deserter wanted for murder makes heartfelt plea for him to surrender

    A Virginia family made a heartfelt plea for their son to turn himself in for murder after he allegedly deserted his Marine post in North Carolina and killed his mother's live-in boyfriend. Authorities have been searching for Michael Brown, a 22-year-old Marine combat engineer, since last weekend when he was named as a suspect in the fatal shooting of 54-year-old Rodney Brown, who was found dead in his Hardy, Virginia, home on Nov. 9. Brown's mother, Vanessa Hanson, begged for him to surrender in a tearful interview on Friday, saying she was afraid of losing him.