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  • Georgia waitress takes down man who appears to grope her, epic video shows

    Talk about instant karma. A Georgia waitress was applauded for her actions after security footage from her restaurant captured her immediately taking down a male customer who groped her from behind. Emelia Holden, 21, a server at Vinnie Van Go-Go’s in Savannah, was putting menus away on June 30 after taking a customer's order. In the security footage, a male customer, walking behind her, reaches out and gropes her as he passes by. Holden immediately turns around and grabs him by his t-shirt collar before wrapping her arm around his neck and slamming him against the wall. Holden then appeared to point her finger at him and reprimand him. Video of the incident was posted on Reddit this week where

  • Why the Yankees would not rest until they ‘finally got’ this All-Star

    When Brian Cashman pulled the trigger on the trade that sent Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs nearly two years ago, he quickly texted Donny Rowland, the Yankees’ head of international scouting. “ ‘We finally got him,’ ’’ the general manager told Rowland. “ ‘We finally got Gleyber Torres.’ ” It was a pursuit years in the making. Rowland and the Yankees pegged Torres - a 16-year-old out of Caracas, Venezuela - as the top talent in the 2013 international free-agent class. “He had everything you look for,’’ Rowland said. “Wherever you saw him play, he stood out. He oozed ‘major leaguer.’ ” Despite the Yankees’ interest in the shortstop, they lost contact with him in the prelude to the signing period,

  • 500-pound goliath grouper eats shark as shocked Florida fishermen watch: 'He just sucked it in'

    There's a reason goliath groupers are called the garbage disposals of the sea - they eat everything in sight, including sharks apparently. A group of fishermen were able to witness a 500-pound grouper's "rare" meal during a fishing trip off the coast of Everglades City, Florida, last week. Captain Jimmy Wheeler with Everglades Fishing Company watched as someone in his group caught a 3-foot shark. As the fisherman started reeling the creature in, a large shadow appeared. Wheeler instantly knew what was going to happen next. "Watch this. You guys are going to freak out," Wheeler warned. "He just sucked it in. I don't remember ever seeing anything this crazy." - Michelle Wheeler Suddenly, an open-mouthed

  • ESPN stars Jalen Rose and Molly Qerim secretly tie the knot

    ESPN commentator and former NBA star Jalen Rose got secretly married to fellow ESPN host Molly Qerim, sources exclusively told Page Six. An insider told us, “The media power couple married in the New York City area then boarded a flight to Turks and Caicos.” Qerim - who hosts the network’s “First Take” - posted on Instagram last week a shot of the couple on the island, in which she appears to be wearing a diamond ring on her left hand. The caption reads: “You could’ve been anywhere in the world, but you’re here with me. I appreciate that.” The couple’s reportedly been together for a while: Rose mysteriously referred to her as “wifey” in a 2016 tweet. A rep for ESPN did not comment.

  • CIA 'had source close to Putin' and told Donald Trump that Russian leader ordered election hacking 

    The CIA had a top secret informant close to Vladimir Putin who confirmed the Russian president’s personal involvement in hacking the 2016 US election, it has been claimed. According to the New York Times the source was giving information to the CIA during the Obama administration. The information, and the source, were reportedly considered so sensitive that John Brennan, the CIA director at the time, gave details to Mr Obama in an envelope, separate from the daily presidential intelligence briefing that is delivered in the Oval Office, the New York Times reported. Mr Brennan, accompanied by the head of the National Security Agency and Mr Obama's director of national intelligence, were said to have briefed Donald Trump on the information in a meeting at Trump Tower two weeks before his inauguration. Despite having been told about the source confirming Mr Putin's personal involvement Mr Trump went on to repeatedly question whether Russia interfered in the election. At a joint press conference with Mr Putin in Helsinki on Monday he declined to blame the Russian president. It was unclear whether Mr Trump knew the identity of America's Russian source, or what details of the person intelligence chiefs had given him at the Trump Tower meeting. At the Helsinki news conference with Putin the US president was asked if he would denounce what happened in 2016 and warn Mr Putin never to do it again, and he did not directly answer.  Mr Trump and Mr Putin in Helsinki Credit: AFP On Wednesday he was asked in Washington whether he believed Russia is currently targeting US elections and replied "No". The White House later said his answer had been misconstrued. On Thursday Mr Trump wrote on Twitter that he was looking forward to a second meeting with Mr Putin. The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media. I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things discussed, including stopping terrorism, security for Israel, nuclear........- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 19, 2018 James Clapper, director of national intelligence under Mr Obama, who was present when Mr Trump was briefed on Mr Putin's personal involvement, said the incoming president had listened with "some scepticism." Mr Clapper told CNN: "I do think there was scepticism from the get-go, from that day to this day, that indicated that anything that attacked the legitimacy, or questioned the legitimacy, of now-President Trump's election, he just couldn't get his head around." The former intelligence chief added: "More and more I come to a conclusion after the Helsinki performance and since, that I really do wonder if the Russians have something on him." Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator, acknowledged on Thursday that Mr Trump has had a "bad week" on Russia. He said: "I think it's imperative that he understand that he's misjudging Putin." In a separate development the White House announced Mr Trump had rejected a proposal, made by Mr Putin in Helsinki, that Russian investigators be allowed to question US citizens. Those citizens included Michael McFaul, the former US ambassador to Moscow, who the Kremlin accuses of "illegal activities". Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, said on Wednesday that the idea was being considered. That sparked a widespread backlash, including from Mr McFaul who called it "crazy". On Thursday Mrs Sanders said: "It is a proposal made in sincerity by President Putin, but President Trump disagrees with it."