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The 13-year-old was pictured towering over his six feet, three inch father as he boarded Marine One on Friday.
she crushed her photo shoot!
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In September, the FDA stepped in to limit abuse of Imodium and other anti-diarrhea drugs. Apparently it's a growing problem.
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Vanessa Smallwood of Maple Shade, N.J., was 46 at the time of her disappearance. She was identified in a statement from New Jersey State Police.
Lindsay Lohan Goes Full Bombshell In Sexy Lingerie
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Conor McGregor vs Cowboy: ‘I have never seen anything like those strikes’, stunned Donald Cerrone admits
Donald Cerrone has admitted he has never before seen the “stunning” attack Conor McGregor used to help beat him at UFC 246.McGregor needed only 40 seconds to defeat Cerrone in his eagerly anticipated UFC return in Las Vegas.McGregor, fighting for the first time in 15 months at UFC 246 at the T-Mobile Arena, bloodied Cerrone’s nose in the opening few seconds of their welterweight bout with four unorthodox shoulder strikes.McGregor then stepped back and a head kick high over the guard landed square on the jaw of Cerrone, who fell to the floor and was left covering up as the Irishman rained down punches, prompting an early stoppage.After the fight, Cerrone said: “He got me with an elbow straight away and then he headkicked me.“I have never seen anything like the shoulder shot he hit me with. I was disorientated. Then he stepped back, I was bleeding and he headkicked me.“But I love this sport and I am not stopping yet.”McGregor was meanwhile quick to inform those watching that, in stopping Cerrone, he had made a piece of UFC history.“I made history here, I set another record: I’m the first fighter in UFC history to secure knockout victories at featherweight, at lightweight and now at welterweight, so I’m very, very proud of that,” McGregor said in the octagon.“Donald holds the record for most head-kick knockouts, I’m so happy to get him down with a head kick myself. I’m very, very happy, very proud.“Who’s going up and down divisions and stopping people like that?”
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Puerto Rico's emergency services director fired after warehouse discovered with supplies from Hurricane Maria
Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vazquez dismissed the island's director of emergency management after a warehouse was discovered with supplies dating back to Hurricane Maria. Video published Saturday showed a warehouse in the southwestern city of Ponce filled with supplies, including thousands of cases of water, believed to have been from when the hurricane struck the island in 2017. Hurricane Maria left 2,975 people dead and caused major problems in Puerto Rico for months, including power outages and shortages of food, water and medicine.