Slain Pregnant Shanann Watts Was Planning Gender Reveal
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‘You’re treating me like a black person!’ Doctor arrested at airport for unruly behavior says it was a stunt
A doctor says a viral video of him struggling with police officers and yelling, “You’re treating me like a black person!” was staged to prove a point about race relations.
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The family lost their little 19-month-old daughter in a drowning accident.
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Bobbi Kristina Brown's roommate, Max Lomas, who found her unresponsive in the bathtub, has reportedly died of an overdose
Several of Lomas's friends have been posting about his death on Facebook.
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The full body camera footage of a traffic stop in March that showed the son of the Denver mayor threatening a cop’s job and cursing at him has been released. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's 22-year-old son, Jordan, was pulled over March 23 by an Aurora police officer for going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone, FOX 31 reports. A bodycam video of the encounter showed Hancock's immediate anger toward Officer Paul McClendon. He told the cop to pick up the pace and write him a speeding ticket, though the officer warned it wouldn’t be quick because Jordan didn’t have his license on him. Jordan became irate after McClendon asked him why the title of the car was in the name of Denver's mayor. “Because that’s
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Taylor Smith, the 18-year-old girl now notorious for pushing her friend off a bridge into the water 60 feet below, spoke on Good Morning America Friday to express her contrition. “She wanted to jump and she was scared and she had asked me to give her a push, and I didn't think about the consequences,” Smith said during the interview about the incident in Washington state on Aug. 7. “I thought she would be fine.” Sixteen-year-old Jordan Holgerson was not fine, however: After plummeting and belly-flopping into the water, she suffered “five broken ribs, a bruised esophagus, and an injured trachea.
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Two boats, one a sailboat and the other an engine-powered fishing boat, collided Friday in the Chesapeake Bay, in a crash that caused no serious injuries, according to authorities, but resulted into an unusual sort of seagoing sight. Based on an available photograph, the two boats seemed almost to merge into one oddly designed craft. In the picture, the engine-powered boat overrode the sailboat, and ended up atop the hull of the sailing craft, angled athwart it. The two were almost perpendicular. The bow of the motorized boat projected beyond one side of the sailboat’s hull, the port side. The stern of the motorized boat projected beyond the other side of the sailboat. In the photograph, the