Jamie Foxx Jokes 'No White Girls Until March 1' Days after Ditching Interview over Katie Holmes Question
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Channeling the film role that Jennifer Lawrence credits with helping her reclaim her sexuality, the actress has a femme fatale leg moment.
Science New York Post
Mystery surrounds an ancient Greek temple which has been dubbed a “portal to hell” after a spate of unexplained deaths. For years any beast or bird that came near the portal reportedly dropped dead amid claims they were killed by the deadly breath of Hades, the Greek god of the underworld. During ancient Greek and Roman times, people were also said to have been cut down if they dared to approach. But now scientists believe deadly concentrations of C02 gas could be seeping from the Earth’s crust which could have caused the mystery deaths near the temples, tucked away in the ancient Phrygian city of Hierapolis. The new research was published in the journal Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences.
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A teen who befriended alleged Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz says he was furious and heartbroken when he learned what Cruz had been accused of.
U.S. New York Post
The woman left in charge of the accused Florida school shooter and his brother after their mom died last year filed court papers the day after the massacre seeking to be put in charge of the dead woman’s will - then had the alleged shooter’s brother involuntarily committed, a source close to the family revealed to The Post. Shooter Nikolas Cruz, 19, and brother Zachary Cruz, 17, were put in the care of Roxanne Deschamps after their mom, Lynda Cruz, died from pneumonia on Nov. 1, but Deschamps kicked Nikolas out of her Lantana, Fla., trailer after a standoff over Cruz’s gun collection. Police say Nikolas admitted that he shot up his former high school Feb. 14, killing 17 and injuring 15 in the worst school shooting since the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre.
Ancient Rome: Scientists Explain Geological Mystery That Killed Animals but Not Priests at 'Gate to Hell'
Archaeologists have uncovered fascinating new details about a cave in Turkey that ancient Romans believed to be an entrance to the underworld. Complex rituals once took place at the 2,200-year-old site in the city of Hierapolis, part of the province of Phrygia.
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Rep. Nancy Pelosi was heckled by a woman at a town hall event Tuesday after she continued blasting President Trump and Republicans' tax cuts. "God never intended one group of people to live in superfluous inordinate wealth while others live in abject deadening poverty," the House minority leader said, adding that the quote was from Dr. Martin Luther King. As she finished her sentence, Pelosi was interrupted by a woman in the Phoenix, Arizona, audience who asked "how much are you worth, Nancy?" "Are you in abject poverty?" the woman shouted at Pelosi, who is routinely listed among the wealthiest members of Congress. Pelosi and her husband Paul Sr., a Georgetown-educated businessman who runs a