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Two young girls, 2 and 4, witnessed in horror as their father was shot and killed while on a camping trip in Southern California, according to reports. Tristan Beaudette, 35, of Irvine, Calif., was bleeding from a chest wound when deputies found him in a tent early Friday at a Malibu Creek State Park campsite. The girls were unharmed. “Tristan was out doing something he adored in life being in the outdoors with his two young girls,” a GoFundMe page for the Beaudette family says. He took the girls camping so his wife, a doctor, could study for an exam, according to the reports. He worked as a scientist for a pharmaceutical company and he and his wife were about to move to the Bay Area. “And then
UPDATED: On Sunday, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to attack “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon for recent remarks he made regarding Trump’s 2016 appearance on his show. In the Tweet, Trump told Fallon to “be a man” after, somewhat incoherently, asserting that Fallon was “whimpering” about the “hair show” - referring to the September […]
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'Straight Outta Compton' Star Jason Mitchell Defends Roseanne Barr After Racist Tweet Scandal (Exclusive)
The actor offered support to the embattled comedian on the red carpet at the BET Awards.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump offered a vague promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act with “something terrific.” On Friday, Neil Gorsuch, who occupies the seat on the Supreme Court that Senate Republicans held open until Trump could fill it, brought a similar amount of thoughtfulness and coherence to the question of when police should be allowed to conduct a search without a warrant. Gorsuch’s dissenting opinion in Carpenter v. United States is an odd piece of writing. It reads less like a judicial opinion and more like the sort of essay that an overworked law professor might toss off after they suddenly realize that they have a symposium paper due at the end of the week. After lecturing his colleagues for 20 pages about how he has uncovered a way of interpreting the Fourth Amendment that is more “tied to the law” than the last half-century of Supreme Court opinions on this subject, Gorsuch outright refuses to apply this mysterious new interpretation to the case at hand.
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When police arrived, witnesses told them there had been a fight in front of the store that resulted in Lesandro Guzman-Feliz getting slashed with a machete.
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Japan's airlines gave into 'Orwellian' demands from China - but how they did it could provide a blueprint for foreign companies everywhere
Japan's major airlines bowed to political pressure from China earlier this month, but how they did so could provide a roadmap for other foreign companies. Earlier this year Beijing began demanding that airlines stop listing self-ruled Taiwan as a country, and instead describe it as a province of China, which frequently tries to assert its claim to the island on the global stage. The incident involved letters sent to 44 foreign airlines. Governments got involved, and the White House even released a statement slamming the demand as "Orwellian nonsense." Despite the pushback, Japan Airlines and ANA on June 12 joined the likes of Qantas, Air France, Air Canada, British Airways, Singapore Airlines,
A day after Melania Trump's tone deaf fashion choice of a military jacket with the phrase, "I Really Don't Care, Do U?," emblazoned on the back, FLOTUS is speaking out about her visit to McAllen, Texas.