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An Ex-Member of the NXIVM Sex Cult Reveals the Terrifying Ceremony That Took Place in Allison Mack’s House
Fans of Smallville couldn’t believe it when star Allison Mack was accused of the unthinkable. People explains Mack faces sex trafficking charges due to her involvement with the “self-help” group NXIVM. Find out here exactly what went on at these NXIVM get-togethers, including the painful ceremony all the “members” had to go through (page 6).
Jared Kushner Laughed as Trump Used Made Up Hispanic Names to Discuss Immigrants Committing Rape, Murder: Report
President Donald Trump used made up Hispanic names as he predicted that his supporters would react with delight if he threw criminal immigrants out of the United States in a manner to match his rhetoric on the campaign trail, according to a Washington Post report Thursday. Also in attendance were the president’s son-in-law, and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, as well as senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. A senior White House official responded to The Post that, while the president did discuss the “crowd enthusiasm for crackdowns on criminal aliens,” he did not use Hispanic names.
The woman shot and killed by U.S. Border Patrol on Wednesday has been
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2 civilians rushed to their cars to get their guns before fatally shooting Oklahoma City restaurant gunman
Not one, but two men ran to their respective cars to grab their guns when a shooter opened fire at an Oklahoma City restaurant Thursday. Police Capt. Bo Matthews said today that both of those men shot suspect Alexander C. Tilghman on Thursday. Tilghman died as a result of those gunshots.
Lifestyle Miami Herald
A video posted to Instagram on May 24, 2018, purportedly shows a group of women fighting on Miami Beach on the Thursday Memorial Day weekend 2018.
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Polyamory is on the rise, and there’s one more group planning to make things official - Brazilian soccer legend Ronaldinho and his “fiancées,” Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.
Tiger Woods has long been an influence of change on the PGA Tour. His success has raised prize money and television ratings, brought new sponsors to golf, and inspired a new generation of young, fearless, athletic players. Now, he’s hoping his influence could change the way the world’s top professional golf circuit views the legs of its players. Speaking during a Facebook Live segment for Bridgestone Golf , one of Woods’s main sponsors, the 14-time major tournament winner lobbied for the Tour to relax its dress code and permit players to wear shorts. “I would love it,” Woods said. “We play in some of the hottest climates on the planet.” There is precedent for Woods’s wish. Players on the European