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1 month ago

Ray Rice — I Blame Liquor for Elevator Attack … And I’ve Sworn Off Hard Liquor

Ray Rice¬†says hard liquor was the fuel that triggered his elevator rage and he hasn’t touched the stuff in months…..


1 month ago

Nightclub brawl at Chris Brown party

A Manhattan clubgoer standing next to Chris Brown and his posse was smashed with a flying bottle during an early morning brawl on Thursday.


1 month ago

Iggy Azalea Tape

Iggy Azalea’s freaky bedroom behavior about to be exposed? That’s the question that’s being asked now that Vivid Entertainment claims that they’ve been “approached by a third party” with a sex tape featuring the “Fancy” Australian in all her glory.


1 month ago

ECU student faked robbery to get money from parents

Police in Greenville say an East Carolina University student made up a robbery and filed a false police report.


1 month ago

Man shot during Fayetteville robbery dies [VIDEO]

Police say, Tuesday night, 23-year-old Tyrone Alonzo Shepard, was shot while walking near his home around 9 p.m. A vehicle reportedly drove by Shepard, then turned around, and two men jumped out. The men allegedly tried to rob Shepard and then shot him multiple times.


1 month ago

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones accused of sex assault

Jana Weckerly filed a lawsuit against Jerry Jones seeking more than $1 million. She claims the Dallas Cowboys owner touched her genitals


1 month ago

Here’s What Obama Is Expected To Say In His Address To The Nation Tonight

In a high-stakes address to the nation Wednesday night, President Barack Obama planned to outline a broad expansion of the U.S. military role in combating extremists in Iraq and Syria, including a call for arming Syrian opposition forces and potentially launching airstrikes in both countries. Obama has told congressional lawmakers that he has the authority […]


1 month ago

Protests, anger, doubt prevail at Ferguson meeting

Elected leaders in the St. Louis suburb where an unarmed black 18-year-old was fatally shot by a white police officer hoped to use their first public meeting since Michael Brown’s death as a chance to promote community healing. Instead, they were greeted Tuesday night with anger, outrage and warnings of voter retribution at the ballot […]

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