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NY ‘doofy’ teen who lost car at Metallica concert in Toronto finds it, days later

A New York teenager who couldn’t remember which parking lot he left his car in while attending a Metallica concert in Toronto found the vehicle – four days later. ‘Pretty awesome’: Syracuse teen’s car found after Toronto parking nightmare https://t.co/YN0T5VhPAj pic.twitter.com/jYwC53JnVD — CBC News (@CBCNews) July 21, 2017 Gavin Strickland, 19, of Syracuse, N.Y., said he drove his Nissan sedan to Toronto to attend a Metallica concert on Sunday but could not remember which parking garage he left it in, according to CBC News. Strickland’s parents wrote an advertisement and posted…

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Actor John Heard dead at 72

John Heard, the actor best known for his role as the dad in the original “Home Alone” movies, died on Friday, July 21. He was 72. According to TMZ, he was found in a hotel in Palo Alto, California by the maid service and was pronounced dead at the scene after police were called. BREAKING: John Heard, dad in “Home Alone” movies, has died at 72 https://t.co/i9097fXzcL pic.twitter.com/UZHs3aMxJt — Variety (@Variety) July 22, 2017 The Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office confirmed his death. ABBY LEE MILLER ADMITS SHE’S ‘PETRIFIED’…

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Trump blasts Clintons, NY Times, ‘fake news’ in lengthy Twitter rant

President Trump went on a wide-ranging Twitter rant Saturday morning, bashing Hillary Clinton, “fake news,” The New York Times and other favorite targets. Trump tweeted at least eight times within a one-hour period, focusing first on a Washington Post story, based on unnamed sources, that alleged Attorney General Jeff Sessions talked to a Russian ambassador during the 2016 White House campaign about policy issues and other matters. “A new INTELLIGENCE LEAK from the Amazon Washington Post, this time against A.G. Jeff Sessions. These illegal leaks, like Comey’s, must stop!” Trump…

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Trump decries “fake news” on pardons while slamming leaks

President Trump appeared to suggest he was not considering exploring presidential pardons of his associates and aides in the ongoing Russia investigation in a Saturday morning tweet, and instead pivoted to the issue of alleged leaks emanating from the administration.  “While all agree the U.S. President has the complete power to pardon, why think of that when only crime so far is LEAKS against us. FAKE NEWS,” Mr. Trump said in a tweet.  While all agree the U. S. President has the complete power to pardon, why think of that…

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Pacman Jones Suspended Without Pay Over Insane Hotel Incident

Pacman Jones Suspended Without Pay Over Insane Hotel Incident Breaking News Pacman Jones has finally received his NFL punishment over that hotel incident in which he allegedly assaulted a security officer and told a cop to “suck my d*ck” … and he’ll only miss 1 game. The incident went down back in January and the aftermath was recorded on police cameras. Jones not only cussed out the arresting officer, he also wished death upon him. Jones was initially arrested for disorderly conduct, assault and obstructing official business — but the…

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Missouri businesses raided for alleged human trafficking

One of the 16 massage parlors raided by the Missouri Attorney General’s office in connection to alleged human trafficking KOLR SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – More than a dozen businesses advertising as massage parlors in Springfield were raided as part of a multi-state investigation into human trafficking, Attorney General Josh Hawley announced Thursday. Hawley and Greene County Prosecutor Daniel Patterson also filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking emergency orders to shut down the businesses. Hawley said young Asian immigrant females are being held against their will for sexual contact with customers under the guise…

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Michael Oher Frantic 911 Call: ‘He’s Attacking Me Right Now!’

Michael Oher Frantic 911 Call: ‘He’s Attacking Me Right Now!’ Breaking News The Uber driver who claims he was attacked by NFL star Michael Oher was panicking when he called 911 … crying and scared while the lineman allegedly chased him and beat him in the street.  “He’s drunk. He’s trying to attack me right now,” the driver told 911 during the April 14 incident in Nashville.  The driver begins to scream and yelp while Oher allegedly gets violent. At one point during the incident, the driver says Oher either…

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Susan Rice meets with Senate Intel staff on Capitol Hill

Former national security adviser Susan Rice met privately Friday with Senate Intelligence Committee staffers, Fox News has learned – in one of several Capitol Hill sessions involving Obama administration officials. A closed-door session with Rice had been expected earlier this week on the House side, but ended up being pushed off. It remains unclear whether Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., or any other senators were present for Friday’s meeting. Some lawmakers have made clear they want to hear more from Obama administration officials, especially Rice, over their potential…

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Defectors, Google Earth map decades of horror in North Korea

A Seoul-based non-governmental organization has used Google Earth technology to enable North Korean defectors to “build a digital map of crimes against humanity in North Korea.” The Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG) released a new report  Wednesday, the result of two years of research and interviews with 375 North Korean defectors, that identifies what it says are grave sites, murder locations and government offices that “may be used for future investigation and prosecution of crimes against humanity.” Hangings, public executions, cremation sites, and remote burial sites are ostensibly identified, said…

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