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  • 911 dispatcher describes Jayme Closs call: ‘It’s definitely going to be one that you never forget’

    When Amy Pullen went to work last week, the Douglas County, Wisconsin, 911 dispatcher had no idea she’d answer the call that would bring an end to weeks of searching: Jayme Closs had been found. “It’s definitely going to be one that you never forget,” Pullen said of the call, which came last Thursday after Jayme escaped the residence of her alleged abductor, Jake Thomas Patterson. Jayme ended up at the door of neighbor Kristin Kasinskas, who called 911 and told […]

  • Legendary great white shark filmed swimming with divers off Hawaii

    A great white shark, believed to be one of the largest on the planet, has been spotted by divers as it fed on a whale carcass off the coast of Hawaii. The divers, who captured remarkable footage of the encounter, say the shark is Deep Blue – a 20-foot-long female. The creature approached the team’s boat to scratch herself on Tuesday, and was flanked by two “dancing” dolphins as she swam, diver Ocean Ramsey wrote on Instagram alongside a picture […]

  • R. Kelly’s former manager, James Mason, surrenders to sheriff

    James Mason, the former manager for singer R. Kelly, surrendered to authorities in Georgia on Friday, law enforcement officials tell CNN. Mason was wanted on outstanding warrant issued over the summer, according to Keith McBrayer, spokesman for the Henry County Sheriff’s office. He is accused of threatening the father of Joycelyn Savage, one of the women featured in the Lifetime docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly.” Related: Warrant issued for R. Kelly’s former manager The incident, which allegedly took place in May […]

  • FBI employees turn to food banks, outside work as shutdown drags on

    As the government shutdown stretches towards a fifth week, FBI field offices across the country are opening food banks to help support special agents and staff struggling without pay. In Dallas, Newark, New Jersey, and Washington, the FBI has set up or planned for areas where employees can drop off non-perishable food items for other employees to pick up, according to multiple law enforcement officials. On the West Coast, at least two FBI field offices are considering establishing food banks […]

  • Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about proposed Moscow project, report says

    President Donald Trump personally directed his longtime former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Moscow Trump Tower project, two federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the matter told BuzzFeed. The law enforcement officials told BuzzFeed that Trump directed Cohen to claim negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended months earlier than they actually did. The law enforcement sources told BuzzFeed that Cohen confirmed to special counsel Robert Mueller’s team that Trump issued the order to […]

  • AeroMexico will give you a discounted flight if you take a test and prove you have Mexican DNA

    In 2017, about 35 million American citizens traveled to Mexico, visiting beachy spots such as Puerto Vallarta to historic sites such as Chichen Itza. But as political tensions flare between Mexico and its northern neighbor the United States, one airline decided to be proactive. AeroMexico, the country’s national carrier, unveiled a program called “DNA Discounts,” which offers discounts on flights to Americans who can show by taking a test that they have Mexican DNA. The amount of the discount depends on the percentage of Mexican ancestry. […]

  • Michael Cohen paid thousands to rig polls in Trump’s favor, report says

    President Donald Trump’s former “fixer” Michael Cohen paid the head of a small technology company thousands in 2015 to rig online polls and elevate Cohen’s character to benefit Trump’s presidential campaign, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. According to the paper, Cohen paid John Gauger, the owner of RedFinch Solutions LLC, between $12,000 and $13,000 for activities related to Trump’s campaign, including “trying unsuccessfully to manipulate two online polls in Mr. Trump’s favor” and creating a Twitter account called “@WomenForCohen” that “praised […]

  • Trump signs law ensuring shutdown pay for government workers

    President Donald Trump signed a bill providing back pay to federal employees affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown, the White House announced Wednesday. Trump signed the Government Employee Fair Treatment Act of 2019, which the White House said “requires the compensation of government employees for wages lost, work performed, or leave used during a lapse in appropriations that begins on or after December 22, 2018, and entitles excepted employees to use leave during a lapse in appropriations.” Sen. Ben […]

  • This is what Cardi B has to say about the government shutdown

    Cardi B is upset and worried. And she wants the world to know. In a profanity-laced video, the rapper on Wednesday night addressed the government shutdown that has gone on for 26 days — the longest in the nation’s history. “I just wanna remind you that it’s been a little bit over three weeks,” she says in the video. “Trump is now ordering … federal government workers to go back to work without getting paid. … This is serious. Our country is in a hellhole right […]

  • Ohio father’s handicap-accessible snow fort melts hearts

    CINCINNATI – When Greggory Eichhorn’s friend posted a picture of the handicap-accessible snow fort he built for his daughter, he had no idea the impact it would have. Since it was posted to Reddit on Monday, it’s been upvoted more than 71,000 times. Nearly a thousand people have left comments. My buddy Gregg built this handicap accessible snow fort for his daughter from pics Eichhorn and his wife have nine adopted children – all with special needs. So when Gregory […]