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  • Man charged after body-slamming woman for unplugging PlayStation, police say

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A Nashville man has been charged with domestic assault after someone unplugged his PlayStation, according to police. Police said Joshua Stone got into an argument with the victim while playing video games, WSMV reports. He told officers the woman unplugged the PlayStation, so he body-slammed her. The woman suffered injuries to her head.

  • French billionaires, companies pledge $450 million to rebuild Notre Dame

    PARIS, France – French billionaires and companies have pledged over $450 million to help rebuild Paris’ Notre Dame after the cathedral was severely damaged in a fire. The largest donation announced Tuesday was from LVMH Group, which owns Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Givenchy. The company and the family of CEO Bernard Arnault promised €200 million ($226 million). The company said in a statement the donation showed “solidarity with this national tragedy” and that funds would be used to rebuild this […]

  • Why everyone is talking about a walrus scene on Netflix

    WARNING: The above clip may be disturbing for some viewers Our Planet clocks in at eight episodes, but it’s a single scene from the newly released Netflix documentary series narrated by David Attenborough that’s making waves. It’s found in Episode two, “Frozen Worlds,” and it involves hundreds of walruses falling to their deaths. The series was made over the course of four years by the same team that gave us the BBC’s Planet Earth series, and Quartzy highlights a distinction between the two: the Netflix […]

  • Officials: Chicago filing suit after Jussie Smollett refuses to pay $130K for investigation costs

    CHICAGO — The City of Chicago will be filing a civil lawsuit against Jussie Smollett after he refused to reimburse the city for investigative costs into what authorities said was a staged racist, anti-gay attack. The following statement was issued by Bill McCaffrey, City of Chicago Department of Law: Mr. Smollett has refused to reimburse the City of Chicago for the cost of police overtime spent investigating his false police report on January 29, 2019.  The Law Department is now drafting […]

  • A “Strange” Instagram Account Is Making Waves!

    Strange Planet is a series of webcomics illustrated by Nathan W Pyle depicting some average scenarios in a way that highlights how odd and strange the human race truly is. Since its start in February, the account has amassed 1.75 million followers and is averaging a new 70,000 a day! Each situation is simultaneously laughably relatable and overwhelmingly endearing. Nathan achieves this with with both the content and the presentation of each panel. Each scenario is acted out by cute […]

  • Woman donates kidney to friend she met while serving in the Navy

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — If you ask them how they met they have slightly different stories. Zainora Polk and Stanita Burton were stationed together in the Navy and shared the same office. One day in particular started a friendship that they didn’t know would take them so far. “They called me PS1. That was my job. And she said, ‘PS1. Can you do me a favor?’ And I was like, ‘When we start doing favors for each other? What do you […]

  • DCW50 Has Prom Fever: These Girls Said Yes to the Dress!

    DCW50, Washington’s CW, teamed up with Family Matters of Greater Washington on Friday, March 29 for their Dresses 4 Dreams event, which helped make prom dreams come true for a number of students. Supergirl came out to the event in Washington, D.C. and had the opportunity to help high school girls check out their prom dress choices. She also met the current Miss District of Columbia! Check out our photos from the event below:

  • MOM “Magic Mike Live” Stripstakes!

    Watch MOM all this week for your chances to win one of the TEN grand prize TRIPS FOR TWO to Las Vegas, where you will be treated to “Magic Mike Live”. You will also receive a $500 Visa gift card!  

  • Family of infant severely burned by coffee at San Diego resort awarded $6M

    SAN DIEGO – The family of an infant burned by hot coffee at the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa in 2016 was awarded nearly $6.5 million by a federal court jury. The family claimed a waiter placed a pot of hot coffee within the reach of their 9-month-old infant.  The baby pulled the pot and spilled hot coffee on herself, suffering third degree burns, according to KSWB. Following the incident, Hadley Deruyver, now 3, underwent several surgeries and will […]

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