Friday September 30, 2016

Archive for the ‘Tabloid’ Category

Actress: ‘7th Heaven’ reunion can happen if they kill Stephen Collins

Catherine Hicks is up for a “7th Heaven” reunion, but only if the writers promise to kill off her television husband first. “I don’t know,” she said when asked by TMZ about the potential of a reunion special. “We’d have to open with Stephen’s coffin.” In December 2014, Stephen Collins admitted he molested three female minors between 1973 and 1994.  More…

Beauty kills herself after sex tape goes viral

A raven-haired Italian beauty has committed suicide after a sex tape she made with her new boyfriend went viral after she sent it to her former boyfriend to make him jealous.  More…

ACLU representing bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami

The American Civil Liberties Union on Monday began representing a man accused of setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey and injuring more than 30 people.  More…

Teacher beats up student who owed him money for weed

A Bronx charter school teacher beat up and robbed a 16-year-old student who owed him $4,000 that the kid was supposed to use to buy him marijuana, police sources said. Kevin Pope, 48, who was arrested on Friday, even threatened to have the boy’s mother sexually assaulted if he didn’t pay up, the sources said.  More…

U.N. Demands U.S. Pay Reparations To African-Americans

A new report released by the United Nations concludes the United States owes reparations to African-Americans for slavery and recent police-involved shooting deaths.

The report was produced by the United Nations’ Working Group of Experts on African Descent and strongly condemned America’s “racist” history.  More…

Pennsylvania school cafeteria worker quits over ‘lunch shaming’ policy

A school cafeteria worker resigned last week from Wylandville Elementary School after she had to take a hot lunch away from an elementary school student because the child’s parent had fallen more than $25 behind in paying for his school lunches. "His eyes welled up with tears. I’ll never forget his name, the look on his face," she said.  More…

Jose Fernandez’s pals on fatal boat ride identified

A pair of South Florida natives – named Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Macias – were identified as the pals of baseball superstar Jose Fernandez, who were killed alongside him Sunday when their boat crashed off Miami Beach, officials said.  More…

Hofstra University Provides ‘Trigger Warning’ for Weak Students Watching Presidential Debate

Hofstra University has posted a “trigger warning” sign to warn students about the potentially disturbing content that may be discussed during Monday night’s presidential debate. The college states that if the topics of sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse is too disturbing “please know there are resources to help you.”  More…

Does Walmart hate cops?

Walmart is apologizing for their workers refusing to make a police officer’s retirement cake last week after an employee told the cop’s daughter that her “blue lives matter” cake design might be considered racist. The police officer’s daughter eventually went to Kroger to have the cake made. After the post went viral, the Walmart manager apologized, but officer Taylor Wilkes said the gesture appeared to be a response to public pressure rather than true atonement.  More…

NASA finds 13th zodiac sign: Your horoscope is wrong

Everything you thought you knew about astrology – and your own zodiac sign – probably changed. NASA did some calculations and pointed out that there are actually 13 zodiac signs. For people who identify strongly with what they thought was their sign, news that it may have changed turned the universe upside down.  More…

Clinton to use a custom lectern to reduce height difference with Trump

Hillary Clinton will use a customized lectern at Monday’s debate to mitigate the glaring height difference with Donald Trump. New photos from inside the Hoftstra University debate hall show two lecterns — a short one and tall one raised for Trump.  More…

Al Sharpton’s daughter sues city for $5 million over ankle injury

The Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter admitted in a damning legal deposition that she danced, pranced and jetted around to romance her beau after supposedly suffering permanent damage to her ankle when she stumbled in a city pothole. Dominique Sharpton is suing the city of New York for $5 million.  More…

Jolie exposes her ‘rebel-turned-saint’ myth by trashing Pitt

Possibly the only thing more surprising than the news that Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt were the unceasing, unremitting details. ‘Strategically, Jolie seems miles ahead of Pitt, but she may lose the long game…People have come to ­admire her, but they love him.  More…

Arnold Palmer dies at 87

Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest golfers ever to pick up a club and the object of a massive fan base that called itself “Arnie’s Army” as he recorded seven major victories, died Sunday at 87, according to the United States Golf Association.  More…

Should Colin Kaepernick’s sponsors drop him?

NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has effectively put his sponsors in a quagmire with his controversial decision to remain seated as the national anthem played during last Friday’s preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. Brands that currently sponsor Mr. Kaepernick include Apple-owned Beats and Electronic Arts.  More…