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Michael Slager to plead guilty to civil rights charge

Michael Slager, the ex-South Carolina cop charged with shooting an unarmed black motorist, is expected to plead guilty to a civil rights charge Tuesday. By pleading guilty to the federal charge against Slager, prosecutors have agreed to drop state murder charges against him for the April 2015 shooting of Walter Scott, according to a plea agreement obtained by The Associated ...

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Megyn Kelly lands sit down with Vladimir Putin in Russia

Megyn Kelly is having a productive first week at the office. NBC’s newest commentator will sit down with Russian President Vladimir Putin for an onstage conversation next month as the moderator of a session during his country’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. “The conversation will cover a wide range of global political and economic topics, including international trade agreements, cyber-security ...

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Long Island foster dad acquitted of sexual abuse charges

A Long Island foster dad, in a stunning Tuesday verdict, was acquitted of years of serial sexual abuse against eight helpless boys sent to share his suburban home. A Suffolk County jury needed seven days to return its unexpected verdict in the high-profile prosecution of accused predator Cesar Gonzales-Mugaburu, 60. He was found not guilty on all counts despite graphic ...

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Correction officer shoots at ex-boyfriend, kills self in Queens

A 47-year-old state correction officer shot herself to death outside a Queens prison early Tuesday after shooting at her ex-boyfriend and riddling his car with bullets, officials said. Gunfire erupted outside the Queensboro Correctional Facility on Van Dam St. near 47th Ave. in Long Island City about 6:30 a.m., officials said. The officer opened fire on her ex, also a ...

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Trump demands government shutdown in angry tweets

WASHINGTON — Seemingly frustrated that he got rolled in negotiations to keep the government funded, President Trump lashed out in a pair of tweets demanding a future government shutdown and calling for the Senate to eliminate the legislative filibuster. “The reason for the plan negotiated between the Republicans and Democrats is that we need 60 votes in the Senate which ...

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Aries Spears plans to sue radio station, host for on-air fight

Comedian Aries Spears is taking legal action after he was viciously attacked by a radio host during an interview last month. The 42-year-old New York native is looking for payback after he was punched in the head multiple times during an apperance on the online radio show Corey Holcomb 5150 after discussing “light-skinned n—-as.” Spears plans to file a lawsuit ...

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Rihanna, Solange Knowles, Serena Williams shine at Met Gala

Comme again? Stars paraded down the biggest red carpet of the year Monday night for the annual the Met Gala in sequins, lingerie, florals and even ice skate inspired heels — which Solange Knowles happened to rock flawlessly. But only a handful stuck to the actual theme honoring Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo, known for her avant garde, gender-defying ...

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Jimmy Kimmel reveals son's heart defect, decries health care cuts

At times overwhelmed with emotion, Jimmy Kimmel announced the birth of his new son in a 13-minute monologue that veered from grateful to incensed. The proud papa known for pranks gave a sincere retelling of the perilous process William “Billy” Kimmel had to endure when, just three hours after being born, medical staff realized there was something wrong. Possessing a ...

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Retired Marine, Canadian woman found dead in Belize

A retired Marine from Georgia and his Canadian girlfriend were reportedly found dead by a search party in Belize, a week after the couple went missing. Drew DeVoursney, 36, and Francesca Matus, 52, were last seen at a bar in the coastal town of Corozal on April 25 but the couple never made it home. Matus was slated to leave ...

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Russian artist busted in nude Met Gala stunt

 Cops cuffed a naked man in a box after he crashed the Met Gala red carpet, telling the NYPD he’s a Russian artist. Police said Fedor Pavlov, 41, was dropped off nude and wedged inside a clear fiberglass box outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art along 5th Ave. near E. 83rd St. around 8:30 p.m. Monday. His handlers left the ...

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