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    Police Can't Find Mom, Kids Who Were Staying With Ezra Miller

    The ongoing legal troubles involving The Flash actor Ezra Miller have just gotten stranger—a lot stranger. Vermont State Police say they can't locate a 25-year-old woman and her three kids, who were staying at Miller's Vermont farm, Rolling Stone reports. Authorities say when they went to the farm multiple

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    They Were Barred From Guarding Chauvin, Just Got $1.5M

    The eight Minnesota corrections officers, all people of color, who say they were briefly kept from guarding or having any contact with Derek Chauvin as he waited to go on trial for the 2020 murder of George Floyd have now been awarded a settlement of $1.455 million. The officers,

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    In 3rd Comeback Attempt, Joe Arpaio Loses Again

    Joe Arpaio, the 90-year-old former Arizona sheriff who was a once powerful figure in Republican politics but was ousted nearly six years ago amid frustration over his headline-grabbing tactics and legal troubles, was defeated Wednesday in a race for mayor of the affluent suburb where he has lived for more

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    Phone Falls Out of MLB Player's Pocket During Game

    Losing your phone is a pain at the best of times—and for Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Rodolfo Castro, Tuesday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks was definitely not the best of times. With TV cameras on him, an iPhone slipped out of Castro's left back pocket as he slid

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    Eli Lilly Faces Questions Over Abortion Stance

    Eli Lilly's suggestion that it will reconsider adding employees in Indiana in light of its new, nearly total restrictions on abortions might have seemed like it would encourage opponents of the law—one of the state's largest employers exerting leverage on behalf of its position. But the response isn't so

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    Indiana House Explodes, Killing 3 and Damaging Dozens of Homes

    Three people were killed Wednesday when a house exploded in the southern Indiana city of Evansville, authorities said. Dave Anson, chief deputy coroner for Vanderburgh County, told the Associated Press that the identities of the people who died would not be released until the next of kin has been notified.

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    FBI Chief Calls Threats 'Deplorable'

    The director of the FBI on Wednesday answered supporters of former President Donald Trump who have been using violent rhetoric in the aftermath of his agency's search of Trump's Florida home . Christopher Wray, who was appointed as the agency’s director in 2017 by Trump, called threats circulating online against federal

  • Marcus Mumford's New Music Is About His Experience Of Childhood Sexual Abuse

    Marcus Mumford, lead singer of the band Mumford & Sons, has opened up about an experience of childhood sexual abuse which has become the main subject of his latest music. In an interview with GQ published Wednesday, Mumford said the crux of his new song “Cannibal” is “that thing that happened when I was six.” In the …

  • ‘I Am Groot’ Creators On The Short Series’ Connection To The MCU And Baby Groot Vs. Baby Yoda Debate

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe has built its brand on connections: one film introduces a character who spins off into their own movie; a streaming series sets up a new star who cameos in another show; a mob of characters team-up in a group film and everything eventually leads to the current saga’s conclusion. And while …

  • Metallica, Usher, Mariah Carey And More Set For 2022 Global Citizen Festival

    Metallica will bring a dose of heavy music to the Global Citizen Festival, set for Saturday, Sept. 24 with twin shows in New York City and Accra, Ghana. Fresh from storming into the Billboard Hot 100 with “Master of Puppets,” thanks to Eddie Munson and Stranger Things, the metal giants lead the U.S. leg alongside …

  • What’s Missing From Bond Markets Ahead Of the CPI

    Placeholder while article actions load If you have an aversion to the mathematics that go with the bond market, you’re not alone. It’s complicated and counter-intuitive, based in concepts that are hard to visualize. Like all markets, it ultimately responds to supply and demand, but the forces moving investors’ demand for bonds can stretch a …

  • Bill Gates Just Made A $20 Billion Decision. It All Goes Back To July 5, 1991

    Bill Gates had much better things to do with his time. He was a 34-year-old billionaire and the CEO of Microsoft. If you know that old adage about whether people work to live, or live to work, Gates was firmly on the “live to work” side of the equation. He was unmarried (had a girlfriend, but that’s …