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Report:  Rosenstein reportedly tried to oust President Trump
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Report: Rosenstein reportedly tried to oust President Trump

The New York Times is out with a damning report, and, we're pretty sure  the world just found out who wrote that anonymous report in the Times earlier this month.    In the new report, The Times, claims that Rosenstein tried to turn the Department of Justice against Trump -- in a move that would have previously invoked the 25th amendment. Interestingly, within hours of the report, Rosenstein wasted no time in releasing a statement. In a subsequent statement delivered to the Times, he,  had this to say regarding claims he tried the ultimate act of political betrayal. “I will not further comment on a story based on anonymous sources who are obviously biased against the department and are advancing their own personal agenda."  reads the statement. The Times alleges that Rosenstein or...
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Video: Tyga “Temptation”

Fresh off of a romantic getaway to Thailand, rapper Tyga is here with his latest video Temptation.   Set  on the sunny beaches of Thailand,   here is this week's most talked about video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgr_RN-1kcc
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Critics are out on Meryl Streep ‘s turn in The Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrXlY6gzTTM The Post doesn't come out till next month, but, it is already drumming up much discussion -- mostly -- due to its attacks and references to the Nixon Administration and his resignation.  We took the liberty of rounding up  most of the reviews so far, and, they're all pretty intriguing. "The Post is the rare Hollywood movie made not to fulfill marketing imperatives but because the filmmakers felt the subject matter had real and immediate relevance to the crisis both society and print journalism find themselves in right now," writes Kenneth Turan at the Los Angeles Times. It's "a reflection of all we stand to lose if news reporting and the outlets that support it should vanish, especially in the face of a President who strives daily to cru...
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Met investigating sex abuse claims against legendary conductor

Bad news for Met  Opera fans. The Metropolitan Opera confirmed Sunday that an investigation into its legendary conductor, James Levine, who allegedly molested a young male in the 1980 's.  The Opera confirmed the news after reports surfaced of the sexual assault, even, going as far as to confirm that they've known about the investigation for some time. The man, per the Opera,    contacted police  beginning last year to report that he had been in sexual contact with Levine while he had been under the age of 18.  The man alleges that Levine, while a conductor for the Ravinia Festival (he was top dog from 1973 until the early 1990's)  would engage in multiple sexual acts with him  in and out of his home in which he resided in at the time. The name, ehum, is reportedly being withheld by ...
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Iggy Azalea isn’t so fancy anymore

And that's according to a lawsuit filed by American Express. According to court documents,  Iggy Azalea apparently owes a hefty sum of $$$ to the credit card giant. So much money, that uh, that's more like $300,000.   Documents allege that Azalea hasn't paid her credit card bill in at least two years,  almost, back to the date in which she released her debut album The New Classic.  Amex is seeking the full amount of the bill plus legal fees. Meanwhile,  the documents don't actually have an attorney listed.   Reps for Azalea  have neither confirmed nor denied the existence of the documents.  Her latest album has yet to receive an official release date. Azalea has apparently bought everything from designer clothes;   exotic vacation trips,  and more on her Amex according to charge ...
Aaron Hernandez is an innocent man
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Aaron Hernandez is an innocent man

Under a lesser known Massachusetts law,  Aaron Hernandez, is once more an innocent man.   Judge Susan Garsh declared this week that his murder charge be vacated stemming from his 2013 conviction. The news comes after it was declared that because Hernandez died before his appeal could be heard, by default, he remains an innocent man who now rests in peace. Meanwhile, the mother of Odin Lloyd is going to have one massive issue with her wrongful death  lawsuit against his estate.  Why? Under state law without a conviction its going to be almost impossible to get anything out of the estate.
In historic ruling, US court rules LGBTQ workers ARE protected under Civil Rights Act 
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In historic ruling, US court rules LGBTQ workers ARE protected under Civil Rights Act 

In a ruling out of a Chicago court,  a historic ruling this week is set to change the course of history forever.  According to the 7th court of Appeals in Chicago, LGBTQ workers across the spectrum are legally and federally protected by the 1964 Civil Rights Act. You guessed right -- Martin Luther King's iconic law that helped shape the course of human rights in America.   The ruling stems from a case involving an Indiana woman identified as Kimberly Hively.   Hively, claimed in a federal lawsuit that Ivy Tech didn't hire her full time because she was a lesbian. 'I don't see why firing a lesbian because she is in the subset of women who are lesbian should be thought any less a form of sex discrimination than firing a woman because she's a woman,' wrote the judge, wh...
It really sucks to be Bill O’ Reilly right about now
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It really sucks to be Bill O’ Reilly right about now

After even more sex abuse allegations ravaged through Fox News, Bill O' Reilly remains confident that he did no wrong.  But, the fallout over the allegations that he alike others at the troubled news station sexually harassed others continued into today. Last night, The Daily News confirmed that Mercedes Benz reportedly dropped his talk show for advertisements describing that the "allegations were just not in touch with the beliefs of Mercedes Benz".   BMW; GlaxoSmithKline, and Hyundai, have all joined the crowd pulling their ads from O' Reilly's show. The news came after The New York Times published a damning report on O ' Reilly where they discovered that he and Fox News has paid upwards of $13m to silence women that O ' Reilly has sexually harassed.
La Porte High School under investigation as source of Facebook live sex video 
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La Porte High School under investigation as source of Facebook live sex video 

Indiana Police officials in La Porte have confirmed to Daily News: After Hours that a local high school and its student body is under investigation for distribution of a Facebook life sex video that was made readily available for the world to watch. Officials say that they were tipped off to the video over the week after teachers learned of it from the student body. According to school officials, "the school board is full cooperating at La Porte high with authorities on this matter." Police would not say as of this time if their have been arrests yet. 
Groundbreaking drug to treat MS is on its way to the general public 
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Groundbreaking drug to treat MS is on its way to the general public 

Thanks to scientists and medical professionals tirelessly who worked to get the cumbersome drug Ocrevo approved.  According to officials,  Ocrevo had officially gained approval from the FDA to hit the market. Ocrevo is now the first actual drug meant to treat the more serious forms of MS.  MS, for those that don't know, is a serious disease that eventually leads to loss of cognitive ability and later paralysis. The drug is being billed as an intravenous infusion, which, is unheard of for a drug of its kind. The cost? $65,000 a year.  
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The Cash Me Ousside Girl is headed to reality television

The really irritating (but secretly hilarious) Cash Me Ousside girl from that infamous Dr. Phil interview is headed for reality television. According to reports, Danielle, 14, who famously appeared on the show last year and coined the phrase "Cash Me Ousside" when she meant to say "Catch Me Outside"  has inked her own deal for a reality show. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNe8bDJda0A  
Iran slaps America with 15 sanctions of its own
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Iran slaps America with 15 sanctions of its own

TEHRAN -- Iran has had enough of America,  and, according to Foreign Ministry officials 15 companies are going to pay the price for the ongoing spat between the two countries. According to Foreign Ministry officials,  15 US companies have been slapped with sanctions in response to sanctions that were levied against Iran in February. The issue? Nobody's quite sure if these businesses actually do any business at all in Iran. Of those hit by sanctions: Bent Tal, United Technologies Products. ITT Corporation, Raytheon, Re/Max Real Estate, Magnum Research Inc., Oshkosh Corporation, Kahr Arms and Elbit Systems.
Samsung to finally kill off every single Samsung Note 7
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Samsung to finally kill off every single Samsung Note 7

Looks  like you'll have to finally upgrade your phone if you're still rocking that Galaxy Note 7. The Daily News confirmed Friday afternoon that a final update to the troubled handset will be delivered "in the coming days" effectively rendering those remaining useless. Samsung first fell under fire earlier this year and late last year after many of their devices started to literally explode, and, become fire hazards on airplane rides. Eventually,  those phones were banned all together from flights in Europe and the United States.  
There WAS wiretapping that actually occurred at Trump Tower
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There WAS wiretapping that actually occurred at Trump Tower

But not by  Barack Obama. Documents obtained by numerous outlets have revealed that Donald Trump 's Russian relationship goes back much farther than anyone has known up to this point. According to the documents,  the Federal Bureau of Investigation actually  first began investigating Trump for his Russian connection in 2011. During 2011-2013, Unit 63A of Trump Tower was reportedly occupied by Russian individuals who knowingly operated a massive money-laundering scam.  At the head of the reported massive money-laundering ring, Alimzhan Tokhtakhunov, 68, who had once tried to mastermind the Olympics in favor of Russian skaters. This all happened just three floors below Trump 's gaudily-gilded penthouse high atop his golden New York City Tower.  The issue?  Alimzhan remains on the loose...
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