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Olympian Champion Gabby Douglas Going to Reality TV and Discussing Her Leap of Faith!

Olympic women’s gymnastics champion Gabrielle Douglas can add another item to her resume: reality television star. The defending all-around gold medalist and her family will be featured in a new Oxygen reality show debuting later this year. The show, which will be co-produced by Douglas and her mother Natalie Hawkins among others, has the working title ‘Douglas Family Gold.’ History: ... Read More »

ISIS Cuts Off Hands of 3 Women and Whipped 5 Men For Using Cellphones

The Islamic State terrorist organization has chopped off the hands of three women and whipped five men who were caught using their cellphones in the Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, a witness has claimed. An unnamed source informed IraqiNews.com last Thursday that ISIS militants in Iraq’s second-largest city have cut off the hands of three women, although the charges against the ... Read More »

Homeless Ohio Woman Begged for Bus Money To Face Rapist In Court

A homeless woman who was raped nearly a year ago in Ohio says she sometimes begged for bus money or walked up to 8 miles so she could face her attacker in court. A police officer in Columbus says without her determination, it’s unlikely her attacker would have been convicted. A judge last week sentenced 54-year-old Paul Hubert to three years in ... Read More »

Egypt Launches Airstrike Against ISIS After Video of Beheadings

Egypt announced Monday that it would launch airstrikes against the Islamic State after the group released video footage of the beheading of a group of Egyptian Coptic Christians. Monday, two rounds of Egyptian airstrikes hit targets in Darna, a Libyan city. The Armed Forces General Command said Monday the strikes were “to avenge the bloodshed and to seek retribution from the ... Read More »

Chicago Doctor Gives Back to Those Who Need It Most

Remembering where you come from nowadays seems like it’s just a saying. With ambitions of a family, wealth and better health, most of those living in low-income neighborhoods move away and rarely have time to give back. But a Chicago doctor decided to do something different. Dr. Fred Richardson returned to the neighborhood where he grew up to specifically provide care ... Read More »

According to Report, U.S. Is Not Longer Updating Israel On Iran Talks

A Israeli report claims the US administration has stopped updating Israel about developments in nuclear negotiations between world power and Iran, allegedly in response to Prime Minister Netanyahu’s decision to accept an invitation by Republicans to address Congress on the issue. According to the report by Israel’s Channel 2, US Undersecretary of State, Wendy Sherman, who is involved in the talks has ... Read More »

Judge Challenging Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore On Gay Marriage: ‘We’re On The Right Side Of History’

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore (R) doubled down Sunday on his decision to ignore a federal ruling allowing same-sex marriage in the state, while one of the probate judges defying him expressed confidence that he was “on the right side of history.” Despite Moore’s orders to the contrary, at least 50 of Alabama’s 67 counties decided by Friday to issue licenses ... Read More »

Bank Hackers Steal Millions

In late 2013, an A.T.M. in Kiev started dispensing cash at seemingly random times of day. No one had put in a card or touched a button. Cameras showed that the piles of money had been swept up by customers who appeared lucky to be there at the right moment. But when a Russian cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky Lab, was called to ... Read More »

Police Beating Leads To Miscarriage

Cops beat a Georgia woman so badly that she suffered a miscarriage, according to a new lawsuit. The suit, filed by Kenya Harris, names the City of Albany, Georgia, police chief John Proctor and officers Ryan Jenkins and Richard Brown, Jr., according to Courthouse News. The suit claims that in May, 2011, Harris came to the Albany Police department after her son was arrested. She waited ... Read More »

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Could Break Record Set ‘The Passion of the Christ’

Is “Fifty Shades of Grey” about to break a February record currently held by a religious film? Early reports show that the E.L. James adaptation, despite rotten reviews, could zoom to record-breaking sales this weekend. The record for February weekend opening is currently held by another, very different R-rated movie: 2004′s “The Passion of the Christ.” The Mel Gibson-directed “The Passion of the Christ” took in ... Read More »

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