• Tiger King zoo searched for human remains
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    A new reality show shoot at the private zoo once owned by Joe Exotic — and featured in the hit Netflix reality show, “Tiger King” — was briefly thrown into turmoil when the film crew thought they’d found human remains. Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Garvin County Sheriff’s deputies rushed to the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park Friday after cadaver dogs there alerted handlers to...
  • DeAndre Baker did not pay off any witnesses and a new warrant that surfaced on Friday will help exonerate him, one of the attorneys for the Giants cornerback told The Post. “They just made our case even stronger,’’ Patrick Patel said. Baker, 22, is charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault stemming from an alleged May 13 house-party incident in Miramar,...
  • MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace made a guest appearance on The Rachel Maddow Show on Friday night where she forcefully condemned Republicans for being complicit in empowering President Donald Trump’s norm-breaking, pointing to his late Friday night commutation of his longtime confidante Roger Stone as but another example of what their fecklessness has wrought. Maddow, after pointing out that Stone strongly hinted that he suffered from federal prosecution because he refused to...
  • Getty DeSean Jackson is back with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles announced that DeSean Jackson has been disciplined for conduct detrimental to the team. He will remain on the roster. Jackson, in his second tour of duty with the franchise, made headlines earlier this week when he shared controversial quotes falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler. The Eagles receiver has since reached out to a local rabbi and...
  • NEW YORK (AP) — NHL, players approve deal to resume season Aug. 1, extend CBA. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
  • WASHINGTON (AP) — Lauded for their service and hailed as everyday heroes, essential workers who get the coronavirus on the job have no guarantee in most states they’ll qualify for workers’ compensation to cover lost wages and medical care. Fewer than one-third of the states have enacted policies that shift the burden of proof for coverage of job-related COVID-19 so workers like first responders and nurses don’t have to...
  • Way Too Early MLB Award Predictions
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    Way Too Early MLB Award Predictions By: Ryan Garcia July 11, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesWith the MLB season less than a month away, there is a lot of buzz over who will be most successful in what is a most unusual season as it’s only going to be 60 games. This means a hot start...
  • AMAZON has asked employees to remove the popular social video-sharing app TikTok from their mobile devices they use to access their work email accounts, citing “security risks.” In an email to employees on Friday, Amazon said the following, “Due to security risks, the TikTok app is no longer permitted on mobile devices that access Amazon email.” 1 Amazon has reportedly told its employees to delete the app TikTok from their...
  • Coronavirus has changed a lot of things and particularly for Bollywood actors. With the theatres remaining shut due to the virus, there have been no new film releases and also the film shoots have come to halt amid all this. While a few makers have gone for direct to OTT releases, it hasn’t been the same for other films. Also, the films that have been in pre-production have come to...
  •           Nashville SC has withdrawn from Major League Soccer’s MLS is Back tournament in Florida after nine players tested positive for the coronavirus, the league announced Thursday. In this Dec. 6, 2019, file photo, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber attends a meeting of the U.S. Soccer Board of Directors in Chicago. Nashville SC has withdrawn from Major League Soccer’s MLS is Back tournament...
  •           State Sen. Bill Powers (R-Clarksville) allegedly collaborated with the Clarksville-based Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group to illegally fund his campaign, according to a complaint someone filed with the Tennessee Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance. Powers allegedly did this using in-kind donations, said the complaint, which The Tennessee Star received this week. “An in-kind contribution is the donation of a thing of value or...
  •         by Dan Sanchez  Joe Biden revealed on Thursday the first part of “Build Back Better,” his plan for economic recovery from the COVID crisis. As Morning Brew reports, Biden plans to spend: $300 billion on “R&D for advanced tech industries such as batteries, electric vehicles, AI, and 5G,” and $400 billion “on U.S. goods and services. Biden wants to reduce dependence on foreign economies, particularly...
  • Your options for just about everything are reduced because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and that includes banking.Customers are finding doors locked at a number of Bank of America branches in Anaheim and Garden Grove."Nothing on a door except the, 'temporary closed' so don't know if that's because of the virus or," said Steve Simon in Anaheim.It's not just closed to in-person banking."I just come into the ATM to take money,...
  •           Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson has clarified and/or corrected part of a face covering requirement he imposed on the county this past week. As The Tennessee Star reported, Williamson County residents will have to wear masks or other coverings in public until at least August 3 to guard against COVID-19. “The Mayor’s declaration included several exceptions to the face covering requirement. As implementation...
  •           U.S. Senate candidate Bill Hagerty leads his opponent Manny Sethi by almost four percentage points, according to a new poll that a Georgia-based group released this week. Members of that organization, The Trafalgar Group, polled 1,062 likely 2020 GOP primary voters July 6 through July 8, according to their report. According to the poll, the Republican candidates who want to replace the retiring...
  •           Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Nashville attorney Jim Roberts to the newsmakers line. During the third hour, Roberts gave updates on the petition for the Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act and detailed the timeline in...
  • Music Spotlight: Derek Jones
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              NASHVILLE, Tennessee —  Even though Derek Jones’ dad was a drummer and his grandmother played piano, he never played music until later in life. “We always had music going on at the house at our supper table. If Dad was in charge of the music, we listened to Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker, Grand Funk Railroad but if Mom was in control [of the...
  •         by Chris White  More than 60% of Americans support allowing people to sue police officers for using excessive force against assailants, even if such a move makes the job of police work more difficult, according to a survey published Thursday. Two-thirds of the public believe civilians should be able to level lawsuits if police officers are engaging in misconduct, a Pew Research Center survey showed. Law enforcement...
  •           Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Tennessee Star Senior Reporter Laura Baigert to the newsmakers line. During the second hour, Baigert weighed in on the recent meeting where Governor Lee decided to remove the bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest from...
  • Steve Bannon Presents: Descent Into Hell
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              An all new LIVE STREAM of Descent Into Hell starts at 9 a.m. Central Time on Saturday. The two-hour special takes a closer look at the life of everyday Chinese citizens under the Chinese Communist Party and will air live on the John Fredericks Radio Network, America’s Voice Network, Dish TV Channel 219, The Epoch Times, ND TV, GTV and GNews in Mandarin....
  • TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 15: Safety Malcolm Jenkins #27 of the New Orleans Saints warms up for play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers September 15, 2013 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Saints won 16 - 14. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images) Malcolm Jenkins is the latest NFL player to respond to DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic Instagram post. You can add Malcolm Jenkins to the list of athletes trying...
  •           With news that Gov. Mike DeWine’s minor league baseball team cashed in on the Paycheck Protection Program, one may ask how Ohio’s top executive came to own a team in North Carolina or why he needed a taxpayer handout. DeWine has a 32 percent stake in the Asheville Tourists minor league team, The Ohio Star reported this week. The governor’s spokesman Dan Tierney...
  • Getty What happened to Bad Bunny? News spread on social media that Puerto Rican trap artist Bad Bunny was in the hospital. What happened to Bad Bunny to land him there? Telemundo confirmed that Bad Bunny had appendicitis. “Bad Bunny had an emergency appendicitis surgery yesterday. This is why he was taken into the hospital. He’s doing well and is currently recovering at the hospital,” said his...
  • CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is delaying whether to strengthen coronavirus restrictions as the state reports spikes in cases, hospitalizations and transmission rates. The Republican governor on Friday said he is considering limiting the sizes of gatherings across the state and is “looking” at closing bars and indoor dining in Monongalia County in response to rising caseloads, but says he needs more information before...
  • JADA Pinkett Smith has admitted to a romantic relationship with August Alsina. "Four and a half years ago started a friendship with august and we became really really good friends and it all started with him just needing some help, me wanting to help his health and mental state," she said on Friday. Speaking alongside husband Will Smith, Jada shared: "We found all those different resources to help pull him...
  • What the prospect of a new Wonder Years offers America (opinion) Disney World Just Opened the Worlds Most Mind-Blowing McDonalds Whats Up With Those Dinosaurs in Hulus Palm Springs? © TheWrap palm springs movie andy samberg what's up with those dinosaurs (This article contains major spoilers for the time loop comedy "Palm Springs" on Hulu) The summer movie season barely exists this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic closing...
  • Getty The Octagon previous to the beginning of the UFC 250 occasion at UFC APEX on June 06, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. On July 11, UFC welterweight champion Kamaru “The Nigerian Nightmare” Usman will look to defend his belt in opposition to “Baddest Motherf**ker,” Jorge “Gamebred” Masvidal, in the principle occasion of UFC 251. If Gamebred will get his hand raised...
  • President Donald Trump’s decision to commute the prison stint of longtime adviser Roger Stone was met with praise on the right, and scorn on the left. Trump ally Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Friday night tweeted the decision “would be justified.” “Mr. Stone is in his 70s and this was a non-violent, first-time offense,” he wrote. In a follow-up, he added: “Equally important: Over time we learn how biased and corrupt...
  • Shaquil Barrett (Photo by Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Two franchise-tagged defenders are looking for higher pay in 2020. There was a hefty amount of news surrounding franchise-tagged NFL players on Friday. Earlier in the day, Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons informed the team that he’ll sign the franchise tender this weekend. But things got testy for Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Shaquil Barrett, who told the team that...
  • (CNN)Three months after President Donald Trump suggested ingesting disinfectants as a treatment for coronavirus, a Florida man and his three sons are facing criminal charges for allegedly selling a toxic solution to tens of thousands of people as a cure for Covid-19. Mark Grenon, 62, and his sons, Jonathan, 34, Joseph, 32, and Jordan, 26, all of Bradenton, Florida, supposedly manufactured, promoted, and sold "Miracle Mineral Solution" (MMS), a chemical...