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    The US Navy Seals are investigating after footage emerged of military dogs attacking a "stand-in" wearing a Colin Kaepernick shirt at an event last year. The video was reportedly taken at the National Navy Seal Museum in Florida in 2019, but went viral this weekend. In a statement, the Navy Seals said the video was "completely inconsistent" with its values. Kaepernick, a quarterback, began kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice in 2016. 'We were wrong': NFL to allow players' protest Several clips posted on Twitter on Sunday show a target wearing the red Kaepernick jersey being attacked by a number of military dogs. In one video, the man appears to say "Oh man, I will stand"...
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    A banned former volunteer at Arizona’s Democratic Party headquarters was charged Wednesday with setting fire to the Phoenix building, police said. Matthew Egler, 29, is accused of starting the blaze that caused “substantial damage” to the downtown offices early Friday morning, according to the Phoenix Police Department. Egler was busted early Wednesday at a family member’s home and charged with arson, cops said. The alleged firebug was recently barred from volunteering at the headquarters, police said. It’s unclear what led to his dismissal. Police last Friday posted surveillance video that showed a man arriving alone in a car at the building before breaking glass to get inside and igniting a fire. Investigators were able to link the car in...
    A banned former volunteer at Arizona’s Democratic Party headquarters was charged Wednesday with setting fire to the Phoenix building, police said. Matthew Egler, 29, is accused of starting the blaze that caused “substantial damage” to the downtown offices early Friday morning, according to the Phoenix Police Department. Egler was busted early Wednesday at a family member’s home and charged with arson, cops said. The alleged firebug was recently barred from volunteering at the headquarters, police said. It’s unclear what led to his dismissal. Police last Friday posted surveillance video that showed a man arriving alone in a car at the building before breaking glass to get inside and igniting a fire. Investigators were able to link the car in the...
    An Army specialist appeared to be frozen with fear when a fellow soldier aimed a loaded gun at him in a video on the TikTok app — but he insists the footage was staged and the weapon was loaded with dummy rounds, according to a report. A 17-second clip posted to Twitter Thursday shows a now-former Army specialist, Kyle Benton, locking the slide of a Beretta M9 semiautomatic pistol to make sure it isn’t loaded before putting the weapon front of a fellow soldier who is recording the exchange. Benton then tells the second soldier that the firearm is “clear” before turning his back and appearing to step away, video shows. The soldier taking the video then holds up what...
    ARSENAL'S official Twitter account teased a potential new deal for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after their 3-2 final day win over Watford. The Gabonese forward netted twice as the Gunners sealed victory to end what has been a turbulent Premier League campaign on the field. 3Arsenal's No14 bagged twice against Watford on Sunday afternoonCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3The Gunners posted the image of Aubameyang celebrating accompanied by the 'Writing Hand' emoji But fans will be desperate for some imminent good news off it - with captain Aubameyang locked in new contract discussions. The 22-goal striker has just one year remaining on his current deal at the Emirates. Arsenal's official social media channels appear to be teasing an extension, however. Following...
    By Eric Levenson, Paul P. Murphy and Katelyn Polantz, CNN (CNN) — On his website, Roy Den Hollander described himself as an “anti-feminist” lawyer who defended “men’s rights.” His personal writings and life’s work reveal a toxic stew of sexist and racist bigotry. He had unsuccessfully filed lawsuits against bars and night clubs offering “ladies’ nights,” claiming they violate the 14th Amendment, and he filed suits against the federal government, challenging the constitutionality of its Violence Against Women Act — the “Female Fraud Act,” as he referred to it — and against Columbia University, for its women’s studies program. Federal authorities on Monday said Den Hollander is suspected of shooting the husband and son of US District Judge Esther...
    The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed its latest victim: a popular Hudson Valley restaurant that has been operating for decades with multiple locations in Westchester and Dutchess counties. Michael’s, which had locations in Wappingers Falls, Somers, Fishkill and White Plains, announced that due to struggles endured during the pandemic, they will be closing their doors permanently next month. Open since 1989, Michael’s will be closing as of Saturday, Aug. 15, the owners posted on social media. “These last few months have proven to be difficult for so many in the community and unfortunately our business was not left unaffected by the hardships of the pandemic,” they posted. 
“As we look back on the last 30 years, we smile at the wonderful...
    At least two people were arrested in Seattle and a police officer is in the hospital Sunday after a march through downtown devolved into property damage and looting, police say. Police said Sunday evening the demonstrators had broken out several windows of the East Precinct, then threw a device into the lobby that ignited a small fire. The fire was later extinguished and no injuries were reported, police said. The demonstration started between 2 and 3 p.m. near the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Pine Street. A photo posted on Seattle’s DOT traffic channel showed crowds blocking an intersection. Around 2:30 p.m., Seattle journalist Katie Daviscourt tweeted a video of a crowd of people outside an Amazon Go building....
    LOSING his grip on the FA Cup appears to have got to Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola - as footage emerged of him talking to a chair at Wembley. The Spaniard was so amazed by Gunners' defending in the 2-0 semi-final loss he turned around and appeared to explain his point to one of the red chairs next to him. 3This video footage has emerged of Pep Guardiola seemingly talking to an empty chair during his side's 2-0 FA Cup semi loss to Arsenal Arsenal have made Guardiola lose his mind, hes started talking to an empty chair
    The investigation on Sushant Singh Rajput’s case is still on. Mumbai Police has been getting people to report at Bandra Police Station to record their statement. Recently, Sushant’s Psychiatrist Kersi Chavda was spotted at the cop station for questioning. Last month, TOI had reported that Sushant’s counselor had revealed that the actor wasn’t happy that he broke up with Ankita Lokhande. The story was later removed claiming inaccuracies. The publication also got massively slammed. The doctor had then written on his Facebook about what had transpired. He has probably been called to Police Station to know about Sushant’s mental state and more.Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death ‘Wake-Up Call’ for B-Town: Anil Kapoor, Karan Johar, Anushka Sharma and Other Celebrities Stress on...
    Competition has already started in the NBA bubble, as players arrived in Orlando ahead of the league’s planned restart. So far, however, it’s been booze more than basketball driving players’ competitive spirits. Pelicans guard JJ Redick posted a video of himself “shotgunning” a Bud Light while sitting in an ice bath after practice. “Sorry meant to post this earlier. Multitasking post practice,” Redick captioned the tweet. He’ll have plenty of rivals for fastest time in the bubble, however. Heat center Meyers Leonard proclaimed himself the “king of the bubble” in terms of chugging beer. Upon arrival in Orlando, Leonard posted his own shotgunning video, instead opting to drink a Coors Light. Leonard challenged his NBA colleagues to beat his...
    Nicole Thea, a YouTube personality, dancer and accessories designer, has died at 24. The UK-based social media influencer was best-known for posting videos documenting her pregnancy, which was eight months along, and the cause of death is unconfirmed at this time. Her unborn son is also dead. Thea’s mother revealed the news Sunday in an Instagram post: “To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and [her partner] Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning,” she wrote. “As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has...
    Rachel Cook posted an eye-catching three-part photo set to her Instagram today to promote the release of the fifth edition of Nirvana Magazine. She was photographed at the beach in front of the ocean, and in particular, she showed off her incredible cleavage in one of the snaps. In the first picture, the model stood facing the camera straight-on and propped out her left leg. She placed her right hand in front of her bare chest and smiled with her lips closed. She only wore a pair of light denim shorts that she left unzipped, and her black bikini bottoms peeked through. Her choice to go topless meant that her toned bod was on full show, and in addition to...
    A Massachusetts police officer was fired last month after posting a photo showing her niece at a Black Lives Matter rally in Atlanta to her Instagram account while off the clock. Florissa Fuentes, 30, was fired from the Springfield Police Department on June 19, Mass Live reported. She posted a photo taken on May 29 to her personal Instagram account while off-duty that showed her niece attending a Black Lives Matter rally in Atlanta and holding a sign that read: “shoot the f--- back." NORTH CAROLINA COPS FIRED OVER CONVERSATIONS ABOUT 'SLAUGHTERING BLACK PEOPLE,' SECOND 'CIVIL WAR' “After I posted it, I started getting calls and texts from co-workers,” Fuentes recalled. “I was initially confused, but then I realized...
    A truck driver from California penned a tragic last Facebook post tinged with regret just a day before dying from coronavirus. Tommy Macias, 51, who lived in Los Angeles, said he caught the killer virus at a party in early June as coronavirus restrictions in the state were eased. In the post he admitted he 'f***ed up' by not wearing a mask and failing to keep a distance from people, saying he felt guilty for putting his family at risk. Tommy Macias, 51, a truck driver from California (left), caught coronavirus at a party early last month before being rushed to hospital on June 21 (right), where he died just a few hours later A day before...
    A police detective in Springfield, Massachusetts, was fired one month after she posted about her support for the Black Lives Matter movement on social media. Co-workers of Florissa Fuentes, a detective in the Special Victims Unit, became outraged after she posted an image of her niece standing in front of a burning building in Atlanta with signs that read: "Shoot the f--- back" and "Who do we call when the murderer wears the badge?” “After I posted it, I started getting calls and texts from co-workers,” Fuentes told Mass Live. “I was initially confused, but then I realized they thought I was being anti-cop. I wasn’t. I was just supporting my niece’s activism. I had no malicious intent,...
    Rob Kardashian made his grand return to the general public eye at sister Khloé Kardashian’s 36th celebration Saturday. The reclusive former actuality star, 33, appeared slimmer in uncommon images posted the next day to his Instagram account and appeared excited to be seen. “Woo again child,” he captioned a photograph of himself, smiling broad, with Tristan Thompson (who’s Khloé’s ex) and pal Savas Oguz. Dream Kardashian’s father additionally posted a photograph of himself speaking to Scott Disick and wrote, “Recognize it
    REAL Housewives of Orange County Shannon Beador celebrated her one-year anniversary with her boyfriend John Janssen. The two went back to the same restaurant where they had their first date last summer. 6 Shannon Beador celebrated her one-year anniversary with her boyfriend John JanssenCredit: Instagram 6 The two went back to the same restaurant where they had their first date last summerCredit: Instagram Shannon posted a picture of the two writing: "One year ago, the first date @fableandspirit. One year later, celebrating at the same place." They were introduced through a mutual friend and went public as a couple last July. John is a partner at an insurance firm Shannon has three daughters, 18-year-old Sophie and 14-year-old twins, Stella and...
    Siya Kakkar, who has almost 2 million follows on video streaming platform TikTok, has reportedly died. The viral sensation from India was 16 years outdated. The reason for loss of life remains to be unconfirmed, however India As we speak is reporting that Kakkar died by suicide on June 25 in New Delhi. The Put up’s request for remark from her administration workforce was not instantly returned. Nevertheless, the teenager internet star’s expertise agent, Arjun Sarin, posted the next memorial Thursday on Instagram with the caption, “No extra phrases. You’ll all the time be one of the best artist. Relaxation In Peace @siya_kakkar.” Kakkar’s final TikTok video, posted Wednesday and that includes her signature Bollywood model of singing and...
    In a moving scene ahead of the GEICO 500 Monday, a large group of fellow drivers and crew members joined to push Bubba Wallace's No. 43 car to the front of the pack at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. Just one day earlier, a noose was found in Wallace's garage, sparking outrage and a Department of Justice investigation into the matter. Wallace is NASCAR's only black driver and has been outspoken about racial injustice following George Floyd's death, having worn a shirt with the phrase "I can't breathe" on it and displaying "Black Lives Matter" signage on his car. He also recently advocated successfully for the ban of Confederate flags at NASCAR races. NASCAR posted the video...
    Stories are rising that 5 folks have been shot and one individual has been killed throughout Juneteenth celebrations in Charlotte, North Carolina. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police confirmed a murder investigation on their official Twitter account the morning of June 22. The police stated “one individual has been pronounced deceased on the scene. A number of different victims have been transported by Medic with gunshot wounds.” CMPD detectives are investigating a murder within the 1800 Beatties Ford Rd. One individual has been pronounced deceased on the scene. A number of different victims have been transported by Medic with gunshot wounds. — CMPD Information (@CMPD) June 22, 2020 A murder at a unique location, the 1300 Block of Varsity Lane, was additionally being...
    One man was killed and 11 people were wounded early Sunday when gunfire erupted in a Minneapolis business district, police said. The shooting occurred around the 2900 block of Hennepin Avenue, not far from Bde Maka Ska, the largest lake in the city’s Chain of Lakes. “12 people have suffered gunshot wounds in an incident on 2900 block of Hennepin S. 1 adult male died and 11 have no –life-threatening wounds,” the city’s police department posted on Twitter. MINNESOTA FAILS TO PASS POLICE REFORM BILL; GOV. WALZ SAYS HE'S 'EMBARRASSED' There was no indication that a suspect or suspects had been arrested, and no details on what may have sparked the shooting. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP...
    It’s back to the boat life for Patrick Mahomes and girlfriend Brittany Matthews. On Wednesday, Matthews posted a trio of snaps on Instagram as she and the Chiefs quarterback enjoyed a daytime cruise at the Lake of the Ozarks. Captioning the post, “PG-13,” a bikini-clad Matthews embraced Mahomes in the sweet shots, as fans responded with heart-shaped-eye emojis. “Most cutest couple in the NFL,” one fan gushed. “Such a great looking couple,” another follower replied. One fan even told this year’s Super Bowl MVP to give Matthews a ring of her own. “My favourite couple @brittanylynne @patrickmahomes!!!!! King and Queen Mahomes. Put a ring
    The Florida attorney who dressed as the Grim Reaper in an attempt to shame beachgoers into going home amid the coronavirus pandemic is championing a new cause and defying his own advice. In recent days, Daniel Uhlfelder has posted several photographs and videos to his Twitter account of himself attending crowded protests held in response to the death of George Floyd. "Defuniak springs, Florida. Huge crowd. Stay hopeful and stay strong," he posted Sunday from a rally in the Florida panhandle. On the same day, he tweeted that the state saw 1,433 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. In another tweet, he posted a video from a Miami gathering. "More videos from today’s Black Live Matters protest in Miami," Uhlfelder wrote Saturday. "Thanks for all...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican comic Héctor Suárez, whose decades-long career celebrated the common man and satirized the rich, corrupt and arrogant, has died at 81. His son Héctor Suárez Gomís posted a statement Tuesday confirming his father’s death, though he did not specify the cause. Mexico’s Culture Department posted a statement mourning Suárez, calling him a “pioneer.” Suárez started delivering biting social commentary on poverty, corruption and decaying values in the 1970s and 80s, before it was popular or easy to do so under Mexico’s authoritarian governments. He played a desperate, ragged proletarian in the 1983 movie “El Milusos”and lampooned officials and shopkeepers in the TV program “¿Qué nos pasa?” or “What’s Happening to Us?” Unafraid...