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A group entered the convenience store near Figueroa Street and El Segundo Boulevard, with surveillance footage showing the looters shouting at each other, on August 15. The gang of people ransacked the store while shouting, completely destroying the COVID-19 safety screen that had been set up to grab as much as they could in Los Angeles, California. They can be seen running across the store and grabbing drinks, cigarettes, lottery tickets, bags of chips, and other items. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the suspects also started throwing items at them, with around 100 people involved in the chaos.

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Hannah Gutierrez Reed's statement comes as Alec Baldwin continues to blame her and prop master Seth Kenney for the live rounds ending up in the gun. Baldwin is awaiting a decision from prosecutors in New Mexico who must decide whether or not he should be criminally charged over the accident that occurred last October. They are yet to make a ruling, and are now no doubt weighing a damning FBI report released last week that said the gun could not have possible gone off without Baldwin deliberately firing it.

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El Shafee Elsheikh, 33, a former British citizen, was found guilty of the charges by a federal jury in Alexandria, Virginia in April. He was sentenced to life in prison by a judge on Friday.

Family of Rodney Medeiros, who died of a heart attack on Mark Zuckerberg's Hawaii property, is now pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit.

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The raid by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on former President Donald Trump's home has damaged the agency's standing with Republican and independent voters, according to a new poll.

An off-campus co-op for students at the University of California, Berkeley named the 'Person of Color Theme House' has banned white guests from entering common areas of the house. A list of house rules revealed that occupants were told 'many POC moved here to be able to avoid white violence and presence, so respect their decision of avoidance if you bring white guests.' While the student house aims to have an 'inclusive' environment, the rules specifically state 'white guests are not allowed in common spaces,' according to the list, which was posted on Reddit. The accommodation, which is located close to Berkeley's campus, is a five-story, 30-room home that can house up to 56 students. But the 'rules' which were leaked on social media have caused outrage - with many people slamming the rules as 'racist' as others came forward and revealed their experience living in the co-op. 

Finland's married 'Party PM' Sanna Marin, 36, defends her hedonistic lifestyle, insists 'nothing inappropriate' happened with male pop star during 4am dance in nightclub and takes a drug test 

Sanna Marin, Finland's party prime minister, has today defended her actions after she was filmed enjoying a wild night out with friends earlier this month. Ms Marin, a 36-year-old married mother-of-one, said 'nothing inappropriate' happens in footage which captured her dancing hip-to-hip in a nightclub with a male pop star at 4am, and said that 'everyone needs a fun night out'. Ms Marin also denied ever taking drugs but said she had submitted to a test anyway to prove her innocence after more footage, captured earlier the same evening, caught one of her friends using a slang term for cocaine. Journalists questioned whether she would have been in a position to make snap decisions if a crisis had begun during the party, but Ms Marin shot back that her entire time in office has been during a 'crisis - including Covid an the Ukraine war - and that she has never been called upon in the middle of a Saturday night.

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FEMAIL takes a look at the 'partying' lifestyle of Finnish PM Sanna Marin, 36, who parties until the early hours, goes to festivals with friends and attends high-profile events with her husband Markus.

The world's third-largest movie theatre chain and owner of 505 US-based theatres, Cineworld Group plc, is preparing to file bankruptcy.

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Angelina Jolie, 47, (top right with her son Knox) filed images showing bruising to her hand (left) and elbow (inset) that she allegedly sustained during a fight in 2016 with Brad Pitt (bottom right) to the FBI as part of an investigation into the couple's 'verbal and physical fight'. It was during this flight that Jolie claims Pitt, 58, had taken her to the restroom in the back of the plane, grabbed her shoulders and shook her while yelling 'f*****g up this family', the bombshell FBI report revealed. Pitt denies all of his ex-wife's claims (inset: the couple board a plane in France).

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Karren Sites, from Pittsburgh, was holidaying at Myrtle Beach with her family last Monday, August 15 when the shark struck. 'I just felt something bite me and there was a shark on my arm,' she said.

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Jeremy Lee Pauley, 40, was arrested and charged with the abuse of a corpse after allegedly purchasing human remains from an Arkansas woman on Thursday, according to police.

Apple security flaw threatens 'everything we hold dear': BILLIONS across globe scramble to update iPhones and Macs as tech giant reveals hackers can take control of devices and access bank accounts... so have YOU updated your software yet? 

Apple users were today urged to update their devices after the firm disclosed serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices. The world's most valuable company said it is 'aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited' and released two security reports about the issue on Wednesday, but they have only now received more widespread attention. Security experts told users to update affected devices - the iPhone 6S and later models; and several models of the iPad , including the 5th generation and later, all iPad Pros, the iPad Mini 4 and later and the iPad Air 2 and later. The update, iOS 15.6.1, also applies to the iPod Touch 7th generation. In addition, Mac computers on MacOS Monterey are affected - with users urged to download '12.5.1'. The issues were found by an anonymous researcher in 'WebKit', the browser engine that powers Safari; and 'Kernel', which is the core of the operating system.

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Here MailOnline answers all the key questions and tells you what you need to do to protect yourself following the Californian company's announcement.

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The sprawling 100-acre oasis in the middle of the Las Vegas desert, once a refuge to the world's most famous magic act, Siegfried and Roy - is set to be demolished and turned into a 334-unit apartment complex. The staggering compound was home to the magicians for over 30 years and contained a hideaway of interconnected mansions through miles of walkways. It features a 'translucent chapel' replete with a bell tower, an aquatic center, an authentic Bavarian cottage which served as an homage to their German roots and a complex to house their menagerie of animals and large cats. Within the walls was a surreal fantasy land that displayed their priceless Persian rugs, crystal candle holders, carved wood furnishings, a clock owned by Napoleon, gold candelabras that were a gift from Liberace and a jewel-encrusted sword that is said to have once belonged to Genghis Khan. One visitor once described it as 'opulent to the point of vulgarity.' It was not uncommon, that at any given point you might bump into a Himalayan tiger, or perhaps a miniature donkey whether indoors or out. Their animal kingdom had virtual run of the place with their own Olympic-sized pool and air-conditioned accommodation.

Mexican soap drama Donde Hubo Fuego has been released under the new title High Heat on the streaming platform, and features racy scenes in a fire station.

The breakthrough comes as streaming hits four consecutive months of new viewership highs, thanks to top-line entertainment such as Netflix's Stranger Things and Hulu's Only Murders in the Building.

Blast at Putin's Crimea airfield wiped out half of his Black Sea combat jets with recent explosions behind Russian lines having 'significant psychological effect' on Kremlin leadership, say Western officials 

More than half of the Russian navy's Black Sea Fleet combat jets were put out of action in blasts last week at the Russian-operated Saky military airfield in western Crimea, an area Moscow previously considered secure, according to Britain's Ministry of Defence (MoD). The Kremlin is busy seeking to allocate blame for the debacle and President Vladimir Putin is struggling to hide Ukraine's success from the Russian population. This comes as thousands of Russians fleeing Crimea have streamed into the country, officials said on Friday, and as a fire at a munitions depot near the Russian village of Timonovo has led to the evacuation of two villages in Russia's Belgorod region. Roughly 1,100 people reside in the villages of Timonovo and Soloti, around 15 miles from the Ukrainian border. There were no casualties in the blaze late Thursday, Belgorod regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said.

Data released by Ukraine's military said their troops have killed more than 44,000 Russian soldiers and destroyed some 1,800 tanks. Other estimates put the figure of tanks lost much higher.

Video that appears to have been taken inside a turbogenerator hall at Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant shows at least five Russian military trucks inside next to a stack of crates.

Pro-Kremlin rapper Timati and Russian restaurateur Anton Pinskiy acquired Starbucks' Russian operations in July and gave it a new name under the slogan 'bucks is gone, stars stay'.

Scott Kohn, 68, was indicted in 2019 for the fraudulent scheme which he used to fund an opulent lifestyle from a $4.8million mansion boasting sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean.

'Why would anyone want to be a cop in America today?' Furious police union shares footage of two NYPD cops being subjected to racist abuse while patrolling the streets of Eric Adams' rotting Big Apple

The video was shared on Twitter yesterday and admonished by the Detectives Endowment Association, one of the largest police unions in New York City. It shows a black male cop and Hispanic female cop trying to speak with several people in the street, but being berated with insults and racist slurs. The man behind the camera called the male officer the N-word, the female a 'fake Puerto Rican', and in one disgusting aside, told her to 'suck his black d**k b***h'. More distressing than the foul-mouthed tirade is the officers' response - they calmly walked away, without so much as raising their voices.

Detective Cesar 'Echy' Echaverry, 29, a five-year veteran of the Miami-Dade Police Department, was shot in the head by a robber on Monday. His death was mocked by Kevin Newcomb.

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Chemists at UCLA and Northwestern University have discovered a new way of breaking down a class of PFAS, or 'forever chemicals'. It is low-cost and does not produce harmful byproducts.

A DHS contract award to construct security fencing around President Joe Biden's Rehoboth Beach, Del. home has jumped to nearly $500,000. The contract last year was for $456,000. Biden is currently in Wilmington, and is expected to arrive at his beach house soon.

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The White House is riding high after cinching wins with a couple of big spending bills in Congress, with chief of staff Ron Klain comparing President Biden to the likes of FDR, Eisenhower and JFK.

President Joe Biden will address Also will address hate violence and mass shootings in Buffalo, El Paso, Texas, Pittsburgh and Oak Creek, Wisconsin at a White House summit next month.

Growing up in small-town Western Kansas, I couldn't afford to travel to New York until I was 21. When I did make my grand arrival, it was on a Chinatown bus. I paid for it out of my own pocket. Then I asked a cab to take me to my hotel near the Waldorf Astoria. The cab driver, however, dropped me off at the Waldorf, where it was swiftly made known that I, in my Gap dress and department store boots, was certainly not a guest there. That's not the tale for the busload of migrants who are being shipped into the city from Texas and Arizona - after first illegally entering the country -- and being housed, on the taxpayers' dime, at fancy New York City hotels. On Thursday, New York City's Department of Social Services requested an extra 5,000 hotel rooms to accommodate New York's newest guests. That's on top of the 1,000 rooms the city announced they'd be renting last week at places like The Row, a four-star Times Square resort.

Maureen O'Connell, who specialized in forensics, gangs, and cartel-level narcotics in LA between 1991 and 2016, told Fox News the DOJ was 'trying to push' the FBI to issue a warrant on Trump's home.

Mayor Castor said at an event in Tampa, Florida, that she arrests for abortions '100% would not happen'. Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended a state attorney after a similar pledge this month.

A Republican candidate for Congress in western New York says US Attorney General Merrick Garland 'should be executed' for authorizing a search on Donald Trump's home.

London's business owners and motorists have warned New York City faces a world of pain should it implement a congestion charge similar to that seen in the capital. Plans to carve up parts of the Big Apple and implement charges of up to $23 (£18.95) to enter central Manhattan were outlined yesterday as the iconic American city aims to slash the number of cars on its gridlocked roads. New York Governor Kathy Hochul is ploughing ahead with the controversial idea in a bid to raise billions - following in the footsteps of London's Transport for London which has raised more than £4bn from the congestion charge since 2003.

Michael Buble's sister-in-law Daniela Lopilato was rushed to hospital after the car she was driving flipped and ended up on its roof when another vehicle hit hers from behind in Argentina.

Speaking to FEMAIL, Dr Carmen Harra, American author of Committed: Finding Love and Loyalty Through the Seven Archetypes, explained why people get such terrifying nightmares when asleep.

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California dermatologist accused of poisoning her husband at their $2.7m mansion with Drano-laced lemonade is ordered to stay away from their two kids by judge while out on $30,000 bail 

Yue Yu, 45, also known as 'Emily', was allegedly caught on camera pouring the drain cleaner into husband Jack Chen's drink, in newly-released footage by Chen's attorneys. Chen, 53, brought police in the city of Irvine photos of Yu supposedly pouring the Drano into his lemonade. She was arrested last week after he accused her of doing it on three separate occasions. He has since filed for divorce and asked a judge for a restraining order against the children, ages seven and eight.

Health officials at the university said the student is isolating at home and that their close contacts are being traced.They attended University Park campus, the college's largest.

San Francisco, Cleveland and Portland have the most deserted downtowns in the US as soaring crime rates in the Democratic cities scare away workers and tourists. In a recent study by the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University of California Berkeley, San Francisco's downtown area was found to be only 31 percent active over the spring of 2022 when compared to pre-pandemic levels, with Cleveland at 36 percent and Portland at 41 percent. Meanwhile, cities like Salt Lake City, Utah, Bakersfield, California and Columbus Ohio are enjoying the fastest comeback, seeing their downtown activity go up by more than 110 percent since 2019. 

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Roger Pinckney, 44, who had consumed oysters with vibrio vulnificus on July 21 at the Rustic Inn in Fort Lauderdale, tested positive for cocaine, fentanyl, cannabis, oxycodone, and opiates.

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Jake Freeman, an applied mathematics as well as an economics major at the University of Southern California, invested in five million of the company's shares in July before cashing in on Tuesday.

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Olivia and Harry spent the day together in New York City, first hitting the gym for a couple's workout, when the actress and director was seen kissing her boyfriend, who went incognito in a baseball cap. Later in the day, the pair stepped out for a dinner date at Italian restaurant Rubirosa, with Olivia sporting a patterned midi skirt, navy blue T-shirt, and Adidas sneakers. Her boyfriend showed off his unique sense of style, wearing a crocheted white shirt with purple and yellow accents, brown striped trousers, and white slip-on shoes; he also had a black face mask on. Harry is due to kick off a 15-night run of his Love On Tour at Madison Square Garden on Saturday; meanwhile Olivia is currently in the midst of an ugly custody battle against her ex-partner Jason, 46, with whom she shares two children - son Otis and daughter Daisy.

While the dating service has led to some successful long-term relationships and even marriages, there's also been numerous scandals surrounding it across the world.

Back in 2010 was when she first chopped off her hair and debuted the edgy look. And in stunning shots released on Friday, Emma Watson revived her iconic pixie cut as she became the new face of Prada Beauty and praised 'femininity that challenges conventions.' The Harry Potter actress - who was last seen with long tresses on August 6th - looked incredible in the artistic photographs for upcoming fragrance, Paradoxe, with stripped-back skin make-up juxtaposed with bold eyeliner.

Peter Thiel, who is worth an estimated $7.7billion, wanted to build a sprawling mansion containing a spa, meditation pod and library near Lake Wanaka on New Zealand's pristine South Island. But he faced strong opposition from environmental groups and locals who argued that it would 'destroy our beautiful lake environment'. On Thursday, Queenstown-Lakes district council ruled against Thiel - declining planning permission for the 'eco-lodge' on the basis that it would 'be of a sufficiently large scale and impact that it will draw the eye and be inappropriately dominant.' Inspectors were said to be particularly concerned about the size of the property and landscaped surroundings - which would cover 18 acres - and the fact that it would be visible from multiple vantage points around the lake.

Scientists from Rockefeller University have discovered that neurons which transmit scent information to the brains of mosquitoes are activated by more than one human body odour chemical.

It was first spotted in May in the southern state of Kerala and it is feared to be a new variant of hand, foot, and mouth disease. Experts are also probing whether it is a mosquito-borne infection.

Winter has FINALLY returned - but there's no chilly reception here! House of the Dragon receives rave early reviews from critics as fans gear up to watch Game Of Thrones' $200 million prequel 

House Of The Dragon has been branded 'bigger, better and bloodier' than Game Of Thrones in rave early reviews.  After hints, teasers, casting calls, an unprecedented pandemic and a somewhat disappointing end to one of the biggest shows in recent history, winter is once again upon us. From Monday evening long awaited Game Of Thrones prequel House Of The Dragon is set to unpick the fraught, fractious and undeniably incestuous lives of Daenerys Targaryen's distant relatives.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were seen on Thursday in Savannah, Georgia - shopping ahead of their weekend wedding celebrations. Lopez's mother also arrived in the state.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Holidaymakers had gathered to watch turtles swim at the Laguna del Carpintero in the city of Tampico, Mexico, but were horrified to see a crocodile swimming past them with the man's body in its jaws on Thursday. Local police said the man, who has not been named, had ignored warnings not to go swimming because of the presence of crocodiles when he was attacked.

The Artemis Real-time Orbit Website will allow space fans to 'pinpoint where Orion is and track its distance from the Earth, distance from the moon, mission duration, and more.'

It's not every day you invite three Hollywood stars round for dinner, but India Hicks had that rare privilege at her Bahamas home last month. Hicks, a descendant of the Mountbatten family and Prince Charles' goddaughter, hosted actors Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman along with presenter Jimmy Kimmel at the Caribbean property she shares with husband David Flint Wood. Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the former fashion model, 54, shared photos from their visit to the picturesque island while giving fans an update on a more recent and arguably more eventful trip to Miami.

The token fell as much as 7.7 per cent to $21,404 (£18,057) in early trading, before recovering slightly to reach $21,714 (£18,311) by just after 10.30am.

Catherine became a global sex symbol when she starred as the stunning Daisy Duke in the popular action-comedy series The Dukes of Hazzard back in the late '70s and '80s. But on Sunday, the now-68-year-old actress swapped her iconic hotpants for leggings as she stepped out for some retail therapy in Los Angeles, California. The CBS show first premiered in 1979, and it also starred Tom Wopat, John Schneider, Denver Pyle, James best, and Sorrell Booke. It went on for seven seasons before it concluded in February 1985, and it remained one of the most top-rated shows during much of its run. As Catherine is spotted out and about in LA sporting a very different look than she did during her Daisy Duke days, FEMAIL uncovered what she - and the rest of her castmates - have been up to over the last 37 years. Some of them have faced a slew of controversies over the last three-and-a-half decades - including arrests, substance abuse, and multiple divorces.

A makeshift border wall along Yuma, Arizona, was toppled over as Gov. Doug Ducey reportedly blames criminals for the incident, while near Texas, officials stopped a truck carrying 150 migrants.

A gang of six are accused of using fake uniforms to run a phony police station out of a hotel in the town of Banka, in north-east India, which they used to extort bribes out of locals for eight months.

Fury as Yale School of Medicine Professor brags about helping kids as young as THREE on 'gender journey' if they identify as trans or non-binary 

Christy Olezeski is the Director and co-founder of the Yale Pediatric Gender Program. In a YouTube video, since taken down, she explains how she runs a program that helps children from the age of three-years-old with their 'gender journey'. The program website details details how transgender surgeries are only available to those 18 and older. The idea of children who are barely out of wearing diapers making a decision to change genders was met with outrage on social media.

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Marvel star Frank Grillo has slammed LA's spiraling crime rate after his personal boxing trainer Azuma Bennett, 30, was shot dead outside a legal marijuana dispensary.

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Researchers from the University of Sheffield determined that the eruption was equivalent to around 61 Mt of TNT, whereas the Tsar Bomba released between 50-58 Mt.

Down with the kids! Adult TikTok users hilariously mock #BamaRush sorority girls' 'outfit of the day' videos with their own 'CORPORATE rush' posts showcasing their office ensembles

Social media users have taken over the #BamaRush and #Alabamarush hashtags with parody accents, attire and attitudes of the University of Alabama students. Adults have taken the spot of the budding sorority students with videos mocking their southern accents and attire with the hashtag #CorporateRush. The adults showcase their work attire and ruthlessly mock the PNMs by mimicking their presentations and viciously lampooning the sorority process. Social media users can't help but to laugh along with the adults who appear to be wannabe sisters, even picking fan favorites.

Sky Cornell, a public information officer for the LA County Fire Department, said an official had sent an email warning them about sharing pictures of the crash that killed Bryant.

At a joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Tuesday, Abbas had accused Israel of committing '50 Holocausts' against Palestinians since 1947.

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US astronaut Bob Hines, who snapped the amazing images, tweeted: 'SPECTACULAR aurora today!!! Thankful for the recent solar activity resulting in these wonderful sights!' He took the pictures from the Cupola - a seven-window observatory which offers the best spot for taking in the stunning views of the Earth. Auroras occur when particles from incoming solar storms strike gases in our planet's atmosphere, with the collision often leading to these eye-catching displays.

After visiting the Baker Street premises in London, a Twitter user posted a snap, saying: Serious question: Went to Madame Tussards (sic) on Sunday and still trying to work out who she is? Any ideas?'

The billionaire, 88, was entertaining guests at his seafront property on Wednesday evening and was sitting down for aperitivo when he noticed a cloud of smoke coming from a nearby mountain.

Damian Lewis made a rare appearance with new girlfriend Alison Mosshart in New York City on Thursday, little more than a month after confirming their relationship. The actor has embarked on a new romance with the American musician following the tragic death of wife Helen McCrory to cancer in April 2021. Stepping out for an infrequent public appearance with Mosshart in the city's trendy SoHo district, Lewis, 51, looked relaxed in a black polo shirt and stone coloured chinos.

Multiple fatalities were reported after two planes collided while attempting to land at the  Watsonville Municipal Airport, in California, on Thursday.

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A global survey of 7,000 women by the beauty firm Avon found that 62 per cent of those in that age bracket had moderated what they want out of life.

Death toll from 'hellish' European storms climbs to 13: British kayaker and three children among dead across France, Italy and Austria while Germany puts rescuers on alert for flooding

Three children are among the dead, as well as a British woman in her 60s who was swept away by raging torrents in front of her husband while kayaking in Corsica. The extreme weather produced 140mph gusts, leaving 45,000 households without power on the French island, where five others were killed including a teenage girl crushed by a tree and an elderly woman smacked by a beach hut roof. Germany's national weather service DWD warned of 'extremely abundant, prolonged rain' along the edge of the Alps that could see up to 140 litres of water per square metre fall over a 48-hour period that could cause flooding.

It will be five months that beloved high school English teacher Meghan Marohn, 42, disappeared without a trace. She was last seen at The Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, Massachusetts

The 'Hot' rapper was showed in court via Zoom on Thursday, as lawyers argued that prosecutors created a false narrative in previous bond hearings, associating the rapper with lyrics he didn't write

Boris Becker 's model daughter Anna Ermakova has been spotted frolicking on a sun-soaked getaway to Monaco this week, but she is not the only relative of a former tennis great who is living the high life. The offspring of Eighties and Nineties heroes including Ivan Lendl (centre), Jimmy Connors and Yannick Noah all live glamorous lives that are the envy of their thousands of social media followers. John McEnroe's daughter Emily (right), 31, is following in the footsteps of her actress mother Tatum O'Neal and forging a career in Hollywood. Meanwhile Talia Graf (left), the niece of German-born player Steffi, is making waves in the fashion industry.

BLM activist Monica Cannon-Grant, 41, whose anti-violence charity was shut down last month amid a federal fraud case against her, is now requesting to apply for unemployment benefits.

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent Matt Altman says he and his wife Johanna  are doing good, following her arrest for felony domestic violence in early August.

Resurfaced Anne Heche podcast reveals she warned Portia DeRossi off dating her ex Ellen DeGeneres by telling her 'Red flag!'

The late Anne Heche said last year that she had 'warned' Portia de Rossi not to get romantically-involved with her ex-girlfriend Ellen DeGeneres. In a June 2021 edition of her podcast Better Together with Heather Duffy, Heche - who died at 53 earlier this month from injuries she suffered in a car crash - said that she had advised de Rossi, 49, against pursuing a relationship with DeGeneres, 64.

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Cheeky seal uses a VERY sneaky move to break into a family's home before terrorising the cat and relaxing on the couch

Phil Ross's family in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, were stunned to see the furry intruder who'd waddled 150metres up from the shore into their hallway on Wednesday morning. After terrorising the family's cat and checking out the spare room, the fur seal jumped up onto a couch. After three hours a Department of Conservation ranger arrived and returned the animal to sea.

The quiet town of Maaroom on Queensland's Fraser Coast is under siege after an invasion of kangaroos, with multiple residents attacked and others carrying large sticks when they go outside.

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Although he was highly intelligent and fluent in several languages, Getty's private life was chaotic, with five failed marriages, all of them to much younger women.

Texas-based hypercar maker Hennessey has created the most expensive hair dryer on the planet. It has unveiled its Venom F5 Roadster, a convertible two-seater that will cost £2.5million ($3million) a piece and be capable of speeds in excess of 300mph. Not only is it set to become the fastest roadster on the planet, it will also be the most powerful, with the twin-turbo 6.6-litre V8 engine packing a jaw-dropping 1,817bhp.

  

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The zebras were crossing the Mara River in the Maasai Mara, Kenya when a group of crocodiles sprung their trap. But one predator got more than it bargained for when one of the zebras bit back. One image showed a number of crocodiles laying in wait in the water as the herd of zebras was crossing through, and another captured the moment the crocodile leapt out of the water in an attempt to make the zebra its meal. But the most startling moment of the series shows the zebra biting the crocodile in the throat before the predator recoiled in pain, allowing the zebra to get out of the Mara River in the Maasai Mara, and to the safety of dry land. Other members of its herd were not so lucky, however, with pictures showing the black and white stripes of some of the animals disappearing into the river amidst a writhing of water, scales and teeth.

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Images of lounging elephants, treefrog embryos and a parasitic fungus erupting from the body of a fly have all won prizes at the BMC Ecology and Evolution Image Competition

Elizabeth Fox-Doerr, 50, is alleged to have shot dead her firefighter husband Robert Doer on the driveway of their home following a shift in 2019. Her 'lover' Larry Richmond Sr. has been charged.

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Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke sported a casual ensemble while stepping out for lunch with his wife Arlene Silver on Thursday.   The 96-year-old Mary Poppins star looked relaxed in a long sleeve white cotton top, grey sweatpants, and black shoes.  The national treasure is 46 years older than the former make-up artist, 50, but they celebrated 10 years of marriage on February 29. 

  

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