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We already have all of the information we need to impeach Trump
There’s no need to wait for secret tapes or the conclusion to the Russia investigation, says Ron Fein, co-author of “The Constitution Demands It: The Case for the Impeachment of Donald Trump.” Congress already has all of the evidence it needs to start impeachment proceedings.
Michael Moore says he believes Trump could be America's last president because 'he has no respect for the rule of law'
This man said it’s his duty to stop ‘gay stuff.’ Now he’s facing hate crimes charges.
A man who attacked multiple people in Camden County, Missouri, is facing hate crimes charges.
According to investigators, Allen Loftis, 22, assaulted three different people this past Saturday at Shady Gators, a bar on Lake of the Ozarks.
Security at the bar said that Loftis started a fight with three men who were dancing together, who all say they’re straight. One of the victims was wearing a wig, a see-through cropped T-shirt, and leopard print pants.
'Big Brother' Contestant Draws Criticism After Dropping N-Word During Show's Live Feed
Big Brother season 20 is under fire yet again after a contestant used the N-word during the show's 24/7 live feed.
During the feed, Kaitlyn Herman, a 26-year-old "life-coach," said "I did go zero to 100 n—real quick," when quoting the song "0 to 100" by Drake.
Blame the musician who thinks the word makes him a better man. 06-Jul-2018
‘You ain’t poppin’ unless you got haters’: Aspiring rapper turns L.A. commute into nightmare
The worst qualities of Los Angeles — endless traffic and shameless self-promotion — collided in exasperating fashion Wednesday on the 110 Freeway in downtown.
It happened about 8 a.m. when a husky, shirtless man in underwear scaled an exit sign near 3rd Street, unfurled several banners and began vaping, dancing and shouting through a bullhorn as thousands of motorists looked on in various states of amusement, anger and resignation.
Passengers watch in horror as naked man charges tarmac, tries breaking onto aircraft from the wing
Anger as hundreds of ticket-holders turned away from LA Pride
LA Pride turned away hundreds of ticket-holders after overselling an event last night (9 June).
As part of a special LA Pride Festival concert in West Hollywood, many people showed up and then got turned away.
According to eye witness reports, organizers were turning people away from as early as 8:30pm. This is despite having a prepaid ticket to the event or not.
Pride-goers even noticed a helicopter hovering above, telling people not to bother trying to get in and to go home.
One Twitter user wrote: ‘Y’all made a huge mess here. Way over capacity, easily the worst, most uncomfortable, dangerous Pride I’ve ever been to. There’s a literal helicopter flying around telling people to go home at 9:45pm!’
Gay Star News
ABC staging 'Scandal,' 'How to Get Away with Murder' crossover episodes
Annalise Keating and Olivia Pope are women who have blazed their own paths, but those paths are now going to collide.
ABC confirmed Wednesday that "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" will stage crossover episodes that will see the characters played by Viola Davis and Kerry Washington share the small screen for the first time.
Father of 11 stabbed to death protecting son from sneaker thieves
A Jersey City, N.J., man was killed while protecting one of his 11 children.
Family members told NJ.com that Jose "Migue" Malave was trying to ward off a teenager trying to rob his 8-year-old son of a pair of sneakers.
According to the publication, Malave's son had encountered a group of teens earlier that day who tried to steal the boy's shoes, but were unsuccessful.
The teens later showed up at the boy's home in the hopes that he had other nice things they could make off with, NJ.com reported.
NY Daily News
'Dr. Phil' Guests Accuse Staffers of Aiding in Alcohol and Drug Use
In a new investigation from the Boston Globe and STAT, guests of the syndicated talk show have gone on the record accusing staffers of aiding in substance abuse.
When Survivor winner Todd Herzog appeared on Dr. Phil in 2013, he was so intoxicated that he slurred his words and needed help from two people just to make it to his seat. A breathalyzer showed his alcohol level to be a shocking .263, and host Phil McGraw, a trained psychologist known for his brash but often successful TV-ready techniques, said that he had "never talked to a guest who was closer to death."
Herzog, now sober, has just come forward in a joint investigation published Thursday by the Boston Globe and STAT alleging that part of the reason was in such bad shape that day was because of vodka and Xanax supplied to him by the show. His experience, the investigation claims, is indicative of a troubling behind-the-scenes culture at Dr. Phil which is said to value ratings and the show's dramatic storylines over the health and welfare of guests who are struggling with substance abuse.