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This pop star has been accused by over 50 men of blackmail after they hooked up
Over 50 men have filed criminal complaints against pop singer Bulut Duman for allegedly using their sexual orientation to blackmail them over the last several years.
The complaints have been filed in several provinces in Turkey by government workers, engineers, doctors, and even the nephew of a former Minister.
TRUMP LAWYER RUDY GIULIANI TAKES MYSTERY TRIPS TO RUSSIA, ARMENIA AND UKRAINE: REPORT
Giuliani had defended his business relationships, claiming that he had "friends all over the world."
"This is not a new thing for me," he told the Times. "When you become the mayor, you become interested in foreign policy. When I left, my major work was legal and security around the world."
During his trip to Armenia, Giuliani tweeted messages of support for Trump, claiming that "people here in Armenia think President Trump has once again restored America's leadership position."
"Many ARMENIANS want me to tell Americans that they love President Trump's dedication to making America Great Again," Giuliani said. "This will lead the world to peace and respect for human achievement and freedom."
Black voters won’t take the Blexit ramp to vote for Trump
In an effort to radically change the dynamic, conservative television pundit Candace Owens is urging black Americans to join her in a new political campaign to break bonds with a half-century of fealty to Democrats. Her movement is called “Blexit.” You see what she did there: black and exit.
Trump is no friend to black voters or their interests. Long before he mounted a race-baiting presidential campaign, Trump had established his bonafides as someone who was, in the words of The New York Times’ David Leonhardt and Ian Prasad Philbrick, “obsessed with race for the entire time he has been a public figure.”
Suicide hotline calls quadrupled after Trump’s latest attack on transgender people
Trans Lifeline, an organization that runs a crisis hotline for transgender people and staffed by transgender people, said that calls to their suicide hotline have quadrupled since the story broke that the Trump administration is trying to legally erase transgender identity.
In an Instagram post, Trans Lifeline reported that calls increased by four times last week, and first-time callers doubled.
Trump Fan Convicted In Anti-Muslim Terror Plot Asks Judge To Consider Trump’s Rhetoric
Admit it. Republicans have broken politics.
'Sloshed' New Jersey priest who advises the Pope gets DUI for being found twice over the limit after crashing into pregnant mother on London highway
As a Vatican consultant and a former spiritual adviser to student priests in Rome, you might have expected Monsignor Anthony Figueiredo to be a model of sobriety.
But he was pictured 'visibly sloshed' with his dog collar askew after his hire car hit a pregnant solicitor's 4x4 on the M25. He was more than twice the drink-drive limit.
Figueiredo, 54, who is a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, in the US, pulled over after the rush-hour accident and was photographed in his dishevelled state by the other driver, Olivia Parfitt, on her phone.
Tenn. Woman Killed When Boyfriend Allegedly Runs Her Over with Car Repeatedly
A Memphis man is accused of killing his girlfriend by beating her with a brick before running her over with his car repeatedly in front of her neighbors.
Police officer 'raped a woman in her own home because she couldn't pay fine - then cold case team matched his DNA 40 years later'
Retired Officer’s Home Broken Into, Elderly Woman Sexually Assaulted, 2 Arrested
When Women Are The Bad Guys: Female Sexual Assaulters In The #MeToo Era
When Avital Ronell, a New York University professor, and Asia Argento, an actress and leading figure in the #MeToo movement, were both accused of sexual misconduct in close succession earlier this year, many feminists seemed unsure of how to respond. Standing against sexual abuse is fundamental to a feminist worldview. But these tales of female misdeeds added to story after story on Fox News of predatory female teachers, made one wonder if this was the beginning of a backlash reconfigured as a kind of perverse equality — where #MeToo isn’t just #NotAllMen, but “women do it too.”
The Catholic Church Is Rich Enough to Settle Sex Abuse Cases Forever
It sometimes seems as if you could rattle off a list of Catholic sex abuse scandals in perpetuity. The pope, for his part, has barely responded outside of summoning the world's bishops to the Vatican for a meeting this winter to discuss the ongoing crisis.
Considering the unlikelihood of criminal consequences for those at the clergy's top levels, and the fact that many of these sex abuse cases have far surpassed the statutes of limitations, the endgame seems increasingly a financial—that is, a civil liability—question. But can the Church settle with survivors forever? Will it ever, somehow, completely run out of money with which to do so? In settling sex abuse claims, the Church has already reportedly spent or agreed to spend at least $3 billion in the US alone, and about 20 American dioceses have filed for some kind of bankruptcy. There's little evidence that will slow down, or that the price tag won't keep climbing. (In Pennsylvania, for example, bishops said they supported a fund to compensate survivors if they could prove they were abused but, because of the statute of limitations in the state, could no longer file a lawsuit.)
Gay woman Michelle LeClair: Scientology tried to 'cure' me of my sexuality
The Reason Behind The New Mexico Observatory Mystery? Child Porn.
Bishops' report finds hundreds of abuse victims
The German Bishops' Conference is releasing the results of its own report into sexual abuse in the Catholic Church over the past seven decades. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Cardinal Dolan: Sex abuse stories not new to me
CATHOLIC CHURCH ABUSE SCANDAL: OVER 3,600 VICTIMS REVEALED IN NEW REPORT
Secret files suggest Catholic bishop shielded alleged 'predator priests' from the public
Should the Catholic Church Pay Reparations to Sex-Abuse Victims?
Second woman alleges sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh, this time in college
A second woman has come forward alleging sexual misconduct by embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, days before his scheduled testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in response to a previous allegation of sexual assault.
Deborah Ramirez, who attended Yale University with Kavanaugh, told The New Yorker that Kavanaugh pulled down his pants and exposed himself to her while they were classmates there.
“I remember a penis being in front of my face,” said Ramirez, who says she had been drinking. “I knew that's not what I wanted, even in that state of mind.”
Kavanaugh-Supporting Women Ask, "What Boy Hasn't Done This?"
University of Berkeley employee is arrested in connection with the rapes of TEN women across northern California between 1991 and 2006 after police matched crime scene DNA using a genealogy website
Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis alleges harrowing sexual assault in op-ed supporting Kavanaugh accuser
Jeannie Mai says she was sexually abused by a family member when she was 9
Investigators Looking into Potential FOURTH Sexual Assault Allegation Against Brett Kavanaugh
White man who harassed black Florida A&M students surrenders to police
Don Crandall, Jr., 49, reported to Leon County Detention facility in Tallahassee after police charged him with improper exhibition of a firearm, a police spokesman told NBC News. If found guilty, he would face no more than a year in jail, according to the Florida State Attorney's Office.
Daycare owner drugged kids, tied them into car seats: Police
Police made a horrifying discovery at a daycare center in Mesquite, Tex., last week.
They found children drugged and strapped into plastic car seats with cords tied around their necks. Some were shut inside dark closets and bathrooms. The ages of the children are unknown.
Before Wife Drove Her and Their Kids off a Cliff, Mom Expressed Regret Over Adopted Family
Mormon fighting to end youth interviews ousted from faith
A Mormon man who led a campaign criticizing the church's practice of allowing closed-door, one-on-one interviews of youth by lay leaders that sometimes included sexual questions has been kicked out of the faith following a disciplinary hearing.
Sam Young read a verdict letter for the first time Sunday that had been delivered to him following last week's hearing with local church leaders in Houston.
Young and his supporters say the interviews where youth are asked if they're following the law of chastity led to inappropriate conversations and shaming.
Indian bishop accused of raping nun steps aside as arrest calls grow
Catholic dioceses sued over disclosure of abuse allegations
Dutch Catholic Church accused of covering up child abuse
Germany has its own Catholic Church sex abuse scandal
Pope Francis’ Favorability Ratings Have Plummeted in Midst of Sexual Abuse Scandal
Matt Walsh: Pope likened sex abuse accusers to Satan the ‘Great Accuser’
The Horrific Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal Is About to Get a Lot Worse
VICE: After the bombshell report out of Pennsylvania, the attorney general in Missouri announced that he would launch a similar investigation, and the Archdiocese of St. Louis, for one, pledged its complete cooperation. Then, the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey launched similar investigations. Is this something new that we’re seeing—the multiple intensive investigations and the apparent cooperation of the dioceses?
John C. Manly: The scandal has had a few evolutions. The first one was really Gilbert Gauthe, in the late 80s. He was a priest in Louisiana who molested dozens and dozens of children. That was basically the first exposure. And then there was the [Joseph] Bernardin exposure in '92. And then the [Rudolph] Kos case in Dallas—there was a huge verdict. And then the Stockton verdict on [Oliver] O'Grady in '97, which got a whole bunch of press. And [Ryan] DiMaria, my client, a victim who won a huge settlement, $5.2 million, in the early 2000s. And then, of course, Boston, in 2001 and 2002. That spawned Los Angeles, and there was also a tremendous amount of press about Cardinal Roger Mahony.
The Catholic Church Doesn’t Deserve Your Forgiveness
Pope removes Brazil bishop accused of stealing church funds
Abuse scandal hits diocese of cardinal set to meet with pope
Germany's Catholic Church 'dismayed and ashamed' by child sex abuse
This antigay lawmaker with a gay brother says investigating Catholic church for sex abuse is “bigotry”
Gay operator of tiger zoo arrested on murder-for-hire charges
The former operator of a tiger zoo has been arrested and charged in an alleged plot to murder a long-time animal rights activist. Joseph Maldonado-Passage, 55, has for many years run the Wynnewood Zoo in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
His alleged intended victim is Carole Baskin, 57, who runs an animal sanctuary in Tampa, Florida.
Maldonado-Passage is a minor internet celebrity thanks to his online videos. He promotes himself under the moniker ‘Joe Exotic’. In 2016, he launched an independent bid to be President.
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Biologist, son in intensive care after giraffe attack