Author Archive for: ‘Jasmine Allen’

Garrick Utley: Former NBC TV Correspondent Dies at 74

One of the most legendary broadcast news correspondents has passed away from prostate cancer. Garrick Utley was 74-years-old when he died in his New York home Thursday night.  He’s been battling the illness for two years. In a very extensive interview, Utley’s wife Gertje, 40, described to CNN News some of his most memorable moments as a traditional journalist. “He …

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Mariska Hargitay: From On-Camera to Behind-the-Scenes on ‘Law & Order: SVU’

One on-camera detective is now pursuing other fulfilling roles. Mariska Hargitay, 50, recently took a shot at directing one of the upcoming episodes for NBC’s TV drama, Law & Order: SVU. Hargitay revealed to E! News how passionate she is about directing. “It’s a long time coming; I’ve wanted to do it for a while. There are a lot of …

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Sara Ylen Fakes Cervical Cancer, Sentenced to One Year for Fraud

On Wednesday, a 38-year-old Michigan woman was sentenced to one year in prison for money fraud against a healthcare insurance company and generous local supporters. Sara Ylen of Lexington, Mich., accepted thousands of dollars in donations for years by publicizing false claims of cervical cancer. According to NY Daily News, her story first reached local media coverage in 2003 when …

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‘Son of God’: Jesus Remains, Satan is Cut

The New Testament story of Jesus Christ will once again hit the big screens on February 28th. This time it has taken a different approach to Mel Gibson’s 2004 film The Passion of the Christ, which focused more on the final moments of Jesus in Jerusalem up until his torture and crucifixion. The movie Son of God, however, will go …

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Nun Sentenced to 35 Months in Prison for Anti-Nuclear Protest

A Federal District Judge sentenced an 84-year-old Roman Catholic nun to 35 months in prison Tuesday for breaking into a nuclear facility on July 28, 2012. Sister Megan Rice was found guilty of damaging more than $1,000 worth of U.S. government property at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Protesters Greg Boertje-Obed, 57, and 63-year-old Michael Walli …

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Kate Middleton Supposedly Pregnant with Second Child

Well, it looks like Her Royal Majesty will soon welcome yet another great-grandchild into Buckingham Palace, or so sources say. Kate Middleton and Prince William are reportedly to be pregnant with baby number two. According to the Inqiuistr, Star Magazine reported in December that Middleton was already three months long. The headline on the front cover of the magazine’s January …

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Telluride Plane Crash: Three Arizona Pilots Killed in Colorado

A plane crash Sunday 16 in Telluride, Colo., killed a flying trio near the town’s Regional Airport. The identities of the victims were finally released Monday following a series of autopsies done by the local coroner’s office. Eric Durban, 48, of Mesa, Ariz., died in the crash. Two additional passengers, 64-year-old Sherman Anderson and Sherry Anderson, 57, of Phoenix, Ariz., …

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Craigslist Killer Admits to Slaying 22 Others

A craigslist killer charged in the November murder of a man has confessed to slaying 22 other victims within the past six years. Miranda Barbour, 19, and her newlywed husband are facing criminal homicide charges in the death of 42-year-old Troy LaFerrara. After connecting with the victim via a Craigslist post, Barbour lured LaFerrara to a mall parking lot and …

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Irish Nanny Charged in Baby Death Requests Bail

New evidence in favor of an Irish nanny accused of murder may be a turning point in the case of a deceased Cambridge, Mass., baby girl. Aisling Brady McCarthy, 35, is facing charges in the death of 1-year-old Rehma Sabir, who allegedly succumbed to head injuries at the time of her supervision. McCarthy’s attorneys presented new substantial medical evidence on …

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Pennsylvania Turnpike Crash: Two Pileups Injure 30 People

Two pileups occurred during Friday’s rush hour on the Pennsylvania Turnpike right outside of Philadelphia. The icy road-blockage, which affected commuters traveling eastbound near the Route 1 exit, was reported around 8:30 a.m. The traffic jam was nearly five miles long. At least 100 cars were involved, one at a count of 30 vehicles and the other at 75. However, …

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Cameron Diaz Pranked by The Mask Impersonator on The Ellen Show

Thursday Feb. 13 marked the 20th anniversary of the 1994 superhero action film The Mask. What better way to celebrate the movie than to play a prank on one of its starring actors? Yesterday on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Cameron Diaz made a guest appearance to promote The Body Book, one of her first holistic projects encouraging women to embrace their natural …

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Winter Storm PAX Knocks Out Power Lines in Georgia, Heads for Northeast

A winter storm that The Weather Channel has now named PAX is currently hitting a number of states located in the Southeast. Rain and sleet came down hard in Georgia Wednesday, resulting in cities being forced to go without power–but hopefully for not too long. Previously, the Atlanta area endured one of the worst cases of this year’s snowstorms, which left …

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