Author Archive for: ‘Shaylin Clark’

San Francisco Shooting Leaves 2 Dead

A shooting in San Francisco on Friday left two women dead and one man critically injured. The shooting occurred in one of the jewelry shops in San Francisco’s expansive Giftcenter & Jewelrymart. Police said that the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Barry White of nearby Antioch, California, walked into the store and began firing a revolver. When officers arrived they entered …

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MLB Suspension Rumors: Braun, A-Rod In Deep Trouble

Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers and Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees are facing major suspensions from the MLB over the use of performance enhancing drugs. The two players – along with 18 others – could be slapped with suspensions of 100 games, nearly two thirds of a season. The players are in trouble with the MLB over …

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Edward Snowden’s Asylum Search May End In Venezuela

The question of just where NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is going to wind up may be a bit closer to getting an answer. Those in contact with Snowden have suggested that Venezuela stands a good chance of being where he ends up. Venezuela, Bolivia, and Nicaragua have all offered Snowden asylum, though he reportedly applied in over 20 countries. Guardian …

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Despicable Me 2 Blows Lone Ranger Away

Despicable Me 2 opened on Wednesday and promptly shot straight to the top of the box office. The Dreamworks sequel brought in $34.4 million on opening day, and a total of $142 million for the whole weekend, claiming the coveted July 4th weekend crown with ease. Meanwhile, the other major film to open during the July 4th weekend – Disney’s …

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Coptic Priest Murdered In Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

The ongoing unrest in Egypt has apparently spilled over into sectarian violence. A Coptic Christian priest was gunned down yesterday. The priest, Mina Aboud Sharweem, was shot while walking near his church in el-Arish, 214 miles northeast of Cairo. The attack came just days after the Egyptian military staged a coup that removed president Mohammed Morsi. Morsi, a member of …

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Vatican Scandal Prompts Resignations

Late last week we brought you news that a Vatican official had been arrested for allegedly participating in a scheme to smuggle millions of euros into Italy from Switzerland. The arrest, which was part of a lengthy investigation, came just days after the Vatican announced that Pope Francis had ordered an investigation into irregularities at the Vatican bank (officially known …

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“The Bible” Sequel Coming To NBC

The Bible is getting a sequel. No, not that Bible, the other one. The mini-series, not the book. NBC announced today that they were partnering with Mark Burnett and his wife Roma Downey to produce a sequel to the extremely popular History Channel mini-series The Bible, which aired this past spring. The new mini-series has a working title of A.D.: …

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Odin Lloyd Murder: New Details Emerge

New details have emerged recently in the murder of Odin Lloyd. Aaron Hernandez, formerly of the New England Patriots, was arrested and charged with Lloyd’s murder yesterday afternoon. During Hernandez’s arraignment today in Boston, a text conversation between Lloyd and his sister, Olivia Thibou, was presented: Lloyd (3:07 AM): “Did you see who I am with?” Lloyd (3:11 AM): “Hello?” …

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Walmart Drops Paula Deen: Embattled Chef Loses Another Brand

Embattled TV chef Paula Deen has lost yet another corporate deal in the wake of revelations regarding her use of racial slurs. The retail giant announced today that it would not be ordering any more of Deen’s branded merchandise beyond orders that have already been placed. Once the merchandise that Walmart has already committed to is sold, they will not …

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Rioting In Western China Leaves 27 Dead

Rioting in western China’s Xinjiang province has left at least 27 dead at the hands of “knife-wielding mobs” according to Chinese authorities. The province, which is home to a significant Uyghur minority, and is among the poorest provinces in the country, has been seen numerous outbreaks of violence over the years, but this is the worst rioting since 2009. The …

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Pacifica Shark Attacks Fisherman In Kayak

A great white shark attacked a fisherman off the coast of California Tuesday afternoon. Micah Flanaburg was fishing in a kayak with his father-in-law at Pacifica State Beach near Linda Mar when the shark attacked his boat. According to Flanaburg’s father-in-law, Ross Webber, the attack took place only about 200 yards from shore. Flanaburg told San Francisco’s KPIX that the …

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Daft Punk Excited About Abrams-helmed Star Wars Film

French electronic duo Daft Punk recently sat down with Los Angeles radio station KROQ for a rare interview. During the interview the pair talked about a wide variety of topics, but spent a lot of time discussing their optimism for the forthcoming Star Wars: Episode VII, which will be directed by J.J. Abrams. Abrams, who has most recently been involved …

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