Category: Crime

Tom Hanks Gives Touching Tribute to ‘That Thing You Do’ Theme Song Writer Adam Schlesinger

Heartfelt tributes are pouring in from fans and fellow artists after singer-songwriter Adam Schlesinger, a co-founder of the band Fountains of Wayne, lost his battle with the coronavirus.  Schlesinger, 52, was perhaps best known for co-writing the pop hit “Stacy’s Mom,” but he was also a prolific songwriter for both television and the silver screen, including the theme song […]

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How to Make Money From Home Amid Coronavirus

It’s expected that 47 million Americans could be out of work by June in the wake of the novel coronavirus. For many, money is tight, which is why people are looking for alternative ways to sustain themselves after losing income as a result of business shutdowns. Inside Edition talked to “Shark Tank” judge Kevin O’Leary about the […]

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OJ Simpson Reviews ‘Tiger King,’ Says He Believes Carol Baskin’s Husband Was Fed to Tigers

O.J. Simpson is tweeting about what he’s up to during the coronavirus lockdown, and like thousands of others, it involves watching Netflix’s hit docuseries “Tiger King.”  In a video posted Wednesday afternoon, Simpson also weighed in on one of the show’s central questions, saying he believes Big Cat Rescue owner Carole Baskin’s former husband was eaten by tigers. “There’s not a […]

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Her Gloves Fit: O.J. Simpson Believes Tiger King Star Killed Her Husband

Photo: Jason Bean / POOL / AFP (Getty Images) With everything from polygamy to forced boob jobs and black-and-white-music videos, it’s no surprise that the internet can’t get enough of Netflix’s newest series, Tiger King. One of the show’s newest viewers is O.J. Simpson, who took to his Twitter page to discuss the surprise plot […]

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Why Instacart Shoppers Are Striking Despite Being an Essential Worker During Coronavirus Pandemic

As more and more Americans self-quarantine, grocery delivery services like Instacart have become more and more popular. While companies are quick to tout their employees as “heroes” during the coronavirus pandemic, many shoppers complain their wages and working conditions have only worsened as they continue to potentially expose themselves to disease.   That’s why some […]

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Why Instacart Shoppers Are Striking Despite Being Essential Workers During Coronavirus Pandemic

As more and more Americans self-quarantine, grocery delivery services like Instacart have become more and more popular. While companies are quick to tout their employees as “heroes” during the coronavirus pandemic, many shoppers complain their wages and working conditions have only worsened as they continue to potentially expose themselves to disease.   That’s why some […]

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New Orleans Criminalizes Man Over Public Gathering When There’s No Judicial System in Place

Source: Jub Rubjob / Getty One man is facing major consequences for a public gathering in New Orleans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Although social distancing is key to preventing the spread of the virus, the arrest and containment of the man brings to question the usefulness of criminalization during a public health […]

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How to Make Your Own Face Mask at Home

At the end of February, the U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams gave a stern warning to Americans: “Stop Buying Masks!”  A run on N95 masks in the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic has led to a shortage for health care workers who desperately need them to remain safe while caring for sick patients. Plus, it was […]

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New Yorker Creates Peer-to-Peer Wealth Distribution Website to Offset Historical Job Loss Amid Coronavirus

For the freelance and gig economies, COVID-19’s escalation in the United States was preceded by an onslaught of job cancellations. “I started seeing a lot of posts on Facebook from my friends, to the effect of, ‘My gig for next week just got canceled,’” said New Yorker Alessandra De Benedetti. “Then people were like, ‘My next two gigs […]

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New Yorker Creates Peer-to-Peer Wealth Distribution Website to Offset Historic Job Loss Amid Coronavirus

For the freelance and gig economies, COVID-19’s escalation in the United States was preceded by an onslaught of job cancellations. “I started seeing a lot of posts on Facebook from my friends, to the effect of, ‘My gig for next week just got canceled,’” said New Yorker Alessandra De Benedetti. “Then people were like, ‘My next two gigs […]

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Refugee Family Brings Groceries to Quarantined Family that Supported Their Move Years Ago

Five years ago, a Canadian family helped a family of Syrian refugees resettle in their community. Now, that migrant family is supporting them while they are quarantined by bringing them and their elderly family members bags and bags of groceries. Author Robin Stevenson, of Victoria, British Columbia, told InsideEdition.com she and her family had gone on […]

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Pervert, 54, admits he’s notorious ‘Cascade flasher’ after cops catch him half naked peeking in apartment windows

COPS have nabbed a suspected serial flasher – a pervert who was found naked from the waist down. Steven Pastoor, 54, has been accused of exposing his genitals at victims for two decades, says Kent County Sheriff’s Department in Michigan. Accused serial flasher Steven Pastoor was arrested last week, and has since been released on […]

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101-Year-Old Man Beats Coronavirus and He Survived the Influenza Pandemic, Too

A 101-year-old man who survived World War II and the Spanish Flu pandemic that swept the world has beaten the coronavirus. Identified only as “Mr. P,” the resident of Rimini, Italy, was hospitalized last week after testing positive for COVID-19, according the city’s deputy mayor Gloria Lisi.  He was released from isolation Monday and became “the story everyone […]

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