Tag: human interest

Laura Loomer Once Claimed That COVID-19 Wasn’t Worse Than Bad Fajitas. She’s Now in ‘So Much Pain’ From COVID-19

Laura Loomer Asked for COVID-19 and Now She Has It Social media was quick to send out thoughts and prayers. In fact, one thought they wanted Loomer to ruminate on was a social media post she sent in December 2020. Advertisement “I hope I get COVID so I can prove to people I’ve had hours […]

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Magic Johnson Gave His Wife Cookie the Greatest 30th Anniversary Gift of All Time—and No, That’s Not Hyperbole

Magic John Treats Wife to Private Frankie Beverly and Maze Concert for 30th Anniversary G/O Media may get a commission “Last night was amazing!!!” Cookie shared on Instagram. “When your husband says we’re going to dinner to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary, I had NO IDEA what to expect, just the two of us, with […]

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Unvaccinated YouTuber Brandon Ashur Urged Followers to Get Vaccinated Before Dying From COVID-19

Brandon Ashur was a popular Minecraft streamer and had 1.58 million followers on YouTube before concentrating on Twitch. The streamer, better known as Bashurverse or Toasty, died of COVID-19 complications this week and used his last few tweets to tell his followers how awful the disease can be. Ashur called the injections he got in his […]

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America’s Oldest WWII Veteran Celebrates 112th Birthday Bash With New Orleans Community 

Lawrence Brooks is America’s oldest living WWII vet and this week he celebrated his 112th birthday in style, with two brass bands, live performances that included singing trio the Victory Belles, and a vehicle parade. The festive drive-by birthday celebration that was organized by the National World War II Museum in New Orleans took place outside Brooks’ […]

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Mother and Daughter Reunited After Alleged Abduction 14 Years Ago

A Florida mother was reunited with her missing child after 14 years. Angelica Vences-Salgado received a message on social media from someone claiming to be her daughter on September 2, and she contacted the police, according to the Clermont Police press release.  Vences-Salgado’s daughter, Jacqueline Hernandez, had been allegedly abducted by her father, Pablo Hernandez, in […]

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Uzo Aduba Announces Her Marriage!

Uzo Aduba Announces Her Marriage! As we know, real g’s move in silence, and sometimes, really good relationships do, too. (See: Issa Rae and her longtime love turned brand new husband.) Though Aduba and Sweeting are in the same industry—he’s reportedly a director and cinematographer—she’s almost always appeared on red carpets alone, and hasn’t discussed […]

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Popular Boston University Professor Falls 20 Feet to His Death Through Gaping Hole on Staircase During a Run

A popular Boston University professor died unexpectedly after he fell 20 feet through a gap in a dilapidated staircase near a Boston train station that had reportedly been closed off for repair, according to a published report.  David Jones, 40, an associate professor in the university’s School of Public Health, was on a run and training for […]

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Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Declares Himself ‘COVID-19 Free,’ Still Unable to ‘Breathe, Walk or Function’ on His Own

Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Declares Himself COVID-19 Free Since that update, the former NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion has received a generous outpouring of love and concern for his health and well-being. And now comes the news that while the 52-year-old no longer has COVID-19, he’s still suffering greatly from complications related to the […]

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It’s a ‘Whole Lotta [Misinformation]’ in This MF’er: Nicki Minaj Spouts Anti-Vax Rhetoric Online

G/O Media may get a commission After fans and followers clocked the fact that she still hadn’t gotten the vaccine despite the barrage of readily available research from countless medical professionals advocating its safety and proven efficacy, Minaj soon hopped back online with a personal anecdote about a family friend. “My cousin in Trinidad won’t […]

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German Authorities Compensate Hundreds Convicted Under Controversial Nazi-Era Homosexuality Law

German authorities have compensated nearly 250 people who were persecuted or investigated under a controversial Nazi-era law that criminalized homosexuality, according to a published report. Nearly 68,300 people were convicted under various forms of the controversial “Paragraph 175 law,” that specifically targeted gay men, in East and West Germany, Euronews reported. The law was first […]

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After Being Beat by the Taliban for Covering Women’s Protests, 2 Afghan Journalists Show Their Bruises

Two Afghan journalists covering a women’s protest have said they were detained and beaten by the Taliban while doing their job. Tagi Daryabi, 22, and his colleague were arrested and had their hands bound behind their backs before being taken to a local police station. Upon their arrival at the Kabul station, Darayabi said the two heard […]

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Man Presumed Dead After Slipping While Trying to Jump Across Devil’s Churn in Oregon as Wife Watches in Horror

A 67-year-old California man attempting to jump across a section of the crashing and choppy waters of the Devil’s Churn on Cape Perpetua along the Oregon coast is now presumed dead after rescue efforts by bystanders and emergency responders were unsuccessful, officials said.  The victim was identified as Steve Allen of Walnut Creek, California, according to the […]

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VMAs 2021: Lil Nas X, Silk Sonic, Beyoncé Among Winners

Recap of the 2021 VMAs: Lil Nas X, Silk Sonic, Beyoncé Among Winners Lil Nas X was also the biggest winner of the red carpet, gracing us all with a fit and a mullet (?) that drew comparisons to Prince and Coming to America’s Randy Watson. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: […]

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The 20th Anniversary of 9/11: Survivors, Victims’ Loved Ones and the Next Generation Reflect on What Was Lost

Twenty years ago, the world was irrevocably changed.  On September 11, 2001, four commercial airliners were hijacked by 19 al-Qaeda terrorists. Two of the planes were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York. One hit the Pentagon in Arlington County, Virginia. The fourth and final flight crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, […]

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