• Just this week, news broke of trouble brewing in Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk's relationship. Those rumors have now been taken a step further, with a source claiming that Irina Shayk moved out of Bradley Cooper's house in Los Angeles. Neither party has commented on the state of their relationship, but fans of the actor […]

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  • The hotel where a Delaware woman claims she was beaten released a statement about the attack and ensuing investigation.

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  • Last week, we took a deep dive into the mega-mansion of Rose Hanbury. If you're not familiar with Hanbury, she is the alleged mistress of Prince William. Supposedly, Prince William and Hanbury had an affair while Kate Middleton was pregnant with Prince Louis but the rumors have been vehemently denied by the Royal Family. You […]

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  • While giving a speech at Heritage High School, Charles Chandler went off script and made some controversial comments against the administration.

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  • A California man has been freed from prison after serving 23 years for a nonviolent crime, including eight years in solitary confinement for possessing a banned book.The man, Kenneth Oliver, was first given a life sentence under California’s “three strikes” sentencing law for repeat felony offenders - with his third infraction being joyriding.Oliver’s release comes seven years after voters in the state voted to reform the three strike rule, making the punishment only available if the third strike was a serious or violent felony. Oliver, 52, was ineligible for a new sentence then, however, because he had been caught with a book written by the co-founder of a gang who died in a bloody escape attempt from San Quentin State Prison in 1971.His release on Monday followed after Los Angeles County prosecutors dropped their objections, citing their “interest of justice”, and after the state corrections department expunged his gang-affiliation record. He was paid a $125,000 settlement for the time he spent in solitary confinement.“It's almost impossible to believe that what happened to Ken happened here in California. You know, people think of this as an enlightened state and both the sentence and the time in [solitary confinement] don't square with that,” Ward Johnson, lead counsel for Oliver with Mayer Brown law firm, said.Oliver’s third strike arrest occurred while he was a passenger in a stolen vehicle, leading him to plead guilty to taking a vehicle without permission. Police then found a stolen handgun in his hotel room. He had a legal history dating back to when he was 16-years-old.When voters in California decided to abolish the three strikes rule, nearly 3,000 people were released from prisons. Some 200 to 500 inmates who qualify for release remain incarcerated, however, according to estimates.The Associated Press contributed to this report

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  • A photographer who captured a seemingly overlooked moment of a woman post-birth has sparked conversation among thousands on social media. Alex Dovel, owner of Alex Michele Photography, photographed her friend Tammy Wright of Jacksonville, Florida, after Wright welcomed a baby boy May 20. The black and white picture showing Wright grasping the hospital bedrails and its powerful caption quickly racked up 170,000 shares on Facebook.

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  • Some in the party of free trade are embracing the idea of imposing tariffs on Mexico.

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