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Rose McGowan lashes 'Hollywood fakery' amid all-black Golden Globes

Rose McGowan lashes 'Hollywood fakery' amid all-black Golden Globes

The sleazy Hollywood mogul, 65 , was hit by a wave of sex allegations, which he denied, and he ended up being fired from his film firm The Weinstein Company and separating from his wife Georgina Chapman as the scandal raged. In December, she singled out Meryl Streep for her decision to fight sexual harassment after she once thanked Harvey Weinstein as a "God" in a 2012 Golden Globes acceptance speech.


Supreme Court Lets Mississippi Anti-LGBT Law Stand

Supreme Court Lets Mississippi Anti-LGBT Law Stand

Bryant , the other filed by legal groups in Campaign for Southern Equality v. Bryant - as well as a series of other petitions pending before the Supreme Court. In 2016, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a religious liberty law into effect that protected three principles: that marriage is between a man and a woman only, that sex should only occur in a heterosexual marriage, and that a person's gender is determined at birth and can not be changed.


China: Body found, tanker still on fire after sea collision

China: Body found, tanker still on fire after sea collision

Rescuers from three countries - China , South Korea and the U.S. - are trying to find the missing crew, made up of 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis. "At present, the only thing to be done is make the best effort to not allow the oil to spread to other places". The vessel was still ablaze on Monday morning (local time).


Suspect apprehended in killing of Washington state deputy

Suspect apprehended in killing of Washington state deputy

A deputy sheriff in Washington state was fatally shot on Sunday night while chasing two suspected burglars, one of whom was found dead at the scene, police and local media said. Pierce County Sheriff's Department set up tipline for any information about the fatal shooting of Deputy McCartney. McCartney was a husband and has three sons.


Second emergency landing in three days for U.S. helicopters in Japan

Second emergency landing in three days for U.S. helicopters in Japan

None of the four crew members was injured. Japan's public broadcaster NHK said that according to defense ministry officials, the us side explained to local police investigating the accident Monday that the emergency landing was a result of an instrument in the cockpit indicating there was a fault with the aircraft.


Judge dismisses charges against Cliven Bundy, 2 sons

Judge dismisses charges against Cliven Bundy, 2 sons

Federal prosecutors had asked the judge to grant a new trial in the case, maintaining the defense miscues were unintentional and did not impact the case against the Bundys and their fellow defendants. The four-day standoff happened in April 2014 near government-owned land outside Bunkerville, 80 miles (130km) north of Las Vegas. The defense also should have been given records of government threat assessments that concluded the Bundys would probably protest but not become violent if agents ...