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Brittney Griner pleads guilty to drug charges in Russia

WNBA star Brittney Griner has pleaded guilty to drug charges and now faces up to 10 years in a Russian prison. At Griner's hearing on Thursday, the 6-foot-9 center was led into the courtroom handcuffed and dressed in a red t-shirt with red pants. She was also seen clutching a water bottle as well as a printed photo of her wife, Cherelle Griner (pictured right). 'I'd like to plead guilty, your honor. But there was no intent. I didn't want to break the law,' Griner said, speaking English which was then translated into Russian for the court, according to a Reuters journalist in the courtroom. 'I'd like to give my testimony later. I need time to prepare,' she added. Griner was arrested in February after she was allegedly caught carrying two vape cartridges with cannabis oil in them at a Moscow airport. She has been held in custody since then. She went on trial on July 1, four and a half months after her arrest on charges of possessing cannabis oil. The All-Star female basketball player traveled to Russia because she was set to play for a Euro league team, representing Russia. 

Highland Park shooter posted pics of his 'teen sex doll' hanging and spouted racist posts

Robert 'Bobby' Crimo, 21, who shot up a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, frequently posted racist and anti-Semitic remarks online, as he documented his relationship with a sex doll. Crimo used the moniker Awake 47 on the online forum Documenting Reality, where he would often share footage of shootings and other instances of real-life violence. He also used the site to document his relationship with a teenage sex doll he named Sophie, posting a photo in July 2020 of the doll hanging from his closet in a mock suicide. And in the days leading up to the shooting, Crimo seemed to suggest that Jews are 'fire-retardant' and said Asians should be gassed.

Willis has accused Trump and his allies of 'a multi-state, coordinated plan... to influence the results of the November 2020 election in Georgia and elsewhere' in a Tuesday court filing.

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New research led by Louisiana State University suggests that if there ever were to be a nuclear war between Russia and the US, it would likely trigger a 'Little Ice Age' lasting thousands of years.

One wannabe British customer, Barry Finch, told The Telegraph he had attempted to buy a Rolex watch - but was told he needed to spend $130,000 with the brand first.

Passenger traveling on an American Airlines flight from Buenos Aires to Miami allegedly stole more than $10,000 in cash and two credit cards. Diego Sebastian Radio was arrested upon landing.

Fury at woke Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg for prosecuting hardworking bodega employee, 62, who stabbed career criminal to death in self defense: GoFundMe REMOVES the man's $20k legal fund as he languishes in Riker's on $250,000 bond

There is mounting anger over woke Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's decision to charge a 62-year-old bodega employee with murder for killing a career criminal in self-defense after the thug attacked him in his store. Jose Alba is in Rikers Island this morning awaiting his first court appearance on charges of murder. His bail has been set at $250,000 - an exorbitant amount compared with the low-or-no cash bail that is routinely given to repeat offenders by Bragg's soft-touch office. On Friday night, Alba stabbed Austin Simon to death after Simon attacked him in the Bluemoon Convenient Store in Harlem. Alba, who is beloved in the local community, has worked there for decades and has no criminal record. His family launched a GoFundMe page to help pay his legal expenses - but the page was removed on Wednesday night after raising $20,000. GoFundMe is yet to explain the decision. Over the weekend, Alba was arraigned on a second degree murder charge and Bragg's office asked the judge to set Alba's bail at $500,000 - which the judge deemed too high. Alba has not yet been indicted; his case is going before a grand jury on Saturday. 

Kellyanne Conway says Trump should drop son-in-law Jared if he runs for president in 2024

Kellyanne Conway said former President Donald Trump should drop his son-in-law Jared Kushner if he runs for president again in 2024. In an interview published Wednesday with The Washington Times , Conway said Kushner was trying to 'wash his hands' of responsibility for the 2020 election loss, while earning billions through his ties to the ex-president.

The Biden administration has approved a Trump-era project finishing a section of the southern border wall in the western-most point of the U.S. along the border with Mexico in California.

The Duke of Sussex is taking legal action against the Home Office after being told he would no longer be given the 'same degree' of personal security in the UK.

Indianapolis man admits to killing postal worker after he was upset he wasn't receiving

The suspect identified as Tony Cushingberry-Mays was charged with second-degree murder, assaulting a federal employee, and discharging a firearm in the death of postal worker, Angela Summers, 45, according to the United States District Court of Southern Indiana. Summers, a mother of a young son, and beloved postal worker at the USPS Linwood Indianapolis Post Office, died at hospital. According to federal law, killing an off-duty federal employee can be punishable by death or a life sentence, the Daily Beast reported. Two weeks before the tragedy took place, Cushingberry-Mays mail delivery was halted due to numerous complaints Summers reported about 'several issues,' with the dog. The post office put a suspension in place after three warning letters were issued to the suspect's home informing him to contain the dogs. Fourteen days before the April 27, 2020 incident, a final letter was issued informing the suspect that his mail was blocked and they only way he would be able to retrieve it is to travel to the post office

You won't believe your fries! Moment three drunk women trash Manhattan restaurant after being asked to pay $1.75 for extra sauce

Pearl Ozoria, 27, of Manhattan, Chitara Plasencia, 25, and Tatiyanna Johnson, 23, both of Brooklyn, got in a fiery rage with Bel Fries employees on Saturday night. The women were told by the two employees that it would be an $1.75 for extra sauce. They began attacking the two employees - who suffered head lacerations - and threw a metal stool, metal sauce pumps, trash, and ketchup bottles at them. Bel Fries suffered from $250 worth of damage and has been closed since Saturday. The three women were arrested by police and Ozoria reported hit an officer in the face. They were charged on multiple counts, including robbery and criminal mischief.

The only clinic performing abortions in Mississippi, the state at the heart of the US Supreme Court's historic decision on women's reproductive rights, closed its doors on Wednesday.

Victoria's Secret CEO Les Wexner's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein seen in new

The first trailer for Hulu's new documentary Victoria's Secret: Angeles And Demons dropped on Thursday. The preview gives a glimpse into the rise and fall of the iconic lingerie brand, which for years attracted top models and celebrity talent before completely reshaping itself in recent years. The clip delves into the sordid arrangements behind the scenes involving controversial CEO Les Wexner and the convicted sex offender and billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, who died by suicide in jail in 2019.

The sister of Paul Whelan, who is imprisoned in Russia for espionage, said she was 'crushed' by the fact that President Biden has not called her family after he rang the wife of WNBA star Britney Griner.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergei Ryabkov, top right, said President Biden's correspondence with women's basketball star Brittney Griner, left, made her release less likely.

William Friend death: One Tree Hill star Bevin Prince's husband is struck by lightning

One Tree Hill star Bevin Prince's husband tragically died over the weekend after being struck by lightning near their home in Wilmington, North Carolina. According to WECT News, 33-year-old William Friend (pictured top with his wife) was on a boat with friends near Masonboro Island on Sunday, July 3, when he was struck. Emergency responders attempted to revive Friend, but he was later pronounced dead in the ambulance, the outlet reports. Pictured right: Bevin Prince. Bottom inset: A map showing the location of Masonboro Island where the incident occurred.

Naked Hunter Biden filmed himself smoking 'crack', drinking hard seltzer, and fondling himself while floating inside sensory deprivation tank - one month after convincing dad Joe to wire him $20,000 for his detox program 

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Footage Hunter Biden took of himself smoking, drinking and touching his genitals in a float tank at a Massachusetts wellness center in 2019 was stored on his laptop. The filming took place inside a sensory deprivation tank - during a detox program funded by his dad Joe. The president's son, 52, is bathed in trippy green light as he floats naked on his back and plays with himself in the shocking cell phone video. He leaves briefly to grab a can of White Claw hard seltzer and what appears to be a crack pipe before taking several hits and staring wild-eyed into the camera as ambient music plays softly in the background. Text messages seen by DailyMail.com confirm the seven-minute clip was recorded at Blue Water Wellness in Newburyport, Mass., where Hunter booked a float therapy session on January 30, 2019. Just one month earlier Hunter had texted his dad Joe complaining that he didn't have enough money for the treatment program on top of bills and alimony.

Hunter Biden on Wednesday visited the Georges Berges Galley in Manhattan - the site of his controversial fall exhibition - with his daughter Maisy, 21, wife Melissa and their two-year-old son Beau.

The singer, 54, said she does not believe transgender women should be allowed to compete against biological women in sports in a no-hold-barred interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored.

Musk says he is 'doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis'

On Thursday, the Tesla CEO suggested that his company should invest in smart minivans for people and cargo, a vehicle usually associated with big families. 'Maybe Tesla should make a highly configurable Robovan for people & cargo,' Musk tweeted. He also tweeting on Thursday morning: 'Doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis. A collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces by far. I hope you have big families and congrats to those who already do,' he added in a follow up tweet. The news of the twins broke after Musk, 51, and Shivon Zilis, 36, a top executive at his AI company, had filed a petition in April to change the twins' names in order to 'have their father's last name and contain their mother's last name as part of their middle name,' Insider reported. In those forms, both Musk and Zilis listed the $4.3 million Austin home she purchased last August as their residence, which is located about five hours away from Musk's primary residence in Boca Chica, near his SpaceX's launch facility.

Chen Li, 33, whose name has been changed, was told by doctors he was born with female sex chromosomes as well as ovaries and a uterus, despite having male genital organs.

Boris Johnson latest: Carrie Johnson appears outside Number 10 with baby Romy

Carrie Johnson, 34, appeared outside 10 Downing Street today carrying her seven-month-old baby daughter, Romy, as she watched her husband announce his resignation. Mrs Johnson, who entered No. 10 as Boris's girlfriend but leaves as his wife and the mother of two of his children, smiled encouragingly as the Prime Minister announced he was stepping down following a slew of high-profile resignations. During his speech, Boris acknowledged the sacrifices made by his wife and family, saying: 'I want to thank Carrie and my children and all my family, who have put up with so much for so long.' 

Mystery over Novak Djokovic's bizarre habit with drink bottle is solved: Star INHALES what is believed to be isotonic powder at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic's bizarre habit of seemingly inhaling contents from a drinks bottle in his Wimbledon quarter-final match has created quite a stir among tennis fans.  The men's top seed, who plays British hope Cameron Norrie for a spot in the final, has been the subject of debate on social media after he was seen appearing to inhale from a drinks bottle during a change of ends. The Serb appeared to look towards his support crew sitting courtside during his last-16 win over Tim van Rijthoven before seemingly breathing in the contents rather than drinking them. 

Viral footage prompts food safety concerns online after 'Chicecream' popsicle refuses to melt even when put under flames. Serious questions are now being asked over the ingredients in these snacks.

Father of Highland Park shooter says he is 'not worried' about culpability

Robert Crimo Jr. told ABC 7 Chicago that all he did was fill out a basic consent form allowing his son, Robert Crimo III, 21, to go through the Illinois State Police process of receiving FOID card. 'They do background checks. Whatever that entrails, I'm not exactly sure,' Crimo said, 'And either you're approved or denied, and he was approved.' The comments came as a photo of the second gun Crimo carried on the day of the shooting was revealed. He allegedly considered using it in a second attack on another parade but changed his mind at the last minute.

The suspect was identified as Julio Alvarado, 52. Rolman Alberto Balcarcel, 38, was arrested on Tuesday. They were charged with with being non-U.S. citizens in possession of a firearm.

NYC's East and Hudson Rivers are now home to dolphin pods because waters are now cleaner than at any point since the Civil War

Dolphin sightings in New York City's rivers have increased as the waterways are now cleaner than at any point since the Civil War. Efforts to reduce pollution of the rivers has been a priority for state environmentalists for decades. As the mammal's food supply makes a comeback to the local rivers, spectators can expect to see more pods in the warmer months.

Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale throws wild tantrum after poor rehab start in the minors and rips a whiteboard off the clubhouse wall

Rehabbing Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale was seen furiously destroying a minor league clubhouse following a poor pitching performance, or as he euphemistically described it Wednesday: 'A little bit of a hiccup.' The seven-time MLB All-Star's violent tantrum was caught in a video recorded by a realtor from Worcester, Massachusetts, where Sale pitched for Boston's Triple-A affiliate as he continues to rehab the rib injury he suffered during spring training. Sale struck out five Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders before getting pulled when he walked in a run with two outs in the fourth inning - his fifth walk of the night - then said he was ready to reclaim his spot in the Boston rotation. 'I'm very ready,' Sale said. 'I know today was a little bit of a hiccup, but there's nothing that can't be ironed out.' Sale's post-game comments came before video of his clubhouse outburst surfaced, showing the lanky 6-foot-6 southpaw taking a bat into the tunnel, smashing a wall before kicking a whiteboard and ultimately ripping it down to the ground. The 33-year-old soon returned to the dugout as if nothing had happened.

'I can't let none of these folks die': Hero teen, 16, dives into alligator-infested Mississippi river to rescue three girls AND cop from drowning after car sank 

Corion Evans, 16, is being hailed as a hero after he jumped into the Pascagoula River at around 2.30am on Sunday to rescue three girls and a police officer from drowning. The girls had apparently driven off Interstate-10 straight into the water after trying to follow the directions on their GPS. As they reached about 20ft from the shore, their car began to sink, at which point Evans and his friends Karon "KJ" and Caleb Bradley jumped into the alligator-infested water. Evans was then able to swim the girls to safety before turning around to save Moss Point Police Officer Gray Mercer, who also entered the river to assist the girls.

'You're f**king ugly, by the way': Moment Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy is heckled by angry woman who calls him a 'rape apologist' as he grabs a pizza

Dave Portnoy, 45, was heckled by a fan at 1943 Pizza in Brooklyn's Greenpoint neighborhood.. The multimillionaire was there to film one of his infamous pizza reviews, where he claimed the pizza wasn't worth the two hours and two ferries rides to get to. As he was leaving, a young woman popped her head over the fence and began yelling at Portnoy, calling him 'f**king ugly' and a 'f**king jerk.' She said: 'I hope your f**king Barstool Sports bulls**t dies and rots in the ground just like you, honey.' She also told him she had 'seen the s**t that you write' and said he was 'f**king soulless.' Portnoy is being sued by an ex-lover for harming her while they engaged in violent sex, which both said was consensual. She claimed he had broken her rib and filmed her with her permission. He has countered with a defamation lawsuit.

World's first FLOATING CITY: Maldives announces plan for 5000-house town tethered to

The remote Indian Ocean archipelago of the Maldives is building the world's first floating city, modelled on the human brain-like appearance of a coral reef. Located almost 500 miles from India, the nearest continental land mass, the world's lowest-lying nation hopes to have come up with a sustainable solution to the stark reality of rising sea levels. With a little help from the sea-level-fighting Dutch, the Maldives Floating City has received the green light for 5,000 colourful housing units to be constructed, linked together and tethered to the floor of a 500-acre lagoon. Visitors to the new floating city will need to take a ten minute boat ride from the capital of Malé and the international airport, where they will find hotels, houses, shops and restaurants. There will be no cars, but people will get around via the white-sand roads on foot, bicycles or electric buggies and scooters, or they'll hop onto boats and cruise the canals.

Texan bodybuilder grandma feels sexier at 70 than in her 20s

Businesswoman Renee Landers, 70, from Houston, Texas, started bodybuilding in a bid to regain her fitness after surgery to fuse some vertebrae in her lower back in 2010. In May 2021 she donned a skimpy bikini, covered her body in dark spray tan and entered her first bodybuilding competition, scooping sixth place (centre). Now she loves wearing bikinis (right) and said she feels fitter and healthier than she did when she was in her 20s (left).

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Bali nightmare as Brisbane bikini model Geena Coulson and friend robbed THREE times

Geena Coulson, 26, (pictured) from Brisbane, was on a nine-day dream trip to Bali when thieves drained her bank account and ripped her phone from her hands. She was left penniless and distraught - but locals told her she'd need to bribe the police to investigate...or pay off the thieves to return her expensive new iPhone. 'I thought I was going to a luxury island holiday, not a third world country,' she told Daily Mail Australia. 'It was a nightmare. I felt unsafe the whole time.'

A Queensland mum explained how she protects her splashback from food splatter with one simple hack, prompting others to share their tips for keeping the kitchen clean while cooking.

Incredible moment Kentucky cop SAVES seven-day-old baby girl's life by giving her special CPR after her father sprinted into gas station store for help 

Louisville Police Officer Nick Greene was filmed saving the life of a week-old baby girl after she suddenly stopped breathing on Friday. Police worn body camera showed him running outside the Shorty's convenience store to a red truck where a woman was slouched over her baby. As his partner, Noah Cole, called for help, Greene could be seen performing CPR on the seven day old infant. After a few tries, the baby, named Emma, could be seen crying and moving her arms as she once again breathed.

Rachael Attard, the Gold Coast-based founder of the Lean Legs Program, prides herself in helping clients lose extra body fat; to do this she teaches the 'fat burning zone'.

Vyacheslav Volodin, speaker of Russia's lapdog parliament, said the US should think twice before using seized money to rebuild Ukraine, saying: 'We also have something to get back.'

Dramatic moment a second climber is airlifted off Mount Hood in Oregon after losing grip on his ice ax and falling up to 700ft

The man, identified as a 43-year-old from the Portland suburb of Happy Valley, reportedly lost his grip on his ice axe while climbing a ridge near the mountain's 11,000 foot summit, by a location known as Old Chute. Witnesses who saw the terrifying plunge said he fell as much as 700 feet, and landed near the Hot Rocks fumarole - a volcanic vent that hot gases are released from - according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Elon Musk's SpaceX hit a new record on Thursday it has officially re-flown its Falcon 9 rocket 100 times. Falcon 9 B1058-13 took off Thursday at 9:15am and landed back on Earth about eight minutes later.

Paris Fashion Week: Margaret Zhang seen outside the Balenciaga show

Australian fashion journalist Margaret Zhang turned heads outside the Balenciaga show during Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday. The 29-year-old, who is the editor-in-chief of Vogue China, stood out from the crowd thanks to her bright blue hair, which contrasted with her neutral-coloured outfit. She teamed high-waisted beige pants with a matching jacket and brown ankle boots, which she accessorised with a black Chanel bag with gold detailing.

Philip Forsythe, 62, was arrested on the holiday island of Crete last month after Greek detectives investigating a rape claim by his daughter Tammi sensationally accused him of the crime.

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Georgia Guidestones dubbed 'America's Stonehenge' which are believed to be 'satanic tablets' by far-right conspiracy theorists are blown up in mystery attack

The explosion took place near Elberton at 4:30 a.m. on Wednesday and was caused by 'unknown individuals,' according to The Georgia Bureau of Investigation. One of four pillars was badly damaged and was shown in rubble on the ground. The monument, nicknamed 'America's Stonehenge' included a 10-part message written in several different languages (English, Spanish, Hindi, Swahili, Russian and ,Chinese) and ancient tongues including Ancient Greek, Sanskrit, Babylonian and Ancient Egpytian calling for keeping world population at 500 million people or below, while other parts promoted eugenecist ideologies.

George Clooney's infamous nipple-enhanced Batman suit from the Batman & Robin (1997) film will be up for auction, with starting bid of $40,000 in July 22.

Expecting mothers who are exposed to dangerous chemicals before birth could be leaving their children vulnerable to liver disease, a new study finds.

No fooling us! Fussy penguins refuse their fish at Japanese aquarium after it switched to cheaper variety 

Talk about a cost of living crisis! Footage from an aquarium in Japan shows picky penguins turning their beaks away from a cheaper type of mackerel after the rising price of fish takes their favorite snack off the menu. Hakone-en aquarium, in southern Japan, say they made the unpopular decision to switch a less-expensive variety after prices of the penguin's snack of choice jumped by a third in May.

   

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British father falsely arrested for raping his own DAUGHTER by Greek cops is reunited with

EXCLUSIVE: Philip Forsythe, 62, was arrested on the island of Crete after Greek detectives investigating a rape claim by his daughter Tammi sensationally accused him of the crime (left, right: the father and daughter reunited after release). Tammi bravely waived her right to anonymity to MailOnline as she protested his innocence and highlighted police failings in the case. Mr Forsythe, 62, spent almost a month in custody but was released from a prison in Tripoli, on the Greek mainland on Wednesday night after DNA samples taken from him proved he was not the attacker (inset: Forsythe and Tammi on night out). Following a tearful reunion with Tammi, Mr Forsythe exclusively told MailOnline: 'The first thing I said to her was: "I love you. I'm sorry for what's happened, and I'll never let anybody hurt you like this again".' He said he then celebrated by devouring a kebab and knocking back a bottle of beer.

Tricia the Asian elephant, dies age 65 after arriving in Australia from Vietnam in 1963 and becoming one of Perth Zoo's most popular attractions. She was remembered for her cheeky and loving nature.

Rio de Janeiro man pretends to be arrested to ask his girlfriend to marry him: 'I wanted to do something different

This man was willing to go to any length, including breaking the law, sort of, when it came to proposing to his girlfriend on a Brazilian street. With the assistance of two Rio de Janeiro police officers, Marcos Veloso shocked Shirley Mclaynee with the news that the couple had bought a car that had been reported stolen. Video footage of the engagement was recorded by their friend and showed one of the cops questioning Veloso over the car's origin.

   

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