Wet and severe winter-like weather is forecast for much of the United States as a Pacific storm aims for California, and a thunderous, unsettled system moves into the Midwest and mid-Atlantic.The severe weather, including flooding and high winds, could impact 108 million people late Saturday into Tuesday. A Pacific storm aiming first for the northern half of California and then moving south is picking up moisture from the tropical Pacific, making it a potent atmospheric river of precipitation also known as a "pineapple express."Seven million people were under flash flood alerts in California and Nevada, where as much as 10 inches of rain was possible, according to NBC News forecasters.
The arrest of Dairo Antonio Úsuga, widely known as Otoniel, was a victory for Colombia’s president, who has been struggling to contain persistent violence. Colombian military forces captured the leader of a major drug cartel, considered by the government to be the most wanted man in the country, President Iván Duque announced on Saturday. Mr. Úsuga, 50, had been sought by military and police officials as the leader of the Clan del Golfo, a violent Colombian drug cartel that has also been targeted by the United States for trafficking cocaine.
Taraji P. Henson recently dropped a bombshell about her past experience with abuse. the 51-year-old began. However the “Empire” star said her time to address those issues in her relationship came “when blood was drawn.” She continued, “Because it started with the bruises and grabbing, things like that. And then once the fist came — I’m missing a piece of my lip to this day — that’s when I knew I had to go.” The D.C. native later revealed that she dealt with abuse early on and made it a priority not to expose her son, Marcell Johnson, to that at the time. “And I was like, ‘I don’t want my son around this,’ ” she explained. I Still Haven’t Received an Apology’: Man, Accidentally Shot by Police Seeks Justice“They first have to acknowledge any wrongdoing. They haven’t accepted accountability for their actions in this process,” said Tari Davis, 43, who was shot by a Milwaukee police officer while in pursuit of another person on September 8, 2019.0 seconds of 3 minutes, 27 secondsVolume 0%
f there's two things we know the 2021 version of Snoop Dogg loves, it's cannabis and shrewd business moves. Coming on the heels of Snoop's announcement that he was running an NFT Influencer Twitter account, and just a couple weeks ahead of his upcomingalbum, Algorithm, Bloomberg has reported that the cannabis company Dutchie, which the hip-hop icon has invested in since 2018, just received a valuation of $3.75 billion. Dutchie, based in Bend, Oregon, was valued at $1.7 billion just seven months ago, but has continued to grow as more and more states legalize cannabis across the country.
Kevin O. Smith and 41 members of his St. James Pathways International Kingdom Restoration Ministries near Montego Bay have been arrested after two people were killed in what the church’s pastor called “a Roman Catholic sacrifice.” Jamaican police was alerted by a woman who had been physically harmed for disobeying the church, The Sun reports. Authorities say the ritual took place after approximately 50 members of the congregation had participated in two days of fasting in preparation for a “Noah’s Ark” redemption journey. They had been told by Smith, the church’s leader, to arrive dressed in all white, leaving their phones at home, wrapped in aluminum foil. Smith believed the church members were the victims of “bloodline pollution cause by witchcraft,” which was causing “sex dreams”; he intended to purify them through a bloodletting ceremony.
Bow Wow is currently on the 2021 Millennium Tour with Omarion, Yin Yang Twins, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Soulja Boy and more. But evidently it’s not going as Bow Wow expected.the former child star went on an extended Twitter tirade about what he’s allegedly experiencing on the road in the wee hours of Saturday (October 16). Too much bitching and complaining on this tour! Im bussn cats asses EVERY NIGHT! Every night they try and complain and take something away from me! I give 1000% and yall know it! ATL I HOPE YALL SHOW TOGETHER! IMA BUSS YALL ASS FOR 45 mins straight! TRY ME!”
It’s no secret that Russell Wilson will have to miss an extended period of time due to his finger injury. However, it wasn’t until this Friday when we found out the minimum amount of games he’ll miss this season.The earliest that Wilson can return is on Nov. 14 against the Green Bay Packers. That would be 38 days after he suffered the injury. Wilson’s injury is a bit complicated, as Dr. Steven Shin of Kerlan-Jobe in Los Angeles needed to use screws to stabilize the star quarterback’s finger.
‘Kiss My Black A—!’: Halle Berry Had a Fiery Response After ‘X-Men United’ Director Lashed Out During a Staged Drug Intervention. Halle Berry’s intensity on-screen as Storm in the X-Men films was just as fiery on set at least on one occasion, says a former co-star. Alan Cumming, who starred in “X2: X-Men United” alongside Berry, claims the actress had a single memorable outburst during the arduous process of filming the 2003 Box Office Hit. Cumming claims Berry and others became concerned and suspected prescription drugs may be at play when Singer would disappear from set for hours, causing delays in filming. As a last-ditch effort to help the production and Singer, the cast staged an intervention.
A Minnesota police officer has been charged with vehicular homicide and manslaughter for a July crash that resulted in the death of an innocent bystander, a man who happened to be the uncle of the teenager who recorded the infamous video of Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck. Prosecutors in Hennepin County filed criminal charges against Officer Brian Cummings for the July 6 death of Leneal Frazier on Friday. Frazier, who was 40 years old, died when his vehicle was struck by Cummings’ police car.
After Sharon Osbourne spilled former The Talk cohost Sheryl Underwood was sent to anger management after mistreating staff, sources are spilling Underwood has her guard up. The 57-year-old daytime diva reportedly is limiting those who can speak to her as to not rub anyone the wrong one. Sheryl will not allow producers to speak to her directly,” a source dished to The Sun. “When any of the producers have questions about their segments they are required to go through Sheryl's personal producer.”
Toni Braxton has lately been given off much sex appeal on her Instagram and has yet to slow down. However, her latest photo doesn’t have every fan cheering her on; in fact, some were left utterly confused. The Oct. 18 photo, which was professionally taken, showed a beautifully glowing Braxton looking away from the camera and placing her hands gracefully around her face and neck. The simple yet unique top she wore was a beaded fringe top that exposed all of her skin underneath. This is the part that left the fans confused. Under the top, her breasts are easily seen, however, she seemed to be missing the areola part of her breast.
Authorities say a woman was killed by a man she was dating at the apartment complex where they first met. According to CBS 46, the victim, attorney Courtney Cox, was shot on the 21st floor of the high-rise Atlantic House apartment building located in Atlanta. Jarvis Jarrette is believed to have killed Cox early Wednesday. Police officials said Jarrette died while exchanging gunfire with officers after they responded to the incident, though it is unclear if he shot himself or was killed by law enforcement. Fox 5 Atlanta reported that Cox’s loved ones confirmed that she had been in a relationship with the accused 32-year-old killer, Jarrette.
He continued: “She ain’t trippin’. I don’t give a fuck what you talkin’ bout, n***a… I grabbed my mama because I treat my mama like my lady, n***a. That’s my queen, n***a.”
He clarified that he doesn't take it any farther: “I don’t fuck my mama, we ain’t doin’ no crazy shit. I grab her, like I make her feel real beautiful. I remind my mama, ‘You beautiful, I’m fucked up bout you ma, I’m in love with you.’”
Robert De Niro won’t be breaking the bank as his long-standing divorce proceedings come to a close. The Hollywood A-lister can release a sigh of relief after a Manhattan appellate court sided with the actor in denying his estranged wife Grace Hightower, a Black woman, half his career and business earnings — estimated at $500 million. De Niro, 78, will however still have to pony up $1 million a year in alimony, contingent on Hightower not remarrying or until one of them passes, as well as $6 million toward a new home for Hightower. Despite Hightower’s appeal to walk away from the decades-long marriage with more money, the court ultimately decided to uphold the couple’s 2004 prenuptial agreement.
The 18-year-old is accused of targeting a disabled teacher to go along with the ‘slap yor teacher’ dare. A Louisiana high school student is facinga felony charge and a decade in prison for allegedly attacking a disabled teacher. 18-year-old Larrianna Jackson of Covington was charged with felony second-degree battery and cruelty to the infirmed. On October 6, Jackson was arrested by the Covington Police Department for felony battery of a school teacher. She will be arraigned by 22nd Judicial District Court Judge Richard A. Swartz on December 8.
After a 27 year run on Food Network, Bobby Flay is leaving the network. From hosting his first show Grillin' & Chillin', to the iconic Beat Bobby Flay, the celebrity chef has hosted several shows on the food channel and made guest appearances on shows like Chopped, Iron Chef America, and Worst Cooks In America. According to Variety, Flay is leaving the network over money. Food Network and Flay "were far apart on financial terms" during three years of contract negotiations. After an impasse, the network reportedly ended talks. And while his time at Food Network is over, the nearly three decades he spent there allowed him to make his mark. In addition to his shows and guest appearances, he was the first chef to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2015. He is the author of multiple cookbooks and owns five different restaurants, including Bobby's Burger Palace
A man accused using a knife and baseball bat to murder three of his co-workers in a bloody rampage earlier this month has been indicted for murder. A grand jury in Polk County, Florida on Thursday returned an indictment against Shaun Paul Runyon for three counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder, according to a report from Tampa NBC affiliate WFLA-TV. The indictment specifically accuses Runyon of killing three people “unlawfully from a premeditated design,” per WFLA.
Kodak Black made headlines recently after it was reported the Florida rapper violated his probation by failing a drug test. The drug test is a part of the terms of his probation for his federal gun case, and as a result of failing, the rapper was ordered to get treatment. Now, doctors for the rapper feel it would be beneficial for him to spend the last 30 days of his drug treatment in a facility outside of Florida.Legal documents that surfaced found the physician and treatment specialist for the rapper asking for permission to allow the rapper to spend time in a program outside of the state, at a residential treatment facility. Kodak Black’s team stood behind the notion, saying his success in completing the program will come if he is in a different environment for some time. The rapper’s attorney Bradford Cohen said they would be happy to move Kodak Black to a different state if and when probation agrees to the request.
While promoting her new book You Got Anything Stronger?, actress-turned-author Gabrielle Union joined former NBA star JJ Redick and Tommy Aptler on their The Old Man and the Three podcast and revealed her own Pac story and how she only fell into acting after attempting to live out her dream of the moment: being a model. After landing an internship during her senior year at UCLA, Union had no intentions of acting, but the bug found her anyway. “I had such low self-esteem, I wanted to be a video hoe so bad. That’s all I wanted,’” she told Redick and company around the 12:45 mark. “I didn’t wanna be in movies, I didn’t wanna be in commercials, I wanted to be the chosen video hoe. Well, that’s what we called them then, now they are ‘video vixens’, ‘IG models,’ yeah.
Former Basketball Wives LA star Brittish “Cierra” Williams has been indicted on 18 charges by the federal government. On September 22, Brittish was charged with “five felony charges of misuse of a social security number, four charges of bank fraud, three charges of making false statements to the IRS, three charges of wire fraud, and three charges of aggravated identity theft.”The former reality star was taken into federal custody on Thursday. She pleaded not guilty in the United States District Court Eastern District of Missouri.
The fighter is set to make his UFC comeback. McGregor has been out of action since July on account of the broken leg he sustained during his fight against Dustin Poirier. Conor McGregor has never shied away from talking big. The fighter has made headlines recently for picking fights with multiple people, most notable being his beef with Machine Gun Kelly. McGregor is finally going to get the chance to get some of this aggression out of his system soon.
A stuntman on America’s Got Talent: Extreme, the spinoff of the long-running NBC series, suffered a terrifying accident that has led to a pause in production. Jonathan Goodwin reportedly was crushed between two cars in a daredevil stunt that went wrong, causing an explosion on the set. TMZ reports that he was airlifted to a hospital and was in a trauma unit.
Netflix Fires Employee for Sharing Confidential Data About Dave Chappelle Stand-Up Special Outside the Company. Netflix terminated an unidentified staffer who shared “commercially sensitive information” with someone outside the company that was included in a Bloomberg news report, violating the streamer’s policies. The data included Netflix financial figures for Dave Chappelle’s “The Closer” stand-up special, which has stirred a major backlash both inside and outside the company over the comedian’s transphobic material.
His mother and stepfather were the victims of a violent home invasion, police suspected the intruders might’ve been looking for the “Thotiana” rapper. TMZ reports Blueface’s mother, Karlissa Saffold, and her husband found themselves fighting off four trespassers who broke into their Santa Clarita home in California. The incident unfolded around midnight when the men shattered the back window but retreated for unknown reasons.
Saffold called the police who took a report, but hours later the intruders returned and were able to get into the Saffold home. Things turned violent when Blue’s stepfather went to investigate noises coming from downstairs. Blue’s stepdad suffered a concussion and had to get 10 stitches near his left eye after getting jumped by the two men. He’s since been released from the hospital and the police have been investigating the matter since.
Ex-Louisiana State Trooper Indicted In 2019 Beating Of Black Motorist. A May 13, 2019 traffic stop by a Louisiana State Trooper left a Black motorist with a broken jaw, ribs, wrist, and head laceration that required six staples. The former State Trooper Jacob Brown, 31, was indicted Thursday (Sept. 23) by a grand jury on one count of deprivation of rights under color of law, according to The Associated Press. The victim, Aaron Larry Brown, 46, was pummeled with a flashlight 18 times within 24 seconds, even after pleading “I’m not resisting! I’m not resisting!” as seen in graphic video footage.
A rock star and a former president hitting the road . Driving a 1960 Corvette at the home of singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen was, said former President Barack Obama, "one of the highlights of my time on this farm ... getting behind the wheel of this mean machine!" The friendship between the two men started in 2008: "Bruce Springsteen decided to charitably help out some not-very-well-known new U.S. senator who had the audacity to run for president," Mr. Obama said.
A recent report disclosed that “Ex On The Beach” has lost one of its stars known as Chris “Creatures Ferris” Pearson. This shocking report has put fans of the show in a displeased mood.
According to the GoFundMe Page that his family started to take care of his funeral costs, the television series star died from a ‘tragic encounter.’ Although supporters are not satisfied with how his death was labeled, they are choosing to respect his family’s wishes and help any way that they can.
After months of what appeared to be a blissful relationship, social media influencer Camaryn Swanson and rapper, Tyga, have called it quits, as reported by TMZ. However, their separation is far from smooth, as the rapper’s ex-girlfriend recently accused him of physically attacking her during an altercation at the “Vacation” singer’s home. The influencer claimed that the 31-year-old physically assaulted her after being invited by the Hip-hop star to his home. However, a source close to the rapper said otherwise.
ESPN college football sideline reporter Allison Williams said Friday night she is leaving the company over a coronavirus vaccine mandate issued for all Disney employees. Williams said last month she was advised by her doctor to forgo getting the coronavirus vaccine because she was trying to get pregnant. She said the decision to skip the vaccine sidelined her from working college football games. She said in an Instagram video on Friday her "request for accommodation" was denied.
Ex-Northwestern University Professor Convicted of Murdering ‘Naïve Country Kid’ After Discussing ‘Snuff’ Fantasies Online. Wyndham Lathem, a former Northwestern University professor and renowned microbiologist, was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder in the 2017 stabbing death of his boyfriend Trenton Cornell-Duranleau. Lathem, 47, and British national Andrew Warren, 61, were both accused of stabbing Cornell-Duranleau, 26, to death in Lathem’s River North condo in July 2017. Investigators reported finding more than 70 stab wounds on Cornell-Duranleau’s body.
Melissa Joan Hart revealed to fans that she has contracted COVID-19 despite receiving both of her vaccinates. The “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” star shared a rare personal video to Instagram on Wednesday, saying “I am vacciniated and I got COVID, and it’s bad.”