Legendary athlete and sportscaster, Frank Gifford‘s brain has been donated to a study that focuses on CTE, a brain disorder thought to be as a result of multiple concussions.
Kathy Lee Gifford says her late Hall of Fame husband suffered from a traumatic brain injury most likely caused during his NFL career. Gifford died in August at the age of 84.
Gifford family says he was diagnosed with CTE (a progressive degenerative brain disease) before he passed. Continue reading
Rapper, Lil Boosie has revealed on social media he is battling kidney cancer and is asking fans to pray for him.
Boosie, 33, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, took to Instagram, saying,
“prayer is power and that’s why I’m letting the world know” about the diagnosis, but his announcement caught some people close to him off guard. Continue reading
Matt Drudge from the popular news aggregator, Drudge Report, tweeted the potentially shocking revelation that America is arming ISIS.
The tweet is believed to be a preview to an upcoming blockbuster story that claims the US has in fact been funding arms for the terror network.
MATT DRUDGE @DRUDGE:
A shocking truth is unfolding: America has been arming ISIS… Continue reading
A powerful 7.5 earthquake has struck Peru. The quake registered on Los Angeles richter scales.
Large aftershocks are being reported. Developing..
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Veteran soap opera star David Canary, who played All My Children twins Adam and Stuart Chandler, has passed away. Canary died on November 16th but news of his death is only surfacing now. He was 77.
Canary was an Emmy Award winner who was also a theater actor before he broke into TV and the movies in the ’60s.
Canary played Mia Farrow’s physical therapist in Peyton Place and next as Ponderosa ranch foreman Candy Canaday in Bonanza. In 1978, he kicked off his daytime soap career with a role on Search for Tomorrow. Continue reading
Reports are saying that a group of armed men stormed a building and took hostages in the northern French town of Roubaix.
Local reports say the incident took place at around 19:00 local French time.
Witnesses reported gunshots being fired. Media reports say the area has been closed off by police. Continue reading
The US Government dropped leaflets warning ISIS of an impending airstrike allowing many terror fighters to flee 45 minutes before the onslaught on oil tankers began.
The move to warn the fighters has many claiming it’s just another example of Obama’s two-faced war on terror. The US claims the drop was intended to minimise the death of drivers of the targeted oil tankers, whom the military say are likely civilians.
“In Al-Bukamal, we destroyed 116 tanker trucks, which we believe will reduce ISIL’s ability to transport its stolen oil products,” Warren said. Continue reading
Three people protesting cops at a police Precinct north of Minneapolis have been hospitalized after a shooting Monday night, police say.
Witnesses at the scene say they were white supremacists that were hanging around the rally before they were asked to leave. Witnesses claim the men came back a short time later and fired six shots at protesters just north of the precinct, on the 1400 block of Morgan Avenue North. The shooters remain at large.
Minneapolis Police Deputy Chief of Staff Medaria Arraadondo says all three victims are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries at North Memorial Medical Center. Continue reading
A man in Paris cleaning the sidewalk found explosive belt containing the same bolts and explosives used by the Paris attackers on Monday. The belt was located in a pile of trash in the southern suburb of Montrouge.
According to Paris officials, the belt that was stumbled upon near the same spot that fugitive Saleh Abdeslam‘s cell phone was said to be on the day of the attacks that killed 130 people.
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Attorneys for the family of student clockmaker, Ahmed Mohamed, has sent letters to both the City of Irving and Irving School District, demanding $15 million in damages.
The letters claim that Mohamed’s civil rights were violated, and he and his family have suffered physical and mental anguish because of the ordeal.
The letters claim Ahmed was singled out “because of his race, national origin, and religion.” Continue reading