Notre Dame cornerback Ashton White, starting safety Max Redfield, wide receiver Kevin Stepherson Jr., linebacker Te’von Coney, Dexter Williams, and cornerback Devin Butler, were all arrested Friday night.
The first five Notre Dame football players mentioned above were arrested after a traffic stop by Indiana State Police. Cops say they found marijuana and a loaded handgun in the players’ car. The sixth player, Butler, was arrested after being observed shoving a woman outside a club and then punching a police officer who arrived on scene.
State Police said a trooper stopped a car Friday night in Fulton County about 35 miles south of South Bend for speeding. Continue reading
Bernie Sanders may have championed the “little guy,” but when it comes to buying real estate, the former presidential candidate is living large!
Sanders is the proud new owner of a luxury summer home located in the elite Champlain Islands. The vacation home has four bedrooms and 500 feet of Lake Champlain beachfront on the coveted east side of the island.
The Burlington resident last week plopped down nearly $600,000 on a lakefront camp in North Hero. Continue reading
Donald Trump‘s NYC speech concerning the stakes of the election delivered complete with a can of Clinton whoopass.
The remarks are presented as prepared for delivery, in other words, directly off the republican candidate’s teleprompter, sadly minus the ad libs.
TRUMP: Today I’d like to share my thoughts about the stakes in this election.
People have asked me why I am running for President.
I have built an amazing business that I love and I get to work side-by-side with my children every day. Continue reading
Smoke coming from Amtrak tunnel near 125th West in New York; fire engines en route Westside Highway – @
JetBlue flight attendant Marsha Gay Reynolds, busted for trying to smuggle nearly 70 pounds of pure cocaine from LAX to NYC’s LaGuardia airport, was a former 2008 Miss Jamaica runner up.
Reynolds was arrested after after trying to flee authorities after being directed to the more screening cue at LAX.
Surrendering herself over to federal authorities Wednesday, the beauty pageant contestant’s arrest comes nearly a week after Reynolds dropped her loot Continue reading
Check out Time photographer Chris Morris grabbing a Secret Service agent by the throat! Morris claims he was “assaulted first” but later declined to press charges.
It all went down after Morris stepped out of the press pen and ventured into a restricted area during a Donald Trump rally in Virginia.
According to The Independent Journal’s congressional reporter Joe Perticone, the man holding the camera in the video below is a journalist. Continue reading
If you’re wondering how to watch the Oscars online, you can stream it on abc.com or on the Watch ABC mobile app, but be aware, it requires a subscription.
Most of us will probably watch this year’s Academy Awards on TV, but if you want to watch the Oscars red carpet pre-show, you can stream that for free from several different places. The show will be hosted by Chris Rock,
ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have a ton of Oscars material on the livestream agenda Sunday night. Continue reading
Kesha, who recently dropped the dollar sign from her name, is officially broke.
After mounting a costly legal battle against her former producer, Dr. Luke, the TiK ToK singer has run out of cash.
Aside from the fact that Kesha “has been on ice for 3 years,” they say Dr. Luke has withheld royalties from her. Continue reading
Kesha hammered tears in court after a judge ruled she will not be released from her Sony Music contract.
The TiK ToK singer had sought an injunction allowing her to make an album outside of Sony, but the judge disagreed ruling she will remain under the Sony umbrella.
Kesha is accusing her longtime producer Dr. Luke of sexually, mentally, and physically abusing her during the years they cranked out hit music Continue reading
“To Kill a Mockingbird” author, Harper Lee, has died. She was 89.
A very private person, Lee suffered a stroke in 2007 and made a full recovery. She spent many of her 89 years living in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama.
Lee was born April 28, 1926, in Monroeville, the youngest of four children of lawyer Amasa Coleman Lee and Frances Cunningham Finch Lee. Continue reading