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Nuns steal $500,000 from school to gamble in Vegas
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LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA – December 11, 2018 Two Catholic school nuns in California admitted to embezzling about $500,000  and using the funds for travel and gambling in Las Vegas. The school does not want to press charges, but the Archdiocese of Los Angeles said it will be a "complaining party." Sisters Mary Margaret Kreuper and Lana Chang took money from tuition, fees and donations at St. James Catholic School in Torrance, south of Los Angeles. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles said the missing funds were discovered during a routine audit and it is believed the nuns stole...

“Terrorism Comes in Many Forms”: FBI Arrests 2 Ohioans, Accused of Terror Plots
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DETROIT – December 11, 2018 Officials from the FBI announced Monday that two Ohioans have been placed under arrest, in separate cases, on charges of  planning to commit acts of terrorism and mass violence – one who wanted to carry out a shooting at a synagogue and another who had been plotting a bar shooting and blowing up a pipeline. While the alleged attacks were in the planning stages, there was never an immediate threat to the public, the FBI and Department of Justice said on Monday in a news conference announcing the charges. The suspects had identified specific pl...

Texas Police Earn at Least $50 Million Annually From Seizing Property
Texas Police Earn at Least $50 Million Annually From Seizing Property 144

TEXAS - December 7, 2018 Police and law enforcement agencies in Texas earned more than $50 million in 2017 from the confiscation of people's property. Officials call it the fight against crime, but in fact it turns out that crime is generated by the police, where money is obtained fraudulently. In February 2016, one such case occurred with the owner of a Chevrolet Silverado truck when Houston police had seized the vehicle after surveilling its driver, Macario Hernandez, and pulling him over after he left his house. They took the truck to court, hoping to keep it or sell...

Wild Wilder and Furious Fury: What to Expect from One of the Biggest Fights
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Deontay Wilder, the WBC heavyweight champion, lost his cool during a media scrum when asked by SecondsOut reporter Radio Rahim to explain his comment that “my people have been fighting for 400 years and are still fighting today.” On Wednesday, Wilder’s final press conference with opponent Tyson Fury descended into complete chaos when the two boxers’ entourages clashed, bringing an abrupt end to the planned face-off. ???? The Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury head-to-head descends into chaos with Fury ending up shirtless. pic.twitter.com/QlQwvanBB7 — Michael Benson (@MichaelB...

National Hockey League: Most impressive teams in the beginning of the season
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USA – November 14, 2018 As every NHL team has played 17 or 18 games by now, it’s a good time to analyze which are the most impressive of them and seem to be capable of more than we expected from them. Here is our list of the top 3 teams. 3. Edmonton Oilers In the era of Connor McDavid, considered one of the most talented players of the generation that started back in the 2015-2016 season, the Edmonton Oilers have reached the play-offs only once so far, making it to the second round the 2016-2017 season. Last year the Oilers ended far below the line, having lost all chan...

Pittsburgh Penguins Accused of Disrespect Towards Black Lives Matter Movement
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PITTSBURGH – November 1, 2018                               The Pittsburgh Penguins decided to commemorate the victims of Saturday’s Synagogue shooting before their first home game after the tragedy against their Metropolitan division rivals the New York Islanders. The Pens devoted 11 seconds of silence to the 11 victims of the attack and shared their names on their official Twitter account, which did not cause any problems. “We're honored to have Officer Mike Smidga, Chief Scott Schuber, and Officer Anthony Burke join us for tonight's ceremonial puck drop,” the official...