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Workers on Wednesday dismantled a towering statue of President Theodore Roosevelt from outside New York City's American Museum of Natural History. The "Equestrian Statue of Theodore Roosevelt," commissioned in 1925 and unveiled to the public in 1940, depicts Roosevelt on a horse, with a Native American man and an African man on foot at his side. The New York City Public Design Commission voted last June to remove it, the museum said on its website.
- Business Insider
Pornhub's elusive co-owner broke a decade-long media silence after his $16 million mansion burned to the ground
Mindgeek CEO Feras Antoon told Vanity Fair Pornhub does not allow illegal content, and suspected anti-porn critics incited violence against him.
Tucker Carlson's brazen "gaslighting" was laid bare by the "New Day" anchor.
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Brianna Kupfer was found dead on the floor of the store minutes after she had sent an ominous text message to a friend, police said.
- The Week
'Don't question my faith,' Rep. Crenshaw snaps at young girl
- Atlanta Black Star
‘Disgusting’: Newly Released Video Captures Florida Officer Grabbing a Female Subordinate by the Throat After She Pulled Him Away from Suspect He Was Confronting
A South Florida police sergeant has been taken off the street after a video of him choking a fellow officer emerged last week. Sgt. Christopher […]
Artist Tim O’Brien christened Biden’s administration with “Day One,” a Feb. 1, 2021, cover depicting the cluttered mess he was facing upon entering office. “This new cover shows Biden in a cleaned-up office, but the tasks remain, and the mounting issues gather like storm clouds,” says O’Brien, who has painted more TIME covers (36 and counting) than any artist in the past 50 years, including subjects ranging from the Catholic church to Osama Bin Laden.
- Miami Herald
More than a week after she was kidnapped, a Cuban doctor is still being held for ransom in Haiti, where violent gangs keep disrupting essential services.
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Divers located a car matching the description of a vehicle belonging to a woman who went missing in Texas in 2017.
- Spartanburg Herald-Journal
The daughter of local news anchor Amy Wood has issued an apology in response to racist, homophobic videos which surfaced online last week.
The Fox News host's attacks on the homeless are "so extreme and dangerous," one critic wrote.
- Tacoma News Tribune
A 70-year-old man located his stolen SUV near Wauna on Key Peninsula and shot at the man driving it, deputies said.
- Charlotte Observer
The football player’s store is part of the Charlotte-based company’s 50-store franchise expansion plan over the next two years.
- The Repository
A convicted felon who fatally shot a would-be robber was sentenced to three years probation.
- The Guardian
Volcanic eruption caused spill, described as the worst ecological disaster to hit country in recent history, at refineries operated by Spanish oil giant Repsol The environmental impact of the Repsol oil spill grows on the Peruvian coast. Photograph: Cristhian Meza/Municipality of Ventanilla HANDOUT/EPA Peru has demanded compensation from the Spanish oil giant Repsol after freak waves from a volcanic eruption near Tonga caused an oil spill described as the worst ecological disaster to hit the Sou
- Macon Telegraph
The holdup early Tuesday left a 43-year-old clerk dead at a video poker and lotto shop on the west side of Warner Robins, Houston County sheriff’s officials say
A Disney World fan surprised another parkgoer with a free, coveted popcorn bucket so they wouldn't have to wait in line to buy one
The limited-edition popcorn buckets, shaped like the character Figment, were created for Disney World's 2022 Festival of the Arts at Epcot.
Man pleads guilty to exploiting a worker who lived in a garden shed for 40 years with no light or heating, UK authority says
Officers investigating Peter Swailes, 56, said his dog had better living quarters than the vulnerable worker who lived on his property.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Police say Springfield boutique was storefront for illegal gambling parlor run by a felon found with guns, marijuana and nearly $600,000 in cash
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A man was arrested in the random knife killing of UCLA student Brianna Kupfer, who was working alone in a furniture store when she was killed