Incredible drone footage shows isolated Amazon tribe

Remarkable drone footage offers a rare glimpse of an isolated tribe in the Brazilian Amazon. In the 51-second clip released by FUNAI, the Brazilian government’s Indian Affairs department, tribespeople are shown moving through a deforested area in the jungle and one tribe member appears to be carrying a bow and arrow. The agency said it […]

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National Enquirer kept safe full of potentially damaging stories about Trump: report

The National Enquirer kept a safe of documents related to hush-money payments and other potentially damaging stories about then-candidate Donald Trump, according to a report. The Associated Press, citing people familiar with the Enquirer’s parent company, American Media Inc., reported Thursday that the safe was “a great source of power” for publisher David Pecker — who, […]

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Ocasio-Cortez claims solidarity with cab drivers — while campaign buys rides from Uber, other ‘alternatives,’ FEC data show

New York Socialist Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez once blamed ride-sharing giant Uber for leading a yellow cab driver to suicide. Her campaign then took $4,000 worth of Uber rides. But Ocasio-Cortez, who rose to prominence after defeating top Democrat Joe Crowley in the party’s U.S. House primary in June, is no fan of Uber, if you […]

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May-December romances | Fox News

May-December romances http://www.foxnews.com/”>Fox News http://www.foxnews.com/ Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys Wood: 31 year gab Rolling Stone musician Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys Wood enjoyed a romantic night out in London. The couple tied the knot in 2012. (Splash) ronnie-wood-and-sally-humphreys-wood:-31-year-gab Ben Affleck and Shauna Sexton: 24 year gap Ben Affleck and his rumored girlfriend, Playboy […]

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North Korean defectors sue in Japan, alleging rights abuses

TOKYO –  She was one of the more than 90,000 Koreans and their relatives in Japan who went to North Korea decades ago seeking what the country promised: “paradise on earth.” As North and South Korea make reconciliatory gestures and hundreds of war-separated relatives are reunited, Eiko Kawasaki and others like her feel forgotten. Kawasaki, […]

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Mother of 5 fatally shot in her car, but no suspects 2 weeks later, authorities say

Michelle Huelas, 46, who was slain Aug. 11, was a mother of five and grandmother of two, according to an obituary.  (Facebook) Authorities in New Jersey were still without a suspect nearly two weeks after a mother of five was fatally shot in broad daylight as she sat inside her vehicle. Richard Huelas flagged down […]

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Hurricane Lane threatens Hawaii as Category 3 storm; campers trapped in valley, officials say

As Hurricane Lane barrels towards the Hawaiian islands drenching parts of the state with rain, officials said Thursday they received a call about two campers stranded in a valley on the Big Island. The pair reported being stuck in Waipio Valley, on the northern coast of the island of Hawaii, known as the Big Island, […]

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Arkansas McDonald’s worker fired after allegedly flinging hot grease at customer’s face

A worker at a McDonald’s in North Little Rock, Arkansas [not pictured here], was fired after they allegedly threw hot grease on a customer’s face on Sunday, August 19, 2018.  (iStock) A McDonald’s employee was fired after she allegedly threw hot grease on a customer’s face following an argument at the fast food restaurant in […]

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Florida governor race heats up with Trump endorsement, FBI probe: A look at the candidates

With Florida Gov. Rick Scott leaving office due to term limits, a crowded field of Republicans and Democrats have jumped into the race to replace him. President Trump has already endorsed Republican Rep. Rick DeSantis ahead of the GOP primary on August 28. Democrats, too, will hold a primary election for the party’s candidates on […]

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Indonesia’s main Muslim group criticizes blasphemy sentence

JAKARTA, Indonesia –  Indonesia’s largest Muslim organization has criticized the blasphemy conviction and imprisonment of a Buddhist woman who complained that the call to prayer from her neighborhood mosque was too loud. Officials from Nahdlatul Ulama, which claims 60 million members, said Thursday the woman’s complaint about mosque loudspeakers doesn’t constitute blasphemy under Indonesian law. […]

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