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1992 L.A. riots protester: ‘People are willing to fight’

He watched the car fires, the store-front windows being smashed and the looting on television with his granddaughter in his arms. He saw the peaceful protesters trying to make a point about police violence and the angry mobs bent on destruction. “People are willing to fight,” he said. “It’s part of the struggle. Positive things come from rioting. These people would rather die than be oppressed. That’s how I felt.” Mark Craig, now 51, was one of the iconic participants in the 1992 uprising after ...
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Fox Renews Crime Thriller Prodigal Son For Season 2!

Fox renews crime thriller Prodigal Son for season 2! After scoring an additional nine episodes in October and being one of the remaining series hanging on the bubble for the network, Fox has chosen to greenlit the freshman crime thriller procedural Prodigal Son for a second season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Fox Renews The Resident & Last Man Standing For New Seasons “From the moment Prodigal Son premiered, fans have been captivated by the astounding performances turned ...
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'The Last Dance': Michael Jordan 'flu game' in 1997 NBA Finals result of food poisoning from pizza

"The Last Dance" revealed the truth of Michael Jordan's famous 1997 NBA Finals "flu game" as well as the tragic story of Steve Kerr's father, Malcolm.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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India's most wanted man Nirav Modi stole vast sums of money by claiming he was buying pearls, court hears

India's most wanted man, who was tracked down by the Telegraph to a London flat, stole "eye watering" sums of money by claiming they were needed to buy a consignment of pearls, a court heard. Nirav Modi, 49, fled the country while suspected of perpetrating a £1.5 billion bank fraud, the largest in Indian history, on the state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB). The billionaire diamond dealer was arrested in March last year after the Telegraph traced him to an address occupying half a floor in Ce...
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"I've never seen a beautiful lady reading The Guide... so far away from the TV... you must really like television...."

Goodbye to the actor Sam Lloyd, who has died at the age of 56.Lloyd is best remembered for his portrayal of lawyer Ted Buckland on the comedy-drama series Scrubs and the sitcom Cougar Town. He and his uncle [Christopher Lloyd] both guest starred on Malcolm in the Middle, Lloyd as a housing lawyer and his uncle as Hal's father. The two also guested on The West Wing, Lloyd requesting the White House to release information about UFOs and his uncle as a constitutional law expert... Aside from acting...
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POLL RESULTS: What’s the Best Scene in Jurassic Park?

POLL RESULTS: What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park? Less than a week after asking our readers about their favorite scene in the iconic Steven Spielberg sci-fi adventure Jurassic Park,’s poll was filled with 1,500 votes and the results have crowned the one clear winner. Check out the results below! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: What if the Oscars Were Held Tomorrow? What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park?  TOP FIVE Brachiosaurus siting/”Welcome to Jurassic Park” (27%, 399 votes) ...
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POLL: What’s the Best Scene in Jurassic Park?

POLL: What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park? It’s amazing to think this year we will be celebrating 27 years since the debut of the hit sci-fi adventure franchise Jurassic Park and is diving back into the original film and asking our readers what is their favorite scene from the 1993 original? Be sure to let us know in the poll and comments below! Incidentally, Universal is holding a Jurassic Park Twitter watch party with Joseph Mazzello this evening at 5pm PST! RELATED: POL...
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Boom time for New Zealand's rats as lockdown gives them free rein in cities

With pest controllers in lockdown and a population surge last year, the vermin are free to wreak havoc in populated areas, and on native wildlifeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSurrounded by ancient rimu trees and the sound of chirping pīwakawaka, Tame Malcolm brings in his second rat of the day from the dense undergrowth of his Auckland backyard. That’s four pests for his tally today – with only a few hundred thousand or so to go.“It’s the first time my whānau [famil...
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The 1990s-est Ashes, day four: Australia refuse to be rushed

Last week we picked our 1990s-est England team and our 1990s-est Australia team. This week we’re pitting them against each other in a one-off exhibition Test match with the aid of Cricket Captain 2018’s ‘All-Time Greats’ mode. (This follows Sim Series: Sri Lanka v England last month.) England (313-7) trail Australia (519 all out) by 206 runs. Here’s what happened on day three. Mark Ealham and Alan Mullally walk out to bat. It’s sunny, but the pitch is turning and uneven. England st...
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'It's so difficult when you are told you can't visit' - Malcolm on father's death

Ex-England bowler Devon Malcolm says it is "really difficult" to come to terms with his father having died with coronavirus after not being able to visit him in hospital.
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The 1990s-est Ashes, day two: Hard toil for England bowlers

Last week we picked our 1990s-est England team and our 1990s-est Australia team. This week we’re pitting them against each other in a one-off exhibition Test match with the aid of Cricket Captain 2018’s ‘All-Time Greats’ mode. (This follows Sim Series: Sri Lanka v England last month.) Australia are 306-5. Here’s what happened on day one. Michael Bevan and Ian Healy walk to the crease at the start of day two. England will be keen to break the partnership early. They have a ball th...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Sri Lanka, England cricket news, Jonathan Agnew, Australia Cricket News, Ian Healy, Miller, Knight, Mullally, Mike Atherton, Nick Knight, Julian, Malcolm, Colin Miller

Sim Nineties: the 1990s-est Ashes – day one

Last week we picked our 1990s-est England team and our 1990s-est Australia team. This week we’re pitting them against each other in a one-off exhibition Test match with the aid of Cricket Captain 2018’s ‘All-Time Greats’ mode. (This follows Sim Series: Sri Lanka v England last month.) The match is being played in England because that’s what we decided. If you think that gives England an advantage, consider (a) what happened in the Ashes during the 1990s (Australia won every series, ho...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Devon, Sri Lanka, England cricket news, Steve Waugh, Mark Waugh, Jonathan Agnew, Australia Cricket News, Ian Healy, Jesus Christ, Slater, Shane, Agnew, Mullally

Late Night Wants Trump to Cover Up His Face

Trevor Noah joked Monday that President Trump will follow C.D.C. guidelines only if aides tell him a mask is “a border wall for your face.”
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It took a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s kid fantasy. Todd Holland on the magic of ‘The Wizard’

Todd Holland with Fred Savage, Jenny Lewis & Luke Edwards on the set of ‘The Wizard’ Who’d have thought it would take a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s child fantasy? The man in question is Todd Holland, and the fantasy is the cult movie The Wizard. Though it scored mediocre reviews and died a quick death at the box office in 1989, the movie found a second life on home video and television. The film stars Fred Savage–the child actor of the moment thanks to his work on The Wonder Years–as Co...
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Fleur East pays sweet tribute to her dad after confirming he has died

Fleur East paid an emotional tribute to her dad Malcolm on Friday night after revealing the...
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Prodigal Son 1.17 Photos & Promo: Stranger Beside You

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Prodigal Son 1.17 Photos & Promo: Stranger Beside You FOX has released the new Prodigal Son 1.17 photos and the promo for the episode titled “Stranger Beside You.” As the mystery around Eve begins to unfold, Malcolm might finally uncover the truth about the connection between her and the girl in the box. You can check out the photos in the gallery and the promo in the player below and watch the new episode on Monday, March 23! The official synopsis for episode 1.17 reads: ...
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Malcolm Runs Into an Old Friend in Prodigal Son Episode 1.16 Clips 

Malcolm Runs Into an Old Friend in Prodigal Son Episode 1.16 Clips FOX has released three new Prodigal Son clips in anticipation of the series’ return on Monday, March 16, following a brief hiatus. Episode 1.16, titled “The Job,” features the aftermath of Malcolm stabbing his father and how Martin will use that to blackmail Malcolm’s mother, as well as an old friend reuniting with the profiler. You can check out the clips for the new episode below! The official synopsis for episode 1.16 reads...
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Bryan Cranston to Make Geffen Playhouse Directorial Debut

Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor Bryan Cranston, of “Breaking Bad” and “Malcolm in the Middle” fame, will close the Geffen Playhouse 2020-21 season with his directorial debut at the theater. Artistic director Matt Shakman  announced seven other productions, one more to-be-announced, that will make up the season in its Gil Cates and Audrey Skirball Kenis […]
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Famous TV house locations

The running joke with Friends is that no 20-somethings in New York could ever afford that apartment. Of course, we’ve got no way to prove that, since the “apartment” was actually a sound stage, and there’s not exactly a Zillow listing for fictional addresses. But many shows shot their exterior shots at real live homes that you can go drive by and annoy the current occupants today. Many of which are valued at a lot more than their fictional occupants could ever afford. HomeAdvisor did some dig...
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Colorado Raptors hand Toronto Arrows first loss of Major League Rugby season

GLENDALE, Colo. — The Toronto Arrows suffered their first loss this season in Major League Rugby play Friday, beaten 22-19 by the Colorado Raptors thanks to Robbie Petzer's late penalty.Mistakes and penalties cost the Arrows (4-1-0) at Infinity Park. Colorado (3-2-0) took advantage for its second straight win.The San Diego Legion remains the only unbeaten side in the 12-team league. San Diego (4-0-0) hosts Rugby United New York (3-1-0) on Sunday.Gaston Mieres scored a try for Toronto, which...
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College Students Raising $75,000 For Fast-Food Worker Who Lost His Home In A Fire

COLUMBIA, S.C. (CBS Local) — A group of college students in South Carolina are trying to raise $75,000 for a fast-food restaurant employee who lost his home in a fire. Malcolm Coleman says the house he shared with his mother erupted in flames on his birthday a year ago in January. Coleman and his mother escaped the electrical fire, but the house became uninhabitable. “It was just crazy and overwhelming, and it still just shakes me up sometimes,” Coleman told the University of South Carolina’s st...
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Malcolm in the Middle: Blackhawks Goaltending Analysis

It’s been a few days since the Chicago Blackhawks traded beloved goaltender Robin Lehner to the Vegas Golden Knights in exchange for goaltender Malcolm Subban, defensive prospect Stanislav Demin, and a second-round pick. It’s very easy as a spectator of the sport to have a knee-jerk reaction to trades as they happen. Now that the dust has settled, I still stand by my reaction when I first heard of the trade; that it was a redundant trade. Before we get into that, I want to talk about the foca...
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Toronto Arrows defeat Rugby ATL 28-18 to remain unbeaten in MLR play

MARIETTA, Ga. — Uruguayan international Leandro Leivas scored two tries as the Toronto Arrows remained unbeaten with a 28-18 win over Rugby ATL on Sunday in Major League Rugby play.The Arrows (4-0-0) have won their last 11 regular-season games — the last seven in 2019 and the opening four this year. The run was interrupted by a 30-17 semifinal playoff loss to Seattle last June.Toronto and the San Diego Legion (4-0-0) are the only still unbeaten teams this season.Argentina's Tomas de la Vega...
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“Blessed Are the Gentle” (Chapel Tribute for James Leo Garrett Jr.) – Dr. Malcolm Yarnell

(This chapel message was preached by Dr. Yarnell after the passing of distinguished SWBTS professor Dr. Garrett.)  Our key texts today are found in Matthew 5 and 11. Among the first beatitudes of his inaugural sermon, Jesus said, “Blessed are the gentle [hoi praeis], for they will inherit the earth” (Matthew 5:5). Later, after praying to the Father who gave him all things, Jesus invited the disciples, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon...
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Sports rorts: Labor questions PM over 136 emails between his office and Bridget McKenzie's – politics live

Anthony Albanese accuses Scott Morrison of misleading parliament over his involvement in the scheme. All the day’s events, live 5.25am GMT A vigil will be held for Hannah Clarke and her children in parliament tonight. 5.19am GMT I think we all know which way Zed Seselja went when it came to Malcolm Turnbull. Asked about the former prime minister’s climate warning, the ACT senator says:Well, look, I guess I agree with the former PM, Malcolm Turnbull, on one thing, when he made a point of ...
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These Overlooked Black Women Shaped Malcolm X’s Life

The anniversary of the Feb. 21, 1965, assassination of Malcolm X was surrounded by a renewed wave of interest in the black nationalist leader’s life and death — particularly with the release of the recent Netflix series Who Killed Malcolm X? and the subsequent news that the Manhattan District Attorney will review the investigation of his death. But while the Netflix series attempts to provide a broad overview of his life, political activism and relationship with Elijah Muhammad and the Nati...
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Toronto Arrows defeat Seattle 39-17 to remain unbeaten in Major League Rugby

TUKWILA, Wash. — Sam Malcolm's boot accounted for 24 points as the unbeaten Toronto Arrows defeated the defending champion Seattle Seawolves 39-17 in Major League Rugby play Saturday night.The win was a measure of revenge for the Arrows (3-0-0), beaten by Seattle in last season's playoff semifinal. The Seawolves, meanwhile, lost their third straight.Captain Dan Moor scored two tries and vice-captain Lucas Rumball added a single for Toronto, which led 13-7 at the half. Malcolm, a New Ze...
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Alanis Morissette’s Agonized Ballad, and 10 More New Songs

Hear tracks by Waxahatchee, Kyle, Arca and others.
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What’s the state of black film today? These experts explore the range of African-American movie achievements

Melvin Van Peebles had directed a few short films in the late ’50s when he left San Francisco for Hollywood with the goal of trading his day job on a cable car for a career behind the camera. “They said, ‘We don’t need cable car operators as film directors,’” said his son Mario Van Peebles, a second-generation filmmaker, as he introduced a newly restored version of his father’s first feature “The Story of a Three-Day Pass” at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 16. “He said, ‘No,...
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The Enduring Mystery of Malcolm X’s Assassination

Friday marks 55 years since Malcolm X, one of the 20th century’s most important black figures, was assassinated at age 39 while speaking at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, on Feb. 21, 1965. In the more than half a century since, what happened that day has remained the subject of debate. Three members of the Nation of Islam (NOI) — Talmadge Hayer or Thomas Hagan (a.k.a Mujahid Abdul Halim), Norman Butler (a.k.a Muhammad Abdul Aziz) and Thomas Johnson (a.k.a Khalil Islam) — were con...
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