In the 1970s, the "Rumble in the Jungle" and the "Thrilla in Manila" -- two legendary boxing bouts involving Muhammad Ali -- helped define the sport's heavyweight division.
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A teenage army cadet died of a stroke after turning his head too quickly while making dinner, an inquest has heard.
Kylie Cosmetics founder Kylie Jenner shared a series of sultry photos of herself playing in the snow.
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On Thursday’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Joe Scarborough criticized Melania Trump for her reaction to an impeachment hearing witness invoking the name of her 13-year-old son, calling it “faux outrage.”During Wednesday’s hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, constitutional scholar Pamela Karlan said, “Contrary to what President Trump has said, Article 2 does not give him the power to do anything he wants. The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron.”Also Read: Law Professor Pamela Karlan Scolds GOP Rep Doug Collins at Impeachment HearingThe first lady then tweeted Karlan “should be ashamed” for using a child to conduct “very angry and obviously biased public pandering.”Scarborough pointed out that Melania, whom he called a “pawn” in all of this, is never outraged when her own husband says insulting things about people.Also Read: Joe Scarborough Fact-Checks Trump on Melania Facelift Tweet“I’m still waiting for her to ask her husband to apologize for face-shaming my wife, lying about my wife, saying she that was bleeding badly from a facelift,” Scarborough said, referencing things the president has said about “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski. “She never did anything. I think she actually attacked Mika.”MSNBC’s Willie Geist mentioned her “Be Best” campaign, but added, “unless it’s Donald Trump, her husband, attacking people.”He noted Karlan’s play on words was just a “lame pun,” but said it is probably best to just avoid saying the names of minors.Read original story Joe Scarborough Accuses Melania Trump of ‘Faux Outrage’ Over Hearing Remark About Son, Barron At TheWrap
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Indian rape victim set ablaze by gang of men on her way to court as outrage grows over violence against women
A 23-year-old rape victim is in critical condition after being set on fire by a group of men, including two of her alleged rapists, as she made her way to court in northern India on Thursday.
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The case involves Drew Adams, who has since graduated from Nease High School outside Jacksonville. Adams transitioned from a girl to a boy before his freshman year, and used the boys' room at the Ponte Vedra, Florida, school for a few weeks before several girls complained.
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The risk to the general public is very low.
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International Skating Union apologizes after nominating ‘offensive’ Auschwitz uniform for best costume
The International Skating Union issued an apology after nominating a Russian skater for "best costume" after he performed in an Auschwitz uniform-inspired ensemble.