North Carolina man shot dead on Facebook Live, killer remains at large

WINGATE, N.C. — A man here who spent his time trying to improve his neighborhood was shot to death on Monday while streaming on Facebook Live, authorities said. Prentis Robinson, 55, was gunned down roughly one block from police headquarters where he had just stopped to report a stolen cell phone, according to Wingate Police Chief Donnie Gay. Police identified the suspect as lifelong Wingate resident Douglas Cleveland Colson. The 65-year-old man was at large on Tuesday morning, believed to be somewhere in the area, and should be considered armed and dangerous, according to Gay. In the footage, which Facebook
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Billy Graham, the measure of man

By Obadiah Mailafia THE American evangelist Billy Graham passed away peacefully in his sleep on Wednesday 21 February in his home in Montreat, North Carolina, USA, age 99. William Franklin Graham Jr was born on 7 November 1918 on a dairy farm outside Charlotte, North Carolina, of Scottish-Irish Presbyterian stock. Graham was brought up on a diet of rural Calvinistic values. Late Billy Graham He had to wake up at 2.30 am to milk the cows and shovel off tons of manure. At a tent revival organised by the travelling evangelist Modercai Ham, the sixteen year Graham made the life-changing
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State Department point man on North Korea, Joe Yun, to retire Friday

SEOUL — The State Department’s point-man on North Korea, Joseph Yun, will leave his post on Friday, even as there are glimmers of hope that Pyongyang might finally be willing to sit down for talks with Washington. Yun, 63, is retiring as special representative for North Korea policy and deputy assistant secretary for Korea and Japan after more than three decades of service. His departure reflects the widespread frustration within the State Department at diplomats’ relative lack of power in the Trump administration, according to someone familiar with Yun’s thinking. It will leave another gaping hole in the United States’
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Ex-stylist says Ryan Seacrest sexually harassed and assaulted her

A former wardrobe stylist for Ryan Seacrest detailed years of alleged sexual harassment from the television personality Monday, including multiple instances of groping, grinding and grabbing. Suzie Hardy, whose misconduct claims prompted a since-shuttered investigation against the “American Idol” host in November, told Variety that landing the gig in 2006 as Seacrest’s personal stylist on “E! News” was a dream come true — but quickly morphed into a nightmare. Hardy said her former boss was fond of wrapping her in “bear hugs” while wearing just his underwear, and that such embraces happened more than 10 times.
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Police search for suspect in killing of 4 in Detroit

Buy Photo Three people were shot and killed Monday morning at a gas station in the 22000 block of Fenkell Avenue on Detroit’s west side.(Photo: Charles E. Ramirez / The Detroit News)Buy Photo Detroit — The manhunt for the man accused of killing two women and two men early Monday on Detroit’s west side has ended, police said.   Romulus Police officials said the suspect, Gregory Anthony Davis, 27, “is no longer considered a threat to society. We thank everyone who shared information on this subject and provided any feedback.” Capt. Derran Shelby with the Romulus Police Department said he couldn’t elaborate
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Heather Locklear Arrested for Domestic Violence – Variety

February 26, 2018 7:09AM PT Heather Locklear was arrested on Sunday night in Thousand Oaks, Calif., for domestic violence and battery on a police officer, Capt. Dean Cook of the Thousand Oaks Police Department told Variety. Additional details are currently unavailable, Cook said. Locklear was charged with one count of domestic violence — a felony — and three counts of battery on emergency personnel, which are misdemeanors. Police responded to the scene around 9:40 p.m. Locklear was then booked at Ventura County Jail, but is no longer is custody. TMZ, which broke the news, reports that she’s in the process of posting
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Samsung Galaxy S9 camera: how a variable aperture works

Samsung hopes to improve your photos by using a variable aperture. The Galaxy S9 is the only phone sold today with this feature. Josh Miller/CNET For the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung added another tool to its photography arsenal: a variable aperture. This means pictures taken with both phones should look sharper, have less image noise and handle extreme lighting situations better. The aperture of a lens determines the amount of light that a camera sensor receives. When my dad taught me how to take photos with a film camera, he told me to think of aperture like
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Weinstein Company to file for bankruptcy

Image copyright PA Image caption Harvey Weinstein is facing dozens of accusations of abuse The New York studio co-founded by disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein is to file for bankruptcy after talks to sell its assets to an investor group collapsed, reports say. Talks ended two weeks ago when the New York attorney general’s office filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein Company. Directors were quoted as saying bankruptcy was the only viable option. Mr Weinstein faces dozens of allegations of sexual abuse, including rape, but denies non-consensual sex. “The Weinstein Company has been engaged in an active sale process in
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The Walking Dead: Chandler Riggs reveals most painful final scene

SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s midseason premiere of The Walking Dead, “Honor.” We all knew it was coming after Carl revealed in The Walking Dead’s midseason finale that he had been bitten by a zombie. That made Sunday’s midseason premiere, titled “Honor,” a goodbye sendoff to one of the few original characters and actors left that started the show. Chandler Riggs was just a boy when the AMC zombie drama started, but he leaves eight years later as a man. His final installment served as Carl’s powerful plea to his dad Rick to embrace
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Leicester ‘blast’: Six people taken to hospital

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBBC journalist John Alexander: “There has been what appears to be a big explosion” Six people have been taken to hospital after reports of an explosion and a fire in the Hinckley Road area of Leicester. Police declared a “major incident” after reports of a blast just after 19:00 GMT. A police spokesman said: “At this stage there is no indication this is terrorist related.” Carlisle Street and part of Hinckley Road have been closed and people are being asked to avoid the area. Two of the six people taken to hospital
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