Film Critics are saying that Adam Sandler’s new movie, “Uncut Gems,” could make him the favorite to win Best Actor at “The Oscars.” (https://bit.ly/2lVT6RB)
Eddie Murphy told the New York Times that he cringes at his old stand-up material because of how insensitive it was. (https://pge.sx/2of6Uam)
“The Fast and The Furious” director Rob Cohen was accused of sexual assault during a meeting in 2015. (https://pge.sx/2mPf5Kg)
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The Center For Disease Control linked over 450 illnesses to vaping.
A study claims that eating chicken can give you cancer. (https://bit.ly/2lLuMB9)
A new study claims that a growing number of millennials are drinking more because they’re becoming parents. (https://bit.ly/2m2JxQe)
California approved a law that would allow college athletes to make endorsement money. Some people argue that college players shouldn’t be paid because they get their education for free.(https://nyti.ms/2kpaxct)
A New York man dressed as Elmo was arrested for groping women in Times Square. (https://cbsloc.al/2m9bmGV)
A Swedish Chef says eating humans may save the planet. (https://bit.ly/2kAxk51)
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A package thief who made off with a woman’s delivery in St. Paul, Minnesota, decided to leave something behind for the victim — a handwritten thank you note. Homeowner Hilary Smith found the note on her porch one day last week after she got home from work. The note thanked her for the “opportunity of stealing" her package and was signed by the package’s “new owner." St. Paul police posted a picture of the note on Twitter, and reminded residents who are expecting deliveries to take precautions to avoid thefts. https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/Package-thief-taunts-victim-with-thank-you-note-566234201.html
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43-year-old Heather Mayeux was arrested for domestic battery after allegedly stubbing out a cigarette on her boyfriend’s forehead during an argument in their Florida residence. Cops allege that Mayeux got into a “verbal altercation” with the 46-year-old victim upon his return home from work. After pushing the man several times, Mayeux “took her lit cigarette and extinguished it on the victim’s forehead.” After being read her rights, Mayeux reportedly copped to using her beau as an ashtray. “ Police noted, “Mayeux admitted to being frustrated” and said she “may have put the cigarette out on the victim’s forehead.” Mayeux was booked into the county jail on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge. A judge has ordered her to have no contact with the victim. (https://bit.ly/2nXnmMB)
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