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  • Woman who struck motorcyclist in hit-and-run claimed she hit trash can, police say

    A Miami-Dade County woman was arrested Monday after police said she struck a motorcyclist in a hit-and-run crash last week in Miami Springs. According to the arrest report, Maria Elena Menendez, 55, went to the police station the day after the crash to request a police report on the crash for her insurance. She told officers that she thought she had hit a trash can or "something like that." Officer Janice Simon, a spokeswoman for the Miami Springs Police Department, said 29-year-old Eric Colon...

  • Avenatti To Sue Tucker Carlson After Man Claims Assault; Tucker Says Daughter Called "Whore, C*nt"

    Attorney Michael Avenatti has found his next wormhole into the national dialogue; investigating conservative foe and Fox News host Tucker Carlson over an October confrontation at a Virginia country club restaurant.  Avenatti tweeted a video Saturday showing Carlson in a verbal altercation with the man, writing: "We are investigating an alleged assault on a gay latino immigrant committed by T. Carlson and/or members of his inner circle at a club in VA in Oct. It likely includes underage...

    Zero Hedge
  • African Union hit by sexual harassment claims

    Sexual harassment is a major problem for women at the African Union Commission, an investigation finds.

    BBC News
  • Michael Avenatti Claims He Has Never Hit a Woman

    Left-wing attorney Michael Avenatti released a statement early Thursday morning claiming he has never hit a woman.

  • Golf: Tiger Woods avoids penalty for double-hit

    Tiger Woods avoided a penalty at the Hero World Challenge on Friday after rules officials determined that a double-hit was not visible in real time.

  • Tiger didn't know he hit ball twice, avoids penalty

    Instant replay showed that Tiger Woods hit his ball twice during a shot at the Hero World Challenge, but because it wasn't "visible to the naked eye," no penalty was assessed.
  • Michael Clarke hits out over ball tampering blame claim

    Former captain calls Gerard Whateley a ‘coward’Journalist had connected cultural issues to ex-captainMichael Clarke has doubled down on his spray at the prominent sports journalist, Gerard Whateley, after the former Australian Test captain refuted criticism of his leadership, saying he would relish the opportunity to express his feelings to Whateley face-to-face. Clarke unleashed a social media rant on Wednesday night, labelling the broadcaster a “headline chasing coward” for insinuating he had...

    the Guardian