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New Court Document Confirms That Tiffany Haddish’s Ex Abused Her

[ad_1] While Tiffany Haddish’s ex-husband swears he never hit her, newly recovered police filings support the actress’ claims. Remember, in her new book The Last Black Unicorn, the Girls Trip star said her ex was so physical with her that he once caused her to miscarry. According to a restraining order obtained by Radar Online, Haddish wrote that then-husband William Stewart attacked her in July 2010 in Montreal, where she was performing with fellow comedians. “We were in Montreal, Canada, when he choked me in the stairway of the hotel. I  ran away from him. I ran because he was trying to make...

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Yemen: The markets have food, but children are starving to death

[ad_1] Looking at his tiny, fragile body you would never guess that Ahmed is five years old. There is little more to him than parched, papery skin stretched across brittle bones and giant eyes -- brown and unblinking -- gazing up blankly.Occasionally, Ahmed moves a hand, limply trying to swat at the flies that settle on his cracked lips. Soumaya explains that he only speaks when the pain overwhelms him."He tells me 'my tummy hurts, my head hurts.' He cries," she says.Ahmed is slowly starving to death. For four years he has been suffering from acute malnutrition, a vicious condition...

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Many happy returns: Tom Hanks gives typewriter to Massachusetts family

[ad_1] They'll be typed in a serif font. The ink will be a bit uneven. And a bold "X" or two might appear over any typo before the paper is pulled from the platen (cylinder) of a late '60s Olympia De Luxe, a gift from actor, director and typewriter aficionado Tom Hanks."He said don't change the ribbon," Julia de Peyster, 53, told CNN on Tuesday, explaining: "It adds character."The de Peysters have never met Hanks. But the writing machine -- well-oiled and in its original box -- arrived on their New England doorstep last Saturday after Julia's husband, Nick, wrote...

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Catt Sadler leaves E! over pay dispute

[ad_1] Longtime E! channel host Catt Sadler says she is leaving the company due to a "massive" pay disparity. In a remarkable blog post on Tuesday evening, Sadler said she wanted to stay at E!, but the channel refused to pay. She wrote, "How can we make it better for the next generation of girls if we do not stand for what is fair and just today?" E!, an entertainment cable channel owned by NBCUniversal, disputed Sadler's suggestion that the gender pay gap was an issue in this case. ...

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Get Well Wednesday: Staying Healthy Through The The Winter

[ad_1] WHAT ARE THREE WINTER HEALTH AILMENTS THAT ARE COMMON DURING THIS SEASON? IS THERE A WAY TO AVERT THEM?  The three most common winter health ailments are: The Flu, The Common Cold and Winter Sore Throats. The winter season can be absolutely miserable if you are not prepared. There are no cures for any of these issues but there are ways to alleviate the symptoms if you get sick and there are preventative measures you can take to try to avoid getting sick!  HOW HARD WILL WE BE HIT WITH INFLUENZA THIS YEAR? WHAT ARE SOME SEASONAL SOLUTIONS WE SHOULD...

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Get Well Wednesday: Staying Healthy Through The The Winter

[ad_1] WHAT ARE THREE WINTER HEALTH AILMENTS THAT ARE COMMON DURING THIS SEASON? IS THERE A WAY TO AVERT THEM?  The three most common winter health ailments are: The Flu, The Common Cold and Winter Sore Throats. The winter season can be absolutely miserable if you are not prepared. There are no cures for any of these issues but there are ways to alleviate the symptoms if you get sick and there are preventative measures you can take to try to avoid getting sick!  HOW HARD WILL WE BE HIT WITH INFLUENZA THIS YEAR? WHAT ARE SOME SEASONAL SOLUTIONS WE SHOULD...

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Little Known Black History Fact: William And Daisy Myers

[ad_1] Suburbicon, a Hollywood film starring Matt Damon and directed by George Clooney, was partly inspired by real life events of the late ’50’s. William and Daisy Myers, a Black couple, moved to the all-white town of Levittown, Pennsylvania in August 1957 and endured months of harassment and racism before the state moved in to protect them. William, an electrical engineer, and Daisy, an educator, met at Hampton Institute (now University) and decided to move to Levittown, which was billed as a perfect self-contained suburban haven. According to an interview with Clooney, developer William Levitt was a bigot who wouldn’t rent...

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