Kim Jong Nam

It was like a plot straight out of a spy novel: 2 female assassins tracked the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un through a busy airport in Sepang, Malaysia on Monday, Feb. 13. The women assassinated 45-year-old Kim Jong Nam in broad daylight without drawing attention to themselves.

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton

Actress Paula Patton called Los Angeles police during a dispute involving Robin Thicke‘s visitation with their son, Julian Fuego.

Patton, 41, accused the “Blurred Lines” singer of violating a restraining order after he demanded to see his son for his court ordered visitation this week.

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immigrants

The Associated Press irresponsibly released a report Friday morning that caused mass confusion and chaos among the immigrant community.

The fake report announced that the Department of Homeland Security was considering using the National Guard to round up “thousands” of illegal immigrants and ship them back to Mexico.

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Spike Lee

Spike Lee, in collaboration with sportswear giant Nike, debuted a new line of anti-Trump sneakers.

The filmmaker showcased the basketball shoes in a photo on Instagram.com on Thursday. The image shows Lee holding up a pair of black Nike high top sneakers emblazoned with the words “RESIST” and “REPEL AGENT ORANGE” on the side.

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Keith Wildhaber

A St. Louis County cop with 22 years on the force is suing the police department for discrimination.

Sgt. Keith Wildhaber, who is openly gay, claims a former St. Louis County Police Board member told him to “tone down your gayness” if he expected to be promoted.

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