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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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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Sean Combs

A Miami woman was charged with making false statements to police about hip hop mogul Sean “Puffy” Combs.

Jermelah Jones called police in January and identified herself as Combs’ fiancĂ©e. She claimed the 47-year-old rap producer assaulted her and Combs was being held in his Star Island mansion by his family against his will.

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Tiffany Trump

Tiffany Trump gladly accepted Whoopi Goldberg‘s invite to sit next to her at New York Fashion Week events.

According to the NY Daily News, President Donald Trump‘s youngest daughter was rudely snubbed by hateful fashion editors — most of whom are Hillary Clinton supporters.

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TIME cover

Americans are being bombarded daily with “the sky is falling” headlines about Trump admin resignations or Russian warships off the east coast. It’s clear from all the over-exaggerated headlines that biased journalists — most of whom are Democrats, are having a hard time accepting that their candidate, Hillary Clinton, lost the presidential election.

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Lavontay White Jr

Chicago is reeling from the gang-related triple shooting that left a 2-year-old boy and his 26-year-old uncle dead on Tuesday. Lavontay White, Jr. and his unnamed uncle were passengers in a maroon sedan driven by 20-year-old Breunna Devonte.

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