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DETROIT — Aretha Franklin's son was severely beaten at a gas station in Detroit, the singing legend's spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Eddie Franklin, who is in his 50s, was attacked Monday night, Gwendolyn Quinn said in a statement. A witness said two men and a woman may have been involved in the attack, according to the statement, which did not identify the witness or address a possible…Continue
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Montserrat said goodbye to its favourite son yesterday. Half the island's 5,000 population packed into the Cultural Centre to give thanks for the life of Alphonsus 'Arrow' Cassell in a service which – although sombre - had real moments of warm humour.…Continue
Do you think women who are HIV-positive should be allowed to have children? Should there be laws that stop them from having children? I, personally, think that one should think about the unborn children first.
— Just Wondering
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Universal human rights must be extended to everyone. The…
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In protest of what it calls a religion "of the devil," a nondenominational church in Gainesville, Florida, plans to host an "International Burn a Quran Day" on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks.
The Dove World Outreach Center says it is hosting the event to remember 9/11 victims and take a stand against Islam. With promotions on its website and Facebook page,…Continue
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Taking a break from her "Battleship" movie-making efforts, Rihanna enjoyed a little fun in the sun in Honolulu, Hawaii over the holiday weekend (September 5).
Proudly showing off her bikini body (along with her numerous tattoos), the "Don't Stop the Music" songstress attempted paddle surfing and kayaking before opting to splash around the Pacific waters with her friends and family.
Hooliganism is rare in tennis, on the courts or in the stands. So when a heated argument turned into a brief melee Thursday night in the upper reaches of Arthur Ashe Stadium — and two men tumbled down a few rows of $45 seats — it was captured by fans with camera phones,
The fight was not bloody and none of the three combatants were seriously injured.
Still, one of the videos has been viewed on…Continue