close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 11 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Wild videos posted to social media shows mobs of teens and young adults overtaking Chicago streets Wednesday night. The videos showed large groups of teens running through the streets and even jumping on cars. It was happening in the northern part of the city's downtown area. At one point, a video of the chaos was taken just blocks from Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker's mansion, prompting police to stage snow plows to protect the area, according to CWB Chicago. Chicago police said they responded to a crowd of "youths" which were dispersed from a popular beach. At least one arrest was made for open alcohol on the public way. A large group of young people run through the streets of Chicago on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. (Courtesy: Kristina … [Read more...] about Chicago chaos: Wild video shows mob of teens overtaking city streets
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Adrienne Shelly was an actress, a director, a mother, a wife, and a friend, and her life was cut terribly, unthinkably, unjustly short on Nov. 1, 2006, when 19-year-old construction worker Diego Pillco broke into her apartment with intent to rob her and, upon being discovered by Shelly, fatally strangled her and then hung her in the bathroom in an attempt to make it appear that she’d committed suicide. Those are the gruesome details of Shelly’s death, and they’re not shied away from in Adrienne , a new documentary premiering on HBO on Dec. 1 following its debut at the DOC NYC festival on Nov. 14. Yet as directed by her husband, Andy Ostroy, this non-fiction remembrance is less about the horrors of Shelly’s final day than about the inspiring brightness of her life—and, also, the tremendous grief wrought by her untimely demise. Ostroy serves as the on-screen narrator of his late wife’s story in Adrienne , turning the film into both an act of grappling with perversely … [Read more...] about Remembering Adrienne Shelly, the Feminist Filmmaker Murdered in Her New York City Apartment
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Charging documents for the Baltimore man accused of dragging a police officer for several blocks after fleeing from a traffic stop are shedding new light on the sequence of events that led up to the incident. Joseph Black, 36, was behind the wheel of a Mercedes sedan that was pulled over for a traffic infraction Tuesday evening in the 5100 block of Park Heights Avenue, according to the court documents obtained Thursday by WJZ. READ MORE: Jackson Sworn In, Becomes First Black Woman On Supreme Court The court documents state that two officers—identified as Sergeant Ramberg and Detective Dow—were speaking with Black when Ramberg pointed out a gun on the floor board of the Mercedes. Ramberg then asked Black to exit the car. It was then, the records allege, that Black shifted the car into drive and drove away with Ramberg hanging onto the driver’s door. He clung to the sedan for two blocks before it veered into another lane and sideswiped a parked car, … [Read more...] about Gun Spotted In Driver’s Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents Say
What is considered "normal wear and tear?" The one thought on every renter's mind on move-out day (aside from "How the heck am I going to get this sofa through the front door?") has to do with the security deposit. Will you ever see that money again? According to most leases, your only hope is to return your apartment in the same condition as when you took possession, beyond "normal wear and tear." Still, though, this raises the question: What exactly is normal wear and tear, and what crosses the line? Read on to learn just what you need to fix, and what you can let slide. What qualifies as ‘normal wear and tear’ Unfortunately, when it comes to pinpointing wear and tear, there's no specific laundry list of flaws that landlords will find acceptable to leave behind. It helps to think in terms of things you encounter in your own home on a daily basis. "Have you ever put a nail in the wall to hang a picture or scuffed the wall carrying in groceries?" asks Trent Zachmann, … [Read more...] about What’s Considered ‘Normal Wear and Tear’ in a Rental?
NEW YORK (AP) — Mary J. Blige’s 2022 is going pretty well. Her new album landed in the top 10 of Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and she was featured at the Super Bowl halftime show. Now she's been tapped for a concert like no other. Blige will host a one-night-only live performance to celebrate her life and music that will be available to stream exclusively on Apple Music in over 165 countries. The concert is set for July 27 at 10 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. PDT. “The last year of my career in particular has been an exciting ride,” Blige said in a statement. ”It feels amazing to take this opportunity to celebrate, reflect and have an intimate night with my fans through this platform Apple Music is providing me.” Blige’s Apple Music Live concert will be held at New York City's United Palace Theatre, in Manhattan's Washington Heights neighborhood. Fans in the greater New York region have the opportunity to register for free for a chance to be in the room when it happens. The … [Read more...] about Mary J. Blige is next artist in Apple Music concert series
0 Politics & Government The legislation is expected to be signed into law by President Joe Biden following Senate passage as early as Thursday. Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted Reply Daily Montanan March 13, 2022 Vulnerable lawmakers from throughout the country are set to rake in federal cash for home-state projects after a major spending bill included the first round of earmarks in more than a decade. Members from both political parties began requesting thousands of projects last year when U.S. House and Senate leaders resurrected what’s called “member-directed spending” — resulting in billions of dollars in earmarks spread across Congress. Leaders also overhauled the process with new oversight mechanisms and guardrails to prevent the type of scandals that plagued the earmarks process — known derisively as “pork-barrel spending” — in years past. Based on the flood of celebrations, tweets and press … [Read more...] about Return Of Earmarks A Boon For Members Of Congress Facing Midterm Battles