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Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Katie Ledecky Withdraws From World Championship Heat, Claiming Medical Issue
USA Swimming said Ledecky had to withdraw from a 200-meter preliminary heat about 90 minutes before she was to hit the water, citing medical issues as the reason.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'PUBG' PTS Update Adds Deagle & Ledge Grab on Xbox & PS4 - Patch Notes
"PUBG" has a new console update coming soon, but the latest PTS update on PS4 and Xbox One lets you try it early. Learn more about the Deagle and ledge grab in the patch notes.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Nearly Three-Quarters of White Evangelicals Approve of Donald Trump
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found that 73 percent of white evangelical Christians approve of the job Trump is doing as president, while only 23 percent disapprove.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

WWE Monday Night RAW Results: RAW Reunion Builds To SummerSlam
Becky Lynch is a guest on a Moment of Bliss this week.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Barcelona vs. Chelsea: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Team News and Latest Odds
Barcelona kicks off a two-game road trip to Japan with a game against Chelsea as Antoine Griezmann could make his debut for the Catalans.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Logan Paul Calls Himself 'Ex-Controversial YouTuber,' Says It's 'the Beginning of the End' For Him
Paul's Fox Business interview with Liz Claman jumped from YouTube to pink eye to Paul claiming he's the "quickest man on the planet." He's not.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Rashida Tlaib Says Federal Minimum Wage Should Be $20 per Hour, Not $15
Rep. Rashida Tlaib spoke to a group in Detroit, saying wages should go up beyond the $15 an hour approved by the House last week.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Parts of the New York Subway Are Down (Again), This Time It's a 'Switch Malfunction'
The lines impacted by the switch malfunction include the 2, 3, 4, 5 and F trains. The MTA encourages passengers to take the letter lines instead.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Rush Limbaugh Falsely Claims Kamala Harris and Barack Obama Are Not African American, Rashida Tlaib Is Not a Woman of Color
"How is Rashida Tlaib a person of color?" Limbaugh said. "Obama's not African American."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'No Impropriety' by Trump in Transfer of Nuclear Technology to Saudi Arabia, GOP Probe Concludes
Democrats have previously alleged the administration may have broken federal laws and guidelines in its numerous transfers of U.S. nuclear technology to the Middle Eastern country.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Governor Candidate Calls Himself 'Louisiana's Donald Trump': Supports Trump 'Against These Liberal Lunatics'
Eddie Rispone is a successful businessman and political outsider running for governor in Louisiana. A supporter of the president, he's been called "Louisiana's Donald Trump."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Police Officer Who Suggested Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Should Be Shot Fired From Police Department
The Gretna Police Department on Monday announced that Charlie Rispoli and another officer, Angelo Varisco, who "liked" Rispoli's post, have both been fired.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Pokémon Go' Team Rocket Invasion: How to Catch and Purify Shadow Pokémon
Keep an eye out on PokeStops that are darker and move on their own.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Melania and Donald Trump Will Host Second State Dinner After Obamas Outpace Them
The Obamas had hosted five state dinners by their third year in the White House.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

University of Wisconsin Settles With Former Student Who Claimed Professor Made Her Take Morning After Pill
The university system said a settlement was in the best interest of taxpayers and the school.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

As U.S. and Iran Tensions Get Worse, Iraq Steps In and Tries to Help
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi traveled to Tehran to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in hopes of finding "ways to defuse the current crisis" between the U.S. and Iran.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

As 'Kill Bill 3' Rumors Swirl, Why Uma Thurman Stopped Working with Quentin Tarantino
It was widely believed Tarantino and Thurman would never work together again after the actress revealed the horrible accident on the set of "Kill Bill."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Gay-Owned Club Hosting VIP Fundraiser for Mike Pence and the Republican Party
A private Aspen, Colorado club owned by two gay men is set to host a $35,000-per-couple fundraising event for Vice President Mike Pence Monday evening.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Democrats Are the Real Racists—and Minority Americans Are Taking Note | Opinion
Who are the racists? Who are the patriots? Despite Democrats' desperate attempts to smear Republicans, these questions are far from settled and will play a major role in the 2020 election.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Microsoft to Pay Fine for Bribing Officials From Hungary
The Department of Justice announced that Microsoft Hungary, a subsidiary of Microsoft, "admits, accepts and acknowledges" wrongdoing.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Pizzeria Puts Lost Pet Fliers On Pizza Boxes To Find Missing Animals
"Growing up, we used to have missing children on milk cartons. Why can't the pizza box be the milk carton of today, but for animals?"

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Donald Trump Reportedly Considering Hosting G7 Summit at His Own Golf Resort Blasted as 'Extremely Problematic'
According to Axios, the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami has been picked by the administration as a finalist for hosting next year's G7 summit.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

The Green New Deal Isn't Realistic, but We Can Still Save the Environment | Opinion
Here's what the Green New Deal is estimated to cost. Thankfully, we don't have to rely on pie-in-the-sky proposals to combat climate change.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Today in History: Jeffrey Dahmer, Infamous Milwaukee Cannibal, Was Arrested 28 Years Ago
Dahmer did a number of ghastly things to his victims, including boiling the skin off of their decapitated heads.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Why There Are Rumors About '90 Day Fiancé' Star Pedro Being 'Caught' Cheating on Chantel
Co-star Ashley Martson posted a story on Instagram about the rumors.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Church Takes Over Building That Used To Be An Adult Swingers' Club
The building was previously the location of Club 307, a swingers' club that closed in 2011. "It's a pretty interesting story there, going from that to a church," a representative said.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Teamfight Tactics' Strategy: The Best Items, Builds to Guide You Out of Bronze
Volibear, Kennen and Tristana are just some of the strongest champions

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Overwatch' Sigma Revealed: Hero 31 Uses Black Holes to Crush His Foes
Join Sigma as he loses his mind

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'We Should Send Her Back,' Democrat Says of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow's use of Donald Trump's own words was met with cheers and came as the president has continued to double down and defend his racist tweet.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

If Trump Won't Stand Up to the Saudi Crown Prince, Congress Must | Opinion
It's too late for Jamal Khashoggi. But for the hundreds of people imprisoned on trumped-up charges, the detainees tortured, the Yemeni civilians under attack, and every Saudi woman and girl who has fewer rights than men, there is still hope.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Kellyanne Conway Says Trump Has 'Zero Concerns' About Muller Testifying After President Warns Him 'It Will Be Bad'
"Mueller himself has said that his report is his testimony," Conway said. "That ought to be respected and that ought to be accepted."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Best Summer Books: 30 Last Chance Beach Reads For 2019 Including Thrillers, Space Fiction, Nonfiction and More
Dive into a new world of literature with Newsweek's top 30 picks to read during these final lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Almost 80 Percent of College Students Think Trump's Campaign Likely Had Improper Contact with Russia
Ahead of special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony, a poll also found college students would support Democrats investigating Trump.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Becky': Candace Owens Defends White People From 'Racist Pejorative' Term Used By Ayanna Pressley
Candace Owens appeared to defend white Americans from "racist" verbal attacks, calling out "Squad" congresswoman Ayanna Pressley for referring to Kellyanne Conway as "Becky" earlier this month.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

WWE RAW Reunion: Everyone Scheduled to Appear on Monday Night
D-X, Stone Cold, Hulk Hogan and more scheduled to appear.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Christian Book Distributors Changes Name After Being Confused With CBD, A Chemical In Marijuana
"A person may call up and say, 'Hey, I'm looking for my order'. It's like, 'What did you order?' 'Oh, I ordered gummies.' You don't have the right company.'"

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Students Making Alleged Gun Threats Over Tuition Deadline Could Be Expelled, Prosecuted, Howard University Says
The payment due date came shortly after students were notified of scholarship cancellations, prompting a Change.org petition to call for an extension.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Donald Trump Says He 'Could Win' Afghanistan War 'In A Week' But Doesn't Want to Kill '10 Million People'
"Afghanistan could be wiped off the face of the earth. I don't want to go that route," President Donald Trump said.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Less Due Process Than People Get in Traffic Court': ACLU Promises to Sue Trump Administration Over New Expedited Removal of Immigrants
The Trump administration will fast-track deportation of undocumented immigrants who cannot prove they've been living in the United States for at least two years.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Why '90 Day Fiancé' Star Colt Johnson Asked Ashley Martson if She Wanted a Tomato at Tell-All
"I got a lot of DMs about this..." Martson wrote.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

U.S. and Pakistan: Can Donald Trump and Imran Khan's Tough Ties Turn to Opportunity?
Among the top subjects likely to be discussed by President Donald Trump and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan were counterterrorism, the Afghanistan war, economic aid and China.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Tom Hanks Stars as Mr. Rogers in Movie Based on Tom Junod's Profile: Read What He Had to Say
It covered Fred Rogers' routine, faith and commitment to spreading his message.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

There's a Huge Void at the Edge of the Milky Way and It's Getting Bigger and Emptier
Astronomers have cast new light on a huge, empty expanse of space that surrounds our galaxy known as the Local Void.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Ghost Adventures' Crew To Investigate Real Conjuring House In 2019 Halloween Special
A miniseries throughout October will also focus on "Serial Killer Spirits."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Donald Trump Falsely Claims He Didn't Have 'Talking Points' on Minority Congresswomen, Despite Photos
Photos of the president's prepared remarks show that he did, in fact, have talking points about some of the minority congresswomen he's told to "go back" to their countries.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Bionik's New Nintendo Switch Commuter Bag Lets You Charge On-the-Go
The new accessory comes with a removable 10,000 mAh portable battery.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Copa Libertadores 2019: Round of 16 Schedule, Power Rankings
Palmeiras, Internacional and Cruzeiro top our power rankings, but River Plate and Boca Juniors can't be overlooked.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Will Twitch Ban Alinity? Streamer Throws Cat on Her Channel But Platform Remains Silent
Why won't the live streaming platform ban Alinity's account? This isn't her first controversy.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Ukraine's Comedian President's Party to Have More Control of Parliament Than Any Party in History
The parliamentary elections on Sunday saw Volodymyr Zelenskiy's party win an absolute majority.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Luke P's Brother Says Villain's 'Bachelorette' 'Character' Was Fictional, Amidst Heavy Backlash
It wouldn't be the first time a reality show created a character to bring drama to the screen.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Marriott Slammed for Hosting CBP Conference After Vowing Not to Help U.S. Immigration Officials: 'What's Wrong With You?'
"Marriott is...actively enabling CBP and its profiteer company collaborators to continue to build the deportation machine which is used by both CBP and ICE to terrorize immigrant communities," action group Mijente said.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Storm Loch Ness': After Raiding Area 51, People Want to Hunt the Legendary Monster
The tongue-in-cheek gathering was inspired by the "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" event.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

French Submarine Discovered After Disappearing More Than 50 Years Ago: 'It's the End of a Long Wait and Many Questions'
France's defense minister tweeted: "I am thinking of the families who have waited for so long for this moment."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Ivanka Trump Mocked For Giving 'All White' Dog to Her Daughter
"The dog will fit right in. #itswhiteenough," a former staff member of President Bill Clinton's administration tweeted.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Thinks 'The Act' Is Inaccurate, Won't Meet Joey King, Spokesperson Says
For Blanchard, it's time to put her past behind her.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Georgia Man Gets Flesh-eating Infection After Dip in Gulf of Mexico: 'I Almost Lost My Leg or My Life'
Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare, potentially fatal infection caused by several different types of bacteria.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Kathy Zhu, Pro-Trump Model Stripped of Miss Michigan Title, Defends 'Racist' Tweets: 'We Should Be Empowering Women'
"If you think statistics and facts are racist, I don't know what to tell you," Zhu told CNN host Alisyn Camerota.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'I Can't Emote': Archives Hint at Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia Testimony This Week
Robert Mueller will testify in back-to-back hearings on Wednesday about his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Cruise Ship Company to Blame for Death of Toddler Who Fell From Window, Family Say: 'We Have a Lot of Questions'
Parents Alan and Kimberly Wiegand say they blame Royal Caribbean after their daughter fell from an 11th story window.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Nearly Half of All Fortune 500 Companies Were Founded By Immigrants or Their Children, Study Finds
A recent American economy study found that immigrants and the children of immigrants founded 45 percent of U.S. Fortune 500 companies, amassing $6.1 trillion in annual revenue last year.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

The Milky Way Ate Another Galaxy 10 Billion Years Ago—And We Now Know More About This Cosmic Cannibalism Event
Merger with Gaia Enceladus has allowed scientists to find the original stars from our galaxy's formation.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Trump, Biden, Sanders and Warren: Who's Gaining, Losing Traction With 2020 College Voters?
The 2020 presidential election will be the first time many gen z voters are able to cast a ballot.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Seagull Snatches Pet Chihuahua From Family's Yard, Flies Off With Animal in Its Beak: 'I Have No Idea If He Was Dropped or Where He Is Now'
Dog lovers are desperately searching for the small dog, who has been missing since Sunday afternoon.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

When Will The Heat Wave End? Flash Flood Warnings for Mid-Atlantic, Tennessee Valley and Mississippi Valley, Forecast Updates
Severe thunderstorms will pose a risk to mid-Atlantic through to southern New England until Wednesday.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Probe Launched After Not a Single Girl Among 216 Babies Born in Indian District
Experts fear that sex-selective abortion is skewing the population ratio.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

I'm A Muslim U.S Marine, And I'm Staying, to Make America Great Again. Just Not the Trump Way | Opinion
Trump has me wondering if the America I always thought to be my America ever think the same of me. But I'm not going anywhere.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Which U.S. Hotels Are Refusing to Hold Detained Migrants?: 'Hotels Are Meant to Welcome People…Not Jail Them'
"Immigrants contribute heavily to the hospitality industry, which would suffer without their backbreaking work and commitment to their workplaces," said Unite Here union president D. Taylor.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Storm Area 51: Q&A With Alien Hunter Jason Wright After Joke Facebook Event Prompts Military Warning
Astronomer says he is "not paying much attention to what happens in Area 51."

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Robert Morgenthau and the Central Park Five: Manhattan DA Who Oversaw Conviction and Exoneration of Falsely Accused Black Teenagers Dies Aged 99
Morgenthau served as Manhattan's district attorney for 35 years, dealing with roughly 100,000 cases a year.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Great White Shark Snatches Fish From Young Boy in Terrifying Video
A fellow passenger captured the incredible moment the shark leaped at their boat.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Hindu Priest Brutally Attacked Outside Temple, Faith Groups Blame Trump's Attack on Immigrants: 'This Results in Real Harm Inflicted on Our Communities'
Man in religious attire attacked days after Trump tells four non-white congresswomen to "go back" to their own countries.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Tiny, Adorable and 'Exceedingly Rare' Species of Pocket Shark That Glows in the Dark Discovered by Scientists
"In the history of fisheries science, only two pocket sharks have ever been captured or reported," Henry Bart, director of the Tulane Biodiversity Research Institute, said in a statement.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Invest 94L Tropical Disturbance Map: Trajectory Tracking System Loaded With Moisture Near Bahamas Heading for Florida
The state of Florida is only just recovering from the hottest June on record.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Chinese Swimmer Sun Yang Accuses Rival of 'Disrespecting China' after He Refuses to Share Podium with Him
Australia's Mack Horton finished second behind Sun in the 400m freestyle at the World Aquatics Championship but refused to shake hands with the Chinese athlete.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Hong Kong Leader Criticizes Both Sides After Pro-China Gangs Stage Mass Attack on Subway Passengers
At least 45 people were injured, one critically, after dozens of alleged triad gang members stormed a subway station and began attacking commuters.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-cortez, Rashida Tlaib Question Who Is Really Not 'Capable of Loving Our Country': 'We Fight to Guarantee Healthcare...You Jack up Drug Prices'
"I don't believe the four congresswomen are capable of loving our Country," President Donald Trump said of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Did Ancient Vikings Smoke Pot in North America?
New findings at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland suggest Vikings inhabited the area for centuries longer than scientists previously believed.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Watch Deep Blue, the Giant Great White Shark That Could Be Biggest Ever Filmed, Eating Sperm Whale off Hawaii Coast
The 20-foot-long shark featured in National Geographic's film 'World's Biggest Great White?'

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Gareth Bale to China? Transfer Updates As Welsh Soccer Star Looks to Leave Real Madrid
Zinedine Zidane has made clear Bale's spell at Real Madrid has run its course—but where could the Welshman go?

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Video: Emotional Demolition of Historic First Pasadena State Bank Building as Weeping Spectators Look On
The 12-story building in Texas has been abandoned since 2002.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Florida Man Who Became 'Very Upset and Angry' After Woman He Met at Beach Refused Sex Accused of Robbing Other Women at Hotels
Shane Bayne is accused of a strong of attacks against women in Florida hotel rooms.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Petting Cats Linked to Reduced Stress Levels: 'Just 10 Minutes Can Have a Significant Impact'
A study out of Washington State University suggests petting or playing with pets lowers levels of cortisol, a hormone that increases when we're stressed.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Arizona Museum Fire Containment Map: Flagstaff Evacuations Ordered As Blaze Spreads to 400 Acres
"Our office is in close contact with emergency officials as they work to contain the Museum Fire," Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Specialist Russian Troops May Be Sent to Venezuela to Protect Against American 'Economic Terror,' Moscow Says
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said America's efforts "to topple the legitimate government" were in breach of international law.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Alaska-Bound Cruise Ship Loses All Power at Sea, Forced to Turn Back to Port
Authorities sent a tug guard to escort the cruise ship back to Seattle.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Brooklyn, Queens Power Outage Latest: Thousands of Con Edison Customers Affected by Blackout Caused by Extreme Heat Wave
Con Ed said it was reducing voltage and asked customers to turn off "non-essential" appliances to conserve power.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Florida Officer Shown Kicking Handcuffed Suspect in Head in Viral Video Now Has to Attend Anger Management Classes
Footage has emerged showing how Officer Kwesi Alleyne broke the suspect's nose after claiming he had tripped.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Man Critically Injured by Lightning Strike Prompts Florida Officers to Issue 'When You Hear the Roar, Go Indoors' Warning
"The one gentleman, his whole shirt was burned. There was actually a hole in his shirt where the lightning struck," said one witness.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

Luxury Cruise Ship Rescues 111 Migrants, Including 33 Children, After Their Vessel Started Sinking
The 11-deck Marella Discovery ship encountered the struggling migrant boat off the coast of Greece on Saturday.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

'Pokémon Go' Straw Hat Pikachu Event: Start Time and Everything You Need to Know
Trainers will be able to wear the Straw Hat as well.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

More Younger Adults Being Diagnosed With Colorectal Cancer, Scientists Warn
Rates of colorectal cancer have been rising since the 1970s.

Newsweek
Jul 22, 2019

States with More Gun Owners Have More Murders in the Home, Women Most Common Victims
More needs to be done to protect those at risk of domestic violence, a co-author of the study told "Newsweek."

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Trump's Remarks Against Congresswomen Just a 'Warm Up' Strategy for Attacking Kamala Harris in 2020: MSNBC Guest
Democratic strategist Don Calloway said Trump's attacks on the four Democratic lawmakers is "just the shoot-around or the warm up for" Kamala Harris.

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Recorded Pete Buttigieg Interview Spiked By Nashville Country Radio Station: 'My Employer Decided I Couldn't Air It'
Blair Garner interviewed Buttigieg for roughly 20 minutes on Wednesday during the 2020 candidate's Nashville, Tennessee campaign stop. But now, the interview will not be aired.

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Who Is Eugenia Cooney? 5 Fast Facts About the YouTube Beauty Guru Featured in Shane Dawson Video
She revealed she was recovering from anorexia and bulimia.

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

7 Best Free Things to Do in Berlin
Berlin is awash in fun free things to do - from outdoor karaoke to climbing to the top of the Reichstag.

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

'90 Day Fiancé' Star Nicole Nafziger Is 'Enjoying Life' While Away From Azan Tefou
"Enjoying the sun. Enjoying this pool. Enjoying life in general with my girl and my family."

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Illinois Democratic Party Condemns GOP Group For Sharing Fake Movie Poster Calling Minority Congresswomen 'Jihad Squad'
"Political jihad is their game," the poster's tagline read. "If you don't agree with their socialist ideology, you're racist."

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló Will Not Seek Reelection, But Refuses to Resign
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló will not seek reelection, but refuses to resign per a Facebook live announcement on Sunday.

Newsweek
Jul 21, 2019

Are Ashley Martson and Jay Smith Still Married? Latest Divorce Update on '90 Day Fiancé' Stars
Ashley first filed for divorce in January after she caught Jay cheating on her.

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