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Jury begins deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial, but no verdict yet

Jury begins deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial, but no verdict yet

Jury deliberations have begun in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial in New York, but the verdict will not come today. The jury, made up of seven men and five women, deliberated for about five hours Tuesday without reaching a verdict and will return Wednesday morning. Weinstein, 67, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual act, two counts…MORE

Ozzy Osbourne cancels North American tour for medical treatments

Ozzy Osbourne cancels North American tour for medical treatments

Ozzy Osbourne has canceled the North American dates of his 2020 “No More Tours 2” to deal with his health issues. The 71-year-old rocker went public last month with his Parkinson’s disease diagnosis. Rather than touring, Osbourne is set to head to Europe for additional treatments. “I’m so thankful that everyone has been patient because…MORE

Lizzo and Harry Styles continue their beautiful musical affair

Lizzo and Harry Styles continue their beautiful musical affair

Lizzo loves Harry Styles, so she’s belting one out for him. The singer hit BBC Radio 1’s “Live Lounge” to perform a cover of Styles’ “Adore You” — and even dropped his name during the tune. The mutual love between the two singers started last December when Styles appeared on “Live Lounge” himself and covered…MORE

‘Alexa, should I watch the Frontline documentary about Jeff Bezos and Amazon?’

‘Alexa, should I watch the Frontline documentary about Jeff Bezos and Amazon?’

“Alexa, should I watch Frontline’s documentary about Jeff Bezos and Amazon?” The instant recognition that question evokes is a reminder of the company’s power and reach, which the PBS program artfully demonstrates in a two-hour documentary that includes interviews with a number of past and current employees. “Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff…MORE

READ: Boy Scouts of America’s open letter to victims of child abuse

READ: Boy Scouts of America’s open letter to victims of child abuse

In an open letter to victims, Jim Turley, the national chair of Boy Scouts of America, said the organization filed for bankruptcy to make sure all the victims of abuse were fairly compensated. This is a full text of his letter: Any incident of child abuse is one too many. As a father, a former…MORE

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