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Alabama man beats brother with aluminum baseball bat over Taco Bell An Alabama 19-year-old was arrested after he bashed his twin brother’s head with a baseball bat over a Taco Bell meal. Tyler Tarell Dukes was charged with second-degree assault for the attack and taken to the...
Protests, Vigils Around US Decry White Supremacist Rally Protesters decrying hatred and racism converged around the country on Sunday, saying they felt compelled to counteract the white supremacist rally that spiraled into deadly violence in Virginia. The gatherings spanned from...
Ten Things That Seem Totally Normal to Americans But Confuse the Hell Out of Tourists From Other Countries There's a lot of stuff in this country that seems totally normal to us . . . but confuses the HELL out of tourists who come here from other countries. Here are 10 things...
TAYLOR SWIFT will NOT have to pay $3 million to David Mueller, the former DJ who allegedly groped her during a meet-and-greet four years ago. Mueller had sued her for ruining his career . . . because he was fired after her people complained to his bosses. They claimed he reached...
The Cardinals winning streak ends at 8. In the last of the three-game set, it was a knuckleball from Braves pitcher 42-year-old R.A. Dickey, that set Atlanta up to win the game Sunday 6 to 3. Dickey only allowed the Cards one run and seven hits in seven innings. The Cardinals...
Congratulations Heather, today's Team Rizz member-of-the-day! Every Team Rizz member-of-the-day receives a limited-edition TEAM RIZZ jersey, on-air mentions by The Rizzuto Show on the day you’re selected, an on-demand song request on that day’s show, a personal phone call from a...
Check out the Week 7 results from a new round of Real Or Fake competition! Brought to you by Patricia's - Where fun and fantasy meet and Country Rock Cabaret - the newest “Adult” Party Club in Sauget, Illinois! Here are the boobies in question: Entry 1 RIZZ – FAKE PATRICO – FAKE...
First Borns are the Worst Drivers Younger siblings, take heart: you’re probably a better driver than your parents’ golden child , the first-born. According to a new study, the eldest child in a family is most likely to speed, get fines for motoring offences and have road traffic...