'The Chosen' $10M crowdfunded show out now: 'Experience Jesus in a way that's never been done before'

"The Chosen" became the largest crowdfunded media project after 16,000 people invested over $10 million into the show. (The Chosen) Just in time for Holy Week. "The Chosen," a new series about the life of Jesus, has become the largest crowdfunding media project after 16,000 people invested over $10 million into the show. The first four episodes are now available on […]

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OJ Simpson ‘INNOCENT’ claims Brit director as new film set to ‘prove star was framed’

OJ Simpson’s dramatic trial is the subject of Brit filmmaker Joshua Newton’s latest work, which sets out to show the former NFL star and actor was the victim of a conspiracy. Called Nicole & OK, the film is the result of 18 months of research, using court documents, witness interviews and testimonies. Joshua claims he has pieced together what really happened in […]

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Woman injured after truck, school bus collide east of Calgary

One woman was transported to hospital on Tuesday after a collision between a pick-up truck and a school bus east of Calgary. STARS Air Ambulance responded to the crash at about 7:30 a.m. It happened about 10 kilometres southwest of Strathmore, Alta. The driver of the pick-up truck, a 29-year-old woman, had to be extricated from her vehicle. She was […]

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Ariana Grande’s Rumored Bisexuality Starts A FIERCE Debate On Twitter!

Fans are still reeling with excitement over Ariana Grande‘s latest single, Monopoly. ICYMI — the songstress dropped the video, a collaboration with her bestie and singer Victoria Monét, on Monday night in the best non-April Fool’s Day joke ever. The self-love anthem truly feels like a hit already, but many fans are conflicted over a line in the song where […]

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Kathie Lee Gifford: I Felt ‘Crippling Loneliness’ After My Husband’s Death

Kathie Lee Gifford is feeling the loss of those who were once her closest companions. The former Today show cohost, 65, admitted to feeling lonely after the death of her husband, Frank Gifford, and her mother, Joan Epstein (née Cuttell), who died in September 2017. “It dawned on me the other day, I’m a widow, I’m an orphan, because my […]

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Families can sue gun maker for Sandy Hook school massacre: court

(Reuters) – Families of schoolchildren gunned down in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre can sue Remington Outdoor Co Inc, a Connecticut court ruled on Thursday, in a setback for gun makers long shielded from liability in mass shootings. In a 4-3 ruling widely expected to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, Connecticut’s highest court found the lawsuit could proceed […]

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BLINDFOLDED axeman cracks open coconuts held by three women in India

Heartstopping footage captures BLINDFOLDED whirling axeman cracking open coconuts held by three women in India The four performers were taking part in a roadshow in Maharashtra, west India  The man used his sharp axe to crack open the coconuts balanced by the women  One balanced the coconut on her feet, one on her stomach and one on her head  This […]

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Ontario securities regulator looking into digital platform Quadriga

TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s main securities regulator said on Friday that it was looking into Quadriga CX, the digital platform whose founder died in December, trapping millions of dollars in cryptocurrencies in its accounts. “Given the potential harm to Ontario investors, we are looking into this matter and have already been in contact with the monitor,” the Ontario Securities Commission […]

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FBI Screening Mail Sent to 'Empire' Cast After Jussie Smollett Attack

The FBI is working with folks on the “Empire” set to track down the person who sent Jussie Smollett a hateful, threatening letter just days before the attack, and they’re also on high alert to prevent dangerous mail and other items from making their way to the cast.  Sources on set tell us a private security company was hired by the show […]

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Brazil court frees Vale and Tuv Sud employees in dam burst case

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice (STJ) has freed five Vale SA and Tuv Sud employees that had been arrested after the burst of a dam in Brumadinho that killed more than 100 people and left more than 200 others unaccounted for. The ruling overturned a lower court decision and set free executives Andre Yassuda, Makoto Namba, Rodrigo […]

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