Tarantino 'regrets' car-driving scene that left Uma Thurman hurt

Tarantino 'regrets' car-driving scene that left Uma Thurman hurtHollywood director Quentin Tarantino says persuading actress Uma Thurman to perform a car-driving scene on the set of “Kill Bill” — which ended with her in the hospital — is the “biggest regret” of his life. Thurman, 47, in an interview with The New York Times published on Saturday, said she had an enormous fight with Tarantino after the car crashed and accused him of trying to kill her. Tarantino delivered his account of the incident which occurred on set in Mexico in an interview published on Monday in Deadline Hollywood.


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    Pennsylvania Republican Wants Democrats On State Supreme Court Impeached Over Gerrymandering Decision

    Pennsylvania Republican Wants Democrats On State Supreme Court Impeached Over Gerrymandering DecisionA Pennsylvania Republican is calling for the impeachment of five Democrats on the state Supreme Court who ordered lawmakers to draw a new congressional map because the current one so severely benefits the GOP that it violates the Pennsylvania constitution.


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      Defeating Devin Nunes won't be as easy as bashing his ties to Trump

      Defeating Devin Nunes won't be as easy as bashing his ties to TrumpDemocrats angry House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes over the release of a controversial memo are now looking at the possibility of defeating him at the ballot box in the 2018 midterms.


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        Black Lives Matter Activist Who Snatched Confederate Flag Killed In New Orleans

        Black Lives Matter Activist Who Snatched Confederate Flag Killed In New OrleansA Black Lives Matter activist who made headlines last year when he leaped through police tape to grab a Confederate flag away from a protester was fatally shot in New Orleans early Tuesday morning.


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          Two dead, over 200 injured in Taiwan quake

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            Porsche pummeled, Corvettes crushed as Philippines' Duterte shows he's tough on tax-dodging

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              Sweden FM slams China as missing bookseller row escalates

              Sweden FM slams China as missing bookseller row escalatesBEIJING (AP) — Sweden has condemned China's "brutal" detention of Swedish citizen Gui Minhai, escalating a standoff sparked two weeks ago when Chinese agents seized the Hong Kong-based bookseller as he was traveling with Swedish diplomats.


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                A 38-Year-Old Weatherford Teacher Has Died From Flu Complications

                A 38-Year-Old Weatherford Teacher Has Died From Flu ComplicationsShe ultimately died from septic shock in the hospital after being rushed to the emergency room


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                  Former Pope Benedict XVI says he is increasingly frail and in last phase of his life

                  Former Pope Benedict XVI says he is increasingly frail and in last phase of his lifeIn a rare public statement, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has said that he is becoming increasingly frail but is at peace with the prospect of death. Benedict became the first Pope in 600 years to resign from the Seat of St Peter when he stepped down in February 2013. His papacy was dogged by a series of crises and controversies on issues ranging from the widespread abuse of children by Catholic priests to the Church's attitudes to Islam and homosexuality.   The 90-year-old wrote a letter to Corriere della Sera, one of Italy’s leading dailies, in response to queries from readers as to his health and state of mind. The letter, marked “urgent, by hand” was delivered to the newspaper’s offices in Rome from Benedict’s home – “Mater Ecclesiae monastery, V-120, Vatican City.” He was deeply moved that “so many readers want to know how I am spending this last period of my life,” he wrote in the letter, which the newspaper printed on its front page on Wednesday. Pope Benedict XVI resigned in 2013 – the first Pope to do so in 600 years. Credit: AP “I can only say that with the slow waning of my physical forces, I’m on a pilgrimage towards home. “It is a great gift for me to be surrounded, on this last stretch of this sometimes tiring road, by a degree of love and goodwill that I could never have imagined.” He wrote the letter as the fifth anniversary of his historic resignation approaches. Benedict stunned the world, including the Roman Catholic Church and his closest confidantes within the Vatican, when he unexpectedly announced his intention to resign. He made the announcement during a gathering of cardinals in the Vatican, choosing to deliver the bombshell in Latin. Many of the cardinals did not immediately understand what he had said, but the news was picked up by a sharp-eared correspondent from an Italian news agency, who happened to be well versed in Latin and landed herself a worldwide scoop. Since then he has been living in a former monastery within the walls of the Vatican, a few hundred yards from where Pope Francis lives. Benedict has appeared frail and thin during his few public appearances over the last couple of years, although aides say he has lost none of his mental acuity. Pope Francis, his successor, was elected like all popes during a secret conclave of cardinals who gathered in the Sistine Chapel. He is the first non-European pontiff in 1,300 years, the first Jesuit Pope and the first from the Americas.


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                    Brad Ford Outfits New York's Largest Living Room

                    Brad Ford Outfits New York's Largest Living Room


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