Monthly Archives - July 2018

Carlos Ponce dice que “vio clarito” la imagen de Jesucristo en un camino de tierra

*El actor y cantante boricua compartió la imagen en un video de su cuenta de Instagram *El peculiar hecho tuvo lugar cerca de un set de filmación en Colombia   El actor puertorriqueño Carlos Ponce ha compartido un video en redes sociales mostrando la supuesta aparición del rostro de Jesucristo en un camino de tierra. El actor se encuentra en Colombia filmando una película.       Según explica Ponce, el actor Jason Day –con quien actualmente trabaja– le advirtió sobre la singular [...]

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Giants hope quiet deadline inspires confidence in team

SAN DIEGO–The non-waiver trade deadline is approaching at 1 p.m. Tuesday and the San Francisco Giants have yet to make a move. Fewer than 90 minutes before the deadline, manager Bruce Bochy said it’s “all quiet on the western front,” in the Giants clubhouse and he anticipates the 25 players on the roster now are the 25 players he’ll start Tuesday’s game with in San Diego. Right fielder Andrew McCutchen’s name has come up in trade speculation in the [...]

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Carr Fire, Ferguson Fire and beyond: Photos from the wildfires across California

The Carr Fire, the Mendocino Complex Fire, the Cranston Fire, the Ferguson Fire and more recent wildfires have been scorching tens of thousands of acres all around California. In Northern California, six people have been killed due to the Carr Fire, which has grown to nearly 100,000 acres. The fire near Redding has forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate. The Mendocino Complex fire, comprised of two smaller fires known as the River and Ranch fires, continues to [...]

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Boy, 5, Three Adults Shot Dead in Queens

Four people, including a 5-year-old boy, were found fatally shot in a Queens home on Monday night in what investigators suspect was a domestic violence incident, according to law-enforcement officials. New York City Police Department officers responded at about 8:53 p.m. to a first-floor apartment in a building on 30th Drive in the neighborhood of Astoria. “Upon… Source link

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Instagram: Thalía luce irreconocible en foto y fans la acusan de usar botox | México | Cantante | Espectaculos

La cantante Thalía quiso presumir su maquillaje en Instagram, pero otro detalle se robó la atención de sus seguidores. Y es que sus fans aseguraron que la también actriz luce irreconocible por el exceso de botox. En la instantánea, la cantante luce un vestido blanco, el cabello recogido en un moño alto y en el primer plano está su llamativo lápiz labial. “Besos y más besos”, escribió Thalía junto a la imagen. PUEDES VER Thalía se suma a la fiebre [...]

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From custom suits to jail duds. Now trial begins

By Rachel Weiner and Tom Hamburger Two years ago, Paul Manafort was on top of the world. He could stay in condos at Manhattan’s Trump Tower or along the waterfront in Alexandria, Virginia, at his Hamptons compound or his mansion inside a gated Palm Beach country club. His suits were custom-made by expensive tailors. He was leading the campaign of the next president of the United States. Start your day with the news you need from the Bay Area and beyond. [...]

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Carr Fire burning in Shasta County grows to 98,724 acres; 20 percent contained

REDDING, Calif. (KGO) — The Carr Fire has spread to 98,724, reducing many homes to little more than rubble. There has been bit of relief for firefighters, containment has more than tripled from over the weekend to now nearly 20 percent. VIDEO: Drive through Carr Fire near Redding reveals apocalyptic scenes “I used to fight fires back in the 1970s and 1980s. I’ve never seen anything like this. It just went any direction it wanted to,” said Mark Chumley. Many [...]

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Draper Scout rescued from Wyoming mountains, reunited with family

PINEDALE, Wyoming — A small group of people searching for a missing Draper teen told him it was “a miracle” they found him Sunday evening, the teen recalled Monday. Garrett Hunter, 13, was located in “tough terrain” about 1 mile away from his original camp in a drainage area near Junction Lake southeast of Shoshone National Forest, according to Sublette County Sheriff’s Sgt. Travis Bingham. The group that found him — four members of The Church of Jesus Christ of [...]

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