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Officers responded to a 911 call about a residential disturbance, and when they arrived, things went haywire. The dispatcher also heard someone say "get the police here now", The Blast explains. News that officers arrested an "extremely intoxicated" Locklear for allegedly assaulting a police officer at her home. Last week, Locklear was hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation after she allegedly threatened to "shoot herself".
  • Harry Kane's last minute header hands England win against Tunisia

    Harry Kane's last minute header hands England win against Tunisia

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    Gareth Southgate's side earned a deserved last-minute 2-1 win over Tunisia in their Group G opener on Monday after Harry's Kane's brace, with VAR again in the spotlight. "In a World Cup , you're never sure how it's going to go and in recent years the first games have always been hard". England seemed destined for a familiar hard-luck story - dominance with little to show for it.
  • AMC unveils $20-a-month rival to MoviePass

    AMC unveils $20-a-month rival to MoviePass

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    This new service serves as a rival to MoviePass, which has made a big splash over the last handful of months by allowing people to see a movie a day for a $9.95 monthly subscription fee. MoviePass has attracted 3 million members, but the stock price of the service's parent company, Helios and Matheson, has dropped from $38 a share to 44 cents a share.
  • Ronaldo's Portugal kick out Morocco from World Cup

    Ronaldo's Portugal kick out Morocco from World Cup

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    A Cristiano Ronaldo 4 minute header separated the two sides. Morocco, playing in its first World Cup in 20 years, linked play neatly through midfield but relied on set pieces for its clearest chances - a growing theme at this year's tournament.
  • Instagram Unveils New Long-Form Video Hub

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    Instagram has spent the week meeting with online content creators to encourage them to prepare videos closer to 10-minute YouTube vlogs than the 1-minute maximum videos the app allows today. IGTV initially won't feature ads and the company isn't paying creators directly to use the feature. In this case, Instagram is mimicking Google's YouTube.
  • Costa grabs lucky goal as relieved Spain edges Iran

    Costa grabs lucky goal as relieved Spain edges Iran

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    It took Spain the entirety of the first half to come to terms with Iran's defensive zealotry; space was restricted and constricted, but with unusual fury, speed and aggression. Only Ronaldo has more goals at the current World Cup , with four. " Everybody knows that Spain is one of the greatest teams in football history, and one thing that we can guarantee is that the Spanish team will not have an easy time against us ", he told reporters.
  • England's Kane aiming to reach Ronaldo, Messi levels with World Cup performances

    England's Kane aiming to reach Ronaldo, Messi levels with World Cup performances

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    It's good to have variety; it will become hard the further England get if they are always singing the same song. "Poch texted me after the game". England manager Gareth Southgate was also the subject of much questioning by Google users, with questions such as "What watch does Gareth Southgate wear?" and "When did Gareth Southgate miss the penalty?" among the top five searches.
  • Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1: Kolarov stunner seals points

    Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1: Kolarov stunner seals points

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    Mitrović is taking part in his first ever World Cup and will be eager to open his account with a goal against Costa Rica . Tadic , 29, came into the tournament after an inconsistent season, but one he finished strongly, providing three assists in his final seven games.
  • Starbucks to Close More Stores Amid Glut of Coffee Shops

    Starbucks to Close More Stores Amid Glut of Coffee Shops

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    The Seattle-based company announced Tuesday that it will close approximately 150 underperforming stores in its most densely populated USA markets amid sluggish sales - up from its usual rate of 50 per year. Starbucks shares slipped almost 2 percent in after-hours trading. The company says it is closing 150 locations in 2019. "We must move faster to address the more rapidly changing preferences and needs of our customers", Kevin Johnson , Starbucks' CEO, said in a statement .
  • Meghan Markle's father: She's wanted children for a long time

    Meghan Markle's father: She's wanted children for a long time

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    The annual five-day horse-racing event requires quite the strict dress code , including asking all ladies to cover their shoulders and wear hats and name tags. Racegoers often wear big and bold hats on the first day of the races at Royal Ascot, and this year was no exception. Prince Charles , Prince of Wales, Camilla , Duchess of Cornwall and Meghan , Duchess of Sussex attend The Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration held at Buckingham Palace on May 22, 2018 in London, ...
  • Ronaldo saves the day as lacklustre Portugal edges Morocco

    Ronaldo saves the day as lacklustre Portugal edges Morocco

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    It's all about Ronaldo. "It is a privilege for us to have Ronaldo in our team ". Do you think Morocco will be able to cause Portugal any problems on Wednesday? Herve Renard's Atlas Lions will no doubt be frustrated by the manner of their consecutive defeats after showing real promise but no end product in the final third - while goalkeeper Rui Patricio was in fine form for the European champions.
  • Trump says criminals use children to enter US

    Trump says criminals use children to enter US

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    Not on my watch". " Separating families is not mandated by law at all - that is an outright lie", Clinton said during remarks at an event in NY. The emotional policy of separating children from their parents is also starting to divide Republicans and their allies as Democrats turn up the pressure.
  • Alan Shearer dropped the truth after Harry Kane scored against Tunisia

    Alan Shearer dropped the truth after Harry Kane scored against Tunisia

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    Starting line-ups Tunisia: Mouez Hassen , Syam Ben Youssef, Yassine Meriah, Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, Ali Maaloul, Dylan Bronn, Ellyes Skhiri, Ferjani Sassi, Naim Sliti, Wahbi Khazri (capt), Anice Badri . Kane came to the rescue in the end, but England need to be better than this if they have to have a chance of reaching the latter stages. England's players later thought they deserved a similar call when Kane was brought down in the opposite penalty area, but the referee ...
  • Selection and tactical dilemma derail Germany’s opening move against Mexico

    Selection and tactical dilemma derail Germany’s opening move against Mexico

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    With the win, Mexico is now in charge of its own destiny; with another victory in its last two games, it could advance to the knockout stage as the group champion, avoiding a second-round matchup with Brazil . Germany , meanwhile, has to regroup. Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos joined Hummels in demanding an improved performance when Germany take on South Korea on Wednesday in Kazan.
  • YouTube launches premium services in the UK

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    Today Google is launching YouTube Music and YouTube Premium in the United Kingdom as well as 12 other countries. There's also the option of a £14.99 Family Plan , allowing multiple users access to the service. YouTube Premium is also launching today. A dedicated Hotlist screen has the hottest new videos, as you'd expect from YouTube , with today's fare including IAMDDB, George Ezra and Nao.
  • Kane rescues England with injury-time victor against Tunisia

    Kane rescues England with injury-time victor against Tunisia

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    England will try to get off to a better start in the 2018 FIFA World Cup than it did in the 2014 tournament when it opens Group G play against Tunisia at 1 p.m. England boss Gareth Southgate says he would have been proud of his players' performance even if they had drawn their World Cup opener against Tunisia .
  • Sweden South Korea in World Cup spying row

    Sweden South Korea in World Cup spying row

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    The South Koreans are next in action against Mexico on Saturday, before finishing off their group-stage campaign against Germany on June 27. For all their superior possession numbers early, South Korea made just one shot attempt, and none on target, in the first half, while Sweden had eight attempts, with two on target.
  • 'Stranger Things' Kids Attend MTV Awards Sans Millie Bobby Brown

    'Stranger Things' Kids Attend MTV Awards Sans Millie Bobby Brown

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    In an Instagram video, Brown, who showed off crutches and a knee brace, apologized to fans for missing the big event. The MTV Awards will be hosted by Tiffany Haddish and take place on Tuesday in L.A. "I'll be there in spirit!" Millie Bobby Brown has deactivated her Twitter account after becoming the target of a cruel hashtag and meme. She hasn't tweeted from the account since December 2017.
  • Denmark edge Peru after early penalty drama

    Denmark edge Peru after early penalty drama

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    Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Christian Eriksen had an otherwise quiet outing but provided the decisive moment when he threaded an immaculate pass through the defence for Poulsen to beat advancing Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese in the 59th minute.
  • Roberto Carlos backs Willian to be World Cup hero for Brazil

    Roberto Carlos backs Willian to be World Cup hero for Brazil

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    Fans hold up letters spelling out Mexico during their team's match against Germany in Moscow, Russia , on Monday. The Paris Saint-Germain star has been battling back from injury, having suffered a fractured metatarsal and sprained ankle in February, but the 26-year-old is expected to start on Sunday when five-time world champions Brazil face Group E rivals Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don.