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Woman Meets Man on Dating App and is Forced to Be His Getaway Driver When He Robs Bank on Their First Date

Even with all the online dating apps (or perhaps, because of the many online dating apps) finding true love in the age of the internet can be difficult. Just take it from a 40-year-old Massachusetts woman, Shelby Sampson, who thought she’d swiped right on her soul mate only to be conned into robbing a bank on the short-lived couple’s first date. On December 5th, 2016, Sampson agreed to meet up with 33-year-old Christopher Castillo for their first date, and right away, she should’ve known that sh...
Tags: Wtf, Crime, News, Massachusetts, Cnn, Jazz, Rhode Island, Castillo, Sampson, WHDH, Bank Robbery, Really, Bristol County Savings Bank, Christopher Castillo, Shelby Sampson, Bonnie Clyde Unbeknownst


Nigeria: Even Inspite Of Interlocutory Appeal, Lower Court Has Jurisdiction To Hear Substantive Suit: A New Judicial Perspective In Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu v Dr. Sampson Ogah (2016) LPELR – 40845 (CA) - Olumide Babalola LP

Dr. Alex Iziyon, on his own part, had an application seeking to set aside an order of the High Court of Abia State for being an abuse and he also sought a contempt order.
Tags: News, Nigeria, Abia State, Sampson, Olumide Babalola, Alex Iziyon


‘She Was One In A Million’: Hero Dog Who Helped In Over 500 Searches For Lost Pets Has Died

CINCINNATI (CBS Local) — A search dog who worked tirelessly to help others find their missing pets has passed away. “Sam” as she was affectionately called, passed away peacefully by the side of her K9 handler, Jim Berns, a pet detective who searches Cincinnati and surrounding areas for missing cats and dogs. “Samantha was a natural search dog. She loved to go on searches. She was one in a million,” Berns said. “It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of our amazing Samantha. Samanth...
Tags: Facebook, Kim, Offbeat, Alan, Sam, Samantha, Cincinnati, Jim, Sampson, Local TV, SPCA, Berns, CBS Local, MaryAnn, Talkers, Jim Berns


Liberals Do Not Want to Destroy the Family

Or society, for that matter. How did this preposterous idea leap to the forefront of conservative thinking?
Tags: News, David, Blacks, Whites, University of Notre Dame, MASSEY, Kearney, Sampson, Barr, Autor, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis, Robert J, United States Politics and Government, Labor and Jobs, Marriages, Polls and Public Opinion


Ex-England coach charged by FA over alleged racist comment

London (AFP) – Stevenage caretaker manager and former England Women head coach Mark Sampson was Wednesday charged by the Football Association over using allegedly racist language. Sampson, who took interim charge of the club, who... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, London, Sport, Soccer, Fa, Football Association, Mark Sampson, Afp, Sampson, AFP Stevenage


Jeffrey Epstein, a Disputed Autopsy and a Claim of Homicide

Thursday: The latest on the financier's case. Also: how to enjoy — or avoid — the Halloween parade.
Tags: Halloween, News, New York City, Ny, Sampson, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, Baden, Suicides and Suicide Attempts, Greenwich Village (Manhattan, Autopsies, Jeffrey E (1953-, Barbara A, Michael M


NYC Medical Examiner Dismisses Epstein ‘Homicide’ Claim by Dr. Michael Baden

Robyn Beck/ReutersNew York City’s chief medical examiner pushed back hard Wednesday against a celebrity pathologist-for-hire’s conspiracy-stirring claim that Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy was more consistent with homicide than suicide.“The original medical investigation was thorough and complete. There is no reason for a second medical investigation by our office,” said Dr. Barbara Sampson.Sampson determined Epstein died by suicide from hanging in his jail cell in August, while he was awaiting trial...
Tags: Hbo, News, Congress, Australia, Thailand, Nelson Rockefeller, Manhattan, John F Kennedy, Fox News, Martin Luther King Jr, Justice Department, Phil Spector, Aaron Hernandez, J Simpson, Sampson, Jeffrey Epstein


ExploreCSR grants get more women into computer science research

Since 2000, women have earned only one in five computer science doctoral degrees, one of the lowest in all science and engineering disciplines. As part of our efforts to get more women involved in computer science research careers and make them more accessible to everyone, we’re giving our latest round of exploreCSR grants to 24 universities. With these grants, universities will design workshops to encourage and support more women to pursue research careers in CS.Princess Sampson, a sophomore at...
Tags: Education, Atlanta, CS, Black, Southwest, Georgia Tech, Spelman, Sampson, Spelman College, Ayanna Howard, Diversity and Inclusion, Sepi Hejazi Moghadam, Spelbots Spelman


Process has been lengthy and arduous, but San Pedro waterfront plans advance, with groundbreaking set for spring 2020

With an environmental review expected to start soon for the proposed 5,000-seat outdoor amphitheater and some tenant agreements close to signing, plans for the new waterfront development in San Pedro are going as planned, according to both port officials and developers. “We’re on schedule, we should hold our groundbreaking in spring of 2020 and open in the fall of 2021,” said Alan Johnson of Jerico Development. Port of Los Angeles officials agree that timeline remains on schedule. The San Pedro ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Development, Soccer, Alan Johnson, Port Of Los Angeles, Johnson, Local News, East Coast, San Pedro, Sampson, Harbor Boulevard, Harbor Area, Ratkovich Company, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze


Celebrity Christian faith denials present Gospel opportunities

USA (MNN) -- U.S. celebrity Christians issued faith denials and reprimands via social and broadcast media in recent months. Doug Hutchcraft with Ron Hutchcraft Ministries says believers should keep these events in mind if they work with young people. “A lot of young people have a hard time discerning between the messenger and the message,” Hutchcraft observes. “So, when someone [they] respect [and] follow – when they fall it can really do a lot of spiritual damage.” More about Ron Hutch...
Tags: Facebook, Usa, Christ, Franklin Graham, John Cooper, Samaritan, Sampson, Ron Hutchcraft, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Joshua Harris, Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Hillsong, Barna Research, Hutchcraft, Doug Hutchcraft, Marty Sampson


Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 4 Recap

Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 4 Recap In the previous episode of Hulu’s Catch-22, McWatt crashed his plane purposefully after accidentally killing Kid Sampson. Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 4 opened with YoYo answering questions about the incident. Eleven Missions The officers interviewed YoYo about McWatt’s state of mind. They were trying to absolve the US Army of responsibility for their deaths. YoYo made a point to say that the Army was responsible for McWatt’s insanity. Afterwards, he was aske...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nelson Rockefeller, Army, Hulu, US Army, Caliph, Recap, Palermo, Malta, Sicily, TV Recap, Korn, Milo, Sahara, Orr


Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 3 Recap

Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 3 Recap In the previous episode of Hulu’s Catch-22, Clevinger went missing in action, and Minderbinder roped Cathcart into his schemes. In Catch-22 Season 1 Episode 3, YoYo tried to stop the Bologna mission. Lux Laundry Flakes PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping...
Tags: TV, Movies, US, Hulu, Recap, Bologna, TV Recap, Baked Alaska, Milo, Sampson, Cathcart, ComingSoon, Yoyo, Clevinger, Catch 22, de Coverley


Sampson’s 1st win follows Leclerc as Rangers top Cards 7-3

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Adrian Sampson might not always have one-time Texas closer José Leclerc starting in front of him. Worked pretty well this time, though. Sampson got his first career win following Leclerc as the opener in his first major league start, Rougned Odor and Shin-Soo Choo homered in a seven-run second inning and […]
Tags: Texas, News, Sports, Rangers, Arlington, Texas AP, Sampson, Leclerc, Shin Soo Choo, Adrian Sampson, Jose Leclerc


Odor, Choo key Sampson’s 1st win as Rangers top Cards 7-3

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Rougned Odor and Shin-Soo Choo homered in a seven-run second inning, Adrian Sampson got his first career win following opener José Leclerc in his first major league start and the Texas Rangers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-3 on Friday night. Joey Gallo had both his hits in the highest-scoring inning […]
Tags: News, Sports, Rangers, St Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Arlington, Texas AP, Sampson, Shin Soo Choo, Joey Gallo, Adrian Sampson, Jose Leclerc


Exclusive: Hear Two Tracks from Hulu’s ‘Catch-22’ Soundtrack

Lakeshore Records will release Catch-22 – Music From the Original Series digitally on May 17, coinciding with the premiere of the new Hulu miniseries from George Clooney and Grant Heslov. Ahead of that debut, we have two exclusive tracks from the Catch-22 soundtrack below, composed by Rupert Gregson-Williams and Harry Gregson-Williams – marking the brothers’ first collaboration together. Catch-22 Soundtrack – Basecamp At Dawn Catch-22 Soundtrack – John Yossarian Rupert Gregson-Will...
Tags: Movies, Snowden, Italy, Harry, George Clooney, Joseph Heller, Hulu, Lakeshore Records, Sampson, Rupert, Cathcart, Heller, Harry Gregson-Williams, Soundtracks, Yossarian, Catch-22


Seeing Double: ‘Cannonball’ and ‘The Gumball Rally’ Go Head-to-Head Across America

(Welcome to Seeing Double, a series where two strangely similar films released around the same time are put head-to-head. This time, we rev our engines and hit the asphalt with movies about high-speed, fun-filled car races across America.) If someone mentions having seen a movie about a wild and highly illegal cross-country car race you’d most likely think they were referring to 1981’s The Cannonball Run. It’s understandable as the Hal Needham-directed hit is popular, filled with A and B-list c...
Tags: Movies, New York City, America, Features, Roger Ebert, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, Moscow, Warner, Hudson, Roger Corman, Robert, David Carradine, Don Simpson, Ebert, Sampson


She Was Fired After Raising Questions About a DNA Test. Now She’s Getting $1 Million.

Marina Stajic, an official at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, raised concerns that the test could lead to wrongful convictions. Her bosses were livid.
Tags: News, New York City, Barry, Forensic Science, Sampson, Stajic, Scheck, Suits and Litigation (Civil, DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid, Barbara A, Marina (1950-, Office of Chief Medical Examiner


What's the Controversy Over the Baby T. Rex Listed on eBay?

The partial skeleton of a baby Tyrannosaurus rex is for sale on eBay for nearly $3 million. And while it's anyone's guess who (if anyone) will buy the "king of the dinosaurs," the seller is certain of one thing: The specimen will inevitably end up in a museum, he said."I'll guarantee you it will" eventually land in a museum, Alan Detrich, a sculpturist and professional fossil hunter in Kansas who is auctioning the T. rex, told Live Science. According to Detrich, if some billionaire p...
Tags: Science, Montana, Ebay, Berlin, Chicago, South Dakota, Brazil, Kansas, Rex, Jordan, Bob, South Carolina, Charleston, University of Kansas, Larry, Sampson


Coach Kelvin Sampson signs extension to stay with Houston

HOUSTON (AP) — Houston coach Kelvin Sampson has signed a contract extension through the 2024-25 season after helping the Cougars to their best season in 35 years. The move comes after Sampson turned around a downtrodden program and led the Cougars to their first Sweet 16 since 1984. Houston lost to Kentucky 62-58 to end […]
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Ap, College sports, Houston, Cougars, Sampson, Kelvin Sampson


Houston, Buffalo among NCAA’s dangerous lesser-known teams

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Kelvin Sampson had little to work with when he took over as Houston’s coach in 2014. The Cougars hadn’t won an NCAA Tournament game since Hakeem Olajuwon’s final season in 1984, and things didn’t appear to be getting better. “There was a lot of frustration,” Sampson said. “I got frustrated with […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ncaa, Houston, Cougars, Tulsa, Okla AP, Sampson, Hakeem Olajuwon, Kelvin Sampson, Houston Buffalo


Why Is Any Firearm Manufacturer Left In Connecticut?

News from Connecticut: Sen. Gennaro Bizzarro, R-New Britain, said he really “struggled” with his vote, but decided to vote yes. “I sleep with my gun at my side,” Bizzarro said, to protect his family from any possible intruders. But, in the end, he went along with the majority and voted yes. [ … ] While also praising Kristin Song for her advocacy on behalf of her son, Sen. Rob Sampson, R-Wolcott said the bill has “one flaw.” He said that flaw was “you must secure guns in a certain way.” “I don...
Tags: Military, Connecticut, Gun Control, Rob, New Britain, Sampson, Bizzarro, Kristin Song, Ruger Mossberg, Connecticut Gun Laws, Sen Gennaro Bizzarro, Sen Rob Sampson R Wolcott


Gun Controllers Don’t Really Want that ‘Conversation’

Opinion By Larry Keane Gun Controllers Don’t Really Want that ‘Conversation’ USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Time and again, we hear from those advocating for more gun control laws who intone with a sense of moral superiority that we need to have a “conversation” on guns. The goal, they say, is to reduce violence, suggesting that they are somehow more evolved. Yet, just this week, some anti-gun activists and politicians were caught red-handed fantasizing about wanting to shoot politicians and gun rig...
Tags: Maryland, Guns, Fbi, Connecticut, Ben Smith, Nra, Bridgeport, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Leonard, Sampson, Stein, NSSF, Joint Committee, Rob Sampson, Connecticut General Assembly, Gun Rights News


Why are anti-gun activists so violent?

A woman was kicked out of a gun control hearing after texting: If I had a gun, Id blow away Sampson and a large group of NRA. Well, what are you waiting for?
Tags: Guns, Uncategorized, Nra, Sampson


Woman Removed from Gun Control Bill Hearing for Threatening to Shoot NRA Members

Woman Removed from Gun Control Bill Hearing for Threatening to Shoot NRA Members Connecticut – -(AmmoLand.com)- It is being reported that an as yet to be identified woman gun-control activist was removed from a Connecticut gun control hearing Monday after she was spotted sending a text threatening to shoot a Republican lawmaker and NRA members. Woman expelled from gun hearing after being seen sending this text about a state lawmaker. pic.twitter.com/ySVc9Zm9x5 — Mark Davis (@markdavisWTNH) M...
Tags: Guns, Connecticut, Nra, Hartford, Mark Davis, Sampson, Judiciary Committee, Rob Sampson, Gun Rights News, Gun Banners, Mandatory Gun Storage Laws


Opportunity Hub Partners with Capital Factory To Bridge Opportunity Gap

Pre-swag surf group photo of [email protected] students and Spike Lee at Capital One House Over the past several years, tech communities across the United States have attempted to make significant progress towards increasing diversity and inclusion in their industries. Although positive steps have been made, the headway appears to have stagnated or even worsened in some companies and cities. A systems-wide approach to operationalize diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the startup ecosystem is ...
Tags: Google, Startups, News, Microsoft, US, Atlanta, Austin, United States, Fundraising, Spike Lee, Sxsw, Southwest, Inclusion, Springdale, Sampson, HBCU


Sampson’s family feel has No. 9 Houston soaring

HOUSTON (AP) — When Kelvin Sampson coached at Washington State in the late 1980s his son Kellen and daughter Lauren loved for him to read to them before bed each night. The only time dad would miss story time was the night before games when he’d meet with his team late to go over film. […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Houston, Washington State, Lauren, Sampson, Kellen, Kelvin Sampson


How Kelvin Sampson revived his career and turned Houston into a Final Four contender

They are a team with a chance to get to the Final Four,” UConn coach Dan Hurley said. Sampson's circuitous route back to the top included stops with three NBA franchises over six and a half years. That began with a “lifeline” from Gregg Popovich with the Spurs after Sampson left Indiana and continued with more formal three-year assistant coaching stints with both the Milwaukee Bucks (2008-2011) and Houston Rockets (2011-2014).
Tags: News, Indiana, Spurs, Nba, Houston, Houston Rockets, UConn, Milwaukee Bucks, Gregg Popovich, Sampson, Kelvin Sampson, Dan Hurley


Oakland Punk Trio Ötzi Toys With Superstitions Via "Charms" (premiere)

None Part Time Punks Sessions by Ötzi Oakland, California's Ötzi return with the EP Part Time Punk Sessions, recorded in September 2018, after the trio had performed on the famed KXLU radio show of the same name. In the same tradition as the late John Peel's Peel Sessions, Part Time Punk Sessions is hosted by Michael Stock who carefully curates the performances. Emerging from this latest EP is the track "Charms", a two-minute blast of edgy, energetic punk rock that speaks to Ötzi's extreme pun...
Tags: Music, Rock, Portland, John Peel, Oakland, Premiere, Otzi, Sampson, Punk Rock, Starline Social Club, Michael Stock, KXLU, Riot Grrrl, Gina Marie, Oakland Punk Trio Ötzi, Ötzi Oakland California


Lisa Gornick's Playlist for Her Novel "The Peacock Feast"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Lisa Gornick's The Peacock Feast is an epic historical novel that spans three generations and 100 years. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "Gornick braids the lives of three ge...
Tags: Music, Florida, Texas, Washington, John Lennon, San Francisco, Tom Waits, David, Yoko Ono, Leo, Houston, Randall, Long Island, Grateful Dead, Grace, Carlton


Former England Women's coach Mark Sampson apologises for Aluko, Spence remarks

Mark Sampson has apologised for comments made to Eni Aluko and Drew Spence. Mark Sampson, the former England Women's coach, has apologised unreservedly to Eni Aluko and Drew Spence for comments he made while in charge of the national side. Sampson was found in October 2017 to have "on two separate occasions made ill-judged attempts at humour, which, as a matter of law, were discriminatory on the grounds of race," following an inquiry by the independent barrister Katharine Newton. He was sac...
Tags: England, Football, Sport, Story, Eni Aluko, Mark Sampson, Sampson, Drew Spence, Katharine Newton, FIFA Women's World Cup, Aluko Spence, Drew Spence Mark Sampson