• Prosecutors in Washington will consider charging an 18-year-old woman who pushed her teenage friend off a bridge, sending her plummeting 60 feet to the river below and leaving her with multiple injuries, officials said Tuesday. Clark County Major Crimes unit investigators wrapped up their probe of the incident that occurred earlier this month at the Moulton Falls Bridge near Vancouver, Washington, and are turning over their findings to prosecutors, said Brent Waddell, a spokesman for the Clark County Sheriff's Office. "The case will be forwarded to the Clark County Prosecutor's Office for appropriate charging," Waddell said in a statement.

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  • Saudia Shuler was charged with six counts of wire fraud, one count of theft of government funds, and two counts of Social Security fraud, according to CBS Philly.

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  • "I've gotta finally treat myself," NFL veteran Rob Gronkowski realized. "It's been eight years."

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  • Former White House aide and reality TV star Omarosa Manigault Newman claims

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  • Jennifer Lawrence Is 'Happy' with Boyfriend Cooke Maroney

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  • In order to live off $213,000 a year in gross passive income in expensive San Francisco, we own a relatively humble 1,920 square foot, three bedroom, two bathroom home and drive a car worth less than 1/10th our gross income. $213,000 a year might sound like a lot to you, but the median home price in San Francisco is roughly $1,600,000, or almost eight times our annual passive income. For a family of three in 2018, the Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] declared income of $105,700 or below as "low income." Therefore, I consider us firmly in the middle class. As a result, we've got four years before he's eligible for kindergarten to try and earn another $30,000+ a year in passive income.

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  • Florida International University has released time-lapse videos of its pedestrian bridge being installed and collapsing on a busy road- the public’s closest view yet of the deadly accident and the days leading up to it. Clearly seen on the videos are at least four workers standing atop the bridge moments before it fell. The workers were using a jack to re-tension, or tighten, the steel rods that ran through a crucial concrete support truss at the bridge’s north end. Their actions may have caused the bridge - which was already developing alarming cracks - to come crashing down. Who ordered the construction crew up there - and why - remains unclear. That information may be contained in documents

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