Steam explosion at VA hospital in Connecticut reportedly kills two

Amish teen killed in upstate New York horse and buggy crash

An Amish teen was killed in a horse and buggy crash in upstate New York on Tuesday night, police said.

Rudy Hershberger, 17, was operating the buggy on a highway in Georgetown when a car struck the carriage from behind, state police said in a press release.

Hershberger was ejected from the buggy onto the roadway and was taken to a nearby hospital, but could not be saved.

The driver of the car, a 19-year-old woman, was not injured in the crash. She tested negative for alcohol and drug impairment, police said.

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Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Good News’ Album Cover Makes A BOLD Statement

Megan Thee Stallion just announced that her new album is dropping next Friday, Nov. 20, and fans are freaking out. She’s been teasing the cover this week, but nothing could have prepared fans for Megan Thee Stallion’s Good News album cover. She’s newspaper-clad, ready to spread the details of new songs to come.

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PAUL THOMAS on… the lockdown defiers

PAUL THOMAS on… the lockdown defiers

To order a print of this Paul Thomas cartoon or one by Pugh, visit or call 0191 6030 178 

CMA Awards 2020 Red Carpet Fashion: See the Stars' Style

Kelsea Ballerini

In a floral adorned Dolce & Gabbana gown. 

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You'll be shocked to learn that Kelly Loeffler remains terrible

Jets claim CB Corey Ballentine a day after being waived by Giants

Corey Ballentine won’t have to go too far to meet his new teammates.

A day after being waived by the Giants, the 24-year-old and second-year cornerback was claimed by the 0-9 Jets.

Ballentine, the Giants’ sixth-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, didn’t receive much playing time under first-year head coach Joe Judge, losing his starting spot after Week 2.

He appeared in 22 total games for the Giants — starting four — while racking up 42 tackles. Ballentine also added 19 kickoff returns for 447 yards in his tenure.

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Jeffrey Toobin Fired by The New Yorker

Jeffrey Toobin has been fired by The New Yorker following an investigation into last month’s incident in which he exposed himself on a Zoom call with his colleagues.

Toobin announced his dismissal in a tweet on Wednesday, writing: “I was fired today by @NewYorker after 27 years as a Staff Writer. I will always love the magazine, will miss my colleagues, and will look forward to reading their work.”

A spokesperson for The New Yorker also confirmed Toobin’s firing. “As a result of our investigation, Jeffrey Toobin is no longer affiliated with the company,” the spokesperson tells Variety.

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Two children among four people wounded in Virginia Beach shooting

Four people — including two children — were wounded in a Virginia Beach shooting on Sunday night, police said.

The shooting occurred on Whitney Court and left all the victims with non-life threatening injuries, the Virginia Beach Police Department wrote on Twitter.

The department described the shooting scene as “very active.”

Additional information was not immediately provided by police.

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Two feel-good MVP stories mask modern technology baffling backwater St. Louis again

A TikToker Figured Out Tayshia's Ex-Husband Is on 'The Bachelorette' Thanks to a Caption Fail

Today in Bachelor Nation Needs to Be Recruited by the FBI ASAP, a fan on TikTok discovered that Tayshia Adams’ ex-husband is set to appear on The Bachelorette—all thanks to a caption fail in an upcoming promo.

Honestly, this video ^^ lays it out better than any of us could, but basically The Bachelorette posted this promo on Twitter:

What's The Big Frigin' Difference?

Don’t let these two almost identical images of Queen Latifah have you feeling blue … Cheer yourself up by seeing if you have what it takes to find all the sneaky switches that have been made to this tricky pic!

The actress and music mogul was seen on set earlier this week in New Jersey, and we have made a few changes to the snap above! Take a really good look around the photos and try your best to see if you can spot the differences between these two super similar snaps!

**HINT — There are THREE differences between the above photographs!**

Alabama’s new Senator-Coach Tuberville doesn’t know the three branches of government [eyeroll emoji]

Steam explosion at VA hospital in Connecticut reportedly kills two

Two people are dead in a steam explosion at the Veteran Affairs Hospital in Connecticut Friday morning, according to a report.

The blast occurred at a maintenance facility at the campus in West Haven, which is separate from the hospital, a source told News 12 Connecticut.

Work was being done there at the time.

The FBI is en route to the scene and state and local police are also responding.

With Post wires

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