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Texans QB Deshaun Watson faces a second lawsuit from another massage therapist

Man arrested for gun offenses near vice president's official residence: Police

A man was arrested Wednesday for gun and ammunition offenses near the official vice president’s residence on the grounds of the Naval Observatory in Washington, police said.

According to the Metropolitan Police Department, 31-year-old Paul Murray, of San Antonio, Texas, was detained by Secret Service and arrested. A rifle and ammunition were recovered in his vehicle, police said.

Vice President Kamala Harris is not living at the residence while it’s undergoing renovations. She is residing at Blair House.

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Google is using RADAR to find out how well you sleep at night

GOOGLE is using radar to find out how well you sleep at night.

Its tracking technology, originally developed for the military, is able to monitor movement and breathing in bed.

The small-scale Soli radar tech, which Google uses for gesture control on phones, is in the latest version of its Nest Hub smart speaker, being marketed as a health monitoring device.

It also detects coughing and snoring with its mic, while other sensors spot changes in lighting and temperature.

A detailed analysis of your sleep will be available every morning.

As it will be used in the bedroom, the tech giant removed the camera found in other Hub versions.

It also stresses sleep-tracking is optional on the £89.99 device.

But critics suggest radar may scare off privacy-minded users.

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Man detained near Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence with rifle, ammunition in his car

WASHINGTON — D.C. Police detained a man near the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday on charges of carrying weapons, D.C. Police said.

The man, 31-year-old Paul Murray of San Antonio, Texas, was stopped by Secret Service agents near the Naval Observatory, the vice presidential residence, in Washington. The weapons were recovered from his car.

Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff have been staying at Blair House, some distance away, near the White House, while renovations are taking place at the vice president’s residence.

Murray was stopped following identification from a Texas intelligence bulletin, D.C. Police said. He was charged with carrying a large-capacity ammunition-feeding device, a dangerous weapon, a rifle and unregistered ammunition. He was arrested just after noon.

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Texans QB Deshaun Watson faces a second lawsuit from another massage therapist

Less than 24 hours after a female massage therapist filed a lawsuit accusing Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct, a second woman has filed a lawsuit with similar claims.

The second lawsuit, which was filed Wednesday, claims that Watson exposed himself to the unnamed woman – a masseuse who lives in Atlanta – during a massage session at The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa on Aug. 28. Both women are represented by the same Houston-based attorney and former Houston mayoral candidate Tony Buzbee.

Watson issued a statement on social media Tuesday night in response to the first lawsuit, claiming in part that Buzbee had made a "baseless six-figure settlement demand" prior to filing the court records. The 25-year-old quarterback also denied wrongdoing and said he looked forward to "clearing my name."

"I have never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect," Watson wrote in the statement.