Oct 3

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Kim Kardashian Is In NYC With Kanye West

Kim Kardashian West is in NYC and reunited with Kanye West after being gagged and bound at her hands and feet, then handcuffed and held at gunpoint by five armed masked men disguised as police officers. Kardashian and West were followed by a 15-car motorcade and NYPD escort. As previously reported, Kardashian was held at gunpoint, tied up and locked in the bathroom while the assailants, a notorious group called the Pink Panthers, stole millions of dollars' worth of jewelry and two iPhones. According to reports, the gang may have stalked Kim's Snapchat to find out what jewelry she was wearing and where she was staying. According to E!, KUWTK was "not shooting in Paris." The NRA thought it would be cute to make a topical joke out of the whole thing.


New York State AG Tells Donald Trump To Shut It Down

It's a bad start of the week for the Trump campaign. Over the weekend, the Times released its mic drop of a story revealing that Donald Trump lost nearly one billion dollars in 1995 and may have paid no income tax for nearly two decades, according to state papers. Today, New York's attorney general ordered Donald Trump's foundation to stop fundraising in the state over failure to obtain proper certification proving it's an actual charity. The error (read: SCAM) allowed Trump's foundation to avoid state required audits for charities that solicit money from the public.

Adding insult to injury, Trump has pissed off his veteran supporters after saying that vets with PTSD are not "strong." Speaking at a panel for the Retired American Warriors PAC in Virginia, Trump said, "When people come back from war and combat, and they see things that maybe a lot of the folks in this room have seen many times over, and you're strong and you can handle it, but a lot of people can't handle it." DELETE. (via: CNN)


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Petition Calls For Moschino To Remove Pill Apparel

Citing the country's issue drug epidemic, an alcohol and drug counselor from Minneapolis has launched a Change.org petition urging Moschino and the CEOs of Nordstrom (which is selling the collection) to remove pieces from the collection that feature prescription pills and over-the-counter medication labels. (via: Change.org)


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