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Legendary mixed martial arts fighter Randy Couture is recovering from a heart attack he suffered Wednesday. Couture, who currently works for ESPN, is said to be doing well.

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was pressed by Chris Wallace, the “Fox News Sunday” host, who asked Mulvaney why he said “that aid to Ukraine depended on investigating the Democrats” at a recent press conference. Mulvaney denied that’s what he said, however.

In the Netflix series “Living With Yourself,” New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is shown exiting a strip mall shop called the “Top Happy Spa,” where he interacts with Paul Rudd in a scene. Some see the scene as a knock on Pats owner Bob Kraft, who was charged with misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution at a Florida strip mall in February, though Brady vehemently denies that was his intent.

A photo of three University of Mississippi students posing with guns in front of the bullet-riddled Emmett Till memorial was uncovered recently, sparking outrage and a push to replace it. That will happen Saturday when a new marker will be unveiled and be protected by a gate and security cameras.

Elijah E. Cummings, the Maryland Democrat who has often verbally feuded with President Trump over several issues, died at the John’s Hopkins’ affiliated Gilchrist Hospice Care at 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning.

British fashion retailer Ted Baker announced that Rachel Osborne will become the company’s new finance chief once she steps down from the same position at Debenhams, after a year as CEO at the department store chain.

A daredevil dubbed the ‘French Spider-Man’ is facing fines after getting nabbed Saturday for climbing a 500-foot tower in Germany.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he will attend the enthronement ceremony of Japanese Emperor Naruhito. The event is scheduled for October 22nd as part of a tour to the Middle East and Asia.

Disney guests glided through the air via 300 colorful gondolas between resorts, Hollywood Studios and Epcot Center, with some getting whole cars to themselves as word has only started to spread about the new tram service at the Orlando Park.

Over 16,000 college basketball fans attended Friday night’s “Late Night in the Phog” gathering at the University of Kansas during which Snoop Dogg performed unedited versions of some of his top songs. School AD Jeff Long later apologized if anyone was offended by the hip hop star’s portion of the event.


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