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California man intentionally rammed vehicle with 6 teens inside, killing 3, officers allege

The California Highway Patrol said Monday that a driver intentionally rammed his vehicle into a Toyota Prius that was filled with teenagers, causing a fatal crash that killed three boys in Temescal Valley.

The crash was reported shortly before 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, near the intersection of Temescal Canyon Road and Trilogy Parkway.

Investigators determined that two vehicles were traveling southbound on Temescal Canyon when the driver of a white Infiniti, later identified as 42-year-old Anurag Chandra, of Corona, intentionally struck the Prius, causing it to slam into a tree, the CHP said.

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Anurag Chandra was arrested after the deadly crash. (Riverside County Sheriff’s Department)

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The crash left three teenage boys dead and three others injured.

“It was an intentional act,” CHP Lt. David Yokley told reporters at a news conference Monday. “Our investigation led us to believe Mr. Chandra intentionally rammed the Prius, causing the driver to lose control.”

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The Prius was occupied by six juveniles at the time of the collision, three of which became trapped inside the vehicle after it struck the tree.

Firefighters freed some teens trapped in the car. One boy died at the scene, while two others were pronounced dead while en route to the hospital, officials said. Their names were not immediately released.

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Gun rights activist Colion Noir: Virginia gun control legislation is all about power

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Gun rights activist Colion Noir told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday that gun control legislation like the bills currently under consideration in Virginia affects minorities the most.

“The irony is, when they talk about gun control, where do you think they’re going to implement these laws the most? They’re going to implement them in the minority cities,” Noir said. “So they like to bring up the idea and the issue of race and how all of these white supremacist gun owners are going to come and start shooting people. Yet the people most affected by these gun control laws are the very people that they’re trying to manipulate to not exercise their rights.”

Noir was reacting to the massive gun-rights rally in Richmond, where thousands of people from across the country protested a push by Democrats in the commonwealth to pass more comprehensive gun control laws.

“When it comes to these politicians who are anti-gun when it comes to talking about issues that they’re even not doing that well on or things that they just don’t want to address, they always pivot to gun control because they see it as one of the easiest things to talk about,” Noir said on “Because they like to frame it under the guise of all of, ‘these crazy gun owners out here, we got to get the guns off the streets.'”

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The bills that sailed through the Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee last week would require background checks on all firearms purchases; allow law enforcement to temporarily remove guns from people deemed to be a risk to themselves or others; limit handgun purchases to one a month, and let localities decide whether to ban weapons from certain events. The bills still have to pass the full Senate and House of Delegates — both controlled by Democrats — before going to Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam for his signature.

“We conclude that these gun control laws, all of these measures have nothing to do with actual safety. This has nothing to do with saving lives,” Noir said. “It is about accumulation of power and control. That’s what this is about. And it’s always been that way.”

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“When you own a firearm and you are a citizen who owns a firearm, you don’t completely and wholly depend on the government for your own safety,” he added. “You’ve now empowered yourself in taking safety into your own hands.”

Fox News’ Barnini Chakraborty and Greg Norman contributed to this report.

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Tucker Carlson: Trump must pledge to ‘improve people’s lives’ to be sworn in for second term this time next year

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With exactly one year to go before the next presidential inauguration, Tucker Carlson said Monday that campaigning against the leftward lurch of the Democratic Party is not enough to ensure President Trump will win a second term.

“America remains as divided as it was three years ago,” he said Monday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“Trump could lose. Will he lose? That depends entirely on what he runs on,” he added, noting that many Republicans wrongly feel assured they will claim an easy victory in November because of the “freak show” in the Democratic Party, where “elderly socialists are accusing each other of Thought Crimes.”

Carlson recalled that Trump won in 2016 not by telling voters what he was against, but instead what he was for.

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The Republican’s “Make America Great Again” slogan embodied that spirit, the host said, adding that Trump told Americans that people who run the country are “clueless,” do not care about the working class, and had “screwed up foreign policy [and] left the door open on our southern border.”

According to Carlson, voters responded to Trump’s message of improving the economy, securing the border, and embracing American nationalism over globalism.

While the economy and overall unemployment numbers are trending positively, nearly half of lower-income Republicans say economic conditions were still hurting them personally, according to a recent poll.

“Keep in mind, these aren’t sociology professors from the Oberlin faculty lounge,”  Carlson said. “This is the president’s core, it’s his base. Why do they feel that way? It’s not personal. It’s just really simple.”

According to the host, the costs of basic necessities — like housing, education and health care — continue to rise faster than wages.

“The candidate who makes it easier for 30-year-olds to get married and have kids will win the election. … Improve people’s lives and they will vote for you, period,” he said. “Republicans ought to write that on their hands.”

Carlson stated that focusing on the “lunacy” in the Democratic Party will distract from the true needs of Americans. While Trump and Republicans in Congress can successfully make the case that Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., plans to transform American into a socialist country, that will not be enough to win.

Without a positive message from the right, Carlson said, Sanders’ promises of student loan forgiveness and a long list of new entitlements will energize many young Americans — including Trump voters — to back him if he is the Democratic nominee.

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“Democrats are waging the most aggressive possible campaign against everything normal people think is virtuous. They are promising to undo our justice system, empty our prisons,” he said. “They think so little of this country that they are pledging to open our borders to the world: ‘Every impoverished nation on Earth welcomed here for free health care paid for by you.’

“They want Americans sorted into creepy little categories by their DNA, judged or ordered punished by the basis of their sex and skin color,” Carlson went on. “They don’t simply deny the existence of biological sex, they’re trying to force you to deny it too — you’ll be fired if you disagree or have your kids taken from you. Democrats aren’t promising change. They are promising revolution.”

Normal Americans, Carlson continued, do not want a radical transformation back to “Year Zero,” but instead they just want “things to get better.”

“The candidate who promises to make them better incrementally but tangibly will be inaugurated president a year from today.”

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Tom Brady ‘open-minded’ about future as return to Patriots becomes more uncertain

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Tom Brady’s status for 2020 is the underlying storyline as the NFL prepares for Super Bowl LIV.

Brady has been adamant about playing until he’s 45 years old, which means at least two more seasons and two more chances to win his seventh Super Bowl title. However, the legendary quarterback may not be in a New England Patriots uniform come kickoff in September. He told Fox News contributor Jim Gray on his Westwood One radio show Sunday that he’s “open-minded” about the free-agency process.

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“I am open-minded about the process and at the same time I love playing football and want to continue to play and do a great job,” Brady said. “I am looking to what is ahead. Whatever the future may bring, I will embrace it with open arms.”

Brady’s contract voids once the offseason begins in March. According to NFL.com, he cannot be franchise tagged due to a certain provision in his contract that prevents it.

Brady has spent his entire career with the Patriots. CBS Sports reported Sunday that it would be “surprising” if Brady re-signs with New England and that he “intends to take a methodical approach to his first foray into free agency” and will “weigh all options” before deciding on the next move.

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Brady told Gray earlier this month that he’s been focusing more on “decompressing” than on his next contract. He said he wasn’t putting a timetable on his plans for his future.

“The contract things, a week after the season, I would say these things haven’t even started to pick up. It’s really not my concern at this point,” Brady said. “It’s been about decompressing and resting my mind a little bit and resting my body and spending time with the people who have supported me over the last six months.”

Brady reiterated his plans to play in 2020, something he also suggested in an Instagram post. He added that the speculation around his retirement wasn’t going to make his decision come any quicker.

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“I can only say how I feel, and that’s what’s the truth to me and what’s authentic to me,” he said. “And, I have no decision that I have made, and there won’t be for some considerable time, so I know there is speculation; there always is. That’s just part of being in professional sports. That’s part of being a professional athlete.

“When people aren’t talking about this season, they want to talk about next season, and the reality is that next season is quite a ways away. I have some other things that are happening at this time: like I said, spending some time with my family, my loved ones and giving them the time they need. And then, as people begin to plan for next season, like I said, these things will take care of themselves.”

The Los Angeles Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders have all been rumored to be destinations for Brady if he decides to leave New England.

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson reveals his father’s cause of death

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is opening up following the death of his father, Rocky Johnson.

The WWE Hall of Famer died last week at the age of 75, and now, Dwayne has revealed that he passed following medical complications.

The “Jumanji: The Next Level” star took to Instagram, sharing the information in a video.

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“As you know, I lost my old man a few days ago. I lost him just like that, didn’t get a chance to say goodbye to him,” said Johnson in the video, sitting outside. “I would give anything right now to give him a big ole hug and a big ole kiss before he crossed over and just say thank you and I love you and I respect you. I didn’t get a chance to say that, but such is life, as many of you know.”

The 47-year-old actor then recalled the special relationship he had with his father.

“There’s a unique father-and-son bond that’s so unique and it’s a testosterone-driven bond that’s irreplaceable,” Johnson said. “So there’s so much about my old man and all of his complexities that only me as his son can understand.”

According to Johnson, Rocky died from a condition called deep vein thrombosis.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Rocky Johnson in May 2015  (Michael Tran/FilmMagic via Getty)

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“He had not been feeling well,” revealed Johnson. “He’d been battling a cold and infection and on Tuesday he had what’s called a deep vein thrombosis, which is essentially a blood clot in the leg. It was a big old blood clot that broke free, traveled up his body and went right to his lung, clotted his lung and he died very quickly from a massive heart attack.”

Despite the sudden death, Johnson was told that Rocky’s suffering was short.

“He went fast, he went quick. That’s my old man. He was always quick,” recalled Johnson. “That did give me great comfort because it wasn’t prolonged.”

Johnson then reflected on his father’s career as a professional wrestler and said his father often told him “a day without pain is like a day without sunshine.”

Mark Wahlberg commented on the video, saying, “Love brother.” Ryan Reynolds also commented, writing, “Beautifully said. Sending you and the family tons of love.”

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“Always have your back,” said Olympian Lindsey Vonn.

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California mountain lion attacks child, 3; dad fights back by hurling backpack

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Emergency crews responded to Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park in Lake Forest, California, Monday afternoon for a reported mountain lion attack on a 3-year-old child.

The child suffered injuries to the neck as a result of the attack, according to the Orange County Fire Authority who said the family of six was walking in the park with the 3-year-old in front of his father when the feline came out of nowhere and grabbed the child by the neck.

The father threw a backpack at the mountain lion, at which point the animal dropped the child in lieu of the backpack and jumped up a tree, the Orange County Fire Authority said.

The child was taken to a local hospital and is said to be in stable condition.

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The incident occurred at about 4:13 p.m. on Portola Parkway.

The park has been evacuated and park officials are monitoring the mountain lion in the tree.

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Sen. Tim Scott: Impeachment trial witness debate about ‘removing at least four’ GOP senators from office

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Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., told “The Story with Martha MacCallum” Monday that the debate over whether to call witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial isn’t about whether to remove President Trump from office, but about making vulnerable senators facing reelection later this year take “tough votes.”

“But what I do realize is that the whole conversation about witnesses have nothing to do with impeaching the president. It has everything to do with removing at least four senators from office who are Republicans,” Scott said.  “The subplot to having witnesses, witnesses before the Senate, has nothing to do with illuminating the case of bringing more information to the surface.”

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Scott said Sens. Cory Gardner, R-Col., Susan Collins, R-Maine, Thom Tillis, R-N.C., and Martha McSally, R-Ariz., are the focus of the witness debate.

“It has everything to do with putting those pivotal senators in between a rock and a hard place,” Scott said.  “And that, unfortunately, has nothing to do with impeachment.”

The senator said he did not think the Senate should hear from any witnesses who did not also testify before the House impeachment inquiry and added that if Democrats want to hear from former National Security Adviser John Bolton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should “start the process over.”

“I do think that we should not hear from witnesses who did not testify in the House,” Scott said. “If Speaker Pelosi wants to hear from Mr. Bolton, she can compel him to come before the House and start the process over on a different case.”

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Scott said it was not the Senate’s responsibility is not to “expand” the House’s case.

“If the House doesn’t like the case isn’t over, then they need to do something in the house to change that case,” Scott said. “But our responsibility as jurors is to hear the case, not add to it, not illuminate, not expand it. That decision is a House decision and not a decision made by the jurors.”

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Sri Lanka flooded with twins for attempted record-breaking gathering

An attempt to set the Guinness World Record in Sri Lanka for the largest gathering of twins ran into issues after too many pairs showed up, giving event organizers a dose of double trouble.

The bigger-than-expected crowd gathered in a stadium in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo on Monday to try and break the Guinness World Record set in Taiwan in 1999.

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The island nation recorded 3,961 pairs of twins, 37 sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets, according to the BBC.

Many of the twins in the Sri Lankan event included children, police officers, and members of the military, including two army generals — Jayantha and Pooraka Seneviratne.

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Twins pose for photographs during an event to attempt to break the world record for the biggest gathering of twins in Sri Lanka on Monday. (REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte)

Sri Lanka Twins, the group behind the event, said the large turnout meant long wait times for the verification of birth certificates, meaning the strict rules required by the Guinness World Record committee could not be followed.

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A set of twins stand next to one another in Colombo, Sri Lanka.(REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte)

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Organizers were hoping to break the record with 5,000 sets of twins. Sri Lanka Twins said it has 14,000 pairs of twins registered with the group. It said it will know within the next two weeks if they qualified for the record or not.

They vowed to try again if the latest attempt fails

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CNN anchor admits ‘we can’t know what was said’ between Warren, Sanders, undermining network’s coverage

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A CNN anchor acknowledged on Sunday that “we can’t actually know what was said” in a 2018 meeting between Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., that led to the spat at last week’s Democratic debate.

On Sunday’s “State of the Union,” fill-in anchor Brianna Keilar held a panel about the dustup that occurred between the progressive candidates that began last Monday with CNN’s report that Sanders supposedly told Warren during a 2018 meeting that a woman couldn’t win the presidency, which he had flatly denied following the report and at the debate while Warren simply stated she “disagreed,” affirming the claim that was made in the original story.

However, panelist Mary Katharine Ham expressed strong skepticism toward Warren’s claim.

“I’m willing to believe in a lot of unsavory things about Senator Sanders. It doesn’t ring true to me that he believes a woman can’t win the presidency. I don’t think he’s changed his mind about that,” Ham said. “There’s two people in the room. I don’t want to act naive where this story might have come from, probably not from the side that looks really bad during this exchange. And he should’ve just said, ‘Well, you called me a sexist on national TV.'”

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She continued. “We don’t actually know, but we do know that Senator Warren has stretched the truth on several major stories including her heritage, the wine cave most recently, her employment in the past. That should be part of the calculation here and the fact that this story seems to widely benefit her and give her this moment in the spotlight to make the speech that she made.”

“We can’t actually know what was said,” Keilar said in agreement before pivoting the conversation.

This position was certainly not the one that was taken at last Tuesday’s debate where CNN moderator Abby Phillip had been accused of “siding” with Warren over Sanders.

“CNN reported yesterday that — and Senator Warren confirmed in a statement — that in 2018 you told her that you did not believe that a woman can win the election. Why did you say that?” Phillip asked.

“Well, as a matter of fact, I didn’t say it,” Sanders sharply replied. “Anybody who knows me knows that it’s incomprehensible that I would think that a woman cannot be president of the United States. Go to YouTube today. There’s some video of me 30 years ago talking about how a woman could become president of the United States.”

Sanders then pointed to his attempt to “draft” Warren to run for president in 2016 and vowed to support the eventual Democratic nominee, including female candidates like Warren and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.

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“Senator Sanders, I do want to be clear here. You’re saying that you never told Senator Warren that a woman could not win the election,” Phillip followed.

“That is correct,” Sanders answered.

“Senator Warren, what did you think when Senator Sanders told you a woman could not win an election?” Phillip then asked the progressive rival, which sparked audible laughs in the auditorium and a shake of the head from Sanders.

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Ozzy Osbourne recalls ‘most painful, miserable year’ of his life

2019 was a rough year for the Prince of Darkness.

In a recent interview with Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America,” Ozzy Osbourne revealed that he had a “miserable” year after falling in the bathroom.

“When I had the fall, it was pitch black. I went to the bathroom and I fell,” recounted Osbourne, 71, while sitting next to his wife, Sharon Osbourne. “I just fell and landed like a slam on the floor and I remember lying there thinking, ‘Well, you’ve done it now,’ really calm. Sharon [called] an ambulance. After that, it was all downhill.”

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The two then noted that he’s been recovering from the fall for nearly a year now.

“Next month, a year,” recounted the rock star. “Worst, longest, most painful, miserable year of my life.”

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Osbourne’s fall resulted in him receiving 15 screws in his spine, which was followed by multiple hospitalizations, ultimately causing him to delay his tour.

“I’m not dying,” Osbourne said in a video he shared to Twitter in October 2019. “I am recovering, it’s just taking a little bit longer than everyone thought it would. I’m bored stiff of being stuck on a f—–g bed all day.”

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In the same video, Osbourne thanked fans for their support before saying: “Now will you f–k off and let me get better?”

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Osbourne’s full interview with “GMA” will air tomorrow morning, and Roberts teased that he’d be revealing some important information about “what he’s facing.”

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