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‘Long Island Medium’ star Theresa Caputo still ‘grieving’ after divorce

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Theresa Caputo is still not over the end of her marriage to ex-husband, Larry Caputo.

The “Long Island Medium” star said in a new interview she is still “grieving” her relationship.

“I’m grieving right now. I’m grieving my 30, almost 34 years, with Larry,” she told Us Weekly.

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“This is a grieving process, but things weren’t the same that they were 34 years ago. So, of course, I miss that aspect. But the way that things were at the end, no — I don’t miss that,” she shared, indicating a tumultuous end for the former couple. The Caputos were married for 28 years and have two children, Victoria, 25, and Larry Jr., 26.

Theresa also commented at the prospect of Larry seeing other people.

“At the end of the day, that’s what we want out of life, is for us to be happy and to live our best lives. We always have to love, honor and respect ourselves. We’re both doing that and respecting each other in the same token,” the medium stated.

‘LONG ISLAND MEDIUM’ THERESA CAPUTO TALKS OVERCOMING GRIEF

When asked whether she would get married again, the medium said she’s “never thought of it.”

“I’m very content where I am in my life. I’m very blessed. Do I want to have someone to share companionship with and to have someone? Absolutely. But, to actually get married, I don’t know.”

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The new season of “Long Island Medium” premieres on Friday on TLC.

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LeBron James grilled Adam Silver on whether Rockets GM would be disciplined over Hong Kong tweet: report

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Amid the firestorm ignited by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s tweet supporting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James reportedly pressed NBA Commissioner Adam Silver during a meeting in China last week about whether or not the league planned to discipline Morey.

The back-and-forth came during a closed-door meeting Silver held with Brooklyn Nets and Lakers players who were in Shanghai for an exhibition game at the same time China was publicly retaliating against the league for the tweet, which was posted to Morey’s personal account.

Chinese officials took down huge posters, canceled public relations events and press conferences, and even banned the broadcast inside China of the two scheduled games. Chinese sportswear companies also suspended or cut ties with the Rockets and several apparel stores in the Communist country reportedly removed Rockets gear from their shelves.

In the midst of China’s escalating reprisals, James, the NBA’s biggest and most marketable star worldwide and an entrepreneur with burgeoning media ventures outside the basketball realm, asked what the repercussions would be for Morey’s tweet given the economic consequences, according to ESPN.

HONG KONG PROTESTERS SLAM LEBRON JAMES’ CRITICISM OF DARYL MOREY TWEET: ‘PEOPLE ARE ANGRY’

James reportedly said if the situation had involved a player tweeting something that produced a similar leaguewide economic fallout, the NBA would undoubtedly dispense some form of discipline. So, James wanted to know, is a general manager held to the same standard?

But Silver pushed back against James, saying he’d never disciplined any of the myriad players or coaches who’ve routinely criticized President Trump, his administration or his policies. He said Morey deserved similar latitude, and reportedly told James the same freedoms enjoyed by anti-Trump players applied to Morey challenging China’s government.

James added it was time for players to follow Silver and stop addressing the issue one by one given the complex geopolitical considerations involved in the Hong Kong demonstrations.

James on Monday, however, didn’t follow his own advice. Making his first public comments, he was widely panned after calling Morey “uninformed” on the issues plaguing Hong Kong and China.

LEBRON JAMES RESPONDS TO NBA-CHINA FALLOUT, SAYS EVERY ISSUE SHOULDN’T ‘BE EVERYBODY’S PROBLEM’

“I’m not here to judge how the league handled the situation,” he told reporters. “I just think that, when you’re misinformed or you’re not educated about something – and I’m just talking about the tweet itself – you never know the ramifications that can happen. We all see what that did, not only did for our league but for all of us in America, for people in China as well. Sometimes you have to think through the things that you say that may cause harm not only for yourself but for the majority of people. I think that’s just a prime example of that.”

Later, James attempted a measure of damage control. He tweeted he wasn’t criticizing Morey on substance, but rather on the timing of the message, coming on the eve of the NBA’s China trip. But instead of stemming the tide, James’ tweet only fueled the fire.

“My team and this league just went through a difficult week,” James wrote. “I think people need to understand what a tweet or statement can do to others. And I believe nobody stopped and considered what would happen. Could have waited a week to send it.”

LEBRON JAMES’ CRITICISM OF HONG KONG TWEET FROM DARYL MOREY RECEIVES BACKLASH ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Then on Tuesday night James said he wasn’t going to address the issue anymore.

Less than two years since he defiantly proclaimed “I will not shut up and dribble,” proclaiming he owed it to his “peers,” “fans” and “the youth” to speak out on important issues, James backed away, saying athletes are “not politicians.”

“I’d be cheating my teammates by continuing to harp on something that won’t benefit us trying to win a championship because that’s what we’re here for,” James said. “We’re not politicians. I think it’s a huge political thing but we are leaders and we can step up at times. But…you don’t feel like you should speak upon things you shouldn’t have to.”

He said he was more concerned with social justice issues in the U.S. and his children’s education than he was in getting bogged down in delicate geopolitical matters occurring thousands of miles away.

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“There’s things that happen in my own community, trying to help my kids graduate high school and go off to college, what’s been my main concern over the last couple years and my school,” he said. “Trying to make sure the inner city kids that grew up in my hometown can have a brighter future and look at me as inspiration to get out of the hellhole of the inner city. And we don’t talk about those stories enough.”

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Child, 4, among 1,300 British students found carrying weapons in school: report

The knife crime “epidemic” plaguing England and Wales has infiltrated the classroom, where more than 1,300 students – including a 4-year-old child – have been caught carrying weapons at school.

New figures, obtained by the Press Association during a Freedom of Information request, showed that 1,383 students across England and Wales were found carrying some form of a weapon between April 2018 and August 2019.

The weapons included knuckledusters, a hammer, a machete, a bayonet, a Taser, a gun and even in one case, a teenager armed with a sword, Sky News reported.

In one case, a Cambridgeshire student was caught with a fidget spinner fitted with a spike.

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School leaders said that the figures – which are probably higher – were “grim but unsurprising.”

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The figures showed that some 1,072 instances of children caught carrying weapons into schools were declared by 29 police forces in the two countries over the last fiscal year, up from 831 in the previous 12 months. Pictured is the HQ of London’s Metropolitan Police

“[They] reflect a growing problem over the prevalence of weapons in wider society,” said Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders. “Schools are doing their best to tackle these problems, but they cannot possibly solve this issue on their own. They need more back-up in the form of well-resourced community support services and more investment in policing.”

The figures showed some 1,072 instances of children caught carrying weapons into schools were declared by 29 police forces across England and Wales over the last fiscal year, up from 831 in the previous 12 months.

Between April and August 2019, there were another 311 incidents, with 49 of those involving children below the age of 10, which is the age of criminal responsibility in England and Wales.

“Serious violence is a growing problem amongst young people and we continue to work closely with partners to address this,” Chief Constable Olivia Pinkey of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, told Sky News.

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According to the figures, on average, five weapons were seized every day of the English school year.

These staggering figures come amid a growing epidemic of knife and weapons violence in England and Wales.

In July, police said knife crime had reached a record high in 2018-19, with such offenses increasing by at least 8 percent.

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The data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that there were 43,516 police-recorded offenses involving a knife or sharp instrument, the highest figure since such records began in 2011.

This data doesn’t take into account the crimes recorded by Scottish authorities and the Greater Manchester Police, which patrols parts of the 9th largest city in Britain.

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Piranha teeth stun researchers after amazing discovery

Piranhas are notorious for their razor-sharp teeth, but a new study of the dangerous fish has surprised researchers, revealing just how remarkable their teeth actually are.

The research notes that the fearsome fish, which are omnivores, are able to regenerate rows of teeth simultaneously. The teeth are also interlocked, which makes them act as a single unit, researchers discovered.

“The teeth form a solid battery that is locked together, and they are all lost at once on one side of the face,” said one of the study’s co-authors, Adam Summers, in a statement. “The new teeth wear the old ones as ‘hats’ until they are ready to erupt. So, piranhas are never toothless even though they are constantly replacing dull teeth with brand new sharp ones.”

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FLESH-EATING PIRANHA-LIKE FISH’S 150-MILLION-YEAR-OLD REMAINS DISCOVERED IN GERMANY

“I think in a sense we found a solution to a problem that’s obvious, but no one had articulated before,” Summers added, referring to the issue of how piranahas regenerate teeth.

Piranhas regenerate their teeth multiple times throughout their lives.

The researchers used a CT to scan different piranhas to make the observation that it becomes hard to replace a single tooth, a discovery that the study’s lead author, Matthew Kolmann, likened to “a missing link in an assembly line.”

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“With interlocking teeth, the fish go from having one sharp tooth that can crack a nut or cut through flesh to a whole battery of teeth,” said another co-author, Karly Cohen, in the statement. “Among piranhas and pacus there’s a lot of diversity in how the teeth lock together, and it seems to relate to how the teeth are being used.”

The study has been published in the scientific journal Evolution & Development.

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CNN slammed for asking about Ellen, but not climate change, at Democratic debate

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With the United States heading into one of the most important and divisive elections in its history, as the nation wrestles with challenges like climate change, health care costs and immigration, the final question at Tuesday’s Democratic primary debate centered on comedian-turned-talk-show-host Ellen DeGeneres. 

Though Americans generally find DeGeneres’ goofy dancing and good-natured pranks adorable, many social media commentators – and at least one presidential candidate – were not amused that CNN’s moderators chose to ask about a celebrity rather than the more weighty issues facing the country. 

“No, you are not closing with an Ellen question,” tweeted one viewer. 

“This question about Ellen is so stupid,” tweeted another. 

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DeGeneres was brought up at the political debate because she was recently spotted enjoying a Dallas Cowboys game while seated beside former President George W. Bush. The images of DeGeneres, who is a lesbian, yukking it up with Bush outraged some LBGTQ rights activists who remembered his opposition to gay marriage. Others criticized DeGeneres for playing nice with a man they consider a war criminal for the 2003 invasion of Iraq. 

DeGeneres addressed the controversy on her show, calling for more civility and explaining that she is “friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I have.”

“We’re all different and I think that we’ve forgotten that that’s OK,” she said. 

“In that spirit,” CNN moderator Anderson Cooper asked the candidates to share a “friendship that you’ve had that would surprise us” and the impact that friendship had on them. 

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro was the first candidate to respond. He said he had valued friendships with people who think differently from himself, but he added that he thought it was possible to be kind while still holding elected officials like Bush to account. 

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Later, Castro said the failure to ask more substantive questions was “journalistic malpractice.” 

He told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes he’d hope to discuss the rising problem of homelessness in the U.S. 

“But we talked about Ellen at the end,” he said. “And I know what the point of the question was, but we keep leaving some of these huge issues that impact families off of the question agenda of these debates.” 

Castro and others were particularly perturbed that the candidates were not asked any questions about climate change. 

“Three hours and no questions tonight about climate, housing, or immigration,” tweeted Castro. “Climate change is an existential threat. America has a housing crisis. Children are still in cages at our border. But you know, Ellen. #DemocraticDebate.” 

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee – a former 2020 candidate who campaigned on the importance of addressing global warming – was also appalled that the moderators never took the time to ask the candidates about what he considers the most important topic of today. 

“Not one single question about the climate crisis,” Inslee tweeted. “This is the existential crisis of our time. Not one single question, and that’s completely inexcusable.” 

Here’s a look at some other Twitter responses to the question about DeGeneres: 

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Why World Series-bound Nationals use ‘Baby Shark’ as team anthem

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The Washington Nationals are heading to the World Series — and they’re taking an unlikely anthem with them.

“Baby Shark,” the popular children’s song that miraculously cracked the Billboard Hot 100 chart earlier this year, has become a rallying cry of sorts for the Nationals and their fans this season after reserve outfielder Gerardo Parra began using it as his walkup song in mid-June.

Parra, whom the Nationals signed after he was cut by the San Francisco Giants in May, was in a slump at the time, so he started searching for a new walkup song to switch things up. He landed on “Baby Shark” because his 2-year-old daughter, Aaliyah, “loves that song.”

“I tried merengue, reggaeton, hip-hop,” Parra told reporters after he first used the song June 19, according to NBC Sports Washington. “Then I said, ‘You know what, I want to put in Baby Shark.’ I’m happy for that.”

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The song drew smiles (and eventually baby-shark hand-chomping motions) from Nationals fans, and inspired “Parra Shark” T-shirts. And the players have embraced it, too. After an extra-base hit, they’ll often turn to the dugout and make the baby-shark motion with their hands in celebration.

“If the players get excited, we get excited,” said Nationals fan Travis Eagleson, who attended Tuesday night’s series-clinching win over the St. Louis Cardinals in a shark costume. “If that’s what they’re about, that’s what we’re about.” 

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The Washington Nationals are heading to the World Series — and they’re taking an unlikely anthem with them.

“Baby Shark,” the popular children’s song that miraculously cracked the Billboard Hot 100 chart earlier this year, has become a rallying cry of sorts for the Nationals and their fans this season after reserve outfielder Gerardo Parra began using it as his walkup song in mid-June.

Parra, whom the Nationals signed after he was cut by the San Francisco Giants in May, was in a slump at the time, so he started searching for a new walkup song to switch things up. He landed on “Baby Shark” because his 2-year-old daughter, Aaliyah, “loves that song.”

“I tried merengue, reggaeton, hip-hop,” Parra told reporters after he first used the song June 19, according to NBC Sports Washington. “Then I said, ‘You know what, I want to put in Baby Shark.’ I’m happy for that.”

FINALLY WORLD SERIES-BOUND: Nationals put past failures behind them

The song drew smiles (and eventually baby-shark hand-chomping motions) from Nationals fans, and inspired “Parra Shark” T-shirts. And the players have embraced it, too. After an extra-base hit, they’ll often turn to the dugout and make the baby-shark motion with their hands in celebration.

“If the players get excited, we get excited,” said Nationals fan Travis Eagleson, who attended Tuesday night’s series-clinching win over the St. Louis Cardinals in a shark costume. “If that’s what they’re about, that’s what we’re about.” 

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No breakout moment in debate for Castro, but long-shot vows to ‘keep fighting’

WESTERVILLE, Ohio – If anyone needed a big night at the fourth round Democratic presidential nomination debate – it was Julian Castro.

Barely registering the polls and with less than $700,000 of campaign cash on hand, the former San Antonio, Texas mayor who later served as Housing and Urban Development secretary under President Barack Obama is facing the possibility that his appearance at the debate at Otterbein University in suburban Columbus, Ohio may well be the last time he makes the stage.

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Castro grabbed only 8.2 minutes of speaking time at the debate – the third least amount among the record-setting 12 candidates on the stage – and didn’t score a breakout moment.

But in an interview with Fox News in the spin room following the debate, Castro vowed that he’ll fight on even if fails to make November’s cut and optimistically said he’ll qualify for the next debate.

“I’m going to keep fighting on. I believe that with hard work, we can make the next debate in Atlanta. We have about three and a half weeks to do that. So I’m going to keep working hard to get there,” he said.

Castro’s comments stand in contrast to his dire warning to supporters in a fundraising email late last week.

“I don’t say this lightly: If I don’t make the next debate stage, it will be the end of my campaign,” Castro emphasized.

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To date, eight candidates say they’ve qualified: They are – in alphabetical order – are former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Kamala Harris of California and Bernie Sanders of Vermont, businessman and progressive and environmental advocate Tom Steyer, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

After the debate, it was hard to find a political pundit who praised Castro’s performance.

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Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro speaks with reporters in the spin room following the fourth round Democratic primary debate in Westerville, Ohio on Oct. 15, 2019

But asked by Fox News if his debate performance helped him in his goal to make the next debate stage, the candidate said, “I think so. It’s always a scramble for time with 12 people up there but I made the best use of the time that I did get. I was very sharp on issues that people care about and I think that will make a difference.”

And he touted on Twitter that “donations are coming in from all around the country.”

Castro also took aim at the media hosts for the debate  – CNN and the New York Times – telling reporters in the spin room and highlighting on Twitter that there were “three hours and no questions tonight about climate, housing, or immigration. Climate change is an existential threat. America has a housing crisis. Children are still in cages at our border.”

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Cuba Gooding Jr. compared to Joe Biden by his lawyer in alleged groping case

Cuba Gooding Jr.’s attorney tried to defend the actor from groping allegations Tuesday — by comparing the charges to complaints leveled at Joe Biden for getting too handsy with a female politician.

“This indictment constitutes a distorted overreaction pandering to the current hypersensitive climate where innocent common-place gestures are now misperceived and mischaracterized as offensive as exemplified by the incredible condemnation of former Vice President Joseph Biden, who innocently touched a woman’s shoulder,” said defense lawyer Mark Jay Heller in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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Heller gave the eyebrow-raising defense after the Oscar-winning actor was arraigned on four misdemeanor counts of sex abuse and forcible touching. He’s accused of squeezing a woman’s breast June 9 at a Midtown hotel bar and pinching another woman’s butt Oct. 24, 2018, at lower Manhattan nightclub TAO.

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Police are investigating Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. for allegedly touching a woman inappropriately at a New York City nightclub in June 2019. (Getty)

Biden landed in hot water in March after former Nevada politician Lucy Flores penned an op-ed for New York magazine, saying the former vice president and current presidential candidate made her feel “gross” when he grabbed her by the shoulders from behind and kissed her hair during a Las Vegas campaign event.

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Three other women came forward and said that Biden had touched them inappropriately — including by giving one an Eskimo kiss and placing his hand on another’s thigh. Biden, however, was never accused of groping a woman’s breast or buttocks.

Heller called the Manhattan DA’s case against Gooding “incredibly weak.” Assistant DA Jenna Long said at the hearing that prosecutors would try to introduce evidence at trial from 12 other accusers to prove a pattern of abuse — although he is not charged for those alleged crimes.

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A judge will ultimately decide whether the 12 additional accusers’ claims will be admitted at trial.

This article originally appeared in Page Six.

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Houston Astros fan accused of slapping man rooting for New York Yankees

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There’s no crying in baseball and there’s definitely no fighting in the stands while watching a playoff game.

A Houston Astros fan was arrested for allegedly slapping a New York Yankees fan as the two watched their respective teams in the second game of the American League Championship Series on Sunday.

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James Dinkins, 73, was arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge after police said he slapped the Yankees fan in the back of the head at Minute Maid Park. The unidentified Yankees fan was just cheering for his team at one point during the game, police said.

Dinkins, a former justice of the peace in Montgomery County, was released from jail on a $100 bond.

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Harris County District Attorney’s Office prosecutor Nathan Beedle said the allegations against Dinkins were “troubling.” He said Houston prides itself on “hospitality, sportsmanship, and welcoming anyone from anywhere.”

The Astros won the game Sunday to tie the series.

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The team then took a 2-1 series lead over the Yankees with a win on Tuesday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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