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Cuba Gooding Jr.’s groping trial set to begin

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Cuba Gooding Jr.‘s trial on groping charges begins Thursday.

The trial was postponed in September after prosecutors said they were still waiting for evidence in the Oscar-winning “Jerry Maguire” star’s case. Gooding’s lawyers argued against the delay.

The actor is accused of placing his hand on a 29-year-old woman’s breast and squeezing it without her consent at Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge near Times Square on June 9. The woman told police she believed Gooding was intoxicated.

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The 51-year-old Gooding was arrested four days later after turning himself in to police. He pleaded not guilty to forcible touching and sexual abuse charges and was released on his own recognizance.

Gooding later requested to have his case thrown out, but he was rejected.

The defense had filed papers saying the misdemeanor forcible touching case should be dismissed based on accounts of two witnesses who say it never happened, and that video from the bar backs up that claim. The papers argued that since there was clear evidence that no crime was committed, it was necessary to throw out the case to protect the integrity of the criminal justice system.

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The judge ruled that the conflicting accounts should be resolved at a trial. Gooding faces up to a year in jail if convicted.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Apple pulls controversial Hong Kong app again after being attacked by China state-run media

Less than 24 hours after Apple received criticism from a state-run media company in China for reinstating the HKMap app in the App Store, the tech giant has pulled the app again.

The app’s developer, HKmap.live, tweeted that it disagreed with the decision to pull the app, stating it does not “endanger law enforcement and residents in Hong Kong.”

The account followed that up with several other tweets, adding that it believes the decision to pull the app to be a “bureaucratic” decision, but one that is also “clearly a political decision to suppress freedom and human right in Hong Kong.”

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Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks about the new iPhone during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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In a statement to Fox News, Apple said that it found the app was being used in nefarious ways.

“We created the App Store to be a safe and trusted place to discover apps. We have learned that an app, HKmap.live, has been used in ways that endanger law enforcement and residents in Hong Kong. Many concerned customers in Hong Kong have contacted us about this app and we immediately began investigating it,” a spokesperson told Fox News.

The spokesperson continued: “The app displays police locations and we have verified with the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau that the app has been used to target and ambush police, threaten public safety, and criminals have used it to victimize residents in areas where they know there is no law enforcement. This app violates our guidelines and local laws, and we have removed it from the App Store.”

Earlier this week, an article in the state-owned media China Daily accused the tech giant of “helping [Hong Kong] rioters engage in more violence” after it reversed a decision to ban the app and reallow it, following a wave of public criticism.

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“As a company with international influence, Apple has always enjoyed a high reputation,” the article reads. “A company has its own standards of conduct, but should also have its social responsibilities. If Apple abandons its responsibilities and let violent acts get worse, it puts more users at risk.”

The article continues: “Business is business, and politics is politics. Nobody wants to drag Apple into the lingering unrest in Hong Kong. But people have reason to assume that Apple is mixing business with politics, and even illegal acts. Apple has to think about the consequences of its unwise and reckless decision.”

China is an extremely important market for the iPhone maker, as the tech giant looks to offset slowing sales in its home market. In its most recent quarter, Greater China, which includes China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, accounted for $9.15 billion of its $53.8 billion quarterly revenue, or approximately 17 percent of quarterly revenue.

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Apple drops ‘Jeep’ from emoji search, and Jeep loves it

There is no emoji for a “Jeep,” at least not anymore.

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In its latest iOS update, Apple has removed “Jeep” from the list of words that generate an emoji that looks like a small, blue utility vehicle.

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FCA Chief Marketing Officer Olivier Francois said Jeep was opposed to the image being connected to the brand, according to Ad Age, and has now launched a humorous #thisisnotaJeep ad campaign on social media celebrating the change.

Jeep is known for relentlessly protecting its trademark, because the name is often used as a generic term for an off-road vehicle.

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No other automaker’s names launch the emoji, but it does show up as a selection when you type car, SUV or automobile into a message.

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But while Jeep is looking to distance itself from generic emoji associations, earlier this year Ford submitted a pickup emoji that it designed to the Unicode Consortium, which doesn’t already recognize one.

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Although it’s mostly generic, the image includes the distinctive dropped door window shape of the Ford F-150. However, if accepted, the final version will likely be stripped of any brand-identifiable styling elements.

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The Actual Laws Trump Has Broken, Just With the Ukraine and China Affairs, Could Land Him 10 Years in Prison

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In my jurisdiction, trafficking over 200 grams of cocaine, once, nets you a mandatory minimum of 12 years. And “trafficking” is an offense designed to make it so that if you possess that much, well, that’s it, the prosecution doesn’t have to prove anything else.

So, that’s if we’re looking at minimum sentences – and mandatory ones to boot, because hey, drugs, right? Way more serious than completely undermining the entire country from a position of power.

If we’re looking at discretionary maximum sentences, however, “trafficking” between 18-36 grams of cocaine, once, could theoretically land you a prison sentence of up to 15 years.

So everyone who thinks we’re just joking around about this bullshit, please, by all means, let all that sink in.

Trump, “just” for totally undermining the country with foreign actors twice, from a position of incredible power within the federal government, might be looking at 10 whole years in prison.

Wow, so serious. Not “18-36 grams of cocaine” serious, but serious.

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The Actual Laws Trump Has Broken, Just With the Ukraine and China Affairs, Could Land Him 10 Years in Prison

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In my jurisdiction, trafficking over 200 grams of cocaine, once, nets you a mandatory minimum of 12 years. And “trafficking” is an offense designed to make it so that if you possess that much, well, that’s it, the prosecution doesn’t have to prove anything else.

So, that’s if we’re looking at minimum sentences – and mandatory ones to boot, because hey, drugs, right? Way more serious than completely undermining the entire country from a position of power.

If we’re looking at discretionary maximum sentences, however, “trafficking” between 18-36 grams of cocaine, once, could theoretically land you a prison sentence of up to 15 years.

So everyone who thinks we’re just joking around about this bullshit, please, by all means, let all that sink in.

Trump, “just” for totally undermining the country with foreign actors twice, from a position of incredible power within the federal government, might be looking at 10 whole years in prison.

Wow, so serious. Not “18-36 grams of cocaine” serious, but serious.

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Accuser Brooke Nevils says Matt Lauer is victim blaming: ‘The shame in this story belongs to him’

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Matt Lauer denied the new rape allegation in a letter from his lawyer to Variety. His former NBC colleagues called the allegation “painful.” USA TODAY

Brooke Nevils, the previously unnamed former NBC News employee whose 2017 complaint led to Matt Lauer getting fired from his job on the “Today” show nearly two years ago, is standing her ground after coming forward with a new rape allegation, calling Lauer’s response a “case study in victim blaming.”

Variety reported late Tuesday that Ronan Farrow’s Oct. 15 book “Catch and Kill” reveals a new allegation from Nevils. Variety reports that the book includes a claim he raped her at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. 

In a lengthy letter provided by his lawyer to Variety, Lauer denied the allegations and painted the picture of an accusation full of contradictions. He said he has shied away until now from speaking out on the “false and salacious allegations” against him to protect his children. 

“I have never assaulted anyone or forced anyone to have sex. Period,” Lauer wrote. “My silence has been a mistake. Old stories are being recycled, titillating details are being added, and a dangerous and defamatory new allegation is being made. All are being spread as part of a promotional effort to sell a book. It’s outrageous. So, after not speaking out to protect my children, it is now with their full support I say ‘enough.'”

Nevils broke her silence with a tweet Wednesday thanking supporters and survivors who shared their own stories with her. In a statement to USA TODAY, she said she asked NBC to thoroughly investigate her allegations and to give Lauer “the opportunity to defend himself.” She also said she provided “dates, times, evidence of communications and corroborating accounts” to back up her accusations and “both NBC and Farrow found me credible.”

She continued: “There’s the Matt Lauer that millions of Americans watched on TV every morning for two decades, and there is the Matt Lauer who this morning attempted to bully a former colleague into silence. His open letter was a case study in victim blaming… I am not afraid of him now, regardless of his threats, bullying, and the shaming and predatory tactics I knew he would (and now has) tried to use against me

 “The shame in this story belongs to him,” Nevils concluded.

In a statement to People Wednesday night, the lawyer for Lauer’s ex-wife, Annette Roque said now that the two are officially divorced, “her priority and only concern is for their wonderful children,” John M. Teitler wrote. “Our client will make no further statements.” 

After addressing the new allegations in a somber segment Wednesday morning, “Today” show co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb Thursday introduced a news package about the latest developments, but veered away from making any new comments themselves. 

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On Wednesday, Guthrie and Kotb (who has permanently replaced Lauer) expressed to viewers that NBC staff members are “disturbed to our core” and working to process the latest revelations, which come nearly two years after Guthrie announced at the top of the show on Nov. 29, 2017, that Lauer, an NBC morning anchor since 1997, had been fired over sexual harassment allegations.

“I feel like we owe it to our viewers to pause for a moment,” Guthrie said, noticeably emotional. “This is shocking and appalling. I honestly don’t even know what to say about it. I want to say I know it wasn’t easy for our colleague Brooke to come forward then, it’s not easy now and we support her and any women who have come forward with claims. And it’s just very painful for all of us at NBC and who are at the ‘Today’ show. It’s very, very, very difficult.”

Former “Today” journalist Ann Curry tweeted her support of Nevils Wednesday afternoon, saying she is “is a credible young woman of good character. She came to NBC News an eager and guileless 20-something, brimming with talent. I believe she is telling the truth. And that breaks my heart.” 

Representatives for Lauer and Nevils did not immediately return USA TODAY’s requests for further comment.

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The Actual Laws Trump Has Broken, Just With the Ukraine and China Affairs, Could Land Him 10 Years in Prison

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In my jurisdiction, trafficking over 200 grams of cocaine, once, nets you a mandatory minimum of 12 years. And “trafficking” is an offense designed to make it so that if you possess that much, well, that’s it, the prosecution doesn’t have to prove anything else.

So, that’s if we’re looking at minimum sentences – and mandatory ones to boot, because hey, drugs, right? Way more serious than completely undermining the entire country from a position of power.

If we’re looking at discretionary maximum sentences, however, “trafficking” between 18-36 grams of cocaine, once, could theoretically land you a prison sentence of up to 15 years.

So everyone who thinks we’re just joking around about this bullshit, please, by all means, let all that sink in.

Trump, “just” for totally undermining the country with foreign actors twice, from a position of incredible power within the federal government, might be looking at 10 whole years in prison.

Wow, so serious. Not “18-36 grams of cocaine” serious, but serious.

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Native American pitcher’s complaints prompt Atlanta Braves to rethink foam tomahawks for Game 5

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The Atlanta Braves organization took a complaint from a Native American St. Louis Cardinals pitcher into consideration and on Wednesday the club did not distribute foam tomahawks before their Game 5 matchup.

The Braves’ decision stemmed from pitcher Ryan Helsley expressing his feelings about the Tomahawk Chop chant that fans have done at Braves’ home games since the 1990s. Helsley is a member of the Cherokee Nation and found the chants insulting.

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The Braves said prior to the start of the National League Division Series game they were taking the necessary steps to “reduce the Tomahawk Chop during our in-ballpark presentation today.” The team said it would not play the music that accompanies the chant when Helsley was in the game.

The fans still used the chop as a rallying cry in the first inning when Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler was at-bat against Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz. However, the Cardinals put up 10 runs on the Braves in the first inning and went on to win the game, 13-1.

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Helsley told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch he was shocked by what he saw at the series’ opener last week.

“I think it’s a misrepresentation of the Cherokee people or Native Americans in general,” he said.

“Just depicts them in this kind of caveman-type people way who aren’t intellectual. They are a lot more than that. It’s not me being offended by the whole mascot thing. It’s not. It’s about the misconception of us, the Native Americans, and how we’re perceived in that way, or used as mascots. The Redskins and stuff like that.”

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Helsley is from Tahlequah, Okla., speaks the Cherokee language and is one of a handful of Native Americans in the majors.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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The United Nations warned that it may not be able to pay its staff on time because the US owes it $1 billion

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Dodgers manager Dave Roberts defends sending Clayton Kershaw back out: ‘It’s not about analytics’

Every managerial decision in the postseason is placed under a microscope. Throw in the lens of analytics, and the second-guessing from the public becomes rampant, especially when those decisions prove unwise. 

So had it not been for the Washington Nationals’ comeback that secured the franchise’s second NLCS berth following their thrilling Game 5 winner-take-all victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dave Martinez would likely be feeling the heat. The Nats manager let Stephen Strasburg hit for himself down two with two men on and no one out in the fifth inning (he tried to sacrifice bunt but wound up striking out). 

The script flipped in the eighth inning when Martinez’s counterpart, Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts, sent Clayton Kershaw back out for the eighth inning. 

Kershaw, arguably the most accomplished pitcher of his generation — minus a mediocre postseason legacy that took another hit Wednesday — fanned Adam Eaton on three pitches to end the seventh. He threw three pitches in the eighth, too. But Anthony Rendon roped the second one over the left-field wall, and 20-year-old Juan Soto hammered the third one 449 feet into the bleachers. 

A two-run lead evaporated in a moment, and Roberts relieved Kershaw with Kenta Maeda. After the game, Roberts defended his decision. 

“I felt good about Clayton right there,” Roberts said. “Eaton, and when you got Rendon and Soto, so I felt that I liked Clayton. He threw, I don’t know what it was, a couple pitches, and we had Clayton ready for whatever today.

“It’s not about analytics, it’s about — he’s one of the best pitchers in the game … I felt really good about that,” Roberts said. “It’s more of, I don’t think it’s an analytic question. It’s a guy I believe in and trust. It didn’t work out.” 

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Roberts said he wanted to avoid using Maeda against Soto, hence his uneasiness to have the right-hander start the inning.

“The success that Clayton’s had against Soto, with the two-run lead, I’ll take Clayton any day in that situation,” Roberts said. “I just think it’s one of those where it was easy for me to get Clayton, with the low pitches to get Rendon and to go out there and get Soto. And to have Kenta behind him. That was my thought, and not have Kenta go through Soto.”

But Soto did not come to bat with the Dodgers holding a two-run lead; Rendon cut the margin to 3-2. Left-handed specialist Adam Kolarek, who had retired Soto all three times he faced him in the series with two strikeouts, wasn’t even warming up.  

Maeda then whiffed the three hitters he faced to get out of the eighth and Joe Kelly needed 10 pitches to navigate the ninth. When the game entered extra innings, Roberts stuck with Kelly, rendering closer Kenley Jansen useless in the bullpen until it was too late. 

“My eyes tell me that he should go back out there because he’s throwing the ball really well,” Roberts explained.  

Kelly loaded the bases and served up the back-breaking grand slam to Howie Kendrick. The fourth season of Roberts’ tenure ended in the same way as the previous three: a playoff disappointment.  

“If the blame falls on me,” Roberts said, “I’ve got no problem with it.”

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