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‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’ actor John Wesley dead at 72

Actor John Wesley has died at age 72.

Wesley was best known for his role as Dr. Hoover on “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.” The actor’s manager, Gerry Pass, told Fox News in a statement: “John Wesley was a gift to the world, for his kindness and grace are immortalized in his works of theatre, TV and film. I am heartbroken to have lost a dear friend today.”

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Wesley’s family on Sunday confirmed to Variety that he died due to complications from a long battle with multiple myeloma. The exact date of his death was not disclosed.

As TheWrap notes, Wesley was a veteran of the Vietnam War and graduated from UCSD with an MFA. After spending a good portion of his life acting, he could boast more than 100 roles in film and television including guest spots on “Frasier,” “The Jamie Foxx Show,” “Martin,” “JAG,” “Hill Street Blues,” “The Jeffersons” and “In the Heat of the Night.” In film, he had roles in movies like “Missing in Action 2: The Beginning,” “Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot” and “Born Yesterday.”

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‘PROJECT RUNWAY’ STAR CHRIS MARCH, 56, IS DEAD AFTER HEART ATTACK: REPORT

However, he gained the most attention for “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” where he played the father of a girl that bullies the cousin of Will Smith’s character.

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According to Pass, the actor is survived by his wife Jenny Houston; his mother, Hazel Baskin; his daughters, Kimiko Kamiel Houston and Kinshasha Houston; stepson, Kyler Richie; siblings; and grandchildren.

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Northam Announces Dr. Underwood as Virginia’s 1st-Ever Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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“I am deeply honored to serve the commonwealth in this inaugural position,” said Dr. Underwood. “As I embark on this role I will be relying on my many personal and professional experiences as a teacher, an educational researcher, a parent and wife, and a diversity leader. I am dedicated to working with Virginians to promote lasting, institutional change at all levels of state government, and I look forward to working closely with Governor Northam and the rest of his administration to make the commonwealth more diverse, equitable, and inclusive for all who live here.”

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Coast Guard makes contact with crew members in stricken cargo ship off Georgia, all confirmed alive

Rescuers made contact Monday with four crew members stuck inside a cargo ship that overturned and caught fire near a major port in Georgia over the weekend, and officials are now working to free the quartet from the massive vessel, the U.S. Coast Guard said.

The Golden Ray, a 656-foot vehicle carrier, listed “heavily” and then rolled over on its side early Sunday in St. Simons Sound near Brunswick, Ga., according to the Coast Guard.

Rescuers drilled a hole overnight through the ship’s hull and made contact with the four crew members, who had been listed as missing.

“Extraction being planned,” the Coast Guard tweeted.

RESCUE CREWS SEARCH FOR CREW MEMBERS ABOARD OVERTURNED CARGO SHIP, CONCERNS ABOUT STABILITY

In the hours before Coast Guard announced all crew members were alive, South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said that the four crew members were in the engine room of the overturned cargo ship now stuck in the shipping channel awaiting help from a U.S. Coast Guard rescue team.

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A U.S. Coast Guard boat rides in front of a cargo ship that capsized in the St. Simons Island sound, Ga., Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. (Bobby Haven/The Brunswick News via A)

On Sunday, Coast Guard Capt. John Reed said 20 were safely evacuated from the ship before rescuers determined the smoke and flames and unstable cargo made it “too risky” to venture further inside. Reed said the fire was observed off the ship’s starboard side area of the cargo and produced black smoke.

The foreign ministry’s statement also said the fire that prevented a rescue attempt is now extinguished.

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People are shown on Jekyll Island’s Driftwood Beach as the Golden Ray cargo ship is capsized in the background, off the Georgia coast, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. (AP Photo/Terry Dickson)

South Korea also said some of the missing South Koreans “apparently tapped back three times” after Coast Guard staff tapped on the hull. A Coast Guard spokesman told The Associated Press on Monday morning that rescuers heard noises but initially couldn’t confirm they were signs of life without getting inside the overturned ship.

The Coast Guard shared video on Monday of salvage crews assessing the Golden Ray’s hull for a possible entry.

“Once salvage professionals have determined the vessel to be stable, we will identify the best option to continue our rescue efforts for the four crew members who remain on board,” Reed said during a news conference Sunday afternoon while detailing how the Coast Guard was trying to safely get inside.

CARGO SHIP OVERTURNS NEAR GEORGIA PORT, 4 CREW MEMBERS MISSING, COAST GUARD SAYS

Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Dickinson told the AP it is not known if weather conditions caused the ship to lurch. Hurricane Dorian brushed past the Georgia coast last week before being downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone. Dickinson said it was not immediately known whether there were any injuries on board.

Cmdr. Norm Witt, Commander of Coast Guard’s Marine Safety Unit in Savannah, said at Sunday’s afternoon news conference the incident remains under investigation, and so far the stricken ship does not appear to be a pollution hazard to area waterways. Officials, however, are putting together a pollution mitigation plan in case something changes.

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The ship, a vehicles carrier, was built in 2017 and sails under the flag of the Marshall Islands, according to the vesselfinder.com. The ship’s registered owner is a South Korean company.

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Rachel, left, and Sarah Mitchell look at their phones as they sun bathe on Jekyll Island’s Driftwood Beach as the Golden Ray cargo ship is capsized in the background, off the Georgia coast, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. (AP Photo/Terry Dickson)

The Port of Brunswick is currently closed to vessel traffic, with an established emergency safety zone in St. Simons Sound. Vessels are not authorized within a half-mile of the Golden Ray, which was lying on its side.

The Port of Brunswick is a major deepwater port in Georgia, which is comprised of three terminals that makes up the facility, according to the Georgia Ports Authority.

“The port’s well-earned reputation for productivity and efficiency is heightened by its position as one of the fastest-growing auto and heavy machinery ports in North America,” the GPA’s website states. “Today, more than 12 major auto manufacturers, supported by three auto processors, utilize the Colonel’s Island Terminal.”

The port is one of the busiest U.S. seaports for shipping automobiles. Nearly 614,000 vehicles and heavy machinery units moved across its docks in the 2019 fiscal year that ended June 30, according to the Georgia Ports Authority.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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The US had to extract a top spy from Russia after Trump revealed classified information to the Russians in an Oval Office meeting

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Well two weeks ago Trump tweeted out a classified picture from a secret military satellite.

It was found. By amateurs. Not a secret anymore.

https://www.livescience.com/secret-classified-satellite-trump-tweet.html

Apparently, they were right. Amateur satellite trackers have reverse-engineered the image and figured out that it likely came from the highly classified USA 224 satellite. USA 224 is suspected to be a KH-11 surveillance satellite, a classified piece of equipment about which the public knows little…

That revelation is surprising, as many experts had believed that the crystal-clear imagery in the launchpad photo must have come from a drone. It’s a challenge to get such a clear view through Earth’s atmosphere, Melissa Hanham, a satellite imagery expert and deputy director of the Open Nuclear Network in Vienna, told MPR News. “I imagine adversaries are going to take a look at this image and reverse-engineer it to figure out how the sensor itself works and what kind of postproduction techniques they’re using,” Hanham said.

Military secrets up for grabs.

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Fred's to close all of its stores in Chapter 11 bankruptcy liquidation

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Over 7,000 store closings have already been announced in 2019. Time

Discount merchandise retailer and pharmacy chain Fred’s filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday with plans to close all of its stores.

The company plans to liquidate its assets, punctuating a swift collapse of its operations that involved a cascading series of store closures in recent months.

Going-out-of-business sales are likely to wrap up within 60 days. It will continue to fill prescriptions during that period.

Fred’s had 568 stores in 15 states in the southeastern U.S. as of Feb. 2, including 169 with full-service pharmacies, according to a court filing.

But after multiple rounds of store closures, the company was left with about 80 locations in recent weeks.

The fate of Fred’s had been shrouded in uncertainty since the company’s plans to profit from a mega-merger between pharmacy giants Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid collapsed in late June 2017 amid federal antitrust concerns.

Fred’s, which was set to dramatically increase its store count as part of that deal, was instead left with no clear path to growth.

The retailer slashed costs aggressively, cut jobs and sold assets in pursuit of a sustainable business model.

More store closings coming: An estimated 12,000 shops could close by the end of 2019

Fred’s store closures: Fred’s to close another 129 stores as future looks grim

“Despite our team’s best efforts, we were not able to avoid this outcome,” Fred’s CEO Joe Anto said in a statement. “I want to thank all of our employees for their hard work and continued support of the Company as we wind-down our operations.”

More than 7,000 store closings are already in the works or completed so far in 2019 across the retail sector, according to Coresight Research. (See the closures here.)

Founded in 1947, Fred’s targets “value-oriented and budget-conscious” consumers, mostly in towns with populations of 15,000 or less, according to a court filing.

Stores average 14,684 square feet and carry a wide variety of merchandise, including brand-name and off-brand goods. Less than a third of the stores had pharmacies as of May.

The company had nearly 6,600 employees as of Feb. 2, according to a court filing.

Fred’s tried a variety of last-minute moves to bring about a comeback, including flash sales, cost cuts and asset sales. The company announced 159 store closures in April, 104 in May, 49 in early July and 129 in mid-July.

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Northam Announces Dr. Underwood as Virginia’s 1st-Ever Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Westlake Legal Group 18747703_G Northam Announces Dr. Underwood as Virginia’s 1st-Ever Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

“I am deeply honored to serve the commonwealth in this inaugural position,” said Dr. Underwood. “As I embark on this role I will be relying on my many personal and professional experiences as a teacher, an educational researcher, a parent and wife, and a diversity leader. I am dedicated to working with Virginians to promote lasting, institutional change at all levels of state government, and I look forward to working closely with Governor Northam and the rest of his administration to make the commonwealth more diverse, equitable, and inclusive for all who live here.”

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Parliament Will Be Suspended Tonight Even If Boris Johnson’s Election Bid Fails

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Boris Johnson will suspend parliament tonight even if he fails in a second bid to trigger a general election.

The prime minister will move the motion for prorogation after MPs vote on a snap election late on Monday, or in the early hours of Tuesday morning, depending on Commons business.

Opposition leaders including Jeremy Corbyn have made clear they will oppose an election.

Johnson’s official spokesman also confirmed that the cross-party legislation to block a no-deal Brexit, which passed through parliament last week, would get royal assent today, allaying fears that the government could veto it.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.

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Hundreds of Bahamian refugees kicked off US-bound ferry over visa confusion

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Rescuers and aid workers continue to deal with the devastation from Hurricane Dorian in Abaco Islands in The Bahamas. USA TODAY

NASSAU, Bahamas – Hundreds of Bahamian refugees fleeing Hurricane Dorian’s carnage were ordered off a Florida-bound ferry over confusion concerning travel documents.

Viral video posted from the ferry Balearia in Freeport on Sunday included an announcement that “all passengers who don’t have a U.S. visa, please proceed to disembark” the ship, headed for Port Everglades.

The incident took place one day after the cruise ship Grand Celebration, with 1,500 refugees aboard, arrived at the Port of Palm Beach in an evacuation mission that had been coordinated with U.S. and Bahamian governments. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, however, said all of those evacuees possessed “valid travel documents” and urged  private vessel and aircraft operators to coordinate any evacuation missions with Bahamian authorities.

Normally, most Bahamians would need a visa, and WSVN-TV in Miami reported that hundreds of disappointed passengers left the Balearia. It turns out they may not have actually needed to.

Stephen Silvestri, acting port director in Port Everglades, told the station that authorities in his port would have processed the evacuees without visas and has done so with refugees arriving on other ships in recent days. He blamed a “business decision” by the ferry operators, suggesting the ferry operators did not want the ship docked for hours while the refugees were processed one by one.

“We would have processed them, vetted them and worked within our laws and protocols and done what we had to do to facilitate them,” Silvestri said.

Documents also were proving an issue on some refugee flights to the U.S. At the Treasure Cay airstrip, many private plane owners refused to take anyone without a valid U.S. passport over fear the pilots would be detained for questioning, slowing return flights.

Thousands of Bahamians have been fleeing the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama since Dorian slammed into the island chain a week ago, a Category 5 monster that lingered for days. Entire communities were leveled, leaving thousands homeless. The official death toll stands at 44, but authorities warn it will rise much higher.

USAID Administrator Mark Green met with Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis on Sunday after briefly touring Abaco, pledging the U.S. government’s full support. The U.S. military is assisting with relief efforts being led by USAID, which has brought in 89 people and four search dogs to pick through the rubble while simultaneously preparing for a long road to recovery.

“A team is already on the ground in The Bahamas and has started to help with search and recovery and shelter assessments on Abaco,” Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said. “Thank you for your support!”

More: Dazed and weary, Hurricane Dorian refugees descend on Nassau

More: 500,000 lose power as unrelenting Dorian marches into Canada

The agency brought in 47 metric tons of relief supplies from the Miami warehouse to help an estimated 44,000 people, USAID officials said, and about $2.8 million has been allocated to support response efforts.

“What I was struck by was the focused nature of the devastation,” Green told reporters his meeting with Minnis. “There are parts of Abaco and the Bahamas that don’t show a great deal of damage and then there are clusters of communities that were devastated, almost as if though nuclear bombs were dropped on them. That’s how great the suffering is, the devastation is.

“We recognize that there is a long road ahead,” he said.

Bacon reported from McLean, Va.

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France heat waves leave nearly 1,500 dead, health minister says

Two heat waves in France that saw temperatures soar past 100 degrees Fahrenheit this summer resulted in 1,435 deaths, according to health officials.

The European country saw 18 days of record high temperatures in June and July, according to Health Minister Agnes Buzyn, who said a public awareness campaign about the sweltering weather saved thousands of lives.

She said more than 1,000 deaths were added to the annual average for the time of the year.

Half of those who died were over 75 years old, she said.

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Summer heatwaves in France have left 1,500 people dead, according to the country’s health minister. (Getty Images/Edward Berthelot)

Buzyn noted the number of those killed this year paled in comparison to the heat wave that scorched France in 2003, when nearly 15,000 people died.

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“The 2003 heatwave lasted 20 days,” she told France Inter radio, according to Reuters. “We had 18 days in two waves and we managed to cut mortality by a factor of 10 thanks to preventative measures.”

France’s highest temperature this summer was 114 degrees in Gallargues-le-Montueux in the south of France on June 28. In July, Paris experienced a record high of 108.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Justice Neil Gorsuch on his concern for America’s future: ‘Republics have a checkered history’

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In an exclusive Fox Nation interview, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch revealed his deep concerns for the future of America, which drove him to write his new book, “A Republic, if you can keep it.”

The book’s title is inspired by a famous phrase attributed to Founding Father Benjamin Franklin.  As Franklin left the Constitutional Convention of 1787, after the drafting of the U.S. Constitution, he was reportedly asked what form of government had been created.  Franklin answered, “A Republic, if you can keep it”, suggesting that the country’s fate lay in the hands of its citizenry.

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Justice Gorsuch told Fox News anchor Shannon Bream in his first televised interview as a Supreme Court Justice that an uninformed public is a danger to the country. “Republics have a checkered history in our history books, and we need to make sure that the people know how to run their own government.”

Gorsuch said, “I am concerned on the civics front when I read that about a third of Americans can’t name the three branches of government.  60% apparently would fail the American naturalization examination — that worries me.”

Justice Gorsuch also believes that an understanding of America’s past is central to the nation’s future success, and he credits the musical “Hamilton” for educating America’s youngest generations.

Gorsuch explained, “You’ve seen a secretary of Treasury and a vice president of the United States have a duel.  That’s part of our history.  It’s always been a ruckus republic.  We used to have Senators cane one another on the floor. I’m glad we don’t have that anymore, at least, but it is a ruckus republic. That is what makes us strong. We can appreciate and embrace different ideas and open ourselves to one another and remember that that person with whom we disagree is coming at it from the same angle, the same hope of making a more perfect union.”

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE REVEALS HOW HIS NOMINATION TRIP BEGAN

“I think democracy is a really hard business and that’s because its strength comes from disagreements and the ability to air — comfortably and confidently — your point of view.  Share it with others and have it heard and pick the best at the end of the day.  That’s the idea of democracy.  But for it to work, we have to listen as well as speak.  We have to tolerate as well as expect tolerance for our point of view,” added Gorsuch.

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