Michael Moore: ‘I Think Trump Is Gonna Win’

CBS Los Angeles

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Hollywood’s most famously liberal filmmaker says he expects Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to be in the White House in January.

Director Michael Moore made the prediction on HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” as the show’s panel discussed the week’s events at the Republican National Convention.

“The truth is that this plays to a lot of people that he has to win to become the next president,” Moore said. “And I have to say, I’m sorry I have to be the buzzkill here so early on, but I think Trump is gonna win.”

While the studio audience leveled boos at Moore’s comment, host Maher had a much different take.

“Boo if you want, I am glad you’re saying it,” he said. “The enemy is complacency. Say it every day.”

Moore, best known for documentary films such as…

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Still no arrests after 8 family members were killed ‘execution-style’ in Ohio

KFOR.com

PIKETON, Ohio – No arrests have been made in the three months following an Ohio massacre that left eight family members dead.

The cold-blooded nature of the “execution-style” killings in Piketon, Ohio left the small town rattled.

The victims, aged 16 to 44, were methodically shot in the head while sleeping at four residences, including a mother with a 4-day-old infant lying beside her, authorities said. The newborn, along with a 6-month-old and a 3-year-old, survived. The official said the killings happened before dawn.

The victims were identified as Hannah Gilley, 20; Christopher Rhoden Sr., 40; Christopher Rhoden Jr., 16; Clarence “Frankie” Rhoden, 20; Dana Rhoden, 37; Gary Rhoden, 38; Hanna Rhoden, 19; and Kenneth Rhoden, 44.

“This was a preplanned execution of eight individuals,” state Attorney General Mike DeWine said. “It was a sophisticated operation and those who carried it out were trying to do everything they could do…

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Father sues his three daughters for not visiting him enough(Photo)

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A Chinese father is suing his three daughters for not returning home to visit him ‘frequently’.

The 69-year-old, named Yang Zhengyuan, from Sichuan province filed a lawsuit in March claiming that his daughters hadn’t come home enough or given him enough financial support, reports the People’s Daily Online.
This comes after Shanghai announced that parents would be able to sue their children if they refused to visit them.In addition they would also be given a bad credit rating. The father-of-three claims that his children have not come home enough and have not supported him over the past 10 years. However the daughters, Yang Liu, Yang Qing and Yang Lan have issued a counterclaim arguing that he is guilty of domestic violence and favouring boys over girls. Yang Liu claims that her father beat her in her own office after she failed to give him the money he was demanding from…

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Cops: 81-year-old veteran held hostage in motel for 4 years

KSNT News

HIGHLANDS, N.Y. (AP) — A New York man is accused of holding an 81-year-old Marine Corps veteran hostage in a motel for at least four years in order to steal his benefits checks.

Forty-three-year-old Perry Coniglio was arrested Tuesday in his room adjoining the victim’s at a motel in Highlands. The motel is next door to the Hudson Valley town’s police station.

Police say Coniglio used brute force and intimidation to get the elderly and diminished veteran to cooperate with him. Investigators say the victim received three checks every month. The amounts weren’t released.

The victim has been taken to a hospital for evaluation.

Coniglio is being held in jail on $15,000 bail. The Legal Aid Society attorney representing him wasn’t available for comment.

The charges against him include grand larceny and unlawful imprisonment.

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Wow! These photos are literally out of this world…

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It’s images like these that can make you question your entire existence…

Astrophotographers in Australia have taken photos of breathtaking, out-of-this-world images for the annual David Malin Awards.

The images were judged by Dr David Malin – a renowned astrophotographer – as part of 2016 Central West Astronomical Society‘s (CWAS) competition.

From stunning Arctic lights to the striking colours of constellations, here are some of the best night sky and space photos from the competition:

Smilin’ Orion

Smilin' Orion.
Overall winner (Troy Casswell/CWAS The David Malin Awards)

Trumpler 14

Trumpler 14.
Winner, Deep Sky category (Peter Ward/CWAS The David Malin Awards)

Stormy Stars

Stormy Stars.
Winner, Nightscapes category (Stephen Humpleby/CWAS The David Malin Awards)

The Milky Way over Bonnie Doon

The Milky Way over Bonnie Doon.
Winner, Light Pollution: The Bad and the Beautiful category (Neil Creek/CWAS The David Malin Awards)

Exaltation Moon Warrior

Exaltation Moon Warrior.
Photo Editor’s Choice category (James Stone/CWAS The David Malin Awards)

Star Factory

Star Factory.
Honourable mention, Deep Sky category…

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