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Social media video shows Henry Ruggs III partying at a TopGolf in Las Vegas (left) four hours before he allegedly struck Tina Tintor's (right) car, killing her. The NFL star's blood-alcohol level was twice Nevada 's legal limit and he was traveling at 156mph in the moments leading up to Tuesday's fatal crash, per cops. Ruggs' mugshot (top inset) was released Wednesday, showing the now-former Las Vegas Raiders receiver with a neck brace and a cut across his nose. The Raiders released Ruggs hours before his first court appearance on felony charges of driving under the influence resulting in death and reckless driving. Cops said Ruggs was driving his Corvette at 156mph before colliding with the victim's Toyota RAV4 at 127mph at 3:40am on Tuesday in Las Vegas (bottom inset). The Toyota burst into flames, killing the driver, Tina Tintor, and her dog. Ruggs could face up to 46 years in prison if he's convicted on all counts. Ruggs signed a four-year, $16million deal with the Raiders after the 2021 Draft. The judge set bail, at at $150,000 with home confinement and monitoring.

Meghan Markle called two Republican senators to urge them to vote in favor of paid parental leave, it emerged on Wednesday - shocking the politicians with her latest foray into political activism. The move is just the beginning for the Los Angeles-born mother of two, as she is now hoping to be part of 'a working group to work on paid leave long term,' according to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. She called Republican Sens. Susan Collins from Maine Shelley Moore Capito from West Virginia, both of whom said they were shocked that Markle called out of the blue and noted that she even used her royal title to lobby for the cause. And it comes after she wrote a letter to the top Democrats directly lobbying them on the issue, and then buying gift cards for Starbucks for workers at an activism group in a high-profile stunt designed to raise awareness of the cause.

Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin could not be further away from the proudly bloviating, self-aggrandizing, crass, immoral adulterer our former President Donald Trump is.

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14 years after the controversial series finale of The Sopranos, series creator David Chase is finally opening up about his original plans for the death of James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano.

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Gov. Phil Murphy narrowly wins reelection in NJ after Republican surge took vote to the wire: Becomes the first Democrat in more than 40 years to win second term in the Garden State 

The New Jersey gubernatorial race was officially called for Democrat Phil Murphy Wednesday evening after the contest was deemed too close to call nearly 24 hours after polls closed. Murphy won by a razor-thin margin – 50 per cent to 49.2 per cent – in a state expected to be a landslide for President Joe Biden's party. With the victory, the incumbent governor became the first Democrat to win a gubernatorial reelection in New Jersey in more than 40 years. Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli protested the call with a retweet from a post made by his communications director. 'With the candidates separated by a fraction of a percent out of 2.4 million ballots cast, it's irresponsible of the media to make this call when the New Jersey Secretary of State doesn't even know how many ballots are left to be counted,' Stami Williams tweeted Wednesday after the AP called the election for Murphy. Murphy led Ciattarelli, a former New Jersey State lawmakers, by more than 16,000 votes Wednesday afternoon when 11 per cent of counties had yet to report, pulling out a wider lead thanks to returns from heavily-blue Mercer County, where the state capital of Trenton is located. Some have speculated the election could come down to a recount.  Unlike some places, New Jersey does not have any minimum requirements or guidelines for an automatic recount. A candidate or group of at least 10 voters can petition a Superior Court judge for a recount up to 17 days after the election. The race has also been plagued by counting issues that led to vote tallies being doubled in one county and election workers accidentally locking machines in others.

The Duchess of York could be called as a witness in the sex assault lawsuit against Prince Andrew after Virginia Roberts' lawyer spoke of his intentions to speak with two British witnesses.

Henry Ruggs III's blood-alcohol level was twice Nevada's legal limit and he was traveling at 156mph in the moments leading up to the crash that left another driver dead and injured his passenger.

The husband of Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer who was shot dead on the set of Alec Baldwin's movie Rust, has hired lawyers and is set to file a wrongful death lawsuit, according to a report. Matthew Hutchins has hired the firm Panish, Shea, Boyle and Ravipudi in Los Angeles, TMZ reports. Sources told the outlet that there will be multiple defendants in the suit and it will be filed on behalf of Matthew and their son Andros, nine.

Nikole Hannah-Jones on Tuesday night addressed staff and students as part of the university's Writers' Week - earning almost $17,000 for her time. The fee was paid by private donors, the university said. Yet critics said that the cost was equivalent to two years' tuition for in-state students, and would have been better spent on a scholarship. Hannah-Jones was in talks to accept a teaching job at the university, but, under pressure, they withdrew the offer of tenure. She turned them down and in July accepted an alternative job at Howard University.

The boy, 16, admitted two counts of statutory rape at an earlier hearing at a UK Crown Court, pictured. He was handed a two-year youth referral order with a supervision and activity requirement.

Billionaires including George Soros, Blackwater founder Erik Prince, financier Ira Rennert and Buffalo Bills NFL owner Terrence Pegula are among those to have received checks.

Mary Alyce Scarbrough (left) was charged after allegedly stealing the personal items of Jo Acker (right) shortly after the 26-year-old was slain in a Boise, Idaho, mall shooting on October 25

A 15-year-old girl (pictured in shadow) says she was suspended from Hawthorne Academy High School (pictured) in North Carolina after she reported being sexually assaulted by a male classmate

Excuses, excuses! Biden bizarrely blames TRUMP, 'very conservative folk' and people 'upset about COVID and the price of gasoline' for Dems' catastrophic defeat in Virginia governor race and pins all his hopes on Build Back Better package

Joe Biden blamed on Wednesday Donald Trump's supporters for the crushing defeat of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Virginia's gubernatorial race, suggesting if his agenda passed before Election Day that the results may have been different.  'I think it should have passed before Election Day, but I'm not sure that I would be able to have changed the number of very conservative folks who turned out and the red districts who were Trump voters. But maybe,' the president said during a White House event on Wednesday. When asked if Democrats should have won in Virginia considering Biden won it by 10 points in 2020, the president said: 'I know we did, but we also - I was running against Donald Trump.'

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Democrats on Wednesday called for lawmakers to act to end months of delays and haggling over budget bills, in light of Republican Glenn Youngkin's win over Democrat Terry McAuliffe.

Hosts on MSNBC and CNN were unable to contain their shock at McAuliffe's defeat, with Jake Tapper looking at a map of the election results and saying flatly: 'Oh my God.'

'We come across as annoying, offensive and out of touch': CNN's Van Jones says Democrats live in an 'echo chamber' and need to change in wake of GOP shellacking 

Political commentator Van Jones (left) dragged Democrats for living in their own 'echo chamber' and said that they get in their own way of winning voters by coming across in ways that are 'annoying and offensive and seem out of touch.' Jones, a former Obama administration official, appeared on CNN on election night as it became clear that Republican Glenn Youngkin would best Democrat Terry McAuliffe (right) as governor of Virginia and Republican Jack Ciattarelli was ahead of Incumbent Phil Murphy in the polls in New Jersey's gubernatorial race.

Florida's Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, a likely 2024 presidential candidate, became the latest national GOP figure to reference the vulgar phrase. He said it 'exposes the dishonesty' of media.

Tom Hanks says Jeff Bezos invited him to go to space before William Shatner but asked him to pay $28M for the pleasure 

Toy Story actor Tom Hanks, 65, wasn't too impressed with billionaire Amazon CEO Jeff Bezo's $28million offer to go to space on Blue Origin's second all-civilian flight. The actor told late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, 53, that he was 'good' and wasn't going to pay '28million bucks for something like that.' Bezos became a part of the first all-civilian, unpiloted crew in July and launched a second flight in mid-October. Hanks was replaced with Star Trek's William Shatner, 90, who became the oldest person to go to space. He reportedly did not pay to go to space.

'It's garbage': Biden DENIES report he's giving $450,000 to migrants separated at the border under Trump

President Joe Biden was confronted by a Fox News reporter about the claim that his administration will give migrant families who entered the country illegally up to $1 million on Wednesday. Fox had asked Biden if the reported payments 'might incentivize more people to come over illegally.' Biden replied, 'If you guys keep sending that garbage out, yeah.' The lump sums have been put forward as a way for the U.S. Justice Department to settle lawsuits with migrants who say the policy caused them lasting psychological damage.