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Travis Scott, Injured Fan’s Own Mom Took Rapper’s Side in Concert Lawsuit

Travis Scott Injured Fan’s Own Mom Took Rapper’s Side in Concert Lawsuit 11/2/2017 12:55 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Travis Scott did not incite anyone at his April 30 concert to jump from the balconies, and although an injured fan is now suing the rapper, the fan’s own mom disputed the claim that Travis was responsible. Kyle Green is suing Travis, claiming the rapper incited the crowd to do crazy things like jump. Green says he didn’t jump but something happened that caused him to fall. Green says Travis and his people were callous … he claims he was unceremoniously scooped up without a cervical collar or backboard.  He says he’s now confined to a wheelchair. Green’s lawyer says his client is partially paralyzed. But check out the video … you never hea...

Arnold Schwarzenegger & Maria Shriver Still Not Divorced

Arnold and Maria Still Not Divorced 11/2/2017 1:00 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s wife, Maria Shriver, filed for divorce more than 6 years ago, but guess what — they’re still not divorced. Harvey interviewed Arnold for “OBJECTified” and raised the issue of divorce. Maria filed on July 1, 2011, several months after the story broke that Arnold had fathered a baby with the couple’s housekeeper. At the time she filed, two of their kids — Patrick and Christopher — were both minors. They’re both adults now so custody is not an issue. As we reported, the couple does not have a prenup and they amassed a $400 million fortune during their 25-year marriage. We’re told for years, their business people have worked on how the property...

How the Astros dominated Yu Darvish (again)

4:14 AM ET LOS ANGELES — The 2017 season ended with Charlie Morton throwing a 96 mph fastball to Corey Seager, Seager hitting a ground ball to Jose Altuve, Altuve throwing the ball to Yuli Gurriel and then all the Houston Astros charging in from the bullpen and the dugout, their orange jerseys swarming the field at Dodger Stadium. It was a beautiful thing to see — a baseball celebration. The story of Game 7 and the Astros’ 5-1 clinching victory, however, begins in the top of the first inning and with the first batter. George Springer walked up to the plate, said a few words to Austin Barnes as he put a hand on the catcher’s shoulder — words about good luck and admiration for what had been an exhilarating first six games — and then dug in to face Yu Darvi...

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WATCH: 2 Americans among 8 killed in NYC truck attack

Transcript for 2 Americans among 8 killed in NYC truck attack They’re stuck in here! Reporter: You can hear the Panik their voices. Are you okay? Oh my god. Reporter: This man getting his first look at the mangled school bus — Did you call 911? Oh my god, oh my god. The guy t-boned — come on there’s kids right there. Reporter: Police and fire crews rushing in to save the children. Oh my god. Reporter: This moment captured minutes after the suspect, sayfullo saipov, allegedly took a rental truck on a path of terror. This was an attack on united States of America, an attack on New York City, an attack on our people, and it was the definition of terrorism. Reporter: Tonight we’re being told that he planned this for weeks. Even making a dry run. And that he’...

WATCH: Houston Astros defeat LA Dodgers to claim World Series title

Now Playing: Dodgers, Astros head to Game 7 of World Series Now Playing: Dodgers defeat Astros to tie up World Series Now Playing: Astros 1 win away from 1st-ever World Series title Now Playing: Teen girls open up about the ‘constant pressure’ of social media Now Playing: 2 Americans among 8 killed in NYC truck attack Now Playing: 8 dead in NYC after man mows down pedestrians, cyclists with truck Now Playing: Justin Bieber’s pastor reveals how he overcame being judged in new book Now Playing: 35 Years later: ‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Vanna White on Pat Sajak, loving her job Now Playing: Trump foreign policy adviser has pleaded guilty, as Manafort, Gates are indicted Now Playing: Inside ‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Vanna White’s closet Now Playing: &...

The Ingraham Angle – Wednesday, November 1

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Grandmother scattered nude photos of son’s ex around high school, police say

A 60-year-old grandmother sneaked into Pleasure Ridge Park High School in Louisville and distributed stolen nude photos depicting her son’s ex-girlfriend, according to police. Frances Joyce Bailey allegedly entered the school Oct. 18 by closely following two students who had been buzzed into the building, WDRB-TV reported. Police charge that Bailey threw the nude photos on the floor of the girls’ restroom, then exited the school and tossed more of the photos on the ground near the school parking lot. Bailey allegedly took the photos from her son’s phone without his consent. The woman appearing in the nudes, whose son attends the high school, had recently filed an emergency protective order against Bailey’s son, according to Wave 3 News. Police said the photos were found by underage student...

‘What Is Love’ Singer Haddaway ‘Memba Him?!

‘What Is Love’ Singer Haddaway ‘Memba Him?! 11/2/2017 12:00 AM PDT Singer Haddaway is best known for getting your head bobbing with his 1993 single ‘What Is Love‘ … or what may also be known as the ‘A Night at the Roxybury‘ song. Guess what he looks like now!

LeBron on fourth straight loss: ‘Our team is kind of depleted’

3:30 AM ET CLEVELAND — LeBron James is in the midst of the most lopsided losing streak of his career. The Cleveland Cavaliers‘ 124-107 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday marked the Cavs’ fourth straight loss by a combined 63 points. Cleveland’s current stretch of futility edges out the four-game losing streak James endured in March 2004 when he lost four games by a combined 61 points as a rookie. While James put the third loss of the streak — a 114-95 rout at the hands of the New York Knicks — in perspective by saying he was “not about to go crazy over it” because it was only October, his nonchalance was gone when he addressed the fourth loss in a row, to Indiana. “It’s a new month,” James said, explaining his dour mood...