Mass shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand:
A witness who did not want to be named told CNN that he smashed a window inside the mosque to escape. He said he was in the bathroom when multiple people began shooting.
“I turned to open the door to the toilet and they started firing and I said ‘what was going on’ and they just keep firing and firing,” he said.
“I smash the window and the firing just keep going,” he said.
Another witness told CNN that he prayed that the gunman would “run out of bullets.”
“I was thinking that he must run out bullets you know, so what I did was basically waiting and praying to God, oh God please let this guy run out of bullets,” he said. He said a man told him to remain still when the gunman shot the man “straight in the chest.”
What will happen to the students involved in the college admissions cheating scandal?:
As outrage grows over the massive alleged college admissions cheating scheme, the parties involved are working to contain the scandal.
Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson are dating, she confirms:
The 2020 Democratic field may have gained a contender Thursday with Beto O’Rourke — but it officially lost an eligible bachelor in Cory Booker.
Facebook loses two of its top execs:
Facebook is losing two of its top execs a week after laying out plans to reposition itself as a “privacy-focused” social network.
Jussie Smollett case clouds ‘Empire’ future:
The legal cloud of Jussie Smollett’s indictment hangs over “Empire” as the series returns with new episodes Wednesday, raising questions as to whether that uncertainty and off-screen drama will derail the Fox primetime soap — or perversely, temporarily spur interest in it.
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