1. 5:04 PM EDT, July 25, 2016 Former Wall Street Hotshot Defends Hamptons Bash: There Wasn't Any Damage

    Former Wall Street Hotshot Defends Hamptons...

    The man who threw a party that reportedly rivaled pleasure fests depicted in "The Wolf of Wall Street," says stories about his gathering are greatly exaggerated. "We raised money for...

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    Former Wall Street Hotshot Defends Hamptons Bash: There Wasn't Any Damage

    The man who threw a party that reportedly rivaled pleasure fests depicted in "The Wolf of Wall Street," says stories about his gathering are greatly exaggerated. "We raised money for charity. It was good, clean fun," Brett Barna told CNBC after the Fourth of July bash in the Hamptons, New York's rich and trendy beach resort. Homeowner Omar Amanat said the party caused $1 million worth of damages. The festivities cost Barna his job, but he is adamant that his soiree caused little or no damage.

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  2. 5:02 PM EST, December 4, 2016 Man Caught on Video Watching Another Man Deface Wall with Anti-Trump Message

    Man Caught on Video Watching Another Man Deface...

    Two men were caught on camera defacing public property with an anti-Trump message. Philadelphia Police released this video in hopes of catching the men, one of whom was carrying a...

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    Man Caught on Video Watching Another Man Deface Wall with Anti-Trump Message

    Two men were caught on camera defacing public property with an anti-Trump message. Philadelphia Police released this video in hopes of catching the men, one of whom was carrying a glass of wine. He is seen taking pictures of the other man spray painting this message on a supermarket's exterior wall. The wine-drinking spectator was identified as an attorney who works for the city. He reportedly admitted he made a "dumb mistake." Police are still looking for the other suspect.

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  3. 3:23 PM EST, December 4, 2016 Boy with Down Syndrome, Once Rejected for Modeling Jobs, Now in Childrens' Ad

    Boy with Down Syndrome, Once Rejected for...

    Asher Nash was ready for his close up and finally got it. The 17-month-old with Down syndrome is the new face of OshKosh B'gosh's Christmas ad campaign, all because his mother refused...

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    Boy with Down Syndrome, Once Rejected for Modeling Jobs, Now in Childrens' Ad

    Asher Nash was ready for his close up and finally got it. The 17-month-old with Down syndrome is the new face of OshKosh B'gosh's Christmas ad campaign, all because his mother refused to let anyone overlook him. Meagan Nash sent Asher's photos to modeling agencies, but when she learned the photos weren't being submitted for consideration on photo shoots she wondered why. A representative for an agency said it was because the ads didn't specify they were looking for children with special needs.

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