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Five young siblings and one adult died early Saturday when a sport utility vehicle went off an eastern Mississippi road and plunged into a rain-swollen creek, authorities said.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth will use her traditional Christmas Day message, filmed in 3D for the first time, to pay tribute to the world's athletes for delivering a "splendid summer of sport" at the London Olympics. In her personal address to the nation, the monarch will pay tribute to the competitors' "skill, dedication, training and teamwork", her office said on Monday. The 86-year-old head of state provided an Olympic highlight when she made a surprise comic turn with James Bond actor Daniel Craig in a short film for the opening ceremony. ...
Long Island Internet Presence specialist develops a website and Facebook page pro-bono to help Team Heroes.Hauppauge, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2012 Long Island Internet marketing and SEO specialist Flexible Systems has created a brand new website and Internet presence for Team Heroes, a not-for-profit organization that provides children with autism the opportunity to play a team sport. The new website will serve as a resource for parents, help to attract donors, and spread the word about Team Heroes. ...
A grand jury indicted a Florida man for first degree murder on Thursday in the shooting death of an unarmed, black high school student last month after an argument over loud rap music. Software developer Michael Dunn, 46, shot high school junior Jordan Davis, 17, through the window of a sport utility vehicle at a Jacksonville convenience store gas station on November 23, before driving away, authorities say. Dunn, who is white, faces charges of attempted first degree murder for firing at the car which contained three other passengers, all friends of Davis. ...
'If I see Young Jeezy again, will I try to choke him? I don't know that's an option,' Rozay addresses BET Hip Hop Awards run-in.
By Rob Markman
Rick Ross and Young Jeezy
Photo: Getty Images Rick Ross doesn't usually address his drama in the media all willy nilly, but during a Monday night radio interview, the Maybach Music boss had quite a few things to get off his tattooed chest. First, Rozay wanted to make it clear that his MMG Tour cancelation had nothing to do with Internet gang threats, and then the God Forgives, I Don't MC went on to address his BET Hip Hop Awards run-in with rival Young Jeezy. "When we crossed paths, I said 'Wassup,' as soon as he said 'wassup,' I tried to choke him," Ross point blank when sitting with 99 Jamz host Felisha Monet. There has been conflicting accounts about what occurred between the two rap stars backstage at the award show, taped in Atlanta back on September 29. While Jeezy downplayed the incident, Ross says that things got a tad physical. That was before he claims the Snowman's security broke up the impending scuffle. Rozay's rap protégé Gunplay also got into some drama of his own that same day when he got into a fight with members of 50 Cent's G-Unit crew. According to Ross, after the run-in with Jeezy, he and Gunplay got separated and that's when he ended up alone face-to-face with Fif's camp. "That's how he ended up in the trailers on the other by himself in that situation or we would've been there and that would've been a totally different story," he boasted. "You gotta understand, with me it's nothing personal. I'm a hands-on-type dude. I'm better with my hands than I am at making music," he continued. "So it's not personal, but if I see Young Jeezy again, will I try to choke him? I don't know that's an option. If I see 50 Cent, is it personal? Not at all, but it's an option." Instead, the "Hustlin' " rapper suggests that he and 50 can compete in the boxing world, where the G-Unit head now holds a promoter's license. This past weekend Fif's new fighter Yuriorkis Gamboa won a 12-round decision against Michael Farenas in the undercard to Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez's thrilling pay-per-view match. "I like that," Ross said congratulating 50 on the strides he's made in the sport. "I may let him get a one-year head start on me on that and next year I get in on that and we can beef on that too." How would you wish for Rick Ross and Young Jeezy to handle their long-standing beef? Let us know in the comments! Related Videos 'RapFix' Gets 'Made' With Rick Ross And MMG Related Artists Rick Ross Young Jeezy
MTV News assembles an all-star cast to help Lohan tell her roller-coaster life story in a made-up, made-for-TV drama.
By Rob Markman
Photo: Jason LaVeris/ FilmMagic It's hard being Lindsay Lohan, and no one knows that more than Lindsay herself. With her mounting legal trouble, New York nightclub fights and the tepid reviews of her recent Lifetime flick "Liz & Dick," things may look bleak for the embattled actress, but La Lohan isn't without options. There was a time when Lindsay was on top of the world, and if you need a refresher, you can catch her 2004 cult-classic comedy "Mean Girls" on MTV2 on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET, but if the redhead bombshell is pondering her next move, we here at MTV News have a surefire suggestion: The Lindsay Lohan Made-for-Television Movie. We're betting networks will pay big bucks for the rights to LL's story, which we've titled "Lindsay: Mean Girl 4 Life." It practically writes itself. And because we're so hot on the idea, we figured we'd help out and cast the thing for our pal Lindsay. She can thank us later. Judith Light as Dina Lohan
Dina Lohan is no stranger to drama, and Judith Light is no stranger to made-for-TV dramas. Granted, the former "Who's the Boss?" star has about 10 years on Lindsay's mom, but being married to Michael Lohan can really age a person. Christopher Meloni as Michael Lohan
Before he landed his most famous television role as Detective Elliot Stabler on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," actor Christopher Meloni was doing hard time as inmate Chris Keller on HBO's prison drama "Oz." Given Michael Lohan's frequent trips to the penitentiary, Meloni could really tap into the psyche of LL's dad, seeing as he famously played both a cop and a criminal. Plus, you got to admit: They look a hell of a lot alike. From "Parent Trap" to "Mean Girls": We look back on Lindsay's career ... before the storm. Lea Michele as Ali Lohan
Little Ali Lohan may only be 18 years old, but Lea Michele has made a living by playing high school student Rachel Berry on "Glee." It's really the perfect casting if you think about it: The camera loves both brunettes and they both love to sing — even if Lea is the only one of the two who can actually sing. Plus, we here at MTV News like to think Lea and Lindsay formed a sort of sisterly bond when LL guested on "Glee" earlier this year. Here's hoping. Ryan Lee as Cody Lohan
OK, we'll admit it: We didn't really know who to cast as Lohan's youngest sib. The "Super 8" actor and Young Cody were both born in 1996 and both sport long locks, so we just went with that. Plus, we can really see these two having a serious bro-fest if Lee ever decided to reach out to Cody for a character study. Hilary Swank as Samantha Ronson
Remember when Lindsay dated Samantha Ronson? Remember when Hilary Swank won an Oscar for her role in "Boys Don't Cry"? Bam, our work here is done! Mark Salling as Max George
The sun goes down, the stars come out, and geez, Mark Salling looks a hell of a lot like Max George from the Wanted. In the grand scheme of Lindsay's life, the current object of her affection will only play a small role, but we couldn't miss the chance to cast another "Glee" star in our amazing flick. Someone tell the Texas-born Puck to brush up on his English accent: We've got a movie to make! The Wanted call Lindsay Lohan "a total sweetheart." Kerry Washington as Shawn Chapman Holley
Lindsay's lawyer is arguably the most important person in her life, so the casting for Shawn Chapman Holley has to be handled with great care. You can't just leave these legal matters to a rookie — no, this is a job for Olivia Pope. Kerry Washington is on fire in her new television drama "Scandal," and if she's good enough for the president, she's good enough for LL. Brandon T. Jackson as Prodigy
We're not exactly sure what went down between Prodigy and LL Cool Lo. According to the Mobb Deep rapper's tell-all book "My Infamous Life," he and Lindsay met at a New York City nightclub, drank and danced the night away. It's a story too random to leave out of this television masterpiece. We figured Brandon T. Jackson could handle the gig because no one would ever believe Donald Glover as a gun-toting thug from Queens. Lindsay Lohan as Lindsay Lohan
Face it: There is no actress in the game with the chops to play a character as multilayered and complex as Lindsay Lohan. She may have taken a dive as Elizabeth Taylor, but when it comes to playing herself, there is no one better than Lindsay herself. "You're plastic. Cold, shiny, hard plastic." Grab the microwave popcorn and tune into Lindsay Lohan's mid-aughts classic "Mean Girls" airing Sunday, December 9, on MTV at 2 and 9 p.m.! Related Photos The Highs And Lows Of Lindsay Lohan Lindsay Lohan's Early Career: In Photos