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Halle Berry stands up to trespassing paparazzi: New mommy Halle Berry alleges that an overzealous paparazzi trespassed on her private property to get a shot of her daughter Nahla. The photo was circulated all over the Internet and appeared in two celeb magazines. The photog claims the photos were taken out in public, but Halle has filed a criminal complaint and the situation is currently under investigation.

Married father of 2 admits to tryst with Spitzer prostitute: Thomas Earle of New Jersey told his wife and mother of his two daughters that he was going out of town on a business trip, but instead was caught with Ashley Dupre, the prostitute who brought down New York's governor Eliot Spitzer. Earle first denied the affair, saying Ashley set him up, which his wife believed, but has since admitted to the fling.

3-month-old saved from tornado wreckage: An infant boy was trapped under the rubble of a house after a tornado plowed through New Hampshire on Thursday. The baby's crying helped rescuers locate him under the flattened home, but unfortunately his grandmother who was watching him while the boy's parents were at work has died.

Bullies and their victims face health risks: A new study found that 39% of students in grades 6 through 10 were the victim, perpetrator, or sometimes both of bullying. Kids involved in bullying situations were at a higher risk of physical and emotional injury, more likely to abuse over-the-counter medications, hurt other people or animals, use a weapon, and be absent from school. According to researchers, the bullies themselves are more likely to suffer these problems than the victims.

More Info: Halle Berry, Ashley Dupre, Infant Pulled from Tornado Wreckage, Bullies Face Heath Risks


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