We just hope everything is all right!
Whatever the case may be, we only hope Tara is happy and healthy.
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It's so hard to say goodbye!
One of those correspondents is the amazing Jason Jones who made his final appearance on the show he's been on since 2005 and there were definitely a lot of tears in this episode!
The epic goodbye interview happened this past Thursday and it was bitter-sweet to witness Jon and Jason rehash some of their most favorite moments on The Daily Show and how key Jason has been for the show these past almost ten years.
And Jon was definitely getting a little sappy during the segment. We could tell when he told Jason:
"Nothing makes my job easier than knowing there is someone there who I can always go to, and always count on who's going to deliver the funny, the smart, the everything. You were always that dude."
Aww! That's so sweet!
Jason and his wife Samantha Bee are both taking their leave to head to another channel for a sitcom, but they're will always be remembered as a key component of this show during its absolute prime!
See you later, Jason! Wishing you much success on your next endeavor!!!
Check out the short but sweet goodbye down (below)!!
Devin Norman is a 26-year-old gay man who was brutally beaten, simply for being gay.
But now there are conflicting reports. Now, more details are emerging and the FBI is getting involved!!
It all went down in the town of Corinth, Mississippi when James Scott, 23, brutally beat Devin Norman in a Walmart parking lot. That part is not really in dispute. But the 'why' is.
He allegedly came out of nowhere and attacked Devin, screaming homophobic slurs at him and kicking him repeatedly.
Police eventually caught and arrested Mr. Scott, who was charged with simple assault. Due to the serious nature of Norman's wounds, people were outraged the charge wasn't "aggravated assault." It was eventually upgraded from "simple" to "aggravated" after police realized Norman had broken bones.
What upset people the most, though, was that LGBT people have no hate crime protection under Mississippi law. So James Scott was going to get off pretty easy compared to what could've happened.
That's when people in the community
This February, the sports world lost a true legend when iconic North Carolina Tar Heels basketball coach Dean Smith passed away at 83 years old.
However, his former players are learning today that the bond they shared with their coach is still alive and well.
Before he died, Coach Smith wanted to make sure his players (specifically his lettermen players) knew how much they meant to him, so he made sure to leave them a little present in his will!
So what exactly did he leave them? Well, Dean made sure a letter was sent to 180 of his former players containing a check for $200 and a note to "enjoy a dinner out"!
Awwwww! How sweet is that!!
Former UNC player Jim Dempsey posted a picture of the letter he and many others received this morning, and we're sure more than a few players were fighting back some waterworks when this came in the mail!
See the whole note (below)!
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The Fast & Furious franchise is all about family, and that family lost its most longtime member in Paul Walker.
It's only fitting then that the end of the late star's final entry in the series will be all about him.
So far the film's stars are keeping mum on how the character of Brian O'Connor is written out of the franchise, but Tyrese Gibson will say how the film ends — with a very special tribute.
Speaking with HuffPoLive, the actor revealed:
This is so sad.
Blake Brockington made history last year when he became the first transgender homecoming king at his high school in Charlotte, North Carolina, but Blake has apparently, and tragically, committed suicide this past Monday.
The 18 year old was viewed as an important leader in the LGBT community and the teen had made more than a few inspirational quotes throughout his short lifetime.
Here's what he said at the time when he won the homecoming crown:
The story of the crash of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 in the French Alps has taken an awful and unexpected turn.
According to information gleaned from the recovered black box, it appears that the co-pilot may have intentionally crashed the plane.
First Officer Andreas Lubitz was apparently in the cockpit alone — with the captain locked out — when the plane began its descent.
There were then sounds of banging on the recording, implying
Cissy publicly thanked all of BK's supporters at WBLS FM 107.5 in New York and opened up about her grandaughter's condition, saying: