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100-year-old woman 'arrested,' 'booked' to cross item off bucket list

An elderly woman from the Netherlands spent some time in the big house and crossed an item off her bucket list.

Annie, whose last name wasn't released, was "arrested" and "booked" into a jail in the town of Nijmegen-Zuid, ABC reported.

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Police helped grant her wish of getting what she called an inside experience of a jail cell.

They posted photos of Annie's booking to the department's Facebook page as she smiled for the camera and showed off her handcuffs.

Bijna 100 en een bucketlist:Vanochtend hebben we Annie een zeer mooie dag kunnen bezorgen door één van haar laatste...Posted by Politie Nijmegen-Zuid on Thursday, February 23, 2017

Steve Harvey reacts to epic Oscars gaffe

Oscars 2017: 'Moonlight' wins Best Picture after 'La La Land' mistakenly announced

The 89th Annual Academy Awards ended on a confusing note, to say the least, after a mistake in the named winner of Best Picture.

>> Oscars 2017: Social media reacts to 'Moonlight,' 'La La Land' gaffe

Actor Warren Beatty was on stage presenting the award with actress Faye Dunaway and after pausing to read the winner, he looked to Dunaway. She then announced that the award went to musical "La La Land."

The filmmakers were in the middle of giving out thank yous when they were interrupted by "La La Land" producer Jordan Horowitz.

It turns out the winner of the Best Picture Oscar was the coming-of-age drama "Moonlight."

"I'm sorry ... There's a mistake. 'Moonlight' -- you guys won Best Picture," Horowitz said. "This is not a joke. 'Moonlight' has won Best Picture."

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Horowitz showed the shocked audience the winner card for proof.

"This is very unfortunate," host Jimmy Kimmel  said, before joking. "Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this," he joked.

Beatty said he paused when reading not as a joke, but because when he opened the envelope, it had Emma Stone's name and "La La Land," "which is why I took such a long look at Faye, and at you," Beatty said. "I wasn't trying to be funny."

The Washington Post reported that "Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins, still shocked, spoke onstage, saying, "Even in my dreams this could not be true, but to hell with dreams, I’m done with it because this is true. Oh my goodness."

People reported that "Moonlight" co-executive producer Adele Romanski turned the focus to the film's impact.

"I think I hope even more than that it’s inspiring to people --  little black boys and brown girls and other folks watching at home who feel marginalized and take some inspiration from seeing this beautiful group of artists held by this amazing talent, my friend Barry Jenkins standing up on here on this stage accepting this top honor."

Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, which tallies Academy Awards votes, issued the following statement:

"We sincerely apologize to 'Moonlight,' 'La La Land,' Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway and Oscar viewers for the error that was made during the award announcement for best picture," the statement said. "The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered, was immediately corrected. We are currently investigating how this could have happened and deeply regret that this occurred. We appreciate the grace with which the nominees, the Academy, ABC and Jimmy Kimmel handled the situation."

>> See the statement here

PricewaterhouseCoopers statement: "The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope" #Oscars— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 27, 2017

See video of the mishap below.

Oscars shocker: Warren Beatty reads the wrong Best Picture winner, 'La La Land' didn't win -- 'Moonlight' did.— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 27, 2017

Parents hog-tie son with duct tape, go to dinner, police said

A Wisconsin couple are facing charges after police said they confined their 12-year-old son with duct tape and then went to dinner, leaving the child home alone.

According to police, the child was left in the mother's car when she went into a local store. The boy left the car to buy Silly Putty at another location. When she found out where he went, she told her son that he had to return the toy before going home, WISN reported.

After the outing, police said that Ann Kubehl told her husband, Ismael Guzman, what happened.

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Police said that's when Guzman took duct tape and hog-tied the child, wrapping the tape around his head and mouth, WISN reported.

Police said that Kubehl and Guzman left the boy in the hallway in their home and then went to dinner 25 minutes away.

The next day, the boy's school principal noticed marks on him and alerted police.

Originally Kubehl told them that she went to a grocery store that night, but police said that her story didn't match Guzman's. She later told them where they really went.

Kubehl allegedly told police that they can remove her child from their care, "but I don't want the neglect charges because that will take my job away," WISN reported.

Sean Spicer targets his staff in White House leak probe, report claims

After information from a meeting with his own staffers leaked to the media, Press Secretary Sean Spicer summoned them to a meeting with White House attorneys and forced them to turn over every digital device in their possession for a “phone check," Politico reported Sunday.

The search reportedly included any devices staffers had with them, including personal and government devices. Spicer warned staffers that using encrypted messaging apps like Signal, Whisper, Wickr and Confide were violations of the Federal Records Act, according to the report.

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The account, ironically, is a leak itself. It comes from several anonymous sources and is the latest in a stream of leaks from within President Donald Trump's administration that paint an anonymously sourced, unflattering picture of the Trump White House.

In the face of stories about his team and their purported relationship to Russia, Trump has decried the leaks as illegal and lashed out at news outlets that have been most eager to publish leaks from the administration and intelligence community.

Back at the meeting, after searching the devices of everyone present, Spicer allegedly warned staffers that more consequences would come from leaking information about that meeting and the phone check.

Read more here.

Fla. homeowner uses martial arts training to protect home from accused burglar

A Florida homeowner was able to protect his home and his belongings thanks his martial arts training.

Brian Burch told WBBH that he used Brazilian jiujitsu to subdue and hold Josue Ortiz until police could respond.

Burch also said he had wrestled before and had trained in jiujitsu for more than two years.

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He said that Ortiz hand entered his open garage and was holding Burch's jackhammer and airgun cases when he confronted Ortiz.

Burch said that Ortiz told him that he was sent by Ortiz's boss to pick up the tools. When questioned again, Burch said Ortiz tried to run and that's when he jumped into action. 

A neighbor saw what was going on and called police.

Ortiz had a broken nose after the fight. 

Once police arrived, they discovered several of Burch's tools inside Ortiz's car, WBBH reported.

Ortiz was sent to the Lee County Jail, charged with burglary and grand theft. He was released Sunday after posting bond, according to the Lee County Sheriff's department. WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

7 things to know now: Oscar mix-up; Mardi Gras crash; new DNC chair; Bill Paxton dies

Here's a roundup of news trending across the nation and world today.

What to know now:

1. Wrong Oscar announced: Actors Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway apparently took the wrong envelope with them onstage when they announced the winner of the Oscar for best picture at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony. Beatty seemed to realize something was wrong and hesitated before Dunaway announced the winner as “La La Land.” Midway through the acceptance speech by “La La Land” producers, someone ran onstage to point out that it was actually “Moonlight” that won the award. Gasps could be heard in the audience as “Moonlight’s” producers came onstage to claim their prize. Other than that … the show went long, but was relatively uneventful.

2. Mardi Gras crash: A man with a blood-alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit drove his truck into a crowd of New Orleans Mardi Gras parade-goers Saturday, injuring 28 people. Neilson Rizzuto, 25, has been charged with two counts of first-degree vehicular negligence resulting in injury, and one count each of reckless operation and hit-and-run driving. Rizzuto had a blood-alcohol level of .232 percent, according to police, nearly three times the legal limit of 0.08 percent in Louisiana. At least 12 people were critically injured in the crash.

3. New wireless plan: AT&T announced Monday that it is adding two new “unlimited” wireless plans to their menu of mobile options. The news comes after Verizon offered an unlimited data plan earlier this month.

4. Nominee withdraws: Philip Bilden, President Trump's nominee for secretary of the Navy, has withdrawn his name from consideration for the job. Bilden said his business interests – he recently retired from a private equity investment management firm – would prevent him from satisfying the Office of Government Ethics requirements, “without undue disruption and materially adverse divestment of my family's private financial interests."

5. New DNC chair: Tom Perez, Labor secretary under President Barack Obama, was elected as the head of the Democratic National Committee on Saturday. Perez won a close race against Rep. Keith Ellison, (D-Minn.), on the second ballot. After the win, Perez asked Ellison to be his deputy chairman. Ellison had been backed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-N.Y.), and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D-Mass.).

And  one more

Actor Bill Paxton who starred in movies such as “Apollo 13,” “Aliens,” and “Twister,” died this weekend following heart surgery. A statement from a family representative read in part, "It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery. A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker. …” Paxton was 61.

In case you missed it

Here’s how the Academy Award mix-up went down.

Joseph Wapner, 'People's Court' judge, dead at 97

Rest in peace, Judge Joseph Wapner.

According to The Associated Press and TMZ, the fan favorite from “The People’s Court” died Sunday. He was 97 years old.

"The People's Court," which debuted in September 1981, helped open the doors for reality TV, including popular court shows.

>> PHOTOS: Notable deaths in 2017

Wapner entertained audiences with his opinionated personality and heard thousands of cases during his 12-year run, which ended in 1993.

Before he was a TV judge, Wapner was a judge in Los Angeles' municipal and superior courts. 

He was reportedly hospitalized earlier last week for breathing problems, and his condition worsened. He returned to his Los Angeles home on Friday and was under hospice care until he passed away on Sunday.

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Wapner was married to his wife, Mickey, for 70 years and had three children.

Oscars 2017: Social media reacts to 'Moonlight,' 'La La Land' gaffe


The 89th annual Academy Awards went out with a bang – an epic mixup over which film took the Oscar for best picture.

>> 'Moonlight' wins Best Picture after 'La La Land' mistakenly announced

>> Complete list of winners

>> PHOTOS: 2017 Oscars red carpet arrivals

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After Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, who were apparently given the wrong winner's card, announced that "La La Land" had won the award, producer Jordan Horowitz made a shocking revelation onstage as the filmmakers were giving their thank-yous: "Moonlight" was the real victor.

Celebrities and fans immediately took to social media to share their reactions. 

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2017 Oscars: 'Moonlight' best picture, complete list of winners

Mahershala Ali became the first Muslim actor to win an Academy Award; the ESPN film "O.J.: Made in America" at 7 hours and 47 minutes is the longest movie to win; and after 21 nominations Kevin O'Connell won his first.

>> Oscars 2017: Social media reacts to 'Moonlight,' 'La La Land' gaffe

>> 'Moonlight' wins Best Picture after 'La La Land' mistakenly announced

>> PHOTOS: 2017 Oscars red carpet arrivals

>> PHOTOS: 2017 Oscars show

"La La Land" also won multiple Oscars during the 89th Annual Academy Awards Sunday, almost winning best picture before it was realized that "Moonlight" was the actual pick.


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Here is a complete list of winners:

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Oscars 2017: Jimmy Kimmel surprises Hollywood tourists with Academy Awards visit

During Sunday night’s Academy Awards, host Jimmy Kimmel pulled a prank on a group of people who thought they had taken a bus to tour a museum. Instead, they entered the building to discover that they had been taken to the Oscars.

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While there, the tour bus riders snapped photos as they were introduced to some stars, including Ryan Gosling, the “overrated” Meryl Streep, and Casey Affleck.

One engaged couple, who identified themselves as Gary and Vicky, even got to meet Denzel Washington, who mock-officiated their wedding in front of the crowd. Gary also had the chance to hold Mahershala Ali’s Oscar and pose for photos.

The prank got mixed reviews on social media, with some thinking it was hilarious and others find the ordeal a bit uncomfortable.

​2017 Oscars: Mahershala Ali makes history as first Muslim to win an Academy Award

Mahershala Ali has a lot to celebrate this week.

On top of welcoming a daughter with wife, Amatus Sami-Karim, on Sunday, Ali became the first ever Muslim actor to win an Academy Award. He won for his role in the film "Moonlight."

During his emotional acceptance speech, Ali took a moment to thank his "wonderful teachers and professors" and shared some advice he learned from them.

RELATED: 2017 Oscars: Jimmy Kimmel gets political in opening monologue

"It's not about you, it's about these characters," he said. "You are a servant. You're in service to these stories and these characters."

Ali also thanked Sami-Karim, who stood by his side during her third trimester of pregnancy with daughter Bari Najma Ali throughout all of award season.

"I just want to thank her for being a soldier through it all and carrying me through this process," he said.

2017 Oscars: Iranian director Asghar Farhadi issues statement on immigration, doesn't appear onstage

Director Asghar Farhadi won the Academy Award for best foreign language film for his work on "The Salesman," Sunday, but was not there to accept the Oscar.

Vanity Fair reported that instead, the Iranian director sent Anousheh Ansari, the first Iranian and first Muslim woman in space, and Firouz Naderi, former director of Solar Systems Exploration at NASA,  to accept the award on his behalf.

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Farhadi said in a January statement to The New York Times that he would not be attending the ceremony, in response to President Donald Trump's controversial ban on immigration from seven majority Muslim countries, and stuck to his word.

Ansari read a statement from Farhadi as she accepted the award:

I’m sorry I’m not with you tonight. My absence is out of respect for the people of my country and those of other six nations whom have been disrespected by the inhuman law that bans entry of immigrants to the U.S. Dividing the world into the us and our enemies categories creates fear. A deceitful justification for aggression and war. These wars prevent democracy and human rights in countries which have themselves been victims of aggression. Filmmakers can turn their cameras to capture shared human qualities and break stereotypes of various nationalities and religions. They create empathy between us and others. An empathy which we need today more than ever. Thank you on behalf of Mr. Farhadi.

Watch Ansari read Farhadi's statement at the ceremony in the video from ABC News below.

Statement read on behalf of foreign language film winner Asghar Farhadi denounces "inhumane law that bans entry of immigrants to the US"— ABC News (@ABC) February 27, 2017

Trader Joe's recalls apple sauce for glass

Grocery chain Trader Joe’s says it is recalling certain varieties of its apple sauce because of the potential presence of glass.

The First Crush Unsweetened Gravenstein Apple Sauce best before Aug. 8; Organic Unsweetened Apple Sauce best before Oct. 6; and All Natural Unsweetened Apple Sauce best before Dec. 16 have been removed from shelves and destroyed.

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“If you purchased any of these Unsweetened Apple Sauce products with the affected codes, please do not eat it,” the company said in a release. “We urge you to discard the product or return it to any Trader Joe’s for a full refund.”

2017 Oscars: Jimmy Kimmel gets political in opening monologue

Jimmy Kimmel kicked off the Academy Awards by making a few jokes at President Donald Trump's expense.

When it came to preparing for the show, Kimmel was told he needed to unite the Academy, and he just had one thing to say about that: "Let's just get something straight: I'm not here to do that."

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Instead, Kimmel encouraged the crowd and viewers at home to reach out and do something else.

"If every one of you took a moment to reach out to one person you disagree with, someone you like, and have a positive conversation again, not as liberals and conservatives, but as people, we can make America great again," Kimmel said. "It starts with us."

In the spirit of getting along, Kimmel decided to jokingly address a longstanding feud with actor Matt Damon.

Related: 2017 Oscars: Complete list of winners

After taking a few jabs at Damon's appearance, Kimmel seriously applauded his choice to give Casey Affleck the leading role in the Oscar nominated film "Manchester By The Sea" before calling him a "dumbass." (At least he tried.)

Once he cleared the air with Damon, Kimmel poked fun at last year's Oscars

"I want to say thank you to President Trump," Kimmel said. "Remember last year when it seemed like the Oscars were racist?"

The audience roared in laughter.

"It has been an amazing year for movies. Black people saved NASA and white people saved jazz. That's what we call progress," Kimmel joked.

"Out of all of the nominees, the only happy ending was the one in the middle of 'Moonlight,'" Kimmel said as the audience booed. "You didn't watch it, did you?"

"We are very welcoming to outsiders here in Hollywood. We don't discriminate against actors because of where they come from. We discriminate because of their age and weight," Kimmel joked and poked fun at Andrew Garfield for losing nearly 40 pounds in preparation of his role in "Silence."

And no Oscars monologue would be complete without a few jokes about the "overrated" Meryl Streep.

"May I say, from her mediocre early work in 'The Dear Hunter' and 'Out of Africa,' to her underwhelming performances in 'Cramer vs. Cramer' and 'Sophie's Choice,' Meryl Streep has phoned it in for over 50 films in her lackluster career," Kimmel said as Streep squirmed in her seat. "This is Meryl's 20th Oscar nomination. Made even more amazing considering the fact that she wasn't even in a movie this year. We just wrote her name down out of habit."

Related: Meryl Streep in spat with Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld over Oscars dress

Kimmel then encouraged the actress to stand and the audience gave her a round of applause.

"Nice dress, by the way. Is that an Ivanka?" Kimmel quipped.

Kimmel finished the monologue with a final joke about Trump.

"Some of you will get to stand up here and make a speech that the president of the United States will tweet about in all caps during his 5 a.m. bowel movement tomorrow," he said.

And it all happened in the first 15 minutes.

'Cash me Ousside' teen clashes with woman at Florida bar

Infamous Boynton Beach 13-year-old Danielle Bregoli, who gained viral fame via the catchphrase "Cash me Ousside" on Dr. Phil's television show, apparently was involved in an altercation in downtown Lake Worth on Saturday night during the annual Street Painting Festival, a social media post shows.

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According to an Instagram post by Kavasutra, Danielle allegedly attacked a patron in front of a kava bar. The post said the "older woman was concerned with Danielle being out late." 

Cash me outside Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli attacks one of our patrons. An older woman who was concerned with Danielle being out late. Click the link for the full YouTube video #breakapaloozavolume2 #kavakava #kavabar #kratom #kava #cashmeoutsidehowboutdat #cashmeoutside #cashmeoussidehowbowdah #cashmeousside #cashmeoutside #worldstar #worldstarhiphop #worldstarfights @bhadbhabie A post shared by Kavasutra (@kavasutrakavabar) on Feb 25, 2017 at 10:55pm PST

A video posted on Kavasutra's YouTube page with the title "Cash me outside Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli trio attacks old lady" shows a 37-second clip taken by a security camera. Danielle, accompanied by two other teens, is seen approaching several women sitting outside the bar while words are exchanged. The video does not include audio.

According to the poster of the YouTube clip: "It was a quiet evening of the ldub st. Painting festival, when we caught her outside. The lady was concerned with her being out late, and Danielle didn't want to hear it."

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. surprises military veteran before Daytona 500

A lucky veteran got a chance to ride in the Goodyear blimp at the Daytona International Speedway, but didn’t realize that one of the people manning the blimp was NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Paul Siverson is a Marine Corps veteran who has served in Vietnam, Somalia and Desert Storm. Siverson also volunteers with Charlotte-based NCServes, where he helps veterans and service members transition back to their civilian lives.

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“I always wanted to be a Marine. I came for two and stayed for 30. That’s what I tell people,” Siverson said.

Siverson is also a diehard NASCAR and Earnhardt fan.

To celebrate Siverson’s life of service, Goodyear offered him and his wife a free trip to the Daytona 500 and a ride aboard the blimp.

Photos: Kurt Busch wins 2017 Daytona 500

Siverson got a huge surprise when he found out Earnhardt was waiting on board.

Earnhardt also gave a $10,000 donation to NCServes.

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