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SummerSlam (2019)

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SummerSlam (2019)

SummerSlam (2019) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw, SmackDown, and 205 Live brands. It took place on August 11, 2019, at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[2][3][4] It was the thirty-second event under the SummerSlam chronology and the second event to be held at this particular venue (the other being the 2004 event). Twelve matches were contested at the event, including three on the pre-show. In the main event, Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to win the Universal Championship for a second time. In other prominent matches, Bray Wyatt in his new "Fiend" persona defeated Finn Bálor, Charlotte Flair defeated Trish Stratus by submission, Kevin Owens defeated Shane McMahon to keep his job, Kofi Kingston fought Randy Orton to a double countout to retain the WWE Championship, and Goldberg defeated Dolph Ziggler. Storylines The show comprised twelve matches, including three on the pre-show. The matches resulted from scripted storylines,

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Honor For All (2019)

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Honor For All (2019)

Honor For All 2019[1] is an upcoming professional wrestling event produced by Ring of Honor (ROH), that will take place on August 25, 2019, at the Tennessee State Fairground Sports Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The event will be shown live on ROH's Honor Club online streaming service. Results No. Results Stipulations (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match References "8/25/19 - HONOR FOR ALL 2019 - NASHVILLE, TV". Ring of Honor. Retrieved May 15, 2019. See also 2019 in professional wrestling List of Ring of Honor pay-per-view events External links Ring of Honor's official website [1]

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24th World Scout Jamboree

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24th World Scout Jamboree

The 24th World Scout Jamboree[a] (Spanish:24º Jamboree Scout Mundial, French:24e Jamboree Scout Mondial) was held at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia from July 22 to August 2, 2019.[1][2] The hosting duties were split between the Boy Scouts of America, Scouts Canada, and Asociación de Scouts de México.[3] The theme was Unlock a New World.[4] More than 45,000 participants from 152 nations attended.[5] Program Sustainability The Sustainability Treehouse was a living education center for visitors to the Summit Bechtel Reserve, not only providing information, but also immersing visitors in the concept of sustainability. Between the local timber used to build the structure, the rainwater recovery system, and the wind and solar generated energy, stream restoration, recycling and geothermal heat were just a few examples of the additional sustainability efforts practiced at the Summit.[6] Global Development Village At the Global Development Village, Scouts had the opportunity to l

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2019 MTV Video Music Awards

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2019 MTV Video Music Awards

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards is to be held on August 26, 2019 at the Prudential Center in Newark, being the first VMA ceremony to be held in New Jersey.[1][2] Sebastian Maniscalco will host the 36th annual ceremony.[3] Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift both led the nominations with twelve each.[4]  Performances List of musical performances Artist(s) Song(s) Pre-show[5] Ava Max TBA Megan Thee Stallion TBA CNCO TBA Main show[6][7] Taylor Swift TBA Shawn MendesCamila Cabello "Señorita"[8] Bad Bunny TBA Lil Nas X TBA Lizzo TBA RosalíaJ Balvin TBA H.E.R TBA Jonas Brothers (Secret Location Performance)[9] TBA Normani "Motivation"[10] Ozuna TBA Big SeanASAP Ferg TBA Missy Elliott (Michael Jackson Video Vanguard) TBA Presenters Pre-show Terrence J & Nessa – hosts Zara Larsson – co-host Hayley Kiyoko – presenting Push Artist of the Year[11] Main show Hailee Steinfeld Bebe Rexha John Travolta Ice-T Billy Ray C

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2019 Teen Choice Awards

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2019 Teen Choice Awards

The 2019 Teen Choice Awards ceremony was held on August 11, 2019, utilizing a temporary outdoor on-beach stage in Hermosa Beach, California near the beach pier, and the first time the ceremony has been held outdoors. The awards celebrated the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, and the internet, and are voted on by viewers aged 13 and over living in the United States on their website and through various social media sites.[1] Leading the way with the most nominations is Avengers: Endgame with nine. Performers Performers Song Ref. OneRepublic "Counting Stars""Rescue Me" [2] Zhavia "Deep Down" Monsta X "Who Do U Love?" Johnny OrlandoJacob SartoriusHayden Summerall "California Gurls" CNCO "Pretend" Jordan McGraw and Sarah Hyland "Met At a Party" Blanco Brown "The Git Up" Mabel "Don't Call Me Up" Bazzi and HRVY are originally going to perform at the ceremony, but they were pulled out at the last minute. Winners and nominees T

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AEW All Out

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AEW All Out

All Out is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It will take place at the Sears Centre Arena in the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, Illinois on August 31, 2019.[1] The event will determine the inaugural AEW World Champion along with the unveiling of the AEW Women's World Championship belt. Production Background During All Elite Wrestling's inaugural event, Double or Nothing, All Out was scheduled as a sequel to All In.[2] It will be accompanied by Starrcast III occurring on the same weekend.[3] Tickets for the event sold out within 15 minutes.[4] As revealed in a web video posted by AEW Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes on June 19, 2019, the AEW Women's World Championship belt will be unveiled at All Out. Rhodes did not reveal any details of when or how the first champion would be determined.[5] Storylines All Out will comprise professional wrestling matches that involve different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines. W

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q3)

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q3)

The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the third quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency. Overview Public opinion Timeline July 2019 Date Events Photos/Videos Week 127 Monday, July 1 Tuesday, July 2 President Trump nominates Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to fill last two vacant seats on the Board of the Governors of the Federal Reserve.[1] Federal Reserve Governors meeting April 2019 with two of seven seats vacant Wednesday, July 3 Thursday, July 4 President Trump hosts military personnel and their families for a picnic and fireworks show at the White House as part of Independence Day celebrations.[2] President Trump's Salute to America happened on Independence Day in Washington, D.C., in addition to other events.[3] President Trump addresses his remarks at the Salute to America event Friday, July 5 Saturday, July 6 Sunday, July 7 Week 128 Mon

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2019 El Paso shooting

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2019 El Paso shooting

A mass shooting occurred at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, United States, on the morning of August 3, 2019. A gunman shot and killed 22 people[n 1] and injured 24 others.[2][3][4] The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating the shooting as an act of domestic terrorism and a possible hate crime.[5][6] Patrick Crusius, a 21-year-old from Allen in the Dallas metropolitan area, was arrested shortly after the shooting and charged with capital murder.[7] Police believe he published a white nationalist, anti-immigrant manifesto on 8chan shortly before the attack, citing inspiration from that year's Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand and mentioning the white genocide conspiracy theory.[8][9][10][11] It is the deadliest mass shooting in the United States in 2019, the seventh-deadliest since 1949, and the third-deadliest in Texas.[12] Incident The incident occurred at a Walmart Supercenter near the Cielo Vista Mall on the east side of El Paso. The shooter walked into the store carrying what i

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2019 Dayton shooting

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2019 Dayton shooting

A mass shooting was carried out in Dayton, Ohio, United States, on August 4, 2019. Ten people were killed, including the perpetrator, and 27 others were injured. Fourteen of the injured were shot by the gunman, who was killed by police within 30 seconds of the first shots being fired.[5] A search of the shooter's home found writings that showed interest in killing people. A preliminary assessment of the writings indicated he had no racial motive or political motive.[6] The attack occurred 13 hours after the 2019 El Paso shooting. Attack Two hours before the attack, the gunman was seen entering a bar with his sibling and a friend in the downtown Oregon Historic District of Dayton. At about 12:13 a.m., he split from the other two and was recorded leaving the bar.[7] At 1:05 a.m., eyewitnesses reported that a man opened fire at the entrance of Ned Peppers Bar in the Oregon Historic District.[8] He was carrying a firearm that included part of an Anderson Manufacturing semi-automatic AM-15 (based on the AR-15)

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2019 California stabbing rampage

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2019 California stabbing rampage

The 2019 California stabbing rampage was a two-hour series of stabbings and robberies in Garden Grove and Santa Ana, in Orange County, California, on August 7, 2019.[1] Four people were killed and two were wounded. The incident ended with the arrest of Zachary Castañeda, a 33-year-old Hispanic man from Garden Grove who had a previous criminal record and was described as a gang member. None of the victims were previously acquainted with him. Events The perpetrator attacked people at seven locations in a two hour killing spree.[2][3] The crimes began on August 7 when the suspect robbed an apartment. When the victims discovered the robbery, police were called at 4:09pm. At about the same time, the perpetrator attempted to rob a bakery in Garden Grove.[3][4] At 5:04pm, police were advised two men had been stabbed to death at the apartment complex in Garden Grove where the suspect lived. The stabbing victims were the robbery victims who had called police at 4:09pm.[5][6][7] One died at the scene and the other w

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List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, August 2019

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List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, August 2019

This is a list of people reported killed by non-military law enforcement officers in the United States in August 2019, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method. The listing documents the occurrence of a death, making no implications regarding wrongdoing or justification on the part of the person killed or officer involved. Killings are arranged by date of the incident that caused death. Different death dates, if known, are noted in the description. For lists of killings from other years, see: List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States. The table below lists -1 individuals. (This number should update automatically when changes are saved.) August 2019 04 August 2019; Betts, Connor Stephen (24); Dayton, Ohio; 2019 Dayton shooting[1][2] 03 August 2019; Crusius, Patrick Wood (21); El Paso, Texas; 2019 El Paso shooting[3][4][5] See also List of killings by law enforcement officers by countries Death in custody Encounter killings by police (India)

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End Domestic Terrorism

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End Domestic Terrorism

End Domestic Terrorism – Better Dead Than Red[1] is a planned demonstration scheduled to be held in Portland, Oregon, on August 17, 2019. Planning The rally is being organized by talk show radio host Joe Biggs, who is based in Florida, to protest Portland-based antifascists.[2] The event's Facebook page mentions Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio as an organizer.[3] The city has not issued a permit for the event,[2] which is scheduled to take place at Tom McCall Waterfront Park.[4] Members of 3 Percenters, American Guard, The Daily Stormer, and Oath Keepers are expected to attend.[5] Plans for the rally were confirmed as early as July 1, 2019, after protests held on June 29 resulted in clashes.[6][7][8] Law enforcement Ted Wheeler has announced a "zero-tolerance approach" and promises law breakers will be arrested.[9] Organizers on both sides have criticized his handling of the planned activities.[10] Danielle Outlaw, chief of the Portland Police Bureau, has said officers are prepared, and the presiden

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King of the Ring (2019)

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King of the Ring (2019)

The 2019 King of the Ring is an upcoming professional wrestling tournament which will begin on WWE's television program Monday Night Raw on August 19, 2019,[2] and will air on both Raw and SmackDown with the finals taking place at Clash of Champions.[3] It is the first King of the Ring event since 2015. The tournament will see sixteen superstars from the Raw and SmackDown brands competing to win the titular honor.[4] Background On the August 12, 2019 episode of Raw, it was announced that the King of the Ring tournament would be returning[5] for the first time since 2015. Competitors The following superstars have been confirmed for the tournament:[6] Name Brand Confirmed entrants Ali SmackDown Andrade SmackDown Apollo Crews SmackDown Baron Corbin Raw Buddy Murphy SmackDown Cedric Alexander Raw Cesaro Raw Chad Gable SmackDown Drew McIntyre Raw Elias SmackDown The Miz Raw Kevin Owens SmackDown Ricochet Raw Sami Zayn Raw Samoa Jo

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August 2019 Philadelphia shooting

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August 2019 Philadelphia shooting

On August 14, 2019, a shootout and standoff began in North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. After eight hours and into the next day, the gunman, a local, surrendered to police.[1] Shooting and standoff At about 4:35 pm[2] local time, a group of Philadelphia Police Department officers entered a row home[3] in Philadelphia's Nicetown–Tioga neighborhood to search for drugs.[4] As they went upstairs, a person began shooting from the ground-level floor through the ceiling at them,[3] and BBC News reported that some of the officers "had to escape through windows".[4] Thirty officers discharged their firearms during the shootout.[5] The gunman then entered a standoff with other officers, staying inside the building but continuing to fire shots, and had not relented after five hours.[4] By this point, there was a large police presence, including hostage negotiators and an ATF Tactical Unit at the scene.[6] There were several hostages in the building for five hours.[4] Throughout the evening and night, p

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End Domestic Terrorism rally

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End Domestic Terrorism rally

The End Domestic Terrorism rally, sometimes subtitled "Better Dead Than Red",[3] was a far-right[4][5] demonstration organized by the Proud Boys and held in Portland, Oregon on August 17, 2019. The event, the purpose of which was to promote the idea that the "antifa" anti-fascist movement should be classified as "domestic terrorism", received national attention.[6][7] The 30-minute event drew more counter-demonstrators than participants – with at least one group urging its members in advance not to attend – and ended with the Proud Boys requesting a police escort to leave.[5] Planning The rally was organized by talk show radio host and former InfoWars staffer Joe Biggs, who is based in Florida, to protest Portland-based antifascists,[8] and to have Antifa declared a domestic terrorist organization.[9][10] Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio was listed as an organizer on the event's Facebook page.[11] Tarrio said the Proud Boys did "not [come] to Portland to cause problems," but to support "innocent people, j

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