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Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account - free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News' Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here.A California jury on Monday found Jesse Alvarez guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend's fiancé, a San Diego Catholic schoolteacher, according to local reports.Alvarez, 33, fatally shot Mario Fierro, 37, on the morning of Feb. 1, 2021, as he was leaving his North Park home to go to work. Evidence prosecutors presented during Alvarez's trial included phrases that Alvarez searched on Google, including "how to kill your ex’s fiancé," "hire hitman san diego ca" and "how to delete Google search history," according to FOX 5 San Diego and The San Diego Union-Tribune.Prosecutors said Alvarez killed Fierro – who had recently gotten engaged to Alvarez's ex-girlfriend, Amy Gembara– out of jealousy. Fierro and Gembara worked together at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego.SCOTT PETERSON, KILLER OF PREGNANT WIFE, SPORTS NEW LOOK IN COURT IN LATEST BID FOR FREEDOM Jesse Alvarez, 33, fatally shot Mario Fierro, 37, on the morning of Feb. 1, 2021, as he was leaving his North Park home to go to work. (FOX 5 San Diego)Alvarez and Gambara were in a relationship for about three-and-a-half years. CALIFORNIA WOMAN ON HIKE GOES MISSING AFTER BEING SWEPT AWAY BY RIVER Prosecutors said Alvarez killed Fierro – who had recently gotten engaged to Alvarez's ex-girlfriend, Amy Gembara – out of jealousy. (Cathedral Catholic High School Facebook)After they broke up, Alvarez stalked Gembara when she moved and changed her phone number, according to FOX 5.SIGN UP TO GET TRUE CRIME NEWSLETTERAlvarez's defense attorney, Peter Blair, told reporters that the defendant "tested very high on the Autism test," and there were "a ton of factors that prevented him from dealing with it properly," according to FOX 5. Alvarez and Gambera had been in a relationship for about three-and-a-half years. (FOX 5 San Diego)The defendant took the stand during his trial and admitted to having an unhealthy obsession with Gembara and "having fantasies of wishing" her fiance "was gone or dead or just not there anymore."PROPOSED CA LEGISLATION WOULD BAN FAKE GUNFIRE, REQUIRE ADVANCED NOTIFICATION IN ACTIVE-SHOOTER DRILLS Mario Fierro was a teacher at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, where Amy Gembara was also a teacher. (FOX 5 San Diego)Alvarez also testified that he was acting in self-defense. One of his Google search terms included "how to shoot someone in self-defense.""He tried to seize the firearm from my hand. We were wrestling over it. And he started to point it toward my direction, and then he got his fingers around the trigger and he pulled it, and the gun discharged, and I turned to face him, and his back was to me. I shot him in the back," the defendant said. Alvarez Googled phrases such as "hire hitman san diego ca." (FOX 5 San Diego) Alvarez also Googled "how to delete google search history." (FOX 5 San Diego)But prosecutors argued Fierro had no idea Alvarez was lying in wait outside his home with a gun.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP"Mr. Fierro had no idea the defendant was there.… He had no idea that the defendant waited almost an hour for him and watched him and waited right until [Fierro] had his back to him," San Diego Deputy District Attorney Ramona McCarthy said during her closing statements.Alvarez is expected to return to court on May 10 for his sentencing. He faces life in prison.
Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account - free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News' Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here.Former CNN host Don Lemon said that Elon Musk canceled a partnership he had with X because Musk was angered by their recent interview that has yet to be aired."Elon Musk is mad at me, and I just put out a statement about what happened between him, me and the interview that he is apparently so upset about," Lemon said in a video he shared on social media. Lemon’s new streaming show had a partnership with Musk’s X, and the billionaire was also the program’s first guest. Lemon, who was fired from CNN last year, already taped the interview and detailed its future in a lengthy statement. DON LEMON SPEAKS OUT ABOUT CNN FIRING, SAYS HE FEELS 'VINDICATED' AFTER EX-BOSS WAS OUSTED Ex-CNN anchor Don Lemon. (Photo by Paul Marotta/Getty Images)"Elon Musk has canceled the partnership I had with X, which they announced as part of their public commitment to amplifying more diverse voices on their platform. He informed me of his decision hours after an interview I conducted with him on Friday," Lemon wrote in a statement posted on social media. The interview that Lemon conducted with Musk will remain the premiere episode of "The Don Lemon Show" on March 18. "Elon publicly encouraged me to join X with a new show, saying I would have his ‘full support,’ and that his ‘digital town square is for all.’ He and his team pursued the deal in numerous conversations and made significant commitments about the support X would provide for the show. I made the decision to work with them in a unique partnership that I believed would ultimately assure that my work would be available to most people, in the largest possible venue. I took Elon and his management’s team’s word that they, for the first time, were interested in working directly with new and diverse voices," Lemon wrote. "There were no restrictions on the interview that he willingly agreed to, and my questions were respectful and wide-ranging, covering everything from SpaceX to the presidential election. We had a good conversation. Clearly he felt differently," Lemon continued. "His commitment to a global town square where all questions can be asked and all ideas can be shared seems not to include questions of him from people like me." ELON MUSK HITS BACK AT PRESS FOR 'ANTI-IMMIGRANT' LABEL: 'NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH' Elon Musk laughs while onstage during The New York Times Dealbook Summit 2023 at Jazz at Lincoln Center on November 29, 2023, in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for The New York Times) (Getty Images)Lemon said his conversation with Musk will be available on YouTube, wherever podcasts are available and X. "This will be just the first of many episodes of ‘The Don Lemon Show.’ While Elon goes back on his word, I will be doubling down on my commitment to free speech and I cannot wait to get started," Lemon wrote. When reached for comment by Fox News Digital, an X spokesperson provided the following statement. "X is a platform that champions free speech, and we’re proud to provide an open environment for diverse voices and perspectives. The Don Lemon Show is welcome to publish its content on X, without censorship, as we believe in providing a platform for creators to scale their work and connect with new communities. However, like any enterprise, we reserve the right to make decisions about our business partnerships, and after careful consideration, X decided not to enter into a commercial partnership with the show," an X spokesperson wrote. DON LEMON BECAME ‘EMBARRASSING DISTRACTION’ FOR CNN, LOST NEWSROOM WITH ENDLESS ANTICS: INSIDERS Don Lemon was fired from CNN last year. (REUTERS/Andrew Kelly)Tech journalist Kara Swisher reported that Musk sent a "terse text" to Lemon's reps stating "Contract terminated." She gloated that she predicted that the partnership between Lemon and X wouldn't work out."I had told Don that this is exactly what would occur… despite promises by Musk and CEO Linda Yaccarino — who extravagantly touted this deal at CES to advertisers — that this time was different," she wrote on X.Lemon was fired from CNN last year by then-CNN CEO Chris Licht, who was shown the door himself weeks later. Lemon, who had been with CNN for 17 years, had been at the center of various scandals. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPFox News Digital’s Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report. 
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, sparred with CNN anchor Laura Coates on Tuesday over whether there was a "double standard" for President Biden after former Special Counsel Robert Hur's testimony before Congress that day.Hur testified that he chose not to bring charges against Biden after he "willfully retained classified materials" from when he was vice president because he "had to consider" the president’s "memory and overall mental state."Democrats painted Hur as partisan and accused him of trying to help former President Trump in the November election by targeting Biden's memory. CNN's Coates said she found Republicans' "fixation" on Biden's memory lapses "striking," as Democrats showed how Trump had also displayed memory lapses. She asked Jordan to "concede" that both Biden and Trump "have a similar issue."HUR HEARING DREW BIDEN AS ‘ENTITLED CAREER POLITICIAN’ AS REPORT SHOWED HIS MEMOIR WAS A ‘MOTIVE’: GOP REPS Congressman Jim Jordan pushed back against CNN anchor Laura Coates suggestions Biden faced a double standard on memory issues. (CNN/Screenshot)"Oh, come on. Come on. I mean, everyone makes mistakes in life," Jordan scoffed. He argued Biden's memory concerns were "obvious" to the public. "President Trump – he’s as sharp as they come, his memory is as strong – I was just with him over the weekend. I know – and the American people can see it for themselves. They’ve seen these examples of President Biden forgetting things," he argued."Look, I take no satisfaction in saying that. President Biden’s the president of our country. You want our president to have his full faculties, but he obviously doesn’t, and the country knows it, and it doesn’t matter how many times Democrats say something different, the country can see for themselves and they understand it, and that is something that Mr. Hur pointed out," Jordan continued. CNN HOST GETS IN HEATED EXCHANGE WITH GOP REP OVER TRUMP'S INDICTMENT: ‘JUST DOESN’T MAKE SENSE' Special Counsel Robert Hur testified to Congress about his investigation into President Joe Biden's classified documents scandal on Tuesday. (Getty Images)Coates again pushed back on Jordan's defense of Trump by referring to a montage Democrats played during the hearing of verbal gaffes and memory lapses from the former president."I wonder why, if the notion is that there is a double standard being placed on Donald Trump, isn‘t it true that there‘s also a double-standard then for President Biden with respect to his mistakes? Why should the American people credit one versus the other if both make similar mistakes that had been played in that actual hearing?" she asked.Jordan again laughed off the question."Laura, come on!" he retorted. "I mean, there were three people who have run for president the last three cycles – Secretary Clinton, President Biden, and President Trump – all three have been accused of mishandling classified information. Only one is getting prosecuted!" "Hillary Clinton took a hammer to cell phones, took BleachBit, to laptops and computers. I mean, you gotta be kidding me! The idea that there’s not a double standard and the Justice Department isn’t going after President Trump, I think is laughable to disagree with that. Anybody can see it," he continued.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP New poll found just over half of Americans feel President Biden received special treatment in his probe over mishandling classified documents. (Getty Images)The Republican argued that Democrats had spent years and millions of dollars targeting Trump in probes and impeachments. "Of course, there‘s a double standard and anybody with common sense can see it. And I think that‘s one of the key reasons why President Trump is ahead in every single poll and Joe Biden‘s approval numbers are at what, 35%," he said.More than half of Americans believe Biden received special treatment in the investigation, according to a new poll by Reuters and Ipsos
Published16 minutes agoShareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, ReutersThe UN agency for Palestinian refugees says a member of staff was killed and 22 others were injured when Israeli forces hit a food distribution centre in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip.UNRWA chief Philippe Lazzarini said attacks on its facilities had "become commonplace in blatant disregard to international humanitarian law".The Hamas-run health ministry said an Israeli air strike killed five people.The Israeli military has so far not commented on the incident.Rafah is crammed with an estimated 1.4 million Palestinians who are seeking shelter from Israel's ground offensive elsewhere in Gaza.The UN's secretary general has warned that a threatened Israeli assault on the city could "plummet the people of Gaza into an even deeper circle of hell".The war in Gaza began when Hamas gunmen attacked southern Israel on 7 October, killing about 1,200 people and taking 253 others as hostages. More than 31,200 people have been killed in Gaza in the military campaign that Israel launched in response, according to the Hamas-run health ministry. Gaza medics tell BBC that Israeli troops beat and humiliated themInside the US plan to get food into Gaza by sea'My son Ali has already died': Father's plea for Gaza's starving childrenWednesday's explosion reportedly hit the eastern side of the food distribution centre, which is in the eastern part of Rafah. Those killed were said to be a 15-year-old boy and four men aged between 27 and 50."It's a UNRWA centre, expected to be secure," Rafah resident Sami Abu Salim told the AFP news agency as he surveyed the damage."Some came to work to distribute aid to the people in need of food during the [Islamic] holy month of Ramadan. Suddenly, they were struck by two missiles."UNRWA spokeswoman Juliette Touma told the BBC that up to 60 people were believed to have been working in the distribution centre at the time.Mr Lazzarini said in a statement that it was one of the very few UNRWA distribution centres still operating in Gaza after five months of war."[It] comes as food supplies are running out, hunger is widespread and, in some areas, turning into famine," he warned."Every day, we share the co-ordinates of all our facilities across the Gaza Strip with parties to the conflict. The Israeli army received the co-ordinates including of this facility yesterday."UNRWA says at least 165 of its 13,000 employees in Gaza have been killed and more than 150 of its facilities have been hit since the start of the war.More than 400 people have also been killed while seeking shelter under the UN flag, according to the agency.Israel has accused UNRWA of supporting Hamas, which is proscribed as a terrorist organisation by Israel, the UK, US and other countries. The agency has denied this, but in January it sacked nine of the 12 employees accused in an Israeli document of playing a part in the 7 October attacks.The UN has yet to publish the results of an internal investigation launched as the US and other donors paused funding in response to the allegations.More on this storyEU says starvation being used as a weapon in GazaPublished9 hours agoGaza medics tell BBC that Israeli troops beat and humiliated themPublished1 day ago‘We don’t feel the joy of Ramadan’Published1 day ago'My son Ali has already died': Father's plea for Gaza's starving childrenPublished7 days ago
Published15 minutes agoShareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Getty ImagesUS actress Olivia Munn has revealed she was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, and has had four operations in the past 10 months.Posting on Instagram, the 43-year-old Newsroom star said her surgeries had included a double mastectomy.Sharing a message alongside pictures and a video from hospital, Munn said she had "wanted to get through the hardest parts before sharing"."Surprisingly, I've only cried twice," she wrote. Munn's health update comes three days after she attended the Oscars with her husband, comedian John Mulaney. They share two-year-old son Malcolm. The actress, who has appeared in Magic Mike, Iron Man 2 and X-Men: Apocalypse, said she found out about the cancer after testing for 90 different cancer genes and going for a mammogram.Although those tests were negative, Munn said her doctor worked out her "breast cancer risk assessment score" - which later led to further tests including a biopsy, which showed "I had Luminal B cancer in both breasts". 'I'm lucky'She wrote: "Luminal B is an aggressive, fast moving cancer."Thirty days after that biopsy I had a double mastectomy. I went from feeling completely fine one day, to waking up in a hospital bed after a 10-hour surgery the next."I'm lucky," she added. "We caught it with enough time that I had options."Munn ended the post by praising Mulaney, her family and friends, as well as doctors, nurses and hospital staff."I'm so thankful to John for the nights he spent researching what every operation and medication meant and what side effects and recovery I could expect," she said."For being there before I went into each surgery and being there when I woke up, always placing framed photos of our little boy Malcolm so it would be the first thing I saw when I opened my eyes."Thank you to the friends who've had breast cancer and the friends who connected me to friends who've had breast cancer for guiding me through some of my most uncertain and overwhelming moments."More on this storyOlivia Munn 'lonely' after scene cutPublished10 September 2018
Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account - free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News' Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here.As PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan expressed hope a deal could be reached with the Saudi backers of the renegade LIV Golf series, Scottie Scheffler pinned the division in the sport on those who defected.Scheffler and several others descended on Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, for The Players Championship this week. The field is missing top golfers like Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau and others because they decided to leave the PGA Tour for LIV Golf. But the defending TPC champion isn’t exactly here for fan furor because the tournament won’t technically feature the best players in the world.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Scottie Scheffler holds the championship trophy after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament Sunday, March 10, 2024, in Orlando, Florida. (AP Photo/John Raoux)"If the fans are upset, then look at the guys that left," he told reporters on Tuesday, via ESPN. "We had a tour, we were all together and the people that left are no longer here. At the end of the day, that's where the splintering comes from."As far as our tour goes, like I said, we're doing our best to create the best product for the fans, and that's really where we're at."Scheffler added that he’s not going to slight the others for taking the money that LIV offered. But he’s still trying to build the best product he could with the players on the course with him.ANTHONY KIM, WHO CHOSE LIV GOLF OVER PGA TOUR FOR LONG-AWAITED RETURN, FINISHES LAST IN FIRST EVENT Signage during the LIV Golf Invitational - Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Country Club on Feb. 10, 2024. (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)Monahan expressed confidence that a deal with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia would come and that he’s the one to lead the sport forward.He added that while the negotiations are "accelerating," the details had to remain private."While we have several key issues that we still need to work through, we have a shared vision to quiet the noise and unlock golf’s worldwide potential," he said.Still, the four rounds of The Players Championship are expected to go off with a few key names on the list. Justin Thomas, Will Zalatoris, Shane Lowry, Tony Finau, Wyndham Clark, Rickie Fowler, Harris English, Hideki Matsuyama, Matt Fitzpatrick, Keegan Bradley, Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth, Tommy Fleetwood, Xander Schauffele and Rory McIlroy are just some of the bigger names in the field.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP PGA commissioner Jay Monahan on the 18th green after the Tour Championship, Aug. 27, 2023, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)The first round begins Thursday at 7:40 a.m. ET.The Associated Press contributed to this report.Follow Fox News Digital’s sports coverage on X and subscribe to the Fox News Sports Huddle newsletter.


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