bump it: Beyonce's baby, a former NBA player wanted for murder and a Cuban with 24 digits

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bump it: Beyonce's baby, a former NBA player wanted for murder and a Cuban with 24 digits

  • (Kevin Winter/Getty) Beyonce surprised her fans on Sunday night when she revealed her baby bump at the MTV Video Music Awards. Kanye West congratulated Beyonce's husband, Jay-Z, backstage.
  • (Alex Wong/Getty) Mexican law enforcement officials announced the arrest of five Los Zetas drug cartel members who are allegedly connected to the torching of a casino in Monterrey, which led to the death of at least 52 people. It is one of the worst attacks on civilians in Mexican history.
  • (Spencer Platt/Getty) The American Academy of Pediatrics, the country's largest group of pediatricians, is urging its members to vigorously oppose boxing for kids under 19, citing serious risks of brain concussions and facial injuries. The organization's move was met with fierce resistance from the boxing community, which says boxing has saved the lives of many young kids.
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  • Rihanna parties on tour and has a few drinks with Jay-Z, Kanye and Cee-Lo in a new video, "Cheers (Drink To That)."
  • Meet Yoandri Hernandez Garrido, a Cuban man born with six fingers and six toes on each of his hands and feet who is thankful for his extra digits. "It's thanks to my 24 digits that I'm able to make a living, because I have no fixed job."
  • The FBI has issued a "wanted" poster for former NBA player Javaris Crittenton, who is the prime suspect in the murder of an Atlanta woman. Crittenton, who was previously involved in a gun scandal with former Washington Wizards teammate Gilbert Arenas, is believed to be "armed and dangerous."
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  • Although Hurricane Irene was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm over the weekend, it has nontheless led to 38 deaths and generated continued flooding in certain northeastern states. More than 5 million people are still without power.
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