Comedian-actor Reynaldo Rey dies

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Comedian-actor Reynaldo Rey dies.

He branched out into TV and film, snagging roles in movies like “White Men Can’t Jump”, “Harlem Nights” and “House Party 3″, but he’s perhaps best known for playing Red’s Father in hit 1995 film “Friday”, starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. Rey also appeared in hit US TV shows including “The Bernie MAC Show”, “The Wayans Bros” and “227”, in which he had a recurring role as Ray the Mailman.

Muhammad carton rally: A “Freedom of Speech Rally” which will feature a Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest, will be held in front of a Phoenix-area mosque on Friday. According to the rally’s organizer, the rally “is in response to the recent attack in Texas where 2 armed terrorist, with ties to ISIS, attempted Jihad.” Participants have been told to come armed in case of a “much-anticipated attack.” Hastert indicted: Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert has been indicted on charges he hid payments he made to a person blackmailing him in order to conceal “prior misconduct.” Hastert, 73, was speaker of the House for eight years.

Co-champions: The National Spelling Bee ended in a tie for the second straight year after neither Gokul Venkatachalam nor Vanya Shivashankar missed a word during the competition. Vanya’s final word was “scherenschnitte,” the German word for “scissor cuts.” Gokul spelled “nunatak” — a hill or mountain that has been completely encircled by a glacier.

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