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Logan Paul says the boxes of first-edition Pokemon cards he bought for $3.5 million are fake and actually contain G.I. Joe collectible cards


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A man who said he quit a $100,000 job to try and work for Logan Paul went viral after the YouTuber turned him down on camera


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Lara Logan: Biden executive orders have ‘rescinded’ federal funding for border operations


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Logan Circle stabbing: Police arrest suspect over death of Wendy Martinez killed while jogging in Washington

Logan Circle stabbing: Police arrest suspect over death of Wendy Martinez killed while jogging in WashingtonA suspect was arrested in the stabbing death of a female jogger that has shaken Washington DC this week. Wendy Karina Martinez was running in Logan Circle, a low-crime residential neighbourhood, when Anthony Crawford allegedly stabbed her in the neck in an “unprovoked attack,” police chief Peter Newsham said during a press conference. Police said surveillance footage and community tips played a crucial role in identifying and locating the 23-year-old suspect, ending an exhaustive manhunt that took place throughout the week.



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Logan Paul's Brother Finally Opens Up About YouTube Star's Controversy: 'He Didn't Mean to Offend Anyone'

Logan Paul's Brother Finally Opens Up About YouTube Star's Controversy: 'He Didn't Mean to Offend Anyone'Logan Paul is embroiled in a firestorm over video that showed a dead body.



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YouTube Finally Punishes Logan Paul For Wildly Insensitive Suicide Video

YouTube Finally Punishes Logan Paul For Wildly Insensitive Suicide VideoYouTube is punishing its star vlogger Logan Paul five days after he posted, and later deleted, a disturbing video that featured the body of an apparent suicide victim in Japan’s Aokigahara forest.



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'I Don't Expect to Be Forgiven.' Logan Paul Has Issued a Longer Apology For His Suicide Forest Video

'I Don't Expect to Be Forgiven.' Logan Paul Has Issued a Longer Apology For His Suicide Forest VideoThe YouTube star sparked outcry for posting a video showing what appeared to be a body in a Japanese forest



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YouTube star Logan Paul apologizes after ‘suicide forest’ post

YouTube star Logan Paul apologizes after ‘suicide forest’ postPaul apologized for posting a video showing a dead body hanging from a tree to his YouTube page, where most of his 15 million followers are millennials and younger.



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6 Ways Logan Paul Could Have Actually Raised Suicide Awareness

6 Ways Logan Paul Could Have Actually Raised Suicide AwarenessYouTube star Logan Paul shared a horrific video featuring an apparent suicide victim earlier this week, sparking a major dialogue about the proper way to bring awareness to mental health issues.



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Logan Paul issues second apology for posting video of a suicide victim

Logan Paul issues second apology for posting video of a suicide victimFor all of Logan Paul's apologizing — first in a written note and now in a follow-up video — he still doesn't get how apologies work. The 22-year-old YouTube star was the target of harsh criticism after he posted a video from Japan's Aokigahara forest, where hundreds of suicides occur every year. The video — which was beamed out to Paul's 15 million YouTube subscribers — featured imagery of one apparent suicide victim with their face blurred out. SEE ALSO: Facebook's suicide prevention AI just got an important upgrade The video was met by immediate blowback for its graphic images and tone. Paul's fan base tends to be mostly young people. Paul expressed remorse for sharing the video in a written apology on Monday night, and he followed it up with a Tuesday video that struck a similar tone. He says at the start of the video: "I've made a severe and continuous lapse in my judgment and I don't expect to be forgiven; I'm simply here to apologize." He devotes the rest of the 2-minute clip explaining his reaction in the Aokigahara video — "raw [and] unfiltered" — and running through a list of apology recipients, from "the internet" to "anyone who has been affected or touched by mental illness or depression or suicide."  He even spares a few words of apology for "the victim and his family," and — in one of the video's only on-target utterances — takes a brief moment to admonish those fans who have taken to defending him: "Please don't. I do not deserve to be defended." Missing from Paul's apology is making people aware of services like the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), which provides free and confidential around-the-clock support for people in distress and/or their loved ones. He ought to be pointing at organizations like Take This, which works to raise awareness around mental health issues and reduce the stigma that often follows them. WATCH: This domestic abuse survivor receives a new smile, for free



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