- Lifestyle AOL.com
Kmart Australia has removed a children's Halloween costume from its shelves following a petition from a concerned parent.
- U.S. AOL.com
Police officer has surprising reaction to pulling over mom and her 3 kids: 'What if a car hit them?'
A Wisconsin police officer is receiving plenty of praise for the way he reacted after pulling over a mother and her three kids.
- Politics HuffPost
“Yes, we are a state,” a spokesperson for New Mexico's governor said.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
See which movie the 'Deadpool' star suggested!
- Celebrity HuffPost
Erin Kate Dolan said she "laughed off this fan" trying to kiss her at Monday Night Football, but she "was pissed!"
- Business The Independent
Mark Zuckerberg appeared to stumble when confronted with tough questioning by congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who asked the Facebook CEO if a right-wing news outlet known for its ties to white supremacist groups is an appropriate fact-checking group to help oversee the social media giant's content.Ms Ocasio-Cortez confronted Mr Zuckerberg during congressional testimony on Wednesday, where the CEO was due to discuss a cryptocurrency favoured by his company. But the Democrat instead chose to grill him about Facebook's decision not to fact check political advertisements, even in cases where messages posted by politicians are clearly wrong. She also asked about Mr Zuckerberg's previous admission that he dines regularly with conservatives and right-wing personalities, which he said is part of his strategy to ensure he hears a diverse set of opinions.