It was “take your coyote to work” day on Feb. 15, when a South Carolina spinal surgeon accidentally let a growling coyote into his hospital. Dr. Steve Poletti was on his way to work at the Southeastern Spine Institute in Mount Pleasant when the intruder snuck in. Coffee in hand, he opened the door to the building and entered - not realizing a wild coyote had swiftly slipped in behind him before the door closed.
Coming in at around $86 billion, Bill Gates has ridden his Microsoft (MSFT) fortune straight to the top of the Forbes list of the world’s richest men. If it did, there’d likely be a new top dog, according to reports that revisited the idea that Vladimir Putin’s net worth, virtually impossible to measure, tops $200 billion. “I believe that [Putin is worth] $200 billion,” he once told CNN.
After revealing that he has been battling dementia since 2015, David Cassidy is opening up about his complicated relationships with his two children - Beau and Katie. “I’ve never had a relationship with her,” Cassidy, 66, exclusively tells PEOPLE of his only daughter - who has appeared on Gossip Girl and Arrow. “I’m proud of her,” adds Cassidy.
SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - A caretaker at an assisted living center who police say was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident was doing it as a prank and trying to make the man feel good, her attorney said.
The justices ruled 8-0 that Ehlena Fry, 13, and her parents may not be obligated to go through time-consuming administrative appeals with the local school board before suing for damages for the emotional distress she said she suffered by being denied the assistance of her dog, a goldendoodle named Wonder. The justices sent the case back to a lower appeals court to determine whether Ehlena's complaint involves the impermissible denial of a proper special education.
Welcome to California. It is a state of a perfect set of laws - at least in the minds of those wedded to the legislative pursuit of social justice. Under the one-party Democrat rules, spending on fairness tops $100 billion every year. Meanwhile, the basic infrastructure of the state, so necessary for the economy long and short term, is collapsing. The California legislature has been busy making the news these days. They are determined to fight President Trump tooth and nail - and they are putting the taxpayers’ money where the legislature’s mouth is. California Democrat after Democrat has decried President Trump. The day after the election, a “Joint Statement from California Legislative Leaders
A young woman who identified herself as "M" explained she had a 16-mile journey home, and was stranded "because of drunk boys, a dead phone and no money."