Fox News reporter Alicia Acuna says she was among a handful of journalists who witnessed Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate in Montanta's special House election, slam a reporter to the ground Wednesday night. In a Fox News report summarizing the alleged incident, Acuna said she and two members of her production crew -- field producer Faith Mangan and photographer Keith Raily -- had a scheduled interview with Gianforte at the candidate's office in Bozeman, Montana, on Wednesday. Gianforte entered the room and "exchanged pleasantries and made small talk about restaurants and Bozeman" with Acuna and her team, she said.
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Melania Trump might have been born in Slovenia, but through her fashion she’s proved to be a true New Yorker. On Thursday evening at the Royal Castle of Laeken in Brussels during a spouse and partner event, the first lady of the United States wore a black off-the-shoulder lace dress.
An employee at a massage parlor at Logan International Airport in Boston raped a traveler getting a last-minute rubdown before her flight on Sunday, state police say. Darnell E. Williams, 29, was expected to be arraigned Thursday in East Boston District Court following his arrest for the alleged rape at the Be Relax Massage Studio inside terminal B at the airport, according to a statement by Dave Procopio, spokesperson for the Massachusetts State Police. The victim, a 25-year-old woman from out of state, popped into the location for a massage while awaiting her flight to depart. She told police that Williams took her to a room in the back corner of the studio and raped her about 35 minutes into
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A couple driving on a Forest Service road near Flagstaff, Arizona, stumbled upon a scene rarely witnessed in the wild, let alone captured on video. A bear was apparently attempting to attack a baby elk that was huddled under a fallen tree, though Shannon Seville and her boyfriend, Joel Floyd, didn’t realize it at first. “I saw the bear out of my peripherals as we drove past and got excited, so we reversed to take a picture,” Seville told The Arizona Republic. “I knew this was a once-in-a-lifetime capture and that other outdoor enthusiasts would really appreciate the share.” Only when the baby elk began crying did the couple realize it was there, under the fallen tree. Momma elk then pranced into
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