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A New Jersey husband tracked his wife to her lover's home via the Find My iPhone app, and now he could face 15 years in prison.
Vikings vs. Eagles City of Hubba-Ly Love!!! NFC Championship WAGS Face Off in Philly 1 1/21/2018 12:25 AM PST No cold front expected when the Minnesota Vikings travel to play the Philadelphia Eagles for a shot at Super Bowl LII ... and you can blame these HOTTIES!!! Though the Vikings are led by a QB that went undrafted and the Eagles' man waited until Pick No. 88 to get off the board ... these smoke shows no doubt are No. 1 pick material. To the left is Ally Courtnall ... Vikings LB Eric Kendricks' girlfriend. To the right is Viviana Volpicelli who is dating Eagles WR Nelson Agholor. Doesn't end there ... we also have the WAGS of Adam Thielen, Andrew Sendejo and Patrick Elflein reppin' SKOL
Lost in the shitstorm over “shithole” was another equally damning example of President Donald Trump’s blatant racism and sexism. It was an outward display of a mindset that in many ways has paved the way for the government shutdown we’re facing now. Last week, NBC News reported that last fall, the president of the United States asked a career intelligence analyst “Where are you from?” She responded, “New York,” and that should have ended the conversation.
‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Unsurprisingly, Jessica Chastain Makes Quite The First (Time Hosting) Impression
The "Molly's Game" star gets to be more than a "strong female character" in tonight's standout episode.
The White House released Melania Trump's official portrait as first lady on April 3 and a flurry of hilarious reactions on Twitter ensued because, well, that's what Twitter is for. Take a gander at some Twitter reactions to the shot below. The White House did not reveal the name of the photographer who took Trump's portrait. However, the first lady did offer a comment on her duties in a statement. "I am honored to serve in the role of First Lady, and look forward to working on behalf of the American people over the coming years," she said.
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In an Eye-Opening Announcement, United Airlines Claimed It's Going To Finally Tell Passengers the Truth
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Recently, United Airlines has been on something of a please-the-passenger kick. Which is better than kicking the passenger for pleasure, surely. Last week, I wrote about how the airline is finally introducing a long-haul Premium Economy Class -- called Premium Plus -- something passengers have been craving for, oh, 25 years. Now, United is getting positively giddy. It's decided to start telling passengers the truth. Yes, the whole truth. This does, indeed, seem like a revolution. But what will this entail? Well, as Skift.com reports, the new service is called Every Flight Has A Story. Which,
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A teenager was shot and killed during an altercation between his family and a deputy inside the courthouse.