Stormy Daniels Regretted Alleged Trump Affair and Felt Sorry for Melania Trump, According to 2011 Interview
Stormy Daniels regretted her alleged affair with President Donald Trump and felt sorry for his wife Melania Trump, according to a transcript of an interview with In Touch in 2011. The publication has published its full interview with the adult film star-real name Stephanie Clifford-about her alleged sexual relationship with the president in 2006. The interview took place before Daniels is claimed to have reached a settlement deal with Trump to keep quiet about the affair in October 2016, as reported by The Wall Street Journal on January 12.
U.S. Miami Herald
The teens had killed five deer, police said. But deer weren’t what they were really hunting. When a sheriff’s deputy in Klickitat County, Wash., detained three teenagers for having a loaded rifle in their vehicle on Jan. 15, the deputy at first had planned to let them off with a warning, police said. But then the deputy realized none of the teens were licensed to drive the vehicle they were in, according to state fish and wildlife police. The loaded rifle wasn’t the only suspicious thing in the car, either: There was deer hair and fresh blood as well, police said. Once police saw the blood and hair, the deputy and fish and wildlife police started searching the surrounding area. What they found
Politics Capitol Hill Blue
Republican sources within the beleaguered House of Representatives and Senate say partisan divides and personal dislikes reached “breaking point” this past week and blame the dishonest president from their own party for most of the mess. “I’m supposed to work with the son-of-a-bitch because he’s the leader of the party but I can’t stand him,” says a GOP member. “I despise him.” The opinion of that one Republican is becoming the norm in Congress. In a private conversation within the GOP cloakroom this week, another Republican said he missed working with Barack Obama. “We disagreed on most things but he is a better man,” he said. More than one Republican nodded quietly in agreement. Several
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In a Stunning Announcement, United Airlines Just Launched Something Passengers Have Wanted For 25 Years
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. If there's one thing that annoys airline passengers -- and there's never just one -- it's the fact that planes have become painfully claustrophobic. Airlines are stuffing ever more seats onto planes. And the seats themselves are shrinking. Which is why you may need to sit down right now. You see, United Airlines just announced that it's going to start flying planes with bigger Economy Class seats. Please pause before you leap. There are caveats. As Bloomberg reports, United intends to debut something it calls Premium Plus. Apparently, airline employees were told about it today. Not that
Sports New York Post
Even the most exciting games now come with a price, a challenge to swallow what you can’t stomach. It’s the modern barter system: In order to enjoy, you must suspend your sense of common sense. Has the last-play “hero” of any game ever looked like a bigger jerk than Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs did? First, despite Diggs’ post-touchdown peacocking, the Vikings are not playing in the NFC Championship game because he “made a play” then “took it to the house” with :00 on the clock. The Vikes are alive because of two, steadily regressive elements of fundamental football: 1) players’ pitiful unawareness of game and clock circumstances, and, 2) the continued replacement of tackling with risky
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In-demand action star Jason Momoa recently married with longtime partner and actress Lisa Bonet, and he couldn't be happier.
U.S. Al Jazeera
A teenage boy has been shot and killed by police after a juvenile hearing at an Ohio court during an altercation, local officials said. Joseph Haynes, 16, was appearing for a hearing about a firearms charge against him at the Franklin County court in Columbus on Wednesday when a deputy sheriff struck him with a bullet in a hallway. The teenager was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. "At some point as the hearing was concluding there was an altercation that ensued involving the deputy and some of the family members," Franklin County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Rick Minerd told reporters. Jennifer Brisco, Haynes' lawyer, said the scuffles broke out when the officer threatened