The teen notorious for her “cash me outside” remark on the “Dr. Phil” show has found herself in the middle of trouble again. Police are investigating a brawl involving Danielle Bregoli, 13, and three others early on Sunday morning outside of a bar in Lake Worth, Florida. Bregoli, who made headlines earlier this month for a Spirit Airlines altercation, was caught on camera exchanging words with another female bar patron in a video shared to YouTube. According to the post, the woman had suggested that Bregoli was out past her curfew. In response, one of Bregoli’s friends hurled ice cream at the woman and then made a break for it. The food fight led to more altercations that were not seen on the
It's been a rough week for "Flip or Flop" stars Tarek and Christina El Moussa as they toured the morning talk shows, opening up about their marital breakup. The post Tarek El Moussa Loses His Cool on 'Flip or Flop' appeared first on Real Estate News & Advice | realtor.com®.
"Well, that's Hollywood. You can sexually harass and assault your female coworkers and get Best Actor."
Stocks continued to inch higher despite confusion around the Fed minutes, weak markets in Europe and concerns mounting over key administration initiatives like tax reform. Year to date, utilities are up just shy of the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) 5.74% return. To date, traditional treasury ETFs, like iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bonds (TLT) have just been marking time, but iShares TIPS Bond Fund (TIP), utilities, REITS, and iShares S&P US Pref Stock Idx Fund (PFF) have been ripping off the lows-threatening to break out from weeks of consolidation.
Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article referred incorrectly to Sean Spicer’s upbringing. The subject of the story - President Donald Trump's struggles with the aggressive Washington press corps - is actually less important than what that correction tells you about his administration's treatment of the media. The White House press secretary - whose sole job is to communicate with the media - refused to answer questions about where he was born.
In the two years since she poisoned her 5-year-old son with cold medicine and staged a fiery car crash with his body wedged on a back-seat floorboard, Narges Shafeirad has never publicly said why she did it. Shafeirad’s words - spoken just before she was sentenced to 50 years for the murder of Daniel Dana - left the judge in front of a packed courtroom searching for an explanation. “A mother murdering her child is a crime so horrific that it is natural to try to determine why,” said Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Nelson Rupp, who had read a psychological evaluation of Shafeirad. Rupp noted that Shafeirad showed very little emotion in court, even as Daniel’s father and grandparents broke down as they spoke, and even as prosecutors detailed how she had forced the child to drink lethal doses of diphenhydramine, the active ingredient in drugs such as Benadryl.