- U.S.ABC News
Police find missing 13-year-old girl who 'willingly' got into someone's car and never made it to school
Authorities in Alabama say they have found a 13-year-old girl, who disappeared on her way to school. Amberly Nicole Flores left her home in Pelham, Alabama, on Tuesday morning to walk to the school bus stop. On Thursday afternoon, Pelham police said they had found Amberly safe at a home in Huntsville, in northern Alabama, about two hours north of Pelham.
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- PoliticsThe Independent
Elizabeth Warren was confronted by an angry father at a campaign event in Iowa by an angry father who took issue with her plan to forgive student loan debts.Arguing that those who paid for college tuition themselves would be “screwed” by her proposal, he confronted the Democratic senator on Monday at a presidential campaign town hall in Grimes, Iowa.
- BusinessThe Wrap
Jordan Belfort, who served as the inspiration for the hit 2013 film “Wolf of Wall Street,” is suing the production company behind the film for $300 million, saying they lied to him when he first agreed to sell them his rights.In the lawsuit, Belfort states Red Granite Productions co-founder Riza Aziz represented the company as a “legitimate and legally funded film production company.” Belfort says he relied on that representation when he agreed to make the deal with Red Granite, which eventually released “Wolf of Wall Street” in 2013. The film made over $300 million at the box office.Belfort alleged that after the film’s release, he learned that Red Granite was not, in fact, “legitimately or legally funded when they acquired Belfort’s rights.” He says he was “blindsided” to learn about the true source of the company’s funding — Aziz has been accused of laundering $248 million into Red Granite — and says Red Granite and Aziz “concealed these criminal acts and funding sources from him.”Also Read: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Producer Riza Aziz Charged With 5 Counts of Money Laundering in Malaysia“Had he known,” the lawsuit states, “he certainly would have never sold the rights.”In the lawsuit, Belfort says Red Granite has “tainted” his rights going forward and has failed to maximize those rights due to the highly-publicized scandal.Belfort is suing for fraud, negligent misrepresentation, violation of the RICO Act, breach of contract and breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. He is seeking $300 million in damages and wants his deal with Red Granite voided.Matthew L. Schwartz of Boies Schiller Flexner, an attorney for Red Granite, tells TheWrap, “Jordan Belfort’s lawsuit is nothing more than a desperate and supremely ironic attempt to get out from under an agreement that for the first time in his life made him rich and famous through lawful and legitimate means.”Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.Read original story ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Subject Jordan Belfort Slaps Production Company With $300 Million Fraud Suit At TheWrap
- PoliticsUSA TODAY
The woman told police in Pennsylvania that Lonnie D. Clark had been drinking alcohol all day while watching the impeachment trial and 'was upset.'
- EntertainmentYahoo News Video
Some "Carpool Karaoke" fans have been rather unsettled by footage that suggests James Corden isn't always driving the car he's seen in during the videos.