In the volatile era of Donald Trump and the transparency created by the digital age, a lot of us find ourselves on different sides of social and political issues than some of the people we love.
Someone Called Out Michael B. Jordan on Twitter For Living With His Parents - and He Had the Best Response
Michael B. Jordan, who most recently starred in Marvel's Black Panther, is apparently not one to take flack on Twitter- especially when it comes to his parents. It all started when a fan tweeted about him on Feb. 21 implying that he still lived with his mom and dad: And while there's absolutely nothing wrong with living with your parents - or being less than six feet tall or enjoying a little anime here and there - Michael was quick to set the record straight. Respect on his name, indeed. Image Source: Getty / Alberto E. Rodriguez
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A California woman is being hailed as a hero after her quick thinking thwarted the attempted kidnapping of a 12-year-old girl outside a school.
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An emotional support dog bit a six-year-old girl on a Southwest Airlines flight - and some people are blaming the child (LUV)
An emotional support dog bit a child passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Portland, Oregon on Wednesday night. The contact resulted in a "minor injury" that was evaluated by emergency medical personnel before the flight departed. Southwest said it's continuing to review its policies around emotional support and service animals.
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She left her baby in a car seat for days - and told cops she was ‘just too busy,’ Michigan police say
Police say Lovily Johnson told officers that she had been “just too busy.” Johnson, a 23-year-old from Wyoming, Michigan, allegedly left her 6-month-old child Noah unattended in a car seat for days last July, according to WZZM. Police say the room she left the boy in didn’t have air conditioning. On July 17, the mother didn’t change her baby’s diaper but fed him with a bottle, according to the Detroit Free Press. She then went on to smoke weed with friends that day, police say. She allegedly ignored Noah for the entirety of July 18 as she spent part of the day - and that whole night - out of the apartment. "She doesn't check on him, doesn't hear him crying, doesn't feed him," Wyoming police Detective
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Rep. Brian MastBrian Jeffrey MastProgressive group targets GOP moderates on immigration Cook Political Report moves 21 House races toward Dems The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE (R-Fla.) is throwing his support behind an assault weapons ban, writing in an op-ed on Friday that the Second Amendment guarantee to the right to bear arms does not apply to all guns. "The Second Amendment is unimpeachable," Mast wrote in The New York Times. "It guarantees the right of citizens to defend themselves. I accept, however, that it does not guarantee that every civilian can bear any and all arms." Mast's op-ed came days after a gunman opened fire on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., killing
Scot Peterson, the Florida police officer assigned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were killed in a mass shooting last week, has resigned amid an investigation into his actions during the massacre. Peterson, 54, resigned Thursday from Broward County Sheriff’s Office, the Sun Sentinel reported, as it emerged that although he was the only armed deputyon campus during the shooting, he had done nothing. Sheriff Scott Israel said Peterson’s decision to take cover during the shooting had left him feeling sick to his stomach.