- U.S.USA TODAY
Alyssa Shepherd was found guilty of three felony counts of reckless homicide for the Oct. 2018 crash that killed three siblings.
- Politics HuffPost
Francis Rooney suggested he might be willing to vote for Trump's ouster.
- Celebrity TheBlast
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- U.S. People
HGTV Star Guilty of Molesting Daughter's 10-Year-Old Best Friend
- U.S. Storyful
A group of teenagers was aggressively scolded by a woman posing as a police officer in Fort Worth, Texas, on October 16 as they a played on a swing in a park.In a video shared to Twitter, a girl can be seen laughing as she used a large round swing at the Dream Park in Fort Worth. Her laughter is interrupted by shouting from a woman off-camera repeatedly saying “stop” and “this is a children’s park.”A blond woman then approaches the girl and slams her hands on the swing to stop it from moving. A girl standing nearby tells the woman “we are children,” and the woman replies, “No, you’re f***ing not.”The woman then shouts at the group: “Well, I’m a f***ing PD. So get the f*** out of here now if you’re not here to play as a child.” As the group of teens begins to leave the park, the blond woman continues to shout at one girl and tell her that she is not a child. She can be heard saying, “I could literally arrest you as a f***ing adult.”The Fort Worth Police Department (FWPD) confirmed that the woman was not a Fort Worth police officer. FWPD said she was a “possible local resident.”“We are actively investigating this incident for several potential criminal charges including Impersonating a Public Servant and Disorderly Conduct. We #ThankYou for all the tip & messages we received,” FWPD added. Credit: Crystal via Storyful
- World Associated Press
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants Syrian government forces to move out of areas near the Turkish border so he can resettle up to 2 million refugees there, his spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday. The request will top Erdogan's talks next week with Syria's ally, Russian President Vladimir Putin. Arrangements along the Syrian-Turkish border were thrown into disarray after the U.S. pulled its troops out of the area, opening the door to Turkey's invasion aiming to drive out Kurdish-led fighters it considers terrorists.