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A mother in Louisiana is speaking out after a high school student shared a Christmas photo of her black son with a racist caption.
- PoliticsUSA TODAY
Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew said that he will vote against articles of impeachment that outline the case for President Trump's removal from office.
- EntertainmentYahoo Lifestyle
One Million Moms group calls for Hallmark channel boycott after it airs commercial with lesbian kiss
A conservative mom group is calling for a boycott of the Hallmark channel after a commercial featuring a same-sex kiss was aired.
- EntertainmentThe Daily Beast
Fox News host Jesse Watters claimed Wednesday that women journalists have sex with their sources “all the time” in order to get scoops.Discussing the backlash over Clint Eastwood’s new movie Richard Jewell, which depicts the late journalist Kathy Scruggs as trading sex for stories, Watters waved off the controversy over the film’s potentially malicious claims.“Just as an example, this happens all the time,” the Fox News host declared. “Ali Watkins was a reporter for many, many years at many distinguished publications. She slept with one of her sources, allegedly, for four years and broke a lot of scoops according to this Politico report here.”After citing one real-life example of a female journalist having an affair with a Washington insider, Watters reiterated that this “happens a lot” before wondering why Eastwood is getting grief over it.“It happens a lot in movies and TV shows,” he exclaimed. “Just a list right here. Fletch!”As co-host Greg Gutfeld busted out laughing, Watters continued to list off other films while claiming this is “all over Hollywood,” grousing that liberals are bellyaching over a film made by a right-leaning director.Moments later, liberal co-host Juan Willams called Watters out, saying he had a problem with the suggestion that most women reporters use sex to get scoops.“I don’t think most women reporters,” Watters replied. “I think male reporters do too. Just saying it happens. Just saying it happened many times in the past!”This isn’t the first time the former Bill O’Reilly protege has said something on the air that would be considered sexist or misogynist. In April 2017, Watters took a “vacation” following outrage after he said he “really liked how” Ivanka Trump was speaking into a microphone, all while gesturing towards his mouth.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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A Belgian boy who was on track to become the youngest person to graduate from college has dropped out, leaving his parents and school administrators quarreling over who is to blame. Laurent Simons, 9, gained worldwide attention after finishing high school in just a year and enrolling at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands in March 2018. Laurent and his parents chose the school after learning that a special committee would be formed to help him finish the three-year electrical programming in just 10 months, his father, Alexander Simons, told ABC News in a telephone interview Wednesday.