- Business Yahoo Lifestyle
When his daughter couldn't find a date to prom, dad Thomas Perl realized the best man to do the honors was himself. "I have my own tuxedo, why don’t I escort her to the prom?"
- U.S. MarketWatch
There's turbulence, and then there's turbulence. In this particular case, seat belts snapped, beverage carts flew, seats broke free from the floor and, according to reports, 10 passengers were injured. This footage was captured by Mirjeta Basha, who told Swiss paper 20 Minuten the turbulence during the ALK Airlines flight began 30 minutes after takeoff and lasted at least five long minutes.
- U.S. People
Did Dominican Republic Officials 'Recommend' Wife Cremate Husband?
- World ABC News
The Pentagon has released new color photos as proof that Iran was behind last week's attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The release is part of an ongoing effort by the Trump administration to declassify U.S. intelligence gathered on Thursday when two tankers suffered damage by what the U.S. has said were magnetic mines placed on the side of the Kokuka Courageous. Last Friday, U.S. Central Command released a grainy video that showed, what it claimed, was a crew aboard an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps boat removing an unexploded mine that was left on the ship's hull.
- Celebrity SheKnows
Every Father's Day post on Instagram comes the opportunity to celebrate the special bond between father and child - and an opportunity to hurt some feelings with who you do and don't include. Currently, the public believes Prince William has snubbed Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Kate Middleton's father Michael in his own Father's Day […]
- Sports NBC Sports
Report: Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta has griped about Chris Paul’s contract in front of rival executives
Fertitta yet again comes across as blowhard
- U.S. ABC News
An 11-year-old boy, who was home alone when three people broke into his family's North Carolina residence, turned the tables on the alleged criminals when he grabbed a machete and whacked one of them in the head, officials said. Braydon Smith said he knew he didn't have time to think or be afraid. "I grabbed my machete off my wall and went to hit him," he said in an exclusive interview with ABC station WTVD in Durham, North Carolina.