Katie Hill Lost Her Job in a Flurry of Leaked Nudes and Tabloid Headlines. Now She’s Telling Her Story
The former congresswoman talks rebuilding her life, abuses of power, and Gossip Girl.
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"The rock that surrounds the sculpted faces is not suitable for additional carving, an official with the National Park Service said in June.
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Orioles fans and broadcasters had some fun at the Nationals' tarp situation.
It's a seemingly innocuous thought that can wind up having major consequences for equality in the workplace, as a new report from the nonprofit Center for Talent Innovation shows. Researchers from the nonprofit think tank asked white, straight, cisgender men with white-collar jobs in the US about their views on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Far more white men thought that DEI was at least somewhat important (48%), and 42% thought it was very important.
A Louisiana woman got the fright of her life when a tree near her Morgan City home exploded after it was struck by lightning on August 7.In this home security footage, Sarah Ribardi unsuspectingly steps out onto her doorstep just moments before the blast. A bright flash and a thunderous crack cause Ribardi to duck and quickly retreat inside as the tree explodes, sending splinters flying in every direction.“God was definitely with us!” she wrote on Facebook. “One step closer and [I] would have been seriously injured!”Local media reported several homes and vehicles were damaged in the incident, but no one was injured. Credit: Sarah Ribardi via Storyful
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Jesse Jackson’s granddaughter Skye fights racism at her Virginia boarding school: ‘It was just normal for students to be in blackface’
Skye Jackson says that if you scratch the surface at her elite boarding school, you’ll find an atmosphere of deep racism.
The MTA shared they are "investigating" the situation