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Trump erupts over ‘human scum’ impeachment investigators in rambling series of false and misleading tweets
Donald Trump has erupted over the ongoing impeachment inquiry in a series of false and misleading tweets in which he accused investigators of being “human scum”.“Corrupt politician Adam Schiff’s lies are growing by the day,” the US president tweeted on Thursday morning.
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Pete Davidson's Paper magazine cover has people on the internet disturbed.
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Jason Momoa protected Emilia Clarke during gratuitous sex scenes: "He was like, 'No, sweetie, this isn't okay'"
'He took care of me in an environment, I didn't know I need to be taken care of ... He was so kind and considerate and cared about me as a human being.'
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AMC Theaters has fired three employees at one of its Louisiana locations after an African American women’s group accused them of racial profiling during a screening of “Harriet.”According to NBC New Orleans affiliate WDSU, a letter was sent from the lawyer of organization 504 Queens to AMC describing an incident that occurred when 15 of its members bought tickets for a screening of the Harriet Tubman biopic at AMC’s Clearview Palace 12 in Metairie, LA, on November 7.Also Read: 'Harriet' Screenwriter Says a Studio Exec in 1994 Wanted to Offer the Role of Harriet Tubman to Julia RobertsThe organization said that three different employees, including a kitchen worker, interrupted the screening to ask the organization to verify their tickets and seating assignments. One of the employees stopped the screening and turned the theater lights on, leading to other attendees demanding that one of the 504 Queens members leave.“You mean to tell me a kitchen employee can stop a movie, and also, turn on all the lights to embarrass me? And to be aggressive with me in that manner?” one member told WDSU. “It was like the 1800s coming back to my face in 2019.”Also Read: 'Harriet' Film Review: Kasi Lemmons' Standard-Issue Harriet Tubman Biopic Wastes Big-Screen OpportunityIn response, AMC Theaters’ general counsel Kevin Connor apologized to 504 Queens on behalf of the company and agreed to the organization’s requests to remedy the situation in addition to the dismissal of the three employees.The requests included free screenings of “Harriet” to local high school students, donation of the Clearview location’s Black Friday revenue to 504 Queens along with movie passes for its mentorship program, and mandatory unconscious bias training for its Louisiana theater employees. A spokesperson for AMC declined further comment.Read original story AMC Fires 3 Employees Over Racial Profiling Accusations During ‘Harriet’ Screening At TheWrap
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Tim Tebow Says 'One of the Toughest Goodbyes' to His Dog Bronco
- U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
A Greta Thunberg lookalike who appeared in a photo from 1898 has sparked conspiracy theories about the young environmentalist being a time traveler.
- Sports Storyful
A University of Texas Permian Basin (UTPB) Falcons senior finished his last game “in style” after his sophomore teammate - en route to scoring a touchdown - handed the ball off and let him clinch the points instead at the November 16 game, UTPB said.This video shows UTPB outside linebacker John O’Kelley on his way to making a touchdown when he sees senior linebacker Chris Hoad running nearby during the Senior Day game against Texas A&M Kingsville at Ratliff Stadium in Odessa, Texas. O’Kelley gives the ball to Hoad, along with the chance to score a touchdown at the season’s last game.“All-American and senior Chris Hoad goes out in style thanks to the amazing and classy play by John O’Kelley!” UTPB Athletics said on Twitter when they shared the footage.Head Coach Justin Carrigan told UTPB Athletics the play was “a special moment.”The Falcons went on to win the game 70-14.According to UTPB, Hoad was one of the program’s “first year seniors,” and is one of only eight seniors who stayed with the UTPB Football program from its inception in 2015.Hoad just ended his college football career with the best season in Falcons history. He had 157 tackles and is the active career leader across all NCAA Divisions with 528 career tackles, UTPB said. Credit: @utpbfalcons via Storyful