- LifestyleIn The Know
An elementary school teacher is going viral after sharing a hilarious misunderstanding between her and her class.
- SportsBusiness Insider
Ryan Newman's wife — whom he split from 5 days ago — tweeted that she was 'praying for a safe race' just hours before his Daytona 500 crash
Krissie Newman simply tweeted "Omg" after the accident, which left her former partner in serious condition in the hospital.
“We are going to vote you out and Make America Great Again," the rocker wrote on his website.
- PoliticsThe Daily Beast
Moments after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was absolutely savaged by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in his first Democratic presidential primary debate on Wednesday night, CNN political commentator Van Jones didn’t pull back any punches in his description of the billionaire’s performance.“Listen, this was a disaster for Bloomberg,” Jones exclaimed during CNN’s post-debate coverage. “Bloomberg went in as the Titanic — billion-dollar-machine Titanic. Titanic, meet iceberg Elizabeth Warren.”“She took him to task in a way that I’ve never seen in a debate,” he continued. “She took it over, she prosecuted him.”Warren kicked off the debate by taking aim at Bloomberg’s treatment of women and his use of non-disclosure agreements, noting that the rest of the Democratic field is running against a “billionaire who calls women fat broads and horse-faced lesbians.”“No, I’m not talking about Donald Trump—I’m talking about Michael Bloomberg,” Warren added with a flourish.Jones went on to say that despite the stop-and-frisk issue, which Warren also hit Bloomberg on at the debate, a lot of African-American voters were “placing great hope” and “trying to move over” to the ex-mayor but he showed “he just wasn’t ready.”“He was tone-deaf on issue after issue, and the reason why — he’s not been in those living rooms, he hasn’t been doing those town halls,” the former Obama adviser noted.“His answer on women was terrible,” Jones concluded. “He got destroyed on the NDA question, his answer on stop and frisk was as bad as it could possibly be, and then he basically lied on his answer when it came to redlining. He let people down tonight.”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.
- LifestyleGood Housekeeping
Such a smart idea.From Good Housekeeping
- U.S.Inside Edition CBS
Two women plunged to their deaths off a ferry as it was leaving the most expensive island in America. The accident happened off Fisher Island in Miami, Florida, the wealthiest zip code in the USA. The island is only accessible by private boat, helicopter or ferry. The victims were identified as Emma Afra 63, and her friend Viviane Brahms, 75. They were sitting in a 2019 blue Mercedes when the car went overboard. Their bodies have been recovered from the water.
Michigan Woman Brings Miniature Horse on Plane as Her Service Animal