- 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
47 Jimmy Buffett Fans Get Sick On Trip to Dominican Republic
- U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
Community members are furious after a local pool posted rules banning dreadlocks and weaves. Pool owners threatened legal action against people who called them racist.
- Sports AOL.com
On Monday, the Toronto Raptors took to the streets to celebrate their firstchampionship in franchise history, which they claimed after beating the GoldenState Warriors in six games in the NBA Finals
- Lifestyle Men's Health
We're simply stunned.
- Politics The Independent
Trump news: President 'fires pollsters' over results as Fox News survey has him trailing every single major Democratic candidate
Donald Trump's re-election team have cut ties with several pollsters after survey results were leaked to the press indicating the president would lose to his Democratic rivals in four key battleground states in 2020.Those leaks have been accompanied by some more worrisome news for the incumbent: a new poll from Fox News finds him 10-points behind Joe Biden, nine behind Bernie Sanders and also forecast to lose in hypothetical match ups with Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg.Mr Trump spent his weekend attacking the “Corrupt News Media” on Twitter, and accusing The New York Times of “a virtual act of treason”. Meanwhile, he was honoured by Israel, which renamed a settlement in the Golan Heights in his honour.As those troubling 2020 stats have trained eyes in Washington, the US State Department announced that it would no longer provide aid to Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatamala until those countries take "concrete actions" to deter migrants from making their way north to the US.And, comedian Jon Stewart has continued his fight to get funding for 9/11 victims to pass Congress, with his most recent spat coming with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell.Please allow a moment for our liveblog to load