The airline said the incident occurred on a flight from Atlanta to Las Vegas and apologized to other passengers aboard the flight.
The Kyrie Irving saga in Cleveland could be just a classic case of miscommunication. The Cavaliers star point guard reportedly requested a trade in order to play for a franchise where he can be the focal point, instead of being LeBron James’ sidekick. Irving also apparently was irked the Cavs had included him in trade talks for Paul George, and now it appears that the 25-year-old star might be under the false impression that James was behind the trade talks for George. FOX Sports 1’s Chris Broussard reported Friday on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” that the Cavs, Indiana Pacers and Phoenix Suns had a deal in place to send Irving to Phoenix, and the star guard believes that James was trying to force him out of town.
Adolf Hitler thought he was going to win. The Nazis didn’t just take battle plans and explosives into World War II; they had plans for a whole new world order. When the fighting and the bloodshed were done, they were going to build a new fascist empire over the ruins of Europe. The Nazis already had already written up the blueprints for their new order. If everything had gone according to Hitler’s plan, the world today would be a different place. And in many ways, the Nazi new world order wouldn’t have been what you’d expect. 10 Returning American Land To The Natives The Nazis might have been genocidal white supremacists, but when it came to Native Americans, they were surprisingly accepting.
Joshua Witt of Colorado was reportedly stabbed because his attacker believed him to be a neo-Nazi thanks to his haircut.
Monday's total solar eclipse will come to Americans in varying degrees of visual clarity, according to ABC News meteorologists, who say that the clearest skies are likely to appear in the Northwest in cities like San Francisco, Salem and Seattle. NASA has published an interactive map that shows the times for the partial and total eclipse anywhere in world. What happens during a total solar eclipse?
A mere 24 hours after his latest attempt at a campaign reset with an economic policy speech, Donald Trump made an offhand comment related to gun rights that immediately had listeners wondering if he had called for the assassination of his rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton. Speaking at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Tuesday, Trump promised to defend the Second Amendment as president, and claimed, as he often does, that Clinton wants to take away Americans' guns. "Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know," he said. "But I'll tell you what, that will be a horrible day. If, if Hillary gets to put her judges - right now we're tied. You see what's going on. We're