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The man who was dragged off a United Airlines flight in a video that went around the world has received an undisclosed financial settlement from the airline. The footage of Kentucky doctor David Dao, 69, being dragged off the flight after he refused to give up his seat to allow four United staff members to get from Chicago to Louisville went viral and sparked outrage .
After an Arkansas father found out his 16-year-old daughter was in a sexual relationship with a 21-year-old man but there was nothing law enforcement officers could do, he posted a sign on his property that is getting a lot of attention.
A Kentucky doctor who was dragged off a United flight after he refused to give up his seat to employees of a partner airline reached a settlement Thursday with United for an undisclosed amount of money. David Dao's legal team said in a brief statement that the agreement includes a provision that the amount will remain confidential. One his lawyers praised United CEO Oscar Munoz. Munoz "said he was going to do the right thing, and he has," Thomas Demetrio said in the statement. "In addition, United has taken full responsibility for what happened ... without attempting to blame others, including the city of Chicago." The settlement means United will not face the lawsuit that many observers expected.
If you're sick of defending your unhealthy diet soda obsession, Coca-Cola has your back with their latest creation: Coca-Cola Poop Plus, a sugar- and calorie-free soda with 5 added grams of dietary fiber. The brand's "healthiest soda yet" hit the Japanese market back in February as part of a company's latest mission to add more "functional beverages" to their lineup. (But no, they don't mean helping with bodily functions.) Coca-Cola CEO James Quincy told Business Insiderit's actually a "fast-growing segment where ingredients are added to beverages to address specific dietary needs." Because who needs fruits and vegetables, am I right? Even better, the official product press-release says Coca-Cola
KINGSTON, Tenn. -- The family of a 16-year-old Tennessee high school student has filed a lawsuit against Roane County Schools and the contractor who employed a female janitor accused of raping the boy during school hours. Citing the lawsuit filed Monday, the Knoxville News-Sentinel reports that the Midway High School student's family is seeking $4.5 million in damages from the school district and Compass One Services of Tennessee for negligence in allowing the rape to occur. Twenty-nine-year-old Jessica E. Galyon was arrested in February on multiple charges related to the assault. Authorities said at the time that high school officials received reports in October 2016 of Galyon exchanging sexual