Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal co-author Tony Schwartz is predicting that the president is getting ready to call it quits ― and that the resignation will happen soon. In followup tweets in response to questions, Schwartz predicted Trump would make a deal for immunity in the Russia investigation in exchange for his resignation. Trump must be isolated.
Hippos typically don't find themselves being hunted by other animals, despite living in environments full of deadly predators. In this video from Kenya, a lion attempts to hunt a hippo, providing a perfect example of why the big herbivores usually get left alone.
Unicorn Riot: “Police then pushed the white supremacists out of Emancipation Park, and closed the park.... Unable to continue rallying in the park, the white supremacists took to the streets, where they were quickly followed and confronted by anti-racists. BuzzFeed News reporter Blake Montgomery: “The opposition was largely winging it, preferring to establish bases in other parks with water, coffee, food, first aid and comfort. Redneck Revolt, an armed leftist group that brought rifles to Justice Park, one of the spots where anti-racist groups had gathered: “At many points during the day, groups of white supremacists approached Justice Park, but at each instance, Redneck Revolt members formed a unified skirmish line against them, and the white supremacists backed down.
Dear Amy: About a year ago, I used one of those genetic testing services. The website shows other users who share genetics with you and allows everyone to contact each other. Recently, I got a message from another user (a woman in her 60s in another state) that showed we were a very close genetic match. She emailed me, saying she was looking for information on her father, whom she had never met. She said her mother had a very brief relationship with a U.S. Marine during the Korean War. It turned out he had probably used a fake name. They had no photos, and they were never able to track him down. Her mother later moved to the U.S. The woman, "Janet," asked if it was possible if my grandfather
Kara Kopetsky hadn't been seen since leaving her Missouri high school in May 2007.