Political contributor Scottie Nell Hughes has filed a lawsuit against Fox News accusing the network of punishing her after she claimed she was raped by anchor Charles Payne. Ms Hughes alleged Mr Payne coerced her to have sex with him in 2013 “in exchange for career opportunities and benefits”. The suit states Mr Payne had “used his position of power to pressure Ms Hughes into submission” and when Ms Hughes tried to put a stop to the relationship, he became “physically violent”.
In a photo she posted to Facebook, Kynse Leigh, a recent organ-transplant recipient, stands in front of her house and some downed tree branches while making a plea through a hot-pink-lettered sign: “Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life.”
Ohio State Student's Boyfriend Kills Her in Murder-Suicide
iOS 11 is finally upon us, which means you should be getting ready to install Apple’s new mobile operating system on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Before you do, however, you should know that iOS 11 is an app breaker. However, that’s not a bad thing, and you shouldn’t really worry about it. With iOS 11, Apple is dropping 32-bit app support. That means all the old apps that were not updated to 64-bit since Apple introduced the iPhone 5s in 2013 will no longer run on any device upgraded to iOS 11. If you’re worried that some of the favorite apps won’t make the jump to iOS 11, you shouldn’t be. Either developers will finally update them to 64-bit shortly, or you should really find alternatives. After all, if a developer isn’t really interested in keeping an app around, you probably shouldn’t bother using it. How does one check whether an app is compatible with iOS 11? Well, Apple already warned users and developers that 32-bit apps will not be supported on iOS 11. But if you’re unsure whether any of your apps will be affected, you should check it yourself. On your iOS 10.3 device, go to the Settings app, tap General and then About . Locate Applications and tap on it. If nothing happens, then you don’t have 32-bit apps installed. If you’re taken to a new menu, that’s where you’ll see a list of the apps that lack 32-bit support. As soon as you update to iOS 11, these apps will no longer launch. Apps aren't the only casualties of iOS 11, though - the new software also kills iPhones and iPads. How does iOS 11 kill devices? Well, some older smartphones and tablets will no longer be supported by iOS 11. If you think it’s bad news your iPhone 5c can’t handle iOS 11 then think again! Nobody likes a poor iOS experience on older devices, and the 5c simply doesn't have enough oomph to handle iOS 11. But the fact the iPhone 5c can’t run iOS 11 is also tied to Apple’s decision not to support 32-bit apps. You see, the iPhone 5c doesn't have the 64-bit chip that came with the iPhone 5s that year, so there’s no way it can run an operating system that kills 32-bit apps.
TLC has never had a shortage when it comes to introducing the world to interesting people with interesting stories - but there are few people who have captivated an audience like twins Abby and Brittany Hensel! (Photo Credit: Twitter) The 27-year-old Minnesota natives first gained nationally attention when they were six-years-old and made an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, but it wasn’t until they got their own special - Joined for Life - that people really fell in love with these charming twins! The success of Joined for Life eventually led to their own short series, simply titled Abby & Brittany. Can’t get enough of these fascinating and gorgeous ladies? Keep reading to learn more about
A missing Kansas man’s body sat decomposing in his work vehicle for eight months in an airport parking lot 45 minutes from his home, causing his family to ask why no one found it sooner, PEOPLE confirms.
The president’s son Donald Trump Jr. and senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway will no longer be protected by the Secret Service, offering relief to the agency’s stretched budget. The president’s oldest son has elected not to be protected by the agency, which stopped following him last week, as he seeks more privacy, a senior Trump administration official told The New York Times. Trump Jr. has told friends that he wants more privacy than what is available under a 24-hour security detail, two sources briefed on the decision told The Washington Post Monday. Secret Service spokeswoman Catherine Milhoan declined to comment on whether Trump Jr. and his wife and five children will continue to be protected.
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