- BusinessIn The Know
A woman is accusing an airline of "gender discrimination" after she says she was barred from entering from its business class lounge because of her outfit.
David Leavitt may be an award-winning journalist, as his Twitter bio proudly claims, but he's also an absolute nightmare of a customer, if his run-in with a Target employee last week is any indication. Last week, Leavitt was shopping at a Target (TGT)in Swansea, Mass., when he came across an electric toothbrush that looked as if it was on sale for a penny. When he tried to buy it, Tori Perrotti, who was handling the register, didn't go for it.
*No words. Just tears.*
- HealthIn The Know
Health expert Dr. Matt Doll says that there have only been 90 acquired savant syndrome cases reported worldwide.
- StyleMarie Claire
Um Northie, may I borrow your Birkin?From Marie Claire
- PoliticsBusiness Insider
'Who the hell cares about the budget?': Trump tears into critics of mounting federal spending and debt under his watch
"We're going to have a country," Trump said about rising federal spending, according to a report in The Washington Post.
- U.S.USA TODAY
The search for Selena Not Afraid ends with 'great sadness.' Missing girl's body found near Montana rest area
The body of Selena Shelley Faye Not Afraid, 16, was found near the Montana rest area where she was last seen on New Year's Day, authorities said.