The INSIDER Summary: We tried fried chicken from Popeyes, Church's, Chick-fil-A, and KFC to see who makes it the best. KFC was the clear loser - their chicken was dry and their batter was bland. Chick-fil-A came in third place because while we loved the batter's flavor and seasoning, but the chicken didn't taste as authentic because the chain doesn't offer meat on the bone. Church's came in second place. The meat was juicy and tender, but its batter wasn't as flavorful as Popeyes, which came in first place. A good piece of fried chicken has to achieve the difficult balance of being crispy on the outside, and juicy on the inside. Not all restaurants get it right - which is why we set out to find
GRAND RAPIDS - Christian Hilman, 19, of Ada was sentenced to 22½-100 years in prison Monday on a charge of second-degree murder in the road rage beating death of a 64-year-old retiree in a church parking lot. Hillman's defense team called the incident a tragedy, but said the teen was assaulted and, overcome with emotion, beat William McFarlan along Whitneyville Avenue SE. Kent County Assistant Prosecutor Blair Lachman said he said the lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter was inappropriate given the overwhelming evidence against Hillman, including eyewitness accounts that he kicked McFarlan several times after McFarlan collapsed beside his pickup truck. "I think just because someone gets angry
President Donald Trump tweeted early on Tuesday that acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe “got $700,000” from Hillary Clinton. In a July 19 interview with The New York Times, Trump said, “We have a director of the FBI, acting, who received $700,000, whose wife received $700,000 from, essentially, Hillary Clinton. Which is Hillary Clinton.” Trump was referring to Terry McAuliffe, the Virginia governor and longtime Clinton ally.
Michelle Arendas and Josh Avsec, two Kent State University students, swiped right to match on the dating app Tinder in September 2014. Since then, they’ve engaged in an epic 21st century love story, texting each other over the course of three years. But they've taken months to reply to each other, giving increasingly creative excuses for the delay. Most surprising: they've never met in person.But that all changed today on “Good Morning America.”“This is a dream come true. I can’t believe I’m seeing her right now,” Avsec, 22, said of the heart-melting moment on “GMA. ...
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Stephen A. Smith is trying to send a message: If you’re an NBA superstar, don’t question me. The ESPN personality went nuclear on LeBron James on his radio show Tuesday after the Cavaliers star rebutted his report that, if Kyrie Irving was in front of James, the latter would be “tempted to, quote, beat [Irving’s] ass.” James took to Twitter to shoot down the report - which Smith had passed along citing sources - by saying it’s “NotFacts.” Smith previously had reported that Irving’s camp believes James was the one who leaked the trade request to the media. Smith’s extended rant featured many shots across the bow, including one particularly interesting nugget: a threat to report the “the real story