Donald Trump slammed by families of fallen soldiers after he makes false claim about former presidents.
Following allegations of sexual harassment and assault, the fall of Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein was swift, but it was not isolated. In recent months, men from Hollywood to academia, technology to politics have been publicly accused of harassment and/or misconduct, many forced to step down from their jobs. Here’s a look at some who made headlines. Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein began his meteoric fall from grace after the New York Times and then the New Yorker published stories alleging decades of sexual harassment and payoffs. Additional women immediately began sharing their stories, accusing the producer of sexual misconduct, including rape. Weinstein was quickly fired from the
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Two weeks ago, a 5-year-old girl named Sunshine Oelfke of Ishpeming, Michigan, emptied out her piggy bank onto the living room floor and immediately started "counting." Her grandmother, Jackie Oelfke, thought she was playing as she carefully lined up stacks of nickels, pennies and dimes - but then she saw the girl stuff the coins and crinkled bills into a plastic bag and place it in the front pouch of her backpack. "That piqued my curiosity," Oelfke told CBS News. "Nobody messes with the piggy bank." After observing Sunshine at work a few minutes longer, Oelfke decided she needed to find out why the little girl decided to break into her savings. "What are you doing with that money?" Oelfke asked
Neallie Junior Saxon III chased the ball out of his yard and into the street moments before the SUV hit him. The toddler, who would have been 2 in December, was shorter than the bumper of the 2007 four-door Hyundai Santa Fe SUV. Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies said it was unlikely the woman driving would have seen the little boy, especially with all the other kids running around in the road. Neallie was airlifted to Broward Health Medical Center just after 5 p.m. on Sunday. He died in the hospital. His mother posted a selfie of herself and her only son on Facebook Monday morning with an emotional message about her “pride and joy.” “Never would I thought I’ll be sending my baby boy to Heaven.
Last week, in Jefferson County, Texas, a Dodge Challenger Hellcat was allegedly stolen and then involved in a high-speed police chase. The whole thing played out in a very Vanishing Point kind of way. Twenty-five-year-old Mohamed Ahmed Abu-Shlieba is said by police to have stolen the white Dodge Challenger Hellcat. The chase began in Houston, reports local news outlet KSAT. From the story: Abu-Shlieba, who police said was in a stolen white Dodge Hellcat, was driving at speeds of more than 100 mph on the I-10 East Freeway heading east, according to police. He drove through Harris County, Chambers County and toward Jefferson County. Abu-Shlieba then abandoned the car and attempted to bail on foot
NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- North Korea's Kim Jong Un ordered the massacre of hundreds of officers and their families following the purge and execution of his uncle Jang Song Thaek in 2013, a former senior North Korean economic official said. Speaking at the Asia Society in New York on Monday, Ri Jong Ho, the previous head of the Korea Daehung Trading Corp., managed by Room or Office 39, said he left the reclusive state when he became "disappointed" with the young leader's brutal methods of punishing reform-minded North Koreans. Room or Office 39 is the secret North Korean Workers' Party organization in charge of maintaining the regime's foreign currency slush fund. Ri has previously said Room
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When you inform others that everything is wonderful today, you might actually be convinced youre telling the truth. However, your smile may be hiding anger that is lurking just below the threshold of ...