If you’re a fan of the Modern Family star, it should come as no surprise by now that Ariel Winter enjoys a…
A Yazidi girl who escaped from the Islamic State (Isis) has told of how she was raped every day for six months by her captor. Ekhlas, who was 14 when she imprisoned, tried to escape jihadis in northern Iraq by climbing Mount Sinjar but was caught and held as a sex slave. In 2014, Isis began to target the Yazidis, an ethnic Kurdish group, which Isis believes are “devil worshippers”.
Anthony Scaramucci, who was named communications director by Donald Trump's White House on Friday, once had a bit of a sparring match with Barack Obama about Wall Street, the new communications director's old stomping grounds. In 2010, Scaramucci stepped up to a microphone to ask Obama a question during a televised event on CNBC. At the time, Scaramucci was running the investment firm Skybridge Capital.
The Road Trippin’ podcast has rolled on during the Cavaliers tumultuous summer, and Richard Jefferson found out about Kyrie Irving’s trade request on the most recent episode, and he had this to say: “This is what I will say about this, and by the time this gets out, whenever we air this in a few days: I don’t know. I don’t think that there’s a power struggle, like, with LeBron and Kyrie, Kev. I think Kyrie is a hyper-intelligent kid. Really, really smart. Doesn’t get enough credit for how smart he is, and I think seeing that the franchise is in flux, seeing Griff leave, the amount of coaches . . . I think Kyrie has had a much tougher time in this stretch of the organization than anyone ever wanted
An 18-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of causing a deadly crash which she live streamed on Instagram. The California Highway Patrol said Sanchez was driving the car when it veered onto the right shoulder of a road about 120 miles southeast of San Francisco. Sanchez was booked into the Merced County Jail on suspicion of DUI and vehicular manslaughter after the crash killed her 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, and badly injured another 14-year-old girl.
She’s a shy Jewish woman from Charlotte. He’s a little boy, apparently African and Muslim, who was screaming aboard a transatlantic flight. Their July 14 encounter between Brussels and New York made the eight-hour flight go easier for their fellow passengers. The virtually wordless connection - neither spoke the others’ language - also offered a lesson in compassion that has circulated widely online. By her account, Rochel Groner, 33, is among the least likely people to make a public display. “I’m the type of person who would let somebody step on my foot for like a half- hour before I would say something,” she says. But about an hour into the flight, a return home after Groner and her husband