Politics Vanity Fair
“I Can’t Stomach It”: State Staffers Roll Their Eyes as Tillerson Takes a Final Swipe on His Way Out the Door
“This can be a very mean-spirited town.”
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A United Airlines passenger bumped from a flight on walking away with a travel voucher isn't terribly surprising -- except that hers was worth $10,000. For Allison Preiss, a communications director from Washington who began tweeting Thursday morning from Dulles International Airport after she was asked to deboard, her travel experience ended much better than it began. "Well," she later told ABC News, "I can say it was the best flight delay ever." United oversold the flight and asked Preiss, the lowest-fair passenger, to deboard. Thus began her tweetstorm: "United is offering $1K in travel credit for an oversold flight. If nobody bites, they will kick off the lowest fare passenger by pulling them
Scary New Details About The Teen Who Beat His Friend To Death With A Baseball Bat Because He Started Dating His Crush
A 16-year-old boy beat another teen to death with a baseball bat because he was dating a girl he liked. Dillen Murray, 16, was charged with first-degree murder after he killed 15-year-old Giovanni Diaz out of jealousy in Lake Wales, Florida, on Monday. “This child was brutally murdered by a 16-year-old with a baseball bat," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement.
Just like the character she plays on TV, Roseanne Barr is a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump. During an interview on Thursday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the comedian was grilled about her political views, including her disdain for former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “Weren’t you, like, a good friend of Hillary Clinton’s at one point?” Kimmel asked. Barr, initially hesitant to say anything, responded, “Yeah, I was.” Kimmel then extended his inquiry by asking what changed, at which point the sitcom star turned to TV husband John Goodman and whispered, “Why is he asking me this question?” But Kimmel persisted, bringing up one of Barr’s notorious tweet storms: “I think
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When 11-year-old Rachel Manfredini is on the basketball court, her height is a considerable asset. But at 5’7″, the fifth grader is self-conscious about it during regular school hours, particularly after years of being told her shorts and dresses don’t meet dress code. That’s why she’s stopped wearing dresses altogether, her mother says, and when she refused to do so earlier this week, her coach at West Cottonwood Junior High School benched her.
Politics The Hill
Stormy Daniels' attorney hinted on Thursday that he may have hard evidence that the adult-film actress had an affair with President TrumpDonald John TrumpPoll: Both parties need to do more on drug prices Senate approves .3 trillion spending bill, sending to Trump White House: Trump will delay steel tariffs for EU, six countries MORE, posting a photo on Twitter of what appeared to be a compact disc in a safe. "If 'a picture is worth a thousand words,' how many words is this worth?????" Michael Avenatti tweeted. While not explicitly stated, Avenatti appeared to suggest that the disc may contain photographic evidence of Daniels' alleged affair with the president. Avenatti has previously declined
U.S. Miami Herald
A Rock Hill woman was accused of hitting a man in the face at a restaurant when he complained that her baby would not stop crying, police said. Shacoya Latresa Long, 25, was charged with assault and battery after the 7:30 p.m. incident Tuesday at Luke’s on Herlong Avenue in Rock Hill, according to a Rock Hill Police Department report. Officers were called to the restaurant by employees who said that Long was “irate” and that she was yelling and cursing at the man who complained, a report says Long told officers that the man at a nearby table told her, “I can’t even hear myself talk” after the baby cried for 30 minutes during dinner, the report states. Long told officers her baby had started to