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When the frantic search for a 16-year-old girl culminated on Saturday with U.S. Marshals and Mexican authorities finding her at the Mexican port town of Puerto Morelos, her mother was relieved. "I'm really happy. Please let everyone know," Amy Yu's mother, Mui Luu, told ABC News. She had feared the worst after her daughter ran off with a 45-year-old married man named Kevin Esterly. After they were finally found, they were taken to Miami Saturday night. Just days before receiving the good news, however, Luu gave an extensive interview to ABC News admitting her regret for arguing with her daughter before her disappearance and her anger at Esterly. "Nobody can help," Luu said about her daughter's
Universal/Comcast Corp. Pacific Rim: Uprising has a decent shot of making a skewed kind of history by finally dethroning Black Panther from the top spot on the weekend box office charts. It could be the Lost in Space of our generation. Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole’s Black Panther is already the first movie since Avatar in 2009/2010 to top the weekend box office for five frames in a row. Heck, it’s only the 11th movie in 30 years to do so. It sits alongside Good Morning Vietnam in 1988, Rain Man in 1988/1989, Look Who’s Talking in 1989, Home Alone in 1990, The Silence of the Lambs in 1991, Wayne’s World in 1992, The Fugitive in 1993, Titanic in 1997/1998, The Sixth Sense in 1999 and Avatar
There's still no clear-cut way to define class in American, because class can be defined by things like education and occupation in addition to income and net worth. Nonetheless, Pew Research Center took a stab at defining class in a 2016 report, noting that "middle-income Americans are defined as adults whose annual household income is two-thirds to double the national median, after incomes have been adjusted for household size" while "lower-income households have incomes less than 67 percent of the median and upper-income households have incomes that are more than double the median." The national median household income was $59,039 in 2016. Pew factored in household size because smaller households
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This 1 Obnoxious Habit Might Be the Real Reason Why Vanessa Trump and Donald Trump Jr. Are Getting Divorced
Bad habits can ruin even the best of marriages. Some habits are minor annoyances while others are too bothersome to be ignored. This was possibly the case with Donald Trump Jr. Sources are saying he demonstrated unsavory behavior that might have resulted in the undoing of his marriage to Vanessa Trump. Here’s the obnoxious habit that might explain the real reason why Vanessa Trump and Donald Trump Jr. are getting divorced. Sources say they were in trouble from the start Although many are shocked about Vanessa and Donald Jr.’s divorce, sources told Page Six the couple had major problems even before they tied the knot. Vanessa’s friends didn’t want her to marry Donald Jr., according to Page Six.
Calif. Man Allegedly Ex-Kills Wife, Turns Gun on Himself
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Judge denies Trump bid to get sexual accuser Summer Zervos' defamation suit tossed: 'No one is above the law'
A Manhattan Supreme Court judge Tuesday denied President Trump’s attempt to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed by a former reality show contestant who accused him of sexual misconduct. The judge rejected the president’s motion to dismiss the claim brought by Summer Zervos, who appeared on "The Apprentice" in 2005. Zervos claimed that Trump kissed her twice on the lips in 2007 in his New York office, "making her 'uncomfortable, nervous and embarrassed,'" when she sought him out for job opportunities and advice after appearing on the show, according to the documents.
Questioned by a persistent lawmaker on Tuesday, Education Secretary Betsy