- U.S. AOL.com
A female plane passenger took to Reddit this week to share a horrifying photo of a stranger performing a rude act during her flight.
- Style Entertainment Tonight
Jennifer Lopez Says She Was Asked to Take Her Top Off During a Costume Fitting: 'I Stood Up for Myself'
'I remember being so panicked in the moment.'
- Politics The Daily Beast
SAUL LOEBFirst it was a Fox News guest. Then it was a Fox News contributor. And now a Fox News host has named the alleged whistleblower at the heart of the Trump impeachment inquiry-albeit only during his non-Fox radio show.During Tuesday evening’s broadcast of The Mark Levin Show on Westwood One radio, host Mark Levin-who also hosts a weekend Fox News program-repeatedly named the person right-wing media has identified as the whistleblower, calling on the person to come on his show to prove he isn’t.“He’s not a whistleblower,” Levin yelled. “And if it's not, he’s welcome to come on this program and say so.”Levin, a fierce Trump defender, went on to grouse about mainstream media outlets refusing to print the alleged whistleblower’s name. He also appeared to take some veiled shots at Fox News, which has reportedly directed its staff to refrain from mentioning the person’s identity seeing as the network has not “independently confirmed [the] name or identification of the anonymous whistleblower.”“The New York Times won’t print his name,” Levin huffed. “The Washington Post won't print his name. Cable TV, you’re not allowed to mention his name." “The left-wing fascistic media won’t mention his name,” the radio talker continued. “Why? Because you see his background, you figure out his connections, you see what's been going on with all of them, and their whole house of cards comes tumbling down.”Levin’s on-air naming of the alleged whistleblower comes on the heels of Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway dropping that same name during Sunday’s broadcast of Fox News’ MediaBuzz, much to host Howard Kurtz’s chagrin. And Hemingway’s incident came a few days after conservative radio host Lars Larson said the name during a weekday Fox News segment.Those close to President Trump, meanwhile, are worried that it’s only a matter of time before the president publicly utters or tweets out the name-especially if he continues to hear it from his favorite media figures.And this isn’t the first time that Levin has thumbed his nose at Fox News internal policy. Earlier this month, following a report that he violated the network’s rarely enforced ban on participating in political campaigns, the right-wing talker insisted he didn’t break any rules before declaring that “no corporations” could prevent him from supporting candidates. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
- Politics The Independent
‘I’m horrified, I’m appalled’: Kellyanne Conway’s lawyer husband tears into Donald Trump over impeachment hearings
As senior diplomats Bill Taylor and George Kent gave their testimony before House investigators weighing the president’s impeachment on Wednesday, the husband of one of Donald Trump’s most prominent advisers made a rare appearance on television to tear into the commander-in-chief.Conservative Washington attorney George Conway, married to White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway, has won himself a large following on social media as one of President Trump’s most outspoken critics in recent months, regularly taking his wife’s employer to task on Twitter or in the pages of The Atlantic and risking his own happy home life for the cause.
- U.S. ABC News
An American teacher was found dead inside her apartment in the Dominican Republic following what appeared to be a robbery, local police said. Patricia Ann Anton, 63, had her hands and feet tied when police found her in Cabarete, a town on the northern coast of the island nation, the National Police said in a statement on Tuesday.
- Celebrity Yahoo Lifestyle
Gayle King admits to doing a 'sexy photo shoot' with college boyfriend: Photos 'will never see the light of day'
Gayle King joined Ashley Graham on the "Pretty Big Deal" podcast where the two talked about "sexy photo shoots" and unedited social media.
- Lifestyle Fox Business
"I was shocked to find a sign like that," parent says.