Ex-Trump aide Richard Gates pleads guilty to conspiracy against U.S., lying to feds
In the volatile era of Donald Trump and the transparency created by the digital age, a lot of us find ourselves on different sides of social and political issues than some of the people we love.
Michael B. Jordan may be a no-holds-barred badass in the world of Wakanda, but IRL he's actually just a nice guy. He's happy to honour a lost bet, he's a big fan of anime, and he shares a home with his parents. SEE ALSO: Lupita Nyong'o is still making Michael B. Jordan do pushups, and it's still hilarious On Thursday, a tweet describing some of these lesser-known Jordan facts went viral. Michael B Jordan Is A 5’9” Adult Man That Loves Anime & Lives With His Parents....Y’all Told Me All Of Those Things Were Unacceptable Though - Chris (@chrisfrom_216) February 22, 2018 So viral, in fact, that it caught the attention of the man himself. And he wanted to set the record straight on a few things... First of All I’m 6ft and they live with ME, put some respeck on my name. LOL...aaaand goku & naruto are real ones 🙌🏾 lol https://t.co/QspyHD2zwH - Michael B. Jordan (@michaelb4jordan) February 23, 2018 Boom. Turns out he really is a big anime fan, too. oh you’re into that kinda of anime.... the mainstream ones pic.twitter.com/K9980X7yS1 - 𝓲𝓶𝓪𝓷𝓲 ♥ (@heartofmani) February 23, 2018 Nah that was a softball for the anime uneducated 🤓 - Michael B. Jordan (@michaelb4jordan) February 23, 2018 Good for you, Michael B. Jordan. In 2018, no man should have to hide his love for anime. Man cares for his parents and likes Dragon Ball. RESPECT https://t.co/lysgapyG3w - Antonis P C (@AntonisPC4) February 23, 2018 WATCH: Here's why 'Black Panther' has the best Marvel supervillain ever
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A Marjory Stoneman Douglas school resource officer has been suspended without pay after Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said video shows him taking up a defensive position during the shooting but never entering the school. Israel announced Thursday that the decision to suspend Deputy Scot Peterson was made after reviewing video from the shooting and taking statements from witnesses and Peterson himself, Israel said. “He should have went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer,” Israel said.
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An emotional support dog bit a six-year-old girl on a Southwest Airlines flight - and some people are blaming the child (LUV)
An emotional support dog bit a child passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Portland, Oregon on Wednesday night. The contact resulted in a "minor injury" that was evaluated by emergency medical personnel before the flight departed. Southwest said it's continuing to review its policies around emotional support and service animals.
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Think cats and dogs are the only pets allowed on a flight? Think again. While there are some restrictions against weight, size, and species, many airline passengers can travel with their exotic pets, so long as they offer emotional support (and have the documentation to prove it). We share the craziest emotional support animals spotted in airports and on planes, ahead. 1. Snakes We hate to break it to you, but snakes on a plane are more common than you’d think. And, like some passengers, they don’t always stay in their seat when the seatbelt sign is on. According to the Associated Press, a passenger once brought a pet snake on a plane and accidentally left it onboard. The snake had apparently
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She left her baby in a car seat for days - and told cops she was ‘just too busy,’ Michigan police say
Police say Lovily Johnson told officers that she had been “just too busy.” Johnson, a 23-year-old from Wyoming, Michigan, allegedly left her 6-month-old child Noah unattended in a car seat for days last July, according to WZZM. Police say the room she left the boy in didn’t have air conditioning. On July 17, the mother didn’t change her baby’s diaper but fed him with a bottle, according to the Detroit Free Press. She then went on to smoke weed with friends that day, police say. She allegedly ignored Noah for the entirety of July 18 as she spent part of the day - and that whole night - out of the apartment. "She doesn't check on him, doesn't hear him crying, doesn't feed him," Wyoming police Detective
An absolutely stunning cartoon drawn in the wake of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, is breaking hearts across the internet - and it's an image that we won't (and shouldn't) soon forget. "Hero's Welcome" is the brainchild of artist Pia Guerra and depicts Aaron Feis - the football coach and security guard who was killed when he used himself as a human shield to protect Parkland students - being ushered toward a group of children and adults by a young girl saying, "Come on, Mister Feis! "It's not often that an image pops in your brain and you feel a lump in your throat," Guerra told The Washington Post, noting that the crowd in the cartoon is representative of all the many individuals who have tragically lost their lives in school shootings over the years and that the cartoon was a direct response to her feeling helpless in the face of yet another mass gun tragedy.