A woman using the restroom at a Starbucks in Atlanta claims she found a hidden camera taped in the stall. The camera, which reportedly had dozens of videos on it, including some footage of people using the bathroom has since been confiscated, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Upon finding the camera taped under the baby changing station, the 25-year-old woman removed it and let the manager on-duty know.
This is one very good dog. Max, a 17-year-old Blue Heeler, may be deaf, partially blind, and getting on in his years, but that didn't stop him from playing the role of loving companion and hero to a lost three-year-old girl in Queensland, Australia. SEE ALSO: Very good dog keeps interrupting his human's shower for a very good reason According to ABC Brisbane, Aurora was first reported missing on Friday after apparently wandering away from her grandmother's house. Rescuers, including the local police and volunteers, searched the surrounding bushland throughout the night, but were unable to find her. Max the loyal old blue heeler stays with a three-year-old girl lost in rugged bush overnight and leads her grandma to find her https://t.co/7mi3D9LEWA pic.twitter.com/xD8KAMQEhk - ABC Brisbane (@abcbrisbane) April 21, 2018 On Saturday, however, they had better luck. Leisa Bennett, Aurora's grandmother, was with a group of searchers when they heard the girl's voice. "I shot up the mountain," Bennett told ABC Brisbane, "and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and led me straight to her." Max had apparently spent the rainy night with Aurora on top of a mountain. "The area around the house is quite mountainous and is very inhospitable terrain to go walking in," Bennett's partner Kelly Benston told the news channel, "so she'd travelled quite a distance with her dog that was quite loyal to her." Thankfully, other than a few scrapes and bruises, Aurora is in good health. And Max? Well, he's now an honorary police dog. Good boy, Max. Good boy. WATCH: These service dogs in training spent a day at Disneyland and it's the most wholesome thing ever
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A Broward County circuit judge delivered a blistering, arm-waving, face-palming, tongue-lashing to a frail, out-of-breath woman - pushed into court in a wheelchair - who was facing misdemeanor charges following a family feud. Three days later, the defendant died. Judge Merrillee Ehrlich has resigned, although it is unclear when that resignation was provided and when it becomes effective. News of the death of Sandra Faye Twiggs, 59, surfaced Friday. The courtroom rant last Sunday was so over the top that Broward's elected public defender, Howard Finkelstein, demanded that Judge Merrilee Ehrlich be banned from the criminal courthouse. "It is not appropriate for anyone to endure that kind of treatment,"
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Kellyanne Conway interview goes off the rails after CNN host asks about her husband's tweets criticizing Trump
Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway's appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" turned tense Sunday while addressing the president's tweets and possible legal peril - and her husband's tweets, too. The former Trump campaign manager dodged host Dana Bash's questions on Trump's tweets about potential legal implications stemming from an FBI raid on the president's personal lawyer Michael Cohen's office and hotel room. "Can you assure the American people that the reason the president isn't tweeting concern about Michael Cohen flipping because he is in potential legal jeopardy given whatever he knows that Michael Cohen has that the feds now have from that search?" Bash asked. Conway responded
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After a heckling fan caught the attention of Astros pitcher Justin Verlander, his response to her taunting was quite epic.
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Sad New Details About A Utah Man Who Shot His Wife And Children In A Murder-Suicide - And How His Wife Was Involved In His Plan
Jessica Griffith, 43, and Timothy Griffith, 45, along with their two children, Samantha Badel, 16, and Alexandre Griffith, 5, and pet German shepherd were found dead in their Mapleton home just months after moving to Utah from Switzerland. Timothy was found in an upstairs bedroom "with a shotgun between his legs.” Jessica and the couple’s biological son were hidden under a blanket on the bed with their heads covered by pillows. "I have found multiple text messages from Jessica to Timothy about not feeling well and having headaches.