Tiffany Trump attended the White House turkey pardoning, but some are taking issue with the outfit she wore at the event.
A retired Alabama police officer said she and her colleagues were told decades ago to “make sure” Roy Moore “didn’t hang around” high school cheerleaders, and confirmed previous reports that the Republican Senate candidate was banned at the time from a local mall for predatory behavior toward teenage girls.
I've always been a sucker for a good challenge. Maybe it's because of the competitive streak in me, or perhaps it's due to my love for all things fitness, but whatever it is, I'm usually one of the first people to sign up for a workout challenge.
An employee at an Illinois CVS tricked a customer into handing over a winning $1 million scratch off lottery card, a new lawsuit charges. Carlos Figueroa sued last week to block the Illinois Lottery Board from awarding the winnings to CVS employee Russell Kelly before the full case is heard early next year. Figueroa maintains that on October 30, he bought a “Merry Millionaire” instant scratch off at a CVS in Waukegan, but the ticket was mangled due to a vending machine error, the Chicago Tribune reported.
White House senior counselor, Kellyanne Conway, lashed out at Fox and Friends hosts after they pressed her on Alabama GOP senate candidate Roy Moore’s scandal. WASHINGTON - The dispute over Roy Moore's Senate campaign has now led to a legal complaint against White House adviser Kellyanne Conway. Walter Shaub, a former government ethics official and frequent critic of President Trump, said Conway's comments about Moore's Democratic challenger Doug Jones may be a violation of the Hatch Act, which forbids federal employees from getting involved in elections. Shaub said he filed a complaint with the U.S. Office of Special Counsel. "She’s standing in front of the White House. It seems pretty clear
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is no stranger to controversial and jaw-dropping moments. But Monday's White House press briefing may have been her weirdest one yet, as she demanded that, in honor of Thanksgiving, reporters share what made them feel thankful before asking her any questions. Whether this was intended to be cute or a power play is up for debate. One journalist didn't seem too amused at all: CNN contributor and American Urban Radio Networks journalist April Ryan. "I'm thankful for life. I'm thankful for my children. I'm thankful for 20 years in this job," she started. Then it got ascerbic. "I'm thankful to be able to talk to you and question you every single day,"
A white university student accused of branding her roommate a “Jamaican Barbie” and smearing used tampons on her backpack is not racist, her lawyer has claimed. Brianna Brochu, a former student at the University of Hartford, Connecticut, is charged with criminal mischief and breach of the peace, but activists want the 18-year-old charged with a hate crime. Ms Brochu allegedly bragged online about her bullying, describing how she spat in Chennel Rowe’s coconut oil and put her toothbrush “where the sun doesn’t shine”, reports the Hartford Courant.