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  • Texas Kindergarten Teacher Allegedly Had Sex with 4 High School Boys, Including 2 at Once

    Teacher Allegedly Admits to Sex with 4 High School Boys

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  • Charles Barkley, Scott Van Pelt lament ESPN’s mass firings

    The world of sports journalism was shaken Wednesday, as ESPN fired around 100 employees, including several dozen reporters and on-air personalities. The seemingly endless roll call of those laid off by the network produced laments about the situation from the likes of Charles Barkley, speaking on TNT, and “SportsCenter” anchor Scott Van Pelt, who survived the purge. During TNT’s coverage of the NBA playoffs, Barkley took a moment to address the turmoil at a rival sports network and express a message of solidarity. “ESPN is not our competition,” he said. “We’re in this thing together.” “I’ve been in the business a long time, we know all the people in the sports business,” Barkley said, while sitting

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  • United Airlines offers $10,000 for passengers to give up seats on overbooked flights

    United Airlines has announced sweeping changes on how it "respects its customers" following the infamous moment when a passenger was forcibly dragged off an overbooked flight. The company made a total of 10 "substantial" changes to how they will manage customer experience after a video seen across the world showed David Dao being forcibly dragged screaming from an overbooked flight in Chicago in what resulted in a PR disaster for the airline. The changes include limiting the use of law enforcement officials on board flights to safety and security issues only, as well as increasing the compensation incentive for passengers to voluntarily give up their seats on overbooked flights to $10,000 (£7,700).

    International Business Times
  • Fox News' Jesse Watters takes abrupt vacation after controversial remarks about Ivanka Trump

    Fox News' Jesse Watters reportedly is taking a vacation, one day after making what some saw as...

    Business Insider
  • Donald Trump says he is 'absolutely' considering breaking up 9th Circuit court after blocked executive orders

    Donald Trump is reportedly considering disbanding the US ninth circuit of appeals after court judges blocked two of his executive orders. Mr Trump said he was "absolutely" considering proposals to breakup the "outrageous" court. "Absolutely, I have," Mr Trump told the Washington Examiner of considering breakup proposals.

    The Independent
  • Dude teases a lion and gets a healthy dose of instant karma

    It's probably not a good idea to tease things that are perfectly capable of eating you. A man spotted an Asiatic lion in the Gir Forest National Park in India and got a little too wrapped up in watching the king of the jungle. In the clip, released in September of 2016, the man drives just a few feet away from a lion walking alongside the road. He's filming the whole thing, with his window down, no less.  After teasing the lion with his car for a bit, the lion stops, stares at the man and lets out the tiniest, yet powerful roar. While the lion's actions were small, it was enough to freak out the man. He quickly rolled up his window and let out a shriek that seems to say, "OMG I'm I almost just

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  • Kim Kardashian Speaks Out About Caitlyn Jenner’s ‘Hurtful’ Book: ‘My Heart Breaks for My Mom’

    Kim opened up about Caitlyn’s book in a tell-all interview on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Mom Tells Teachers Her Daughter Is "Done" With Homework in Bold Email

    If you ever worried about why your child was coming home with hours upon hours of homework each night, Bunmi Laditan — the mom behind The Honest Toddler blog — can not only relate, but she can also serve as a reminder that you have the power to put a stop to it. "My kid is done with homework," she wrote in a heated Facebook post. "I just sent an email to her school letting her know she's all done. I said 'drastically reduce' but I was trying to be polite because she's finished." She noted how her 10-year-old daughter, Maya — who is in school from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. and still has two to three hours of homework each evening — "loves learning" but has become more and more stressed by school. She's

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