One person took to Twitter to tell Simone Biles, "Baby ... Your hair... You need some black friends," and since posting, the tweet has gone viral.
President Donald Trump posted a highly suggestive tweet Tuesday morning aimed at New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand that many say amounts to sexual harassment.
"There were certainly pretty girls. They were young. Some were probably very young." Roy Moore, the Republican Party's Senate nominee whose candidacy combines good old-fashioned bigotry with a bevy of sexual abuse allegations, held a final campaign rally in Midland City last night. Steve Bannon was there, exhorting attendees that there is a "special place in hell" for Republicans who don't vote for Moore, as was novelty cowboy hat enthusiast David A. "Sheriff" Clarke, for some reason. Moore's beaming wife, Kayla, defended her husband against accusations of anti-Semitism by proudly noting that "one of our attorneys is a Jew," a statement that both drew raucous applause from the assembled crowd
Dorothy Griffin began collecting her Social Security benefits in 1986. By April 1991, her daughter, Emma Carter-Alexander, began to care for her and was approved by the government to receive her checks. That arrangement continued until February 2017, with $298,168.20 paid out over the years to Carter-Alexander to take care of her mother’s expenses. Unfortunately, Griffin died in 1993, and Carter-Alexander never told the government, according to documents filed in federal court in Sacramento. Instead, the 66-year-old Vallejo woman continued cashing the checks for the next 24 years and dutifully sent the Social Security Administration annual reports “documenting how the money paid for these benefits
While traveling in Tennessee with her husband a few years back, Megan Orr Burnside saw a scene at a gas station that made her uneasy, to say the least: a mother violently struggling to get her son, who appeared to be about 10, into the car. Not liking the looks of the situation, Megan reported the incident to the police. In a post to Facebook, Megan admitted to completely blaming the mom at first for whatever was going on and detailed just how much she regrets making that call now that a few years have gone by: He was screaming and she was so angry and frustrated. We watched her get him in the car and there was a lot of physical fighting in the car. It looked like she was hitting him as well,
Utah athletic director Chris Hill opened his front door and was greeted by his wife, Kathy, bubbling over with excitement. “Red alert,” she screamed. “Urban’s coming! Urban’s coming!” Hill was only mildly surprised by the news, having interview Urban Meyer for the Utes’ coaching vacancy earlier in the day at the Denver Airport. The meeting went well, so well that Hill hoped Meyer would fly to Salt Lake City to meet the board of trustees and finalize the deal. Meyer pushed back. He wanted to attend an event in New York City, delaying his campus visit by several days and lending uncertainty to the process. Hill flew home and was mulling options for Saturday night with his family when he opened