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  • United Airlines stopped girls in yoga pants from boarding flight — even after promoting leggings as travel wear

    As boarding incident gains social-media traction, airline explains the passengers in question were flying on passes typically used by employees and their families.

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  • These teen girls were told to cover up on a United Airlines flight because they were wearing leggings

    Get ready to feel your blood boil, friends. Early Sunday morning, an anti-gun violence advocate named Shannon Watts began tweeting about a…

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  • Fox News host demands Paul Ryan resign hours after Trump promotes her show

    Donald Trump: Jeanine Pirro calls for Paul Ryan to resign

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  • The Most Powerful Heroines in Literature (Because #WomensHistoryMonth) (11 photos)

    The Most Powerful Heroines in Literature (Because #WomensHistoryMonth)

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  • Why Republicans dutifully defend Trump's most ridiculous lies

    In the past, presidents have told big lies mostly for one of two reasons. In the midst of scandal or failure, they told lies to protect themselves and deny that they had done wrong: I am not a crook, we did not trade arms for hostages, I did not have sexual relations with that woman. Or they lied to convince the public to go along with a policy initiative, whether a war or a tax cut or a new program, when the truth was insufficiently persuasive. Unlike his predecessors, President Trump lies for any reason at all. I imagine the sinking feeling his aides get when he blurts out another whopper. "Now I'm going to have to go out and defend this," they say with a sigh, then huddle together to arrive

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  • Amy Schumer shared a hilariously relatable moment about trying to get intimate with her bae

    Thanks to actress and comedian Amy Schumer’s story about giving her boyfriend a blow job, we now have the most hilarious and…

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  • 2 missing Fayetteville children found stabbed to death in Hoke County

    Fayetteville police said the children were at the center of a domestic-related incident between Tillman Freeman, 30, and his wife, and Freeman left with the children.

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  • Morning Jolt: Sears Has Finally Admitted That It's Dead

    This zombie retailer is on its deathbed.

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  • Berkeley killing renews debate over gender pronouns

    BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Pablo Gomez Jr. was a University of California, Berkeley, senior majoring in Latino studies and a prominent campus activist when authorities say he stabbed to death a popular elementary-school teacher.

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  • After United Airlines incident, women share stories of being shamed for their clothing

    In response to United Airline's legging-gate, women are speaking out.  Two young girls wearing leggings were banned from a flight on Sunday morning due to a violation of the airline's internal dress code. The situation, which was live-tweeted by activist Shannon Watts, sparked outrage from thousands on social media who called out the company for policing the girls' attire.   Author Dana Schwartz was one of those that spoke out against United Airlines, and asked women on Twitter to share their stories of feeling "embarrassed" or "sexualized" for the first time because of what they wore.  SEE ALSO: United Airlines bans 2 girls with leggings from flight because they weren't 'properly clothed' Ladies, when was the first time you were made to feel embarrassed and sexualized for what you wore? I was in 5th grade, shorts too short. — Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) March 26, 2017 "It was the 2nd to last day of school. HOT out. I was a beanpole, everything was short on me. They made me call my mom to bring pants," she recalled. "AND THEN when you DO grow up you reach the fun point when you're embarrassed to go out with your dad in public bc people think you're dating," Schwartz explained.  These tweets sparked countless stories from women sharing similar experiences.  @DanaSchwartzzz "We must! We must! We must increase our bust! The bigger the better, the tighter the sweater, the boys depend on us!" (2) — RealMarjo (@RealMarjo) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz early example, though not the first: when my male boss told me (14) that I'd be really hot when I was 16 — Rani Molla (@ranimolla) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz 4th or 5th grade. Gray leggings were inappropriate. Nothing else was clean, but I didn't tell them that — Erin El Issa (@Erin_El_Issa) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz 5th grade: dance pants were too tight for school. 8th grade: friend & I wore matching tube socks & skirts. Forced to change. — Jordon Cloud Rahmil (@jordoncloud) March 26, 2017 In my HS girls had to wear oversized t-shirts that said "I violated the dress code" if tank tops/leggings/etc. were deemed "inappropriate" https://t.co/DC7KB4pnQ4 — Laura Wagner (@Laura_M_Wagner) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz 3rd grade. My arms are really long, and the hem of my shorts wasn't far enough down. — dan stevens real fan (@whas2001) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz at 14, was told small town moms were gossiping about me because I showed 1" of my midriff. hadn't even kissed a boy ever. — Alyssa Galella (@woodlandalyssa) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz I almost didn't get to partipate in my 8th grade graduation because my dress had straps that showed 2 much shoulder. 1981. pic.twitter.com/QXHnPNRZcV — Cami MacNamara (@webcami) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz I once heard a church mom ask my little sisters if they were going to "dress modest this summer, or like your sister Emily" — Emily Joy (@emilyjoypoetry) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz Age 10, end-of-year dance recital, they measured us at the beginning of the year & refused to let us wear bras for dance — TofuForBrains (@TofuForBrains) March 26, 2017 @DanaSchwartzzz First day of high school sent home for wearing dress with thin straps that revealed I had no bra straps. Didn't need a bra! — MosaicMoods ☮️ (@DianaMaus) March 26, 2017 Carina MacKenzie summed up the majority of stories on the thread pretty succinctly:  @DanaSchwartzzz I honestly don't ever remember NOT feeling that way. — Carina MacKenzie (@cadlymack) March 26, 2017 WATCH: Airbus is redefining the future of flying.

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  • President Trump Tweets Plug for Fox News Host Hours Before She Calls for Paul Ryan’s Resignation

    President Donald Trump has spoken highly of Fox News before, even as he’s criticized other mainstream media outlets. His latest promotion for the network, however, is raising more eyebrows than usual. On Saturday, Trump tweeted to his 27 million followers a tune-in for Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show “Justice With Judge Jeanine,” writing, “Watch @JudgeJeanine... Read more »

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  • This customer-invented secret drink got so popular at Starbucks it’s now officially on the menu!

    Starbucks has always given us what we want. From our beloved pumpkin spice lattes in the fall to newly released breakfast items,…

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  • Shaffer: Trump Wiretapping Case Exponentially 'Worse Than Watergate'

    Former CIA officer Col. Tony Shaffer said the basics of President Trump's claim to have been "wiretapped" are likely true, and that the incident is "worse than Watergate." Noting it has been exactly two weeks since Trump tweeted that President Obama wiretapped his namesake tower, Shaffer said the "basic fundamental idea and claim is true." He said that Trump was not physically wiretapped, with a wire into his phone, and it may not have physically been Trump Tower, but his campaign apparatus instead. Shaffer said that due to the simplicity required to "mask" an American's name during an incidental wiretap, that the leak of Gen. Michael Flynn's name was "accidental on purpose." "Clearly they were

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  • Christina El Moussa faces fans fury for 'inappropriate' bikini photo with daughter: 'What mother does this?'

    Flip Or Flop co-host Christina El Moussa has landed in hot water over a recent Instagram picture. Fans of the reality TV star flipped after she shared a bikini-clad picture with her seven-year-old daughter Taylor, and took to the picture-sharing site to criticise her "sickening ways". "Welcome to the family!!" the El Moussa matriarch had captioned the adorable picture celebrating the arrival of the newest member of the family – a French bulldog named Cashie.

    International Business Times
  • Samira Wiley’s wife just said “I do” in an incredible jumpsuit–here’s how you can snag her look

    Celebrity weddings are usually one of the places where you get to see some seriously amazing bridal fashion. That was especially true…

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  • Steelers planning for life after Roethlisberger

    No one is taking seriously the retirement musings of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The team nevertheless realizes that he’s much closer to the end of his career than the beginning, and they’re beginning to plan accordingly. “I think we’ve been in that mindset for the last several years, that’s what this business tells us to…

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  • Under Armour Just Teased the Release of $300 Sneakers That May Be Its Coolest Looking Ones Ever

    Don't even try to knock this one from Under Armour, sneaker heads.

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  • NY officer's body camera reveals horrific murder-for-hire crime scene

    Kelley Clayton was found brutally murdered inside her Elmira, New York, home.

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  • United Airlines bars teenage girls in leggings from flight

    "The passengers this morning were United pass riders who were not in compliance with our dress code policy for company benefit travel," the airline said on Twitter as the incident Thanwent viral on social media. In another tweet made in response to a question from a social media user, the airline said: "Casual attire for ticketed passengers is fine. United pass travelers are company employees or family members of employees.

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