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  • Sean Hannity Facing Sexual Harassment Allegations

    Former Fox News guest Debbie Schlussel said she was never invited back to Fox News after she turned down Hannity’s advances.

    International Business Times
  • Witness describes tense incident involving flight attendant and woman with stroller

    NEW YORK -- A witness says she saw what led up to tense moments that were captured on video Friday aboard an American Airlines flight.   Passengers say an American Airlines flight attendant hit a mother of twins with a stroller during boarding of the aircraft, which was preparing to leave for Dallas from San Francisco. Passenger Olivia Morgan said she saw the male flight attendant wrestling the stroller away from the woman, CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports. “He rips it away from her, and it almost hits her little baby’s head,” Morgan said. “I said to him something like, ‘What are you doing? You almost hit that baby in the head!’” Morgan said. “And then he was just

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  • The Tragic Fall From Grace in Erin Moran's Final Years

    Moran, 56, was found dead Saturday.

    Inside Edition
  • Did Donald Trump just give his most unintelligible interview yet?

    His critics have accused him of being the most inarticulate commander-in-chief in recent history.

    Yahoo News UK
  • Woman Shares Honest Photos of 180-Pound Weight Loss

    For some people on a weight-loss journey, the struggle doesn’t end with just shedding pounds. Jessica Weber is well aware of that after losing 180 pounds.

    Yahoo Beauty
  • Texas police capture rattlesnake stared down by 'fearless cat'

    April 24 (UPI) -- A Texas police department shared photos from the capture of a massive rattlesnake spotted by bird-watchers hanging out next to a "fearless cat." The Laguna Vista Police Department said the Bay Area Birders of LV reported they were on a walking trail Thursday when they spotted the snake. The department shared several photos from the capture, including one of the snake appearing to be in the strike position while a "fearless cat" watches it from mere feet away. "We ask that you all use caution and are aware of your surroundings when walking on the walking trail or any other locations. Generally, rattlesnakes emerge from hibernation in March or April, or when the average daytime

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  • Mel B Admits to Three-Way Sex But Says Stephen Belafonte Cheated Alone with Nanny

    Mel B is not disputing what her former nanny claimed in her defamation lawsuit against the singer -- that Mel B, husband Stephen Belafonte and the then-nanny had 3-ways for 7 years ... but Mel B says the 2 of them crossed the line. Sources connected with the singer tell TMZ ... Belafonte hired Lorraine Gilles and then convinced both her and Mel B to have 3-ways, which they did over a period of 7 years. Mel B claims the deal was broken several years ago when Belafonte and Gilles had sex without her. According to Mel B sources, she claims sometimes they would have 3-ways, but other times Belafonte and Gilles would do it together without her knowledge. Our Mel B sources claim Belafonte convinced

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  • Serena Williams Hits the Beach Following Pregnancy Announcement -- See the Pic!

    The tennis pro and mom-to-be took to Instagram to share some photos from her idyllic trip.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Which celebrities ran the 2017 London Marathon? (15 photos)

    With actual royalty cheering them on as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry launched the Marathon today, thousands of people completed the 26.2-mile stretch around London – crossing the finishing line alone is enough to warrant all the congratulations we can give. And among those people were a few celebrities taking on the gruelling event for themselves, so here's your chance to see who took on the challenge – and who completed it the quickest. From Digital Spy

    Digital Spy
  • Sean Hannity Accuser Walks Back 'Sexual Harassment' Claim

    Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News star to be accused of sexual harassment.

    The Huffington Post
  • Lawyer representing United passenger takes on American Airlines

    The lawyer representing Dr. David Dao, who was dragged from a United Airlines plane, said he will also represent a woman whose clash with an American Airlines flight attendant went viral over the weekend. Thomas Demetrio told CNBC on Monday that he will represent both passengers whose recent confrontations with airline and airport employees sparked global outrage and prompted a nationwide conversation over U.S. carriers' treatment of passengers. The video is a microcosm of what's wrong with the airline industry today," Demetrio said in an interview with CNBC.

  • Why Aircraft Carriers Are Hard to Sink

    North Korea has threatened to sink the USS Vinson, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier. Information about these modern carriers shows that are immensely difficult to attack successfully. The Vinson was launched in 1980 and has been upgraded several times since then. The United States has 10 Nimitz-class carriers. Each is 1,092 feet long and displaces over 100,000 tons of water. The carriers are fast, and can reach a top speed of 30 knots. They have crews of over 5,000 and can hold 90 planes. According to The National Interest, there are several reasons carriers are very hard to attack, and harder to sink. First, their speed allows them to outrun many other ships, particularly submarines. They have q
  • Donald Trump refuses to sack press secretary Sean Spicer ‘because he gets good ratings’

    Donald Trump has reportedly refused to fire his gaffe-prone press secretary as he believes he is good for television ratings. Despite a series of very public errors, the President told attendees at a working lunch last month that Sean Spicer is not going anywhere. The Washington Post reported Trump as stating: “I’m not firing Sean Spicer.

    Yahoo News UK
  • Aaron Hernandez Left Multiple Suicide Notes: Report

    The notes were written to his fiancée, his daughter and a close prison friend.

    International Business Times
  • Entertainment Tonight
  • This is the first footage of Larry Page’s ‘flying car’

    Kitty Hawk is the “flying car” company that’s financially backed by Google founder Larry Page, and today it has published the first video of its prototype aircraft. The company describes the Kitty Hawk Flyer as an “all-electric aircraft” that is designed to operate over water and doesn’t require a pilot’s license to fly. Kitty Hawk promises people will be able to learn to fly the Flyer “in minutes.” A consumer version will be available by the end of this year, the company says.

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  • Wheaton College mourns freshman killed during track event

    Wheaton College is in mourning after a 19-year-old student was killed in a bizarre accident at a track meet.

    WLS – Chicago
  • Amanda Bynes has returned to Twitter with a spring-tastic new post

    Does she have a secret account? Who knows. But what we do know is that Amanda Bynes returned to Twitter yesterday on…

    Hello Giggles
  • Flight Attendant Gets Real About the Rash of Passenger Protests Against Airlines

    With so much turmoil being documented lately between flight crews and passengers, one flight attendant is standing up for his profession.

    Yahoo Beauty