A Memphis woman says she is devastated after a megachurch pastor who molested her as a teen was applauded by his congregation for apologizing for the “incident.” Earlier this month, Jules Woodson said pastor Andy Savage sexually assaulted her while driving her home from their Houston church in 1998. Woodson, who was 17 years old at the time, claimed Savage pulled her aside and began molesting her, then begged her not to tell anyone. But this November, after Matt Lauer
Remember how bad you felt for comedian Kathy Griffin when CNN dropped her from its New Year’s Eve show … just because she had done a photo shoot in which she posed, ISIS-style, with President Trump’s bloody, severed head? Well, get ready to feel bad all over again, because Griffin’s still not done talking about it. “ absolutely used me as a tool to distract from his bad news of the day."https://t.co/AMXtKkxTUZ — IJR (@TheIJR) December 27, 2017 Politico
Fox News knew it wouldn’t be New Year’s Eve without Kathy Griffin … Fox News Brought a Fake Kathy Griffin on Their NYE Special https://t.co/7UAGakkozv — Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) January 1, 2018 If only the REAL Kathy was as funny as Kennedy’s impression of her:
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Norwegians have a surprising message for he would rather receive immigrants “from places like Norway” instead of, what he called, “shithole countries” in South America and Africa. reportedWashington Post“Why do we want these people from all these sh*thole countries here?” he then allegedly said of African countries. “We should have more people from places like Norway.” As citizens of the richest Scandinavian country, named the happiest and most prosperous country to live in, Norwegians enjoy free healthcare and college tuition.
Amazon.com Inc.’s shake-up of the retail landscape may not be over, according to one well-known technology analyst.The internet giant will acquire discounter Target Corp., Loup Venture co-founder Gene Munster wrote in a report highlighting eight predictions for the technology industry in 2018. Amazon made waves in retailing last year with its $13.7 billion purchase of upscale grocer Whole Foods Market Inc.“Target is the ideal offline partner for Amazon for two reasons, shared demographic and manageable but comprehensive store count,”
Matt McMullen, CEO of Realbotix, says he's getting ready to launch AI-enhanced male sex robots. This follows the release of Harmony, the world's first interacting female sex robot, last year. The male version, currently unnamed, will have all the software specifications of Harmony, as well as a bionic penis because what would be the point otherwise? “We’re working on a male version of the robot AI," McMullen told the Daily Star Online. “We’ll eventually have a male and a female platform available."
A trip to the movies is never really complete without making a stop at the snack bar. One of the perks of opting for a movie night out instead of a Netflix night in is loading up on movie theater popcorn and artificial butter, right? Well, now you can up your movie theater treats with this new twist on an old classic when you catch a flick at one of these movie theaters that sell Cheetos Popcorn. According to
As of Jan. 1, the legislation said that any company or government agency with 25 or more staff members will “have to obtain government certification of their equal-pay policies,” according to Al Jazeera. Companies failing to comply with this law will face fines. “The legislation is basically a mechanism that companies and organizations ... evaluate every job that’s being done, and then they get a certification after they confirm the process if they are paying men and women equally,”
Washington (CNN)An emergency alert notification sent out on Saturday claiming a "ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii" was a false alarm, according to state leaders and emergency officials, who blamed it on an employee who "pushed the wrong button.""It was a mistake made during a standard procedure at the change over of a shift, and an employee pushed the wrong button," he said. The warning went out to television and radio as well as cell phones, Ige added.Ige also
ShareTweet From ‘butt chugging’ and ‘eyeballing’ to the Blue Whale suicide challenge, there seems to be no end to the level of ignorance teens are willing to stoop to for a few clicks and laughs, at the expense of their lives. A government watchdog has now issued a warning about a dangerous new trend that is sweeping the Internet: “The Tide Pod Challenge.” The social media fad is encouraging teens to record themselves popping the poisonous detergent packs in their mouths.
Over the summer, President Donald Trump invited House Republicans to the White House Rose Garden to tout the passage of an Obamacare repeal bill through their chamber. It was a premature celebration, one that looked particularly silly when the Senate failed repeatedly to follow suit months later. On Wednesday afternoon, the president brought GOP lawmakers over to the White House againthis time to celebrate the real thing. For roughly half an hour, the president and Republican allies from Capitol
California Governor Jerry Brown said legal rulings may clear the way for making cuts to public pension benefits, which would go against long-standing assumptions and potentially provide financial relief to the state and its local governments.Brown said he has a "hunch" the courts would "modify" the so-called California rule, which holds that benefits promised to public employees can’t be rolled back. The state’s Supreme Court is set to hear a case in which lower courts ruled that reductions to
Asked if he would comply if special counsel Robert Mueller requested to speak with him as part of the investigation into whether Russia interfered with the 2016 election, Trump repeated his assertion that “there’s been no collusion” and said that “there’s been no crime.” Trump touched on a wide range of topics as he took questions at Camp David. Catch the highlights below. Trump said a New York Times report detailing his attempts to exert influence over the early stages of the
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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGuests were given goodie bags filled with essentials It's no ordinary commuter Monday at Euston Station in London. The last train left at 23:00 on Sunday and the passengers are home - but the concourse is busy with people sitting down to a Christmas Day feast.An arrivals board reads: "Special notice: Network Rail invites you to Euston Station. Merry Christmas!" For the first time, the transport hub has become a homeless