President Donald Trump has long used Twitter to define — and defame — his political opponents, but about 18 months into his presidency it’s become blindingly clear that his use of social media to target critics, disloyal former lieutenants and the media tells us more about him than anyone else.
CNN uncovered several cases of women claiming they were sexually harassed or assaulted on airplanes and the airlines did little to deal with it.
The number of sexual assaults reported during commercial airline flights is increasing “at an alarming rate,” the FBI said Wednesday, and the number of actual cases could be much higher.
Katie Campos settled into her seat for a short flight from Newark to Buffalo last week. Within minutes, she said, an intoxicated male passenger sitting next to her began groping and harassing both Campos and a second female passenger seated in the same row, grabbing Campos repeatedly despite her demands for him to stop it.
A man accused of undressing and fondling a Spirit Airlines passenger while she was asleep could spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Former CIA Director John Brennan criticized President Donald Trump on Friday for revoking his security clearance and said the President is “drunk on power.”
Chris and Shanann Watts detailed their life on social media. Thy shared photos of beach vacations to San Diego and screengrabs of lovey-dovey text messages. They gushed about their daughters, Bella and Celeste, and posted photos of the little girls’ gap-toothed grins and funny dances.
“The Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin met with many U.S. Presidents throughout her career. The legendary singer passed away on Thursday, August 16, at age 76.
On Thursday afternoon, with the furor over Omarosa Manigault Newman’s tell-all memoir of her year in the White House slightly fading, reality TV’s favorite villain struck again.