‘Flip or Flop’ star facing backlash after ‘inappropriate’ bikini picture
DURHAM COUNTY, N.C. -- "Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa is facing backlash for a photo she posted on Instagram Thursday afternoon. El Moussa made headlines last year when she and her husband and co-star Tarek El Moussa decided to split. The photo shows El Moussa and her daughter wearing bathing suits for LSpace by Monica Wise, a swimwear line. She's also holding a French Bulldog.
Fired employee fires back with video of cockroaches inside popular downtown Portillo’s
CHICAGO -- A recently fired Portillo’s employee isn’t leaving the fast food franchise quietly. Antwoine Johnson shared video with WGN Investigates that he said he and other employees recorded inside Portillo’s River North location at 100 W. Ontario in downtown Chicago. The video shows cockroaches inside the restaurant.
Mom accused of pouring water on sleeping baby’s face as ‘payback’ and posting it on Facebook
SUMTER COUNTY, S.C. — A South Carolina mother has been charged over a video that shows her pouring water on the face of a sleeping baby, according to the Sumter County Sheriff's Office. Caitlyn Alyse Hardy, 33, faces a charge of cruelty to children after authorities said she doused the 9-month-old girl with a bottle of water twice, causing the infant to wake up coughing.
AeroMexico will give you a discounted flight if you take a test and prove you have Mexican DNA
In 2017, about 35 million American citizens traveled to Mexico, visiting beachy spots such as Puerto Vallarta to historic sites such as Chichen Itza. But as political tensions flare between Mexico and its northern neighbor the United States, one airline decided to be proactive. AeroMexico, the country's national carrier, unveiled a program called "DNA Discounts," which offers discounts on flights to Americans who can show by taking a test that they have Mexican DNA.
The Deadly Mistake You Could Be Making With Your Propane Grill This Summer
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Oklahoma 17-year-old hopes to be adopted before time runs out
OKLAHOMA CITY — Walking through the halls of the Army National Guard was a dream come true for 17-year-old Haven. "I'm involved with Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, AKA JROTC," he told a reporter with local news station KFOR. The teen said he dreams of joining the military some day because he wants to be "a part of something bigger than myself and to serve my country."
UTEP's New President Has A Terrible Record On Gay Rights
The Board of Regents and UTEP officials might want to do a little more digging on Dr. Wilson before she is given Dr. Natalicio's key to UTEP.