• Wendy's employee fired after taking a bubble bath in restaurant sink: 'It is obviously totally unacceptable'

    A Wendy's employee took a bath in the restaurant's kitchen sink, per a Snapchat video. A Wendy's employee was captured on video taking a bubble bath in the kitchen restaurant, a gag that got him fired. Posted on Snapchat and shared Tuesday on Facebook, a Wendy's worker in Milton, Florida, wearing only a pair of shorts, lowered himself into an industrial sink, filled with soap.

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  • Three die on Mount Everest as photo shows long queue of climbers trying to reach summit

    Three people have died on Mount Everest amid scenes of overcrowding at the summit of the world's highest mountain. In the last few days, a 65-year-old Austrian climber, an Irish professor and an Indian mountaineer have also lost their lives on Mount Everest. The deaths come amid traffic jams near the summit as record numbers make the ascent, despite calls to limit the number of climbing permits.

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  • Kim Kardashian Is 'Aware' of Controversy Over Psalm's First Photo: 'It Was Staged,' Says Source

    Kim Kardashian West shared the first photo of son Psalm one week ago, and while many fans were taken with how cute the star's newborn is, others grew concerned over what was in the crib with him. In the image, Kardashian West's fourth child with husband Kanye West could be seen swaddled in blankets and resting in a crib that was filled with other soft objects, including crib bumpers, which prompted numerous social-media users to share their concern over the baby's welfare. As an expert pointed out to Today, “parents need to avoid using any soft objects in the bed, and this includes crib bumpers, blankets, pillows” and “soft toys,” as those items could make it more difficult for young children to breathe, which could possibly result in death.

  • Man says someone broke into his home, cleaned his bathrooms and bedrooms

    "It's possible that I forgot to lock the back door, they didn't break anything while entering," Roman explained on a Facebook post . Not only did they not take anything (that I can find), but the purpose of the visit was to clean my bathrooms and bedrooms. The pièce de résistance, however, was the carefully folded toilet paper in the shape of a rose.

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  • After Breaking Up with Her Cheating Boyfriend, This Woman Lost Almost Half Her Size

    It was easier to say, 'I'll feel better for 15 minutes while I'm eating a cheeseburger' and not think about how bad I would feel afterwards. McLaughlin would typically skip breakfast or get a chocolate croissant, and then “treat” herself with a big taco bowl for lunch to make up for the missed meal. For dinner with her boyfriend, “we would order giant pizzas or cheeseburgers and French fries,” and if they went out for drinks, “you deserve to have something when you come back home” to soak up the alcohol.

  • GOP Ex-Lawmaker Demands Impeachment Of Trump, Resignation Of Pence

    Former Rep. Tom Coleman (R-Mo.) has penned a blistering op-ed calling for the impeachment of “illegitimate” President Donald Trump. Coleman, in his piece for The Kansas City Star published Thursday titled “Trump, Pence are illegitimate. Impeach them,” argued that if Trump was impeached, then Vice President Mike Pence should resign as otherwise “the lingering stench of corruption” would trail his administration.

  • Howard Stern Wishes He Could Apologize to Robin Williams for '90s Interview: 'It Brings Me to Tears'

    The radio personality is opening up about how much he regrets the way he treated the late comedian.

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  • High School Spends $53,000 To Reprint Yearbooks After Students Flash Racist Sign

    A high school in a Chicago suburb is spending more than $53,000 to reprint its 2018-2019 yearbook after staff discovered photos inside in which students were flashing the white supremacist “OK” hand sign. Administrators at Oak Park and River Forest High School released a statement last week notifying parents that they were withholding the yearbooks from distribution after they discovered the photos, according to CBS Chicago. This week, the Chicago Tribune reported that the high school will pay Jostens $53,794 to reprint the books and that the new versions are expected to be delivered to students by mid-June.

  • Man seen knocking down 88-year-old woman outside of Texas grocery store

    Surveillance video shows a man near a flower cart punching the 88-year-old woman, knocking her to the ground outside the store.

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  • Police stop post-prom party stocked with booze, marijuana and stripper poles

    A police officer reportedly said the bash would have "rivaled any bar" in the county.

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  • Draymond Green, Charles Barkley weigh in on Drake's sideline antics: He can't shoot, nor can he pass

    Drake has been front and center for the Toronto Raptors' playoff run this postseason, even drawing criticism for getting too close to the action during their Game 4 win against the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference finals on Tuesday. Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors — who already swept the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals — however, don't seem to care about the Toronto-based rapper's sideline antics. “Drake can't shoot,” Green said Thursday, via ESPN's Nick Friedell. “Nor can he pass.

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  • 58 Healthy Grilling Recipes to Make This Summer (25 photos)

    For when you and hot dogs are on a break. You didn't break up, you're just seeing other people. Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit

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  • Kensington Palace Confirms That Princess Charlotte Will Attend Prince George's School This Fall

    Come fall, Princess Charlotte will join Prince George at Thomas's Battersea, a tony elementary school in London. While it's been something of an open secret that little Charlotte would be following in her older brother's footsteps, Kensington Palace officially confirmed the news today announcing that the 4-year-old royal will be enrolled in the school's "reception year" in September. "We are delighted that the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her elder brother Prince George at Thomas's Battersea," reads a statement by the school's headmaster, Simon O'Malley.

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  • Bride Contacts Guests Hours After Wedding Asking for More Money as Gifts

    Weddings don't exactly come cheap these days: The average cost for a ceremony in 2018 was upwards of $44,000, according to the Brides 2018 American Wedding Study, with more parents than ever shelling out to help their kids get hitched. One bride had other plans for recouping her funds, however: Bill the guests for “insufficient” wedding gifts! According to Seyi Akiwowo, who shared her story on Twitter earlier this week, her coworker—a.k.a.

  • Rape and incest account for hardly any abortions. So why are they now a focus?

    This month Alabama passed a law banning abortions at any time period with no exceptions for rape or incest, only when the mother's health is at risk.  Two other states – Ohio and Mississippi – have passed similar legislation, which also do not include exceptions for rape or incest. Georgia passed a bill banning abortions after six weeks and includes the exceptions, but requires an official police report alleging the crimes (research shows 3 out of every 4 sexual assaults are not reported, and out of every 1,000 rapes only five perpetrators are convicted). INTERACTIVE MAP: Where is abortion legal? Debate over the exceptions has dominated headlines and ignited Twitter wars.

  • Wendy Williams Steps Out With Son Kevin Hunter Jr. After His Arrest

    Wendy Williams is spending some quality time with her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., after a tumultuous family week. The 54-year-old TV host was photographed heading to a gala event with her 19-year-old son in Washington D.C. on Thursday, just days after Kevin Jr. was arrested. Wendy was seen wearing a black maxi dress and coat, with beige slippers, and holding hands with her son, who wore a black suit, white shirt and camo-print sneakers.

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  • Everything We Know About Amanda Eller, The Yoga Teacher Who Went Missing While Hiking In Hawaii

    Amanda Eller, a 35-year-old yoga instructor and physical therapist from Hawaii, went missing during a hike in Maui on Wednesday, May 8. Eller, who is an avid runner and hiker, was last seen by her boyfriend that morning around 7:30 a.m. at her home in Haiku, HI, before she left for Makawao Forest Reserve, a place she often visited. Eller's Toyota RAV4 was found by police in the Makawao Forest Reserve's parking lot that morning at around 9:50 a.m. Eller's wallet, cell phone, and car key were found in her car, and it was stated that it was normal that she would leave her cell behind.

  • The Latest: Coats says spy agencies to cooperate with Barr

    Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats says the nation's spy agencies will provide the Justice Department all appropriate information for its review of intelligence activities related to Russian interference in the 2016 election. President Donald Trump claims his campaign was the victim of "spying" and has given Attorney General William Barr full authority to publicly disclose still-secret information collected during the investigation. Some former intelligence officials and Democrats worry that Barr will cherry-pick intelligence to paint a misleading picture about the roots of the probe.

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  • Sophie Turner's Biggest 'Game Of Thrones' Regret: Not Being Able To Get Drunk In College

    Game of Thrones goddess and Instagram sass queen Sophie Turner made an appearance on a not-yet-aired episode of the U.K.'s Graham Norton Show to discuss anything and everything. But because this is a food site, we're going to zero in on the one food-related topic discussed: drinking! Sophie talked about drinking!

  • Kawhi Leonard provides unintentionally hilarious interview after Game 5 victory

    Kawhi Leonard's hyper-focused demeanor allows him to be arguably the NBA's pre-eminent two-way threat. Following a 105-99 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, which placed the Toronto Raptors one game away from their first NBA Finals appearance in franchise history, Leonard unintentionally dropped another gem. Kristen Ledlow: If a series doesn't start until somebody wins on the road, it started tonight, but how do you beat the Bucks four times in a row?

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