After being referred to by a Spanish radio host as, “El hombre del peluquín,” translated, “the man with the toupee,” Donald Trump, speaking at today’s campaign stop at the TD Convention Center in Greenville Upstate, invited a random woman on stage to inspect the hair and finally put those hair-raising rumors to rest.
Trump, who has adamantly denied wearing any hair support, (with the exception of hair spray,) bowed to the woman for a quick look-see. (See video below.)
“You have to do an inspection because this is getting crazy,” Trump said. Continue reading →
Esteemed Salt Lake City lawyer, David Finlayson, who has represented everyone from Elizabeth Smart, to our very own Count ofthecount.com, was badly injured while hiking with his young son deep in the Idaho wilderness last week.
Avid explorer and decorated boy scout, Charlie Finlayson, 13, literally helped save his dad’s life after a refrigerator-sized boulder became dislodged and struck the 52-year-old, causing him to tumble 20 to 30 feet down a steep ravine. David and his son were scouting a climbing route while camped at Ship Island Lake when the accident occurred.
David suffered a broken back, left arm and left heel. He also received numerous contusions, including a foot-long laceration on his shin that was to the bone. Continue reading →
USA Network has announced their plan to postpone tonight’s season finale of “Mr. Robot” for at least a week over similarities to the real-life murders that occurred on live TV this morning in Virginia.
Alison Parker, and cameraman, Adam Ward, for WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, Va., were shot and killed by, disgruntled former newsroom employee, Bryce Williams while they delivered a live report.
“Out of respect to the victims, their families and colleagues, and our viewers, we are postponing tonight’s episode. Continue reading →
Rosie O’Donnell‘s daughter Chelsea, who was recently in the news after going missing and returning a week later, has now made the choice to leave O’Donnell and move in with her birth mother, Deanna, who gave up her up for adoption back in 1997.
O’Donnell was so angry over the young girl’s decision to vacate her residence, that she has reportedly “cut her off financially” and has refused to turn over her birth certificate and social security card.
According to sources, Deanna drove down from Wisconsin to pick Chelsea up on Monday afternoon Continue reading →
If you purchased one of the following kinds of 5 ounce StarKist tuna between Feb. 19, 2009 and Oct. 31, 2014: Chunk Light Tuna in Water, Chunk Light Tuna in Oil, Solid White Tuna in Water, or Solid White Tuna in Oil, you are due $25 – $50 in cash or tuna, according to a new settlement.
A class action lawsuit that alleged StarKist under-filled some of its 5-ounce canned tuna products by several tenths of an ounce has been settled.
By federal law, 5-ounce cans of tuna must contain an average 2.84 to 3.23 ounce of tuna, depending on variety. Continue reading →
The murders of news employees, WDBJ’s Alison Parker and Adam Ward while they were broadcasting on live television, were perpetrated by a man who said in his manifesto that he was angry over being bullied for being black and gay.
Vester Flanagan, aka, Bryce Williams, who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, worked as a reporter at the same station. He faxed a 23-page manifesto to ABC detailing his rage.
In his manifesto to ABC, he cites the recent church shooting in Charleston as one source of his rage Continue reading →