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  • Game of Thrones’ Hodor is Speculated to Return in Season 7

    While we are just two months away from the first episode of Game of Thrones Season 7, speculations are circulating that the gentle giant and simple-minded Hodor will come back from the dead and appear in the coming season. A teaser trailer of GoT’s Season 7 has been released in HBO and social media revealing

    EntertainmentLyn KellyApr 13, 2017
  • Couple Accused of Murdering Son With Special Needs and Burning Down Their House

    Ernest and Heather Franklin are accused of killing their adopted son, Jeffrey who had autism and was deaf. After murdering the mentally-disabled Jeffrey, the couples allegedly burned their trailer house to cover up the crime. According to a transcript received by WBNG, Jeffrey, 16, was already dead before the trailer was set on fire. His

    NewsLyn KellyApr 13, 2017
  • 8 Year Old Child Drives to McDonalds for a Cheeseburger

    An eight year old boy from Ohio really wanted a cheeseburger. He took his four year old sister and hopped in his dad’s van and drove to the nearby McDonald’s. He learned to drive the vehicle by looking at videos on YouTube. Police in East Palestine, Ohio started receiving phone calls from people reporting that

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 13, 2017
  • Burger King Efforts to Control Google Devices Backfire

    If you looked up the Wikipedia page for Burger King’s Whopper recently, you might have found some surprising ingredients. At one point, the ingredients were “a medium sized child topped with cyanide” and at another point, it was “100% juicy rat meat and toenail clippings.” Why were these put in the Wikipedia page? Because the

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 13, 2017
  • Bill O’Reilly Sexual Harassment Scandal Sends Host on Vacay

    This has not been a great month for FOX News host Bill O’Reilly. First, is was disclosed that the network had to pay out about $13 million to settle sexual harassment lawsuits against him and now it seems that advertisers are leaving his show like rats leaving a drowning ship. It has been reported that,

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 12, 2017
  • Taiwan Is First Asian Nation to Ban Cat and Dog Meat

    Dog meat is popular throughout Asia. While cat meat is not the same kind of delicacy, it is still consumed in most Asian nations. Vendors who continue to sell the meat will be subject to large fines. Repeated offenses involving the sale of cat and dog meat may even lead to prison time. This is

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 12, 2017
  • United Airlines CEO, Oscar Munoz, Promises Changes at the Airline

    Since 69 year old Dr. David Dao was dragged from a flight in Chicago, United Airlines has put out a number of statements. First, Oscar Munoz, its CEO, issued a statement of support for the United Airlines employees. Next, he shifted to promising an investigation into what happened. Now, the embattled CEO is promising that the

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 12, 2017
  • Caitlin Jenner Announces Gender Reassignment Surgery

    In a memoir written by Caitlin Jenner, she writes that she has gone through a gender reassignment procedure for a number of reasons. Early this year, Caitlin Jenner had gone under the knife to fulfill one of her “greatest dreams”, to live “authentically” as she puts it. Two years after Jenner came out of the

    EntertainmentLyn KellyApr 12, 2017
  • Emirates Trolls United Airlines CEO, Customers Cut Up Their Loyalty Card

    Emirates posted a video commercial on social media, making fun of United Airlines and its CEO Oscar Munoz, after a violent removal of a passenger from one of its Chicago-based airplanes on Sunday. In the commercial, Emirates used United’s slogan “Fly the friendly skies” and make it a version of their own. It also used

    EntertainmentLyn KellyApr 12, 2017
  • United Airlines Loses $1 Billion a Day After a Doctor Was Dragged Off the Plane

    More than a backlash from social media users, United Airlines has suffered tremendous losses both in stocks and in daily flights. In a video that was posted in Facebook by a user named Aura D. Bridges, a man of Asian descent was forcefully dragged from his seat so that a company staff could seat in

    NewsLyn KellyApr 12, 2017
  • Doctor Pulled from United Flight Sparks Debate Over Past Conviction

    The doctor who was pulled off from a United flight has a troubling past. He was a felon for trading narcotics in return for gay sex with his own patient. Furthermore, he also had anger management, control issues, disruptive behavior, and a poking habit. Doctor David Dao who specializes in pulmonary disease has been convicted

    NewsLyn KellyApr 12, 2017
  • Spicer’s Hitler Comparison Gets a Lot of Push Back

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer may have crossed a line today when he tried to compare the actions taken this week by Bashar al Assad to the actions Adolf Hitler took during World War II. During today’s press briefing, Spicer said this:  I think a couple things.  You look — we didn’t use chemical

    NewsAlyson ChadwickApr 12, 2017