Lindsay Gottlieb, the University of California’s women’s basketball coach, says she’s “appalled” with Southwest after one of the airline’s employees allegedly asked her to prove she was the mother of her biracial son before getting on a flight.
Former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mike Shumann
resigned from the KGO-TV sportscasting gig he has held for almost a quarter-century after allegedly stealing a jacket belonging to Golden State Warriors director of team security Ralph Walker, the Bay Area TV station announced over the weekend.
an American history teacher at Stoneman Douglas, is under investigation by the Broward County School District for remarks he allegedly made in class comparing pro-Second Amendment student Kyle Kashuv to Adolph Hitler, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Friday.
In August, Idaho’s Lordship Church landed on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s annual list of hate groups.
The label was decried by the church’s leaders, Pastor Warren Mark Campbell,
who denounced the SPLC as a “biased, liberal hate group” and said that their anti-Gay, Anti-Muslim, pro-gun, pro-homeschooling church was not that far outside mainstream Christianity. The subject was tackled by the local daily newspaper, The Statesman, which said the group seemed “less menacing” than other groups on the list and that while “most of Idaho’s hate groups proclaim racist or anti-Semitic views. Lordship Church is different.”
Video footage recorded on student Joey Smith’s cell phone shows professor Howard Finkelstein
telling conservative student Christopher Lyle to “f*ck your life”—prompting accusations of “liberal indoctrination”. During the altercation Lyle was insisting “both men and women can be victims of sexual harassment,” NJ Advance Media reports.
“F*ck your life!” Finkelstein replied
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel
has resigned amid an investigation by the state Judicial Qualifications Commission, which examines allegations of misconduct by state jurists.
Zabel leaves office months after Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Public Corruption Task Force charged her husband Myron Rosner
with four felonies, but declined to prosecute her over a land deal that cost an investor $150,000, according to a close-out memo issued by prosecutors.
Israel said Monday it has reached an agreement with the United Nations to scrap its contested plans to deport African asylum seekers and will resettle many of them in Western countries instead.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said the “unprecedented understandings” with the U.N. refugee agency would send more than 16,000 migrants to various Western countries that are willing to absorb them. It said the new deal would be implemented in three stages over five years, with many of those remaining in Israel integrated and granted official status.
The banners have been hung from highway overpasses and rooftops in several states across the country.