Headlines on 2018-6-13

  • Report: Former MLB Player Milton Bradley Convicted of Domestic Violence

    Former MLB outfielder Milton Bradley was convicted after a plea agreement with prosectors on his domestic violence case from January...

    Bleacher Report
  • QUENTIN LETTS watches as the Speaker’s authority withers away

    QUENTIN LETSS gives his take on the SNP walking out of the House of Commons after Westminster leader Ian Blackford was booted out the chamber.

    Mail Online
  • Timelapse shows Antarctic ice shelf collapse after battering from waves – video

    Described as the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back’, vision provided by the Australian Antarctic Division shows the impact of large ocean waves battering the ice shelf over time. It has triggered the collapse of large area of the ice shelf that were already weakened by pre-existing fracturing Continue reading...

    the Guardian
  • Colorado firefighters hope for break in hot, dry weather

    Firefighters in Colorado still have several days of tough going against a fire that has burned more than 26,000 acres, officials said Wednesday. The flames of the 416 Fire in the southwestern part of the state have reached the backyards of some homes, but so far no one has been injured and no structures have been lost, said incident commander Todd Pechota. Asked whether the weather forecast looks favorable, Pechota answered quickly, "No. It doesn't." "The folks on the ground have not caught a...

  • Last Resort: Inside Hoda's Secret Plans To Elope As Fears Of Being Fired Loom

    With her job on the line, Today host Hoda Kotb has decided to focus on her personal life, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively — and marry live-in love Joel Schiffman! PHOTOS: New Mom At 52! Hoda Cradles Adopted Baby Before Returning To Work “Hoda knows she’s skating on thin ice at work, so she wants a Read More

  • De Blasio’s ‘desegregation’ plan is an insult to Asian-Americans

    Mayor de Blasio has had four-and-a-half years to improve our segregated public-school system — to fix its systemic failures from kindergarten through eighth grade. Yet our schools continue to be deeply divided based on race, income and achievement. Instead of addressing this, however, the mayor and chancellor decided to look for a convenient culprit. They...

    New York Post