Sunday April 22, 2018
Today's Tabloid News

Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for racial-bias training

Starbucks announced Tuesday that it plans to close more than 8,000 stores for an afternoon next month to conduct racial-bias training.  More…

Southwest gives passengers $5K after nearly killing them

“We value you as our customer and hope you will allow us another opportunity to restore your confidence in Southwest,” a letter from Southwest to customers states. “In this spirit, we are sending you a check in the amount of $5,000 to cover any of your immediate financial needs,” read the letter. In addition to the money, passengers will get a $1,000 travel voucher.  More…

Bush-bashing professor has Fresno State scrambling to keep its donors

A Fresno State professor who called the late Barbara Bush “racist” soon after her death Tuesday, and said she was glad “the witch is dead,” continues to face fallout as donors mull ceasing donations to the institution.  More…

This college professor is happy ‘racist’ Barbara Bush is dead

A California college professor trashed the late Barbara Bush as an “amazing racist,” added that she was “happy the witch is dead” — and then crowed that because she had tenure, she’d never be penalized for her comments. “I work as a tenured professor. I make 100K a year doing that. I will never be fired. I will always have people wanting to hear what I have to say.”  More…

‘Good Morning America’ staffers ‘relieved’ over Lara Spencer’s slashed schedule

With diminished “Good Morning America” co-anchor Lara Spencer frantically trying to make it appear that her absence from the show is by choice — Page Six has learned that “relieved” show staffers are cheering her slashed schedule.  More…

Tourists find bullet-riddled body on Acapulco beach

Chilling pictures of a man lying dead in the sand in crime-plagued Acapulco encapsulates the brutal violence gripping the once-idyllic tourist hotspot in Mexico. Acapulco is still in the midst of its worst crime wave in a decade with as many as 12 people murdered every day.  More…

‘Night Court’ star Harry Anderson dead at 65

“Night Court” star Harry Anderson died in North Carolina on Monday, police said. Cops found the 65-year-old TV actor dead in his home in Asheville at 6:41 a.m. and “no foul play is suspected.”  More…

North Americans world’s biggest TV addicts, watching four hours a day

The average person around the world spent nearly three hours a day in front their television last year, according to a report released Monday. Americans and Canadians are the biggest TV addicts, said the report, watching four hours and three minutes on average daily.  More…

Woman embalmed alive in deadly hospital mistake

A Russian woman was embalmed alive when doctors unwittingly put her on a formaldehyde-based drip instead of saline during a surgery, according to a report Sunday.  More…

Copperfield may be forced to reveal illusion secrets in multimillion-dollar injury case

He can’t make this just disappear. Magician David Copperfield is expected to testify as early as Friday in a multimillion-dollar injury case filed by an audience member who was left brain damaged by a Las Vegas illusion gone awry.  More…

Anchorage voters 1st in the nation to reject bathroom bill

Voters in Alaska’s largest city are on track to becoming the first in the U.S. to defeat a so-called bathroom bill in a referendum that asked them to require people using public bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender at birth.  More…

Former Playboy bunny becomes world’s oldest lingerie model after stripping off at grand age of 83

A former playboy bunny has shared an important message about ageing after becoming the world’s oldest lingerie model. At the grand age of 83, Dorrie Jacobson happily poses in her underwear as part of her efforts to show growing old does not mean you have to stop being sexy.  More…

Zuckerberg accidentally left his notebook open

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg left the talking points he used during a marathon US Senate hearing Tuesday on full display during a break — and an Associated Press photographer snapped a picture. “Founded Facebook. My decisions. I made mistakes. Big challenge but we’ve solved problems before. Going to solve this one,” the notes read. The notes also included a section slapping back at comments made by Apple CEO Tim Cook  More…

Ted Cruz Grills Mark Zuckerberg in Senate Hearing

44 Percent of Californians Don’t Speak English At Home

A new report by the U.S. Census Bureau says 44 percent of California residents over the age of five speak other than English at home. The census report released Tuesday found that of those who speak a language other than English at home, two-thirds speak Spanish. Latinos are California’s largest ethnic group.  More…