Tuesday September 17, 2019
Today's Tabloid News

‘Pioneer Woman’ star Ree Drummond’s daughter arrested for underage drinking: report

Food Network star Ree Drummond’s daughter, Paige, was reportedly arrested and charged with possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21, as well as public intoxication.  More…

How the world’s best athletes use ‘super powers’ to win

Over the years, athletes, coaches — and, yes, governments — have spent hundreds of hours researching supernatural means to get a win, whether through mind-control, fringe psychology or bizarre rituals. Much of this history is revealed in “The Men on Magic Carpets: Searching for the Superhuman Sports Star”. The investigation sent Hawkins on a three-year journey through the mystical underbelly of sports to those who try to unlock the power of the human mind.  More…

Trump’s admiration for ‘slaveowner’ Jackson halted Tubman $20 bill, CNN host suggests

CNN anchor Don Lemon heavily implied Friday night that President Trump halted plans for placing abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill by expressing admiration for "slaveowner" President Andrew Jackson, the current face on the currency.  More…

Cuba Gooding Jr. lawyer: surveillance video shows ‘no criminality’

A lawyer for Cuba Gooding Jr. says surveillance video shows the “Jerry Maguire” star is innocent of groping allegations at a Manhattan rooftop bar — and now he’s reconsidering turning himself in to authorities in New York.  More…

London to get ‘world’s first’ infinity pool with 360-degree views

For thrill-seeking swimmers, the chance to take a death-defying dip might not be far away. Plans to build a rooftop infinity pool — with 360-degree views of the London skyline — are in motion.  More…

L.A. Developers Have a Big Problem: Too Many New Megamansions

Real-estate experts estimate that there are about 50 ultra high-end spec houses under construction in the area, from Beverly Hills to Bel-Air and Brentwood. The unprecedented wave of development has its roots in the heady days of 2014 and 2015, when foreign buyers poured into Los Angeles and luxury markets across the country logged record sales.  More…

Steak ‘n Shake CEO says this 1 change to chain’s signature milkshakes could save $1M a year

The iconic diner-like chain, which is primarily concentrated in the Midwest, reported a nearly $19 million operating loss in the first quarter of 2019. That’s in addition to the whopping $10.7 million sales loss it suffered in 2018 — its second-straight year in the red. To make a comeback, Steak n’ Shake chief executive Sardar Biglari apparently floated an unusual idea to save establishments some cash: eliminate cherries.  More…

Here’s the value of $1 in each state

The value of $1 varies depending on where you go. According to new data Opens a New Window. compiled by 24/7 Wall Street from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), a dollar goes the furthest in America’s "poorest states," such as Mississippi and Alabama.  More…

Chef Mario Batali shows off dramatic weight loss during court appearance

Chef Mario Batali has largely stayed away from the cameras following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and his firing from “The Chew” in late 2017, but on Friday he appeared in a Boston court and showed off his dramatic weight loss.  More…

Couple defends ‘dangerous’ Instagram photo of sexy train stunt

“Are you really ready to die for a pic?” That’s what one Instagram user asked after seeing a photo of Belgian couple Camille and Jean kissing while dangling out of a moving train in Sri Lanka. They posted the dangerous-looking shot on May 2 on their account @BackpackDiariez.  More…

New York Times op-ed calls out ‘unlivable’ conditions in Democratic-led cities

A New York Times opinion piece is calling attention to the "unlivable" conditions in many American cities, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hometown of San Francisco. In the op-ed, titled "America’s Cities Are Unlivable. Blame Wealthy Liberals," author Farhad Manjoo wrote of the "developing-world nightmare" unfolding in his home state.  More…

Wrangler’s collab with rapper Lil Nas X gets boycotted by fans

For those who didn’t know, country fans take their jeans seriously — very seriously. Wrangler came under fire this week after launching a denim collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X, which is inspired by his hit song, “Old Town Road.” Fans have started boycotting, claiming “true cowboys” would never wear the new duds — or listen to Lil Nas X.  More…

Ex-flight attendants expose sexist, seedy world behind the glamour

Mary Joyce Bochroch was a college sophomore, engaged to her hometown boyfriend, when she crossed paths with the woman who changed everything. The small-town girl was dazzled by the idea of air travel, and applied to be a TWA stewardess herself. When she got the job offer in 1965, she broke things off with her fiancé and quit school. “I’m sure glad I didn’t get married,” she says. “Instead, I got to see the world.”  More…

“I Flew Too Close to the Sun. No Question. Icarus”: Inside the Epic Fall of Michael Avenatti

Stormy Daniels’s former attorney is a hyper-aggressive narcissist with shadows in his past—which made him a perfect adversary for Donald Trump. For a few months, the #Resistance hero even thought he could be president. Then the past caught up with him.  More…

North Carolina city files lawsuit against RV company for flying American flag out of city ordinance

“The property that’s there belong to us, we pay taxes and the size of the flag isn’t hurting anybody,” Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis told WJZY. The city of Statesville said they approved a permit for Camping World to fly a flag — just not as big as the one Camping World unfurled.  More…