Tuesday April 25, 2017
Today's Tabloid News

Hero guard fatally shoots armed bank robber

An Illinois security guard is being hailed as a hero when he shot dead a masked bank robber who opened fire on him, officials said. In surveillance video, Brian Harrison — a retired sheriff’s deputy — instantly pulls out his holstered pistol and shoots Laurence Turner, 34, inside the Alpine Bank in Rockford.  More…

Facebook murder suspect found dead in car

The man who allegedly gunned down a Cleveland grandfather and posted the murder on Facebook was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to a report. Steve Stephens, 37, was found in his white Ford Fusion on Buffalo Road in Erie, Pa.  More…

Tina Fey slams white women who voted for Donald Trump

Tina Fey is not happy about the university-educated white women who voted for Donald Trump in the US election. Speaking in New York at an event hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union, Fey said white women “can’t look away” from the election outcome.  More…

Couple on the way to their wedding kicked off United flight

The turbulence continues for United Airlines. A bride and groom from Utah headed to their wedding in Costa Rica were kicked off their flight out of Houston on Saturday, KHOU reported. Michael Hohl and his fianceé, Amber Maxwell, arrived from Salt Lake City for a layover at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.  More…

Barack and Michelle Obama pose on superyacht with Hollywood friends in Tahiti

Barack and Michelle Obama interrupted the quiet island life they’ve become accustomed to this weekend with a star-studded jaunt out to sea. The former First Couple joined Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks, and their wives on music mogul David Geffen’s superyacht Rising Sun on Friday, making quite the splash as they arrived at the vessel off the island of Mo’orea in a spruced up speedboat.  More…

Lawsuit: I paid $4,500 for a ‘worthless’ Eli Manning helmet

Diehard Giants fan Michael Jakab started to smell a rat shortly after paying $4,300 for a Giants helmet signed by quarterback Eli Manning and inscribed “Game Used 2007-08 Superbowl Season.” Jakab’s research concluded the helmet “had never been used in a game by Manning” and “was actually worthless to collectors,” his suit says.  More…

‘Proof’ Eli Manning was in on Giants memorabilia scheme

A smoking gun email from Eli Manning proves he quarterbacked a conspiracy to defraud collectors by pawning off phony game-worn gear as the real deal, according to court documents obtained by The Post.  More…

‘It’s like tripping’ says French artist entombed in rock

An artist entombed inside a 12-tonne rock for nearly three days has described the experience as like "tripping", insisting he would stick it out for a week. Speaking to AFP through a crack in the limestone boulder late Friday, Abraham Poincheval said he had been buoyed by how his performance has "got into people’s heads".  More…

Oldest person in the world dies at 117

Emma Morano, an Italian woman believed to have been the oldest person alive and the last survivor of the 19th century, died today. Morano, born on November 29 1899, died at her home in northern Italy. She put her longevity down to her diet. “I eat two eggs a day, and that’s it. And cookies. But I do not eat much because I have no teeth,” she said.  More…

Justice for Judith Clark means no parole

Judith Clark’s supporters may have swayed Gov. Cuomo to commute her sentence late last year, leaving her eligible for parole — but she still doesn’t deserve to be a free woman. Clark represented herself at trial but refused to recognize the court’s authority to try or convict her. In her closing statements, she announced, “Revolutionary violence is necessary, and it is a liberating force.”  More…

Pot is ruining Denver’s restaurant industry

The population of Denver has been steadily growing over the past few years, but not enough of its new inhabitants want to work in the restaurant industry. The reason? The higher-paying jobs are in weed. “Enter the weed business, which pays $22 an hour with full benefits.”  More…

Japanese leader lucky he didn’t get sick eating at Mar-a-Lago

Days before Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dined with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago, restaurant inspectors slapped the resort with 13 violations — including raw fish used in sushi, one of Japan’s signature dishes. Florida restaurant inspectors also found beef, duck, chicken and ham stored at unsafe temperatures higher than the law requires, the Miami Herald reported.  More…

Cop gets demoted for lying to Uber driver

A North Carolina police officer has been demoted after he was caught on camera telling an Uber driver he could not record a traffic stop. Local news outlets report police records show that Wilmington police Sgt. Kenneth Becker was demoted to corporal Wednesday. The demotion costs Becker $1.38 an hour.  More…

United Airlines gives refunds to passengers on chaotic flight

The free-for-all became free for all! Every passenger aboard United Airlines’ Flight 3411 bound for Louisville, Kentucky, will get a refund following the mayhem of a doctor getting dragged off the plane.  More…

Tone-deaf United CEO thinks things are going just fine

The flying public may be furious at United Airlines, but their CEO thinks things are going just fine. United boss Oscar Munoz, unfazed by the criticism, sent a tone-deaf e-mail to employees Monday that defended the staff’s actions and called the passenger “disruptive and belligerent.”  More…