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    Texts allegedly turned over to administration The lawsuit states that those texts were turned over to the school's administration and that Assistant Principal Marcy Dovholuk and Bill Ball — athletic director and varsity football coach — pulled the student filing the suit out of class, the paper said. "Dovholuk and Ball stated that the texts showed that [the student now suing the school] was 'not respecting pronouns' and that he needed to 'respect how people identify,'" the lawsuit states, according to the Herald. The paper said Ball then allegedly said he was suspended from playing football for a week, which was later reduced to one game after the student's mother told Ball her son did nothing wrong, the suit says. He also was punished for using "inappropriate language" in his texts such as "bozo" and "stfu" (i.e., "shut the [expletive] up"), the Herald said. Gender Nonconforming Students policy Besides seeking nominal damages, the lawsuit also takes issue with the school district's policy regarding gender-nonconforming students, the paper said. The lawsuit states that the policy...
    A discussion between pupils over the types of pronouns that could be used to describe people in the Spanish language on a bus ride home got out of hand and ultimately led to a student being suspended, with the school now being sued by the teen.   The New Hampshire student-athlete together with his mother is suing his school district after he was suspended from a football game for expressing his views that there are 'only two genders.' The student is seeking nominal damages against New Hampshire School Administrative Unit 16 (SAU16) and Exeter High School Assistant Principal Marcy Dovholuk.  The lawsuit filed last week in Rockingham Superior Court said that the one-game suspension of the student only identified as M.P. in court documents in September, was in violation of the student's constitutional right to free speech and the New Hampshire Bill of Rights because he expressed his religious Catholic beliefs.   A New Hampshire student-athlete from Exeter High is suing his school district after he was suspended from a football game for expressing his view that there are 'only two genders'...
    Dont Want to Spend $159 On AirPods? Check Out This $40 Colorful Alternative Ezekiel Elliott, Amari Cooper, Randy Gregory are questionable for Sunday Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Kameron Marlowe was raised in the land of the Earnhardts. The country music star in the making grew up in the very same town which the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt came from, and he too found that the pursuit of something greater pumped through his veins. "We have a big old statue of [Dale] downtown in our little town center down there," says Marlowe, 24, during a recent interview with PEOPLE about the towering 9-foot, 900-pound bronze statue symbolizing the impact Earnhardt made during his short life. "I love it." And in a way, some might assume that reaching the Grand Ole Opry stage last month for his Grand Ole Opry debut was Marlowe's very own finish line of sorts, a milestone he began chasing shortly after landing in the top 24 of Season 15 of The Voice. But perhaps, the Grand Ole Opry was far...
    MICHAEL OWEN has blasted Jesse Lingard for NOT celebrating his winning goal against West Ham. The Manchester United star, 28, was a second-half sub in Sunday’s 2-1 win at the London Stadium. 3Jesse Lingard has been criticised for not celebrating his Man Utd winner against former side West HamCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun 3Michael Owen says Lingard was only in east London for 'two minutes'Credit: BT Sport David Moyes was eager to sign Lingard permanently during the summer after last term’s stunning loan spell. But the former Hammer broke Irons fans’ hearts by scoring an 89th minute goal for United, moments before Mark Noble missed a late penalty to equalise. Lingard, who netted nine goals in 16 games to help West Ham seal a Europa League finish last season, refused to join in the celebrations as he was mobbed by United teammates. And former Red Devils striker Owen has now criticised Lingard’s behaviour, claiming the forward was only in east London for ‘two minutes’. Owen also claims Lingard should have PASSED the ball if he didn’t want to be...
    IT isn't uncommon for belongings to be misplaced in the home but one woman has revealed that this was a telltale sign a man was secretly living in her apartment. An American woman recently shared that when she was 20, she moved to a farming town to be closer to her family and could often hear footsteps above her, even though she was on the top floor. 2A woman has revealed how she found out she had a secret housemateCredit: Getty Eventually, things began to escalate, as the woman started noticing her belongings going missing. "I would buy a six-pack of soda, drink one, come home from work and find only four left. It was the same with packets of soup and ramen noodles. I also noticed that doors I had left open were closed, or vice versa," she told the Guardian. The woman explained that for the most part she found it amusing and assumed it was her brother, who had a key, simply pranking her. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Things got...
    One of the four suspects arrested in a Denver hotel raid that uncovered 16 long guns, body armor and 1,000 rounds of ammunition insists he had only just met the others and wasn't aware of any plot to target the MLB's All-Star game despite initial fears from police.   Authorities raided two rooms at the Maven Hotel, which is a block from Coors Field where the All-Star game will be held, on Friday night after receiving a tip from a maid who spotted a rifle while cleaning one of the rooms.  Richard Platt, 42; Gabriel Rodriguez, 48; Ricardo Rodriguez, 44; Kanoelehua Serikawa, 43, were all taken into custody and charged with weapons and drug offenses.  The three men, who all have lengthy criminal histories in Colorado, are each charged with possession of a weapon by a previous offender possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.  Serikawa, the only woman who was arrested, is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and a warrant from another jurisdiction. Police have released few details about the arrests or the ongoing...
    Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser claimed that there was only one night of rioting in the District during the summer of 2020. Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson said during a Senate hearing Tuesday that he condemns both the rioting during the summer of 2020 and the Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol. He asked Bowser if she had seen any insurance claims regarding how much property damage was done during the riots after George Floyd’s death. “Do you have a figure on that?” Johnson asked. “Because we know nationally, close to $2 billion in insurance claims.” “I’m glad to hear you say that you’re opposed to riotous behavior … I know that we had one night of rioting in the District,” Bowser began. When Johnson asked how many people were arrested during the summer riots, Bowser responded that “dozens” of people were arrested. (RELATED: BLM Riots Dragged Democrats Down In 2020, Data Shows — But Peaceful Protests Helped Them) “We do not permit any riotous behavior,” she continued. “Whoever is conducting it. And we have made arrests in both...
    Oprah Winfrey has opened up about the impact of her bombshell interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, insisting she had 'no idea' that it would reverberate the way it did — while admitting she was 'surprised' that the Duchess of Sussex 'went all the way there' with allegations of racism against the royal family.   The 67-year-old mogul discussed the secrecy around the interview with Nancy O'Dell this week, stressing how important it was that nothing leaked before it aired on CBS so that no clip could be 'exploited.' But while she confessed that she was 'surprised' by how forthcoming the couple was, she said it makes sense that the interview was so 'powerful' because Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, 'wanted to be able to tell their story and tell it in such a way that allowed them to be as truthful as possible.' Shocking! Oprah Winfrey says she was 'surprised' by how forthcoming Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were during their interview Praise: She credits the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for being 'willing to be as open, as vulnerable, as...
    For the discerning business traveller looking for somewhere to overnight, the St Cyrus Village Inn in Aberdeenshire comes highly recommended by its guests.  Situated just a stone’s throw from the chilly shores of the North Sea, the three-star hotel’s capacious ensuite rooms are priced at a very reasonable £40 a night for single occupancy. Most importantly of all, the hotel is open to essential workers who, despite the lockdown, find it necessary to travel for work. The mystery is, then, why Peter Phillips didn’t think to book a room there during his 920-mile round trip to Scotland last week. Instead, Princess Anne’s son, 15th in line to the throne, stayed the night a minute’s walk away at the home of his sister’s old school chum, elegant blonde mother-of-two Lindsay Wallace. In doing so, it’s fair to say, he put a few local noses out of joint. Disgruntled neighbours who spotted Phillips’s swanky black Range Rover parked on the driveway of Mrs Wallace’s £475,000 home summoned the police believing that the Queen’s grandson had broken Scotland’s strict Covid-19 lockdown laws. Not...
    The Washington Post revised its story that claimed there was “no migrant surge at the U.S. southern border” Thursday, now claiming that the spike was only a seasonal pattern. The initial headline of the piece read, “There’s no migrant ‘surge’ at the U.S. southern border. Here’s the data,” according to an archived version of the page. The revised headline of the piece now reads, “The migrant ‘surge’ at the U.S. southern border is actually a predictable pattern.” The data cited in the original article was from February, and as such did not reflect the recent developments at the border, including the rising number of unaccompanied migrant children. This analysis is based on last month’s data. It’s March 24.https://t.co/GYHtnviuyN — Nick Miroff (@NickMiroff) March 24, 2021 The revised Thursday version of the article incorporates an entirely new section dedicated to the issue of illegal border crossings by children. The authors now refer to the influx of unaccompanied children flooding the southern border as “more than just a seasonal pattern.” (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Here’s The Overcrowded Border Facility Everyone Is Talking About)...
    (CNN)When Karla Semien went to a cemetery to pick out a plot where her late husband would be buried, it was as if she'd stepped back into the 1950's.Her husband Darrell Semien, a sheriff's deputy for Allen Parish, Louisiana, died on January 24 after being diagnosed with cancer in December, CNN affiliate KPLC reported.Semien went to Oaklin Springs Cemetery in Oberlin earlier this week to inquire about laying her husband to rest there. But a woman at the cemetery turned her away because her husband was African American."I met with the lady out there and she said she could NOT sell me a plot because the cemetery is a WHITES ONLY cemetery," Semien wrote on Facebook. "She even had paperwork on a clipboard showing me that only white human beings can be buried there. She stood in front of me and all my kids. Wow what a slap in the face." A Texas town just removed a fence separating historically segregated cemeteries CNN has reached out to Semien for comment.Read MoreCreig Vizena, president of the Oaklin Springs Cemetery Association, told...
    (CNN)Donald Trump desperately wants you to believe the only reason Joe Biden won the 2020 election by so many votes was because it was the "most fraudulent election in history." Trump served up his latest variation of this fallacy on Fox Business on Sunday morning, saying "we have so much evidence" to support his claims but the judges "won't allow us" to submit it.That's a lie. The truth is Trump's lawyers have had numerous opportunities to present the so-called evidence of voter fraud, but haven't. Why? Simple. There is no such evidence. Trump's own lawyers -- including Rudy Giuliani -- have repeatedly admitted in court cases from Arizona to Pennsylvania that they are not even alleging voter fraud in those lawsuits. The obvious reason being they can't prove the claims. Dean ObeidallahThere's a difference between what a client can scream in public and what a lawyer can say to a judge. As a lawyer myself, I know how it's drilled into our heads from law school that you could be disbarred if you intentionally lie to a judge. We have...
    A Wisconsin Republican Party leader on Friday accused Milwaukee County election officials of breaking the rules on how absentee ballots can be counted by telling workers to fill in missing names and addresses if they are missing. The bombshell claim comes as the Trump campaign is challenging vote totals in several key states where Joe Biden has moved ahead since Election Day. Waukesha County Republican Party executive Kenneth Dragotta, who directed a 2016 recount in Waukesha and Milwaukee counties, told the Washington Examiner the Wisconsin Elections Commission instructed workers to write in the names and addresses of witnesses if ballots were not completed properly. "They're telling the City of Milwaukee, 'Go ahead and just write down the witness name and address if you can find it,' where the statute specifically says that it must be the elector and the witness that comes back in or provides a signature, not just the witness that comes in, but the witness and the elector have to come back in and complete that certification envelope," Dragotta said. "We've got an administrative body that is...
    A’s vs. Astros? Nah, it’s more complicated than that. Emotions run way too deep to give this week’s contentious American League Division Series such a simplistic billing. How about The Whistleblowers vs. The Garbage Can Kids? Or The Redemption Rumble? Whatever you want to call it, get ready for baseball’s version of a WWE SmackDown when the bitter rivals take their respective corners Monday at Dodger Stadium. This time, despite what happened at the Coliseum in August, any battle is likely to be waged with just words. The consequences of another bench-clearing brawl between the adversaries are too pricey. But the scars from the Astros’ sophisticated sign-stealing scheme, the one that rocked baseball and stained Houston’s 2017 World Series title with an asterisk, will still be on full display throughout the best-of-five series. We’ve already been treated to a razor-tongued undercard to the first postseason meeting between the enemies from the AL West, one we’ll refer to as The Saucy Aussie vs. The Sassy Shortstop. “Obviously, as a vindictive kind of thing, we...
    Melania Trump grumbled to her close friend that Ivanka didn't show her respect as First Lady, was constantly trying to steal the spotlight and behaved like she was starring on The Apprentice again, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. Melania's former friend and staffer Stephanie Winston Wolkoff is set to release her book Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady next Tuesday.    It was revealed on Monday by media reporter Yashar Ali that Wolkoff has tapes of Melania making disparaging remarks about Donald Trump and his children. A source connected to the book has revealed to DailyMail.com that the 50-year-old's particular gripe was with Ivanka, explaining Melania's issues with her eldest step daughter kicked off when Trump was elected President. The insider said: 'Melania complained that Ivanka was always competing with her for his attention, as if she knew better and was more capable of being the First Lady. 'Melania spoke out against Ivanka's incessant need to involve herself in just about everything in the White House, even if it didn't concern her. She would always...
    U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) (R) is presented with the 2010 Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama during an East Room event at the White House February 15, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) President Barack Obama paid tribute to John Lewis on Saturday saying that the late civil rights leader and Georgia congressman inspired him to run for the nation’s highest office, becoming the first Black person to be elected president of the United States. Obama issued a statement on Lewis’ death, which was announced late Friday night, in a Medium post stating that his role as a Freedom Rider in the 1960s and work alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the Civil Rights Movement was a catalyst for his political career. Lewis passed away at the age of 80 after losing his battle to pancreatic cancer. “When I was elected President of the United States, I hugged him on the inauguration stand before I was sworn in and told him I was only there because of the sacrifices he made,” said Obama,...
    Mark McCloskey, the armed homeowner who went viral on Sunday night after he and his wife defended their property from rioters, said during an interview on Monday that the rioters threatened him and his family and that his rifle was the only thing that saved him. McCloskey, who is a lawyer, noted in an interview with a local news station that the rioters broke down a gate to the community and illegally trespassed on their private property. “I went inside I got a rifle … because as soon as I said ‘this is private property,’ those words can enraged the crowd,” McCloskey said. “Horde, an absolute horde came through the smashed-down gates, coming right at the house. … And then I stood out there, the only thing we said is, ‘This is private property, go back, private property, leave now.’ At that point everybody got enraged, there were people wearing body armor.” “One person pulled out a loaded pistol magazine and he clicked them together and he said, ‘You’re next,'” McCloskey said. “We were threatened with our lives, threatened with...
    A royal author has claimed that Prince Charles 'saw problems ahead' when Meghan Markle joined the Royal family, despite being a fan of her headstrong personality. According to Nigel Cawthorne, author of Prince Andrew, Epstein and the Palace, the Prince of Wales, 71, was worried as there's 'only room for one Queen'. Additionally, the royal was reportedly concerned about the Sussexes' rising popularity, and was keen to keep the monarchy 'small in size'. Scroll down for video  Royal author Nigel Cawthorne has claimed that Prince Charles 'saw problems ahead' when Meghan Markle joined the Royal family, despite being a fan of her headstrong personality. Meghan and Harry are seen in September 2019 in Cape Town Speaking to Fabulous, the royal author said of Charles: 'I think he likes strong women, but in The Firm there is only room for one Queen.' Comparing their popularity to that of Andrew and Fergie when they met, he added: 'I think he foresaw considerable problems ahead for The Firm.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The Queen reveals she 'knows too...
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