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White House excludes April Ryan from Christmas party

The White House reportedly failed to invite one prominent journalist of color to this year’s Christmas party, and it’s the first time she’s been excluded from the event in 20 years.

It’s April Ryan.

clashing repeatedly with ex-White House press secretary Sean Spicer and his successor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she believes the omission is no mistake.” data-reactid=”7″>And as one of the few female minority journalists with credentials to the White House press pool, who has had a history of clashing repeatedly with ex-White House press secretary Sean Spicer and his successor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she believes the omission is no mistake.

Washington Post. “I think they don’t like me. For whatever reason, they have disdain for me.”” data-reactid=”8″>”I don’t think I was overlooked,” she told the Washington Post. “I think they don’t like me. For whatever reason, they have disdain for me.”

he told Ryan “stop shaking your head.”” data-reactid=”12″>Ryan, a longtime Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, first made national headlines after a heated exchange with Spicer in March over a question about the administration’s image, during which he told Ryan “stop shaking your head.”

after asking Sanders if the Trump administration “thinks that slavery is wrong.”” data-reactid=”13″>Ryan captured national attention again last month after asking Sanders if the Trump administration “thinks that slavery is wrong.”

“I think it’s disgusting and absurd to suggest that anyone inside of this building would support slavery,” Sanders responded.

During the Thanksgiving weekend, the veteran White House correspondent asked Sanders via Twitter to verify if she actually baked a pie she tweeted out a photo of.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders fires back at Thanksgiving pie skepticism” data-reactid=”16″>SEE ALSO: Sarah Huckabee Sanders fires back at Thanksgiving pie skepticism

“I don’t cook much these days, but managed this Chocolate Pecan Pie for Thanksgiving at the family farm!” Sanders tweeted.

“Show it to us on a table,” Ryan responded in a tweet.

“Don’t worry April Ryan because I’m nice I’ll bake one for you next week #RealPie #FakeNews,” Sanders said back.

announced it would also not be attending the White House Christmas party.” data-reactid=”23″>News of Ryan’s non-invite also arrives amid reports Tuesday that CNN, for which Ryan is a contributor, announced it would also not be attending the White House Christmas party.

The Hill.” data-reactid=”24″>”In light of the President’s continued attacks on freedom of the press and CNN, we do not feel it is appropriate to celebrate with him as invited guests,” a CNN spokesperson told The Hill.

“Christmas comes early! Finally, good news from @CNN,” Sanders tweeted in response.

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GOP Tax Plan Could Mean Higher Healthcare Costs for Middle Class

The Republican tax proposal would strike a decades-old deduction claimed by nearly nine million households — many of them elderly — paying high medical bills last year.

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Surveillance video captures missing teen with her soccer coach in gas station

17-year-old girl who was last seen at her Florida home on Saturday night was recorded at a gas station in Georgia with her high school soccer coach on Sunday, according to police.” data-reactid=”5″>A 17-year-old girl who was last seen at her Florida home on Saturday night was recorded at a gas station in Georgia with her high school soccer coach on Sunday, according to police.

sneaking out of her family home through her bedroom window on Nov. 25. She was reported missing by her parents the next morning.” data-reactid=”6″>The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office said Caitlyn Frisina wiped all the data from her cell phone before sneaking out of her family home through her bedroom window on Nov. 25. She was reported missing by her parents the next morning.

WJAX, deputies believed Frisina had run away with Rian Rodriguez, her 27-year-old soccer coach, because of a text message the teen had sent to a friend prior to her disappearance.” data-reactid=”7″>According to WJAX, deputies believed Frisina had run away with Rian Rodriguez, her 27-year-old soccer coach, because of a text message the teen had sent to a friend prior to her disappearance.

said on Wednesday.” data-reactid=”11″>It was confirmed that surveillance footage recorded at a Pilot gas station in St. George, Georgia, on Sunday shows Frisina and Rodriguez together, Sheriff Mark Hunter said on Wednesday.

The two were also spotted early on Sunday evening at a pawn shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina, according to the sheriff.


Hunter said his main focus at this point is ensuring Frisina’s safety.

“She’s with a person who is 10 years her senior in a supervisory capacity over her as a coach,” Hunter said in a statement. “She is legally a juvenile. Although she’s 17 years old, she’s still unable to consent by law. That’s our concern, and our concern, of course, is that we don’t know she’s OK.”

Mercury Sable.” data-reactid=”23″>Police believe the two are currently traveling north in a red Mercury Sable.

Facebook on Sunday to share a heartbreaking plea for her daughter’s safe return. ” data-reactid=”24″>Frisina’s mother, Scarlet Parnell Frisina, took to Facebook on Sunday to share a heartbreaking plea for her daughter’s safe return.

“Caitlyn Morgan, Punkin, Daddy and I want you to know how very much we love you and miss you!” she wrote. “We’re not sure why you chose to go, but know that all we care about is knowing whether or not you’re safe!!”

Rodriguez was the head boys’ soccer coach with the Columbia County School District but was also affiliated with Frisina’s team.

statement following the pair’s disappearance stating that Rodriguez has been suspended from his position at Fort White High School pending an investigation.” data-reactid=”27″>The district released a statement following the pair’s disappearance stating that Rodriguez has been suspended from his position at Fort White High School pending an investigation.

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Randi Zuckerberg Says Alaska Air Staff Enabled Drunk Passenger To Harass Her

Alaska Airlines staff of enabling a drunk first-class passenger to continue harassing her during a three-hour flight, even after she asked for help.” data-reactid=”16″>Randi Zuckerberg, founder of Zuckerberg Media and sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is accusing Alaska Airlines staff of enabling a drunk first-class passenger to continue harassing her during a three-hour flight, even after she asked for help.

Zuckerberg aired her grievances with the airline on Twitter, sharing the email she sent to Alaska Air’s corporate staff. Her email prompted the company to launch a full investigation into the encounter, company spokeswoman Bobbie Egan told HuffPost in an email.

“Feeling disgusted & degraded,” the former Facebook marketing director tweeted.

In her note to the company, Zuckerberg claimed the passenger made offensive sexual comments to her as soon as she took her seat next to him in first class ― and said that staff asked her to excuse his behavior because he was a frequent flyer.

She wrote: “He started talking to me about touching himself, kept asking me if I fantasized about the female business colleague I was traveling with, rated and commented on the women’s bodies boarding the aircraft as they walked by us, and many more equally horrifying and offensive comments.”

After raising the issue with staff on the plane, Zuckerberg said flight attendants suggested she not take the man’s behavior personally, saying they were used to it because he traveled regularly on their route from Los Angeles to Mazatlan, Mexico.

“They have had to talk to him about his behavior in the past, but oh well don’t take it personally, this guy just doesn’t have a filter,” Zuckerberg recalled the staff as saying.

Asked whether Alaska Air staff is more lenient with problematic frequent flyer customers, Egan told HuffPost: “Absolutely not.”

Zuckerberg said the flight attendants offered to move her to a middle seat at the back of the plane after she told them she was “extremely uncomfortable.”

She rejected their offer.

“I am furious at that passenger for making me extremely uncomfortable for a 3 hour flight,” she wrote in the email. “But I am even more furious with Alaska Airlines for knowingly and willingly providing this man with a platform to harass women.”

Zuckerberg claimed staff joked with the passenger by asking him “Are you behaving today?” and continued to serve him alcoholic beverage throughout the flight, as he continued to bombard her with sexual comments.

“Ironically one of those comments was about all the recent sexual harassment cases in the media and how ‘these Millennial women just aren’t willing to give some booty to get a job anymore,’” Zuckerberg recalled, referencing the recent outings of powerful men who’ve been accused of sexual assault.

Less than two hours after tweeting out the email, Zuckerberg said two company executives reached out to her to say they’d launched an investigation into the incident and temporarily suspended the unnamed passenger’s travel privileges.

“What Randi Zuckerberg shared with us is very disturbing,” Egan told HuffPost, adding that the company will take “appropriate steps, as needed,” pending results of the investigation.

“We want our guests to feel safe,” Egan said. “As a company, we have zero tolerance for any type of sexual misconduct that creates an unsafe environment for our guests and crew members.”

Alaska Airlines’ loyalty program enjoy perks including free first-class upgrades, complimentary drinks and priority boarding.” data-reactid=”34″>Members of Alaska Airlines’ loyalty program enjoy perks including free first-class upgrades, complimentary drinks and priority boarding.

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    Suspected Serial Killer in Tampa Faces Judge for the First Time

    Police in New York City are investigating if he is connected to unsolved crimes there as well.

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    The Latest: Keillor says his firing is 'bewildering'

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Latest on the firing of Garrison Keillor over an allegation of inappropriate behavior (all times local):

    10:30 p.m.

    Garrison Keillor says it’s “all kind of bewildering” that he was fired from Minnesota Public Radio following an allegation of improper behavior.

    The entertainer made the comments to The Berkshire Eagle at a Pittsfield, Massachusetts, restaurant less than two hours after his evening appearance at a theater in the city was canceled.

    Keillor says it’s “bewildering” that he worked on a show he loved for decades, and “somebody else can torch it in one morning.”

    Keillor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune earlier in the day that he had put his hand on a woman’s bare back while trying to console her. Keillor says the woman recoiled, he apologized and she later told him that she forgave him.

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    5:25 p.m.

    A new statement from Garrison Keillor raises questions about allegations of improper behavior that led Minnesota Public Radio to terminate his contracts.

    Keillor said Wednesday he had been fired, and MPR soon confirmed the move. MPR said the allegation involved one person who worked with Keillor on “A Prairie Home Companion” before he left the show in 2016.

    MPR said it had no similar allegations involving other staff.

    In a later statement to MPR News, Keillor wrote that he has to respect the privacy “of the two employees who made the allegations.”

    A spokeswoman for MPR’s corporate arm didn’t immediately respond to a message to clarify whether the accusation involved one person or two.

    Keillor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune he put his hand on the bare back of a woman he had been trying to console, and when she recoiled, he apologized.

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    5:10 p.m.

    A concert featuring Garrison Keillor has been cancelled in Massachusetts in the wake of the entertainer being fired from Minnesota Public Radio on an allegation of improper behavior.

    Keillor was slated to appear in Pittsfield with the folk duo Robin and Linda Williams on Wednesday night. The duo were regular guests on Keillor’s nationally syndicated public radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion.”

    The Berkshire Theatre Group posted on its website later Wednesday that the show had been canceled. WAMC Northeast Public Radio had pulled out as a sponsor.

    Minnesota Public Radio confirmed earlier Wednesday it terminated contracts with Keillor over a single allegation reported last month.

    Keillor says the incident involved putting his hand on a woman’s bare back while trying to console her. Keillor says the woman recoiled, he apologized and she later told him she forgave him.

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    3 p.m.

    The musician who took over hosting “A Prairie Home Companion” when Garrison Keillor retired last year says he’s “in shock” after Keillor was fired over an accusation of improper behavior.

    Chris Thile was Keillor’s hand-picked successor as host of the popular radio show. Minnesota Public Radio confirmed Wednesday it had terminated contracts with Keillor.

    Thile later tweeted that he knew nothing about the accusation. The mandolinist says he trusts “that the proper steps are being taken.” MPR says an outside law firm is investigating.

    A longtime voice actor on the show also says she never saw inappropriate behavior by Keillor. Sue Scott was an actress on the show for 24 years. She tells The Associated Press she’s stunned by Keillor’s firing.

    Keillor says he was fired because he put his hand on a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her. Keillor says the woman recoiled, he apologized and she later told him she forgave him.

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    2 p.m.

    An allegation of improper behavior by former “Prairie Home Companion” host Garrison Keillor is shocking his fans.

    Minnesota Public Radio terminated its contracts with Keillor for what they called an allegation of inappropriate behavior. Keillor told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he touched a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her, and he apologized when she recoiled.

    Among the local fans shocked by the news was Cindy Dina. The suburban Minneapolis woman says she admired Keillor and frequently listened to his show. She says she hopes the continuous allegations against high-profile men accused of misconduct sends a strong message to others.

    Kathy Wallace says wasn’t a big fan of Keillor’s show but knew his name well as a cultural icon in Minnesota. She says his firing caught her off guard.

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    1:05 p.m.

    Garrison Keillor says he was fired because he put his hand on a woman’s bare back as he tried to console her.

    The longtime radio host announced Wednesday he’d been fired by Minnesota Public Radio. Keillor retired from his popular show, “A Prairie Home Companion,” last year but had still worked for MPR on a variety of projects.

    Keillor tells the Minneapolis Star Tribune in an email that he was trying to pat the woman’s back after she had told him “about her unhappiness.” Keillor wrote that the woman’s shirt was open and his hand went up about 6 inches.

    Keillor says he apologized when the woman recoiled, and also emailed the woman an apology. He says she replied she’d forgiven him and “not to think about it.”

    Keillor says he considered her a friend and they remained friendly “right up until her lawyer called.”

    MPR declined to give any detail of the allegation against Keillor.

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    12:30 p.m.

    Minnesota Public Radio is telling members it was “the right thing to do” to fire Garrison Keillor.

    MPR depends heavily on member support. It sent note to supporters after Wednesday’s firing was announced, saying the organization appreciates Keillor’s contributions to the network “and to all of public radio.”

    The statement was signed by MPR President Jon McTaggart. It says the firing was necessary “to continue to earn your trust.”

    Neither MPR nor Keillor has released details about the allegation. MPR says it is a single allegation last month from a person who worked with Keillor while he was producing “A Prairie Home Companion.”

    Keillor retired from the show last year.

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    12:15 p.m.

    Garrison Keillor says he’s been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over a story that is “more complicated” than the version his employer heard.

    MPR confirmed Wednesday that it fired Keillor after he was accused of “inappropriate behavior” last month by a person who had worked with him.

    Neither MPR nor Keillor has given any details about the allegation. MPR says it’s still investigating but currently has no other allegations against Keillor.

    He retired last year as host of his signature “A Prairie Home Companion” radio show, but had continued working with MPR on other projects.

    Keillor says he’s deeply grateful for his years on the radio show. He says he’s 75 and doesn’t “have any interest in arguing about this.”

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    11:50 a.m.

    Minnesota Public Radio has confirmed it fired Garrison Keillor after he was accused of inappropriate behavior.

    MPR says the allegation came last month from a person who worked with Keillor. MPR gave no details, but said it has no other similar allegations involving other staff.

    MPR says an investigation is ongoing.

    Keillor first announced his firing in an email to The Associated Press on Wednesday. He says he was fired over “a story that I think is more interesting and more complicated than the version MPR heard.” But he didn’t provide any details.

    MPR says it will no longer rebroadcast any Keillor-hosted editions of “A Prairie Home Companion.” Keillor retired from the show last year. MPR also says it will change the name of the show, which is now hosted by Chris Thile.

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    11:22 a.m.

    Garrison Keillor, the former host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” says he’s been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of improper behavior.

    Keillor told The Associated Press of his firing in an email. In a follow-up statement, he says he was fired over “a story that I think is more interesting and more complicated than the version MPR heard.”

    He didn’t give details of the allegation. Minnesota Public Radio didn’t immediately respond to messages.

    Keillor retired last year from his longtime radio show, but still produced “The Writer’s Almanac” for syndication.

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    Shirtless Woman in the Path of Oncoming Train Rescued by Police in Pulse-Pounding Video

    safety in the nick of time as a train approached.” data-reactid=”24″>A scantily clad woman was pulled to safety in the nick of time as a train approached.

    CCTV footage trying to get up onto the platform from the tracks Tuesday. ” data-reactid=”25″>The female, who was wearing a bra and no shirt, was seen on CCTV footage trying to get up onto the platform from the tracks Tuesday.

    The video shows a man trying in vain to lift her up before several police officers rush over.

    Working together, they hoist the woman onto the platform just moments before the train came into the station.

    “I believe if we were on the other side of the platform, which we would have been if we were not talking to the group of people she wouldn’t be here,” Melbourne Protective Services Officer Ben Mitchell said.

    It remains unclear how the woman wound up on the train tracks in a state of undress.

    Local reports suggested that alcohol may have played a role in the woman’s predicament.

    High-Speed Train Narrowly Misses Car as Vehicle Rolls Through Railroad Crossing Barrier ” data-reactid=”32″> High-Speed Train Narrowly Misses Car as Vehicle Rolls Through Railroad Crossing Barrier

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    Trump calls for 'Wall' and 'Ban' after Egypt attack

    President Trump on Friday appeared to use the deadliest terror attack in Egypt’s modern history to push two of his domestic security proposals: a travel ban on certain Muslim-majority countries and a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

    “We have to get TOUGHER AND SMARTER than ever before, and we will. Need the WALL, need the BAN!” Trump exclaimed in a tweet noting he would soon reach out to Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.

    golfing with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson at his club in Jupiter, Fla. Trump is spending his Thanksgiving holiday at his nearby Mar-a-Lago estate.” data-reactid=”17″>Trump issued the tweet after earlier announcing he would spend part of the day golfing with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson at his club in Jupiter, Fla. Trump is spending his Thanksgiving holiday at his nearby Mar-a-Lago estate.

    militants killed at least 235 people with gunfire and explosives at a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Many of the victims were Sufis, who practice a form of Islam considered heretical by some militant groups.” data-reactid=”20″>Earlier in the day, militants killed at least 235 people with gunfire and explosives at a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Many of the victims were Sufis, who practice a form of Islam considered heretical by some militant groups.

    Deadly mosque attack kills hundreds in North Sinai, Egypt >>>” data-reactid=”21″>Slideshow: Deadly mosque attack kills hundreds in North Sinai, Egypt >>>

    During the campaign, Trump called for both a massive wall along the U.S.’s southern border and a temporary ban on all Muslims from entering the country.

    risk a government shutdown over it.” data-reactid=”23″>Trump has demanded that Congress fund the wall project, but it’s unclear if Republican leaders will back the contentious proposal and potentially risk a government shutdown over it.

    partially reinstated that latest iteration the travel ban.” data-reactid=”24″>Courts have frustrated Trump by repeatedly blocking his travel-ban executive orders, with the latest barring entry to the U.S. to people from six Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Chad. But last week, an appeals court partially reinstated that latest iteration the travel ban.

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    Black Friday Shoppers Report Massive Credit Card System Issues At Macy's (UPDATED)

    “The delays we experienced this afternoon were due to a capacity-related issue that caused some transactions to take longer to process,” the statement read. “We do not anticipate any additional delays.”

    As if Black Friday weren’t already stressful enough, shoppers are saying that Macy’s, the major department store chain, appears to be experiencing credit and debit card system problems around the United States.

    While dozens of Macy’s shoppers on social media said they weren’t able to pay at all, the company downplayed the problems in a statement to HuffPost.

    “It is taking longer than usual to process some credit and gift cards in our stores, but we have added additional associates to the floor [and] are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible,” Macy’s’ statement read.

    Early Friday afternoon, social media was flooded with reports from frustrated shoppers in multiple states who said they had stood in long lines only to find out they could only pay for purchases in cash. Since it’s common for people not to carry much cash, that meant many shoppers effectively couldn’t pay at all.

    Macy’s website or the app appeared to be experiencing similar issues.” data-reactid=”26″>Consumers attempting to buy things from the Macy’s website or the app appeared to be experiencing similar issues.

    responded to several customer complaints via Twitter on Friday.” data-reactid=”28″>Though some social media users reported that the outages were happening “nationwide,” the full extent of the problem was unclear. Macy’s responded to several customer complaints via Twitter on Friday.

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    Boom! Luxury converted nuclear missile silo lists on Airbnb

    ESKRIDGE, Kan. (AP) — A Cold War-era missile silo in rural northeast Kansas that housed a nuclear warhead 65 years ago and was later converted into an underground mansion is now finding a new lease on life as an Airbnb location.

    The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. It’s located in rural Wabaunsee County, about 15 miles (25 kilometers) southwest of Topeka.

    Airbnbs are privately owned residences that are offered online for short-term rental, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports .

    Matthew Fulkerson, 37, is the host for Subterra, and said it was his idea to turn the site into an Airbnb. Fulkerson is a neighbor of Subterra’s owners, Ed and Dianna Peden, who have lived in the converted missile base since 1994 and are on board with the Airbnb idea.

    More than being a place for people to stay when passing through Kansas, Fulkerson said he has a bigger vision for the site.

    “I see it as becoming a destination,” he said, adding that the base has already been featured in several media outlets.

    In addition to a main-floor bedroom, Airbnb guests at Subterra will have a full kitchen, private bathroom, laundry services and a fireplace which gives a “nice, cozy feeling in the fall and winter months,” Fulkerson said.

    He said he and the Pedens “are considering using both apartments upstairs and down” should Airbnb traffic pick up, “especially because some people really want the experience of sleeping underground.”

    Fulkerson said Subterra is the first and currently the only Airbnb located in a converted missile silo.

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    Information from: The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal, http://www.cjonline.com

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