A passenger on an American Airlines flight says a flight attendant who has since been grounded nearly hit a baby when he jerked a stroller away from a woman holding the child. Olivia Morgan, an executive with an education-related non-profit , tells the New York Times (http://nyti.ms/2pQ17V5 ) that she witnessed the episode take place before a Friday afternoon flight from San Francisco to Dallas. A video of the incident posted on Facebook shows the sobbing woman holding a small child and saying, "You can't use violence with a baby." A male passenger later got in a verbal confrontation with the flight attendant.
Steve Kerr isn't sure whether he'll return to coach the Warriors in the playoffs. Some close to him see the pain on his face and wonder if he'll walk away for good.
A community is in mourning after a six-year-old boy was struck by a vehicle and killed just across from his Scarborough elementary school Friday afternoon. Toronto police were called to the scene just opposite Morrish Public School, at the intersection of Halfmoon Square and Canmore Boulevard in the Morningside Avenue and Ellesmere Road area, where the boy was struck just after leaving for the day. "This mother, she doesn't have her son now," LeFeuvre said.
French voters shut out the country's political mainstream from the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history, and on Monday found themselves being courted across the spectrum for the runoff election. The May 7 runoff will be between the populist Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron, and French politicians on the moderate left and right immediately urged voters to block Le Pen's path to power. The defeated far-left candidate, Jean-Luc Melenchon, pointedly refused to do the same, and Le Pen's National Front is hoping to do the once unthinkable and peel away voters historically opposed to a party long tainted by racism and anti-Semitism.
Stunning and insanely talented Rosario Dawson’s relationship with comedian Eric Andre has befuddled the masses over the past few months, to the point…
Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a toddler whose body was found in north Edmonton on Friday. The man and the woman, who were the two "people of interest" the Edmonton Police Service were looking for earlier in the day, were arrested Saturday evening and are in police custody. The toddler was found in the area of 155th Avenue and Castledowns Road Friday around 2.30 p.m., near the Good Shepherd Anglican Church.