The days of "flying the friendly skies" appear to be long gone, but American Airlines is at least trying to fix the latest flight attendant controversy to go viral. On Friday, a flight attendant on board American Airlines flight 591 from San Francisco to Dallas heatedly scolded a female passenger travelling alone with two children for attempting to store her buggy in an overhead locker, reports ABC News affiliate WFAA in Dallas. When another male passenger came to the mother's defence, the flight attendant then reportedly got physical, threatening the man who had spoken up on the young mother's behalf before a pilot appeared and attempted to calm down the irate flight attendant.
Following the record-breaking success of the eighth instalment of Fast And Furious during the opening weekend, Universal Studios is said to be planning a spinoff of the film. As the characters played by Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham locked horns in The Fate Of The Furious - their conflict was the plot's highlight - reports claim that a spinoff version might see them forming an unlikely alliance. Joining the duo will be none other than series newcomer Charlize Theron, E! News reported.
Dave Hamilton was looking for a get-rich-quick scheme when got his realtor's licence in 2010. After closing about half a dozen deals in his first year, Hamilton took on a part-time job at a bar, where he worked for several years before returning to the real estate industry on a full-time basis last year. Today, Hamilton is a sales representative at the Condo Store Realty Inc. and he says in just the first months of this year he has closed around 50 deals.
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 Canadian man has pleaded guilty to attempting to export fentanyl products and other synthetic drugs from China into the United States. A release from the U.S. Attorney in New York says Karl Morrison, 59, of Kitchener, Ont., faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to US$1 million for attempting to export furanyl fentanyl, along with pentylone - a designer drug that is comparable to ecstasy. The U.S. Attorney's office says the couple crossed into the U.S. and collected four packages.