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  1. Aubrey O'Day is opening up about her recent American Airlines flight, in which she claims, a flight attendant forced her to remove her shirt in "front of the entire plane." “I was in the Bahamas. I was working with a few different orphanages out there, and I just grabbed a sweater,” the 35-year-old singer told People magazine in an interview published Friday. Per O'Day, the shirt spelled out "f--k" and was from "a brand out in L.A." She said that it "wasn't bad at all." “They came up to me right after everything was settled and asked me to get off the plane. They said that one of the attendants was offended by my shirt,” she alleged, before later stating that the airline had "every right [legally] to do that.” In a statement to Fox News on Friday, American Airlines said: "We reached out to Ms. O’Day after we learned about the situation and have no further comment at this time." According to People, O'Day said that initially the only option she was given was to deboard the plane. “I said, ‘Well, I have a million followers, are you sure you don’t want to give me an option?’ Then they said I could go get off the plane and buy something," she alleged. "Because I didn’t have any clothes with me. I just had my purse." O'Day said that after a woman next to her "offered" her shirt, then the notion of her top being turned inside out was brought up, which the airline agreed would be okay, per O'Day. “Then I say, ‘Just let me sit right there and switch my top inside out with my boobs out on the entire plane,’” O’Day claimed, further alleging: “They were not offended by that at all, but they were offended by the f word.” She continued: “The person next to me had a naked woman tattooed on his arm, including the pubic hair. And the woman next to me had a Trump shirt on, the man that grabs women by the p—, and is getting impeached, all of that was fine but the f word was not." O'Day first tweeted about the alleged incident in September, writing: "never have I flown & had the steward treat me like a punished lil child in timeout the entire flight.. including making me undress in front of the entire plane because he didn’t like my shirt & made me turn inside out in order to fly." At the time, American Airlines told Fox News: "We are reviewing the situation, and have reached out to Ms. O'Day to get more information."
  2. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden once again denied ever discussing business with his son Hunter, including his ties to Ukraine and Burisma Holdings, which paid him $50,000 a month while it was under investigation for corruption. Biden appeared Wednesday on WBZ in Boston, where a reporter asked him if Hunter's position on the company's board would create the appearance of impropriety, and Biden remained defiant while doubling down on his past statement. "The president’s accusation against you stems from your son, Hunter Biden, working on a board of an energy company in Ukraine, while you were vice president," the reporter, Liam Martin, asked. "Do you agree that that could at least create the appearance of a conflict?" Biden replied, "Look, what I agree with is that there’s not a single solitary thing anyone said that was done wrong. I don’t discuss business with my son.” He added that "everybody has looked at that" and found that his son did nothing wrong. In an interview Wednesday on the radio program “New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath,” the former vice president said, “I never had a discussion with my son about it. But, one thing, he did say at one point that it came out that he was on the board, I said, ‘I sure hope to hell you know what you’re doing.’ Period.” After a photo of Biden and Hunter surfaced showing them golfing with an executive from Burisma Holdings, Biden spoke with reporters on Friday and denied that he ever discussed business matters with his son. “It’s not a conflict of interest. There’s been no indication of any conflict of interest,” Biden said while at a Service Employees International Union forum in Los Angeles. Biden was also asked about his private discussions with his son by Fox News' Peter Doocy in September, to which Biden replied, "I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings." He then quickly pivoted to President Trump and told Doocy he called for a full investigation into his affairs. "I know Trump deserves to be investigated. He is violating every basic norm of a president. You should be asking him the question," Biden said. "Why is he on the phone with a foreign leader? Trying to intimidate a foreign leader, if that’s what happened, that appears to be what happened, you should be looking at Trump." Biden's denials have been questioned by critics who point to a July New Yorker article in which Hunter Biden recalled speaking with his father in 2015 about Burisma. "Dad said, ‘I hope you know what you are doing,’ and I said, ‘I do.’"
  3. Former President Barack Obama has been hiding from questions about former Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter and Hunter's work for a gas company in Ukraine, President Trump insisted Saturday night. "I think he knows all about it," Trump said of Obama during an exclusive interview on Fox News' "Justice with Judge Jeanine." Trump once against defended his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which has served as the catalyst for an impeachment inquiry led by House Democrats, notably House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif. "If you take a look at it, Adam Schiff made up a phony, fraudulent statement," Trump told host Jeanine Pirro, referring to Schiff's self-described "parody" account of the phone call during a hearing last month. "My phone call was a perfect call -- congenial, friendly, no pressure, no blackmail, as he [Zelensky] said." What Schiff did was "horrible," and he "made it up out of thin air," the president continued. "Very strong action should be taken against this guy." Trump also called "Shifty Schiff" a "failed screenwriter" for producing a "phony, fraudulent statement." Democrats have subpoenaed several Trump administration officials and diplomats for documents as lawmakers probe issues surrounding the phone call. House Democrats have accused Trump of violating his oath of office by asked him to investigate Ukraine's involvement in the 2016 presidential election and the activities of Biden, a top contender for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, and his son Hunter, a former board member of gas company Burisma Holdings. They have also accused Trump of withholding military aid from Ukraine until Zelensky's government could launch the investigations. The impeachment probe was launched last month after an intelligence community whistleblower's complaint raised concerns about the call. On Saturday, Trump again referred to the impeachment inquiry as a "hoax" and "so bad for our country," adding that he released a memorandum of the conversation with Zelensky to show it was a "perfectly fine call." When Pirro asked why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., wasn't calling for a formal vote to open an impeachment inquiry, Trump said it was because she "can't get the votes because we're [the GOP] doing so well right now." Trump held two rallies in as many days this week, and both drew such large crowds that they could have sold both out many times over, he said. "We're winning and we're winning big," Trump said. "That's why I think they want to stay away. If you look at what's happening, the electricity for the Republican Party, they're so angry at what's taken place." Trump also expressed confidence in his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, despite the arrest this week of two associates of the former New York City mayor on campaign finance charges. "He's a great gentleman. He was a great mayor, one of the greatest, maybe the greatest mayor in the history of New York," the president said. "He was a fantastic prosecutor. I know nothing about him being under investigation ... I can't imagine it." "He's a man that looks for corruption and whatever he does I really believe he's a totally, I mean, I know he's an honorable man," Trump added.
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  8. KTLA5 Los Angeles weekend anchor Chris Burrous, who was found unconscious in a Glendale motel room two days after Christmas, died from an accidental methamphetamine overdose, the county coroner reported today. Police were contacted at 1:15 p.m. Dec. 27 by a caller who said a man he was with at the Days Inn, 450 Pioneer Drive, had passed out and was possibly not breathing, Glendale police Sgt. Dan Suttles previously said. A dispatcher gave the man instructions on how to perform CPR and he was attempting to administer emergency aid when firefighters arrived, Suttles said. Glendale firefighters found Burrous inside the motel room, not breathing, Suttles said. They administered CPR and the 43-year-old newscaster was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 2:06 p.m. An autopsy was performed Dec. 28, but the cause of death was deferred pending further investigation. ``It was later determined Burrous died from methamphetamine toxicity,'' Sarah Ardalani of the Los Angeles County coroner's office said in a statement released Friday afternoon. ``Other contributing factors include hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.'' According to the coroner's report, Burrous had inserted the drug into his anus and put on a bondage mask laced with amyl nitrate ``poppers'' during a sexual encounter with a man he met on the Grindr dating website. Burrous, who was married with a 9-year-old daughter, graduated from Chapman University in Orange with a degree in broadcast journalism and began a two-decade career in news starting at KCKC-AM and KCXX-FM in San Bernardino while he was still in school. He went on to work at stations in San Jose, Rapid City, South Dakota, Bakersfield, Fresno, Sacramento and KTLA sister station WPIX in New York City before transferring to Los Angeles. Burrous was credited with helping extend the ``KTLA Morning News'' to seven days a week, anchoring weekends and covering breaking news on weekday mornings. His weekend ``Burrous' Bites'' segments, which highlighted hole-in- the- wall eateries in Southern California, were a viewer favorite.
  9. Giada De Laurentiis sure knows how to heat things up. E! News reported Friday the celebrity chef and her daughter Jade Marie soaked up the sun on the beaches of Miami, Fla. for some mother-daughter quality time. The 48-year-old, who proudly flaunted her physique in a plunging cobalt blue swimsuit that left little to the imagination, was photographed by paparazzi frolicking in the crystal clear waves alongside her 10-year-old. De Laurentiis paired her cherry red nails with a glossy pink pout. “Beach day w/ my girl,” the Food Network star captioned in a photo posted on Instagram. Famous chef Giada DeLaurentiis looks amazing in a revealing blue swimsuit as she hits the waves in Miami during the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. — MEGA E! noted De Laurentiis is in town for the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. She will also be hosting an event centered on the Italian cuisine she is famous for. According to the celebrity gossip site, the attendees will be able to taste a specially curated menu of De Laurentiis’ favorite dishes paired with wine. Back in 2013, De Laurentiis told Fox News that she refuses to give up on her love of pasta to stay fit. “Eating out and traveling is always difficult for me,” she explained at the time. “But I think the secret, for me anyway, is portion sizes. You can’t eat a lot of everything. The idea is to eat an appetizer portion. At restaurants, I’ll oftentimes order two appetizer dishes, but if I can’t find anything I like in the appetizer menu, I’ll order a main course, ask them to pack half of it, and then take that half to go.” GIADA DE LAURENTIIS SAYS SHE HAS FOUND LOVE AGAIN AFTER PAINFUL DIVORCE “So I’m really only eating half of the main course,” she continued. “When I’m home, I can eat the way I want to because I’m cooking my own foods and know which ingredients are going into them. Also, snacks are important. In my bag, I always have almonds. Sometimes, I’ll even make popcorn and season it the way I want. The idea is to carry a snack that’s filling and portable. Fruit is great, but it can also get bruised easily in your bag or go bad. Nuts and popcorn are much easier to carry around.” De Laurentiis also gave advice on how to make hearty Italian dishes healthier without compromising on taste. Giada De Laurentiis attends Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival Presented by Capital One Grand Tasting presented by ShopRite featuring Culinary Demonstrations presented by Capital One at Pier 94 on October 13, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for NYCWFF) (Getty Images for NYCWFF) “There are certain dishes that can be made healthier and then there are those you just can’t,” she said. “Let’s take chicken fingers. With baking, you’ll still get that same texture (as frying) with high heat, about 400-425 degrees. I also do mac and cheese with brown pasta instead of white and go light on the cheese. GIADA DE LAURENTIIS SAYS SHE'D CONSIDER REMARRYING, DEPENDING ON WHO DOES THE PROPOSING “Using a lot of fresh herbs in your food also adds a lot of flavor without extra fat. I love lemon zest because it brightens up your dishes and adds enough flavor that you don’t need salt. I also try not to fry by instead grilling or baking in the oven. I make my eggplant parm by grilling it in a grill pan instead of frying. It takes away a bunch of calories without compromising the flavor.”
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