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Pennsylvania School Employee Charged With Assault For Choking Student

An employee of Rankin Promise School in Pennsylvania is under fire for assaulting a student by grabbing him by the neck, lifting him up and dragging him down a hallway.

According to CBS, 50-year-old Joseph Golden will go on trial for simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

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Serena Williams Says Her Pregnancy Post Wasn’t Meant To Be Public

When Serena Williams announced her pregnancy to the world via a social media post, she actually meant to share it privately amongst her closest friends and then make a public announcement later. Whoops.

While participating in a TED Talks conference in Vancouver yesterday (April 25), the soon to be married tennis star told Gayle King “On social media, you press the wrong button and thirty minutes later I missed four calls and I’m like ‘That’s weird.’”

A simple mistake that has led to many a private message being posted publicly.

At the end of the day her fans are ecstatic for her and haters would’ve came out the woodworks eventually anyway.

Luckily long hair don’t care.


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Barack Obama Makes First Public Appearance Since Leaving Office "What's Been Going On While I've Been Gone?"

Former President Barack Obama on Monday kicked off his first public appearance since leaving office by jokingly asking if he’s missed anything important. After three months off, Obama broke his silence in his adopted hometown of Chicago, speaking to high school and college students about the need for greater civic engagement. Posted By Persist

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Oklahoma QB Chris Robison arrested for public intoxication

After completing his first spring game 12 hours prior, Oklahoma early enrollee quarterback Chris Robison was arrested early Sunday for public intoxication, according to Brooke Pryor of The Oklahoman.

Robison, 18, was booked at 3:33 a.m. local time after he'd completed three of five passes for 49 yards Saturday afternoon.

In a separate incident, walk-on defensive back Ronnie LaRue, 21, was also arrested for public intoxication.

“We are aware of the situations and they will be addressed internally,” an Oklahoma spokesman said.

Robison was a four-star recruit and ranked 266th overall in the 2017 recruiting class.

He is the second Sooners quarterback to be arrested this offseason, as Heisman candidate Baker Mayfield was charged with misdemeanor public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and fleeing and resisting arrest.

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Oklahoma’s Mayfield pleads not guilty to public intoxication charge

An attorney representing Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield entered a plea of not guilty Friday regarding his misdemeanor charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and fleeing and resisting arrest, according to Cody Stavenhagen of The Tulsa World, citing the Fayetteville District Court.

A court date for Mayfield has yet to be determined, according to Stavenhagen.

The two-time Heisman Trophy finalist was involved in an incident on Feb. 25 in which he was reported as “yelling profanities and causing a scene,” and later “began to sprint away” from a police officer who had requested him to stop.

Related: Baker Mayfield charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct

Mayfield issued a lengthy apology via Twitter three days later, apologizing for his actions and saying “I am sorry for not being the leader you know I am.”

Mayfield enjoyed the best passing season of his career last season, completing 71 percent of his passes for 3,965 yards and 40 touchdowns with just eight interceptions.

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Chance The Rapper Raises Another $1M For Chicago Public Schools

Chance The Rapper is backing up his talk with cold hard cash.

Just weeks after he donated $ 1 million to the Chicago Public School system for arts and after school program funding, he has now come up with another millie thanks to some rich friends and the Chicago Bulls.

On Friday afternoon Chance held another press conference where he presented yet another million dollar check to the troubled institution. He also announced that he was starting his own after school program, the New Chance Arts And Literature Fund.

“As an artist and an after school teacher, I know the arts are essential,” Chance said to those in attendance at Robeson High School. “To ensure that more students have more access, I am excited to announce the creation of the New Chance Arts and Literacy Fund. The fund will bring arts program and materials to schools that have experienced a decrease in five-year graduation rates, experienced budget cuts and lack of text books, and are without music or arts programs.”

Ever since he met with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner, Chance has vowed to help the CPS since the government won’t. Now with the Bulls and people like Justin Bieber, Common and more joining the charge, it looks like Chance is about to show them how to do this, son.

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