Daily Archive: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Tad Cummins slept with teen student, his wife says

The wife of the former Tennessee teacher who was discovered last week in a rural cabin after over a month on the run with his 15-year-old student, said that he told her that he slept with the teen. Jill Cummins spoke out about 50-year-old Tad Cummins‘ alleged relationship with Elizabeth Thomas in an exclusive interview

NATO convoy targeted in Kabul suicide bombing, at least 8 dead

KABUL, Afghanistan — At least eight civilians were killed early Wednesday in a suicide attack against a military convoy, which was near the U.S. embassy and NATO compound in Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Navy Capt. William K. Salvin, spokesman for the U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, said a coalition convoy was targeted by an improvised explosive device at about 8

What airlines don’t want you to know

Your rights are buried in regulations or contracts. Congress could do something about that. Protest in Chicago on April 11, 2017.(Photo: Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune, via AP) Nothing is more upsetting to the airline industry than customers who know their rights. Every time Congress or federal officials press to provide more accessible information to fliers,