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A street artist whose art is reportedly featured at the White House and Facebook headquarters insisted on Friday that a story he shared of coercing a massage therapist into performing oral sex on him was fabricated, Gawker reported.
37-year-old David Choe first told the story on his podcast, DVDASA, last month, as part of a segment he calls “erection quest,” involving a visit to a “white person” massage place involving a woman he called Rose, whom he described by saying “she’s half-black, half-white.
It was a very Good Friday for American Airlines contract workers who operate at LaGuardia Airport. The poorly-paid porters, cleaners and security guards were rejoicing a day after they received their promised raises to $9-an-hour in this week’s paychecks.
Kansas City StarBaucus casts wide shadow over Montana Senate raceKansas City StarHELENA, Mont. — Max Baucus' decision not to seek re-election to the Senate after 35 years opened the door for Republicans to pick up one of the six Democratic seats they need to recapture control of the Senate. But his early resignation after being named and more »
If anyone needs to hear another example of just how incredibly awful American journalism has become, look no further than this piece by Tal Kopan in Politico. I suppose this is what is thought to be "objective coverage" in modern journalism, in which the truth is irrelevant and the press is there only to act as a stenographer's megaphone rather than as an informer.