Student sees scared first grader walking home alone, tells mom: ‘Stop the car. I’m going to walk with her.’

A scared first-grader in Clermont County, Ohio, had to walk a mile home alone after apparent confusion on the first day of school. The 6-year-old girl attends Summerside Elementary in the West Clermont School District. Luckily, a young good Samaritan helped get her home safe, under the watchful eye of her very proud mother. Stephanie Rogers said she was driving her daughter Skyler Smith after school Wednesday. They knew something was wrong when they saw the first-grader walking home by herself. — WCPO

Trump says he loves daughter Tiffany after aide claims he 'avoids being pictured with her'

President Donald Trump told reporters on Friday night that he loves his daughter Tiffany, denying reported claims by a close aide that he perceived her to be insufficiently slim and avoided being photographed with her. Madeleine Westerhout, his personal assistant, was forced to resign earlier in the day after Politico reported she had made the unflattering claims over a boozy dinner with reporters. “She’s going to be calling me when we get to Camp David,” Trump said of his daughter by second wife Marla Maples, as he spoke to reporters before leaving for the presidential retreat. — The Telegraph

Teen broke dress code with T-shirt slogan: 'Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you can just be quiet?'

A T-shirt slogan that read, “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you can just be quiet?” got a 13-year-old girl in trouble at school. Renee Williams of Indiana posted on Facebook that her daughter got in-house suspension on Wednesday at Highland Hills Middle School for wearing the $20 item. “I am beyond upset by the events that happened today,” she wrote, describing how the girl was called out twice for her outfit. “... We are disappointed in the way she was singled out and treated.” Williams tells Yahoo Lifestyle that on Friday, her daughter was flagged down after gym class and brought into the principal’s office, after a teacher noticed her shirt. According to her daughter, the principal felt the words “sex” and “homo” were too eye-catching. — Yahoo! Lifestyle

CNN fails to bleep out Beto's F-bomb during gun control rant following shooting

CNN failed to bleep out an F-bomb dropped by 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke on Sunday after he became frustrated with what he sees as America's lack of action on gun control following Saturday's mass shooting in his home state of Texas. O'Rourke appeared on "State of the Union" to discuss the shooting rampage that occurred in West Texas, which left seven dead, and 19 injured. The male suspect, who reportedly was in his 30s, was shot and killed by police. "We're averaging about 300 mass shootings a year, no other country comes close -- so yes, this is (expletive) up," he told CNN. "And if we don't call it out for what it is... then we will continue to have this kind of bloodshed in America." — Fox News

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