Maurer started working at McDonald’s in 1973 and has been a fixture behind the counter at several locations in the area ever since.
An airline spokesman said that the girls were traveling under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code. The move sparked a wave of online criticism against United. Comedian Sarah Silverman tweeted that she would change her United flight bookings to other airlines for a tour next month because of the leggings issue.
Mattel will also be on TV starting April 7 on ABC, showing its search for the next big toy idea in a competition show called “The Toy Box.” Chief Operating Officer Richard Dickson says Mattel is making the winning toy now, and it will go on sale at Toys R Us stores after the series ends May 19.
Hannity fired back on Twitter alleging that his interview had been cut significantly from 45 minutes to less than two. The Fox news host said he provided many examples of media bias in the cut footage and challenged the network to air the full segment.
The large, nearly square oil painting returned to its home at Florence’s Uffizi Gallery for a special exhibit starting Tuesday and running through September.
The New Zealand Herald reports Adele told the audience during Sunday night’s show in Auckland that “touring isn’t something I’m good at” and she doesn’t know if she “will ever tour again.” The concert was Adele’s last one before she formally finishes the tour in her hometown of London with four sold-out dates at Wembley Stadium this summer.
Series creator Ryan Murphy told Bravo’s Andy Cohen last month that the seventh season of the FX drama would be focused on the presidential election and mentioned the possibility of a Trump character.
Spokesman Stefen Petersen said thieves apparently entered through a window about 3:30 a.m. Monday, broke into a cabinet where the “Big Maple Leaf” coin was kept, and escaped with it before police arrived.
Robert Stanley, a wildly accomplished aviator and engineer who pioneered several flight innovations — including the ejector seat — is one of the focuses of the newest exhibit at the Aurora History Museum, entitled “From Manufacturing to Marketplace: Innovation at Stanley Aviation.”