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‘Guilt-trip’ restaurant sign sparks debate over tipping in the US

A restaurant sign which some said was an attempt to “guilt trip” customers to tip more has gone viral after being shared on Reddit.Posted to the thread r/MurderedByWords, Redditor u/mialunalight shared the restaurant flyer that said the following:“Servers make state minimum wage which is only $5.65/hr, most of which is taken away in taxes! They rely on your tips to make a living! When you don’t leave a tip, they would have served you for the duration of your meal for nothing! Take care of those who took care of you!”But the Reddit poster said: “The server wage is bad enough as it...

Delays continue for 2nd day on Southwest Airlines due to system outages

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Southwest Airlines is experiencing major delays Tuesday aftertwo consecutive days of system outages. Tuesday morning, Southwest Airlines tweeted that it is "aware of system issues and are working quickly to resolve." This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the same content in...

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Star Laganja Estranja Comes Out as Transgender

RuPaul's Drag Race alum, Laganja Estranja, has come out as transgender. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Estranja shared that she's starting a new chapter in her life as an out and proud trans woman. "There are so many other women around me who've inspired me to come forward today,...
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Biden's attorney general can't let Trump-era abuses of powers go. Here's what he should do.

Like a multi-car pileup on the expressway, the effects of Donald Trump’s abuses of office keep being felt long after the initial bad act. And it is tempting to shrug off each new revelation given that he is out of office — but that temptation must be rejected, as the recent revelations of his administration’s clandestine surveillance of journalists and political rivals both ranks among Trump’s most egregious offenses and has far-reaching implications for American democracy.
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Crayfish take more risks while on antidepressants, study shows

Crayfish exposed to antidepressants via contaminated water behave more "boldly," emerging from hiding quicker and spending longer looking for food, a study said Tuesday. The crayfish that were exposed to antidepressants emerged from their shelters earlier and spent a longer time looking for food, but they avoided the side of the maze signaling another crayfish, indicating they weren't looking for confrontation.
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Erika Jayne’s lawyers drop her after Hulu documentary

Erika Jayne is in a pretty mess now. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 49, was dropped by her lawyers following the release of a new Hulu documentary, “The Housewife and the Hustler,” per court documents obtained by Page Six on Tuesday. Dinsmore & Shohl LLP filed paperwork to...