Alligator Drags Toddler Into Lagoon At Disney Hotel, Police Say:
A search is on to find a 2-year-old boy who was attacked by an alligator and dragged into a lagoon at a Disney hotel near Orlando.
The child was “wading just in the water along the lake’s edge at the time that the alligator attacked,” Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.
“The father actually went into the water to wrestle his son from the grips of the alligator,” he said. The father suffered minor scratches on his hand, but was unsuccessful in getting his son back.
Witness: Orlando Shooter Laughed During Rampage:
Norman Casiano crawled into a bathroom and wedged himself into a stall, crammed with at least a dozen people. They were hiding, crying and saying prayers under their breath.
Gunfire replaced the blaring music. Glass shattered.People screamed. The acrid smell of gunpowder filled the air.
“Please don’t let this be where I go,” Casiano prayed.
Casiano froze, certain the gunman was inches away. A figure loomed outside the stall door.
The shots sounded louder. They were getting closer. A man outside the stall collapsed in a pool of his own blood.
Casiano heard a laugh. The sound of “pure evil,” he said. “It didn’t sound like a person.
Kellogg Recalls Snacks In Peanut Scare:
Kellogg Co. joined competitors on Tuesday in recalling a variety of cookies and brownies because of fears of peanut-residue contamination with no warning on the label.
The company stressed it was a voluntary and precautionary recall for products associated with a flour mill in Georgia.
“While consumers with severe peanut allergies should avoid the recalled products, the FDA has stated that the amount of peanut exposure from the flour is low and not expected to cause adverse health effects in the vast majority of peanut allergic consumers,” said the company, based in Battle Creek, Michigan. “The company has received no reports of related illness to date.”
The company released a list of recalled treats from its Keebler, Famous Amos, Kellogg’s Special K, Mother’s and Murray lines.
Obama: My Daughters ‘Think It’s Weird’ No Female President Yet:
President Barack Obama may have canceled his first campaign appearance with Hillary Clinton, but he’s not avoiding touting her history-making campaign.
Speaking at a White House-sponsored forum on women’s issues Tuesday, Obama hailed Clinton as the first female presumptive nominee of a major U.S. political party, proclaiming she had “raised the expectations of our sons and daughters of what is possible.”
And he declared himself an unabashed promoter of women’s rights.