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Starbucks barista loses it over unicorn frappuccino mania

Starbucks barista loses it over unicorn frappuccino mania

The Seattle-based company probably said it best in its tweet on Wednesday: "As rare as... a unicorn". Starbucks said in a statement Thursday that the popular reception of the drink has "exceeded everyone's expectations". Even if it is just so he'll stop the whole Snapchat-and-driving thing he's got going on. We're not the only ones who had to think hard about what we just tasted.


V.P. Mike Pence says USA will honor refugee deal with Australia

V.P. Mike Pence says USA will honor refugee deal with Australia

Trump's "reservations" was a "reflection of the enormous importance of the historical alliance between the United States and Australia". The deal was agreed to by former US President Barack Obama shortly before he left the White House. Previously, Trump and Turnbull shared a heated phone call about the refugee agreement in February. "Do you believe it?" The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia.



Suspect in shooting of Seattle officers is dead

Medics took them to Harborview Medical Center. One officer is in serious but stable condition. Officer Hudson Kang, 30, was seriously wounded in the shooting. He died of multiple gunshot wounds. A female officer, 42, was released. The male officer has worked for the Seattle Police Department for two years and the female officer has worked there for three years.



Pence says US will honor Obama-era refugee deal with Australia

Mr Pence told reporters he had reassured Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull that the USA would hold up its share of the agreement struck by the Obama administration, even if the United States did not "admire" the deal. "The eyes of the world are on Beijing", Mr Turnbull said. Meanwhile, Turnbull noted Trump's frustration with the deal, but commended the president for honoring it.



Bill O'Reilly to Return With New Podcast Monday

After allowing O'Reilly to continue appearing on the program, which was, apparently, a way of showing support to their talent, Fox News has recently announced that they are finally letting go of O'Reilly. show. "Tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims". Dozens of advertisers pulled their ads from the show, and the network announced after O'Reilly departed for a vacation that he would not return.



Serena Williams Snapchats selfie that suggests she is pregnant

And she opted out of the Indian Wells and Miami competitions in March, blaming the cancellations on a knee injury. She did not lose a set as she swept to her seventh singles title in Melbourne, defeating her older sister Venus Williams in the final.