In The News Today: Charlie Sheen Under Criminal Investigation, 140 Factory Employees Escape From ISIS, & More
140 employees escape ISIS during kidnapping in a factory in Syria. Employees for a cement factory in Reef Dimashq, Syria were believed to have been kidnapped when ISIS attacked their area. According to a report from the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights, as much as 170 are still being detained by the Islamic State.
Coalition forces kill two ISIS foreign fighters. According to the Pentagon, it has managed to kill “motivated” foreign fighters for ISIS. Abu Zubary al-Bosni was a Swedish national who had become a trusted member of cadre of foreign fighters. Meanwhile, Khalid Osman Timayare was a Swedish born fighter who had become the Islamic State’s deputy emir of the Anwar al-Awlaki Brigade.
According to Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Steve Warren, “Both of these strikes deprive ISIL of motivated foreign fighters who had displayed leadership aptitude.”
Tesla stands to make $14 billion from Model 3 in the first week. The Model 3 is having a remarkably profitable week. Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk has announced that his company received over 325,000 orders for the Model 3 in its first week. This means that with a price tag of about $42,000 per car, Tesla is looking at sales of nearly $14 billion should all orders go through. Meanwhile, Musk said that about 5 percent of the buyers ordered a maximum of two cars.
Model to pursue case against Trump model agency. Even after her case was thrown out in a U.S. court in New York, model Alexia Palmer is still pursuing her case against Trump Model Management LLC.
According to a report from Reuters, Palmer is accusing the company of defrauding her of as much as $225,000 in pay. This is because her work-visa application stated that she would receive a salary of $75,000 per year. Instead, Palmer claims she only earned $3,380 during the three years of her contract as the agency took 80 percent of her earnings.
Get ready to celebrate National Empanada Day! April 8 is National Empanada Day, and a number of restaurants in U.S. are getting ready to celebrate it with you. The Nuchas food truck in New York will be serving mini-empanadas. Meanwhile, Stella’s Empanada in New Jersey will give you a free Philly Cheeseteak Empanada for any order of a dozen empanadas. At the same time, buyers can ger free empanadas when they dine at The Tremont House in Galveston during National Empanada Day.
Charle Sheen under criminal investigation from the LAPD. Actor Charlie Sheen is now the subject of a criminal investigation due to threats he reportedly made against his ex-fiance, Scottine Rossi. According to a report from USA Today, the case is now being handled by the LAPD Threat Management unit.