Diplomats rapper, Juelz Santana ran out of the Newark Airport on Friday after a gun was found in his bag.
According to officials, the .38-caliber handgun was seen as the bag passed through the x-ray at a security checkpoint. At that point Santana ran from the terminal. They believe he may have jumped in a cab.
Back in 2011, he was arrested when cops found handguns, drugs and ammunition in his New Jersey recording studio.
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels is ready to come forward with the details behind her relationship with President Donald Trump. Daniels claims her and Trump had an affair in 2006, a year into his marriage with Melania Trump.
Daniels filed a lawsuit against Trump this week to void the nondisclosure agreement she signed in 2016 right before Trump started his presidential campaign. Trumps personal attorney, Michael Cohen says he was the one who wanted Daniels to sign agreement, for Trump’s safety. Adding that Trump knew nothing about the agreement, and that the money given to Daniels in exchange for her silence, came from his personal funds.
In the agreement, Stormy was unnamed, and Trump was given the alias David Dennison. Since Trump did not sign the agreement, Stormy’s attorney says the agreement is void.
Trump is, of course, denying the allegations.
“I am confident that when those evidence, or when that evidence and those facts come to light, the American people are going to conclude that attorney Cohen and the White House have not shot straight with them on this issue,” said Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti.
For those who miss doctors appointments due to not having a ride, Uber and Lyft are here to help!
Uber has just announced the launch of Uber Health, a system that will allow health-care providers to schedule rides for patients. Over the past few years, Lyft has partnered with hospital systems, health insurers and medical transport services to help patients get to doctor appointments.
Whether this idea will help out with the “appointment no-show” issue in the medical field or not, is still up in the air, but the idea is definitely a good one!
The target groups are the elderly, low income patients and people who NEED to make it to doctor appointment for things such as cancer treatment and dialysis. One issue noticed by Uber is that some people may not even have smartphones to use the service, leading them to use text messages, printouts or even phone calls to notify customers of their ride. They found that a paper-based communication was the best form, “circle the make, model, license plate number [of the ride].”
Patients with Medicaid can use transportation benefits that can be used for the services. While other medical providers simply pay drivers with their own money.