House security panel grills TSA chief over exec bonuses, delays at U.S. airports WASHINGTON, May 25 (UPI) -- Facing questions over lofty cash bonuses given to agency executives and long lines at airports nationwide at the start of the busy summer travel season, U.S. Transportation Security Administration Administrator Peter Neffe United Auto Workers union pledges endorsement to Hillary Clinton DETROIT, May 25 (UPI) -- One of the largest and best-known unions in the United States formally threw its muscle behind Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, saying the former State Department chief best represents its interests. The Int Woman Arrested for Domestic Violence While Wearing Very Ironic T-Shirt (Newser) - A social studies teacher from Maine was arrested on domestic violence charges last month-while wearing a "Stop Domestic Violence" T-shirt, the Bangor Daily News reports. Jezebel refers to this as the "bad kind of irony." Police say 38-year 11 States Sue Over Obama's Transgender Directive for Schools (Newser) - Texas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over its directive to US public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity, the AP reports. The lawsuit announced Wed 6-Month-Old Water Skis Across Lake (Newser) - A 6-month-old girl whose professional water-skier parents put her on junior-size water skis last week glided 686 feet across a man-made lake in what her parents say sets a youth record, the AP reports. Keith St. Onge said his daughter Zyla
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