Two-thirds of Americans don't like Trump's Twitter habit, poll finds
President Trump loves Twitter. We knew this well before he kicked off his presidential campaign. Now that he's commander in chief, it seems Americans might not approve of the habit. An ABC News/Washington Post poll released Monday found 67% of Americans don't like how Trump uses Twitter. Among the words commonly associated with his tweets: "inappropriate," "insulting" and "dangerous." The survey also found that 68% did not think the president was a positive role model for young people. The poll comes as the six-month mark of Trump's presidency approaches this week. Writes USA TODAY's Susan Page: The time for a turnaround is tightening, as Trump's crucial first year in office reaches its midpoint.
Minneapolis police killed an Australian woman known for being a 'spiritual healer'
Authorities were still investigating Monday what led a Minneapolis police officer to fatally shoot an Australian bride-to-be. The woman, identified by the Star Tribune as Justine Damond, 40, was killed Saturday night after two officers responded to a 911 call. Officials said that police body cameras were not on at the time. The camera in the officers' squad car also was not recording. Neighbors said the Sydney woman who was killed was a "spiritual healer" who led meditation sessions with dozens of others in Minneapolis.
Ann Coulter picked a Twitter fight with Delta. The airline hit back
This might be the rare time social media users are rooting for the airline. Delta smacked back after conservative pundit Ann Coulter went on a tirade over a seat assignment, angry after the airline switched her seat on a flight from New York to Florida over the weekend. Delta offered an apology and a $30 refund for pre-booking the seat. The airline then went on to slam Coulter for her "unacceptable" insults against employees and customers. Amid the venom, cue 'Snakes on a Plane' jokes a-plenty.
'Game of Thrones' is back … with Ed Sheeran?
Pretty sure we can pinpoint the next death that fans want to see on HBO's Game of Thrones — which returned Sunday with the premiere of Season 7. Nope, the victim won't be anyone with the last name Lannister or Stark, but the character played by singer Ed Sheeran, who made a surprise cameo appearance. Some fans liked him, while most others were having none of it. On the bright side, based on the early reviews, fans are thrilled winter is finally here. P.S.: Sign up for USA TODAY's newsletter, Postcards From Westeros, which lands every Monday.
We'll end with this horrifying tale of why you should get your eyes checked
A 67-year-old woman in the United Kingdom was having some pain in her eye but figured it was from dryness and old age. Turns out it she had 27 contact lenses in her eye. Doctors discovered a "bluish mass" in her eye ahead of her having cataract surgery. Before you freak out, this situation is "extremely rare," so keep wearing those contacts. Just don't skip your eye doctor appointments.
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