In a new surveillance video released by police, Kenneka Jenkins appears to walk into a Crowne Plaza kitchen, but is not seen walking into the freezer where her body was reportedly found. The footage shows Jenkins walking through the hotel with “unidentified people” around 1:13 a.m. in “steady” condition, reports CNN. But later footage shows her impaired and struggling to walk before heading into the kitchen and walking out of camera’s view around 3:32 a.m. A total of 36 hours of surveillance footage have been released to the public.
Sean Spicer appeared at Sunday night’s Emmys and left a bad taste in everyone’s mouths. As CNN aptly put it, the ex-White House press secretary attempted to patch up his “battered image” at the end of Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue. Spicer—who was also reportedly offered a slot on Dancing with the Stars before turning it down—walked on stage with a rolling podium before announcing to the crowd: “This will be the largest audience to witness the Emmys, period—both in person and around the world!” This isn’t the first TV appearance he’s made in the last week. Just a few nights ago, Spicer could be seen on Jimmy Kimmel defending 45 with a straight face. Again. Welcome to Trump’s America.
The UK’s terrorist threat level has been lowered to “severe” after being raised to the highest level following Friday morning’s subway attack. On Saturday morning, an 18-year-old suspect was arrested in connection with the attack, with a second suspect being detained in Hounslow, West London on Saturday evening. Of the 30 people injured, one is still being treated in the hospital. Another attack is reportedly still highly likely.