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Infamous Covington Catholic school student gives his side on "Today"

Nick Sandmann speaks about that day now immortalized on video.

It what might be the most polarizing event open to interpretation of 2019; a stand-off between a Catholic high schooler in a MAGA hat and a Native American man that took place on the Lincoln Memorial steps continues to divide opinions. But at least for the student, he got to tell his side on the Today show this past Wednesday. 

Shopper takes home big prize for "Hillcrest for the Holidays"

She took home the grand prize just for shopping locally during the holidays.

One lucky person who shopped locally for the holidays received some extra cheer in the form of a grand prize after she entered the annual Shop Hillcrest for the Holidays. 

Every year shoppers take advantage of Hillcrest's unique shops and restaurants and while doing so enter to win a shopping spree. 

Trans woman speaks about her behavior at GameStop: "I wouldn't change a single thing."

Tiffany Moore speaks about her GameStop outburst.

The Albuquerque woman who was filmed yelling at a GameStop employee during the holidays has come forward to explain her behavior. 

Tiffany Moore was trying to return a video game to the electronics franchise, but the employee behind the counter kept misgendering her after she told him several times of her preferred pronoun. 

New Gillette ad has polarized its customer base

Gillette ad has divided their customers.

For over a century Gillette has offered men (and later women) their popular razors for grooming but in a new advertisement they address the #Metoo movement and toxic masculinity and some people are not happy. 

Replacing their slogan, "The best a man can get," with a new one: "The best men can be," seems to have left longtime customers scratching their chins.

Hillcrest T-Mobile store robbed

The phones which can't be activated may be sold online.

Two San Diego T-Mobile stores were robbed during operating hours on Tuesday, the thieves making off with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. 

San Diego Police say the first incident happened at about 6:45 pm at the T-Mobile store located in Rolando at 5807 University Avenue. 

Alaskan women's shelter denies trans folks and they want to keep it that way

Anchorage, Alaska has anti-discrimination laws in place that protect people based on orientation and gender identity, but one faith-based women's homeless shelter has refused a trans woman entrance to their facility and is suing the city to keep it that way.