Ann Coulter won’t quit with her Twitter battle with Delta.


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@elisefoley, tweeting after Delta Air Lines changed Ann Coulter’s pre-selected seat, setting off a Twitter tirade from the conservative pundit. Delta said it would refund Coulter the extra $30 she paid for the seat, and tweeted that her insults about its customers and employees were “unacceptable.” Coulter was unmoved, responding that Delta cost her $10,000 worth of her time.

Disney villains coming to a Post Office near you.


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“They have Disney villain stamps… I don’t even send anything in the mail and I need them.”

@CassandraSiegel, tweeting about some exciting news for Disney enthusiasts and stamp collectors: The U.S. Postal Service has released Disney villain stamps. The new stamps, unveiled at Disney’s D23 Expo and available now, celebrate the work of Disney Studios’ Ink and Paint Department. They feature 10 favorite villains, including Maleficent from “Sleeping Beauty,” Ursula from “The Little Mermaid” and Scar from “The Lion King.”

Shaq challenges LaVar Ball to a game.


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“I’m in tears. Lmao this is why Shaq is my favorite player of all time. Can’t measure up to big fella.”

rj___6, commenting on Shaquille O’Neal’s Instagram video challenging LaVar Ball to a basketball game. Ball, the father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, has said he could beat Michael Jordan. Shaq challenged LaVar in a video of himself lip-syncing Carrie Underwood’s song “Blown Away” while wearing a blonde wig.

Check out the new emojis.

@cwarzel, commenting on the new batch of emojis announced by Apple on Monday, World Emoji Day. The new cast includes an exploding head (shown above), a vomiting face, a zombie and more everyday emoticons, such as a breast-feeding mother, a yoga dude and a woman wearing a hijab. The emojis will be available on iPhones in the coming months.