Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Spier said Friday the “rumor on the Hill” is that President Donald Trump intends to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller next week when Congress is gone for the holidays. Should Trump go through with the unconfirmed rumor, Spier said an “effort” for impeachment would follow.
A former “Today” staffer has come forward to describe what she called a consensual affair with then-host Matt Lauer in 2000.
Actress Alyssa Milano taught a master class on the problems of sexual misconduct Friday night.
December 15th is the one-year anniversary of Craig Sager’s death. Former ESPN reporter Britt McHenry entered the national consciousness nearly two years ago when she was caught on tape berating the attendant at a towing company and repeatedly touting her national television resume. Since then, McHenry has been laid off by ESPN and reinvented herself as a carbon copy Fox News television personality.
By late 1944, Allied forces had pushed Nazi Germany back in much of Europe, retaking Paris and Rome. US Army intelligence determined that the thick evergreen forest of the Ardennes in Belgium would be a good place to rest and reorganize combat units, as enemy forces in the area were largely low-quality troops. On the morning of December 16, 1944, more than 200,000 German troops and almost 1,000 tanks drove into the Ardennes across an 85-mile stretch of the front line, running from southern Belgium to the middle of Luxembourg. Stories abound of German paratroopers dropping behind the lines, of English-speaking Nazi troops impersonating Americans, and of massacres of American prisoners of war at Malmedy.
The 94-year-old woman and her hair stylist had been friends for 20 years. Such good friends, in fact, that when the Tucson, Ariz. woman’s husband died in 2011, hair stylist Supranom “Addy” Klos was given power of attorney, according to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. But then, in 2014, money started to disappear from the 94-year-old’s life savings. Eventually nearly all of the woman’s savings - some $300,000 - had vanished, prosecutors said. And it was Klos who was stealing it. It took Klos only months to gamble away nearly all of her friend and client’s life savings, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said. And it took an Arizona jury only about two hours to find Klos guilty, convicting