- Sports Yahoo Sports
Toledo will also be without defensive end Terrance Taylor for at least the first half of next week's game after made an egregious hit.
- Celebrity AOL.com
Peter Cook, 60, said that his fiancée, Alba Jancou, was 21 when he announced their engagement, but a new report suggests she's even younger.
- Health Business Insider
A troubling new study shows that legalizing marijuana is linked with an increase in problematic pot use among teens
Recreational marijuana is legal in 11 states, and some Democratic presidential candidates have said the drug should become legal nationwide.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
Jennifer Lopez Says She Was Asked to Take Her Top Off During a Costume Fitting: 'I Stood Up for Myself'
'I remember being so panicked in the moment.'
- Politics The Daily Beast
During the first recess in Wednesday’s public impeachment hearing, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace noted that top Ukraine diplomat Bill Taylor was a “very impressive witness” and that his testimony was “very damaging” to President Donald Trump.In his lengthy opening statement on Wednesday, Taylor revealed for the first time that Trump’s interest in Ukraine investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and his son went even further than originally known. According to Taylor, U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland called Trump from Ukraine and the president pressed him on “the investigations.” Following the call, Sondland told a Taylor staffer that Trump “cares more about the investigations of Biden” than Ukraine.“Well, as somebody who has covered a lot of trials, and I know Judge [Kenneth] Starr has probably been on a lot more than I have, when you listen to direct examination and the prosecutor for-is talking to the plaintiff and the plaintiff is getting a chance to tell his story, it usually is pretty devastating,” Wallace said during Fox News’ hearing coverage. “And then when you get cross-examination by the defense attorney, sometimes it turns out not to be quite as effective.”Noting that observers had yet to hear from the Republicans or their minority counsel, Wallace emphasized how compelling Taylor’s testimony was. “Having said that, I think that William Taylor was a very impressive witness and was very damaging to the president,” the anchor declared.Wallace further said that it helped that Taylor had kept copious notes throughout and that he “has a voice like Edward R. Murrow,” adding that the ambassador was a “pretty impressive presence” and “very nonpolitical.”Starr, who was also on the panel, agreed with Wallace that Taylor was impressive but claimed that all of his testimony was “hearsay” and wouldn’t be admissible in a court of law. After Starr noted that military aid to Ukraine was eventually released on Sept. 11, suggesting that this meant there was no quid pro quo tied to Ukrainian investigations, Wallace offered a counterpoint.“Can I just say as a point? It was released two days after the whistleblower complaint went to the Intelligence Committee,” the Fox News Sunday host retorted.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
- Politics HuffPost
After Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) called on the whistleblower to testify before the House Intelligence committee to hear from the person who “started it all,” Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) says the person who actually started it all is President Trump.