- Politics Business Insider
The Trump administration reportedly paid a PR firm more than $2 million to get a top healthcare official on 'Power Women' lists and magazine covers
Seema Verma, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services chief, has been criticized for her agency's use of pricey communications consultants.
- Politics HuffPost
The way this reporter intently drained a large coffee in the background of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's testimony really resonated with viewers.
- Politics The Independent
Fiona Hill put out fire in her hair with her hands before finishing test, Trump impeachment inquiry hears
A witness in the impeachment probe has told Congress that when she was a schoolgirl her pigtails were set on fire by a boy during an exam - and that she put the flames out herself before finishing.British-born Fiona Hill was asked about the incident while giving evidence to members of the House Intelligence Committee after it was raised by Democrat Jackie Speier.
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Jason Momoa protected Emilia Clarke during gratuitous sex scenes: "He was like, 'No, sweetie, this isn't okay'"
'He took care of me in an environment, I didn't know I need to be taken care of ... He was so kind and considerate and cared about me as a human being.'
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Antonio Brown played only one game for the Patriots, catching four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown. Owner Robert Kraft reportedly made the decision to cut Brown on Sept. 20, and Tom Brady disagreed. Brown had his interview with the NFL last Thursday in South Florida and PFT reported earlier this week that there [more]
- Entertainment The Wrap
Here’s some fuel for wrestling fans’ “Wednesday Night Wars” fire: USA Network’s “NXT” overtook direct competitor “All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite” on TNT in total viewers last night for the first time ever.On Wednesday, “NXT” scored 916,000 overall sets of eyeballs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. That was 23,000 more cable TV viewers than the AEW series (893,000) got, according to Live + Same Day data from Nielsen.Among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic, “NXT” still came in behind “Dynamite,” with the USA program drawing 393,000 viewers and the younger-skewing TNT show posting 505,000. But that key demo stat for “NXT” was +23% over last week’s comparable number and the best the show has seen since Oct. 2. Meanwhile, AEW’s program is down -9% in the demo versus last Wednesday.Also Read: USA Network's 'NXT' Climbs in Ratings With WWE Invasion Angle, Finishes 9,000 Viewers Shy of AEWTheWrap had the pleasure of breaking the good news to NXT Champion Adam Cole Thursday, the day after he won a ladder match during the episode that put up those impressive numbers for “NXT.” Though Cole said he doesn’t “focus too much on the ratings,” the champ acknowledged that “Winning is cool.”“We’re just mainly focused on trying to put on a really exciting, cool show. And last night’s show was just an absolute blast, with the guys from ‘Raw,’ the guys from ‘SmackDown,’ the matches that happened. It was just a really, really cool night and so I’m glad so many people enjoyed it.”Earlier this month, “NXT” came close to matching AEW’s numbers, drawing 813,000 total viewers for its Nov. 6 show, 384,000 of which came from the 18-49 range. “AEW: Dynamite” drew 822,000 total viewers, 450,000 of which came from the main demo.Also Read: Wrestler Super ACH, Formerly Jordan Myles, Says He 'F-ing Quit' WWE: 'I Refuse to Work for Racists'Wednesday’s “NXT” episode had a heavy dose of “Raw” and “SmackDown” talent joining the fray ahead of Sunday’s “Survivor Series” pay-per-view. Becky Lynch was there, as was Seth Rollins, Ricochet, Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura, to name a few.More to come…Read original story ‘NXT’ on USA Network Tops TNT’s AEW Series in Viewers for the First Time Ever At TheWrap