- Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
'Crazy Rich Asians' Director Responds to Brenda Song Saying She Was Told She Wasn't 'Asian Enough' to Audition
Jon M. Chu says that he would never make those comments about the actress.
- U.S. Variety
In the most surprising turn yet in a case stuffed with bizarre plot twists, internationally famous property developer Mohamed Hadid -- the Rolls Royce-driving father of top model-influencers Bella and Gigi Hadid -- doesn't have the money to tear down his partially-built Bel Air mansion, according to his attorney Bruce Rudman. The revelation comes just […]
- Politics The Independent
Trump news - live: Republicans forced to pause impeachment hearing after bombshell evidence on president from key witness Sondland triggers panic
Donald Trump has lashed out at his Democratic opponents conducting the House impeachment inquiry, mocked key witnesses giving testimony for their sartorial choices and denied that the onset of a heart attack was what prompted his sudden trip to hospital on Saturday.“These people are sick. They’re sick. And the press really in this country is dangerous. We don’t have freedom of the press in this country. We have the opposite. We have a very corrupt media,” the president ranted from the Cabinet Room of the White House.
- U.S. National Review
A lawyer for Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman sent a letter to Fox News on Wednesday demanding the network either retract or issue a correction for a segment of the The Ingraham Angle, in which guest John Yoo, a former top lawyer in the Bush administration, seemed to suggest that Vindman might be guilty of espionage.Vindman, who listened to the July 25 phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky that forms part of the impeachment probe, testified in House hearings on Tuesday regarding the matter. Vindman is a long-serving military officer whose family fled Soviet Ukraine when he was three years old.During the October 28 airing of "The Ingraham Angle," host Laura Ingraham speculated on Vindman's motives for testifying."Here we have a U.S. national security official who is advising Ukraine, while working inside the White House, apparently against the president’s interest," Ingraham said. "Isn’t that kind of an interesting angle on this story?""I found that astounding,” Yoo responded. "Some people might call that espionage.""LTC Vindman and his family have been forced to examine options, including potentially moving onto a military base, in order to ensure their physical security in the face of threats rooted in the falsehood that Fox News originated," Vindman's lawyer David Pressman wrote.Pressman noted that espionage is a crime punishable by death, and that Vindman "had never in his decorated 20-year career of service to his country been accused of having dual loyalties or committing espionage."A spokeswoman for Fox News said she had no immediate comment when asked by the New York Times.Yoo wrote an op-ed in USA Today after the segment aired in which he clarified that he meant Ukraine may have committed an espionage operation, but that he didn't accuse Vindman specifically of espionage.Pressman wrote in his letter that "Mr. Yoo’s argument that he did not intend to accuse LTC of Vindman of ‘espionage’ - that he was accusing the nation of Ukraine instead - is as legally irrelevant as it is factually incredible."
- Celebrity People
Queen Elizabeth Outing After Prince Andrew Quits Royal Duties