- PoliticsThe Independent
'I'm in charge of the Hatch Act': Trump lashes out at chief of staff over potential ethics violations, report says
Donald Trump reportedly told a room of his top aides that he is in charge of the Hatch Act, when warned by his chief of staff that bringing his cabinet members to a campaign rally could violate ethics rules.The comment, reported in a new Wall Street Journal article, illustrates the degree to which Mr Trump believes his administration does not have to worry about the rule, which was passed a century ago with the intention of warding off political activity by government employees.
- Entertainment People
Matt Lauer Seen in the Hamptons After Being Accused of Raping NBC News Colleague
- Celebrity The Telegraph
The Duchess of Sussex has arrived at her first public engagement since she laid bare her unhappiness at life in the media spotlight, as she attended a young summit in London. The Duchess, wearing a purple dress, attended the One Young World Summit Opening Ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall. She was all smiles as she stepped out of her chauffeur-driven car and strode over to greet Ian McCullough, president of the Royal Albert Hall, and One Young World’s managing director Ella Robertson, whom she kissed on each cheek. There was confusion, however, when she arrived: the royal motorcade went the wrong way and had to turn around and come back in again to get her to the correct entrance. The One Young World Summit is a global forum for young leaders, bringing together 2,000 young people from over 190 countries around the world. The Duchess has been involved with the organisation since 2014 when she attended its summit in Dublin and agreed to become a counsellor, acting as a role model and adviser for young people. She had used her role in the youth group to advocate for women’s rights and the role men can play in creating equality. One Young World’s mission is to create the next generation of more responsible and effective leaders The Duchess is also Vice-President of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, which is partnering with One Young World this year to bring 53 young leaders from across the Commonwealth to attend the summit in London.
- Sports ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
With the Patriots leading 33-0 in the fourth quarter on Monday night, they took a delay of game penalty with their punt team on the field. After the Jets declined the penalty, the clock started again, and the Patriots' punt team waited until they were about to get another delay of game, then false started. [more]
- Lifestyle Good Morning America
One teenage girl has totally nailed a costume portraying a "tired mom" for Halloween. Jillian Schnerch, 13, created the look with the help of her mom, Lindsay Hartsock. Photos of Jillian in costume has garnered over 65,000 shares on the family's photography page, The Hartsocks' Photography.
- Health USA TODAY
Jillian Michaels published an article in Women's Health Magazine where she suggests people eat one snack a day and fast for 12 hours.
- Politics HuffPost
The former Bush administration official wonders what the secretary of state is hiding.